Spiritual Updates from Tanuja Thakur

Vedic Sanatan Dharma


In Vedic Sanatan Dharma, the extent of the subtle worlds is to the seven upper Lokas (worlds – Bhu, Bhuva, Swarg, Mahar, Jana, Tapa and Satya Lok) and to seven Pataals (lower sublte worlds) and in other so called Dharma (all are Kaliyugi, meaning of the age of Kali, hence it would be best to […]

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Spirituality is understood through Sadhana (spiritual practice)


Spirituality is understood through Sadhana (spiritual practice). If Spirituality is understood, then it becomes easy to comprehend the greatness of Dharma. The core of the process of….

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Authorities in Spirituality


Spirituality is a science which can be learnt, experienced only and only under a saint or evolved seeker because they practice spirituality and so has the authority. We do not have lecturers in this field of science we either have the curious, the seeker, the disciple or the saint  ! -Tanuja Thakur

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Seekers worship the warrior form of God Krushna in present times


In the present times, seekers who worship the warrior form of God Krushna (the Sudarshan Chakra-wielding form) are required instead of the devotees adoring the saviour form i.e….

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Devastation is always followed by reconstruction


When one or two parts of a vehicle develop a snag, they can be replaced, but when all the parts start malfunctioning and the vehicle becomes useless, it should be sold to a scrap dealer and a new car bought. Similarly, when corruption and immoral conduct pervade all sections of the society, no other option, […]

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The Sanskrut meaning of temple is Devalaya


The Sanskrut meaning of temple is Devalaya, which means the abode of deities. Basically all our temples were the centres to impart knowledge about Dharma. But today, while the Muslims teach Quran in the mosque and Christians teach Bible in church, the Hindu temples have just been reduced to being a centre for ritualistic practices […]

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Attitude of Hindus towards their nearby temples


Ignoring the temple of God Shiva in front of the house and proceeding on a pilgrimage to Kailash Mansarovar, people feel that they will get God Shiva’s grace ! Time has come and now the temples around us must be converted into centres of Dharmashikshan (education about abiding Dharma)! If the Purohits (priest) of the […]

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Devotee, God and Spiritual Emotion


  When Shri Krushna had lifted Govardhan Parvat (mountain), the Gopas-Gopis (male and female cowherds) were not clapping. Instead, all of them tried to ontribute their mite by providing support with their lathis (sticks). They knew very well that God Krushna was capable of lifting Govardhan, but they wanted to offer their services to the […]

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Definition of Bhakta (devotee)


One is who is not seperate(vibhakt) from God even for a fraction of second is called a bhakta (devotee) , in other words a bhakt is in constant communion with the Almighty . In simple words, the seeker who is experiencing the last stage of devotion can be basically called bhakta ! – Tanuja Thakur

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