hinduism view on suffering

Hinduism View On Suffering

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When a person gives up all the desires in his waking mind and when his self is turned inward and satisfied within itself, at that time he is said to be stable of mind...
Types of Daan in Hinduism

Types of Daan in Hinduism

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Then the humans said to him, "Please tell us (something)." To them then he spoke the same syllable, "Da," and said, "have you understood?" They said, "Yes, we understood, you spoke to us about...
A Great Hindu Emperor Not Many Hindus Know

A Great Hindu Emperor Not Many Hindus Know

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Samudra Gupta is one of the greatest rulers to have ever ruled India, but how many Hindus do even know him? In today's India, people mostly know about film stars and celebrities but not...
What is the meaning of Mahishasura Mardini?

What is the meaning of Mahishasura Mardini?

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In the 15th chapter, titled "Sects and Sex in the Tantric Puranas and the Tantras," of her Book, the Hindus, an Alternative History, the controversial historian, Wendy Doniger speaks about Mahishasura Mardini, the well-known...
Ashtavakra Samhita, Chapter 1, Nature of Witness Self

Ashtavakra Samhita, Chapter 1, Nature of Witness Self

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The First Chapter contains 20 verses and deals with Sakshi, the Witness Self. Ashtavakra explains how the Self is different from the mind and body and how one should become established in it through...
Does God Take Birth? is the avatar a God?

Does God Take Birth?

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The Vedas say that God does not take birth. The Bhagavadgita says God takes birth. What is the truth? If God takes birth, why do the Vedas say the opposite? - Does God Take...
What are the major sins in Hinduism?

What are the major sins in Hinduism?

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This article presents a historical analysis of premarital sex, caste distinctions, and sexual mores of ancient Hindu communities in the context of changing traditional values among the youth and the new social challenges that...