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Tantra is a wide range of methods of worship to the deity. It is not about sex, meat, or alcohol. These could help you, but they are not the goal. The goal is to succeed in the practice of the deity. Each god is a deity. We believe in various gods. Tantra relates to more of worship of Shakti.” And how exactly is this established? Even in the core text itself there are enough references where highly powerful Kshatriyas and Brhamins like Vyasa (whose father was a Brahmin and the caste-system was based on patriarchy) regarded Krshna as godlike. Moreover, if the later day Brahmins were trying to usurp the story into their fold, why would they add the story about Krshna dissuading the people of Vraja from worshiping Indra, who was clearly one of the chief Vedic gods? Or the episodes where Krshna appears to the wives of the brahmin priests, partakes of the food offered and gives them a blessing whereas their husbands themselves were unable to succeed in their elaborate rituals? Would Brahmins, if this contention had any truth, ever include stories of Krshna which show their own rituals as insufficient? What “Brahmicial social ethics” is the author speaking of? He went to Badrikasharam in the Himalaya-s looking for a fight, because he had by then defeated every manner of being from human to godly to demonic. He had believed himself invincible when some high-souled Brahmin informed him that the two young-looking rishis in Badrikasharama are the truly invincible ones. Claim 2: “Brahmins seized upon the devotional cult of Vasudeva-Krishna and recognised it as a form of Narayana-Vishnu to infuse Brahmanical social ethics into this popular cult and re-establish their authority.” Claim 7: “It is in the Harivamsa (dated fourth century CE), a later appendage to the Mahabharata, that the Krishna-Abhira identification was given concrete shape.”

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In this episode, Krishnamurthy sir decoded the inner workings of the Indian government and dwelled upon his professional life. We talked about the ultimate focus of the Indian government, Pakistan’s economic crisis, why understanding global economics is important, and more. We also talked about how climate change can adversely affect the world in the coming decades and what the government thinks about it. Furthermore, Krishnamurthy sir reveals lessons from his professional life. Rajarshi Mudgal has also been cited for declaring to his wife that in her next birth she would have Five Husbands. And due to his words, his wife was born as Draupadi, the daughter of King Drupada in her next birth. Claim 3: “Thus, in this period, Krishna-Vasudeva was fused with Narayana-Vishnu and came to feature in the Mahabharata as a war hero and in the Bhagvada Gita as a preacher. Yet, the Mahabharata, in several places, reveals a hesitancy to accept a non-Aryan tribal deity as a higher god. This is why Krishna-Vasudeva is initially described as the incarnation of only a fraction of Narayana-Vishnu.”If, as the author claims, the Mahabharata came earlier and at a later date “brahmins seized upon the devotional cult of Vasudeva-Krishna”, then why exactly does the Mahabharata contain glorious references to Krishna? Not to mention the 10 thand 11 thchapter of the Gita where Krshna gets equated to the status of the Supreme Divinity of the Vedic people. In the 43 rdchapter of the Bhisma Parva, Vaisampayana, a brahmin priest officiating at the yagya ritual, considers the Gita as “Sarvashastramayi” – containing all the scriptures. This fight, however, continued in the next cycle where Dambodbhava incarnated into two beings – Duryodhana and Karna, while Nara and Nārāyaṇa came as Partha and Parthasarathy, thus eventually completing their unfinished work.

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Interestingly, while many other forms and deities are representative powers of various other-worldly ideas, or specific aspects of the world of duality, or supernal glories of a world of mystical and occult reality, or just a release into the life-denying reality of Moksha, Nara and Nārāyaṇa are supposed to be a Divine pair meditating on, well, dharma. A rajarshi may be described to be a king (raja) who adopted a path of devotion, thereby becoming a royal sage (rishi). A rajarshi does not have to leave the kingship to become rishi , as in the example of Vishvamitra (who later becomes a Brahmarishi), but could attain the status of a sage through self-realisation during his reign. A rajarshi still performs the duties of their kshatriya class, and remain similar to most rishis, maharishis, and brahmarishis descendants in their level of spiritual knowledge. [2] Another example of Rajarshi is King Janaka, who is said to have attained self-Knowledge from the ascetic sage Astavakra. All these processes are mentioned in the text. Through the mantra sadhana, you develop an intuitive ability to know what kind of result you will attain. You imbibe the karma of people through sex. If everything goes through the process, it doubles your power.” This was a very special episode for me because of the kind of information that I gained from this conversation. Milind Deora is someone who has studied the ins and outs of the Indian government and is here to share his unbiased opinions. I hope you enjoy this episode and let us know your thoughts in the comments section.By oversimplification, an unfortunate characteristic of our ever-rushing age, we have reduced a complex journey to mentally digestible tidbits used for polemics or propaganda, and thus made a “khidchi” of things. This blog is about tantric sex. When people hear the word tantra, a lot of people associate it with sex. Tantra is a set of practices or techniques originating from the sub-continent. Tantra is meant for your spiritual advancement. In Hinduism, we have Parabrahma. But the difference is that Parabrahma is neutral. We never made a temple or practices to worship him. You can worship the deity, and the deity embodies the power of Brahma. A sanyasi worships him to have a neural perspective of the world.” Thus, it was these same Rishis, who incarnated as one of the greatest pairs in our itihasa-s to re-establish dharma and leave an effect so profound that millenniums later we still adore their colloquy that transpired in the battlefield of Kurukshetra.

