Surēśvara was one of the direct disciples of Śaṅkarācārya. He was a householder before embracing Sanyasa. The training he underwent under Śaṅkarācārya transformed him in to a spiritual giant. His defense of Advaita and criticism of other schools sprang up from this. Surēśvara is regarded and respected as one of the foremost teachers of Advaita.
Then Lord Krishna and Balarama went to the hermitage of sage Santhipini. There they were taught Vedas, Upanishads, the art of fighting, the rules of governing and so on. After He and Balarama completed their learning there, he again performed a miracle as a Guru Dakshina (Making some gift by the disciple to the teacher at the end of the period of his learning to show his gratitude for the knowledge that the teacher imparted to the disciple) to his teacher by bringing back his Teacher’s son who was supposed to have been kidnapped by a demon and whose whereabouts was not known. Then Lord Krishna went to Mathura. It was there that he came to know through His parents, all about his cousins the Pandavas who were the sons of Kunthi who was the sister of Vasudeva, Lord Krishna’s father.
He is one of the five proportional gods in Panchayatana puja of the Smarta custom of Hinduism. Shiva is a Tapasvi. Dissimilar to Vishnu and Brahma, he is the person who has outgrown "Yearning" and "drive". Brahma 's drive is to create. He has hunger.
Shivaji initiated the idea of Swarajya. He pioneered ‘Shiva Sutra’ or Gamini Kava which leveraged strategic factors like demographics, speed, and surprise and focused attack to defeat the bigger and the more powerful enemies. TANAJI MALUSARE He was born in 1600 AD in a small village named Gadoli in Gavli Taluka of Satara district of the state of Maharashtra. Being a childhood companion of Shivaji, Tanaji was his most trusted ally and a
Kailash Satyarthi The Seeker of Truth Anonymous BUS 3305: Business Law and Ethics The University of the People Introduction Kailash Satyarthi is a human rights activist focused on ending child slavery and exploitive child labor, helping to save over 80,000 children from slavery (A Seeker… n.d.). We will look at how he, through great personal sacrifice, has been able to achieve so much in the fight for children. We will explore his early years, and what motivated him to pursue his calling, his selfless actions which made him a hero to so many and also look at how his actions contributed to entrepreneurship in the global economy. Early life Kailash Satyarthi was born Kailash Sharma January 11, 1954 in Vidisha, India (Wikipedia, n.d.). In order to understand what motived Mr. Satyarthi to become the champion for exploited and enslaved children it is necessary to look at a couple of incidents that occurred he himself was a boy.
He was born in Parner village. • Dr. Ramchandra Maharaj Parnerkar, founder of Shree Poornavadi Pariwar his niive place is parner. Every year thousands of followers gather at parner for GURU-SHISHYA melawa. (Union of teacher and followers) his PhD thesis of Poornawad is a classic work in economics and its been studied by numerous Indian and foreign universities. His successor Adv.
DevanuraMahadeva is a significant Dalit writer of modern Kannada literature. Mahadeva is known for his innovations in the narrative style, which has its roots in the traditional folk narratives. Mahadeva while allowing himself to be a product of social change, has a strong inclination to fall back on the cultural memory as the sure way of enhancing the self-respect and forging new identity for the humiliated communities. Odalala, a novelette, is an important work of Mahadeva. The story has an archetypal character as its protagonist.
Since Independence – since 1950, to be precise – the name of Vijay Tendulkar has been in the forefront of the Marathi drama and stage.His personality both as man and writer is multifaceted.Vijay Tendulkar is the most eminent and creative dramatist among the modern Marathi Playwrights. His plays Sakharam Binder and Ghashiram Kotwal created a storm in society and at the same time he won the highest award in the field of dramatics, on an all India level for his play Silence! The Court is in Session . His literary tendency can be observed through his numerous articles, short stories and one-act plays. Though his eyes are focussed on the middle class, his chief targets are the human mind, the way of life and the complexities there in.
Sridhar was had no child and therefore, he ardently worshipped the goddess hoping to get a child of his own. As a part of his daily ritual he performed 'Kanya-Pujan' to please the goddess. One day while Sridhar was performing the 'Kanya-Pujan' a girl who looked did not seem from his village appeared and told him to hold a Bhandara (community meal) for all the villagers the next day. The girl assured him that by performing the same
Mr. Ghanshyamdas Birla found no contradiction in pursuing business goals with the dedication of a saint, emerging as one of the foremost industrialists of pre-independence India. The principles by which he lived were immeresed by his grandson, Mr. Aditya Vikram Birla, the Group 's