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Stress: Simple Steps to De-Stress
by Dr. Frank S. K. Barar
Today stress is a fact of life, as the modern man is living life in the fast lane, full throttle, and at a break neck speed. During life our body has to face various stress-inducing agencies which tend to alter our internal physiological environment. Read On

Curse of goddess Tulsi & Lord Vishnu
by P C K Prem
In ancient times, Sankhchuda, a mighty daitya underwent terrific tapa and penance and pleased Brahma. Brahma blessed him with a boon of invincibility. Brahma also granted a boon that none in the three worlds would be able to kill him. Read On

The Guru in Sanaatanadharma
by Dr. Rama Rao Vadapalli V.B.
The Guru and Sanaatanadharma go together. The aspirant, saadhaka, seeks the unification with the Divine with the aid and blessings of his Guru, who makes the ascent both possible and easy. The Guru, preceptor, is one, who out of love and compassion for his sishya, disciple, guides and leads him forward to attain moksha, liberation or salvation. Read On

Mahabharata Krishna Gita in Rig Veda Mandala 8
by Indrajit Bandyopadhyay
In RgVeda Mandala-8, we find one Rshi Krshna-Angiraas, and in one Suukta, there is mention of a person Krshna aided by Indra. The Rks also narrate how Krshna “assumed his proper body” – evoking the image of Vishvaruupa, and how Krshna incited Indra to fight – evoking the image of Gita-discourse. Read On 

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