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QnA with Sri Sri
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
 
 Q: Tell us about ‘Akshya Tritiya’. I was wondering if this day happens every year? 

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar: Today is celebrated as a very auspicious day in India. It’s called Akshaya Tritiya. It is related with many stories. One of the stories is that, on this day the Ganges (a holy river in India) came to Earth to purify mankind.

 It is every year. Akshaya Tritiya is the third day after the new moon. Fifth day after the new moon is when Adi Shankaracharya was born. That is why my parents also kept my name Shankar, because I was born on the same day. The main knowledge of Adi Shankara is only one thing, everything is perishable. Thoughts come and go, feelings come and go. One day everything disappears. But you are the light that stays forever. It is also associated with two instances of Lord Krishna.

 What happened is, once the five Pandavas, (the five brothers from the Mahabharata epic) and their wife were in exile. At that time a saint called and said, ‘I am going to have food with you.’ When the message came, they had no food. They had already had eaten and had kept their pots away. The lady, Draupadi (the wife of the 5 Pandavas) prayed to Lord Krishna. At the same time, Krishna came to their house and said, ‘Oh I am very hungry.’ When he came in, he saw that there was only one grain of rice stuck to the pot. He picked that one grain of rice and ate it, and turned the pot into an Akshaya Patra. Akshaya Patra means that which never finishes.

 When the saint came with 400 people, Draupadi could feed all of the who came from the same pot. The more she took from the pot, the more would come from it. It would never go down. So it is a common expression in India to say, 'This is an akshaya patra', which means it always keeps giving.

 The other story is, Krishna had a friend who was very poor. His name was Sudhama. Sudhamameans a good place, or a very benevolent place. So, one day his wife said, ‘We are living in such poverty and Krishna is so rich. Why don’t you go and get something from him. He is such a close friend.’ Sudhama said, ‘Okay, I’ll go, but I can’t go to a friend empty handed. I have to take something'. So his wife packed three handful of puffed rice in a scarf and gave it to him. It is like rice crispies.

 When Sudhama goes to Krishna and Krishna welcomes him, and washes his feet. The story goes that they were such good friends and in the friendship there was so much love that Sudhama forgets to give the rice to Krishna and also forgets to ask him for anything. He came to ask him for a favor but he could not ask him anything because he was so overwhelmed with love. They were so close that he forgot to ask. He could not ask. He could not even speak.

 When he was about to leave, Krishna asked, ‘Hey, you have brought me something? Give it to me. I know your wife has sent something. Why are you not giving it to me. Come on, give it.’

Krishna took the rice and he ate one handful, then he ate the second handful, by that time his wife Rukmini came and said, ‘I want to take the third one’. While all this was happening, Sudhama left without asking him for anything. When he reached home, he found his house flooded with riches and gold. That’s the story.

 So, people today buy gold and they gift each other. Today if you get anything, it will always grow. You gift, or you buy, it all grows. That is the belief. Like that there are some more stories also. But right now this is good enough.

