The Power of Friendship:

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The Power of Friendship: Building Meaningful Connections.

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Friendship as a sacred connection goes beyond the conventional understanding of friendship and taps into a deeper, spiritual dimension. Here I would like to share my views on Friendship. Please share your views through comments.

What is friendship?

Genuine friendships transcend superficial differences such as age, social status, cultural background, and material wealth. True friends accept and support each other regardless of these factors, focusing on the deeper connection and shared values that bind them together. Friendship is built on mutual trust, respect, and understanding, forming a bond that goes beyond external circumstances and societal divisions. It is a beautiful reminder that true friendship can flourish among individuals from diverse backgrounds, enriching our lives with their unique perspectives and experiences.

The root word of friendship:

The English word “friendship” comes from Old English “freondscipe,” which means “friendship, mutual liking and regard”. The word “friend” is cognate with Old Frisian “friend,” Old Dutch “friunt,” Old High German “friunt,” and Old Icelandic “frændi,” among others. All of these words are ultimately descended from the same word, which is a noun formed from the present participle of the Germanic base of the word “free”. The Proto-Germanic word for “friendship” is “*frijōndiskapiz”The word “friend” is related to “freedom” and “love”.

Friendship is a universal phenomenon that transcends age and social positions. Family members, including parents, grandparents, and siblings, can develop deep and meaningful friendships that combine the love and care of a familial bond with the qualities of friendship. 

Parent-Child Friendship:

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A parent-child relationship is typically rooted in love, care, and responsibility. However, it can also evolve into a friendship characterized by trust, understanding, and mutual respect. As children grow older and develop their own identities, parents can transition from purely authoritative figures to supportive friends who offer guidance, companionship, and a safe space for open communication. Parent-child friendships are built on a foundation of unconditional love and can serve as a source of strength and emotional support throughout life.

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Grandparent-Grandchild Friendship:

Grandparents often play a unique role in a child’s life. As they have already experienced the responsibilities of parenthood, they can embrace a more relaxed and nurturing dynamic with their grandchildren. This relationship can evolve into a warm and cherished friendship. Grandparents can offer wisdom, life lessons, and a wealth of experiences, while grandchildren bring joy, energy, and a fresh perspective. The mutual love and respect between grandparents and grandchildren can form a strong and enduring friendship that bridges the generational gap.

Sibling Friendship:

Sibling relationships are a blend of familial bonds and friendship. Brothers and sisters share common experiences, grow up together, and develop a deep understanding of one another. Siblings can become confidants, companions, and pillars of support, forming lifelong friendships grounded in shared memories, unconditional love, and a sense of belonging.

Support and Companionship:

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Family friendships provide a strong support system and companionship. They offer a safe and familiar space to share thoughts, feelings, and life’s challenges. The shared bond of friendship within the family unit creates a sense of belonging and reassurance that one is not alone.

The impact of holy and unholy friendships on society.

Under holy friendships, humanity experiences a transformative and uplifting impact. Holy friendships inspire individuals to embody virtues such as compassion, kindness, honesty, and selflessness. This positive influence ripples out to the broader society, fostering a culture of empathy, cooperation, and social harmony. Holy friendships encourage individuals to contribute to the greater good, engage in acts of service, and work towards the betterment of humanity as a whole. They promote personal growth, moral development, and the cultivation of a virtuous character, leading to a society that values compassion, justice, and ethical behaviour.

Impact of unholy friendships.

Unholy friendships may involve the exchange or reinforcement of harmful beliefs, behaviours, or practices. When people with destructive intentions or ideologies form alliances, they can amplify and disseminate negative influences throughout the society or nation, potentially leading to increased violence, discrimination, or other harmful actions. Unholy friendships have a detrimental impact on humanity. These friendships often foster negative behaviours, encourage self-centeredness, and perpetuate harmful patterns. Individuals influenced by unholy friendships may engage in unethical actions, exhibit a lack of empathy, and prioritize personal gain over the well-being of others. This can lead to a breakdown of trust, social divisions, and a general decline in the collective moral compass.

