Self Study – Swadhyaya (November 2009)

Swadhyaya is a compound word made of ‘swa’ and ‘dhyaya’. Swa means self and dhyaya means study. Swadhyaya means self-study. It is the study of the Self by oneself. In Hinduism, it has several meanings, including study of the Indian scriptures (the Vedas, Upanishads, Gita, Ramayana etc.), chanting of mantras, singing bhajan & kirtan, meditation, discourses, and chintan & manan

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Cleanliness – Purity (August 2009)

We’ve all heard of the saying “Cleanliness is next to Godliness”. Cleanliness or purity  is one of the Niyam.  Niyams are second limb of Yoga. They are articles of personal discipline. There are two types cleanliness: External cleanliness and Internal purity. External cleanliness means cleanliness of body, clothes, surroundings, food and professional life specially the ways of earning money. Internal

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COURAGE (May 2009)

Courage is the confidence to keep trying when the odds seem against you. It is the heart of any successful man / women. Courage is looking past your personal goals and dedicating your life for the betterment of mankind. Courage is doing what you were born for, even if it is against the odds. Courage is taking the first step.

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