Um país de mistérios ÍNDIA Ligue o som
Chateau à Jaipur
Palais-des-vents, Jaipur
Transport par éléphant (Noce), Jaipur
Kushuma Sarovara,Vrindavan
Palace à Bangalore
Jodpur
Mahabat Maqbara,près de Junagadh
Palace
Porte de l’Inde, New Delhi,
Temple du Lotus, New Delhi
Mémorial de Ghandi
Lorsque Mumtaz Mahal, épouse de l’empereur Moghol Shah Jahan est morte en couche vers 1630, il ordonna la construction d’u...
Taj Mahal, Agra
Taj Mahal, Agra. Vu du côté est
Détail d’une colonne dans le Taj Mahal, Agra
Temple deRanganathasvami,  Srirangam
Temple de Somanathpur
Bris d’un pont,(Accidents très courants)
Bateau – maison, Inde
Ganges, Varanassi
Ablutions,Benares
Port de pêche
Filets de pêche, (Sud de l’Inde)
Música: “YEARS OF TIBET” por Navang Khechog
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  • Hari Om!

    Very nice slideshow. India is a Land of Mystic. From Kashmir to Kanyakumari it is a country of scenic beauty.

    World is like single body. Sometime pain in our hand spreads to the whole body. Similarly any good or bad done by one nation effects the other nation including that nation. Taliban was forces built by America to fight Russia in Afghanistan. Now the same Taliban is headache for many nations including America. There is no guarantee that any disease which starts from Africa due to lack of hygiene will not spread to America, UK, India, Holland etc.

    However if we consider world as one body, then spiritual knowledge of India should be its mind and intellect. This knowledge shows the path which leads the human being to live a perfect life of real happiness.

    We Indian believe in “Atithi Devo Bhawa”. Direct translation of it into English is “The treatment of Guest should be at par with the way we treat God’.

    Beating of Indian Students in Australia. Stranded Indian passengers badly treated by Air France staff. Such type of incidents should not happen if we are not ignorant.

    Why such type of discrimination happens? This happens only because of insistence by human being to implement their line of thinking on other. There is a strong desire to move the world on its own way. When that does not happen, the result is anger. From gross point of view we can say that there is a group of people in this world who think that they are much more superior to the other group.

    What is the benchmark of superiority? Who can be called superior? I will quote one of my experiences before answering this question. Due to my office work I was given an opportunity for Training Programme at Indore, India. Indore also houses Vedanta Mission Ashram. After taking permission of Guruji Swami Atmananda Sarswati I decided to stay in Ashram instead of Hotel. Indore is near to Holy place Mahakaleswar and Onkareswar, the abode of Lord Shiva. During my stay at Ashram, Guruji gave me an opportunity to visit Onkareswar with one of the American Student (he is from New York) at Ashram. The American student was very fascinated with Indian Ascetic. During visit to Onkareswar, he meet an Indian ascetic who was having nothing with him except a piece of cloth to cover himself. Inspite of having nothing he was happy to the core of heart. After seeing the ascetic, his comments was “ I have seen people in New York having big apartments, car , jewelry and good family with them. Still they were not happy. This Indian ascetic not having anything was still happy. I am amazed”.

    Possession of Material thing is benchmark of superiority for the present world. More material thing one have, world consider him more superior than other. This is illusion. Not correct. The benchmark for superiority is how much happiness you have. How much free you are. Understand my dear that material thing of this world can not give us permanent happiness. The reason is the source which provides us joy is inside and not outside.

    Further what does freedom mean ?.Gurudev Swami Chinmayananda once said

    “Not doing what you want to do is freedom”

    Suppose you are diabetic and still you want to eat sugar. This means you are slave of your taste buds and unable to control yourself. If you eat sugar you repent. If you control yourself and do not eat sugar, you are happy.

    Freedom and happiness are linked to each other. You are happy if you are free. Do not become slave of your desire.

    The division of this world into countries with flags and borders is a social convenience only. This is gross convenience. Subtle is Divine and much powerful than the gross forces.

    We Indian also believe in “Vasudeva Kutumbakam”. Direct translation of it into English is “The whole world is one family”. When every human being is lighted by the light of single father, then where is the question of discrimination. Discrimination exists only at the Gross level. Living the life based on gross / physical discrimination is the life of lower quality. Those who do that are not aware of the basic truth of life.

    Again I quote the famous statement of Lord Jesus “ Lord please forgive them, they do not know what they are doing”. When you do such thing, you are actually ignorant. When knowledge enters in and through you, you become aware of the truth and distance yourself from such act. This is the life of real consciousness. In such a stage you are neither Australian nor an Indian nor a French. Beating one human being becomes beating of you. Treating one human being badly becomes a treatment of you.

    Love and Om!
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  • a very beautiful selection! gracias!
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INDIA MISTERIOSA

  1. 1. Um país de mistérios ÍNDIA Ligue o som
  2. 2. Chateau à Jaipur
  3. 3. Palais-des-vents, Jaipur
  4. 4. Transport par éléphant (Noce), Jaipur
  5. 5. Kushuma Sarovara,Vrindavan
  6. 6. Palace à Bangalore
  7. 7. Jodpur
  8. 8. Mahabat Maqbara,près de Junagadh
  9. 9. Palace
  10. 10. Porte de l’Inde, New Delhi,
  11. 11. Temple du Lotus, New Delhi
  12. 12. Mémorial de Ghandi
  13. 13. Lorsque Mumtaz Mahal, épouse de l’empereur Moghol Shah Jahan est morte en couche vers 1630, il ordonna la construction d’un mausollée en marbre blanc. Ce dernier est considéré comme le monument le plus extravagant bâti pour cause amoureuse. La construction du Taj Mahal a duré plus de 22 ans et nécessité plus de 20000 travailleurs autant experts qu’artisans venant de pays d’Asie et d’Europe. Là ou il n’y a pas de photos,cliquez pour continuer 
  14. 14. Taj Mahal, Agra
  15. 15. Taj Mahal, Agra. Vu du côté est
  16. 16. Détail d’une colonne dans le Taj Mahal, Agra
  17. 17. Temple deRanganathasvami, Srirangam
  18. 18. Temple de Somanathpur
  19. 19. Bris d’un pont,(Accidents très courants)
  20. 20. Bateau – maison, Inde
  21. 21. Ganges, Varanassi
  22. 22. Ablutions,Benares
  23. 23. Port de pêche
  24. 24. Filets de pêche, (Sud de l’Inde)
  25. 25. Música: “YEARS OF TIBET” por Navang Khechog

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