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https://plus.google.com/110506543063149300686 開悟聖者H.H. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar(古儒吉Guruji大師)知識分享 : Q: Tell us about ‘Akshya Tritiya’. I was wondering if this day happens every year? Sri Sri Ravi Shankar...
Q: Tell us about ‘Akshya Tritiya’. I was wondering if this day happens every year?
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar: Today is celebrated as a very auspicious day in India. It’s called Akshaya Tritiya. It is related with many stories. One of the stories is that, on this day the Ganges (a holy river in India) came to Earth to purify mankind.
It is every year. Akshaya Tritiya is the third day after the new moon. Fifth day after the new moon is when Adi Shankaracharya was born. That is why my parents also kept my name Shankar, because I was born on the same day. The main knowledge of Adi Shankara is only one thing, everything is perishable. Thoughts come and go, feelings come and go. One day everything disappears. But you are the light that stays forever.
It is also associated with two instances of Lord Krishna.
What happened is, once the five Pandavas, (the five brothers from the Mahabharata epic) and their wife were in exile. At that time a saint called and said, ‘I am going to have food with you.’ When the message came, they had no food. They had already had eaten and had kept their pots away. The lady, Draupadi (the wife of the 5 Pandavas) prayed to Lord Krishna. At the same time, Krishna came to their house and said, ‘Oh I am very hungry.’ When he came in, he saw that there was only one grain of rice stuck to the pot. He picked that one grain of rice and ate it, and turned the pot into an Akshaya Patra. Akshaya Patra means that which never finishes.
When the saint came with 400 people, Draupadi could feed all of the who came from the same pot. The more she took from the pot, the more would come from it. It would never go down. So it is a common expression in India to say, 'This is an akshaya patra', which means it always keeps giving.
The other story is, Krishna had a friend who was very poor. His name was Sudhama. Sudhamameans a good place, or a very benevolent place. So, one day his wife said, ‘We are living in such poverty and Krishna is so rich. Why don’t you go and get something from him. He is such a close friend.’ Sudhama said, ‘Okay, I’ll go, but I can’t go to a friend empty handed. I have to take something'. So his wife packed three handful of puffed rice in a scarf and gave it to him. It is like rice crispies.
When Sudhama goes to Krishna and Krishna welcomes him, and washes his feet. The story goes that they were such good friends and in the friendship there was so much love that Sudhama forgets to give the rice to Krishna and also forgets to ask him for anything. He came to ask him for a favor but he could not ask him anything because he was so overwhelmed with love. They were so close that he forgot to ask. He could not ask. He could not even speak.
When he was about to leave, Krishna asked, ‘Hey, you have brought me something? Give it to me. I know your wife has sent something. Why are you not giving it to me. Come on, give it.’
Krishna took the rice and he ate one handful, then he ate the second handful, by that time his wife Rukmini came and said, ‘I want to take the third one’. While all this was happening, Sudhama left without asking him for anything. When he reached home, he found his house flooded with riches and gold. That’s the story.
So, people today buy gold and they gift each other. Today if you get anything, it will always grow. You gift, or you buy, it all grows. That is the belief. Like that there are some more stories also. But right now this is good enough.

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Q: Tell us about ‘Akshya Tritiya’. I was wondering if this day happens every year? Sri Sri Ravi Shankar: Today is celebrated as a very auspicious day in...
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heres a roleplay guys 
catch up ur roles !!! fast.................pls comment down your roles !!!!! to the (discussion )
me(+Hiranmayi Mh )-draupadi
+Krishna PS - shubhadra
+Tanya Rai - uttara
+smrithi sriganesh  - arjuna
+awesome lakshmi  - abhimanyu
+rithika kathirvel -kunti
+Tanmaya shenoy  - lord indra
+Pooja Uday  - karna
+rika kathir  - rukmani
+Arundhathi S - krishna
+sincere ardian - dushala
+srudi veena  - pitamagh bhisma
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Mohajir  
Thirst of a safe, secure place to dwell on ground is reality, it can't be quenched by a castle in imagination. Reality is BJP Government is seen to be incrementing variants of madarsas in different states by revising education curriculum with an emphasis on study of Gita, Saraswati puja, Suryanamaskar, etc. When Religion influenced understanding starts moulding the students, output will be a generation of radicals. Leave aside any community, Will it be in the interest of nation? If civic polity gets affected, will any community be free from it? Service to India is abhoring every energy which is perilous to making it fragile. Taking up communal violence prevention bill shelved by current government, Implementing recommendations of committee which studied subject of police reforms will go a longway in strengthening the roots & nurturing the polity of nation. Just sermons & callers of it do not inspire imbibing a pragmatic approach but one standing shoulder to shoulder within the rows.
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Muslim community ry should modernize by banning polygamy and triple talaq. Muslim personal law is. Barbaric and this creates suspicion among other communities. It is high time Muslim look at what is happening in mid east and try to reform M
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Mohajir  
@Ramesh'', Polygamy & divorce is replied by me infinite time, I invite you to visit them & infer objectively. May I add that Islam does not differentiate among adherents within its rows be it a pauper or a king. There is neither privileges for some nor refrain for others. Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) practice polygamy with Justice to all. Allah says polygamy is allowed if one can do justice, if not just keep it to one. Message of Allah & prophet life which exemplified it is a source of conduct guidance for muslims. Shri Dasaratji, Shri Krishnaji practiced polygamy, can others of same faith follow it? Smt Draupadi was common wife, Can others too walk it be any reason?, Husband makes a wife walk on fire, Husband sends a pregnant wife to exile, Can others take it as a guide of conduct? Islam is not in reference to time, It is timeless. Message is from creator who doesn’t eat. He begets not, nor was he begotten. If Islam is subject, one looks to what Islam is & not to any nation.
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Reality of post Godhra is one conviction for communal pogrom with lenient sentence in trials carried out in Gujarat. At same time a gangster (Arun Gawli) in mumbai was awarded harsh sentence for murder of an individual. if government time, energy is brushed with religious obsession, Does it promotes communal harmony, peace & strengthen national outlook ? When expression of religiosity of one faith in public domain becomes a new meaning of governance, Is objective thought a possibility not just for muslim community but even for civic polity of nation ? If religious beliefs dictates economic activity, does it facilitates speedy economic growth, About 31% of ministers has criminal charges pending against them, Is it an illustration of probity as a guiding factor in governance to inspire pragmatism? Sharing a name similar to seen among muslims be it of author or handpicked members that met PM is not a qualification to validate the bunch of thoughts to be in community’s real interest.
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Time to forge a post-Gujarat reality
Generally, whenever Muslim “leaders” go to meet the Prime Minister of the day, they carry a thick dossier of complaints and a charter of demands, most of which have little to do with the community’s real interests.
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THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
Date: Monday, April 20, 2015
Your love for God should be firm and unchanging, unaffected by trials and tribulations and the vicissitudes of life. Pandavas are supreme examples of unwavering love for Krishna. When Draupadi was being humiliated in Duryodhana's assembly hall, when Abhimanyu was attacked and slain by the Kauravas, when Aswathama massacred the Upa-pandavas (Pandavas’ children), or when they performed the glorious Rajasuya sacrifice at the height of their power, or when they were in exile in the forest, without succumbing to the difficulties and troubles they were subjected to, they adhered firmly to the name of Krishna, with unwavering faith in Him. They relied only on Krishna's love. Difficulties and troubles are passing clouds which come and go. Do you remember all the kith and kin from your previous lives? The only relationship that remains unchanged is the one with God. Attach yourself to Him. [Divine Discourse, 9 Oct 1989]
- Sri Sathya Sai Baba
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Why is it important to strengthen our bond with the Lord and how do we achieve it?  Bhagawan lovingly reminds us today.

