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Sri Satya Sai Baba by p_gopi_krishna
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Sat Sep 8, 2018 6:16 am (PDT) . Posted by:


The Lord does not insist on all following one path and accepting one discipline. There are many doors to His mansion. The main entrance is, however, moha-kshaya (overcoming attachment). This is what Krishna exhorted Arjuna to achieve. Arjuna lost heart and allowed the bow to slip from his hand, because he was overwhelmed by delusion. Krishna demonstrated to him that the kinsmen whom he dreaded to kill, his teachers and all those whom he loved and hated, were all instruments of His will, puppets pulled by His Hand. This destroyed his attachment and he resumed his task, without any attachment to the consequences. That made Arjuna the recipient of the greatest lesson in history. This lesson is valuable for the theist as well as the atheist, for both have attachment to the consequences of their tasks, an attachment which will colour their eagerness and double the distress when disappointed. Sri Satya Sai Baba

Sat Sep 8, 2018 7:20 am (PDT) . Posted by:


Swamiji attached so much importance to this work of dissemination of spiritual knowledge that even when there was a financial crisis in the Ashram, he refused to slow down the tempo of work on the publication side. He was willing to shut down the kitchen, but, not the press. "We can all of us go to the Kshettar and live on alms" he would say, "but the Jnana Yajna must go on". In 1949, the budgetary position became too tight and some inmates had to be asked to leave. Still Swamiji would not economise on book production. "For me the printing of books is the greatest necessity" he said, "All other works have a secondary value". About money required for mailing the free copies, he remarked, "If there is no money for postage, we shall keep all the almirahs open and let visitors and pilgrims take whatever they want". ���⒠�� Sri N. Ananthanarayanan

Sat Sep 8, 2018 8:45 am (PDT) . Posted by:


Sensuality erodes both our tendency and our capacity for spirituality

If we are to travel from place A to place B, we need the tendency and the capacity to make the journey. Tendency refers to the inclination to travel, which may arise by knowing place B���⒠��s attractiveness. And capacity refers to the energy to travel, which may arise by eating food or fueling our car.

Similarly, in our inner journey from material consciousness to spiritual consciousness, we need the necessary tendency and capacity.

How do we get spiritual tendency? Through spiritual knowledge. Gita wisdom explains that we are souls, parts of the supreme soul, Krishna. Whatever pleasure sensual indulgence can provide, we can get far more pleasure by becoming lovingly absorbed in him. Understanding this kindles within us the desire to move towards Krishna.

How do we get spiritual capacity? Through spiritual realization. If we apply the Gita���⒠��s knowledge and connect with Krishna by practicing bhakti-yoga, we experience higher happiness, which energizes us to keep endeavoring in our journey towards him.

However, while practicing bhakti, if we keep indulging in sensual pleasures, such indulgence erodes both our knowledge and our realization (03.41). Sensual indulgence fills our consciousness with tempting sense objects, relegating spiritual knowledge to the distant background. Moreover, such indulgence inflames within us dreams and schemes for similar indulgence, thereby deadening our spiritual receptivity and negating our spiritual realizations.

When we feel spiritually apathetic, how can we recover? Gita wisdom helps us see that apathy positively ���⒠�� apathy is a natural consequence of sensual indulgence; it is not evidence of our spiritual hopelessness. Why not? Because Krishna still loves us, notwithstanding our sensuality and spiritual apathy. And he still remains accessible to us through bhakti practice.

With spiritual optimism, when we practice bhakti-yoga to connect with all-pure Krishna, we will gradually become purified, progressing towards eternal joyful absorption in him.

Think it over:

How do we get the tendency and the capacity for spirituality?

How does sensuality erode our tendency and capacity for spirituality?

How can we see our post-indulgence spiritual apathy optimistically?

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Sat Sep 8, 2018 9:23 am (PDT) . Posted by:


Pilgrimage to Dwarka Dhama

Who would not like to visit Dwarka dhama, which gives refuge even to the monsters, demons and titans, and which is never left by the son of Devaki, Lord Sri Krsna? The mere thought of going on pilgrimage to Dwarka liberates the devotee and his ancestors from their sinful activities. Each step taken on the path of devotion to the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Sri Krishna gives one virtues similar to that of ashwamedha yagya, as performed by Bali Maharaja at Kurukshetra.

