These articles by our leaders are
a culmination of scientific research, spirituality and knowledge.
is the interesting Foreword by Bhaktitirtha Swami Krishnapada from The Vedic Prophecies: A New Look into the Future. He discusses the importance of the Vedic predictions and compares them to other prophecies from cultures around the world.
is the interesting Foreword by Bhaktitirtha Swami Krishnapada from The Vedic Prophecies: A New Look into the Future. He discusses the importance of the Vedic predictions and compares them to other prophecies from cultures around the world
This article explains that in this age, when there is a concern for preserving, protecting and disseminating Vedic culture and its vast knowledge on all aspects of life, there is a great need for those who follow Sanatana-Dharma or Hinduism to be Vedic Ambassadors, or those who can fairly and accurately represent the Dharma, and how you can help.
is an important overview of various causes of depression and suicidal tendencies, and gives a number of ways in which spiritual development can help a person overcome and rise above this problem.
shows how we become free from the karma of using plants in food preparations, and how the plants used in the preparations also make spiritual progress by offering them first to the Lord to become Prasadam, which becomes the perfect yoga diet without karma that helps spiritualize our consciousness.
is an excerpt from "The Secret Teachings of the Vedas" and shows by describing scientific experiments how consciousness interacts with but is separate from the body, and is the source of our will to do anything. In fact, it is a way of perceiving how the soul is our real identity, different from the physical form in which we reside.
is an excerpt from Proof of Vedic Culture's Global Existence. It explains the origin of the name "Hindu." Although many people feel the name represents the overall religion of India, it is not actually related to the true Vedic culture, nor is it a Sanskrit word, and, thus, fails to represent the many distinctions of the real Indian philosophies.
describes how the Vedic principles and knowledge are meant to bring contentment and peace to the individual, and then to the world in the most practical way.
Here are some short reviews of some of the great, ancient Indian masters who made great contributions to world development.
This is a touching article about a serious incident that happened in South Africa that shows one of the reasons why I feel the world is in a state of emergency and desperately in need of deep spiritual understanding, and why I feel compelled to help spread it.
explains the difference in an economical system according to the Vedic standards and the modern tendency for power, control and manipulation.
gives a description of the forces from both within and outside India that were trying to denigrate, demean and extinguish any respect for its sophistication, especially of the ancient Vedic tradition which had previously given so much to humanity, especially through the manipulation of its educational system.
by Subramanian Swami explains the significance of the cow in the Vedic tradition, why it is so special and should be protected, and how it can offer many health benefits that we may have forgotten.
explains how a whole country acquires karma and reactions to the activities that the general populace performs.
provides a short, concise explanation of what is karma. Prepared for distribution in a brochure format to introduce the topic based on Vedic knowledge.
is an excerpt from The Vedic Prophecies. This explains, in part, about the importance of the spiritual advantage that is found in the Golden Era of the Age of Kali, that is predicted to last for 10,000 years, which will bring about a new world consciousness. Many more details are in the book.
is a special article that explains Stephen's reasons for never having been too comfortable on this human level of existence, and gives a different perspective on the peculiarities of what living on this planet and in a human body can be like, and why it may be better to move on.
clears some of the confusion about how a person can start the path of Hinduism or being a devotee. It is not as difficult as some people think, nor does it require any sort of ritual to make it official. All it takes is understanding and accepting the Vedic principles and applying them to one's life. This article explains how to begin.