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The Dharma of Moksha — The Way of Liberation
by Maj. Gen. Shekhar Sen
After the holocaust, Yudhishthira, stricken with sorrow and guilt, receives instruction from Bhishma on three aspects: Rajadharma, principles of governance, Apaddharma, principles to be followed in extremity and Mokshadharma, principles for attaining liberation. The book under review deals with Mokshadharma. Read On

A Modern Russian Bylina
by Dr. Pradip Bhattacharya
The bylini are the puranas of Russia. The root of the word is “byl,” meaning “that which has been,” much like our “itihasa.” Like our puranas, these heroic sagas were handed down by oral tradition among the peasantry who called them “stariny” or “starinki,” meaning “stories of old.” Read On

Optimism: An Admirable Virtue
by Dr. Frank S. K. Barar
Optimism is a human tendency to expect the best possible outcome of any situation. The term is derived from the French optimisme, from New Latin optimum, i.e.,the greatest good or the best. It is the feeling of being hopeful about the future, or about the success of something. Read On

Pushpadanta’s Shivamahimna Stotram
by Dr. Rama Rao Vadapalli V.B.
Pushpadanta was a king of the divine species of Gandharvas, renowned for their powers of delectable singing. This Gandharva used to steal flowers for his daily worship of the Supreme Being, Lord Shiva from the flower gardens of a king’s flower gardens. Read On

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