Category Archives: Hindu

Spirituality and Morality

Spirituality is often associated with morality in most people’s minds. This is the norm in today’s language. From my experience with various Spiritual Masters and paths, spirituality does not have much to do with morality. Are these paths/Masters encouraging people … Continue reading

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Interesting Experience in Swami Nithyananda’s Ashram

Famous Saints/Spiritual leaders or “God-men” (as they are derogatorily called by the Indian Media) have always been a subject of huge controversy in India. As a teenager I had grown up listening to Satya Sai Baba bhajans from my neighbor’s … Continue reading

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Hinduism – Form and Formless Worship

Most urban Hindus, mainly the youth,  really don’t care much about their religion. This is especially true for those who have been brought up in a more “Western/Scientific” culture. In a certain way, I feel this is a good thing … Continue reading

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