VHP visit World Hindu Parisad

HINDU WORLD HAS TO UNITE AND WORKING TOGETHER FOR A BETTER HINDU IN THE FUTURE

“Hindu community is closely tied society but need more united and cooperated each other into a better and bigger movement and activity to revitalize Hindu in every country.  At least, there 1.3 billion of Hindu of the world, spreading over 120 countries. Hindu contribute an important and significant to the world civilization, a balance of scientifically, spiritual, and cultural aspects”, said Mr. Prashant Hartalkar, Central Secretary of Visva Hindu Parisad, at the meeting with World Hindu Parisad Chairpersons on April 22nd, 2016.  President of WHP, Ida Pedanda Gede Ketut Sebali Tianyar Arimbawa and Secretary General, Prof. Dr. Made Bakta together with The head of WHC Dr. Ketut Donder and other important persons, friendly welcome The respected VHP leader and the delegates.

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THE IMPORTANCE OF GURU IN OUR LIFE

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Mother gives the first birth to a child. We come into the world through the mother. But second birth is through the Guru. The master delivers you the knowledge and skill.

We all play the role of teacher, guide, guru, but when the spiritual knowledge is so total, that one is called Sathguru. An Acharya (teacher) gives knowledge and Guru gives height of awareness and makes you alive. Acharya gives information; Guru gives intelligence, an awakened intelligence.

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PRANAYAMA

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Prāṇāyāma (Sanskrit: प्राणायाम prāṇāyāma) is a Sanskrit  word alternatively translated as “extension of the prāṇa (breath or life force)” or “breath control.” The word is composed from two Sanskrit words: prana  meaning life force (noted particularly as the breath), and either yama (to restrain or control the prana, implying a set of breathing techniques where the breath is intentionally altered in order to produce specific results) or the negative form ayāma, meaning to extend or draw out (as in extension of the life force). It is a yogic discipline with origins in ancient India.

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OM KARAM

Om ( Auṃ or Oṃ, Sanskrit: ॐ) is a sacred sound and a spiritual icon in Indian religions. It is also a mantra in Hinduism,Buddhism and Jainism.

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Om is part of the iconography found in ancient and medieval era manuscripts, temples, monasteries and spiritual retreats in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. The symbol has a spiritual meaning in all Indian dharmas, but the meaning and connotations of Om vary between the diverse schools within and across the various traditions.

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Nava Vidha Bakthi

Nava Vidha Bakthi

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Vasudeva paraa Vedha Vasudeva paraa Magha :
Vasudeva paraa Yoga Vasudeva paraa: Kriya:
Vasudeva Param: Gyanam Vasudeva Param Thapa:
Vasudeva Paro Dharmo Vasudeva Paraa Ghathi.

Knowledge’s final Destination is always Sriman Vasudevan. Vedas too proclaim this as destination. Our actions, Deeds, Yoga, Meditation, and Knowledge all should converge to THE LORD’s feet as form of Surrender. We should take steps for that only. Though there are many ways to attain LORD’s Feet, the love socked with Bhakti is the only bridging path between the LORD and us.

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LOVE IN ACTION

“Love is neither sentiment nor emotion. Love is energy.”– Sri Sathya Sai Narayana

LOVE IN ACTION
Some of my best and greatest teachers have been embodiments of love. They teach through example. My grandmother, Eva, gave me good lessons. Regardless of my childish and often egocentric ways she’d always wrap me in her thick, warm arms and give me absolute and total unconditional love. I’d bury my head in her flower print cotton dress and whatever troubled my heart would fade in an instant. She may have taught me some of the greatest lessons about how to put love into action. They came through her in waves of loving energy that I will never forget.
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