• Indian History
    .. maniShA pa.nchakaM (with translation) .. Ê Introduction ManIShA panchakam was written by Jagadguru Adi Shankaracharya. A biography of Shankara and his other compositions of vedic literature can be found in the shankara.itx document. Shri Shankara has been criticized by modern western scholars...
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  • Understanding and Resolving the Roots of Conflict based on Vedanta Philosophy expressed through Adi Shankaracharya’s ‘Nirvana Shatakam’
    conflicts in life at various levels easily Adi Shankaracharya was a great saint, lived for only 32 years but contributed significantly to the world of Hindu philosophy by writing many books and commentaries on Veda, Vedanta, Geetha and many Great Scriptures. Some of his great works are Vivek Chudamani...
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  • Hindu Project
    both on India and on the West at all cultural levels. Among these Hindu religious leaders, Adi Shankaracharya or Adi Shankara was known as an Indian philosopher whose great work was combining the doctrine of Advaita Vedanta, a sub-school of Vedanta. His teachings are based on the unity of the soul...
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  • Five Holy places in India
    Enlightenment. Mahabodhi Temple is the temple built in 3rd century at the very place where Lord Buddha attained enlightenment. Char-dham Hindhuism 2) Char-dham (Hindhuism):- Char-dham are the four sacred temples that Adi-Shankaracharya created back in the 8th century in four directions to mark...
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  • Secularism
    dilemmas of dalit politics. I will begin by posing the problem with reference to two recent essays by Sumit Sarkar. In his book, Writing Social His- tor3y, Sarkar devotes an entire chapter, "Identity and Difference: Caste in the Formation of the Ideologies of National- ism and Hindutva" to the...
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  • Swarnavalli
    : Themonism proposed by Adi Shankaracharya is continued here with adored deities Shri Lakshminrisimha, Shri Rajarajeshwari (Shri Sharadamba), Shri Chandramouleeshwara, Shri Ratnagarbha Ganapati, Shri Ganga-Vishweshwara, Shri Vyasa Maharshi, Shri Shankaracharya and the Samaadhis  (vault) of...
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  • Masonry
    A HINDU VIEW OF MASONRY (Bro. DR.M.VAMSHIDHAR) Lodge Concord No.204 Contents 1. Prologue 2. Objective of Essay 3. Introduction 4. Masonic voyage of Candidate 5. Epilogue A Hindu View of Masonry “We are not human beings having a spiritual...
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  • Pythagoras
    believed to have been built by the Pandavas and is almost 1000 years old. The present temple built in 18th century A.D. by Adi Guru Shankaracharya lies adjacent to the site of an ancient temple built by Pandavas. ...
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  • Technology of Sprituality
    perform complex surgeries and magical healings thousands of years back. In the field of metallurgical science, we were also best. The iron pillar at the courtyard of the Qutub Minar and one in kullur near Banglore which was built to welcome Sri Adi Shankaracharya is the example of our...
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  • religions
    are the best known. Diwali celebrates the victory of good over evil.There are about 954,045,852 Hindus around the world. Learders: Adi Shankaracharya is a philosopher _____________________________________________________________________________________ Atheists are people who believe that...
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  • Religious Education
    . Four of the holy places have been established by Adi Shankaracharya (a saint) and it signifies a farsightedness of vision towards national integration as they are situated at the four corners of India, making the devotees criss-cross the country. Benares:- is the most sacred among the holy places...
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  • Temples of Gujarat
    -storey edifice gradually rises to a height of 170 feet. The spire is unique for the view it presents and the experience it induces. Beautifully sculpted sandstone wall enthralls the visitors and the ambulating devotees. On the west side of the temple is the seat of Adi Shankaracharya, the great...
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  • Pm Essay
    dilemma whether or not to kill his relatives and friends in the battlefield of Kurukshetra. There are 700 verses (slokas) in eighteen Chapters in The Bhagavad Gita which can address spiritual, mental, intellectual, and health problems of mankind. Adi Shankaracharya, Sri Ramanujacharya, Sri Madhvacharya...
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  • hinduism andi chiristianity
    role in the temple traditions. The temples do bring people together and create a sense of oneness. But they have no control over the religious lives of Hindus. Adi Shankaracharya began the tradition of religious Matts in different parts of the country, each headed by a religious leader. But they do...
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  • Insider and Outsider Perspectives on Adidam
    on Adi Da’s alleged abuses. Religious scholar Scott Lowe is among the most prominent voices for anti-Adidam websites. Briefly an Adidam devotee, he published an essay on his personal experiences, speculations and testimonies of other devotees whom he spoke with called, “The Strange Case of...
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  • Essence of Buddhism
    following in India was significant. From the Gupta period Hinduism seems to have undergone a revival, partly under the patronage of the Gupta kings. Buddhism then onwards was definitely on the decline. The intellectual onslaught of Brahmanic philosophers like Adi Shankaracharya seems to have had its toll in...
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  • Role
    Critical Survey. New York: Barnes & Noble. p. vi. ^ Jump up to: a b The Seven Spiritual Laws Of Yoga, Deepak Chopra, John Wiley & Sons, 2006, ISBN 81-265-0696-2, ISBN 978-81-265-0696-5 Jump up ^ Sri Adi Shankaracharya, Sringeri Sharada Peetham, India Jump up ^ Cite error: The named reference Biography_of_Sri_Adi_Shankaracharya was invoked but never defined (see the...
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  • My Essay
    , September 21st, 2009 at 7:39 am and is filed under Essays. 4 Responses to “250 Word Essayadi Says: November 17th, 2009 at 5:34 am this is the subject of the essay i have to write? can you guys do it for me? how does it work? Identify the major surface muscles located in...
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  • Wholesale Payments System
    following essay will explain the main reason the RBA introduced RTGS for wholesale payments and how RBA helped to maximize the efficiency of the system’s use of liquidity. ESSAY Real-Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) is an accelerated money transferring system established by the Reserve Bank of Australia...
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  • Payment Instruments
    Introduction Payment instruments are fundamental to the economy’s functioning since they are used to settle most transactions. A set of instructions is used to settle retail transactions whereas wholesale financial market transactions are settled by RTGS instruction. Essay The most important...
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