Archives for: August 2011

Jivanmukti

- shrI Devavrata Sen Sharma According to the trika system, all sAdhakas who have attained the knowledge of their Essence and have had the self-experience of aham, do not necessarily become disembodied immediately with the achievement of such knowledge.… more »

Jivanmukta

स्वानन्दामृतसेकैरान्तरसन्तापसन्ततिं श… more »

Tantra Shastra

- Dr Kamalakara Mishra A misconception, prevalent even among scholars, is that the Vedic tradition alone forms the basic trend of Indian culture, the Tantric tradition being a side current or even a perversion. This is a colossal misunderstanding. The… more »

shrI venkatagirIshamAlokaye

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Meera

Krshnam vande Jagadgurum

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Raseshvara Marga - 1

- Swami Parameshvarananda Raseshvara mArga is more a science than a School of Philosophy. It does not propound any new metaphysical, ethical or epistemic theory. But still it is included amongst the systems of philosophy, even by such a great authority… more »

Sri Garbharakshambika Stotram

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parAdvaita - 2

Abhinavagupta uses a special type of logical reasoning that he calls sattarka. All prevalent logic (tarka) is based on those conventions that have evolved out of the mundane experiences of people working within the usual confines of the mind and emotion… more »

Call of the Sea

- John Milton’s Comus In the name of great Oceanus, By the earth-shaking Neptune’s mace And Tethys’ grace majestic pace, By hoary Nerus’ wrinkled look, And the Carpathian wizard’s hook, By scaly Triton’s winding shell, And old soothsaying Glaucus… more »