• A Trip to Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath
    Even with the rough weather and tough terrain Kedarnath is a beautiful, peaceful, powerful and spiritually very uplifting place.

  • Kalari Payat: Mother of All Martial Arts
    One of the temple arts (kshethra kala) in South India, is a unique blend of physical, mental and spiritual practices to bring about an upheaval in man by using his basic instincts dormant deep in him to a higher level thereby realizing the Eternal through a scientific and systematic way.

  • Yoga: The Science of Your Self
    Today, modern science proves to you beyond any doubt that the whole existence is just one energy manifesting itself in various forms. If this scientific fact becomes a living reality for you, that you begin to experience everything as one, then you are in yoga.

    • Patanjali: An Einstein in the World of Buddhas
      YOGA SUTRAS of Patanjali are rare, unique. Such a book has never happened before and there is no possibility again, because whatsoever can be written about yoga he has written; he has left nothing. No one can add anything to it. Never in the future there is any possibility to create another work like Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras. He has finished the job completely

    • Yoga is not a therapy
      In the West many psychological therapies are prevalent now, and many western psychologists think that yoga is also a therapy. It is not! Therapies are for ill people. Therapies can help you to come to yoga, but yoga is not a therapy.

    • Yoga as Discipline
      Intellectually you can become interested, y ou can write theses upon it, you can give discourses upon it, but you will not be a yogi. Through your mind you can be related to yoga, but yoga is nothing if it is not a discipline.

    • Eight Steps or Limbs of Yoga
      Intellectually you can become interested, y ou can write theses upon it, you can give discourses upon it, but you will not be a yogi. Through your mind you can be related to yoga, but yoga is nothing if it is not a discipline.

  • Yogis live in the World of Prana: Exploring the five(pancha) Prana's
    'pra' means the basic unit of energy, the most fundamental unit of energy. And 'na' means energy. Unless you come to know prana within yourself, you will not be able to know what God is.

  • The Geometry of Existence
    The geometry of the existence, the beauty and the magnificent nature in which it is created is such that if you align yourself to it, the whole cosmos will respond to you.

  • A Visit to Rameshwaram ( June 2011)
    Rameshwaram is an island situated on the tip of the Indian peninsula, spread over an area of 61.8 square kilometers.

  • Fundamentals of Digital Photography
    Photography is built on the three pillars of exposure: shutter speed, aperture and sensitivity. Shutter and aperture are controls for adjusting how much light comes into the camera.

  • Tips on How to Look Great in Photos
    Good posture is the first step to posing for a great picture. Take a deep breath and pull in your tummy muscles.

  • Why Should You Play Chess and What are the Benifits?
    Chess is a sport, a science and an art. Its in many ways a microcosm of war . Every game you play, a new lesson can be learnt. Since its inception, scholars, statesmen, strategists, and warriors have been fascinated by the game and its variants

  • The Art of Stamp Collecting
    Few hobbies are as widespread as stamp collecting. There's a huge variety of stamps, and it is a relatively inexpensive collectable, making it accessible to anyone.

  • Being a Vegetarian
    Whatsoever is natural always gives you a satisfaction, because it satiates your body, saturates you. You feel fulfilled. If some thing is unnatural it never gives you a feeling of fulfillment. A natural food...and when I say natural I mean that which your body needs. The need of a tiger is different; he has to be very violent.

  • Top 50 Things To Do To Stop Global Warming
    Global Warming is a dramatically urgent and serious problem. We don't need to wait for governments to find a solution for this problem: each individual can bring an important help adopting a more responsible lifestyle: starting from little, everyday things.

  • The world’s first university. Takshashila (Taxila)
    Takshasila was the world's first center of learning of excellence that existed around 2700 years ago, as early as 700 BCE, located in the northwest region of India. Not only Indians but also students from as far as Babylonia (Iraq), Greece, Syria, Arabia and China came to study.

  • Vaisali, World's First Republic
    One of the earliest instances of a civilization with a democracy was that founded in the republics of ancient India, which were established roughly somethime before the 6th century BC. These republics were known as Maha Janapadas, and among these states was Vaishali (in what is now Bihar) would be the world's first ever republic.

  • A collection of URLs for web designers and developers
    Its normal for web design professionals, to put a lot of work into a design using research, analysis and utilizing their already acquired wisdom. Crafting a website and deploying it is not a quick process with so much else going one. Here is a set of URLs which may be helpfull for those who are on this process.

  • The Psychology of Web Design
    People tend to read in a "Z" pattern on a website, starting across the top from the left and ending in the bottom right corner of their screen. As a designer, you should strive to place the most important content within this reading pattern area.