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  1. Thread: Newbie

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    Re: Newbie

    You are talking about the Udasin sadhus
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    Re: Rudra Beads

    Do u do japa on rudra beads??
    I like them very much too ~ only the ones available in common indian markets are very poorly made and often snap which is an ill-omen. Making a rdra bed has to be done...
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    Re: Jyotirlinga

    Because bharata is the bed where humans found the keys to breaking the shakels of bondage of jiva and a chance to evolve further. It also means if bharata completely looses this key, humanity will...
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    Re: New and becoming disheartened

    I think I meant without attachment only. I didn't mean to supress emotions, if you are not affected by personal or ideological emotions, that's pretty much w/o emotion to me.

    What are emotions?? ...
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    Re: New and becoming disheartened

    I see only 2 and a quater ~ maybe because I have 40 posts per page ~ good way not get burdened by size:)
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    Re: New and becoming disheartened

    I'm glad that sudarshan derailed this thread into more meaningful and philosophical disscussion on karma from a mere openion giving on an unknown preist. You can ofcourse cut paste from this thread...
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    Re: New and becoming disheartened

    I think you are missing the point here.

    Real mumukshu's don't care about themselves. They neither care nor ignore the world. They do what is their immediate duty and needs to be done in the...
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    Re: New and becoming disheartened

    :D

    buddhism is only another intellectual way of looking into nirguna brahman.
    I don't think there is anything like "this is the hindu way" ~ dharma=hindu=buddhist and some other sects.
    ...
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    Re: New and becoming disheartened

    Exactly!!
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    Re: New and becoming disheartened

    True mumukshu is not blind faith. It may seem that way to us. faith comes from chitta. faith comes with an internal belief and expectation from the present world and post death heaven and a metal...
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    Re: New and becoming disheartened

    If you don't seek a lawyer when arrested, don't bother about medicines when sick don't harm when attacked in short don't bother whether you live or die or suffer or enjoy ~ what is there left to be...
  12. Thread: Karam(a)

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    Re: Karam(a)

    Your old queries has been answered here
    http://www.hindudharmaforums.com/showpost.php?p=5734&postcount=49

    and here
    http://www.hindudharmaforums.com/showpost.php?p=5737&postcount=52

    ...
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    Re: New and becoming disheartened

    Namaste Sudarshan,

    quite informative post on nature of karma and role of god in karma:).
    I think the idea that God cannot take the burden of our karma is the most stunning and different idea of...
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    Re: New and becoming disheartened

    Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha are 4 important goals of a vedic/hindu life. And Gods can help and guide humans in all 4 of these life goals.

    But there is nothing wrong with the 4 great arthas of...
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    Re: New and becoming disheartened

    Homa is not a blessing but a ritual which has it's expenses.
    Also preist is traditionally supported by the "dakshina" given by the satisfied grihasta for the service. Most importantly I think these...
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    Re: God(s)

    I have read about an interesting encounter between Sri Shankaracharya and his param Guru Gaudapada.

    Sri Shankaracharya had triumphantly won a debate somewhere and was on his way to Utkal (modern...
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    Re: God(s)

    "Based on the few mahavakyas the rest of the scripture can be better understood. Finally it's our expereince which can verify the scriptures, there is no other way.":doh:

    Anyways a thread...
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    Re: New and becoming disheartened

    Namaste ThouArt,

    From your posts it is ovious that the preist was poorly mannered at least from an american stand point. But as i said in the very begining, this is a case of an Indian...
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    Re: Prana control in order to obtain siddhis

    I have read most of Mr Iyengar's books. I don't think he markets himself as a spiritual teacher or a representative of hinduism. He is just a teacher of asana and pranayama and the way he deals with...
  20. Re: Satan has created the non-christians religions!!!!

    Satan can create as well?? I thought the power of creation only rests with God in monotheism. Satan just tries confuse us. Christian logic itself contradicts it's God being the original creator...
  21. Thread: Raja Yoga

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    Re: Raja Yoga

    I would like to know when and how did the patanjali yoga sutras came to be called as Raja yoga?? Where did the term raja yoga come from?? Can anyone provide some background.
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    Re: Pictures of Deities

    Anyone have been to all the five kedars?

    Five Kedars (kedarnath,tunganath,matta-maheswar,rudranath,kalpeshwar).

    I plan to do the kalpeshwar-rudranath trip this sep. May not be the best time ~...
  23. Re: Satan has created the non-christians religions!!!!

    Thank you sarabhanga ji ~ the points you make are very interesting
  24. Thread: Newbie

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    Re: Newbie

    God is not necessary in buddhism but there is nothing wrong in believing in God either as far as i know.
    War or suffering is basically the point where buddhism starts at ~ goal being to eliminate...
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    Re: New and becoming disheartened

    Namaste,

    I would suggest not to get disheartned about hinduism due to behaviour of a few "hindus". You just had experiences with poor mannered Indians and not hindus. And the way Indians behave...
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    Re: Murti Puja is not idol worship

    330 million was the population of India during the time of independence ??
  27. Thread: One thing

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    Re: One thing

    Good point. He cannot be all at the same time i.e loving, omniscient and omnipotent.