Unholy friendships contribute to societal issues such as greed, corruption, discrimination, and injustice, creating an environment that is characterized by conflict, selfishness, and a disregard for the common good.

The impact of holy and unholy friendships on humanity extends beyond individual relationships. The collective influence of these friendships shapes societal values, norms, and behaviours. Holy friendships uplift society by promoting virtues and inspiring positive change, while unholy friendships contribute to the erosion of moral standards and hinder social progress. The choices individuals make regarding their friendships, whether they prioritize cultivating holy connections or succumb to unholy influences, have far-reaching consequences for the overall well-being and moral fabric of humanity.

Unconditional Love and Acceptance:

Holy friendships are characterized by a profound sense of unconditional love and acceptance. Friends in such relationships offer support, understanding, and forgiveness without judgment or expectation.

Spiritual Nourishment:

Just as spiritual practices nourish the soul; holy friendships can provide spiritual nourishment. These friendships often involve deep conversations, contemplation of life’s purpose, and exploration of existential questions.

Transformation and Growth:

Holy friendships have the power to transform individuals. Through their shared experiences and support, friends can encourage each other to break through limiting beliefs, overcome challenges, and embrace personal transformation.

Higher Purpose and Connection:

Holy friendships often involve a shared sense of higher purpose or a connection to something beyond the individual self. Friends may engage in acts of service, volunteer work, or spiritual practices together, deepening their bond and strengthening their connection to a greater spiritual reality. 


Friendship as a sacred connection goes beyond surface-level interactions and taps into the spiritual dimension of human relationships. It involves shared values, unconditional love, and acceptance, providing spiritual nourishment, facilitating personal growth and transformation, and fostering compassion, empathy, and a connection to something greater.

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A mindset of Gratitude: For The SUN ☀

Gratitude is a powerful emotion:

Expressing gratitude can have a significant impact on our mental and physical well-being. Here are a few reasons why gratitude is important:

  1. Enhances positive emotions: Gratitude helps us cultivate positive emotions such as happiness, joy, and contentment. By focusing on the good things in our lives and appreciating the people and things that bring us joy, we can increase our overall sense of well-being and happiness.
  2. Improves relationships: Gratitude can strengthen our relationships by helping us appreciate the people in our lives and fostering a sense of connection and empathy. 
  3. Reduces stress and anxiety: Gratitude has been shown to reduce stress and anxiety by promoting positive emotions and helping us focus on the present moment. 
  4. Increases resilience: Gratitude can help us build resilience by encouraging us to focus on our strengths and the positive aspects of our lives, even in difficult situations. 
  5. Improves physical health: Gratitude has been linked to a range of physical health benefits, including improved sleep, reduced inflammation, and better heart health. 

Focusing on What You Have Can Bring More Abundance into Your Life:

Gratitude is an attitude of appreciation and thankfulness towards the things and people in our lives. It helps us to focus on what we have rather than what we lack, and to recognize the goodness in our lives.

Let us start with the gratitude towards the SUN.

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“The Importance of Gratitude for the Sun: How Our Star Brings Light and Life to Our Planet”

The sun is an incredible star that provides light, heat, and energy to our planet. We owe our very existence to this massive ball of gas, and yet, we often forget to express gratitude for all that it does for us. In this article, we will explore why it is essential to be thankful for the sun and how we can benefit from practicing gratitude towards it. The sun is an important symbol in Hinduism, and its resemblance to salvation is described in the Vedas. Just as the sun is the source of all life and energy, salvation is the ultimate source of peace and happiness. 

SUN does not discriminate who is bad or who is good. The Sun gives its light to everyone and every being.

Above statement is a profound philosophical concept that reflects the universal nature of the SUN and its role in sustaining life on Earth. In philosophy, this concept can be understood through the lens of non-Dualism, which suggests that there is no separation between the self and the Universe. According to nondualism, everything is interconnected and interdependent, and the apparent divisions between different beings and objects are illusory.

SUN recognizes the inherent interconnectedness of all things and understands that every being is a manifestation of the same universal consciousness.

