Nobel Laureate Jean Paul Sartre believes that “Man is condemned to be free.” Is that so???
Saint Kabir lived in Benaras (Kasi, Varanasi), India during 15th century. His contributions to the BHAKTI and the SUFI movements in India are well known. Some of his poetry was incorporated into the ‘Guru Granth Sahib'(Adi Granth), the sacred book of Sikhs. In this holy book, Kabir’s hymns appear at the head of ‘BHAGAT BANI’. …
What is my relationship with myself? I have forgotten all other relationships; How many mirrors that I have looked into, and yet I have forgotten my face.
Thanks to Government Victoria College, Palghat or Palakkad. The moments of my life that had slipped away are securely laid in my account and I can relive those moments. What is future? What is past? What is present?
Rani Padmini of Chittorgarh had defined her essence, her true nature with a sense of great courage and her spirit lives in the hearts of Indians and she had conquered death and has become an immortal being.
In Judaism and Islam, God is never invoked as ‘FATHER’. Jesus had expressed His intimate relationship with God by addressing God as ‘FATHER’. In India, we speak of God as Mother and Father.
Prince Karna of Mahabharata has defined his true nature and his essence and has lived as a man true to his salt.
Name is an important tool to describe personal identity. The fondness for selecting, using, and remembering names is an important Cultural attribute which defines Indian Identity.
Culture is acquired or learned behavior. We learn to greet and acknowledge each other with tools provided by Culture.
In Indian Tradition, personal identity is described in terms of Individualism.