Today’s Sai Inspires from Prasanthi Nilayam, Sunday, April 20, 2015

Your love for God should be firm and unchanging, unaffected by trials and tribulations and the vicissitudes of life. Pandavas are supreme examples of unwavering love for Krishna. When Draupadi was being humiliated in Duryodhana's assembly hall, when Abhimanyu was attacked and slain by the Kauravas, when Aswathama massacred the Upa-pandavas (Pandavas’ children), or when they performed the glorious Rajasuya sacrifice at the height of their power, or when they were in exile in the forest, without succumbing to the difficulties and troubles they were subjected to, they adhered firmly to the name of Krishna, with unwavering faith in Him. They relied only on Krishna's love. Difficulties and troubles are passing clouds which come and go. Do you remember all the kith and kin from your previous lives? The only relationship that remains unchanged is the one with God. Attach yourself to Him.

- Divine Discourse, 9 Oct 1989.

Never feel depressed when you are weighed down by difficulties.  God will never impose on you the ordeals which you cannot bear.-BABA.

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https://plus.google.com/107093189691574681502 Vijay Sagar : Akshay Tritiya also called akhatrij is a day to just give, give and give and than also whatever you ...
Akshay Tritiya also called akhatrij is a day to just give, give and give and than also whatever you give it stays full (akshay) with you..
There is a shlok in Upanishad..
Om Purnamadam...
It means when you take something from the Purna (Full), after taking that, still it remains full, and the other which comes out of it is also full, for example if you light a candle from another candle, than also that candle light will stay full and one which is lighted also stays full..
Shri Krishna gave Akshaya Paatra ( a vessel in which food never empties, it stays akshay) to Draupadi, as she was annapurna..
On this precious day whatever Good you do stays Akshay in your life..
Help the needy ones, Chant mantras, do Satsang, do Seva, do Sadhna, Meditation, donate something to society, make children happy, make your family members happy, all you do will re-bounce to you in multiples, but as shlok of Gita, do not expect the fruit, your right is not on fruit but only on karm, so just do it and forget..
Because 2get and 2give may create problem but double it 4get and 4give will solve all problems..
It is good to chant " Vishnu Sahastra Naam" paath on this day...
May Vishnu Bhagwan keeps your Health, Wealth, Prosperity, Happiness, Peace and his Blessings Akshay on all...
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After killing Keechaka , Bhima and Draupadi walk away. The next morning, a maid enters the dancing hall and screams, on finding Keechaka's body sprawled on the ground. Soon, everybody crowds around the body. Keechaka's brothers remember Draupadi's piteous c...
111 Keechaka's Brothers Want To Burn Draupadi Along With Keechaka's Corpse
After killing Keechaka, Bhima and Draupadi walk away. The next morning, a maid enters the dancing hall and screams, on finding Keechaka's body sprawled on the ground. Soon, everybody crowds around the body. Keechaka's brothe...
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https://plus.google.com/102152884397131673042 Hiranmayi Mh : hi guys !!!! pls join !! they look like ram and sita ?? or arjun draupadi ???
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they look like ram and sita ??
or arjun draupadi ???
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https://plus.google.com/100288557079219076393 datta shri : If the injustice wins, it is a black mark for His administration only. The whole world is the kingdom...