The SUN’s rays are an expression of this universal life force, which is not biased towards any particular being or object. The SUN shines its light and gives its energy to all beings equally, regardless of their qualities or actions.  SUN’s rays represent the unconditional love and acceptance that is at the heart of nondualism. 

We must glorify five basic elements as mentioned that are mentioned in the Vedas. According to the Vedas, the universe is made up of five basic elements, which are:
  1. Earth: This element represents the solid aspect of nature. It provides us with a foundation to stand on, and it is the source of all minerals and nutrients that we need for our survival.
  2. Water: This element represents the fluid aspect of nature. It is the source of life, and it provides us with hydration and nourishment. It is also essential for the growth of all living things.
  3. Fire: This element represents the energy aspect of nature. It provides us with light, warmth, and energy, and it is the source of all transformation and change.
  4. Air: This element represents the gaseous aspect of nature. It is the source of all movement and communication, and it is essential for the exchange of gases that we need to breathe.
  5. Space: This element represents the etheric aspect of nature. It is the source of all sound, and it provides us with the space and freedom to move and grow.

We should be grateful for these five basic elements as they are the building blocks of the universe and our existence. They provide us with everything we need for our survival and growth. 


By recognizing the universal nature of the SUN’s rays and their role in sustaining life, we can cultivate a deeper sense of connection and compassion for all beings, regardless of their qualities or actions.  By cultivating gratitude, we can enhance positive emotions, improve our relationships, reduce stress and anxiety, increase resilience, and improve our physical health.

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Blessing In Disguise: My personal experience: No: -1


The phrase “blessings in disguise” refers to unexpected and seemingly negative events or circumstances that ultimately have positive outcomes. The origin of this statement can be traced back to an old fable that dates back to ancient times.

There is a story on this phrase: ” Blessings in Disguise”.

The story goes that a king once had a wise advisor who always told him that “all that happens is for the good.” The king was sceptical of this, so he devised a test to prove his advisor wrong. He ordered the advisor to wear a necklace of precious jewels and walk through the streets of the city, only to be robbed by a thief. The advisor complied, and sure enough, he was robbed by a thief who took the necklace.

The king then revealed himself to the advisor and asked him if he still believed that all that happens is for the good. The advisor replied that he did and explained that the thief had spared his life because he recognized the advisor as the king’s trusted advisor. The thief knew that if he killed the advisor, he would have incurred the wrath of the king, so he let him go.

The king was impressed by the advisor’s wisdom and declared that indeed, there are blessings in disguise. From that point on, the phrase “blessings in disguise” has been used to describe unexpected events or circumstances that turn out to be beneficial in the long run, even if they don’t seem that way at first.

In modern times, the phrase “blessings in disguise” is often used as a reminder to look for the positive in difficult situations, and to have faith that things will work out in the end. It encourages people to be resilient, adaptable, and open-minded, and to trust that there is a greater purpose or plan behind the events of their lives.

Life has a funny way of turning things around, what may seem like a setback or a disappointment at first, can often turn out to be a blessing in disguise. In this blog post, I will share my personal experience of how an unexpected turn of events led me to discover some hidden blessings that I never would have imagined.

My personal experience: No: -1

In 1993, I was working as a CNS Executive at Ahmedabad Airport, responsible for managing the Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance subsystems that form the backbone of Air Traffic Management (ATM) infrastructure. However, I faced a difficult situation due to dirty politics played by the then Officer in charge and a few of his associates. They would frequently change my unit to create difficulties and mental pressure.


Despite the challenges, I persisted and continued to work on different subsystems, gaining valuable experience in VHF, HF, DVOR, DME, ILS, and X-BIS technologies over the next six years. This experience proved to be a blessing in disguise when a new ruling came in that required a minimum of two years of experience in a facility to be eligible to appear for the proficiency certificate examination. 

Fortunately, I had acquired the necessary experience in all of the relevant facilities, and as a result, I was allowed to appear for the theory and practical exam. Thanks to my dedication and hard work, I was able to pass both with flying colours.

