I've written a bunch of short stories over the past few years. Some are in print and some are on the internet somewhere. In these new uncertain times, I'm taking the opportunity to experiment with a new format and try out an audio story. In this podcast, I read out the story of Krishnabai.
I didn't know much about Adi Sankaracharya until recently when we went on the Narmada Parikrama, a 3500 km walking pilgrimage. Adi Sankaracharcya lived around the 8th century AD and is considered to be responsible for consolidating many of the ideas which are today known as Hinduism. The advaita vedanta philosophy or rather the advaita … Continue reading Meaning of Nirvanashatakam – Shivoham Shivoham
I wonder what gives one inspiration to write? Today morning, after a bath and breakfast, a beautiful wave of serenity engulfed and when I sat in front of the computer screen, I thought of penning down a post listing down all the female gurus that have inspired my life. I made an initial list which … Continue reading Stories of female spiritual gurus to inspire our journey
A lot of wise men and women have realised some phenomenal aspects of work, what do they have to say? Thanks to the folks at MelbourneChapter.net for this beautiful rendition of a meditating saint “When the work is done, and one’s name is becoming distinguished, to withdraw into obscurity is the way of Heaven.”Lao Tzu … Continue reading The wise folks on work