Lord Buddha, the light of the world, preached to humanity, the cardinal principles of happiness. An ascetic and adept in meditation, he formed many sanghas and gave them the light of his wisdom. He spoke in Pali. He said that desire is the root cause of misery. If one gets rid of desire, misery will disappear. Right thinking, right doing, compassion ad non-violence are the prime themes of His preaching. No caste and creed are there in His Sangha, He showed the path of salvation to everybody.
Yoga is the ancient art and science of holistic living that is as applicable today as it was thousands of years ago. Countless office goers wish to take up the practice of Yoga, yet do not find the time or space for it. This presentation will enable you to bring Yoga right into your office space thus improving your physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health as well as your productivity. These practices can be done from even in your office chair or sofa and also when you take short breaks to go to the rest room or have a glass of water. Simple loosening movements, Psychosomatic harmonizing techniques and stress busting breathing practices are presented in a simple and easy to follow manner. Techniques to achieve meditative awareness are elucidated.
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Why do we chant the Yoga Sutra of Maharishi Patanjali? When we write things out and work with the written word, we are dealing with external forms. The written form is the grossest level of interpretation of oral traditions. When we chant we use our vocal apparatus to produce the sound. The process brings us into the eternal NOW. When we write, a long lapse of time can pass between the time of writing and our re-reading. When we chant, the action brings us in the present moment. The process of chanting demands full attention, at least on the physical level. There is also the question of resonance. Chanting evokes and invokes resonance in letters and words. All mantra can be chanted in three forms, the vachika form(chanting externally, uttering sound) is the between, and the likita (writing) is the grossest. The subtlest way to approach the sutra would be to chant them at the level of the mind. Yet, this requires full knowledge of what one is doing. It follows that when we chant we are in the NOW, we are vibrating, and we know what we are uttering so that when we move to the subtlest plane and we chant without uttering sound, in our mind, we are as close as possible to the most perfect sound.
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Vatsyanana, the Indian sage who expanded the frontiers of pleasure, comes calling with ‘Kama Sutra Music’. Take cues from the time-honoured manual that enriches all aspects of sensual delight. ‘Kama Sutra Music’ gives you vital musical inputs to titillate you and your partner further in the exploration of connubial pleasure. The sounds of the four tracks in this album will heighten your sensitivity to the finer aspects of lovemaking and no-holds-barred togetherness. Extend the horizons of your intimacy with the ambience of music that warms and stimulates the senses. Let resonating tables, caressing bamboos and tinking sitars delicately lead you on the path of the perfumed gardens of pleasure. Make way for ‘Kama Sutra Music’. Book your ticket to heightened pleasure.
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Learning becomes fun with the 'Tell me why' app. This colourful, interactive app educates little minds through their favourite Tell Me Why characters - Professor Tortoise, Tigger and Doggie. A series of videos explains facts about the world in an easy-to-understand format and there's an exciting Tic Tac Toe game you can play with the "Tell Me Why" characters.
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For those who like to begin their day on a fresh note, there is no better way than by using the Sri Venkateswara Suprabhatam app.
This app gives you not just the chant in Sanskrit but also the English translation and the best time of the day to recite the chant. Refresh your soul and clear your mind every morning, with the Sri Venkateswara Suprabhatam app.