Why Do We Shout In Anger?

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A saint who was once visiting a river to take a bath found a group of family members on the banks, shouting in anger at each other. He turned to his disciples, smiled and asked.

‘Why do people in anger shout at each other?’

The disciples thought for a while, then one of them said, ‘Because we lose our calm, we shout.’

‘But, ...

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Krishna – Adorable Boss of the Blue

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By Swami Chinamayananda

This is a sacred day, dedicated to Lord Krishna. for centuries together, the story of Krishna has been repeated on this day. Krishna was born on this day in Mathura and we are inspired by the story year after year.  We must remember, when the great sage  Vyasa wrote about ...

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Pointers to Understanding People

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By Swami Kriyananda

A woman, some decades ago, traveled from London, England, to visit the saint Ramana Maharshi in India. She said to him, “I’ve come a long way to see you!”  His startling reply to her was: “You haven’t moved at all.  The world around you has moved, but your own center has ...

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Why visit temples

 

 

Generally, the temples are located in a place where earth’s magnetic waves pass through. In simple terms, these temples are located strategically at a place where the positive energy is abundantly available from the magnetic wave distribution of north/ south pole thrust. Because of its location, where high magnetic values are available, the Main Idol is placed in the center, and also because ...

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Sri Vallabha Charya

 

SriVallabha was born to Lakshman Bhat and Illama.  The family of Lakshman Bhat were agnihotri’s.  They strongly believed that when one hundred Somayagnas were completed, Narayana’s would appear before them.  The 100th yagna got completed during Lakshman Bhat time, when he was awaiting Krishna darshana..he got the news that his wife had conceived.  They were expecting Naraya to take birth in their family.

Unfortunately, there were muslim riots in Kashi ...

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Sri Adi Shankara

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About 2500 years ago, in Kaladi Kerala, India, a learned brahmin, by the name of Sivaguru, and his wife, Aryambal, spent their life in pooja and in giving alms to poor and in other good deeds. This childless couple went to Trichur and performed puja for 48 days to Lord Vadakkunathan (Lord Shiva) and prayed for a son.

Lord Shiva melted in their devotion ...

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Purandara Dasa

 

Purandara Dasa was the only son of a wealthy merchant Varadappa Naik. He was given the name Srinivasa by his father, after the Lord of Tirumala. He received a good education in accordance with family traditions and acquired proficiency in Kannada, Sanskrit, sacred lore, and in music.

When he was sixteen years old he married Saraswati. He lost his parents when he was 20. He inherited his father’s business ...

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