Sailing towards the Golden Shore, climbing ten thousand Himalayas, the ancient Vedic way....

Sakali Tomar Ichha by Pannalal Bhattacharya

2:56 minutes (6.73 MB)

Here is an immortal song by Pannalal Bhattacharya, one of Sri Chinmoy's favourites.

Does anybody happen to know the translation or even just the English transliteration?

Do not allow sorrow


Do not allow sorrow
To shadow your path.

-- Sri Chinmoy

Prayer taught by Sri Chinmoy to his disciples on Monday, December 12 2005 (unofficial version).

Toccata in D minor by Bach

2:47 minutes (4.31 MB)

Following up Vivaldi's Allegro (Flute Concerto in G minor 'La Notte'), here is another musical masterpiece that has been inspiring me very much. It is the Toccata in D minor by Bach, composed in 1709.

This piece always reminds me of Guru's organ concerts. With utmost respect to Bach, I hope to be forgiven if I say I appreciate, love and adore Guru's own performances by far, very far.

Flute Concerto in G minor 'La Notte', VI. Allegro by Vivaldi

2:02 minutes (2.96 MB)

I started to like classical music only after joining the Path and attending the charming Classical Concerts during Celebrations.

I will try to post here some works that inspire me. This piece is from Flute Concerto in G minor 'La Notte, composed by the Italian Antonio Vivaldi in 1731.

Guru Purnima - a story from The Mahabharata

To celebrate in a small way this year's Guru Purnima , (happening this Friday 18 July 2008) here is a charming story from the Mahabharata, from the translation by Kisari Mohan Ganguli (published between 1883 and 1896)

The Ganguli English translation of the Mahabharata

The Ganguli English translation of the Mahabharata

Santi Parva, Section CCCXXVIII

Vyasa the son of Parsara, after the arrival of his puissant son, continued to dwell there on the Himavat (Himalayas) engaged in teaching his disciples and his son. One day, as he was seated, his disciples, all well skilled in the Vedas, having their senses under control, and endued with tranquil souls, sat themselves around him. All of them had thoroughly mastered the Vedas with their branches. All of them were observant of penances. With joined hands they addressed their preceptor in the following words.

The Authentic Neapolitan Pizza

I am a pizza lover. Somebody could even say I am a pizza fanatico.

Recently I have found two nice photographs of authentic Neapolitan Pizza:

Authentic Neapolitan Pizza Marinara

Authentic Neapolitan Pizza Marinara

Authentic Neapolitan Pizza Margherita

Authentic Neapolitan Pizza Margherita

Lion: Sovereignty

Lion: Sovereignty

Lion: Sovereignty

Lion, my lion,
To your stupendous sovereignty
Impotent lives quickly surrender.
Your sovereignty
Has not destroyed your sense of necessity.
You do not roam
Beyond necessity's door.
Yours is the golden shore.

From: Animal Kingdom, by Sri Chinmoy

More about Lord Ganesha

It seems that the Lord Ganesha section is quite popular right now.

You may want to visit the Book on Lord Ganesha, which containing one of the most beautiful pictures of Lord Ganesha I have found.

In any case, thank you for your visit, and for being inspired by Ganapati!

The pangram, or holoalphabetic sentence



A pangram (Greek: pan gramma, "every letter"), or holoalphabetic sentence, is a sentence which uses every letter of the alphabet at least once.

Interesting pangrams are generally short; constructing a sentence that includes the fewest repeat letters possible is a challenging task.

Maitree Express: the train uniting hearts

Sri Chinmoy's only ambition as a child was to become a train ticket collector or an inspector like his father. To have a train promote oneness between India and Bangladesh, what a piece of good news!

India and Bangladesh are divinely meant to be one once again, hopefully sooner rather than later.

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