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What Is Astrology?

Astrology is a complex art and science.Astrology is the belief that the alignment of stars and planets affects every individual's mood, personality, and environment, depending on when he was born. Know More

Dispelling Some Common Myths About Astrology

Astrology is not a religion, nor is it affiliated or associated with any religion or with satanism or with any specific belief system. You can believe in and participate in any religion you choose and still practice astrology. Know More


Music and dance have been the chief forms of religious expression in India. The origin of music in India is attributed to gods and goddesses and to mytho¬ logical figures like gandharvas and kinnaras who figure in all the stories and legends connected with the science and practice of music. Know More


The five centuries which passed between the decline of the first great Indian empire of the Mauryas and the emergence of the great empire of the Guptas has often been described as a dark period in Indian history when foreign dynasties fought each other for short-lived and ephemeral supremacy over northern India. Know More

Ancient Mathematical Treatises

Jyotisa, as we have seen, consists of three sections. There was a scholarly man in the Matha who was particularly learned in this science. We wished to honour him with a title and decided upon "Triskandha- Bhaskara". "Skandha" literally means a big branch springing from the trunk of a tree. The three skandhas of Jyotisas are: siddhanta, hora and samhita. Know More


Narasimha-I is famous in history as the builder of the Konark temple. The great temple of the Sun god, now known as Konark, is the most celebrated of the monumental buildings of that time, and a lasting symbol ofthe ambitious enterprise and achievements of Narasimha-I. He belonged to the Eastern Ganga dynasty of Kalinga. Know More

Eye of the Vedapurusa

Jyotisa, which is the science of the celestial bodies and the eye of the Vedapurusa, consists of three "skandhas" or sections. So it is called "Skandha-trayatmakam". Sages like Garga, Narada and arasura have written samhitas (treatises) on this subject. The sun god, in disguise, taught the science to Maya, the carpenter of the Asuras. The work incorporating his teachings is called the Suryasiddhanta. Know More

Vedic mantra

A Vedic mantra or the stanza of an ordinary poem is divided into four parts. In most metres there are four feet and each foot is divided into the same number of syllables or mantras. When the feet are not equal we have what is called a metre that is "visama": "vi+sama" = "visama"."Sama" indicates a state of non-difference,of evenness. Know More

Yoga and Speech (Hindu Dharma)

When you play the harmonium the nagasvaram or the flute the sound is produced by the air discharged in various measures through different outlets. Our throat has a similar system to produce sound. It is not that the throat alone is involved in this process. How do we speak and sing.Speaking or singing is an exercise that has its source below the navel in the muladhara or root-base of the spinal column. Know More

Essence of the Upanisadic Teaching (Hindu Dharma)

The phenomenal universe, in the view of modern science, is embraced by the concepts of time and space [It exists in the time-space frame]. The panisads declare that only by being freed from time and space factors can we grasp the ultimate truth that is at the source of the cosmos. I told you about the horizon - where we are right there the horizon is. Recognition of this truth takes us beyond space. In this way we must also try to transcend time. Know More

The Vedas are Infinite(Hindu Dharma)

If the cosmos of sound (sabda-prapanca) enfolds all creation and what is beyond it, it must naturally be immensely vast. However voluminous the Vedas are, one might wonder whether it would be right to claim that they embrace all activities of the universe. "Anantah vai Vedah", the Vedas themselves proclaim so (the Vedas are endless). Know More

The Fourteen Abodes of Knowledge

The fourteen "abodes" of knowledge are: the four vedas; the six Angas or limbs of the Vedas; Mimamsa, Nyaya, the Puranas and Dharmasastra. You must have seen at least references to the Vedas and the six Angas. The Tamil work Tevaram says: "Vedamodarangamayinanai". According to this devotional work Isvara is the form of the four Vedas and the six Angas. Know More

Disadvantages of Veganism – What Must be Avoided

While most people are quick to tout all of the benefits of Veganism, there are several key disadvantages that are quite common. Some people are able to overcome these disadvantages easily, while others struggle immensely with the needed changes. Know More

Sastra or Conscience?(Hindu Dharma )

The goal of dharma is universal welfare. The great men who produced the works on Dharmasastra did not have a trace of self-interest in them and had nothing but the thought of the happiness of all creatures. These treatises are the authority on which dharma is founded. Know More

Is Hypnosis a Communication with the Subconscious Brain?(Habits and Subconscious)

Hypnosis is a very complicated field. Most people do not understand the process of hypnosis and its working. In fact, to some hypnosis looks like a magic. Others, who have a vague idea of the human body working process, ask the question whether hypnosis relates to the subconscious mind. Know More

Religion and Society

"social life" they-the reformers-do not have in mind anything relating to the Self. They take into account political orders that keeps changing every now and then, the sciences, trade and commerce, fashion, etc. If our worldly existence alone were the objective of social life, the rules pertaining to it would also be subject to change. But our scriptures do not view social life as having such an objective alone. Know More

