Introduction To Hindu Dharma - Dharmas Common to All Part Concluding Part
Introduction to Hindu Dharma consists of selections from more than 6500 discourses of Kanchi Sankaracharya. It covers the topics of prayer and virtue, metaphysical truth & the conflict between traditional Hindu Dharma and modernity. A sage in the Sankara tradition, Paramacharya was one of the most beloved & honored spiritual figures of the 20th century in India and much of Asia and Europe. This book has the distinction of introducing both Paramacharya and his spiritual legacy to the Western world in the form of an irreplaceable introduction to Hinduism. Jaya Jaya Sankara Hara Hara Sankara
In the concluding podcast of Dharma Common to all His Holiness the Paramacharya questions us if we are worthy to be Angry and also tells us that we are not given our predicament. He then goes to advise us on Love and Sorrow, how ones love should be and who should be loved. Concluding he elucidates Love.
This week there are five sub-titles combined together from what is Truthfulness to Anger. The episodes gets into details with what is Truthfulness and what is not; what may be considered as Truthful; satisfaction one derives in serving others; how to achieve Mental purity; natural tendency of people in fault finding and the behavior of people and concludes with Anger.
His Holiness speaks about Brahmins who alone are not responsible for the current state of affairs but also says others are also equally responsible for not pointing out to Brahmins, when they deviated from their Dharma. He also adds that anyone in that state as the Brahmins were will also act the way they did, in this episode.
The role of the Women in family is continued in this episode as well and how a man cannot perform certain samskaras without his wife is explained in this episode. The power the Woman has in the family is highlighted in this episode.