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Sita-Ram Stotra Written by Hanuman- lyrics in Sanskrit with meaning in Hindi and English
May 17th, 2024 | Category: Stotra, Stuti and Bhajan
This sacred “Sita-Ram Stotra” is a divine composition by Hanuman ji, glorifying the divine virtues and love of Bhagwan Ram and Mother Sita. It beautifully encapsulates the divine couple's noble linea…
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[Tum Mere The-6] Prem Bhakti: The Attainment of Divine Love
May 16th, 2024 | Category: Philosophy of Divine Love
After a long and tedious journey through the ocean of Maya, the devotee learns to nurture selfless love for his Beloved Lord. He achieves a state of complete self-effacement and waits for the most pr…
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भगवान की भक्ति कैसे करनी चाहिए?
May 15th, 2024 | Category: Spirituality
वेदों एवं शास्त्रों में बहुत प्रकार की भक्ति का निरूपण किया गया है। एक भागवत महापुराण को ही लिया जाये तो इसी में अलग-अलग स्थानों पर भक्ति के 1 प्रकार, 3 प्रकार, 5 प्रकार, 9 प्रकार से लेकर 30 प्रकार त…
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Yamuna Nikata Tatasthita lyrics in Sanskrit with meaning in Hindi and English
May 11th, 2024 | Category: Stotra, Stuti and Bhajan
Composed by the revered Adi Shankaracharya, the verses "Yamuna Nikata Tatasthita" hold a central place within JKYog's daily prayers, the melodious stanzas painting a vivid picture of Shree Krishna's …
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Uncovering the Life and Legacy of Adi Shankaracharya
May 11th, 2024 | Category: Santa Charita
Few figures stand out as prominently in the rich landscape of Indian philosophy as Adi Shankaracharya. Born in 500 BCE in the southern Indian state of Kerala, Shankara, as he is commonly known, remai…
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Tale of Akshaya Patra and How Shree Krishna Rescued Pandavas from the Wrath of Durvasa
May 9th, 2024 | Category: Vedic Tales
Yudhishthira, the eldest Pandava, is renowned for his unwavering devotion to righteousness. He's known as Dharmaraja, the embodiment of truth and justice. His lineage is impeccable—son of the god Dha…
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Akshaya Tritiya: A Day of Eternal Auspiciousness
May 6th, 2024 | Category: Festivals
The term 'Akshaya' (akṣaya/अक्षय) in Sanskrit combines 'A' (not) and 'Kshaya' (erode), signifying something that doesn't decay or diminish. And 'Tritiya' (tṛtīyā/ तृतीया) refers to the third lunar da…
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Dallas, Los Angeles, and Seattle- Swami Mukundananda's Transformative Programs in USA [April 2024]
May 5th, 2024 | Category: News & Updates
Swami Mukundananda, a revered spiritual leader and author, is currently captivating audiences across the USA with his 2024 tour. The tour offers a vibrant spectrum of experiences, from soul-stirring …
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The Two Forces that Drive Our Motivation: Internal vs. External
May 4th, 2024 | Category: Mind Management
This article delves into the intricacies of motivation and examines the two primary forces that propel us toward achieving our goals—external motivation, which is driven by external factors such as r…
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