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Category Archives: conVerse
Folks, Hari Om! Namaste!! It has been a long time since we had the last conVersation. 🙂 Here is another one. It is addressed to Shridevi and requests her to destroy our fears and annihilate all our enemies*. Shridevi by … Continue reading
Folks, Hari Om! Namaste!! Good news! This is the 108th post on Rudraksha Yoga! It is really another significant milestone in the journey of the blog. How should we celebrate this exciting occasion? Simple. By another conVerse at the lotus … Continue reading
Hari Om! Namaste!! Here is another conVerse at the feet of Shridevi and Lord Shiva. It is a hymn to Her! i.e. our Mother Shridevi. We submit to Her with all humility and devotion. But, one may ask: “Why not … Continue reading
Folks, Hari Om! Namaste!! Lord Shiva and Shridevi (a.k.a Shakti) are the divine couple who are eternally united as One. There is absolutely no difference between them. Then, why do we perceive them to be different? This is the exact … Continue reading
Folks, Hari Om! Namaste!! This is a short post, unlike the earlier one. If you are our regular reader, you may be thinking with a sigh: Oh my God! What a great relief! 🙂 Just kidding! Here is another conVerse … Continue reading
Brick is part of a house. But, it cannot be called a house! Asana is a part of yoga But, it cannot be called yoga! Know the difference, Asana is not yoga. || 1 || Step is part of a … Continue reading