How to Take Control of Your Subconscious Mind(Habits and Subconscious)

Subconscious mind is a highly complex zone of the mind. It is difficult to understand what the subconscious mind says. People who understand what their subconscious mind wants to say can hear their inner voice. It is that part of the brain that deals with the emotions and feelings of a human being. Know More

An Overview of Subconscious Mind

The brain is the highest complicated organ of the human body. Doctors and researchers are bringing to light many unknown facts about the brain everyday that we did not know about earlier. Even though researchers are trying to make the whole process of brain simpler, but it remains a highly complex zone. Know More


In the course of the foregoing discussion comparison has frequently been made of the Hindu and the Western points of view in regard to the ethical problem. It may be helpful if we try, even at the risk of repetition, to bring together some of the features in which the Hindu ethic differs from the distinctively Christian ethic. Know More


The criticism which has been offered in this work has necessarily been largely of a negative and destructive kind. We have found reason for believing that Hindu philosophical thought furnishes no satisfactory basis for an ethic, while the system of dharma rests on no sure intellectual supports. Know More


Our historical survey of Hindu ethics will have served to show how different in many ways the Hindu point of view is from that generally held by the modern European, The differences are greater than the casual observer usuall}^ realizes. Attention has been drawn by students of the history of ethical thought to the fact that there has been considerable variety of moral practice in different ages and in different lands; . Know More


The ethical thought which we have been considering throughout the course of this study has been conducted, in the greatest part of it at least, in view of a social order of a fixed and stable character. It is chiefly on this account that the more fundamental problems of ethics obtruded themselves with but little insistence on the minds of thinkers. Know More

Does Subconscious Mind Affect Your Thoughts and Behavior

The greatest and most beautiful gift given by God to man is the subconscious mind. Though it is highly complex to understand, yet it is the point where everything has control. Know More

Can You Achieve Success by the Use of Subconscious Mind

It is a fact that you can achieve success by the use of subconscious mind. But the question is how to achieve success using subconscious mind. Know More

Possible Connection With Bones in the Human Spinal Column

In numerology, everything has its corresponding numbers. So, is there any connection with bones in the human spinal column? There may be or not. It really depends on where you believe in. Know More

Natural Numerology

Numerology is the science of numbers wherein numbers can be added or your name can have an equivalent number which would determine your luck and future. Know More

Spiritual Resolutions Basics

As you ponder every new year, and you think about the changes that you would like to see in your life, it might be best if you get your priorities straight. Consider your priorities this year. Know More

10 Facts That Prove Ancient Indian Science Was Incredibly Advanced

The sun moves in its own orbit but holding earth and other heavenly bodies in a manner that they do not collide with each other through force of attraction. Know More

Ayurvedic Medicine For Immunity Tips and Practices for a Healthier Tomorrow

The need to build natural immunity has become vital during these trying times. The ancient science of Ayurveda offers a diversity of formulations, treatments, and practices to help men and women of all ages build immunity. Let us take a look. Read on. Know More

How To Hypnotize Yourself

Perhaps you might make yourself more confident, change your approach to food, beat your biggest fears, or simply be kinder to yourself Know More

Importance Of Vastu Shastra

Vastu Shastra holds an important role for our living. Though some people assume misconception about this science of architecture, however, it does not water down its important at all. Vastu is not merely a science of constructing a property, but it is rather a connection with the ancient Vedic science promoting blissful living. Vastu is a term taken from a divine being called God of vastu or Vaastu Purush. Know More

Different Types of Pranayama Techniques

Different Types of Pranayama Techniques Know More

9 Scientifically Proven Benefits of Pranayama (Yoga Breathing)

For thousands of years, Eastern cultures have regarded the breath as a powerful force for healing, well-being, and attaining states of higher awareness. Know More

The Basis of Strong Immunity is Balance - The Ayurvedic Perspective

Ayurveda is the science of balance. The focus on symptoms or particular illnesses circulating at any given time is not the primary focus of Ayurveda. It is certainly concerned with these, but rather it addresses the core of health, that which allows illness to take place in the first place – imbalance. Ayurveda encourages daily, life-long attention to maintaining balance. Know More

Shocking Secrets Of The Vedic Science Revealed

The Vedic civilization, according to the ancient scriptures, was at a much higher level of development than our modern society. Know More

What Makes Vedic Astrology So Special

Vedic Astrology, or Jyotish, is one of the oldest sciences on the planet and considered a relative of astronomy. It is an important and valuable part of the ancient Vedic texts. This complex, logic-based, and also intuitive science, has survived thousands of years in India’s Vedic tradition and is still considered a highly valuable tool of guidance and life insight. Know More

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