• 24 May, 2024

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Krishna's Flute

Krishna's Flute

In most mythological representations of Krishna, we always see him with a flute, either holding it in his hand or playing it. This flute is one of the most evocative metaphors of love and surrender to the Divine. How did the flute come to Krishna? This story, as retold, is one of the several versions of the legend of the flute.

The Gita as Trope

This is a drama worthy of a Shakespeare, but in an Indic setting, and the stakes are far higher than just the life of one person. This is a plot on a scale humanity has not seen in any literature since...

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The Metaphor of Deepavali

Deepavali, or Diwali as commonly known, will be celebrated on the 12th of November this year. What is the inner, or spiritual, significance of Diwali in Sanatan Dharma? An excerpt from Partho's latest book.

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The Vedanta In All Its Phases-1

The first of a four part series on Vedanta from Swami Vivekananda’s famous ‘Calcutta address on Vedanta’ delivered in Calcutta on January 19, 1897. This talk marks a significant moment in Swamiji’s life and is considered one of his most important speeches on Vedanta, where he explains some significant aspects of Sanatan Dharma

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Dialogues on Dharma-1

A series of conversations on Sanatan Dharma and Vedanta between our editors, Dr Singh and Partho. This is the first conversation in the series, describing the initial process of Vedanta

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Reflections on the Self

Self-contemplation and understanding: the way of atma-vichara. What or who am I? Where does this query lead? Is there a reality behind the outer form and personality. A Vedantic investigation.

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