Bhagavad Gita: Swearing Oaths In Indian Courts

Hope everyone around the World is taking necessary precautions to stay safe and healthy. Today after few days thought about writing on using Bhagavad Gita for swearing oaths in Indian Courts. First of all it is a misconception that swearing in Indian Courts is done presently on the Holy Bhagavad Gita.The practice of swearing onContinue reading “Bhagavad Gita: Swearing Oaths In Indian Courts”

Inspirational Quotes from Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa

“Different people call on God by different names: some as Allah, some as God, and others as Krishna, Siva, and Brahman. It is like the water in a lake. Some drink it at one place and call it ‘Jal’, others at another place and call it ‘Pani’, and still others at a third place andContinue reading “Inspirational Quotes from Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa”

Training the Subconscious Mind

“Busy your mind with the concepts of harmony, health, peace, and good will, and wonders will happen in your life.” Today thought of writing something on Training the Subconscious based on my limited understanding of the Subconscious. I have read in various articles about how highly effective people around the world train and work on their subconscious to bear desired results. Let meContinue reading “Training the Subconscious Mind”

Understanding Self: My own perspective

Hope everyone around the world is taking utmost precautions to stay safe and healthy. I was quite occupied with my Office work lately and did not get time to write, however, this thought was crossing my mind since last few days and here i am writing on this topic: Understanding Self. First of all whateverContinue reading “Understanding Self: My own perspective”

Anger: Simplistic Approach

“Calmness is the cradle of power” —Josiah Gilbert Holland In the current situation of pandemic around us thought of writing something on “Anger” and our approach towards it. It is quite obvious that frequent anger is the root cause of most of our day to day problems and sends us into a state of completeContinue reading “Anger: Simplistic Approach”