“Log kiya kahenge..”

 “Log kiya kahenge, Kiya sochenge”..“What will people say, or think”..

We let these three words dictate our entire life and living; by ‘those’ who themselves have no idea what the right karm, or dharm should be in their own lives.

                                    This particular photo is from a village in India

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It shows a woman trying to look at me with one eye through her sari veil, as she has been conditioned to this way of life by the samaj (society) and tradition.

It symbolizes turning a blind eye to what the truth and humanitarian right action may be; in any situation.

We all become like this lady in the photo, who according to the customs of her community can see the world only through her sari veil.

Similarly we let the world put a veil across our minds and thus dictate what we should do or become, taking us away from the truth of the uniqueness of each human born on earth.

Majority of us humans live blindly; simply because there is safety in following the masses, and it is so easy, as then there is no sense of responsibility on your head.

Due to this dictate we live an entire life covered in the veil of fear. (Of what will people think or say!)

No thought is ever given to what might be the truth behind this living.

Jai Shreeji!

Your Belief system


Does your Belief stem from understanding or from fear ?

Any Belief that has its roots in right understanding is positive and helps in spiritual growth.

A Belief system that originates from Fear does not facilitate positive growth, even though the person may spend hours in some rituals.

Before starting any process of worship or sewa, it would be helpful, if first some time is spent in understanding why you are doing what you do.

As then the entire pursuit becomes growth oriented, even though time spent in it may be less.


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( This particular photo is from the ancient Vishvanath (Shivji) mandir located at Gupt Kashi, Rudra Prayag. This is a Kund in the courtyard, which has Ganga and Yamuna flowing in the Kund. Every km of the Himalayas is full of sacred sthals)

Jai Shreeji!