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Of Artist’s Ego, Art for Art’s Sake, Consciousness and More (a non-review of Katyar Kaljat Ghusali)

A couple of weeks ago I watched a Marathi film (with English subtitles as I don’t know Marathi) titled, Katyar Kaljat Ghusali (translated, A dagger through the heart). Before watching the film, I didn’t know much about the plot nor had I read any reviews (as per my normal habit), except that I had seen some youtube clips… Continue reading Of Artist’s Ego, Art for Art’s Sake, Consciousness and More (a non-review of Katyar Kaljat Ghusali)

Satyam Shivam Sundaram · Spirituality beyond Religion · Words of The Mother and Sri Aurobindo

Of Opposites, Truths, and Totality

    I ended the very first post of this first month of the year with a sentence – “How interesting that Truth can be seen and expressed in so many different ways.” And quite interestingly, and really without any deliberate thought and planning on my part, this last post of January 2014 is also… Continue reading Of Opposites, Truths, and Totality

"All Music is Only the Sound of His Laughter" · Spirituality beyond Religion · Words of The Mother and Sri Aurobindo

Of Pots and Religions…with a bit of Santoor and Piano thrown on the Wheel

To see readers’ comments, click HERE for the previous version of the blog.   It is the multi-faceted diversity and complexity of human nature, temperament, and inner tuning that requires and also explains why different people need different ways or paths on their spiritual journey. Each religion has captured some essential aspect of the Great… Continue reading Of Pots and Religions…with a bit of Santoor and Piano thrown on the Wheel