Sanatana Dharma: Blog Series

Hello Friends, I have written whole Dharma Series about basic concept and philosophy about “Sanatana Dharma”. This blog tried to accommodate all series together for easy read.   Sanatana Dharma: The Question of Reality (Series #01) Sanatana Dharma: Purpose of Human Existence (Series #02) Sanatana Dharma: Dharma- Definition and Difference (Series # 03) Sanatana Dharma…

Sanatana Dharma : The Oneness of Existence (Series #13)

The unity of existence is one of the great themes of Vedanta and an essential pillar of its philosophy. Unity is the song of life; it is the grand theme underlying the rich variations that exist throughout the cosmos. Whatever we see, whatever we experience, is only a manifestation of this eternal oneness. The divinity…

Sanatana Dharma : Path of Meditation (Series #12)

Raja yoga, is the royal path of meditation. As a king maintains control over his kingdom, so can we maintain control over our own “kingdom”—the vast territory of the mind. In raja yoga we use our mental powers to realize the Atman through the process of psychological control. The basic premise of raja yoga is…

Sanatana Dharma: Avatar -God in Human form (Series #11)

Swami Shivananda, one of Ramakrishna’s disciples, said: “If God does not come down as a human being, how will human beings love him? That is why He comes to human beings as a human being. People can love Him as a father, mother, brother, friend—they can take any of these attitudes. And He comes to…

Sanatana Dharma: Path of Knowledge (Series # 10)

Jnana yoga is the yoga of knowledge—not knowledge in the intellectual sense—but the knowledge of Brahman and Atman and the realization of their unity. Where the devotee of God follows the promptings of the heart, the jnani uses the powers of the mind to discriminate between the real and the unreal, the permanent and the…

Sanatana Dharma: Karma and Reincarnation (Series #08)

Human suffering is one of religion’s most compelling mysteries: Why do the innocent suffer? Why does God permit evil? Is God helpless to act or does he choose not to? And if He chooses not to act, does that mean he is cruel? Or merely indifferent? Vedanta takes the problem out of God’s court and…

Sanatana Dharma: The Concept of Maya (Series#07)

Vedanta declares that our real nature is divine: pure, perfect, eternally free. We do not have to become Brahman, we are Brahman. Our true Self, the Atman, is one with Brahman. But if our real nature is divine, why then are we so appallingly unaware of it? The answer to this question lies in the…

Sanatana Dharma: The Four Pillar of Dharma (Series # 06)

Once upon a time, Lord brahma (creator) has been called by Lord Shiva (destroyer or Adi-yogi) with lord Vishnu (preservation). Lord Vishnu and Lord Brahma challenged Lord Shiva that they know the depth and height of Shiva Lignum (Shiva symbol). Lord Shiva politely asked to not being egoistic for their knowledge. but Both denied. they…

Sanatana Dharma: Power of Trust on Dharma (Series #05)

The Logic of Trust on God The reason why should we need to trust the existence of God. An idea direction need in every one life. Believe in Omnipresent and Shapeless God will help to define sin and good conduct. Having a trust on originator of Knowledge will help to sustain the power of achieving…

Sanatana Dharma :Raise and Reason of Atheism (Series # 04)

“Atheist” means rejecting the faith of God creation and its existence. There is thousand logic has been put before theist like “If God exist why we can not see it?”, “If God is exist then why can not we prove his existence by scientific evidence?” “If god exist, why can not god control and help during…