One who offers prasadam to a pilgrim on his way to Dwarka is benedicted just like one performing shraadh at Gaya. Similarly, the Lord blesses one who gives shoes to a pilgrim going to the holy dhama at Dwarka. A pilgrim who listens to a narration of the pastimes of the Lord or sings devotional songs, or performs charitable works while on his way to Dwarka is greatly blessed.

The temple of Lord Krsna in Dwarka is as high as the peak of mountain Kailash, and gleams as brightly as the white clouds. A man who gets the divine sight of Dwarka is supreme. Getting sight of the flag and golden Kalash atop the Dwarka temple liberates the devotee from the various kinds of sinful activity, including the killing of insects and worms by trampling under the feet, consuming another���⒠��s food and water, etc.

One should proceed to Sridhama Dwarka while singing songs of praise to Lord Dwarkadish. First offering salutations to Lord Ganesha and Balarama without washing the feet, and afterwards offering obeisances and taking darshan of Lord Krsna liberates one from all sins committed during childhood, adolescence and youth.


There are five G���⒠��s associated with pilgrimage to Dwarka dhama: Gomti, Gomay bath, Go-daan (donation of cow), Gopi-chandan and having darshan of Gopinath. These acts of the pilgraim are very rare and should all be executed by the pilgrim, if possible.

After having the darshan of Lord Krsna, the pilgrim should have darshan of the sacred River Gomti, the mere glimpse of which liberates one from his sins. The virtues of taking a holy bath at Kurukshetra during a solar eclipse and taking a holy bath in the Gomti are similar. The ancestors who have gone to the hell named ���⒠��Raurab���⒠�� or who have taken birth as lowly creatures get liberated if the water of Gomti is offered to them.

Taking bath in the Gomti, one gets the virtues similar to performing ashwamedha yagya, as the accumulated sins of thousands of years get destroyed, and three generations of ancestors may go to the abode of Vishnu. Having darshan of Gomti destroys all sins committed by thoughts, words and deeds.


Near the sea at Dwarka are seen stones and rocks with marks of wheels (chakra) on them, the sight of which gives one salvation. Such rocks with the mark of chakras are worshipable, and give the devotee a feeling of being in the vicinity of Lord Vishnu Himself. All sins committed by thoughts, words and deeds are destroyed if one bathes in the holy water of Chakrateertha.

Rukmini Hrid

The seven ponds known collectively as Rukmini Hrid are considered to be the bestower of salvation and the destroyer of all the sins. They are also known as Bhrigu-teertha due to the sage Bhrigu���⒠��s long association with this place. Taking a bath at Rukmini Hrid frees one from the cycle of birth and death.

Vishnupadodbhava Teertha

A person who gets darshan of Vishnupadodbhava teertha is benedicted with virtues similar to those acquired from taking a bath in the holy Ganges. Remembrance of this pilgrimage and singing of devotional songs in praise of Vishnupadodbhava teertha destroys all one���⒠��s sins. The Ganges, which were manifested by Lord Krsna for Rukmini, are known as Vishnupada. Rinsing of one���⒠��s mouth by its water, one gets benefits similar to that of executing ashwamedha yagya.

Nearby Vishnupadodbhava teertha is situated the Gopi Sarovar. By bathing in these sacred waters, one gets the virtue similar to that of donating a cow. It is believed that Lord Krsna along with other transcendental personalities took bath here in the month of Shraavana. Traditionally, one makes the donation of a mat here on the twelfth day (dwadashi) of every month.

Maya Sarovar

The great demon Maya is famous in all the three worlds for his illusionary powers. This reservoir, Maya Sarovar, was constructed by him and hence it bears his name. The mere touch and sight of this reservoir frees a man from all bondage and fulfills all desires of the devotee. The performance of tarpan by its water benefits the ancestors, and making donations in the name of Lord Krsna helps the devotee and his ancestors to gain the Lord���⒠��s abode.

