Siva Gita – Chapter 14 – Instruction on Surrender and Self – Slokas 1 – Slokas 44, Uttara Khanda, Padma Purana

Prabhu Shri Rama uvācha, "O Lord! If your form is the embodiment of Existence, Consciousness and Bliss, indivisible, non-dual, actionless, peaceful and unattached,   If You are devoid of any qualities and attributes, beyond the reach of mind and speech, abiding everywhere and by virtue of being all-pervasive, You know Yourself,   If You are... Continue Reading →

Siva Gita – Chapter I – Slokas 1 – Slokas 36, Uttara Khanda, Padma Purana

ॐ गणपतिशारदागुरुभ्यो नमः | ॐ नमो: शिवाय |   Sūta Maharshi uvācha, "I will elucidate, by the grace of the benevolent and great Lord Shiva, that which removes the pain of cycle of births and bestows the supreme release.   The mortal does not get liberation either by the performance of obligatory religious duties, nor... Continue Reading →

Tirthyatra Parva – Narada Devarshi visits Yudhishtira and explains the benefits of pilgrimage quoting the conversation between Bhishma and Pulastya Brahmarshi

Vaishampayana uvācha, "Janamejaya! Dharmaraja Yudhishtira became sad on hearing the words of anxiety expressed by Draupadi and his brothers towards the well-being of Dhananjaya. As he was pondering over this, Mahatma Narada Devarshi arrived in his midst. Mahatma Narada Devarshi was resplendent with the Supreme Radiance like the fire that rises in all its glory when ghee... Continue Reading →

Sanatkumara’s upadesha to Shuka

Brahmaputra Sanatkumara Paramarshi with the intention to guide Shuka Paramarshi arrived at his hermitage. When Shuka Muni saw the radiant eternal Sage, he rose up and offered him his pranaams.   Bhagawan Sanatkumara asked, "Mahabhaga! Vyāsaputra! What are you doing?"   To which Shuka replied, "Brahmakumara! I am at this moment studying the Vedas. I... Continue Reading →

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