Living by our own values is challenging enough, but in a polarized world it takes even more strength of mind and heart than usual. There is something for people of all philosophies and faith stances in this little volume.
DBF, a venerated spiritual organization, celebrated the 114th birthday of Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan in person for the first time after COVID-19. The highlights were question and answer sessions, darshan, choir bhakti, and Self-realization ceremony.
Lord Jagannath is an abstract, fluid deity. He is widely considered to be a representation of Lord Krishna Himself, while in some subcultures (Shaiva and Shakta traditions) He is a tantric roopa (form) of Lord Bhairava.
Ganesha's timeless appeal has been captured to perfection in this watercolor by artist Tulsi Das Vimbark. From the chubby limbs in their usual stance to the characteristic pot-belly of the indulgent laddoo-lover.
Lord Hanuman with five faces staring in different directions is the most magnificent, powerful, and revered form. He assumed this form when he was assigned the responsibility of protecting Lord Ram’s life.
A Mandala is of great importance in Hinduism and Buddhism, representing the universe. The Sanskrit meaning of mandala is ‘circle’ symbolic of fullness and that life is never-ending and everything is connected.
The article helps you in identifying the reason for all your problems. A small change in your attitude and approach has power to change your entire life for the good. And that is why great people like Manvir Singh Khalsa.
The tall, beauteous, and stately Lakshmi Ji blesses the devotee with plenty. The wife of none other than the great Vishnu, She presides over wealth which is the necessary means to His function of preserving creation.
A multitude of lamps to fill your space with light and sattvaguna. This classical-style Indian lamp would be a valuable addition to any traditional Indian home. It features a long stem of uniform thickness along the center.