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Author: Haricharan Mylaraiah

Srinivasa Murthy was a born rasika (connoisseur). Being a rasika presupposes a penchant to search for splendour in every aspect of life and to enjoy the splendour present in them. This natural quality in Murthy blossomed in the field of literature on the one hand and on the other, it

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9 The difference in meanings of ऋत and सत्य is unequivocal in the following mantra of the Vedas: ऋतं त्वा सत्येन परिशिञ्चमीति सायं परिषिञ्चति | सत्यं त्वर्तेन परिशिञ्चमीति प्रात:| अग्निर्वा ऋतम् | असावादित्य:सत्यम् | अग्निमेव तदादित्येन सायं परिशिञ्चिति | अग्निनाsदित्यं प्रात: स: | In this, the day and night are the two faces of principle of time. We need

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7 With reference to this topic, we need to understand three more words: ऋतु, ऋजु, and ऋण. ऋतु has come from the root (धातु) word 'ऋ.' ऋ denotes happening or receipt. Here it represents the right time,  appropriate time, or the time appointed for any action or any settled point of time. ऋजु originates from ऋजु

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In the Hindu way of life we are guided by four purusharthas (पुरुषार्थ) – dharma (धर्म) - righteousness, global ethic, moral principle artha (अर्थ) - wealth, resources, means kama (काम) - desire, love, attachment moksha (मोक्ष) - liberation, release, bliss All of them are important for humans to conduct their lives and carry on their work. The fascinating part is

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