Q & A In an earlier post you had mentioned `…If I am meant to fail according to the Lord’s plan and if I succeed, then I’m going against God’s plan’ Please explain this. How is this possible? Can we go against God’s plan? — Sunita Chemburkar

The description of three types of Shraddha (chapter 17): Prasada buddhi, with respect to the result of worship, is when you acknowledge that this worship is an action you carry out to take care of grace, to take care your luck factor, and an acceptance th... read more

  The post uploaded a few days ago was the last post on the Bhagavad Gita. Before wrapping up, I would like to enumerate below the key teachings of the Gita. The Gita points out the human problem of samsara, the sense of finitude that every human bei... read more

Revisiting the Bhagavad Gita Blog. Here’s the link the first article The Gita: Timeline, misconceptions and overview The Gita, a part of the Mahabharata, written by Vyasa, and the Ramayana are considered itihasas; meaning `thus indeed it was’. The... read more