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- Lord Shiva: In Atharvaveda Parishista 36.9.3 we can find a mantra which addresses Lord Shiva as Yogeshwara: .... विश्वेश्वर योगेश्वर महेश्वर नमस्तेऽस्तु... ...Salutations to Vishweswara, Yogeshwara, Maheswara... From the above mantra, it is clear that Lord Shiva is addressed as Yogeshwara. - Lord Krishna: In Mahabharata (Bhagvad Gita 18.78), Sanjaya ...


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This is a partial answer, addressing the second part of the question, based on Adi Shankara's commentary on the Bhagavad Gita. The word Yogeswara is used for Krishna in the Gita. The word Yogeswara has multiple meanings and any person who is a master of yoga can also be called Yogeswara. But to understand in what sense Krishna is called Yogeswara, the ...


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I came through the whole blog. As per my knowledge we can take 1000s of births on this planet but, achieve nothing unless we reach the mukthi sthithi. Mother is of course great but, what if you don't realise the truth. So, I say guru is ever revered. I heard that mother and son relation is per one or two births but, guru shishya relation is eternal... Bowing ...


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Lord Krishna is Yogeshwar. In Bhagavath Gita, Lord Krishna is called as Yogeshwar by Sanjaya. yatra yogeśvaraḥ kṛṣṇo yatra pārtho dhanur-dharaḥ tatra śrīr vijayo bhūtir dhruvā nītir matir mama -Bg. 18.78 Lord Shiva is known as Yogeeshwer i.e the Lord of the Yogis. He is known as Adi Yogi i.e the first Yogi. But it is Sri Krishna who is known as Yogeshwar i....


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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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