Posts Tagged ‘Vedanta’

Endowed with calmness,
the ‘is-ness’ sucks to contemplate,
of its discriminatory wisdom,
like droplets in the water,
flows through maze of illusions,
their existence is easily trapped,
but operates and remains part of the genesis,
protruding now and then to follow,
under the warp of misnomers,
hide and seek is played with a burning desire,
masking the true purpose of human life,
until the ignorance is removed,
with self knowledge of ignited ‘I’,
that is when this loop of life gets dissolved.



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The stirring delusions of longevity,

Wasp buildup on the heart,

Whence the light is blindfolded,

No amount of oscillation is directed,

With a dark and unknown track,

Wonders are anticipated to pledge,

Now, burn the candlelight of the soul by its friction matchsticks which sparks the life of a misfortune.


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The void of incompleteness,

Urge to nibble on the edge,

Pursuance sneaks to triumph over,

By paralyzing the hype of pondering,

Retrieve the deeply seated intelligence,

Through the conjunction between the body and mind complex,

There exists the awareness globe “I” for its ever illuminating vigor and pan-sophist traits!


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Breathe in the hold,

Focus on the expansion and contraction,

Check the impulse of eternal robustness,

While space discover within one self,

The ever presence omniscient existence,

Away from its reflected prefixes,

Pave ways for a peaceful banters,

Thus erodes the egoistical identity “I” in the flame of spiritual wisdom.


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May be an image of text that says 'AÅvamedha The The Rite and its Logic Subhash Kak'

The potential of Ashwamedha sacrifice and its iconic ritual associated with the process are discussed in this book. Little background on the author, Subhash Kak works as a professor at Louisiana State University and exponent of Vedic philosophy. Well, here the rites are represented as a symbolic form rather than vague descriptions. Its connection between the transcendence of the sun and the king entwined by the lord’s source of energy. This further adds up the spiritual cause that stands apart in the ladder of consensus. Either way the scriptural connoisseur may find the reference solid and deviant according to their inquiry. But the explanation of the building of an altar and astronomical relations displays the amount of research done by the author and is highly laudable. From the setting of bricks on the altar to diagrams of sacrificial placement are finely depicted in this book. However, I do not wish to concise, every detail, as it will lose the charm of the book, but I can assure you that will keep you insightful. Not many have written about this unique Ashwamedha Yagna (A ritual sacrifice) but admirable for the author to have invested time to articulate the facts and deserves diligence for his valuable inputs. I truly appreciate and highly recommend this book.

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