Meanwhile, the officers who played dirty politics with me were unable to appear for more than two facilities, as they had not changed their units to enjoy fixed-duty places. This turned out to be a blessing in disguise for me, as it allowed me to gain valuable experience and knowledge that ultimately helped me succeed in my career.


Looking back, I realize that the difficult situation I faced at Ahmedabad Airport was actually a blessing in disguise. It taught me the value of perseverance and hard work, and it helped me develop the skills and expertise I needed to succeed in my career. And while I would never wish for similar challenges again, I know that I can handle them if they arise, thanks to the blessings that emerged from that difficult situation.

Note: CNS facilities are managed by Air Traffic Safety Electronics Personnel (ATSEPs), who are responsible for the specification, procurement, installation, integration, calibration, maintenance, safety assurance, and monitoring of these systems. ATSEPs are typically engineers, technicians, and hardware/software specialists who work closely with air traffic controllers to ensure the safe and efficient movement of aircraft.

Next Post will be on another example of “Blessings in Disguise”.

Happy Valentines Day to all of You my friends!

“Within the City of Divine Matrix, which is the Body, there is the Heart, and within the Heart there is a little house. The house has the shape of a Lotus, and within it dwells That which shines by its own light which is to be sought after, inquired about, and realized. What is there in that space? One should know what is there?

Heart is emblem of the Cosmic Secret:

” There is as much in that little space within the heart, as there is in the whole Universe outside. Heaven, Earth, Fire, Wind, Sun, Moon, Lightning, Stars, whatever is and whatever is not, everything is there inside our Heart.”

Though old age comes to the body, the lotus of the heart does not grow old. When body dies, it does not die. Infinite Intelligence field exists there. It is untouched by any deed. Does not suffer ageing, free from hunger, grief, and thirst. Its desires are right desires, and his desires are fulfilled.

Ten Mantras: Different worlds of Love:

Mantra-1:  If a person wants to see someone, say a forefather in the other world, he/she can see him at once. There is no such thing as other world for a person who has Realised the “Divine Matrix”. 

Mantra-2. If you want the company of your father, all you need to do is to Will it. They will appear and make you happy.

Mantra-3. If you want the company of your mother, all you need to do is to Will it. They will appear and make you happy.

Mantra-4. If you want the company of your brother(s), all you need to do is to Will it. They will appear and make you happy.

Mantra-5. If you want the company of your sister(s), all you need to do is to Will it. They will appear and make you happy.

Mantra-6. If you want the company of your friends, all you need to do is to Will it. They will appear and make you happy.

Mantra-7. If you want the company of your Love, all you need to do is to Will it. She/He will appear and make you happy.

Mantra-8. If you want perfume or flowers, all you need to do is to Will it. It will appear and make you happy.

Mantra-9. If you want foods or drinks, all you need to do is to Will it. It will appear and make you happy.

Mantra-10. If you want a thing or a place, all you need to do is to Will it. It will appear and make you happy.

Based on Chhandagyo Upanishad: 8th Chapter

So, Love It, Will It, and Get It!

The Self stays in the heart:

Happy Valentines Day!!!

Learning is a continuous process

Happy to receive this certificate!

Finally received much waited certificate, though not satisfied with the result as “good” only. Finished this course with great difficulties, mainly due to cataract operation on my right eye, that caused havoc interruption while the course was going on.

The most interesting topic for me was “Magnetic field as an essential consequence of Special Theory of relativity”.

Enjoyed this course. This study of Electromagnetism gives me immense pleasure for two causes: 1) It is exclusively related to my previous job and 2) It is related to nature of “Brahman” as described in Vedanta.
Love you all my friends.❤️🙏

  I am grateful to you: I am Back🙏

Matthew 6:22-23

22 “The eye is the lamp of the body. If your eyes are healthy, your whole body will be full of light.

23 But if your eyes are unhealthy, your whole body will be full of darkness. If then the light within you is darkness, how great is that darkness!

Let me express my sincere gratitude for all your blessings, prayers, good wishes.

