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We are looking for inclusive consciousness. The western mind is about exclusiveness.
Inclusiveness to exclusiveness is happening today because our education and constitution is western.
If you ignore about 80% of the country's sentiment and kill millions of cows and export beef, it is not acceptable.
Nandi is a symbolism of eternal waiting, because waiting is considered the greatest virtue in Indian culture
Things that are in touch with your body, like your clothes, imbibe a certain amount of your quality. Even after a person dies, that can crackle a bit. That is why there are many rituals in Indian culture, so that withdrawal of energy is total.
The beauty of India was that it was a land of seekers. This nature of seeking kept us away from conflict.
Multiplicity of the magnificent culture & arts of India definitely needs a big stage
We are bowing down to food because we know that how you treat the food, accordingly it behaves within you.
The long-cherished cultural heritage of Bharat is just a consequence of the deep-rooted spiritual work that has gone in this land for several millennia. Conservation of this work is paramount.
The ethos of indian civilization is like an amoeba, it can change, it can integrate, it can drop with impunity

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Culture so gentle Under mass of time did crumble In an effort for eternal mantle They made every step a Temple
This is a nation where a large population will give up everything a person normally aspires for - all pleasures of life, all comforts, all rights - to simply live in pursuit of what is ultimately right
The long-cherished cultural heritage of Bharat is just a consequence of the deep-rooted spiritual work that has gone in this land for several millennia. Conservation of this work is paramount.
The beauty of India was that it was a land of seekers. This nature of seeking kept us away from conflict.
India is the only culture that did not make God supreme. Here, liberation - you becoming free from your bondage - is the supreme goal. God is just a stepping stone. You can either use it or skip over it.
If you take away the cultural fabric, there is nothing to hold this country as one nation
Before occupation, education was embedded in India's culture. time to build on intellectual capital
Unique facet about Indian culture is that it was crafted to support & nurture every human being's ultimate aspiration
Healing balm either for earth or soul bound to come from India. It is in its very nature.
In ancient times, India did not exist as one country. Its people were not of the same religion, race or language. But still, a sense of unity existed throughout the land because of the common spiritual ethos that the people carried in them
People always looked east when they thought of living well. This culture has always had this power, but the culture has fallen. But one must understand, this happens to all cultures. There will be peaks and there will be downtrends. If we as a generation have any sense, we have to pull it up. It does not happen free of cost, everyone has to work for it
The role of the arts in creating a conducive ambiance for the spiritual pursuit has always been central in this culture. It is not accidental that the most powerfully consecrated temples were also vibrant centers of dance and music
This is the fundamental of this nation, that we always focused on finding the tala, not trying to change the raga of life
Indian culture is the most complex and colorful culture on the planet. The way people look, their language, their food, their way of dressing, and their music and dance - everything changes every fifty or hundred kilometers in this country

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God has never been a goal in this culture. God is just another tool.
No culture on the planet invested as much towards knowing the inner dimension as Bharat
Diwali is a symbol of beating inertia, because inertia is the source of hell
In this culture, God is not the highest entity; mukti or liberation is the highest goal. We are willing to use God as a stepping stone, if needed
Diversity is a strength. It has arisen in this culture out of richness, not out of divide
The symbolism of Devi slaying Mahishasura is about killing the beast in man.
There are basic instructions for going to Indian temples. Even today people know, if they go to the temple, their prayer or petition is not important. They must just sit there for some time quietly and imbibe that energy.
In the Indian culture, the gods sing and dance. A god without melody or movement would be too mundane and misaligned with the rest of creation.
Samskriti is about growing a human being to his or her full physical and psychological potential
Right through the history of this culture, sages and seers have been the very embodiment of knowing
Light has empowered us to experience the world, brought color into existence and above all, it is the light within that liberates us
In this country and tradition, knowing does not mean reading books, listening to someone's talks or gathering information from here and there. Knowing means opening up a new vision into life
The essence of life is exuberance. That's what the Holi celebrations are about. Time to maximize your aliveness
As a culture, Bharat is not about a particular nation. This is about setting a culture where every human being gets the opportunity to aspire for the highest, so human beings will not get tangled up in just earning a living or fulfilling their survival and procreation. They will constantly strive and aspire for something bigger than survival.
In India, we have no sense of morality, not just today, but always. We always saw morality as a restriction for human consciousness. We did not want to conduct our lives, our societies, and the world around us with morality
We are a culture of festivals. A way to celebrate all aspects of life.
Most festivals of Bharat have profound astronomical significance for human wellbeing.
This culture was engineered to gradually lead people towards their spiritual process, right from ancient times.
