By Satya Kalra
By Navina T. Satish,Bertram Prof. Dr. Dr. Schmitz
By Shri Purohit Swami
By Laura Amazzone
By Alf Hiltebeitel
In Indian mythological texts just like the Mah?bh?rata and R?m?ya?a, there are recurrent stories approximately gleaners. The perform of "gleaning" in India had extra to do with the house-less wooded area lifestyles than with residential village or city lifestyles or with amassing residual post-harvest grains from cultivated fields. Gleaning may be noticeable a metaphor for the Mah?bh?rata poets’ paintings: an artwork which could have incorporated their demeanour of gleaning what they made the leftovers (what they discovered priceless) from many preexistent texts into Vy?sa’s “entire thought”—including oral texts and probably written ones, reminiscent of philosophical debates and stories.
This e-book explores the proposal of non-violence within the epic Mah?bh?rata. In interpreting gleaning as an ecological and non secular philosophy nurtured as a lot by means of hospitality codes as by means of consuming practices, the writer analyses the benefits and boundaries of the ninth century Kashmiri aesthetician Anandavardhana that the dominant aesthetic sentiment or rasa of the Mah?bh?rata is shanta (peace). Mahatma Gandhi's non-violent examining of the Mahabharata through the Bhagavad Gita also are studied.
This publication by way of one of many leaders in Mah?bh?rata stories is of curiosity to students of South Asian Literary experiences, non secular stories in addition to Peace reviews, South Asian Anthropology and History.
By Mukunda Goswami
By R. K.N. Bali
By Maggi Lidchi,Grassi
• attracts from the Bhagavad Purana, the Bhagavad Gita, the Mahabharata, and India’s sacred oral culture
• indicates how the tales of Krishna’s existence are expressed with such simplicity and humor that they allow anyone--man, lady, or child--to see the knowledge of his teachings
• presents a worthy meditative software that permits the teachings of those tales to light up from inside
Krishna, the most loved characters of the Hindu pantheon, has been portrayed in lots of lighting fixtures: a god-child, a prankster, a version lover, a divine hero, an exemplary ruler, and the ideal Being. In The entire lifetime of Krishna, Vanamali, a number one Krishna professional from an extended line of well known Krishna devotees, presents the 1st e-book in English or Sanskrit to hide the whole diversity of the avatar’s existence.
Drawing from the Bhagavad Purana, the Bhagavad Gita, the Mahabharata, and India’s sacred oral culture, Vanamali stocks tales from Krishna’s start in a dungeon and early days as a merry trickster in Vrindavana, via his time as divine ruler at Dwaraka, to his ultimate strong acts because the hero Arjuna’s charioteer and guru within the Kurukshetra conflict. She explains how Krishna turned a mahayogi, the best of all yogis, and attained entire mastery over himself and nature. by way of integrating the hero-child with the mahayogi, the playful lover with the divine ruler, Vanamali exhibits how the tales of Krishna’s lifestyles are expressed with such simplicity and humor that they allow anyone--man, lady, or child--to see the knowledge of his teachings.
This entire biography of the guy who used to be additionally a god presents a precious meditative instrument permitting Krishna’s classes to light up from within.
By Swami Sivarama