Quote Of The Day
Sit aloof and watch the drama of life.
दुर्गाष्टोत्तरशतनाम स्तोत्रम् | Shree Durga Ashtottara Shatanama Stotram
श्री गुरु पादुका स्तोत्रम् | Guru Pãdukã Stotram by Shri Adi Shankaracharya
Guru Paduka Stotram is a beautiful devotional hymn composed by Shri Adi Shankarāchārya dedicated to the holy pattens of the reverential Guru, praying to Him to show the path towards salvation and obviate the snares and pitfalls on this journey!
Calming, comforting and uplifting—...
Daridrya Dahan Stotram composed by Maharishi Vashishtha is all about paying salutations to the omnipotent Lord Shiva- the One who is the destroyer of grief emanating out of the sense of inadequacy. Speaking of Mahadev's infinite glories, the Stotram chants are sure to permeate one's heart and fill it with immense strength, devotion, and love for the Shiva.
The famous Shiva Panchakshara Stotram composed by Shri Aadi Shankarãchãrya glorifies the lord Shiva and the power of the five sacred syllables, Na-Ma-Shi-Va-Ya. The human body constitutes five elements, and these holy letters represent these elements. The syllable 'Na' sanctifies prithvi- the earth element, 'Ma' energizes jala or the water, 'Shi' energizes agni- the fire element, 'Va' energizes vayu- the air element and finally 'Ya' energizes Akasha- the space element. Reciting these verses energizes our body systems,...
A lot many people are not aware of how crucial appropriate breathing is. No wonder one utilises only a tiny portion of a total potential respiratory capacity because of poor breathing habits.
श्री दुर्गाद्वात्रिंशन्नाममाला स्तोत्र | Durgã Dvãtrinshnnãmamãlã Stotram
Mahishasura Mardini Stotram
A famous Sanskrit aphorism registered in the great Puranas says. "Yat Pinde Tat Brahmande." It can be interpreted as "All that is outside you is within you."
Even though some fear mechanism comes inbuilt through mother nature to help us remain cautious— a reflexive instinct necessary for survival, some people may have an unhealthy fear of dying or losing someone close.
A big misconception doing the rounds is anger can be 'controlled'. However, that's far from the truth. Anger is like a fireball; it is bound to burn once out.
The path of devotion says, don't leave anything; if your association drops on its own, then be it. Why? Because then you won't make any announcement of it. But, If you consider having 'abandoned' something, you'll make the world know.
Believing is not substantiated by evidence; whereas, knowing IS. It doesn't take any intelligence, wisdom, seeking, or even rationale for believing. Believers can believe anything - Anandmurti Gurumaa.