All About Kauai Aadheenam in Tamil

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We are pleased to release a publication in the Tamil language which tells the story of Kauai’s Hindu Monastery Of America. This was researched and authored by Shanmugam Bhaskaran as for his dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts (Special) in Department of Hindu Civilization in the Faculty of Arts and Culture, Eastern University, Sri Lanka.

We encourage our TAKA viewers who would like to share more about Kauai Aadheenam with Tamil only reading audience to share this post with others in India and Sri Lanka.

The PDF and ePub may be downloaded by clicking here or you can go directly to the page to read on the web now by clicking here.

Bodhinatha’s Sun One Upadeshas (May 30th, 2016)

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Bodhinatha’s Latest Upadeshas:“Instinctive, Intellectual, Superconscious Mind” (May 30,2016)

The Hindu point of view. Everyone has a three-fold nature: instinctive, intellectual and superconscious. Everyone is a divine being. Everyone has the seed of divinity. See what phase of the mind we’re in and practice controlling it. Once the instinctive mind is under control then we have to deal with the intellect. Temple worship, devotional worship is very helpful. Without God’s grace, God’s blessings, everything coming out from God, we couldn’t do anything.

Master Course, Dancing with Siva, Lesson 48

Click here to go to an index of all of Bodhinatha’s and Gurudeva’s online audio.

Word of the Day with New Underwater Photos

We want to send a special thanks to Arulnageswaran Aruleswaran in Malaysia for sharing his collection of underwater photos to enrich the backgrounds for Word of the Day. Click Next to see more photos. Click the white eye to hide the quote and see the whole photo.

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Growing Up Without Prejudice – Publisher’s Desk

Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami reads his editorial from the April/May/June 2016 edition of Hinduism Today magazine. “Conflict and violence have their roots in hatred learned during youth. By teaching children tolerance, we create a more peaceful future.”

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