  • I am now back to you after successful eye surgery of the right eye [CATARACT]

  • Post-surgery, I find my vision is clear. Colours are bright and distinct.

  • Left Eye was operated upon on 22nd July-2022.

  • Right Eye was operated upon 14th November-2022.

  • Now both the eyes have normal vision.

  • After recommended rest of eye, I am here to express my gratitude:


I missed you all, very badly!!

Very soon I shall publish my Blogs those are ready for final touch!


I Do Express my Gratitude ! ! !


Let me express my sincere gratitude for all your blessings, prayers, good wishes.

  • I am now back to you after successful eye surgery[CATARACT]

  • Post surgery, I find my vision is clear. Colors are bright and distinct.

  • Left Eye was operated upon on 22nd July-2022.

  • After recommended rest of eye, I am here to say :


Very soon I shall publish my Blogs those are ready for final touch!


Essence of Prashna Upanishad: Part-2 of 6


  • The article is based on my studies, my concept, my thoughts on the subject. It is further supplemented  with my experiences and self realization.
  • ☆I found some link between modern science(Quantum mechanics) and teachings of ancient sages as mentioned in Vedanta, regarding Universe, Supreme Consciousness or the Ultimate truth , the Ultimate Reality whatever we say.
  • Having gone through the Vedanta/ancient texts, commentaries, translated by different writers, translators, publishers on the same topic, I have tried my best to share the subject matter as I understood and convinced too. My intention is to reach to you with the topic that I found very useful for human lives. I am not good in English literature. Please give your valuable suggestions for the improvement and valuable inputs to make the text beneficial for mankind.
  • ☆ The Spiritual context is purely based on ancient sacred texts. Sanskrit slokas are taken from books and websites. There may be little variation in the translations and commentaries. I have shared my own views and explanations according to my concept gathered in the subject through experience and intuitions. There is no discrimination against any religion, race, cast or creed.
  • Your feedback will be highly appreciated. I am sure that the subject matter is highly logical and does not bring any conflict. Hope you will enjoy reading. Regards. NAMASTE. I can be reached at :

” Prana” is The Universal Energy, which moves the Whole Universe.


Prashna Upanishad comes from the Brahmana portion of the Atharva Veda, belonging to Pippalada Sakha. It has 67 mantras spread over six chapters. Each chapter contains one question. Prashna means question.  The scientific approach of Vedanta is the basis of the Prashna Upanishad, where the teacher and the students are engaged in an enquiry into the nature of Universe.

This Upanishad leads the aspirant from the known to the unknown, from the manifest to the unmanifest, from the grossly materialistic mind to the Supremely subtle, Absolute and Pure Consciousness’.

We will discuss only about the Second Question in this part.
The First Question has been discussed in my previous blog. The Link is here: Essence of Prashna Upanishad: Part-1 of 6

Peace invocation:-

ॐ भद्रं कर्णेभिः श‍ृणुयाम देवा
भद्रं पश्येमाक्षभिर्यजत्राः ।
स्थिरैरङ्गैस्तुष्तुवाꣳसस्तनूभिर्व्यशेम देवहितं यदायुः ॥

स्वस्ति न इन्द्रो वृद्धश्रवाः
      स्वस्ति नः पूषा विश्ववेदाः ।
स्वस्ति नस्तार्क्ष्यो अरिष्टनेमिः
      स्वस्ति नो बृहस्पतिर्दधातु ॥

ॐ शान्तिः शान्तिः शान्तिः ॥

In this Upanishad, there are six disciples. Each asks a question to the Guru and Guru answers them. Each question and answer becomes a chapter. The first question refers to the origin of the created beings, the second to the constituents of Human personality, the third to the nature of origin of Prana, the fourth is about the psychological aspect of the Human personality , the fifth is about “pranava” and the sixth is about the metaphysical principle in man. The need of faith, austerity and continence of body and mind for spiritual knowledge is emphasized.

Here we will look into the discussion of Prana, the invisible Power by which material life is sustained. From this chapter onwards we will study about the true Spiritual path, towards the realm of the Spirit, called Prana.