Gopi Sarovar

Once the Gopis requested Lord Krsna to create a pilgrimage site for them so that they too could achieve salvation by meditating on His appearance, singing devotional songs, etc. while staying there. Lord Krsna agreed to their request. Pointing towards a reservoir situated near Maya Sarovar, He said: ���⒠��Look at this reservoir whose water is as pure as the heart and mind of a gentleman. This reservoir has been constructed only for you and will become famous by your name.���⒠��

Again the Gopis requested Lord Krsna to make the reservoir as His abode, as all the worlds (Bhur loka, Bhuva loka, Swarga loka), all the austerities and charities are situated in His very abode. According to the Gopis, goddess Saraswati and goddess Laxmi have their abodes in His mouth and chest, respectively.

One attains the supreme destination by devotionally taking bath in the Gopi Sarovar and performing tarpan to the ancestors and the Deities, and giving donations. By performing shraadh here, a man���⒠��s desire for getting a son may be fulfilled. One who takes bath in the holy water of Gopi Sarovar attains whatever he desires ���⒠�� salvation or the heavenly planets.

Brahma Kunda

When Lord Krishna unburdened the earth from all the sinners and brought the virtuous people to the path of virtuosity, he came to Dwarka. At Dwarka Indra, Varun, Yama, Kuvera, Surya and Candra came to meet Him for the accomplishment of their respective works. After that, Lord Brahma created a pilgrimage site in his own nam,e which became famous as Brahma teertha. Pilgrimage to this place is the destroyer of all sins.

Chandra Sarovar

After seeing Lord Brahma creating a pilgrimage in his name, the moon too imitated him and created a place of pilgrimage, which is also a destroyer of sins. All the deities became pleased after seeing this radiant pilgrimage and said that whoever takes a bath or performs tarpan in the holy water of this pilgrimage will become prosperous and free from all sins. Following the footsteps of Lord Candra, Indra and Varun also created pilgrimages in their respective names.

Panchanad Teertha

Hearing about the arrival of Lord Krsna at Dwarka, the sage Marichi and many others came to Dwarkapuri. Here they had a darshan of Dwarkapuri and took bath in the River Gomti. They established a pilgrimage called Panchanad, at the confluence of five rivers. River Gomti came at the invocation of sage Marichi and River Laxmana came at the invocation of Sage Atri. Similarly River Chandrabhaga, River Kushawati and River Jambavati came at the invocations of sage Angira, Sage Pulah and sage Kratu, respectively.

One who aspires for heaven and salvation must take bath in this holy place.

Siddeshwar Linga

When Kumara sages Sanak, Sanandan, etc. came to know about the arrival of Lord Brahma, they came to see him. Lord Brahma said to them: ���⒠��Sons, Lord Vishnu is pleased by such a man who worships Lord Shiva, and he (Lord Vishnu) does not accept His own worship if Lord Shiva has not been worshipped. Hence, we must worship Lord Shiva.���⒠��

After that, the four sages established a Shiva linga, which came to be known as Siddeshwar linga. The sages also constructed a well nearby, which is famously known as Rishi teertha.

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Sat Sep 8, 2018 9:50 am (PDT) . Posted by:

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Dear Friends,

I conducted a ���⒠��Two-Day Sanskrit Workshop���⒠�� successfully on 21st & 22nd July, 2018 at Hyderabad. I give below its Report for your information. I also give here some Photographs related to the said Workshop for your viewing pleasure.

--Dr. Y.N. RAO,
Workshop Facilitator


A ���⒠��Two-Day Sanskrit Workshop (Level-I)���⒠�� under the banner of Sri Aurobindo Foundation for Indian Culture (SAFIC), Puducherry was organized very successfully by Dr. Y.N. Rao, a renowned Linguist from Hyderabad on 21st & 22nd July, 2018 in the premises of ���⒠��Sri Aurobindo Bhavan���⒠��, Hyderabad (Telangana), India.

