We all know that the Banyan tree is the largest tree and has its root in the deeper side of the land. While I started studying the fifteenth chapter of Bhagwad Geeta, I was a bit confused and amused both at the same time. Krishna started saying that the banyan tree has roots upwards andContinue reading “Krishna compares the world with the Banyan tree”
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Krishna explains the tamasic nature of humans
We have discussed the satvik and rajasic nature of the humans earlier. Today we will discuss the tamasic nature of the human mind. It is very interesting to know that our mind plays all three nature all the time and may be for the same topic and incident. The most difficult aspect of human natureContinue reading “Krishna explains the tamasic nature of humans”
Krishna explains the rajasic Tattva in our nature
In the last article we discussed the concept of three guna of prakriti which are controlling us and making us do things we do in this life. The first and the most important guna is satvik guna. If one remains in this guna all the time, he becomes more knowledgeable and also inner happiness increases.Continue reading “Krishna explains the rajasic Tattva in our nature”
Seminar on Bhagwad Gita at Nehru Center in London!
The Bhagawad Gita holds an eternal fascination to man and the wonder is that each time you read it, like an onion, you can keep peeling different layers from it. I have always been attracted to the Gita and each and every commentary that I have read has helped me gain fresh insights into thisContinue reading “Seminar on Bhagwad Gita at Nehru Center in London!”