Sunday, May 28, 2023

Shankar Ananda

Shankar-Ananda is an avid follower of the puranas. He is an interpreter of ancient texts in modern light.






Sanat Kumaras, the blessed and highly erudite kids, tell Narada that there are many paths to realise the Paramatman. Many are ritualistic in nature.
Unable to find a solution to revive Gynana and Vairagya, Narada Muni goes about seeking a solution. Finally, he meets Sanaka and his learned brothers – his only ray of hope.
Having revived Bhakti through self-realisation, Shri Narada Muni was unable to wake up her two sons – Gyana and Vairagya – from their lethargy. How does Narada Muni overcome this?
In Kali Yuga, all that one needs is bhakti to realise God. Narada Muni also tells Bhakti where she can establish herself. For more, click link below.
Krishna Consciousness ( Moksha or Mukti (salvation) )  Srimad Bhagavatam, Mahatmyam, Chapter Two Sloka 7:
Srimad Bhagavatam, Mahatmyam, Chapter Two Sloka 4: Satyadhithriyuge.In the three previous yugas – Krita, Thetra and Dwapara –...

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