But years may go their way, yet the great principles of satya and ahimsa, truth and non-violence, are there to guide us. They are the silent stars keeping holy vigil above a tired and turbulent world. Like Gandhi, we may be firm in our conviction that the sun shines above the drifting…Continue
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Guidelines for meditation
Here are some pointers on meditation taken from ancient scriptures such as Srimad Baghavad Gita.
Q: What is the proper procedure for meditation?
A: The environment, the body setup and the meditation process is explained below:
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The practicality of nonviolence as told by Gandhi
We must draw the distinction between living in the face of danger and living dangerously. A man who dares to live alone in a forest infested by wild beasts and wilder men without a gun and with God as his only help lives in the face of danger.
The people of a village near Bettia (now in the West Champaran district of Bihar), told me that they had…Continue
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Gandhiji's favourite hymn (Bhajan Song)
“Hari Thum Haro” is the devotional song composed by Meera Bai, the poet saint. This song is one of the favourite of Mahatma Gandhi.
Gandhiji once expressed the wish to…Continue
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What is true follower-ship?
There are millions of followers for Mahatma Gandhi in the world. But, not all of them actually follow them. Some worship him as leader, while others see him as spiritual man. There has always been skepticism in understanding and following his footsteps. Actually, what is true followership? Is it all about…
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