Jainism is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Jin’ meaning to conquer. Here conquering implies the inner battle which the Jains are supposed to undertake with their bodily pleasures and passions.Read More →

Hindu religion consists of numerous Sampradayas. The Akhada is an armed outfit of the Sampradayas. They are a group of armed Sadhus and Sants specially established to protect their own faith and traditions. Small sections of the Akhadas are called Khalsa.Read More →

Contents . Introduction . Vedanta . Schools of Vedanta . Common features of the three schools . Goal of Vedanta . Advaitha Vedanta (Non Dualism) . The four paths of yoga . Adi Shankara . Advaitha Vedanta Sampradaya . Daiva Parampara . Narayana . Brahma . Rishi Parampara . VasishtaRead More →