Exploring the Evolution of Human Consciousness through Hindu Dharma

Reflections On Hinduism (6)

Reflections On Hinduism (6)

Shiva, The Great God

On the white summit of eternity
A single Soul of bare infinities,
Guarded he keeps by a fire-screen of peace
His mystic loneliness of nude ecstasy.

(From Sri Aurobindo’s poem, Shiva)

Shiva, in Hindu dharma, is perhaps …

Reflections On Hinduism (5)

Reflections On Hinduism (5)

The Symbol & the Symbolized 

If Brahman, the Divine, saturates this whole Cosmos, sarvam brahmamayam jagat, then what of the objects within the Cosmos? What of the infinite life forms that populate the Cosmos? Hindu darshan categorically, through its several mahavakyas, states …

Dharmam Char

Dharmam Char

The mahavakya of the Shikshavalli says, Dharmam Char: ‘Follow Dharma’ or ‘Keep moving on the path of Dharma’. 

Since the verb determines the movement and quality of the subject, so the word ‘char’ needs our attention first. ‘Char’ means ‘keep moving …

Reflections on Hinduism (4)

Reflections on Hinduism (4)

The Mystical Core of Hindu Dharma The Mystery of the Self

We are now ready to delve deeper into the mysteries of Hindu dharma. Once the Veda secret in the heart has awakened and leads forth the disciple, …

Reflections on Hinduism (3)

Reflections on Hinduism (3)

The Mystical Core of Hindu Dharma The Veda Secret in the Heart

There is a practice of Hinduism, similar to most other religions, that leads the mind outward, towards …

Reflections on Hinduism (2)

Reflections on Hinduism (2)

The Mystical Core of Hindu Dharma The Infinite Beyond

Hindu dharma has a deep mystical core that rises like sap into the various branchings of the dharma. Without understanding the …

Reflections on Hinduism

Reflections on Hinduism

Hinduism. . . gave itself no name, because it set itself no sectarian limits; it claimed no universal adhesion, asserted no sole infallible dogma, set up no single narrow path or gate of salvation; it was less a creed or …

All Religions Are Not The Same

All Religions Are Not The Same

Hindu Dharma Has a Scientific Temper

There have been many attempts to define the Hindu Dharma, or more appropriately, Sanātana Dharma throughout the modern era. Most notably, the Supreme Court defined it as a way of life, and not as a set of beliefs. …

Indic Resurgence

Indic Resurgence

Towards An Indic Resurgence Based on Sanatan Dharma

The political and cultural narratives in India are changing — the signs and indications are everywhere. While the leftist-liberal narratives struggle to retain relevance in an emerging new India, the resurgent Indic sentiments …

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