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Chitragupta and Yamaraja are the duos who look for the afterlife in Hinduism. Do you know? They have deep metaphysical significance. In this unique article, we discuss a deep aspect of Chitragupta God and Lord Yama. The meaning of the word “Chitragupta” is hidden images. He is also known by the name Kayastha. Chitragupta is […]

Sometimes we think we are doing a lot but we don’t get results. This happens when we are not in sync with the flow of the object. There was a famous movie Taare Zameen Par, where a young boy Ishaan was suffering from dyslexia, his parents try hard to make him read and live in […]

After death, a physical body starts decomposing in humans and others. In religious philosophies like Hinduism, Bible, Islam, Judaism, or Christianity, the soul either rest or travel to another world. In this article, we explore what happens to death as per different religions and what science says about death and the afterlife. After death in […]

Name of 4 Vedas are: Rig Veda Yajur Veda Sama Veda Atharva Veda As per the Mahabharata Vedas were divided into 4 categories by Krishna Dvaipayana commonly known as Vyasa. Majorly he is credited for the re-organization of the Vedas for the ease of the common understanding. The exact date of origin of Vedas cannot […]

In this brief article I will limit myself only towards discussing the philosophical approach to Ecology through lens of Buddhism. In classical traditions mainly two approaches are followed Deep Ecology and shallow Ecology. I will mainly connect more with Deep Ecology as I find it more relatable with engaged Buddhist traditions as introduced by Ven. […]

The five elements of Nature also known as Pancha Bhoota/Bhuta or Pancha Tattvas. They are Earth (पृथ्वी), Water (अप:), Fire (अग्नि), Air (वायु) and Sky(आकाश). These elements also hold ayurvedic significance. Different Ayurvedic Doshas are based on the panchamahabhootas. Surprised? Ayurveda is based on three doshas namely Vata, Pitta and, Kapha. Vata represents space and […]

12 Adityas are the sons of the Aditi as per the Puranas. However, as per the Vedas and Satapatha Brahmana, they are the upholder of Dharma. The name varies with the Puranas. While considering, the authority of the Brahmana texts of Yajnawalkya over the Puranas. The names are as per the Satapatha Brahmana. One: Yama […]

3 Types of Karma in Hinduism are Sanchita, Prarabdha, and Agami or Kriyamana. The Vartamana (present) Karma makes it 4. However, three types of Karma are considered widely. They are given below let’s know what is Karma. What is Karma in Yoga? Karma is the primary possession that governs the entire universe. The concept of […]

Ida Pingala Sushumna Nadis forms a gateway of energy from Muladhara to the brain. Ida is feminine, Pingala is masculine and Sushumna is central Nadi. Breathing exercises of Pranayama are useful in channeling the flow in the central channel. What are the Nadis? Nadis are the channel through which the Prana flows. You can click […]

Brahma is the creator of God in Hinduism. There are not many stories of Avatars of Brahma like Vishnu or Shiva. However, the holy book of Sikhs namely Dasam Granth mentions 7 Avatars of Brahma. He is identified with the god Prajapati of the Vedas. In some of the scriptures, he is said to have the […]