It is the Lord Krishna who made Janmashtami popular

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We were pleasantly surprised to find many people at the Art of Living Ashram looking forward to Sri Krishna Janmashtami Celebrations. Krishna Janmashtami, also called Gokulashtami, celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna. Many educated urban Indians, we knew, thought of Janmashtami as just another holiday for indulging in good food and putting their feet up…. Read more »

Nadhopasana – an easy way to reach the Self

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Can anyone attain liberation without Nadhopasana ?? – Sings the muscial Saint Swami Thyagaraja (One of Trinity in South Indian Carnatic Music) The word Nadhopasana, coming from Sanskrit lanuage, is made up of two words Naadha –and Upasana. Upasana means sitting near or being with. Naadha Upasana means being with the Naadham. Naadha is the primodial… Read more »

What no one told you about the Olympics

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By Dr Hari & Hema So the Olympics 2012 are upon us. The London games started off with a pretty good opening ceremony throwing open the way for thrilling competitions to begin. The Olympics Games are the largest sporting event drawing worldwide interest and participation. Every four years, the games remind us that the World… Read more »

Higgs boson God Particle : End of Quest?

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Science and Spirituality take different routes to understanding the Truth. In its quest to understand the Universe Science has sought to go all the way back to when matter was created at the moment of creation of the universe, namely the Big Bang. Spirituality on the other hand is concerned with the basic question, “Who… Read more »