You can chant Sidhhkunjika stotra daily it will give as health wealth and spiritual propority .
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There is no best option available other than gita on all life problem. Its said gita for emotional pain to loss of people either naturally or accident Baghavad Gita Chapter 2 sloka 11-13
अशोच्यानन्वशोचस्त्वं प्रज्ञावादांश्च भाषसे |
गतासूनगतासूंश्च नानुशोचन्ति पण्डिता: || 11||
śhrī bhagavān uvācha
aśhochyān-anvaśhochas-tvaṁ prajñā-vādānśh cha ...
Srimad Bhagavatam 3.26.10
yat tat tri-guṇam avyaktaṁ
pradhānaṁ prakṛtiṁ prāhur
"The Supreme Personality of Godhead said: The unmanifested eternal combination of the three modes is the cause of the manifest state and is called pradhāna. It is called prakṛti when in the manifested stage of ...
B G. 15.16 dvaimuh purushho lokkae shra akshara yeva cha
Shra saravani bhoothani kutaaskhara uchyathye
There 2 types purusha/soul/jiva one is destructible and another is non destructible. All destructible bootha/jiva reach sky as their destination.
Adhyatmic interpertation: 2 types of jiva are Normal souls other is Lakshmi who is consort of sriman Narayana ...
There are four goals of life according to Hinduism. These goals are dharma, artha (wealth), kama (desire) and moksha. Gita is for those who are fed up with artha and kama and want to attain moksha. Who are the people who want to attain moksha? They are people who think of this world as a vale of sorrow.
Ocean of Life – Need for Moksha
"That Ocean, so ...
Here's one very helpful resource and study material which laid details of various aspects of Bhagavad Gita which intended to use as suppliment material for study of Bhagavad Gita as it is:
It will clear many confusions and also help me much.
There seems to be an indirect reference to 12 zodiac signs in Rig-Veda 1.164.48 as,
48 Twelve are the fellies, and the wheel is single; three are the naves. What man hath understood it?
Therein are set together spokes three hundred and sixty, which in nowise can be loosened.
the Rishi speaks about the wheel of twelve spokes, which has three navels with ...
The doubts raised are genuine as the style of the language points to much after 10th century only. Please show the evidence where Shankaracharya quoted YV. In fact it is other way around. YV uses the points made by Shankaracharya. Further see the funny statement in Wikipedia - YV is a philosophical text attributed to Valmiki, although the real author is ...
Puranas do exist at those times. There are instances where Pandavas quotes from Puranas to prove that their arguments are dharmic.
One such event happens during the discussion regarding Draupadi's marriage.
During the discussion, Drupada, Dhrishtadyumna says that woman marrying more than one man is a sin. At that time Yudhishtira provides information ...
Sanskrit is very complex language akasa means avakkasa that is niruktha pata.. means space to do things its not void thats why vinyaka is called vingna harthara meaning one who destroys obstacles. that is why vinayaka is akasa abhimani devata, even though there are many like, 1. Lakshmi 2. shiva 3. Parvati 4. Vinaya have given in order, There is no room ...
Argumentation was established by the Nyaya school. In his book, A Critical Survey of Indian Philosophy (https://archive.org/details/IndianPhilosophyACriticalSurvey), the author writes at the beginning of his chapter on the Nyaya:
The sage Gotama is the founder of the Nyaya School. He is also known as Gautama and as Aksapada. Nyaya means argumentation and ...
I don't have enough reputation to comment but Ravana, in particular, was well-versed in the six shastras and the four Vedas. He is even known to be an excellent veena player. Therefore, we know that he was also trained in the arts.
Prasad, B. A. "The Character of Ravana and Rama from the Buddhist Perspectives of the Ten Worlds." Language ...
It seems like one of the ancient texts on the art of debate is from Ayurveda. Please check Sushruta Samhita and Charaka Samhita.
According to Wikipedia
... Pariksa, deals with the standard of examination. These standards are aptopadesa (reliable assertion) pratyaksa (perception), anumana (inference), yukti (reasoning)....
Personally, this seems to be more ...
The Brihadaranyaka Upanishad outlines this in Chapter 3, Section 9, which consists of 28 verses. The complete chapter can be read here - https://www.wisdomlib.org/hinduism/book/the-brihadaranyaka-upanishad/d/doc118360.html The first 9 verses are the essential verses...:
Then Vidagdha, the son of Śakala, asked him. ‘How many gods are there, Yājñavalkya?’ ...
This is vyahruthi mantra, bhoor, bhoova and swagha.. bhoor loka(7 worlds below earth bhoomandala including earth ) Bhoovar loka(space between swarga and earth) and swargha lokka(Other 7 worlds starting from heaven. The seven worlds are
Bhoo Loka Comprises