The Second question by Bhargava:

Mantra 2.1:  Bhargava of Vidarbha questioned the Master” O Venerable Sir, How many Devas (Or Deities) support the living being? Which of them gives Life to this Body? Again, who among them is the greatest?

We see here that the question no-2 is on microcosm, where as question no-1 was on macrocosm. From the creation of the world as well as living beings, the question has now shifted to how each individual is really governed? The student here wants to know the administrative setup how the tiny part of the Universe is governed. Who is behind this animating body?

§ Each Deity (Deva) claimed to be Supreme.

Mantra 2.2: The Master replied ” Indeed Space is the foremost Deity (Deva); then come Air, Fire, Water and Earth; Next come Speech, Mind, Eye and Ear too.” Wanting to show their glory, they quarrelled among themselves.

§ Who is Chief among them?

Mantra 2.3: Prana the chief of them, said ” Be not lost in delusion, it is I alone, dividing myself fivefold who keeps this body going and gives the support needed by it”. But they had no faith in Prana’s word.

§ Prana goes on Strike!

Prana got agitated and threatened to quit.   As he got up to leave from the body, the other organs followed suit. When it settled down they all settled down with it. As bees go out when their queen goes out and return when she returns, even so did speech, mind, eye, ear and the rest. They, being satisfied, praised Prana.

The organs realized, that if Prana did leave, they would have to depart from the body, for they can not survive without the presence of Life!

§ Glorification of Prana:

Mantra 2.5: As Fire, Prana burns: This is energy aspect. It is seen the Sun. It is the rain and clouds in it’s aspect as Air and Water; Earth is it’s matter aspect, seen as the Moon. So Prana is formless and has form too. It is Immortal!

§ Prana as All Knowledge and Administration:

Mantra 2.6: As Spokes in the hub of a Wheel, everything rests on Prana, including the Rig-Veda, the Yajur-Veda, the Sama-Veda, the Kshattriyas and the Brahmanas.

§ Prana as All living creatures.

Mantra 2.7: Life, Prajapati (Lord of creation), moving in the womb, master of five streams! All things offer you their tribute.

From above verse we understand that the sense organs bring offerings to Prana. Prana dwelling in the body is like a King (Prajapati)and the sense organs are like his Subjects. Offerings are token of love, reverence and respect to another. By Prana are all senses and mind supported.

§ Prana as a ” Courier Service”

Mantra 2.8: ” You are the Chief carrier of offerings to the Gods and carry the first oblations to the forefathers. You are the Truth that sages practice. You also help guide the organs so that they function correctly.

§ Life! Creator , protector, Destroyer ! Sun in Heavenly circuit! Master of Stars!

Mantra 2.9: ” O Prana, You are Indra; you are Rudra too in prowess. You are also their Protector. As the Sun you move about in the sky and you are the Lord of all luminous bodies.

§ Prana as the Giver of Rain.

Mantra 2.10: ” When you cause the Rain, O Prana, all livings are delighted, who think that there will be as much food as they would like to have.”

§ Prana  is ” Vishvasya Sat-patih”

Mantra 2.11″ ” O Prana, you are pure by nature. You are the sacred ekarshi fire, the consumer of everything, the gracious Lord of the world. We offer you oblations, O all pervading Air, you are our father.

§ Prayer to Prana

Mantra 2.12: Make that auspicious form of yours which abides in our speech, hearing, sight, and which also pervades the mind and never forsake us.

Mantra 2.13: May Life, Master of the three worlds, protect us as a mother protect her children. Grant us Wisdom, grant us prosperity.

Note: Concept of Prana is explained in “Tattva Bodha”


Prana” is vital energy and invisible to us. It is like Electric Power ,which gives life to the machines and machines run, animates.  Same way this vital energy “Prana” animates us, the live bodies.  It runs the 1st layer the Physical body. This prana is external to further subtler energy which is Mind. 