 If the injustice wins, it is a black mark for His administration only.

The whole world is the kingdom of God

You must realize that the whole world is the kingdom of God as stated by Jesus. Any injustice will be punished by Him and you need not worry about it. Your view of the punishment is revenge but His view of punishment is to transform the soul. If somebody has stolen your money, don’t pray to God to punish that person. Everything is recorded by Him unlike the courts which register the case only when a complaint is given. 

The enquiry by God takes place immediately. Sometimes you find no punishment from God and you are scolding God. The silence of God means that the enquiry was completed and the judgment was “no punishment”.  In the previous birth, you might have stolen money from that person and today you paid along with the compound interest. In this case there cannot be punishment and the enquiry was over. Since you do not know this, you mistake God for His silence. 

Suppose such background is not there, then you will get your money with interest in some other way which is compensated by God. That person will lose the money along with the interest. You will see it with your eyes. But suppose you cursed that person with revenge, you will receive the punishment in addition to the above. Kauravas stole a share of wealth of Pandavas and finally they lost their whole kingdom. Pandavas gained the total kingdom which is double the share. But Draupadi was cursing Kauravas aspiring always for the revenge.

She was also punished for this as she lost all her children. Therefore, we should not scold even our enemy even by words or mind. God takes care of the entire case. If the injustice wins, it is a black mark for His administration only. He is well aware of it and will take the necessary action. He is more serious in your case than yourself.  Unlike the court, He does not require registration of case or witness or advocate. When Hiranyakashipu tortured Prahlada, Prahalada kept silent and did not curse him in any way. 

The Lord took very serious action in that case. Thus you have to keep God at every step as the basis in the worldly life also (Pravrutti). Jesus told that unless you excuse others, you cannot be excused by God. Your enemy will be punished if he does not excuse others. Such behaviour which indicates the full faith on God at every step of the life is divine Dharma in Pravrutti or Nivrtutti.  
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 If the injustice wins, it is a black mark for His administration only

You must realize that the whole world is the kingdom of God . Any injustice will be punished by Him and you need not worry about it. Your view of the punishment is revenge but His view of punishment is to transform the soul. If somebody has stolen your money, don’t pray to God to punish that person. Everything is recorded by Him unlike the courts which register the case only when a complaint is given. 

The enquiry by God takes place immediately. Sometimes you find no punishment from God and you are scolding God. The silence of God means that the enquiry was completed and the judgment was “no punishment”.  In the previous birth, you might have stolen money from that person and today you paid along with the compound interest. In this case there cannot be punishment and the enquiry was over. Since you do not know this, you mistake God for His silence. 

Suppose such background is not there, then you will get your money with interest in some other way which is compensated by God. That person will lose the money along with the interest. You will see it with your eyes. But suppose you cursed that person with revenge, you will receive the punishment in addition to the above. Kauravas (demons) stole a share of wealth of Pandavas (devotees) and finally they lost their whole kingdom. Pandavas gained the total kingdom which is double the share. But Draupadi (pandavas) was cursing Kauravas aspiring always for the revenge.

She was also punished for this as she lost all her children. Therefore, we should not scold even our enemy even by words or mind. God takes care of the entire case. If the injustice wins, it is a black mark for His administration only. He is well aware of it and will take the necessary action. He is more serious in your case than yourself.  Unlike the court, He does not require registration of case or witness or advocate. When Hiranyakashipu tortured Prahlada, Prahalada kept silent and did not curse him in any way. 

