The True Religion (Dharma)–Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

The True ReligionReligion is the path of righteousness and living one’s life according to the codes of conduct as described by the Hindu scriptures.(sc)

Moral Law of the World

Hinduism describes dharma as the natural universal laws whose observance enables humans to be contented and happy, and to save himself from degradation and suffering. Dharma is the moral law combined with spiritual discipline that guides one’s life.

Hindus consider dharma the very foundation of life. It means “that which holds” the people of this world and the whole creation. Dharma is the “law of being” without which things cannot exist.(sc)

According to the Scriptures

Dharma refers to the religious ethics as propounded by Hindu gurus in ancient Indian scriptures.

Tulsidas, author of Ramcharitmanas, has defined the root of dharma as compassion. This principle was taken up by Lord Buddha in his immortal book of great wisdom, 

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Inspirational Bhagvad Geeta–Prernamurti Bharti Shriji



Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

maharana-pratap-photo-gallery-maharana-pratap-singh-wallpapersBorn: May 9, 1540 in Kumbhalgarh, Rajasthan
Father’s Name: Maharana Udai Singh II
Mother’s Name: Rani Jeevant Kanwar
Died: January 29, 1597 in Chavand

Maharana Pratap was born on May 9th 1540 in Kumbhalgarh, Rajasthan.
His father was Maharana Udai Singh II and his mother was Rani Jeevant
Kanwar. Maharana Udai Singh II ruled the kingdom of Mewar, with his
capital at Chittor. Maharana Pratap was the eldest of twenty-five sons
and hence given the title of Crown Prince. He was destined to be the
54th ruler of Mewar, in the line of the Sisodiya Rajputs.

In 1567, when Crown Prince Pratap Singh was only 27, Chittor was
surrounded by the Mughal forces of Emperor Akbar. Maharana Udai Singh
II decided to leave Chittor and move his family to Gogunda, rather
than capitulate to the Mughals. The young Pratap Singh wanted to stay
back and fight the Mughals but the…

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