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Prabuddha Bharata or Awakened India


He realized that unity which sails across the barriers of time and space the frontiers of countries and oceans which rends the veil between the animate and the inanimate beween the real the ideal and the illusory. [...] The impact of the modern age and the political confusion of the time produced a crisis of ideals that was inviting the young men of India to adopt the supeficial way of life which asks for nothing better in the face of danger and transition than adaptation and surrender at the cheapest price. [...] He lives today among his missionaries in the four corners of the world who have dedicated their lives in social service for suffeing humanity in healing the sick in helping the mother in educating the child in nursing the orphan in bringing food to the hungry and hope to the despairing and above all he lives in the hearts of millions of men and women of different nations of different co [...] It awakens in him the faith in the rhythm of the universe and establishes firmly in his mind at any rate in the initial stages the belief in the existence of Almighty God governing the conduct of the universe. [...] Prakrti (supreme nature); in the Raudra alphabet by the name Krodhiga (Lord of the angry); and in the Säkta alphabet by the thumb of the right hand of the Goddess For 1953 THE TANTRIC CULTS i7t the Mantras connected with Visnu Siva and Sakti it is said the respective alphabets should be employed.
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153-153 Vandanananda view
Letters of Swami Turiyananda
154-155 unknown view
Responsibilities and Privileges in a Planned Society
155-158 Vandanananda view
The Significance of the Message of Sri Ramakrishna
159-161 P.B. Mukharji view
The “Deepening of the Sense of Duration” in Henri Bergson’s Philosophy
162-165 Albert Mendonca, S.J. view
Image Worship
166-168 H.M. Desai view
The Tantric Cults
168-171 T.M.P. Mahadevan view
A Pilgrimage Through the Himalayas
172-175 Apurvananda view
The Philosophy of Advaita Vedanta
176-178 Bratindra Sengupta view
178-180 S.N.L. Shrivastava view
Yoga and Stature of Being
180-181 Mahendra Sircar view
A Comparative Study of the Commentaries on the Brahma-Sutras
181-185 Vireswarananda view
Notes and Comments
185-188 unknown view
Reviews and Notices
188-190 unknown view
News and Reports
191-192 unknown view

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