The Lord took very serious action in that case. Thus you have to keep God at every step as the basis in the worldly life also (Pravrutti). Jesus told that unless you excuse others, you cannot be excused by God. Your enemy will be punished if he does not excuse others. Such behaviour which indicates the full faith on God at every step of the life is divine Dharma in Pravrutti or Nivrtutti.  
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The Pandava brothers were collectively married to Draupadi. On one occasion, Draupadi was kidnapped and abducted from a hermitage in the forest by the wicked king Jayadratha. When her husbands learned of the crime, they came in hot pursuit. Seeing them approach, Jayadratha asked Draupadi to describe them. Angrily, Draupadi told the king his time was up, and that the knowledge would do him no good. She then proceeded to give the description. (Mahābhārat, Book III: Varna Parva, Section 268.)
According to Draupadi, Yudhisthira possessed a "complexion like that of pure gold, possessed of a prominent nose and large eyes, and endued with a slender make." Master of the spear. He was just, had a correct sense of morality, and was merciful to surrendering foes. Draupadi counseled Jayadratha to run to Yudhisthira and to beg for forgiveness.
Draupadi described Bhima as tall and long-armed. In a display of ferocity, he was "biting his lips, and contracting his forehead so as to bring the two eyebrows together." The master of the mace, his superhuman feats had earned him great renown. "They that offend him are never suffered to live. He never forgets a foe. On some pretext or other he wreaks his vengeance."
Arjuna she praised as the greatest of archers, intelligent, second to none "with senses under complete control." Neither lust nor fear nor anger could make him forsake virtue. Though capable of withstanding any foe, he would never commit an act of cruelty.
Nakula, said Draupadi, was "the most handsome person in the whole world." An accomplished master swordsman, he was also "versed in every question of morality and profit" and "endued with high wisdom." He was unflinchingly devoted to his brothers, who in turn regarded him as more valuable than their own lives. The name Nakula generally means full of love and the male characteristics implied by the name are: Intelligence, Focus, Hard-Work, Handsomeness, Health, Attractiveness, Success, Popularity, Respect, and unconditional Love.
Finally, Sahadeva was the youngest of the brothers, and like the others formidable in war and observant of morality. Master of the swords "Heroic, intelligent, wise and ever wrathful, there is not another man equal unto him in intelligence or in eloquence amid assemblies of the wise."
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Human being and Lord in human form

There is a difference between God in human form and a human being posing as God. To differentiate between both, analysis is essential like in the separation of the original diamond from an artificial diamond. Once you select the original diamond, there is no need of further analysis and you can kiss and love the diamond. Krishna was God in human form and Paundraka Vasudeva was a human being posing as God. Krishna told the Bhagavad Gita and the latter could not preach any knowledge. Except for this difference, the external dress and performing miracles were common in both. The priests of Jerusalem believed in the dead messengers of the past and did not believe the living messenger (Jesus). Jesus said, “Let the dead bury dead”. This means the priests were dead because they always lived in the past and never in the present. Those who live in past are dead and those who live in the present are alive. This means that the dead priests will attend to the dead messengers and the living disciples will attend to the present living messenger. 

When Jesus told His disciples that He would come again, it means that the human incarnation will come again for every future generation. Therefore, Christianity believes in the human incarnation that comes every time as in Hinduism. There is no difference between the two philosophies. The human incarnations of all the religions always tell the same point. The followers do not take the right interpretation and mock at the other religion. Christians criticize Krishna and Mohammed for killing the evil people. They say that Jesus changed all the evil people only through love. Then why did people crucify Him? Why did they not change by His love? Why does Christianity suggest permanent hell for sinners after the enquiry? If love can change everybody, there should not be a hell at all! Jesus said that it is better to punish yourself instead of falling into hell permanently. Therefore, he was indicating the punishment and hell. He was never against the punishment of evil people.

The L.K.G. (lower kindergarten) students cannot be controlled by words like college students. They need a strong cane for discipline. The followers always misinterpret their original preachers. Krishna tried His best to change the Kauravas but after all His efforts failed, only as a last resort, He punished them. Similarly, Mohammed fought as a last resort only. In fact Mohammed was the incarnation ‘Kalki’ who killed evil people with a sword, riding on the horse. Krishna is Buddha while preaching the Gita. He was Jesus when He showed kindness on Sudama and Draupadi. He was Mohammad in killing the demons. For protecting the good people (Pandavas) and for punishing Kauravas, Krishna was cursed by Gandhari because of that; He died by the arrow shot on His foot. This was His crucifixion for the sake of good people like Pandavas. Both Jesus and Krishna died shedding their blood. He took the punishment on Him to protect the real devotees like Pandavas. Krishna and Jesus were born in similar situations. Devilish people killed the children born on their birth dates. Krishna left Brindavanam when He was 16 years old which is also similar to Jesus. Krishna met the Gopikas again on the seashore when He was 30 years old. Similarly Jesus returned to home at the same age. Jesus quoted several scriptures of Hinduism, which were filtered out from the Bible.
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