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10 Qualities and Characteristics of The Wise

So, how do we know if someone is wise or otherwise? It’s a simple question with a complex answer. Wisdom is not ingrained – people are seldom born wise. For wisdom to dwell in an individual, (s)he must nurture specific qualities besides accumulating knowledge and insights over the years. There are a few characteristics which could help us in determining if a person is truly wise:

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The Right Approach to Understanding Vedic Knowledge & Wisdom

Theists are those who think God is an individual being who’s omniscient, omnipotent and omnipresent. There also are some theists who think God is the one who resides in heaven and relays his message(s) through prophets, angels, and good omens from time to time. Atheists are the people who don’t …

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The Abuse of Yoga

Bhogi is the antithesis of Yogi. While Yogi maintains detachment (not to be confused as being bereft of love) and is at eternal peace with a perpetually happy mind; Bhogi is one who is addicted to worldly pleasures and in every way manifests the Arishadvargas. Bhogi thinks about the loss of his possessions or sources of happiness and lives in fear and insecurity, he abuses his body and turns eventually turning into a Rogi (diseased) being before meeting a distraught death.

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Understanding Economy from the Vedic Perspective of Karma

In Vedic (or ancient) India, kings and their counsellors were first taught Artha Sutras, which, in very simple terms, explained complex connections between people’s pursuit of happiness, good conduct, the meaning and relevance of well-earned wealth, it’s relativity to governance, and the best suitors to hold key positions in government, and the like. In simple terms, these Sutras, or axioms, explained the connection between economics, politics, and diplomacy. That was also because, unless an individual understands those three subjects, it’s virtually impossible to understand a leader’s role, let alone deliver on it effectively.

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Mahantam: The Vedic Interpretation of Greatness

Mahantam is Vedic Sanskrit word meaning Greatness. It consists of two words, namely: Maam or Self and Hantam or End. Therefore, Mahantam is also an absence of selfish desires and ego. Not surprisingly, according to Vedic knowledge and wisdom, a selfish person can seldom qualify as Great.

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Jealousy – the greatest slayer of wisdom and wealth

Jealousy is detrimental. It’s a travesty that our education systems preaches it to be almost otherwise. Since our education system is based on the logic of comparing achievement of one with another it in significant way harnesses it at every step of the way. When we see that someone is doing better than us – we first begin by being jealous of them and we do things to prove them otherwise. We cheat, use deceit and retort to almost anything without letting wisdom prevail. Jealousy may make us to do ultimate damage to our adversaries - once; but every moment we carry this jealousy in our mind – we are a living hell.

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Vedic, Aztec & Mayan: The Unmistakable Cultural Similarities Between Three Ancient Civilizations

In 1940 a Buddhist Bhikshu (monk) named Chaman Lal authored & self-published a book entitled “HINDU AMERICA.” His objective was to reveal the forgotten “immortal links” of ancient Indian (read Vedic) civilization with the Aztec and Mayan civilizations of Mexico along with the Ayar-Inca rulers of the Ayar Empire. The …

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Chaturanga: The Lost Wisdom from a Lasting Game of Chess

Chaturanga or Chaduranga is the predecessor of Chess. As played on an 8X8 unchecked board, Chaturanga was also called Ashtapada. It is, probably, the first strategy board game ever invented. Although we cannot be sure if the rules of the Chess and Chaturnaga are the same, what we can be …

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Kritajnata: Gratitude and Appreciation vis-à-vis Dopamine and Serotonin

Why do people work so hard? Why do they earn all the money exhausting every ounce of energy within? Why do they pursue a path mired with stress, strain, pain, and discontent? Did you say happiness? If so, what is happiness? Are they Emotions? Of course, happiness is an emotion. From where do these emotions emanate from? Thoughts that stimulate such emotions stem from words; not just any words but words of appreciation; one that provides a sense of gratitude. It is the expectation to receive such words that most people do what they do. The expectation is the key. It is the sum of the essence of all the actions pursued by people.

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What is Artha? Why is it important?

By Dipika Mehra Most people translate Vedic Sanskrit word Artha as Wealth. And Wealth for the majority of people around the world implies material possession and currency. This is by far a very narrow definition of Wealth. Artha essentially signifies abundance, which is not limited to currency alone. Besides, Artha …

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