#27-Your thoughts become reality.

Question: What is Theory of Karma?

Put simply, theory of Karma states that

1. Your thoughts become reality.

2. Inversely, your present reality is nothing but a cumulative manifestation of whatever thoughts you decided to think of till date. These include both the conscious and unconscious thoughts.

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#26-Gurupoornima – GURU, The God in our Life

Being Guru Poornima today, this post begins with my humble pranams at the lotus feet of all the GURU’s who  have taught me. For me GURU is the supreme energy who touches the mind of the illiterate and literally  transforms the disciple into a scholar by removing the darkness.gurupadukaClick Here to Read More..

#135-KV Narayanaswamy-Vocal Concert-1988-Ramaseva Mandali

This is a very good concert of Sri.K.V.Narayanaswamy recorded during 1988 found in my database.

Tracks

01-SarasUda_VarNa-SAvEri-Adhi-Kottavasal_VenkatarAma_Iyer
02-SwAminAtha_paripAlayA_shumAm-nAta-Adhi-MutthuswAmi_DIkshithar
03-brOchEvAr-evare-ShrIranjani-Adhi-ThyAgarAja
04-AlApane-kalyANi

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#133-Maharajapuram Srinivasan-Live Concert-22/10/2008

Tracks

01_NeraNammithiVarnam_Kanada_Ata_PoochiSrinivasaIyengar
02_PanchaMaathangaMukha_Malahari_Rupaka_MuthuswamyDikshithar
03_SwaminathaParipalayasumam_Naata_Adi_MuthuswamyDikshithar
04_VinayakuniValenu_Madhyamavathi_Adi_Tyagaraja
05_NarayanaNinnaNamada_SudhdhaDhanyasi_Adi_PurandaraDasa

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#24-Rath Yatra

In the epic, Mahabharata, before the battle, Shri Krishna puts a proposal to both Duryodhana and Arjuna, who have come to seek his help.  Krishna says, one can choose Krishna’s army and the other can choose Krishna himself. Duryodhana chooses the army of Krishna and Arjuna takes Krishna on his side in spite of his pledge that he would remain weaponless. Krishna becomes the chariot driver(sarathi) of Arjuna. Arjuna is the rathi or the owner of the chariot. The fighting has to be done by the rathi(Arjuna) while the sarathi(Krishna) drives the chariot. The skill and expertise with which the sarathi manoeuvres the chariot through the enemy ranks enables the rathi to exercise his prowess. A good rathi but a poor sarathi invariably spells defeat or disaster or death for the rathi.

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