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Watch Maharishi Television Channel Live Online

Maharishi Television Channel is dedicated to the teaching and meditation techniques of Late Maharishi Mahesh Yogi of the Transcendental Meditation (TM) movement. Webcasting of six channels are available currently.Maharishi Channel offers programs based on science and technology of Total Natural Law discovered by the disciplines of modern science — such as physics, mathematics, chemistry, physiology, etc. — and practically available through the Veda as brought to light in our scientific age by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Founder of the Transcendental Meditation programme and its advanced techniques including Yogic Flying.To watch Maharishi Television Channel Live Online you will need Octoshape plugin in your browser. You can view Maharishi Television Channel Live Online here at the official website.

Radha Raman Jayanti 2017 date

Radha Raman Jayanti is an important festival at the famous VrindavanRadharamanTemple. Radha Raman Jayanti 2017 date is April 30. Legend has it that the murti or worshipping idol of Radha Raman (Lord Krishna and Radha) manifested from a Salagrama in the temple on the day.

The Jayanti is annually observed on the Vaishakha Purnima (full moon day) day in the month Vaishakh as per traditional Hindu calendar followed in North India.

On the day devotees can have a darshan of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu’s cloth and asana at the RadhaRamanTemple in Vrindavan.

You can find more details of Radha Raman Jayanti here.

Symbolism in Deva and Asura – Dr S Radhakrishnan

Deva and Asura are demigods and demons. Since the word ‘deva’ is derived from a root denoting illumination, the demigods stand for such functions of the senses as are illuminated (regulated) by scripture. – Sashstrodbhasita indriya vrttayah…And demons opposed to the former, stand for such functions of the senses as delight in activity towards all sensual objects appertaining to them and are naturally of the nature of darkness. – Tama atmika indriya vrttaya…Thus in the body of all beings there is a perpetual fight between the two.Dr S RadhakrishnanSource – The Principal Upanishads – S. Radhakrishnan

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