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The Ego in disguise – A Lesson from Indian history – Part 5 of 5

The Ego in disguise – A Lesson from Indian history – Part 5 of 5 »

As the reality of partition now became obvious, the armed forces also had to be divided. The army regiments everywhere contained Sikh, Hindu

The Ego in disguise – A Lesson from Indian history – Part 4 of 5

The Ego in disguise – A Lesson from Indian history – Part 4 of 5 »

Unlike Gandhi, Nehru spent seven years in England and learnt the British charms and culture perfectly. He returned to his hometown Prayag (then

The Ego in disguise – A Lesson from Indian history – Part 3 of 5

The Ego in disguise – A Lesson from Indian history – Part 3 of 5 »

The forty-one year old British educated Jinnah got drawn to his friend’s daughter. Ruttie was seventeen and even as her millionaire Parsee father

The Ego in disguise – A Lesson from Indian history – Part 2 of 5

The Ego in disguise – A Lesson from Indian history – Part 2 of 5 »

Later in the solitiude of my room I reflected on the crisis here – It wasn’t the defiant participants of the Markaz who

The Ego in disguise – A Lesson from Indian history – Part 1 of 5

The Ego in disguise – A Lesson from Indian history – Part 1 of 5 »

When leaders play ego games, they use common men and women as pawns; and it’s these beautiful souls who drown in hatred –

Srila Prabhupada – boring or refreshingly original?

Srila Prabhupada – boring or refreshingly original? »

Once a person challenged me that Srila Prabhupada often said he is simply repeating what he had heard from his spiritual master

Is religion dangerous or misunderstood?

Is religion dangerous or misunderstood? »

‘Religion’ is derived from the Latin word ‘religio’ which means ‘bond together’. This is similar to the Sanskrit word ‘yoga’ which means