Page 1 of 50 - About 500 essays
  • Case Study: Guru Peyarchi 2014

    1737 Words  | 7 Pages

    Title: Guru Peyarchi 2015: Rasi Palan 2015 Foretells Future Permalink: guru-peyarchi-2015 (For AstroCAMP) Author: Pt. Hanumman Mishra Images: Keywords: Guru Peyarchi 2015, Rasi Palangal 2015, Rasi Palan 2015, Guru Peyarchi Palangal Description:GURU PEYARCHI 2015 brings good times for many, while some people have to work hard for it. GURU PEYARCHI PALANGAL 2015 foretells about upcoming year & much more. -----------------------------------------------------

  • Guru Nanak's Journey Of Sikhism

    1141 Words  | 5 Pages

    and social circumstances of that time led to the rise of a new faith. Guru Nanak is the founder of Sikhism that always preaches devotion and remembrance of God. Sikhism is characterized by equality of mankind, denounces superstitions and beliefs in eternal truth. It is a unique spiritual platform based on equality for all, fraternal love and virtues. The Sikhs follow the teachings of Guru Granth Sahib, which is their holy book. Guru Nanak travelled vastly spreading the message of one God who dwells

  • Characterization And Guru Dutt 's Influence On Cinema And Society

    2170 Words  | 9 Pages

    Characterisation and Guru Dutt’s influence on Cinema and Society By Aman Agarwal(2015B5A7626G) An insatiable thirst of identity, knowledge, love and wealth is central to the major characters of Guru Dutt’s ‘Pyaasa’. This thirst leads to an intertwining network of their fates where the characters’ interactions on several intersections complements their development. The protagonist Vijay portrayed by Guru Dutt himself, is a struggling poet whose excellence and art is obscured by his social stature

  • Guru Hargobind And Mirhavan 's Sikh Gurus

    1048 Words  | 5 Pages

    Guru Hargobind and Mirhavan had different visions of Sikhism in the early seventeenth century, they had alternative characteristics and traits that made them differ as Sikh Gurus from each other (54). They were both rival Sikh gurus who were cousins as well. Guru Hargobind and Mirhavan had distinctive views of lifestyle and appearance on being a Sikh guru. Moreover, the differences in the Sikh community was formed through traits and the personalities of the militancy being taught. The lay followers

  • The Religious Beliefs Of Guru Nanak Dev Ji

    1097 Words  | 5 Pages

    Guru Nanak Dev Ji formed the monotheistic faith, Sikhism in the fifteenth century (Sikh Beliefs, n.d.). Sikhs believe that Guru Nanak Dev Ji, along with the following nine Gurus, was sent by God himself to deliver His message (Sikh Beliefs, n.d.). In addition, Sikhs believe that a single spirit inhabited all ten Gurus (McLeod, 2017). Furthermore, beliefs include that upon the death of the 10th, Guru Gobind Singh, the spirit of the eternal Guru transferred itself into the scripture of Sikhism (McLeod

  • Can Sikhism continue to exist without the Guru Granth Sahib?

    1300 Words  | 6 Pages

    Sikhism continue to exist without the Guru Granth Sahib? The Guru Granth Sahib is the sovereign active living Guru of the Sikhs. It is a voluminous text, with 1430 pages, compiled and composed during the period of Sikh gurus, from 1469 to 1708. A collection of 5,894 hymns and 1430 pages, the Guru Granth Sahib describes the qualities of God and why you should meditate on God’s name. The hymns are arranged into 31 ragas (musical groupings). Each copy of the Guru Granth Sahib, regardless of its size

  • Widespread Yoga Myths

    710 Words  | 3 Pages

    Top 5 Widespread Yoga Myths Exposed By Anmol Mehta Sep 28, 2008 It is not surprising to those of us who are long time yoga practitioners that the popularity of this profound spiritual science is now exploding on a world wide scale. Unfortunately though some of the authenticity and truths about yoga are being lost and some myths are creeping in with regard to what yoga is and how it is to be practiced. In this article I will look to clear up what I find to be the top 5 myths about yoga. Top 5 Myths

  • How Much Religion Is A Human Construct

    979 Words  | 4 Pages

    Kumare as a Human Construct This movie demonstrated how much religion is a human construct. Kumare made his own religion by incorporating elements from other religions and coming up with his own elements. His religion, however, had no power without his followers who gave life to his teachings and ideas. The community gave life to a religion that would have been powerless with the social construct provided by the community. When Vikram was young, he would watch his grandmother praying and as an adult

  • Essay On Moksha And Bhagavad Gita

    1109 Words  | 5 Pages

    Indians. This reading has been compared with the best of management and “well being” books and we Indians pride ourselves as being the land of the Gita. Yours Truly has been reading the Bhagavad Gita since many years as suggested by my initial Guru, a blessed soul helped me to understand these divine dialogues. I have always felt that there are some mysterious and deep messages in each and every verse of the

  • Fashion Guru Carls

    680 Words  | 3 Pages

    How does the fashion Guru Carli Bybel guide and inspire the academic community? Eades, John. “Why Being an Entrepreneur Is Really Hard (But You Should Do It Anyway).” Inc., Inc., 19 July 2017, This article talks about how it can be difficult to be an entrepreneur but it’s worth it. An entrepreneur is when one lives off their own business. Eades talks about how by starting your own business you can make a positive impact