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Swami Narasimhananda

Any question on the philosophy or practice of Hinduism and Vedanta.

Raja Subramaniyan

Explanation based on Vedanta / Gita which will answer any questions on life leading to Joyful Living

Prof Swapan Garain

All aspects of Hindu religion and its relevance to modern life styles.


Can answer general questions about beliefs, scriptures (including Vedas, Shastras, Upanishads, Puranas, Ramayana, Mahabharata, Yogasutras, Niti Shlokas), Meditation basics, Sanskrit and basic principles of good conduct. Please donot mention marriage related details since, I dont know them.


Especially religious history of India. I follow 'advaita' philosophy (non-duality) and am an atheist. My answers would be consistent with science and practicality.

William Schindler, a.k.a. Brother William

I can answer questions about Vedanta philosophy, Patanjali Yoga philosophy and practice, Tantra, Bhagavad-Gita, Upanishads, Vivekachudamani (Shankara`s Crest-jewel of Spritual Discrimination), Advaita (non-dualism), the Ramakrishna-Vivekananda tradition, Goddess worship, meditation practice, Hindu monasticism (sannyasa), and Sanskrit.


A monk of the Ramakrishna Order.

Dr Awdhesh K Singh

Life is a mystery. One who tries to understand life purely on logic and reason fails as there is an Omnipresent Spirit that connects all. I have written more than 400 articles and papers on various forums dealing with life. The purpose of life is to know the world and its mysery. We must know the mind of God and that is the only way to become one with God and achieve salvation, liberation or Nirvana. I have authored a book titled "Practising Spiritual Intelligence for Innovation, Leadership and Happiness" which is one of the most popular books in India in several categories. You can read my articles, stories, commentaries and poems on

Acharya V Shastri

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returns 12/30/2014
Explanation based on Vedanta Ramayana / Mahabharata / Gita / Purana which will answer any questions on life leading to Joyful Living

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2014-12-14 doubt:

Dear Shri;    Vedas have extensive historical references. An example is what is known as the Battle of Ten Kings (Dasarajna War). It is a detailed account on a war on the banks of River Ravi, when an Aryan

2014-12-02 Is there 6th sense?:

Dear Aaryan,    YES. There is 6th sense and all of us have it. Sense is the means of gaining knowledge. We primarily use our five senses (sight,sound,taste,smell and touch) to gain knowledge about the

2014-11-24 true sanyasi and female company:

Dear Vivek,    Sanyasi means one who has renounced. There are two types of sanyasis. Type 1 Sanyasi renounces the world in order to learn the truth. As long as the world (money, power, position, sex etc)

2014-11-18 Learning causes physical change in brain?:

Dear Sushant,    NO. There will be NO PHYSICAL CHANGES in the brain as we gain intelligence or as we learn something new.     Brain is like a hardware and what we learn (including intelligence) is like

2014-11-13 Food:

Dear Melissa,    This woman is behaving in a way that is against any religion, and of course, against the basic tenets of Hinduism. The basic scriptures of Hinduism are the Vedas, and fastidiousness about

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