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But this trajectory of dharma, or yoga of karma, is not the only unique idea in the Gita. The second most brilliant idea is that of the Purushottama. While the Upanishadic ideas have the story of the two birds on a tree, one eating and enjoying, while the other stoically watching, the Gita uses similar imagery to describe the two status of the Purusha in man and then goes onto add a third important condition – the purushottamah, that is even greater than the kshara and akshara purusha, where the Divine experience is both static and dynamic. Tantra & The Occult - Powerful TRUTHS Explained By A Tantric - Rajarshi Nandy: https://youtu.be/2XyqCRARqmk In this episode of The Ranveer Show, we have Rithwik Subramanya; an MBA graduate from the University of Bath, one of the premier institutes in Europe. He is the owner of Subbu Publications which is dedicated to promoting Indian ethos, tradition & values and this publication has published over 50 books and has 20+ scholars in its portfolio. He also runs a baking & food processing company that has spread across Karnataka with 18 stores.The only people who expressed any hesitation in accepting Krshna were his enemies: Sishupala, Duryodhana and his brother, Jarasandha etc. But that is to be expected if one follows the narrative of the texts. Whereas the Rishis, who were brahmins, always regarded Krshna as a Divine Being, the Mahabharata is also replete with references to Krshna as one of the greatest Aryas, which BTW is not a racial term. In the Gita itself, in the second half of the text, he compares himself to the Vedas. During the official coronation of Yudhisthira, it was Krshna who advised him to perform the Aswamedha to establish his authority. These are all core Vedic rituals. Therefore, from which angle does Krshna become a non-Aryan, assuming the flawed and junk racial theory is indeed true? To put some more cold water into this fantastically absurd theory, Krshna also spoke the very Brahminical language called Sanskrit. Now chew on it! And once again, do remind us how exactly did Krshna become non-Indian, non-Hindu, or non-Aryan, or whateverfancy term is in vogue nowadays? Also Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj of Kolhapur(26 June 1874 – 6 May 1922) is known as Rajarshi Shahu. During his rule in Kolhapur State from 1894 till death in 1922, he worked for lower caste, education to all, social reforms, reservation, agriculture reforms & much more. Abduction of women was a common practice in the Mughal era too. Akbar the great maintained a harem of over 300 women as per records. So does that mean Krshna was a Turko-Mongol prince? In the era of monarchical kingdoms, abduction of princesses for the purpose of marriage was a phenomenon widely practiced across the world. A very Aryan Kshatriya price Bhisma abducted the three princess – Amba, Ambika and Ambakila – for the purpose of getting them married to Vichitravirya. Does it make Bhisma a member of the Ahirs or Vrshnis? By faulty logic just about anything can be proved. Such proofs, however, have little or nothing to do with the truth. When we use the term Karma, we basically refer, more often than not, to the karma-phala– the results of karma. One view of this law, and the most popularview,is that there is a law of justice in Nature, which mechanically ensures that every individual will face the consequences of his actions, good or bad, at some point in the future, even if it is in another lifetime. Therefore the arrangement of the gráha-s (not planets, the original meaning is “graspers”), at the moment of birth are indicative of thekarmaphala, which the soul is likely to experience as a result of its actions in previous incarnations. This then is the philosophical crux on which Jyotiṣa revolves.In theorythere are further subdivisions of these karma-phalas. Some aredrida– fixed, some areadrida– shifting, and some a mixture of the two. Those which aredrida, according to the theory, cannot be changed and have to be experienced for good or bad, while the rest can be tamperedwith,if one chooses one’s course of actions wisely. Added to this, is the idea of karmic debts,cursesand blessings, etc and a wide sub-range of further classifications.



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