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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


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

Swami Narasimhananda

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

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.


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.

Prof Swapan Garain

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

Acharya V Shastri

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

Raja Subramaniyan

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

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2014-08-18 How can I make my mind strong?:

Hi,    The first step in making the mind strong is to follow dharma. This means you must always be righteous. In case you do not know whether a particular action is right or not, you must listen to the

2014-08-05 Panchadashi:

Dear Dan,    Panchadashi is a very advanced text to guide people to enlightenment. However, no words (including Vedas) will help WITHOUT the guidance of the guru. I appreciate the fact that you are able

2014-07-19 Tapascharya:

Dear Vineet,    The Eight Limbs are:  1. Yama (The five "abstentions"): Ahimsa (non-violence), Satya (Truth, non-lying), Asteya (non-stealing), Brahmacharya (non-sensuality, celibacy), and Aparigraha (non-possessiveness)

2014-07-13 mantras:

Dear Harpal,    I am not the right person for this question. I am an atheist (Nastika) Hindu following 'Advaita'. My knowledge of mantras is limited though I have used them in my meditation. 'Om Namah

2014-07-06 Wearing Onyx:

Dear Tulasi,    What kind of advice you want from my side.    Is that a salesman is right.  Or  Removal the same is right for you.    I am not a sales mam, and never given this type of foolish advices

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