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Buy Clay Ganesha Idols in 2013 for a Natural and Ecofriendly Ganesh Chaturthi Festival

Ganesh Chaturthi Festival 2013 begins on September 9 and the Lord Ganesha idols are getting ready. This year if you wish to have an eco-sensitive and natural Ganesh Chaturthi Festival sticking to the true Hindu tradition please buy Lord Ganesha idols made of clay and that uses natural paints. There are numerous organizations that are selling natural hand-made clay Ganesh Idols. You can start placing your orders now. eCoexist, a social enterprise located in Pune, distributes Natural clay Ganesh idols. They have started taking orders for Ganesh Chaturthi Festival 2013. Various shapes and types of Natural Clay Ganesh idols are available at eCoexist and it can be found here.

There are numerous such organizations. Please make an effort to find organizations that sell natural clay Ganesh idols and the spread the news. Please avoid the use of Ganesha idols made of Plaster of Paris and chemical paints as it causes water pollution. And discourage the practice of abandoning the Plaster of Pari…

Website Dedicated to Sant Tukaram – Abhangas and Biography in Indian and Foreign Languages

The 17th century saint-poet Sant Tukaram Maharaj is one of the greatest poets in Marathi language and one of the greatest saints of the Bhakti Cult in Maharashtra. The multilingual website currently has poems of Tukaram Maharaj and articles related to Tukaram Maharaj in 13 Indian languages and nine foreign languages.The website (Tukaram.com) has biography and poems of Tukaram Maharaj in Marathi, English, Hindi, Bengali, Sindhi, Gujarati, Konkani, Sanskrit, Odiya, Kannada, Telugu, Malayalam and Tamil. And the foreign languages include French, German, Russian, Spanish, Esperanto, Dutch, Lithuanian and Argentina.You can find more details about the website here.

Osho on the meaning of the term Advaita

Osho tries to explain why Advaita defines Brahman as not two or why they did say it is one.Advaita means literally non-duality, not two. They could have said one, but the Upanishads never use the word ‘one.’ They say non-duality not two. And this is very significant, because if you say one, the two is implied, it becomes a positive statement. If you say there is only one, You are asserting something positive.The moment you say one, the two is implied, because one can exist only by the side of two. So Upanishads, never say that the Brahman is one, the truth is one. Rather they use a negative term; they say he is not two. So one is implied, but not directly asserted.Secondly, about the total we cannot assert anything positive, we cannot say what it is. At the most we can say what it is not, we can negate. We cannot say directly, because once we say something directly, it becomes defining, it becomes a limitation. When you simply say it is not two there is no boundary – the implication i…