Thou art knowledge, thou art conduct,
thou art heart, thou art soul,
for thou art the life in our body.
In the arm, thou art might, O Mother,
in the heart, O Mother, thou art love and faith,
it is thy image we raise in every temple. – Bankim Chandra Chatterjee - Anandamath
I noticed the article about myths of ayush (I will never stop to direct you to those nice and positive valued articles I will found here – reading those you will change your state of mind and became more sattwic – no charge for this) and the comments that follow.
Plus, The Indian Express remind me, somehow, the eAncient Kerala Express (pour le conaiseur).
So, I was very happy to see a debate regarding true values, in such a beautiful form as a story or myth.
Many have referred to the great Indian culture and this make me very happy. Thank you all.
See, I was so happy because talking about common knowledge, values, myths and stories, you began to put something (more) in common, and this common property of the eIndia, became the hard nutshell that will keep us all together.
So, the true civilizations are made and so any social group began to be aware of itself.
You have different opinions on different issues ? Very good!
Debating them will create even more reasons to stay together after that, at least knowing you have with whom to have a nice and educated talk.
Now, please, Rahul, Uv Ajed (but not only), share with us your stories and the versions of myths that you know. Let us to have a nice talk with you.
If you like, I put my fur at yours disposal just to have the pleasure to listen the stories.
Meri subhkamay tumhare saath hain !
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