dhritarashtra uvaca dharma-kshetre kuru-kshetre samaveta yuyutsavah mamakah pandavash caiva kim akurvata sanjaya sanjaya uvaca drishtva tu pandavanikam vyudham duryodhanas tada acaryam upasangamya raja vacanam abravit pashyaitam pandu-putranam acarya mahatim camum vyudham drupada-putrena tava shishyena dhimata atra shura maheshv-asa bhimarjuna-sama yudhi yuyudhano viratash ca drupadash ca maha-rathah dhrishtaketush cekitanah kashirajash ca viryavan purujit kuntibhojash ca shaibyash
People give the ritual bath, called abhiṣeka to the Śiva Liṅgam. The Śiva Liṅgam is a stone which is shaped like a wave. This stone represents the wave-nature of energy. Consciousness or life-energy is the best form of energy. So, the Śiva Liṅgam represents the life-energy that is present in all living beings. Among all
Some of the most important slokas (verses) are reproduced below: —Chapter 2, verse 2 “Whence has this dejection come upon thee at this critical hour, for this is unworthy of noble people, bringing neither heaven nor fame.” Thus, in the very beginning of this greatest of Hindu scriptures, the Lord utters a clear and unambiguous
In the US, India, and around the world, people who are gay, transgender, or who fail to conform to gender norms are subject to fierce condemnation and widespread discrimination. They’re often portrayed as being deviant, perverted or sinful. These vehement sentiments are supported by passages found in the main scriptures of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam.
now what of those who worship the formless where will they reach Shri Krishna doesn’t reject them he says Arjun they will also reach the goal he’s now in the next verses is going to explain well who the worshippers of the faultless reach and then he compares the two paths what is easy what
Shri Krishna's declaration that those who are worshiping the personal form reach ultimately deeper and more perfect state of Luke however let us now understand the reason he doesn't say that the others don't meets yoke he says this is deeper and more perfect why so god is both personal and formless we had discussed