“Persistent efforts, patience and trust are mandatorily needed for a spiritual aspirant for his progress”- HH Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji.
Namadwaar Singapore - Introduction
Namadwaar Singapore is a registered Hindu Society inspired by H H Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji. Practical aspects of Indian spiritual philosophy emphasise as its core principle that ‘Divinity and Humanity are Inseparable’. Our Master Sri Sri Swamiji teaches that universal love is accomplished by chanting the divine name (Nama) which will lead to inner transformation
‘Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare’
The name Namadwaar means the gateway (dwaar / door) to divinity, which is universal love to one and all, transcending boundaries of geography, age and religion. The mission of Namadwaar established in Singapore (since Nov 8, 2012) is to help promote Universal Love, Inner Transformation, Peace and Harmony, and strive for betterment of human race without any social, cultural and geographical barriers.
Book: ‘Kaakida Malargal’ compiled from various discourse of Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji , Part 1
Language of book: English (also available in Hindi and Tamil)
Publisher: Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Nama Biksha Kendra, India
Foreword: Our Sanatana Dharma is very ancient. Like a huge banyan tree with numerous branches, this dharma stands with numerous code, philosophies, ways of worship, traditions and customs. The uniqueness of this dharma lies in the fact that it offers ways to each and every person to lead a righteous, happy life in this world and to adopt a spiritual path best suited to their nature and thus attain the highest and absolute Truth. This book is a compilation of basics of Hinduism – Sanathana Dharma , presented in question – answer format.
1. Who founded the Hindu religion?
2. When was the Hindu religion born?
Hindu religion took birth at the time of creation of the world.
3. What is the holy book of the Hindu religion?
4. Who has authored the Vedas?
The Vedas originated from God.
5. Several names of Rishis are found in the Vedas. Have the Vedas been authored by them?
Rishis merely identified the Vedic sounds. They are not the authors.
6. Who then has compiled them all together?
Sri Vyaasa. That is why He is worshipped as the Veda Vyaasa Bhagavan.
7. Who has written the commentaries for the Vedas?
8. What is the meaning of the word Vedas?
The meaning of the word Vedas is knowledge.
9. What is the meaning of the word ‘Matham’ (religion)?
‘Matham’ is ideas accepted by the wise ones.
10. Who has given the name ‘Hindu’ to our religion?
For the complete set of Q and A in this book, please contact Singapore Namadwaar.