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NAMAN TO ADIGURU SHANKARA, SRI GANESH & MA KAMAKHYA NAMAN TO POSITIVE ENERGIES ...FOR HELPING N


The first & second volume of ''SELF REALIZATION IN HINDUISM'' is introduced by me for those sadhaks, who are in search of truth.The series of this book is sufficient to guide sadhaks & surely prove fruitful for Rajyogis/ Sahajyogis.They can easily reach higher realms, after practicing these instructions at home also. But don't forget , this way is not easy. Hinduism is not a religion, but rather a dharma. Those who profess the Hindu Dharma and seek to follow it, are guided by spiritual, social and moral rules, actions, knowledge and duties which are responsible for holding the human race together. Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, the great philosopher, statesman and former President of India has described what is Dharma in these words: "Dharma is that which binds society together. That which divides society, breaks it up into parts and makes people fight one another is Adharma (non-religion). Dharma is nothing more than the realization of the Supreme and acting in every small act of your life with that Supreme present in your mind. If you are able to do so, you are performing Dharma''. Hindu Dharma is also known by the names Sanatana Dharma and Vaidik Dharma. "Sanatana" means eternal and all-pervading and "Vaidik Dharma" means the Dharma based on the Vedas. In simple terms, one can say that Dharma means code of conduct, i.e. doing the right thing, in thought, word and deed, having always in mind that behind all our deeds there is a Supreme Being. This is the teaching of the Vedas, which are the original source of our Dharma. The different categories in the philosophy of Vedanta are the fundamental rudimentary principles with which its ethics and metaphysics are built up. They take into account both the Unmanifest and the Manifest, Brahman, Maya, Isva­ra, Jiva and the universe. The nature of the Reality, the characteristics of the phenomenal appearance and the constitution of the individual selves are the main themes of Vedantic discussion. Sri Adi Sankaracharya says that one must possess the fourfold qualification of Sadhana before entering into the study of Tattva-Bodha or the Knowledge of the Vedantic Categories and the Nature of the At­man. Sincere aspirants who have an ardent aspi­ration, faith, perseverance and purity of conscience will find ''A WAY OF SELF-TRANSFORMATION'' through this Knowledge of this book.. A thorough understanding of these different categories is necessary before starting to study the actual philosophy of the Advaita Vedanta which abounds with severe logic and penetrating reasoning over the eternal verities of existence. Hinduism, unlike other religions, does not dogmatically assert that the final emancipation or liberation is possible only through its means and not through any other. It is only a means to an end, and in this philosophy, all means that ultimately lead to the final goal are accepted. The real believer in God has his heart always lifted to Dharma.Being a Hindu,I pay respect to all religious traditions, accepting and honouring truth from wherever it may come and in whatever garb it is presented ..If i am fail to prove it ,please forgive me.... THIS BOOK IS DEDICATED TO PLEASE JAGATMATA KAMAKHYA ;WHO CONTROLS THIS UNIVERSE...MAY GOD BLESS US.....SHIVOHAM

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