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Category Archives: Vagartha
Hari Om! Namaste!! Folks, This is a Vagratha article the exposes the meaning of a word or a phrase from multiple angles. First of all, let us pray Shridevi for her blessing to clearly understand the meaning of the word … Continue reading
Folks, Hari Om! Namaste!! This is a Vagartha article, that unpacks various secret and hidden meanings of words or phrases. As discussed earlier, Soundarya Lahari is a mystical and powerful hymn addressed to Shridevi Lalita Maha Tripura Sundari. It … Continue reading
Folks, Hari Om! Namaste!! This is a Vagartha article that unleashes profound esoteric perspectives by delving deeper into meanings of words and message. Shri Shankaracharya Bhagavatpadah Shri Shankara Bhagavatpadah was one of Great Masters of our era, who unequivocally established … Continue reading
Hari Om! Namaste!! This is a vagartha article. In other words, we will discuss a word and its deeper meanings. If you have studied Indian philosophy, especially Upanishads, in some or the other instance, you would have seen a mention … Continue reading
Hari Om! Namaste!! As we discussed while exposing the meaning of the word Shridevi, Lakshmi and Parvati are basically one and the same. They are the powers of Great Mother Durga. This is clearly recorded in the following interesting sloka … Continue reading