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Talk 8, Talks with Ramana Maharshi D: “Can anyone get any benefit by repeating sacred syllables (mantras) picked up casually? M.: “No. He must be competent and initiated in such mantras.” Maharshi illustrated this by the following story: A King visited his Premier in his residence. There he was told that the Premier was engaged in repetition of sacred ...


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Brahman, Satchidananda, may be thought of as an infinite ocean of Existence, Consciousness and bliss. All the devatas are aspects of this infinite ocean. The three main .. deities - the Trinity consisting of Brahma, Visnu and Siva - along with their consorts, form the first aspect. Here all the .. deities are considered to be different facets of God, the ...


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Does the "Om Jaya Jagadish Hare" aartī, invokes any particular deity? Short Answer: Depending on the meaning eschewed from the aartī lyrics, No & Yes. The Origin of the aartī The famous aartī, "Jaya Jagadish Hare", by Pandit Shardha Ram Phillauri, is originally said to have been composed as a Universal aartī by the author. The ...


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