Lakshman Joo

Swami Lakshman Joo Raina (9 May 1907 – 27 September 1991) was a mystic and scholar. He was considered by many to be the twentieth century’s greatest master of Kashmir Shaivism and was known as Lal Sahib (“Friend of God”) by followers. The sacred lineage of Kashmir Shaiva Masters has

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Jnyaneshwar (1275–1296) was a 13th-century Indian Marathi saint, poet, philosopher and yogi of the Nath Vaishnava tradition.  He was only 15 when he authored Jnaneshvari (a commentary on the Bhagavad Gita)  considered a masterpiece and one of the most important spiritual commentaries in India. He also wrote Amrutanubhav, Changdev Pasashti, Haripath, and numerous Abhangas (devotional poems). Jnyaneshwar’s ideas reflect the non-dualistic Advaita Vedanta philosophy

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Mahatma Gandhi’s Relevance In Today’s World

Mohandas K. Gandhi (1869–1948), popularly called Mahatma Gandhi, is world famous for his policy of Satyagraha—resistance to tyranny through mass nonviolent civil disobedience. The term satyagraha was coined by Mahatma Gandhi who inspired people all over the world, including the famous civil rights leader, Martin Luther King Jr in the United

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Aurobindo and the Evolution of Man

Aurobindo (1872–1950), was a genius and one of the most influential spiritual figures of modern India. He edited the English daily Bande Mataram and wrote fearless editorials. He was a prolific writer over a wide range of subjects including philosophy, yoga, poetry, and human unity. His visions continue to inspire

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Rama Tirtha’s Vision Coming Alive

More than a century ago in 1903, Rama Tirtha (1873 –1906), who was not only a renowned spiritual master but also a brilliant mathematician, claimed the Law of Periodicity applies to countries and their prosperity.

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