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King and Merchant Story - Change in Thinking

King and Merchant Story – Change in Thinking

It is a psychological truth that whatever emotion is in our mind, the same feeling comes in the mind of the other person. A historical incident is heard in this regard which is as follows: Once a merchant entered court of Raja Bhoj. When King saw him, he thought, “Everything should be taken away from…

Disciple Question to Acharaya - Why is Discipline Important

Disciple Question – Why is Discipline Important?

In ancient times, In a Gurukul lived Acharya Sumedh with his disciples. He was very knowledgeable and adhered to discipline. One day after end of lesson, one of his disciple named Vartant asked him, “Acharayvar! Intellectual sharpness is basis of learning. Despite this why do you always talk about tying our whole life in rigid…

Rope Marks on Stone - Importance of Practice

Rope Marks on Stone – Importance of Practice

In ancient times, Children were sent to Gurukul to study. Students used to study and do small chores under their Guru’s guidance while staying in Gurukul. One boy name Varadraja was also sent to Gurukul to study. Soon, he got friendly with other students in Gurukul but he was very weak in studies. He would…

Father Question to Learned Young Man - Self Realization Spiritual Stories

Father Question to Learned Young Man

Beautiful Story from Upanishads.. Once there was young man name, Svketu. He came back after completing his studies at university. He was a brilliant student and always topped in all exams with many medals and all the degrees that were allowed to study at university. He came back home with great pride. Young man wanted…

Chanakya Stories - Learning from Mistakes Interesting Story Anicent Indian

Woman Reply to Chanakya..!

Chanakya was insulted at King Nanda’s kingdom and he wanted to take revenge for his insult. Soon, he meet a child name Chandragupta who was bright. Chanakya started to teach him. He collected enough money to raise an army for Chandragupta. He taught them about battle strategies and taught Chandragupta all about rights and duties…

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