Ishwara on Jeevanmukti and Videhamukti

Videha Mukti “All knowing Maha Vishnu!”, says Iswara according to Soota Samhita (Mukti Khanda – 2nd chapter) which is part of Skandapurana, "In Vedanta Sastra, the concept of Mukti is explained as of different types.  But the most important five of them are (1) Salokya (2) Sameepya (3) Saroopya (4) Sayujya and (5) Swarupa.  Mundakopanishad... Continue Reading →

Four types of Mukti – Chapter – 10

Guru says, "Child, the composition and structure of this self-luminous akshara will dictate the created being's perception of the Supreme Self and this will then dictate the path the created being will follow to realize the Supreme Self. The premise for any path is immersion and absorption into the Supreme Self.   The knowledge, realization,... Continue Reading →


Chapter -11   The Brahman is something not visible to the naked eye; On the other hand this world containing the five elements, the movables and immovables, all living beings including the human species, is vividly visible to the eye; Inspite of all these, Brahman is said to be real and the visible and the... Continue Reading →

An Introduction to “Jugglery of the Universe”

From Human Bondage to Ultimate Liberation … The mystery of creation, purpose of existence and existence itself is a journey of Self-realization. There have been many paths propagated to know, understand and experience the Truth. This book is a question and answer session between the authors to understand the "Jugglery of the Universe".   How the scientists have... Continue Reading →

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