In the Indian culture, there used to be a time when there were 365 festivals in a year. In other words, people just needed an excuse to celebrate every day of the year.
Swastika symbolizes the multi-dimensional nature of life that seems to go in different directions, but has only one orientation
Western idea of mind is only memory. Eastern idea of mind is pure consciousness.
Rama is an icon of ethical living, India could do with a bit of ethics in public life. Mahatma's Ramrajya need not remain a dream
Preserving our heritage in India is critical for cultural and economic strength of this nation.
You have to point out the wrong things. But don’t make the wrong things the culture of the nation
Punya Pooja is a way of consecrating your entire home so that there is some sense of aliveness and energy
May the spiritual heritage of Bharat, which is the bedrock of this civilization, is given urgent attention & preservation
Makara Sankranti: On this day, allow yourself and everyone else a fresh start. Drop your conclusions and make a fresh attempt in whatever you do in your life, including the spiritual process
This culture has the capacity to offer the world a new paradigm of success that includes both the inner and external wellbeing
India is a dialectical culture, we shift from this to that and that to this effortlessly. One moment we talk about Shiva as the ultimate, the next moment we talk about Shiva as the man who gave us this whole process of yoga
This culture had a long phase of established social and cultural situations where naturally, people looked beyond material comfort towards their inner wellbeing. Because of this, we evolved such a powerful spiritual process
Ancient temples were built with an understanding and mastery of the inner science of spiritual evolution.
In the yogic culture, Shiva is not known as a god, but as the Adiyogi or the first yogi - the originator of yoga
The Kumbha Melas are held at specific spots in the country around which a whole energy system was created
In this culture, we say Shiva without Shakti is like a shava, a corpse. Without Shakti or energy, there would be no existence.
No other culture on the planet has the variety of weaves that India has.
Sankranti and Pongal are about expressing gratitude to everything that makes our life. Go out, feel the air, and celebrate!
Few generations ago, every person in India had some sort of spiritual process. It's time to build it back
Life is a mystery to enjoy, not understand. The festival of Navratri is based on this fundamental insight.
In this culture, there has been a tradition of preserving trees and treating them as embodiment of life and wisdom
There are many aspects of Indian culture which are essentially a yogic science implanted into people's lives
In the east, there was no such thing as religion. This is the only religion-less culture, God-less culture
Ganesh is a sage, a scholar, and a symbol of intellect, wisdom, and imagination. A big head means a lot of brain
Death itself, in this culture particularly, has always been portrayed as a grand event
This is a culture where temples were built to raise human consciousness. Everything was dedicated to reaching mukti
This culture has always had this power. People always looked east when they thought of living well.
Indian art is not an imitation of nature in its physical form but in its fundamental skeletal geometry
Vijayadashami is about conquering the basic qualities of existence: tamas, rajas, and satva. May this be a day of victory for you.
We are not a manicured garden. We are like a forest. It is because of this organic nature of our existence that. invaders, who came in waves through the last millennium, did not know how to deal with us. They could not figure out what they could destroy in us to destroy our identity, because it is not any one thing; it is too complex.
Today (Mahalaya Amavasya) is a day to express our gratitude to our ancestors, who have contributed to our lives in so many ways.
The divine feminine is an expression of exuberance. May you know the bounty of exuberance this Navratri.
This is a culture of multiplicity of thought, belief, and seeking. Here there should be no room for attacks or derision or coercive indoctrination. We have always been a land of absolute freedom when it comes to matters beyond material.
In fact, in Indian culture, it is the children’s duty to give mukti to the parents.
The significance of Indian culture is that it is a scientific process towards wellbeing and liberation
Hallmark of Indian culture is that we do not aspire to worship God. Instead we seek to embody the sacred ourselves.
Classical Indian music is a beautiful way of using sound as a passage through existence
If we look at how we have perceived and portrayed death in India, you will see that death is not seen as sinister
Bhogi or Lohri are festivals to bring awareness for the need to start afresh. Burn away past burden. Let life spring back. Blessings
On average, the level of intellect in this country is naturally high because of a certain cultural ethos that we have had for a long time.
Indian classical music is a sound statement about the profoundness of life.
The entire goal of this nation, the culture of this nation is, the highest value in your life is liberation – mukti
In this culture, we did not see rivers as just water bodies. We see them as life-giving gods or goddesses
Being essentially an agricultural society and culture, animals have always been part of our lives. That's why we even have festivals that recognize their vital role for us
An Aghori is an embrace with the existence, not out of love - he's not so superficial - he is in a life embrace... He treats the dead and the alive the same way simply because he wants to become absolute life. He does not want to be trapped in his own psychological process
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