Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 2, Verse 30

"Dehī nityam avadhyo ’yaṁ dehe sarvasya bhārata
Tasmāt sarvāṇi bhūtāni na tvaṁ śhochitum-arhasi"

Translation in English:

"O descendant of Bharata, he who dwells in the body is eternal and can never be slain. Therefore, you should not grieve for any creature."

Meaning in Hindi:

"हे भारतवंश के संतानों! जो शरीर में वास करने वाला है, वह नित्य है और कभी नष्ट नहीं हो सकता है। इसलिए, तुम्हें किसी भी प्राणी के लिए शोक करने की आवश्यकता नहीं है।"

In this verse, Lord Krishna gives a deep understanding of the eternal nature of the soul. He assures Arjuna, a descendant of Bharata, that the individual soul, or  embodied self, is eternal and indestructible. The soul is eternal, it can never be killed or destroyed.  
 Lord Krishna's teaching emphasizes the difference between the physical body and the eternal soul residing in it. The body is temporary, subject to birth and death, but the soul is eternal and beyond  mortality. Reminding Arjuna of the eternal nature of the soul, Lord Krishna consoles him and advises him not to grieve over any being. He encourages Arjuna to rise above attachment to temporary physical forms and recognize the permanent nature of the soul. 




  This verse has a deep meaning because it deals with the basic fear of death and loss. Lord Krishna assures Arjuna and all of us that the true self, the eternal soul, cannot be damaged or destroyed. This understanding frees us from the fear and sadness associated with the temporary nature of the physical world. 


 Furthermore, this teaching encourages us to view all beings from the perspective of the eternal soul. It reminds us that behind the diversity of physical forms is the unity of consciousness. This understanding fosters compassion, empathy and a sense of oneness with all living beings. 

 Realizing the eternal nature of the soul, we can calmly approach life's challenges and losses. We can accept the impermanence of the physical body and focus on fostering our spiritual growth and understanding our true nature.  
This verse invites us to contemplate the profound reality of the eternal soul and encourages us to shift our focus from the temporal to the eternal. It reminds us that we are spiritual beings having a human experience and encourages us to live with  deep  purpose, love and detachment.

 


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।

होली का त्योहार हिंदु धर्म के प्रमुख त्योहारों में से एक है जो पूरे भारतवर्ष में धूमधाम से मनाया जाता है।

होली के दिन सभी लोग अपने सारे दुख भुलाकर एक दूसरे को गले लगाते हैं और रिश्तों में प्यार और अपनेपन के रंग भरते हैं।

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.

मथुरा, उत्तर प्रदेश

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Khalsa Legacy of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the Teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, and the Miri-Piri Concept"

Sikhism, a buoyant and egalitarian religion from the Indian subcontinent, is rooted in the teachings of spiritual leaders called Gurus. Among these gurus, Guru Nanak Dev Ji and Guru Gobind Singh Ji are especially important to Sikh self-identity, values, and beliefs due to their profound teachings. This essay will discuss the lives as well as lessons left by each guru individually; it will focus on three events such as: the spiritual awakening of Guru Nanak Dev Ji; Miri-Piri concept introduced by Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji; transformative creation Khalsa community under leadership of Guru Gobind Singh ji.

Guru Nanak Dev Ji: Life and TeachingsBorn in 1469 AD (now part of Pakistan), Guru Nanak Dev Ji was not only the founder of Sikhism but also its first among ten gurus. He lived a life that was marked by spiritual enlightenment, deep compassion for all living beings and strong commitment towards ensuring unity among people.

Early Years and Wisdom: Mehta Kalu Chand or Mehta Kalu (father) and Mata Tripta (mother) gave birth to him at Talwandi which is now known as Nankana Sahib. Since his early years, he exhibited an introspective character; even then he had been challenging conventional wisdom while showing great concern over theological matters.

श्रीकुरम कुरमानाथस्वामी मंदिर आंध्र प्रदेश में श्रीकाकुलम जिले के गारा मंडल में स्थित एक हिंदू मंदिर है।

यह हिंदू भगवान विष्णु के कूर्म अवतार को समर्पित है, जिन्हें कूर्मनाथस्वामी के रूप में पूजा जाता है।