Monday, June 1, 2009

INDIASPIRITUALITY Blog Intro – About Us

Updated on 24-Sep-2017

|| Hari OM ||

Namaste

Dear Divine Souls,

INDIASPIRITUALITY is dedicated to provide PURE, DISTILLED and UNADULTERATED preaching of Great Saints. This Blog focuses on

Basics of Spirituality:

Advaita Vedanta Basics, Vivek Choodamani (Chudamani), Tatva Bodh, Prakaran Granth, Selected Verses of Advaita Vedanta. 

Teachings of Great Saints 

Has post dedicated to teachings of great saints like Sri Ramakrishna, Sri Ramana Mahrshi, Jagatguru Sri Abhinav Vidyatirth Mahaswami of Sringeri Matha, Jagatguru Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi, the 68th Sankaracharya, Swami Ramsukhdas ji Maharaj  and other saints


Lives of Saints:


Sri Ramakrishna, Sri Ramana Maharshi, Sri Nisargadattaji Maharaj, Swami Chinmaya, Station Master, Sri Sarada Maa, Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi or Amma, Anandamayi Ma, Swami Vivekananda, Sri HWL Poonja, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, Sri Brahmachaitanyaji Majaraj, et al.

Inspirational Quotes by:

Sri Ramakrishna, Sri Ramana Maharshi, Swami Tadrupanand, Swami Vivekananda, Lord Buddha, Sri Yukteshwar Giri, Paramhansa Yogananda, Paramhansa Hariharananda, Sri Nisargadattaji Maharaj, Swami Rama, Sant Jnaneshwar, Swami Ramsukhdas ji Maharasj, Jagatguru Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswathi, the 68th Sankaracharya, Sri Swami Sivananda, Swami Chinmaya,  and other saints. Quotes from shastras like Bhagavad Gita.

Other Articles Related to Indian Spirituality

Articles on topics like Spirituality, Bhakti, Meditation, Prayers, Q and A, Advaita Vedanta Basics, explanation of some verses from shastras with or without traditional commentaries. 
Contains a series on chakras, psychic energy centres, as described by Paramhansa Prajnanananda (परमहंस प्रज्ञानन्द Paramahaṃsa Prajñānanda, paramahaMsa praGYAnanda)

Wallpapers

Collection of Wallpapers with Photo of some saints like Sri Ramakrishna or simply quotes of great saints or from shastras. 


Sister Websites


Understanding Advaita is a website dedicated to removing  mis-concepts about our guru Śrī Ādi Śankarāchārya jī and traditional Advaita Vedanta. Site contains quotes from Sri Ramana Maharshi as Author is influenced by Maharshi's Works. 


For explaining Basics of Advaita Vedanta, a page Understading Advaita is created which attempts to explain advaita in simple way. 

A special page adhyAropa apavAda is dedicated to explain advaita vedanta from this POV (Point Of View)

Other pages dedicated to different topics like 'Meditative Journey of an Advaitin' and various quotes from shAstras supporting advaita are also published. 

Home Page gives short description of each Page.


Hindu Dharma also known as Sanatan Dharma (सनातन धर्म, Sanātana Dharma, sanAtana dharma)


This site is dedicated to explain Hindu Dharma from Traditional POV (Point Of View). It attempts to explain various aspects unique to Sanatan Dharma like Multiple Gods, IshTa devatA, Belief in past lives and Rebirth, Basic texts of Sanatana Dharma, different types of yogas, 5 bodies, chakras and nadis, mantras, Idol Worship, jivan mukti (eternal freedom while still living in physical body), etc


Blogs by Friends



This is a blog by my brotherly friend. I am not author to this Blog. He has great knowledge in Shaivism and Sanatana Dharma in general. Site came up as a response to counter false narrative which aims to denigrate the Status of Lord Shiva in a zeal to prove Lord Vishnu as Supreme Godhead.


This blog contains articles which some readers may not like. However, it has many insightful articles and some very unique like the


The unassailable glory of lord Bhuvaneshwara – the primordial Skambha supporting the worlds, which contains Skambha Sutra, an Atharvavedic hymn which explains Siva as skahbha or stambha, a divine pillar of infinite length whose beginning or end is not traceable. It is a pillar of consciousness.


Another article worth noting is  The Imperishable Glory of Lord Kameshwara – The Primordial God of Desire. This article contains Maheshvara Sutras which explain origin of Universe from Siva's Damru and relates it to various alphabets. Author has taken pain to explain Nandekshwara's Kashika on Maheshwara sutras which explains mAtrikA shrushTi i.e. creation from mAtrA-s i.e. aksharamala or alphabets.


Third article-series worth note is Translation of unique Siva gItA of padma purANa with Sanskrit original.



As the name stands, this Blog is really Adbhutam (wonderful). It is an excellent, unique blog. This blog is not for laymen. Readers are expected to have basic knowledge in traditional Advaita Vedanta. It is written by a very knowledgeable Advaitin in a scholarly way.


It focuses on expounding teachings of Advaita Vedanta using commentaries by various traditional AchArya-s like Sri Adi SankarAchArya jI, Sri madhusudan sarasvatI ji, Sri appaya dikshita, and other saints. It also has posts that defend advaita philosophy by refuting objections raised against it by providing quotes from scriptures and from shAstra-s. Nothing out of shAstra-s is being said.

AUM


4 comments:

kishore Mohanty said...

I m interested to heard/watch hindi discourses of swami tadrupanandji saraswatiji and to serve him part timely but cannot get his email id or mobile number to get permission for the same.

Indiaspirituality Amrut said...

Namaste,

I do not know if Swami Tadrupanand ji delivers talks in Hindi frequently. I am not in contact with him. His discourses can be found at youtube https://www.youtube.com/user/Tadrupanand

Address and contact details can be found at

http://www.manan.us/

Param Pujya Swami Tadrupanand Sarswati

Manan Ashram
Near Sardar pool
Jadeshwar, Bharuch 392011
GUJ
INDIA
Phone: 011-91-264-23230518

Hope this helps.

Hari OM

tribhuwan kirola said...

We really in need of this beautiful platform for sharing spritual education.

Thank for your sharings.

Simplyhindu said...

Reading this blog is a delight.

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