1st January 2014

Makar Sankranti, Lohri & Pongal

Lohri celebrates fertility and the spark of life. People gather round the bonfires, throw sweets, puffed rice and popcorn into the flames as an offering to […]
1st January 2014


Renunciation born of Divine Realisation, not born of frustration, not born of an escapist attitude, not born of defeatism, but born of an insight into the […]
1st January 2014


Holika wanted to kill Prahlad after the death of Hiranayakashyap. She had been granted a boon that fire would never hurt her. So she decided to […]
31st December 2013


In this sense, Diwali is a day of many blessings: It is the day when Kaikai’s wickedness, jealousy and greed accepted defeat and when Bharat’s love, […]
31st December 2013

Swami Chinmayananda's Jayanti & Mahasamadhi

You are aware of two most important aspects of Chinmaya Mission, namely, one’s own spiritual growth and positive contribution to society. Keeping this in view, in […]
31st December 2013


Let us first analyse why there is a need for these religious festivals. As we work everyday from morning until evening, we become tired and naturally […]
31st December 2013

Sri Ganapati – Vinayaka

These names clearly show that He is a Master of all circumstances and not even the divine forces can ever obstruct His path. Since He is […]
31st December 2013

Shri Krishna Janmashtami

In and through the clamour of the lower beastly gruntings in our bosom we surely hear very often the enchanting notes of a warbling music of […]
30th December 2013

His vision and mission

There are four people named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody and Nobody. They are bosom friends. An important project came up and Swamiji asked Everybody to do it […]