** Upanishad do not say any word which may create hatred about anything living or non-living.

Books of Related Interest:

  1. THE DIVINE MATRIX: Bridging Time, Space, Miracles and Belief. By GREGG BRADEN
  2. THE TEN PRINCIPAL UPANISHADS.****** Translated By: Shree Purohit Swami and W.B.YEATS.
  3. BLACK HOLES: The BBC Reith Lectures : Stephen Hawking.
  4. Taking the Quantum Leap: The new Physics for Non scientists: By Fred Alan Wolf
  5. You are the Universe by Deepak Chopra and Menas Kafatos.
  6. BIOCENTRISM : How life and Consciousness are the keys to understanding the True nature of the Universe: By Robert Lanza MD with BOB BERMAN
  7. The Self Aware Universe: How Consciousness creates the material world: By Amit Goswami, Ph.D.
  8. Back to the Truth: 5000 years of ADVAITA by Dennis Waite.**
  9. THE TEN PRINCIPAL UPANISHADS: Translated by Shree Purohit** Swami and W.B.Yeats
  10. Brahma Sutra Bhasya of Sankaracharya: Translated by Swami Gambhirananda.**
  11. Commentary of ChAndogya Upanishad: By Swami Krishnananda.
  12. ChAndogya Upanishad: By Swami GuruBhaktananda.
  13. EIGHT UPANISADS -VOL-1 with commentary of Sankaracharya, Translated by SWAMI GAMBHIRANANDA.
  14. THE TAITTIRIYA UPANISHAD: SHIKSHAVALLI-ANANDAVALLI-BHRIGUVALLI with Sri Shankara’s Commentary By Sri Swami Satchidanandera Saraswati.
  15. A-U-M Awakening to Reality : By Dennis Waite***
  16. Panchadasi: Swami Vidyaranya: 
  17. Information available on internet.

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Single Line Story Challenge:


First of all I would like to thank Aparna { Her Blog – Single Line Story Challenge – My Verselets ( } for nominating me for this wonderful chain of challenge ” Single Line Story Challenge “.

I am highly honoured with the nomination. She says that she is just an ordinary girl, though I believe that she has amazing writing skills. I am feeling grateful to her as this was my first challenge. Please visit her website.


  • Thank the person who nominated you.
  • Write 5 single line stories that fall under any of these genres (you can pick which ones you do!):
    • fantasy
    • romance
    • thriller
    • mystery
    • western
    • contemporary
    • historical
    • drama
    • dystopian
    • adventure
    • sci-fi
    • paranormal
    • young adult
  • You can choose 5 genres that’s easiest for you, or you can challenge yourself to try something new!
  • Nominate 5 blogger/writers who you’d love to see participate and leave an open nomination for all writers!
  • You can do this challenge more than once.

My Stories( In fact, these are facts)

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Thriller:– Just escaped death when I was kneeling down under a Gun-point during 1991, during my tenure at Dimapur Airport, Nagaland.

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Paranormal:– In 2016, I was alone in Ahmedabad Airport Quarter, it became a nightmare, when my senior colleague’s wife came to my bed at about 1:25 AM, who died on 2011, because that Bungalow I was holding, was her residence during 1999-2004.

Young adult:– At 19 started loving a girl and married her at my 26, after passing through many hurdles, agonies, anxieties and what not.

Romance:– A romance with a long distance love, finally became a successful One.

Blessings in disguise:– During my service, I faced lots of injustice, at different locations, due local office politics, which finally brought me high reputation with high departmental ratings and sound financial gains.

Hope you will also share your stories.

I would like to nominate:

Anita Vij


Chen Song Ping@ TPTan




And it is open to all who follows me:

I found some joy with this activity. I was nominated by Aparna, an young beautiful girl with high intellect. So I made my mind to respond to her call.

Thank you Aparna and thank you my friends. Not an obligatory. Take it easy!!

Best Wishes:

Arun Singha 🙏🙏


Number of Blog followers crossed 50+

I am extremely happy to say that number of my blog followers crossed 50+
I consider this as my achievement. At the same time I express my gratefulness to my followers for their continuous support, encouragement and guidance.