Hindu Mythology Famous Quotes & Sayings

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7 Hindu Mythology Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Hindu Mythology Sayings By Devdutt Pattanaik: In Hindu mythology, there is no one but ourselves to blame for our problems: neither In Hindu mythology, there is no one but ourselves to blame for our problems: neither God nor any oppressors. The idea of rebirth aims to evoke acceptance of the present, and responsibility for the future. Our immortal soul is tossed from one life to another as long as our mind refuses to do darshan. This is made most explicit in the story of Karna in the Mahabharata. — Devdutt Pattanaik
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Hindu Mythology Sayings By Leanna Renee Hieber: Persephone is just a name for a spirit of beauty at a certain time in Persephone is just a name for a spirit of beauty at a certain time in history. I'm sure we could argue a biblical place for her if it matters. Your wife has the name of that pagan goddess, but the fact remains that she's your mortal bride in the Year of Our Lord 1888- and she's Catholic, so pray for her, damn it, I don't care how confusing it is. And pray for us, to anyone. If the dead are about to flood Athens, divine goodwill couldn't hurt. Your prayers can be in Hindu, if you like. Now go home. — Leanna Renee Hieber
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Hindu Mythology Sayings By Kailash Kher: Nepal is a beautiful country with a lot of holy places. I also like the Nepal is a beautiful country with a lot of holy places. I also like the country because it's close to the Himalayas. According to Hindu mythology, that's the abode of Lord Shiva. — Kailash Kher
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Hindu Mythology Sayings By M.I.A.: Matangi's mantra is aim, which is MIA backwards. She fights for freedom of speech and Matangi's mantra is aim, which is MIA backwards. She fights for freedom of speech and stands for truth, and lives in the ghetto because her dad was the first person in Hindu mythology who came from the 'hood, but had gained enlightenment through not being a Brahmin. — M.I.A.
Hindu Mythology Sayings By Priyavrat Thareja: ThinK: for a thin sneaking into a vast sea of Knowledge, and the water enables ThinK: for a thin sneaking into a vast sea of Knowledge, and the water enables the clarity to see through.
The Hindu mythology has it that thinner than water is nothing but Knowledge.
Higher the cutting edge clarity, higher is the productivity. — Priyavrat Thareja
Hindu Mythology Sayings By Peter Bebergal: Drawing from the costumed and goth-infused death metal found in the icy Netherlands, doom metal Drawing from the costumed and goth-infused death metal found in the icy Netherlands, doom metal down-tuned all the guitars, drew inspiration from the drones of Tibetan monks and Hindu ragas, and created a new mythology of metal, one that embraced decay and darkness as an essential part of the human condition. — Peter Bebergal
Hindu Mythology Sayings By Rosalind Miles: Rabi-'ah's achievement built on a tradition of female literacy, scholarship and intellectual creativity reaching back Rabi-'ah's achievement built on a tradition of female literacy, scholarship and intellectual creativity reaching back to the dawn of thought. Countless ancient myths ascribe the birth of language to women or goddesses, in a ritual formulation of the primeval truth that the first words any human being hears are the mother's. In Indian mythology the Vedic goddess Vac means "language"; she personifies the birth of speech, and is represented as a maternal mouth-cavity open to give birth to the living word. The Hindu prayer to Devaki, mother of Krishna, begins, "Goddess of the Logos, Mother of the Gods, One with Creation, thou art Intelligence, the Mother of Science, the Mother of Courage ... — Rosalind Miles