Tag Archives: Hinduism Beliefs

Most Hindus believe in an Almighty, whose qualities and forms are represented by deities which emanate from Him; that existence is a cycle of birth, death and rebirth and that the soul passes through a cycle of successive lives. There are many interesting ethical stories from Hindu saints which not only imparts true value of life but also provides spontaneous spiritual way of life.

Travel to Alarnath

On one fine morning, Daddy told us to plan for a visit to Alarnath. It is plus 19 kilometers away from Puri and is famous during the period between Bath Festival of Lord Jagannath and world famous car festival. During this time fever catches Lord and then he takes rest for 14 days. During that Continue Reading »

Ethics in Management – Vedantic perspectives

I sometimes quote instances from the field of sports. In a cricket World Cup, praise was heaped on the Aussie player, Adam Gilchrist for “walking”. Some people say that it is the Umpire’s job to declare a batsman out or not out; it is within the fielding side’s rights to appeal and if the Umpire errs, Continue Reading »

How narendra nath datta converted to swami-vivekananda

Ramakrishna Paramahansha the saint was wondering nearby sea beach. He observed the cool breeze oozing out from the sea shore and that touched him before reaching out to hinterland. Sky was slightly dimmer with light with a purple patch meandering in the entire sky which symbolizes the end of today and now the night time Continue Reading »


The most intelligent animal on earth is human beings. They can speak and can express fully in order to justify their actions of omissions and commissions. Every human has faith and he expresses it through various deeds and tries to justify these acts through reasonable actions oriented demonstrations. There are two kinds of languages, one Continue Reading »

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