Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 2, Verse 17

"Avyaktādīni bhūtāni vyaktamadhyāni bhārata
Avyaktanidhanānyeva tatra kā paridevanā"

Translation in English:

"That which pervades the entire body, know it to be indestructible. No one can cause the destruction of the imperishable soul."

Meaning in Hindi:

"जो सम्पूर्ण शरीर में व्याप्त है, उसे अविनाशी जानो। कोई भी अविनाशी आत्मा के नाश का कारण नहीं बना सकता।"

In this verse, Lord Krishna enlightens Arjuna about the nature of the soul, which is eternal and imperishable. He asserts that the soul pervades the entire body and is not subject to destruction. The physical body may disappear, but the soul remains intact. 

 



 
Lord Krishna addresses Arjuna as "Bharata", naming his lineage as a descendant of King Bharata. He emphasizes the importance of understanding the eternal nature of the soul and its difference from the perishable body. 


 This verse reminds Arjuna and all humans that the true essence of our existence is immortality in the  soul. 

 

It teaches us to detach  from the temporary nature of the physical world and focus on our eternal spiritual nature. Acknowledging the indestructibility of the soul helps us face life's challenges  with courage and calmness.


Importance of Islamic Holidays and Celebrating Faith

Islamic festivals are important among Muslims from all corners of the world because their role is to bring about spiritual wellbeing, unity and happiness. Eid al-Fitr is one of the most celebrated Islamic events together with Eid al-Adha and Mawlid al-Nabi that mark significant developments in the history of Islam as well as the faith’s fundamentals. This is a comprehensive guide that explores deeply into the meanings behind these major Islamic holidays, their rituals and spiritual dimensions for better understanding on importance in Islamic religion and culture.

Eid al-Fitr:Also known as “the festival of breaking fast,” Eid-al Fitr marks the end of Ramadan – the holiest month in Islamic calendar. It is a time of great joy: prayers, feasting, giving to charity, etc. On this day, Muslims across the world start off by attending Eid prayer before exchanging greetings and gifts with friends and family members. In short, it also acts as a moment of reconciliation where forgiveness prevails within Muslim societies. Similar acts like sharing traditional meals and Zakat al-Fitr (alms giving) make people more generous towards others on this day.

Jainism in the Current Age Overcoming challenges and Understanding Chances

Jainism is facing many difficulties and possibilitie­s now. These change how Jains live­, act, and matter today. Globalization and modern life impact Jains. The­y must also preserve the­ir Jain history and traditions. Jains deal with intricate issues. The­y need wise thought and active­ involvement. Here­, we explore Jainisms comple­x present-day dynamics in depth. We­ look at influences shaping its evolution and approache­s addressing 21st century complexitie­s.Globalization impacts cultural identitie­s worldwide:Our modern era brings incre­ased connections across nations and people­s. This process, globalization, enables cultural e­xchange, diverse inte­ractions, and economic cooperation worldwide. Though it ope­ns doors for cross-cultural dialogue and sharing, globalization also challenges traditional practice­s and beliefs. Jain communities must now navigate­ preserving their he­ritage while adapting to a globalized re­ality. Western influence­s like materialism may conflict with Jain principles of simplicity, non-posse­ssion, and non-violence. There­ are concerns about cultural dilution and losing unique ide­ntities.

Modern days and te­ch growth change many parts of human life, including religion and spirituality for Jains. Te­ch gives chances and challenge­s for keeping and sharing Jain teachings. On one­ side, digital spaces and social media ope­n new ways to spread Jain values and conne­ct with people worldwide. But, te­chs big influence may cause distraction, gre­ed, and move away from Jain ideals of simple­ living. Also, some tech like AI and biote­ch raise questions about ethics and if the­y respect the Jain be­lief of non-violence and re­spect for all life. 

इस्लाम धर्म में ईद-ए-मिलाद नाम का मुस्लिम त्यौहार भी आता है, इस्लामिक कैलेंडर के अनुसार इसे एक पवित्र महीना रबी-उल-अव्वल माना जाता है

ईद-ए-मिलाद के दिन पैगंबर मुहम्मद ने 12 तारीख को अवतार लिया था, इसी याद में यह त्योहार जिसे हम ईद-ए-मिलाद, उन-नबी या बारावफात मनाया जाता है।

जानिए ईद-उल-फितर के इतिहास और महत्व के साथ, भारत में कब मनाया जाएगा ये त्योहार।

चांद दिखने के हिसाब से ही ईद मनाने की तारीख तय की जाती है। लेकिन ईद मनाने के साथ-साथ इसके इतिहास से भी वाकिफ होना जरूरी है। जिससे इस पर्व का महत्व और बढ़ जाता है।

सिक्खों के छठे गुरु हरगोविन्द सिंह जी को सिख धर्म में वीरता की एक नई मिसाल कायम करने के लिए भी जाना जाता है।

गुरु हरगोविन्द सिंह जी ने सिख समुदाय को सेना के रूप में संगठित होने के लिए प्रेरित किया था, उन्होंने सिख धर्म में एक नई क्रांति को जन्म दिया, जिस पर बाद में सिखों की एक विशाल सेना तैयार की गई।