‘Sannyaasa‘ or ‘saṃnyaasa‘ is a Sanskrit word. In Sanskrit ‘saṃ‘ means ‘together, all’ and ‘syasa‘ means purification. Hence ‘sannyasa‘ means ‘Purification of Everything’. In some faiths it’s a vow of complete… Continue reading Gurbani Defines Renunciation
When the subtler truth that has not been personally experienced, one cannot grasp it directly. However, with the help of allegories, metaphors and similes, the real nature of the Supreme… Continue reading The Path on which Panihaaree is Plundered
Nimm (ਨਿੰਮ – Azadirachta indica, an Indian lilac tree) is known to be bitter by its very nature. Also called Neem, everything about this tree is bitter — its leaves,… Continue reading Bitter as Nimm
We humans tend to be arrogant about who or what we are. Rarely do we realize that, what we believe we are is not really us. Rather it is something… Continue reading Knowledge is Taken, not Given
As long as we live, we will have questions, and to some of these questions we will discover answers. The Gurmat (Wisdom, Upadesh, or Way of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib,… Continue reading Length of Life is One Breath!