    On a more practical level my openion is, God has been dragged unwillingly into a human conspiracy to form a...
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    Re: The Hindu Universe

    where is the site:)
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    Re: Lord Narasimha.

    Excellent Orlando!

    The lord is the most loving among the lovers but at the same time most terrible among the terribles.

    However hindu's prefer to keep this aspect of the lord hidden under the...
  30. Re: New IM project interesting (Mac/Win support)

    Don't we already have meebo?
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    Re: Procreation

    Society imposes rules of it's leaders ~ political and spiritual. Problem is rules cannot be same for all people who appear with 2 legs, 2 arms and a head. We think they are all human. In reality...
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    Re: Opinions on Islam

    Harmless in personal context is same as harmless in socital context???

    Killing by a soilder to save his culture and doing his duty == killing by a thug who want's the loot money???

    I think...
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    Re: Dharma and Capital Punishment

    I had read a treatise on "Danda Niti" of ancient India long ago.
    Need to collect a copy of it again I think.

    Death penalty is oviously correct for some criminals.
    But Judgement should be...
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    Re: Opinions on Islam

    No one can win the battle against Islam if they remain coward. Islam is backed by the planet Rahu, and Rahu gives ample courage. Rahu is brave.

    No doubt Islamicists are often much braver than...
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    Re: Evil force(s) in the universe

    Like divine, evil is also a mystry of the human mind.
    Abrahamism absolutises human psychology and cause further confusion.

    Nature/Universe has no evil ~ however we do. And this evil is not...
  36. Re: Trying to find my place within the Hindu religion

    I think your question has been answered by some, but you have to search through the posts:)
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    Re: Opinions on Islam

    I don't like lies and hypocracy.

    If holland fears islamic fundamentalism and fears it growing muslim population who want to keep their islamic ways ~ they should make that clear.

    Banning...
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    Re: Opinions on Islam

    There are a few moslem sects who are quite moderate as far as I know.
    In Pakisthan (i.e old India) there are the adhmadiyas. In Iran the baha-i is also basically an offshoot of Islam. Sufis...
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    Re: One goal and so many voices

    So we don't have prarabdha karma in VA??
    Ofcourse if God is omni potent like in christianity this is explainable.
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    Re: Procreation

    Interesting topic, time limited for me now to answer in detail.

    It is only the people in developed and advanced countries who can get convinced about control of population to prevent over...
  41. Thread: Sati

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    Re: Sati

    Yes it is idiotic, but most of the times we are idots too - not knowing about our scriptures.
    Some less understood vedic verses and smritis are target. Gita is too clear and concise to attempt such...
  42. Thread: Sati

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    Re: Sati

    I found it to my surprise that many indian moslems had workked hard to create some convoluted "translations". Without knowldge of sanskrit many will be hit hard in the head. And later I found some of...
  43. Thread: Sati

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    Re: Sati

    It was a practice which is said to be common during moslem and british rule of India, where young widows were expected to commit self immolation on the funeral pyre of her dead husband.

    As far as...
  44. Thread: Sati

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    Re: Sati

    What can be anybody's view about it except that it was an evil medevial pourahita practice and denegration of womanhood.

    I think most hindu's get defensive on this medevial practice, but we must...
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    Buddhist Web Resource

    http://www.buddhanet.net/ebooks.htm

    One of my fav websites. Very rich collections of texts on meditations, theravada and mahayana schools. I wasn't sure where to put this. Since dharma related...
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    Re: Trying to find my place within the Hindu religion

    Infighting is not a big deal as long we are united against the common enemies ~ historically we haven't done that.

    Common link for hinduism?? It is that hinduism has tought not to tolerate demons...
  47. Thread: Hello All

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    Re: Hello All

    I have an account there, but defending hinduism is futile in that site since accusioions are not serious. Cornered Indian Islamicists try to go off-topic and attack hinduism to defend their demonic...
  48. Thread: I am Shiva

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    Re: I am Shiva

    Shiva is the 'body of peace' of this universe.

    Singhi has a body of 5 elements, in which he walks
    Singhi has a body of prana, in which which he feels
    Singhi has a body of mind, in which he...
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    Re: Opinions on Islam

    namaste Gill,

    I have not missed your point ~ see last line of my post.

    Thank you for your observation, but I refrain from making personal comment on anyone's philosophy or ideal or mentality....
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    To All, This is the only thread in this site...

    To All,

    This is the only thread in this site about political Islam. Lets keep post with regards to the topic. This thread have lately become discussion on everything else than Islam. Hence I was...
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