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शुक संदेह

सी. राजागोपालाचारी “परमात्मा सर्वव्यापी है। लेकिन कुछ लोग उसे विभिन्न मूर्तियों और शिव-लिंगों में बंद करके रखना चाहते हैं। नाना-रुपी मूर्तियां बना कर वे उनकी पूजा करते हैं और अपने को शैव, वैष्णव आदि भिन्न-भिन्न मतावलम्बी बतलाते हैं !” एक कौवे ने अपने पास बैठे तोते से इस प्रकार अपना मत प्रकट किया। कौवा मंदिर […]

Vipassana has slowly, steadily grown on me

By Ila Vedi It has been 15 years since the first time I stepped into Vipassana, a world I can scarcely fathom living without now. In a world dictated by instant gratification, searching for a way of life that delves into its deeper meaning. The first step is to accept the pleasure, and also its […]

The humble Beetroot: panacea for many health issues

When buying vegetables no one looks at the humble beetroot. It is neither a fruit, nor a vegetable. Yet it is a life giving, life promoting shall we say here vegetable. In Australia we find it in our burgers at Macdonalds, and is sold in tins at a very cheap price at supermarkets. Beetroot is […]

Sydney Padayatra 2018 – pilgrims walking for farmers

By Manju Mittal ‘Let’s Give Hope’- a non profit Sydney organisation walk2temple team organised annual event Padayatra which proved to be quite popular. This year the event Padayatra was held in Sydney on 29th September, 2018. It was a free event to all the members of community in general to participate and enjoy walk with […]

Oza’s discourse on Bhagwat Puran overflowing with emotion

By Neena Badhwar Shrimad Bhagwat Katha was being told to Sydney audience for the last eight days by respected Ramesh Bhai Oza in Minto. Thousands came to listen to the discourse which at times overwhelmed not just the audience but the story teller (kathvachak) too. His voice would break at places, love flowing through his […]

Neeru Saluja in conversation with Sister Shivani in Sydney

Neeru Saluja talks to Brahma Kumari Sister Shivani on her first tour to Australia. Watch the full interview where she tells us how to manage overthinking, stress and dependence on technology.

Thoppu-Karnam – Super Brain Yoga

By Devaki Parthasarathy I was very mischievous as a child. In school I was found standing on my seat more often than sitting on it! Now many years later as I sit and reminisce I remember the punishment I got at home… “Thoppu Karnam”. Unfortunately (and now I think, fortunately) it was daily ritual for […]

Sister Shivani energises Australia

By Neena Badhwar Sister Shivani is the flavour of the month in Australia as she zips across the country through the cities of Perth, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart and Gold Coast. Thousands turn up to her talks. Here we are a witness to her following in Sydney when she came and talked to […]

Meditation – it’s so simple

By Dr. Rishi Jamdagni Meditation is a process that is supremely logical. It is a practice where an individual trains mind, inducing a level of consciousness that is separate from their normal state. It enables them to introspect and experience the chaos and calm within themselves. This combination of technique and physical posture, when practised […]

Like the Sun’s warmth, Yoga is everywhere

By Vijay Badhwar Nearly 100 participants stretched and breathed life into Fourth International Day of Yoga on June 24 at the Indian Consulate in Sydney. Following Yoga postures on a screen in front, produced by the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India, and instructed by an inspiring teacher, young and old alike practised the ancient […]

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