The Workshop was attended by 50 (Fifty) participants in the age-groups of 9 to 80 (both gents and ladies including one child) from then Twin Cities of Hyderabad/Secunderabad and Jagtial (Telanganan) besides New Delhi, Gurgaon, Nagpur (Maharashtra, Bengaluru (Karnataka), Visakhapatnam (Andhra Pradesh), Kakinada (Andhra Pradesh), Vijayawada (Andhra Pradesh) and Dubai (U.A.E.).

Both theory and practice of various Scientific aspects including Pronunciation related to the Devanaagarii Script were covered during both the days of this Workshop. Sanskrit Vocabulary, Chanting of a few selected Mantraas/Shlokaas/Devotional Verses, singing of a few Nursery Rhymes/Songs, etc. in Sanskrit and Spoken Sanskrit were the other highlights of this two-day Event. Mr. G.B. Shakti, a Sanskrit Volunteer from Bengaluru extended his active support during the Spoken Sanskrit Periods.

On 21st July, 2018, the Workshop was started at 10:00 A.M. with the chanting of ���⒠��OM���⒠�� Mantra thrice followed by observance of silence for a minute.

While Mr. Premchander, Chairman, Sri Aurobindo Society (SAS), Hyderabad chaired the Inaugural Function, Mr. Srinivas Mulugu, Secretary, SAS, Hyderabad welcomed the participants hailing from various places, mother-tongues and age-groups and gave a brief introduction about SAFIC, Puducherry. In his Presidental Remarks, Mr. Premchander stressed the need to learn the Sanskrit language by one and all.

The Valedictory Function of this Workshop was held on 22nd July, 2018 from 5 P.M. onwards. Mr. A.H. Prabhakara Rao, President, Veda Samskruti Samiti, Hyderabad graced this occasion as its Chief Guest.
The Function started with ���⒠��VEDAPATHANAM���⒠�� by two Vedic Pandits, followed by the rendering of Prayer by all the Participants.

Mr. A.H. Prabhakara Rao after briefly explaining importance of the Divine Language - Sanskrit, vividly explained the relationship between the Sanskrit and other Sciences. He further advocated that every citizen of our country should invariably try to speak in Sanskrit. He professed that the Sanskrit would be the National Language of our country ���⒠�� India!

Later, the Chief Guest handed over Certificates to the participants. This was preceded by valuable Feedback by the participants, when all expressed their happiness and full satisfaction over the Venue, Arrangements, Topics covered and Interactivity (Participation, Discussion, etc.) related to the Workshop in question. Dr. Y.N. Rao, Course Fecilitator offered a ���⒠��Vote of Thanks���⒠��.

The Workshop concluded with the chanting of ���⒠��OM���⒠�� Mantra thrice followed by observance of silence for a minute.

���प॒�रिय ���मित॒�राणि,

���ऒ�हऒ� ���ह॒�दराबाद ���नऒ�र॒� 2018-���वर॒�षस॒�य ���ऒ�॒�ल॒�-���मासस॒�य 21-22���तम-���दिनाऒ�॒�ऒ�य॒�ऒ� ���ऒ�ऒ�ाऒ� ���द॒�वि-���दिवस॒�य-���सऒ�स॒�ऒ�॒�त-���ऒ�ार॒�यशालाऒ� ���सफलतया ���ऒ�ालितवान॒� ���। ���तत॒�सम॒�बन॒�धितऒ� ���विवरणऒ� ���भवताऒ� ���स॒�ऒ�नार॒�थम॒� ���ऒ�धऒ� ���ददामि ���। ���ऒ�ऒ�॒�त-���ऒ�ार॒�यशाला-���सम॒�बन॒�धितानि ���ऒ�तिपय-���ऒ�ित॒�राणि ���ऒ�पि ���भवताऒ� ���सन॒�दर॒�शनानन॒�दनार॒�थम॒� ���ऒ�त॒�र ���ददामि ���।
���⒠��स॒�वतन॒�त॒�रतादिवसस॒�य ���श॒�भाशयाऒ�⒠�� !
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