People make their living in myriad ways, they earn laurels, awards and achievements in life, but the only thing that one always can’t buy and can’t earn so easily is a happy married life with a happy family. Sometimes it’s luck and sometimes it’s our will to be happy.
This world we live in runs on three processes, one is the creation, second the maintenance and third is the erosion, basically three basics or facts of life. It is ever changing and moving in a direction that is unstoppable,
We are a living in a world of complexities, so many equations are being set to make things happen, to keep control of our environments and situations in life, everyone is running behind it. What is the need for a guru in a life that complex?
Yagyas,Hawans,Poojas are an integral part of the Indian Household since ages but the right vidhi and process is always detailed out when a Vedic yagya is to performed. An experienced guru always save time..
Lying on the death bed, the brahmin Ravan belonging to an Asur yoni, had a lot to say, but in that little time period, he gave three important lessons he learnt from the episode that lasted for years beginning from the creation of Lanka abduction of Mata Sita.
Not once but many times the festival of Dussehra has come in our life and every time there is a lesson that is repeated around us and understood by people in different ways. But what is the real essence
Indian naming (Naamkaran) ritual come from a deep culture of life and understanding of its meaning. Coining baby names in the Shastras and Upanishads have a very deep rooted philosophy for a newborn to manifest best of his energies in future.