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Ravi Chandran

Ravi Chandran

  • Classes of devotees.

    Lord Krishna has mentioned about four kinds of devotees. The first has been termed as Aarth (one who is distressed). The second is Artharthi,( one who aspires for wealth and material gains).

    The third Jigyasu are those individuals who are inquisitive to know about the identity of GOD. The fourth is Gyani, those who possess the transcendental knowledge of GOD and commits to devotional service to GOD.

    All these devotees indulge in devotion and worship but their nature of devotion would totally...  more
  • Tools for Immaculate Karma

    Lord Krishna declares in Bhagavad Gita that in this world, there is nothing incomparable and pure as divine knowledge. A person obtains the nectar of such knowledge after years of persistent and conscientious deliverance of righteous deeds (Parmarth Karma).

    Once a person reaches the state of divine trance and devotes himself into welfare service for the human kind then he/she develops the cognition that service to the human race is the ultimate devotional service towards GOD. The person would...  more
  • Unwise Karma

    Arjuna was completely drowned in the plight of self created notions when he saw his loved ones on the other side. Arjuna with tears of entreaty asked Krishna that if HE reckons that one should follow his intellect then why is HE advising him to get involved in a macabre war?

    Arjuna’s situation of mental disintegration was nothing new. A person gets entangled in the labyrinth of his own illogical thoughts which according to him are justifiably rational. It is in this state of deadlock in...  more
  • Source of Pure Karma : Worship

    Lord Krishna stated about the essence of devotion and worship. Lord emphasized upon the pious characteristics of Worship and reiterated that the fruits of actions are based on the quality of one’s actions. Lord Krishna gives a practical message by saying that if a person holds a condition while offering prayers then the result of his actions would be in the form of a condition and not completely favourable.

    It can be construed in a way that if platonic love exists between a married couple...  more
  • Spiritual bliss on Gurji's birthday

    In continuation with the dissemination of awareness about the existence of misery, grief, health problems in a human being’s life, it would be imperative to mention that with the imparting of courses by the Art Of Living in conjunction with the blessings of Guruji, the world is now getting into the mould wherein love, compassion, altruism and righteousness are getting back into the minds of the people and the mass is now in the mode of elimination of apathy. When we talk of world, prison...  more
  • A disciplined life

    Mind, as Lord Krishna says can be one’s best friend as well as the worst adversary. Lord states that it is a must for human beings to transform the mind to be their best friend. In order to make the mind one’ best friend, it is important to observe certain features which would purify the mind and remove its fickleness. Contentment, self discipline, silence, purification of mind by purging of complexes are austerities of mind.

    Contentment or satisfaction with whatever one has in possession....  more
  • Spirituality and Charity.

    The aspect that defines a divine personality is one’s penchant towards accumulate spiritual knowledge. In fact, it is just not the predilection but a resolute effort to acquire the spiritual noesis and tune a relationship with the Almighty Krishna.

    Real knowledge is the spiritual knowledge that works on self realization, rest are information. I here reiterate that only information is being downloaded in the educational institutions and not knowledge. Through information, academic...  more
  • Lord Krishna' abode : The ultimate destination.

    The home of GOD Krishna, the ultimate spiritual terminal always remains illuminated. HIS abode is not lit up either by moon or sun. It neither requires electricity nor fire to lighten up the place. The refulgence at the abode of GOD is unimaginable. Further, Lord Krishna stated that every living being is a part of HIS persona. Due to the administered and conditioned life, they are constantly struggling with the six senses, the epicentre of which is mind.

    Lord Krishna states that all human...  more
  • Silence : A calming source for the Soul

    Mind houses many complexes. One needs to assess the mind and if any defilement arises such as anger or aversion then through the practice of meditation and the inner strength, one needs to purify the mind. Once the mind gets purified then the person would be able to rise to the highest level of spirituality. Austerity of mind includes one major feature which is silence. In meditative sessions, silence is used as a major component to control as well as sharpen the mind and also to get rid of the...  more
  • Qualities of a Teacher

    Lord Krishna manifests another characteristic of a teacher. After having imparted with the ultimate knowledge, God asked Arjuna to assimilate the knowledge in order to strengthen his Karma. Thereafter, Lord gave him the liberty to do whatever he wishes to. However, Arjuna’s inherent nature of being an gallant soldier and a devout of Lord Krishna would never had allowed him to take a retrograde step.

    A good teacher would impart the essential knowledge to the students and ensure that the...  more

    Lord Krishna declared that HE is the beginning, middle and the end. Lord Krishna states that HE is illimitable. In chapter 10, Lord Krishna presents the verbal manifestation about HIMSELF.

    Lord Krishna described about HIS ubiquitous existence in the world. As in every family, the head of family is the preponderant figure and other family members feature as a cohesive enterprise. The family members do carry their respective powers of decisiveness but the final consent will always be provided...  more
  • The truth of somras

    In Bhagavad Gita GOD Krishna mentioned about consuming Somras by the learned who read Vedas. The entire language of GOD has been misinterpreted. Somras was never referred to as an alcoholic substance or any other intoxicant. Lord Krishna never recommended consumption of any intoxicant. How can intoxicants like alcohol, drugs and other inebriants cause welfare and salubriousness? Intoxicants grossly ruin a person’s health, com bust fracas in the household, wreak marital discord and tarnish a...  more
    • Gurender Singh