Category Archives: Hindu Philosophy

Ramana Maharshi

Arudra Darshanam, a festival observed in the Tamil month of Margazhi, primarily during December to January.  Essentially a Shaivite festival,celebrating the cosmic form of Shiva, in the Nataraja form. It takes place on the full moon night, and is also … Continue reading

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Sringeri & The Hoary Guru-Shishya Parampara

The Guru has been accorded to a very high position in our Indian tradition. No one can attain fulfillment of the purpose of life without the grace of a Guru. We all desire Moksha whose sole means to attainment is Jnana (knowledge). The Vedas say that one attains immortality … Continue reading

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