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Tolerance in Hinduism

Hinduism is considered as the most tolerant of all the popular religions of the world. Hinduism’s tolerance or rather acceptance of people who do not believe in religion and people of other religions – Jews, Christians, Zoroastrians, Muslims – is … Continue reading

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Bhakti according to the Bhagavad Gita

(This article is based on a talk that I gave at Ashirvad Inter-Religious Harmony Movement, Bangalore on 27-Apr-2014.) (An edited version of this article was published in December 2015 issue of Vedanta Kesari, a monthly magazine of Sri Ramakrishna Math, … Continue reading

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Comparing Hindu and Christian After-life Concepts

Every religion has the concept of after-life existence, which depends on the way the person has led life. Here I give a comparison of Hindu and Christian concepts. I am presenting here the analysis that I have done based on … Continue reading

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What is the Goal of Life?

People of other religions, and often Hindus themselves, are confused about what is the Ultimate Goal of Life according to Hinduism. This confusion arises because Hinduism caters to people of various levels of spiritual development. Though Hinduism puts forth a … Continue reading

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What my teacher learnt from his teacher

Swami Paramarthananda ji on Lessons from his Guru, Pujya Swami Dayananda ji’s Teachings INTRODUCTION : On the auspicious occasion of Pujya Swamiji’s satabhishekam, I would like to share some thoughts. I consider myself extremely fortunate to be a disciple of … Continue reading

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