अकाल, अनाद, अरूप

वह कहते है मुझसे कि मूर्ति नहीं रखते हो ?क्या भाई, इश्वर पर विश्वास नहीं रखते हो ?मैं कुछ यह कहता हूँ कि,अकाल, अनाद, अरूप,यही मेरे ख़ुदा का रूप | हर राह में राह है,हर जगह अल्लाह है,वह है हर जगह, उसका ही वंश इंसान है,उस कृपालु को मूर्तियों, किताबों में क्या ढूँढना ?कण-कण में है … Continue reading अकाल, अनाद, अरूप

आन्वीक्षिकी: The Science and Art of Thinking and Inquiry

Aanvikshiki is a term in Sanskrit signifying generally the scientific inquiry and it was perceived in India as a particular part of learning as early as 650 BC. Notwithstanding, throughout the long term its significance and import have gone through extensive varieties. Introduction Imagine if you were taught the art and craft of thinking as … Continue reading आन्वीक्षिकी: The Science and Art of Thinking and Inquiry

Dharma Isn’t Religion

Dharma is the first word of Bhagavad Gita. It’s also one of the most misused words in the language. Although it has multiple meanings in different belief systems, and there’s no single word translation, it doesn’t mean religion. It means the path of righteousness, eternal duty, or the universal laws of nature, that apply to … Continue reading Dharma Isn’t Religion