BHAGAVAD-GITA – CHAPTER 01 – SANSKRIT BY ANURADHA PAUDWAL (AUDIO & SUBTITLES)

BHAGAVAD-GITA – CHAPTER 01 – SANSKRIT BY ANURADHA PAUDWAL (AUDIO & SUBTITLES)

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

GOVINDA mantra SUCCESSFUL START OF ANY BUSINESS ॐ Krishna Powerful Mantras Meditation PM 2019

GOVINDA mantra SUCCESSFUL START OF ANY BUSINESS ॐ Krishna Powerful Mantras Meditation PM 2019

Cintamani prakara sadmasu kalpa vrksa Laksavrtesu surabhir abhipalayantam Laksmi sahasra sata sambhrama sevyamanam Govindam adi purusham tam aham bhajami

Mandukya Upanishad in summary – The Dharmic viewpoint of who we are and our true nature. The Turiya

Mandukya Upanishad in summary – The Dharmic viewpoint of who we are and our true nature. The Turiya

The Mandukya Upanishad is one of the shortest Upanishads in the Vedantic corpus. It’s only 12 verses but it is said to contain the essence of all the Dharmic teachings. So what does this Upanishad teach. The Upanishad tries to answer the age-old q uestion of who we are and what is our true nature

Samadhi – Guided Meditation #3 – “Prana”

Samadhi – Guided Meditation #3 – “Prana”

As with all of the Samadhi meditations there’s no ‘doing’ in this meditation. There’s nothing to figure out with the mind. But instead we will come to recognize what the mind is already doing, and to practice dropping its various unconscious activities as they become more conscious. The purpose of meditation 1 & 2 in

Manichaeism, parallels with Dharmic faiths (Vedanta), Gnostic persecution, Hindus in ancient Armenia

Manichaeism, parallels with Dharmic faiths (Vedanta), Gnostic persecution, Hindus in ancient Armenia

I want to talk about the faith Manichaeism today and it’s parallels with Eastern dharmic faiths. Manichaeism was a faith founded by sage prophet Mani who was born in Ctesiphon in Iraq at around 216 AD. Most scholars classify his teachings as dualistic cosmology – a struggle between good and evil where an anthropomorphic evil

Discovering the True SOURCE of Happiness – Intro to Advaita Vedanta – Part 1

Discovering the True SOURCE of Happiness – Intro to Advaita Vedanta – Part 1

Welcome! In this series of videos, I’d like to share with you some insights about the teachings of advaita vedanta. These presentations will introduce various topics in a sequence that follows the methodology used by most traditional teachers. These presentations will also show how Vedantic teachings are to be incorporated into your own process of

Kundalini Yoga — as Envisioned by the Ancient Yogis

Kundalini Yoga — as Envisioned by the Ancient Yogis

An astonishing energy, known as kundalini, is said to lay coiled at the base of the spine, dormant, like a sleeping snake. This serpent energy can be woken from its slumber by the practice of certain yoga postures, breathing exercises, and mantras. Aroused by these practices, kundalini surges upwards through an invisible network of nerves,

Ishvara: The Fabric of Creation – Intro to Advaita Vedanta – Part 6

Ishvara: The Fabric of Creation – Intro to Advaita Vedanta – Part 6

Welcome! In our previous presentation, we began an inquiry into the existence and nature of Ishvara, the first cause, the source from which the universe arose. Instead of relying on faith alone, as Western religions do, we used the traditional teaching methodology of Vedanta that rationally and systematically explains the nature of Ishvara. We saw

Why Hinduism Champions Vegetarianism as an Aid to Samadhi

Why Hinduism Champions Vegetarianism as an Aid to Samadhi

Why Hindus are Vegetarian. One of the defining features of India that sets it apart from all other nations of the world is that for thousands of years, a large majority of its people have been vegetarian. Thousands of years before PETA came into vogue; the Hindu people embraced vegetarianism and became earnest supporters for

Unifying faiths, The faith of Socrates (Dharmic) – Vedantic Hinduism, Buddhism and Greek philosophy

Unifying faiths, The faith of Socrates (Dharmic) – Vedantic Hinduism, Buddhism and Greek philosophy

if Socrates is considered the father of Western civilization then why is his faith not the cornerstone of the West. What were his teachings that led to his persecution and death… To understand this we need to take a good look at history At some point of time in the distant past there was an