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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 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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King Bharat’s Dilemma vis-à-vis Pandava’s Paradox

One of the common questions posed about the Mahabharata is, “How did Yudhishthira, Bhima, Arjuna, Nakula and Sahadeva – who weren’t born to Pandu – all come to be known as Pandavas (sons of Pandu) and claim the throne of Hastinapur over legitimate 100 sons of Dhritarashtra (elder brother of Pandu?” This article by U. Mahesh Prabhu tries to answers this question in depth.

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The Legend of Rajgurus

When Vedic King Bharata, soon after his coronation, declared, in loud voice, "Adandosmi! Adandosmi! Adandosmi!" (meaning: I am unpunishable!); his Rajaguru Bharawaja replied in an equally loud voice, "Dharmadandosi! Dharmadandosi! Dharmadandosi!" (meaning: Dharma will judge you!).

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Uprooting Weakness and Awakening Power: A Vedic Kautilyan Perspective

The complexities of Vedic texts led to substantial misnomers. When people were unable to understand concepts, their interpretations were fictional – leading to scores of mythological tales. These misnomers and mythological ideas confused people further and away from Vedic knowledge and wisdom. There were either renunciates or extreme materialists. Although there were many Vedic seers who insisted on balance to be the perfect path – or Yoga – their logic was too confusing. Politics, therefore, became a domain of extreme materialists and greed-filled individuals.

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SEM Interviews Dr David Frawley

The following interview was originally published by SWISS ENTREPRENEURS MAGAZINE Dr David Frawley a.k.a. Vamadeva Shastri is a world-renowned author, thinker, speaker as well as visionary in the field of Yoga & Ayurveda. Born in USA he spent a great many years of his life travelling across the length and …

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Analysing President Xi and China

Exclusive column to Vedic Management Center by Dr David Frawley with U Mahesh Prabhu “When there’s peace within, there’s peace in everything we do. In the absence of peace, we create chaos.” Those are the words of a little known great Indian emperor who eventually renounced everything to seek a …

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Vedic Management in the Planetary Age

Exclusive to Vedic Management Center by Dr David Frawley (Vamadeva Shastri)  We would all be much happier in life if we could discover a simple system of management in order to bring harmony to our complicated lives, extending to our ever growing and quickly changing inner and outer, individual and …

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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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Vidura’s Colossal Wisdom

Exclusive to Vedic Management Center by U. Mahesh Prabhu Who’s Vidura? According to Vyasa’s Mahabharata, Vidura was the half-brother to the kings of Hastinapura – Dhritarashtra and Pandu. His biological parents were Vyasa and Shudri, a lady-in-waiting to queens. Ambika and Ambalika were married to King Vichitravirya of Hastinapura. When …

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