Sri Sri Chandi Path In Bengali Pdf __HOT__

Sri Sri Chandi Path In Bengali Pdf __HOT__


Sri Sri Chandi Path In Bengali Pdf

the chandi is a text that is part of india’s cultural heritage. it tells us of the existence of a divine mother in the form of a goddess and an omnipresent divine reality that is connected with all that is manifest, and all the aspects of all the beings that are born in this world.

the chandi was not written by a single divine person, like ramayana or bhagavad gita. the chandi was written by various people throughout the ages, who wrote it down in different times and language, and there may be places where it goes further back even than the tenth century bce, when we see several remnants of these teachings preserved in other ancient texts. probably the author or authors were inspired by the goddess, perhaps a particularly beautiful or awesome aspect of her. bhagavata purana and the chandi both state that vedas were composed during the vedic period, from the second millennium bce to the first millennium bce, and indeed there were some vedic hymns in existence at that time.

mahalaya also plays host to a cultural event with the all india radio program mahishasura mardini, which is a beautiful recitation of the scriptural verses of the chandi kavya. the recitation is followed by devotional songs. devotees wake up in the pre-dawn hours just to listen to the mahishasura mardini broadcast. every year, since 1931, a one and half-hour audio montage of chandipath along with bengali devotional songs, classical music, and acoustics, is aired on the all india radio at daybreak. the bengali radio programme, mahisasurmardini first started off as a live performance, but has been in the pre-recorded format since 1966.

the chandi is the reading of the old relationship that is nurtured by kundalini yoga. in the experience of the eastern tantric, “death of the ego” is not death of the body, but of the false personality the ego fosters. in the tantric experience, the limiting concept of death is replaced by the celebration of the indestructible cosmos. what tantric teaching calls “death of the ego” is really the death of the false ego itself, the self that thinks that it is one and whole. the death of the ego is the birth of the soul as the indestructible divinity (brahma-achintya).
to understand the difference between the two descriptions of the same cosmic relationship, remember that the divine life is realized when the higher consciousness is merged with the lower nature. hence, the chandi moves from the higher bliss (yoga mukta, dh24.4) through samyak, the relationship between equality and inequality, to asamkara, the basic nature of the universe- the infinitely diverse play of cosmic energies. the chandi in yogic terms is the spiritual exploration of the effects of this fundamental polarities, and the tantric experience reveals the secret of their unification. in yogic terms, the union with the ego is the release of the divine, which transcends the limitations of nature’s playfulness.
the devi sukta declared devi maata as the primordial substance of creation, that she upholds the universe and that she resides in all beings. she is the universal truth, the mother of the universe, and the giver of all the gifts of life and nature. she transcends all the laws of nature and is the boundless absolute being. the devi sukta identifies the devi maata as the supreme one, the supreme goddess (devi), the creator of life-giving ether (soma), the source of the sense-perceptible bodies, and the liberator of men from bondage. she is the universal light that illuminates all bodies; she is the self of all the world.

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