Adi Guru Sankaracharya, Guru, Mathomathis, Veda Vyasa, Vedas, Vedas, Vedic Rishis...

Vedic Rishis / Indian Saints – Maharishi Veda Vyasa 

A Quotes from Swami Sivananda –  “Who is a saint? He who lives in God or the Eternal, who is free from egoism, likes and dislikes, selfishness, vanity, mine-ness, lust, greed and anger, who is endowed with equal vision, balanced mind, mercy, tolerance, righteousness and cosmic love, and who has divine knowledge is a saint. In the following article – Mathomathis would like discuss about one of the well-known sages…

Adishakti, Agnihotra, Atharvana Veda, Brahmavadini, Empowerment, Harita Dharma Sutra, Hinduism, ...

Empowered Women – The Vedic Path 

Mathomathis would like to present an article on Empowered Women – The Vedic Path by Nandita Das, Received : 20.08.17; Peer Reviewed : 14.09.17; Accepted : 26.09.17. The empowerment of women is a very relevant question of our time which has its own share of multiple ramifications and controversies. Though the term empowerment is a fairly modern term, it has a number of very strong precedents in oriental traditionalism. The…

Advaita Vedanta, Hindu philosophy, Parasara Maharishi, Sanatana Dharma, Vyasa Maharishi

Vyasa Maharishi | Parama Gurubhyo Namaha 

The term Vyasa in Sanskrit language means “compiler” and Vyasa Maharishi/Saint/Guru is an important figure in most vedanta dharma/tradition and so called today as “hindu” tradition. He is sometimes called Veda Vyasa i.e. “One who classified the Vedas” or Krishna Dvaipayana. Guru Vyasa is the author of the important epic in vedanta dharma which is “Mahabharata“. He is also a character in it. He is considered to be the scribe…