Vedic Management

Spirituality & Adhyatma: Are They Same?

Vedic Sanskrit word Aatmana or Atman is often translated as Spirit by a great many people. And hence the science, or knowledge, of Atman – Adhyatma - is translated as Spirituality. But is that an accurate translation?

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How Value is killed in the name of Valuations

It is easier to create imaginary valuation than real value. The easiest way to destroy our future is to ignore our lessons of the past and disengaging ourselves from the present.

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Satya & Mytha: The Nature of Truth & False

Our Conscious Self, i.e. our own true self, or Aatmana is the place of perpetual stability, whereas everything else is fluctuating and considered Mithya. Even the planets and stars will undergo change and will cease to exist someday but the truth of who we are remains eternal. Operating from an identification of this awareness, that we are Satya at the core of who we are, helps to interact with change without reacting to it for more dynamic and sustainable results.

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70th Birthday of a Living Rishi – Dr David Frawley a.k.a. Acharya Vamadeva Shastri

Special Tribute to Dr David Frawley a.k.a. Acharya Vamadeva Shastri on his 70th Birthday by U. Mahesh Prabhu.

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Why Kootaneeti is Now More Important than Ever?

The Neeti offers Dharmic guidelines for individuals to conduct themselves wisely in a familial, social, organizational, and national setup. Rajaneeti is the Dharmic guidelines for an individual to adhere when in the position of leadership. Rajaneeti is also a Vedic approach to Politics. The objective of Rajaneeti, according to Bhartrihari is also to “… ensure people are persuaded, by all means possible, to understand and follow to Dharma.” When people fail to adhere to these Neetis - they often end up being abusive, corrupt, and dictatorial. This drives that specific society, organization and/or nation in a state of chaos. Recovering such organization from the depth of an abyss with minimal force and maximum intellect is the Vedic Art and Science of Kootaneeti. 

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Ekaanth: The Power of Solitude

Since time immemorial people have often feared isolation. Nobody likes to live isolated and, therefore, seeks the constant company of people. Solitude is synonymous to loneliness – a lack of feeling that something is missing, a pain, a depression, a need, an incompleteness, an absence. They relate isolation to pitch darkness – a state of disconcertment. What people often forget is that even people can make them lonely. Therefore, various Vedic scriptures suggest, one should learn to establish a friendship with one’s self through Ekaanth and then there’s no way for himself to feel lonely.

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Life Lessons from Krishna in Vyasa’s Mahabharata

The name Krishna, or Vasudeva Krishna, has become synonymous with the Bhagavad-Gita. But not many may know that it was not named so by the Krishna Dwaipayana Vyasa a.k.a. Veda Vyasa a.k.a. Vyasa, author of Jaya which eventually came to know as the Mahabharata. As a matter of fact the …

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The Yoga of Management

Yoga is known to many as an exercise, posture, and meditation. This kind of Yoga is called Astanga Yoga which happens to be a small part of larger Yogic Knowledge practiced and professed by Yogic seers.  The Sanskrit word Yoga comes from the root word Yuj which means to link or connect, it can also mean Path. One of revered Vedic scripture – Bhagavad Gita – offers significant insight into this subject. Each of Bhagavad Gita’s 18 Chapters teaches 18 different Yoga which could be interpreted in a way as to find balance, happiness, success as well as opulence in our corporate life. Here’s my perspective of this timeless wisdom for business leaders and managers to attain their full potential:

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The Vedic origins of Rationalism

Does Vedic literature, starting from the Vedas, Aranyakas, Upanishads, Ramayana, Mahabharata, up until Arthashastra, qualify as “religious” scriptures? Do they, in any way, promote misguided ideas like blind beliefs? Are they bereft of rationalism? Do they discredit rationalism? Or are they built on the very foundation of rationalism? To answer …

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The True Nature of Vedic Knowledge & Wisdom

The Vedic texts are neither theist nor atheist in nature. They are beyond the petty ideas that are born of hating, fearing, or confused human mind. Everything the Vedic texts professes is for bettering our lives. You do not have to leave your existing faith to accept or understand Vedic precepts. There is no need for you to convert to Vedic faith – as there is nothing as such. Therefore, be that Yoga, Ayurveda, Dhyana, Pranayama, Rajaneeti, or any other knowledge which stem from Vedic text is a universal knowledge that is also a world heritage.

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RISHI TALES 2: 21 Ancient Sanskrit Tales Translated & Retold by U. Mahesh Prabhu | Author U. Mahesh Prabhu | Foreword by Dr. David Frawley ~ Available on Amazon.COM 

KAUTILYA: UNDERSTANDING THE COLOSSAL GENIUS (Volume 1) | Author: U. Mahesh Prabhu  – Available on Amazon.com


ESSENTIALS OF VEDIC WISDOM FOR BLISSFUL LIVING  ~ ANNIVERSARY EDITION| Author: U. Mahesh Prabhu | Foreword Dr. David Frawley ~ Available on Amazon.COM



RISHI TALES 1: 21 Ancient Vedic Sanskrit Tales Translated & Retold by U. Mahesh Prabhu | Author: U. Mahesh Prabhu | Foreword by Dr. David Frawley ~ Available at Amazon.COM 

ESSENTIALS OF VEDIC WISDOM FOR BLISSFUL LIVING | Author: U. Mahesh Prabhu | Foreword Dr. David Frawley ~ Available on Amazon.COM

TIMELESS TALES OF A WISE SAGE: VISHNU SHARMA’S PANCHATANTRA RETOLD | Author: U Mahesh Prabhu | Illustrations: Shantheri Bhat ~ Available on Amazon.COM 

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