Religion

Reinterpreting Vedic Knowledge and 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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Bandhu & Bandhanam: The Vedic Wisdom on Relationships

Relationships are bondage, indeed. But not all bondages are bad. Relationships that can give us peace, help us pursue our paths with limited distractions are always welcome.

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Daridryam, Dhanam & Dhanyam: From Poverty to Prosperity to Perpetual Bliss

Every Vedic Rishi has declared Poverty, or दारिद्र्यं (Daaridryam), as the greatest disease, or व्याधि Vyaadhi, capable of crippling not just the body but also the mind. The objective of Vedic education, therefore, was to primarily ensure Prosperity, or संमृद्धि (Samriddhim).

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A Rishi, a Dimwit and the Distortion of the Vedic Teachings

This ancient Vedic Sanskrit tale, translated and retold by U Mahesh Prabhu, explains how downright materialistic and heathen practices wrongly came to be known as "Vedic."

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The Fundamentals of Rajaneeti: Vedic approach to Politics

At a time when the “best” of political approach seems to be inadequate, it could certainly help to know about the Vedic approach to politics – Rajaneeti, where greater good was achieved by inspiring leaders to, first, better themselves. In today’s world where we’ve only narrow ideas of a “good politician”; Vedic principles offer insights with significant depth. This article by U. Mahesh Prabhu offers fundamentals of Vedic approach to Politics.

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Yoga Vasistha: Eternal Wisdom of Rishi Vashistha

After embarking on a long and tiresome pilgrimage Prince ‪‎Rama‬ of Ayodhya found himself disillusioned with the world. He was overwhelmed by the pains of the people he met during his travel and found the world around him to be gruesome. He was not sure why the world and life were …

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The king who relinquished his throne to teach a deserving student

An aging Brahmin was overwhelmed by his poverty. Without any wealth, he was respected neither by his relatives, nor his children nor his wife. All that he wanted was to find a way to earn enough wealth to win back his dignity and respect in the society and family. He …

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Kautilya on Rajyanarha: 10 Unmistakable Qualities of a Person Undeserving of Leadership

राज्य (Rajya) in Vedic Sanskrit means Administration. A great many translators of Kautilya’s Arthashastra have translated it as Nation-State, State, Country, etc. Kautilya a.k.a. Chanakya also uses a word called राज्यनर्ह: Rajyanarha. And because Rajya is misunderstood as Nation-State and Anarha mean Unworthy, Rajyanarha is often misunderstood as an individual unworthy of the state or citizenship. The correct translation of Rajyanarha, therefore, is a person unworthy of administration, power or Leadership. And according to Kautilya the following ten are unmistakable qualities of an individual unworthy of power:

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Kautilya’s Arthashastra on Personal Financial Security

A significant amount of people invest their energy today in building their careers, and organizations, in the hope to achieve a financially secure future. Starting from their schooling, college education until professional skill development, they invest heavily to achieve this end. And yet their lives are marred by insecurities and they often live overwhelmed by stress and anxieties. All the promises of “great jobs” of academia and “a promising future” of the employers tend to fall short and they eventually succumb to ideas such as “Life is unfair” and that “Financial security is a mirage.”  But, will that be an accurate assessment? Is there no way to earn financial security? Are they destined to suffer for want of adequate financial income? Such thoughts often end up yielding a sense of hopelessness, which in turn makes way for chaos in. They even doom people into thinking that things are “beyond reproach.”

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The Unmistakable Connection between Yoga, Ayurveda, Arthashastra & Vedic Management

Vedic Management, we teach at Vedic Management Center, is on the foundations of Yoga & Ayurveda. The idea is to create leaders. To lead, you will need a happy mind and a healthy body. As Kautilya states in his Arthashastra, “A person infected with the disease will only yearn for health,” that “without health, everything is in vain.”

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RISHI TALES 2 | 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

 

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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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