Religion_Belief

The Legend of Rajgurus

This article is part of the latest book by U. Mahesh Prabhu – Kautilya: Understanding the Colossal Genius. The book is available on Amazon.com.  When Alexander ‘The Great’ was in Aryavartha (as India was known), he had just defeated Puru (corrupted as Porous), the ruler of a small kingdom on …

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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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Vyasa’s Wise Trio: Bhishma, Vidura and Krishna

The path of religion is paved by negating logic and reason; the path of Dharma is with logic, reason as well as wisdom. Exclusive to Vedic Management Centre by U Mahesh Prabhu “With respect to Dharma, Artha and Kama, what is here may be elsewhere; but that which isn’t here …

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Prof. Wang Zhicheng appointed Hon. Director

Jul 9,17by Mahesh Prabhu

Prof. Wang Zhicheng is appointed as Hon. Director of Vedic Management Center. Prof. Zhicheng is also translating U Mahesh Prabhu’s first book Essentials of Vedic Wisdom for Blissful Living into Mandarin (Chinese). Prof. Wang’s brief profile  Wang Zhicheng,Professor of Philosophy of Religion, is director of the Institute of Religious Studies …

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Source of ritual and tradition

Long ago, a village in northern India was facing a severe rodent infestation. To counter the menace almost every house purchased cats at handsome prices. However, during the Ganesha Chaturthi – since the mouse (also a rodent) is considered a vehicle of Ganesha – the elders of the village decided to …

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Fear Factor

There is an interesting story about the goddess of disease, who was went  from village to village making people severely sick. However, in one village, the village goddess stopped her from entering since she was morally bound to protect them. The goddess of disease argued, “It is your Karma (virtue) …

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Reinterpreting Vedic Knowledge and Wisdom

Exclusive to Vedic Management Centre by U. Mahesh Prabhu 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 …

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Fundamentals of Rajaneeti: Vedic approach to Politics

At a time when the “best” of political approach seem 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 …

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Ekaanth: Power of Isolation

Since time immemorial people have often feared isolation. Nobody likes being isolated and, therefore, seeks constant company of people. Isolation is often compared 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 – …

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Vedic approach to stress and crisis management

The following column by U Mahesh Prabhu was first published by BW Businessworld. The mind is an important element in any situation. Its functioning has consequences; beneficial or otherwise. According to various Vedic scriptures, it has been established that a healthy mind leads to a healthy body; conversely, an unhealthy mind …

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