Gaurav Yadav

Values of a model Christian

Mankind has been bestowed with intelligence and is answerable for the use to which it puts this.

28 Apr 2023

The sacred Bible

The Bible stories contain a common thread. God creates a perfect world for humans.  

21 Apr 2023

The life of Christ

It accepted the Hebrew teachings under the name ‘Old Testament’—meaning old rules or teachings—while the teachings of Christ are called the ‘New Testament’.

15 Apr 2023

The sacred Guru Granth Sahib

The compositions of Guru Gobind Singh were not included in the Guru Granth Sahib and were compiled after his death into the Dasam Granth—the Book of the 10th Guru.

08 Apr 2023

The essence of Sikhism

The word Sikh means a learner or disciple. The teachings of Guru Nanak were called sikhi, and those who followed them were called Sikhs.

01 Apr 2023

Guru Nanak: The founder of Sikhism

That is why, in Punjab, it is still said: Nanak Baba Shah Fakir, Hindu ka guru, Mussalman ka pir.

24 Mar 2023

The later gurus of Sikhism

In 1705, the 10th Guru Gobind Singh gave it a final shape by including hymns composed by the later Gurus and himself.

18 Mar 2023

The early gurus of Sikhism

Guru Angad was renamed Angad (part of my body) by Guru Nanak when he was announced as the successor.

11 Mar 2023

Essence of Jainism

Jainism also accepts that the hard austerities required of monks—who cannot grow, cook, or buy their food and must subsist by begging—can be followed by only a small part of the population.

03 Mar 2023

Epics for children: Mahavira, bravest of the brave

Mahavira was a shy person who shunned too much contact with human society, but he was a very convincing speaker.

24 Feb 2023

The tale of Tirthankaras

The first Tirthankara, Rishabhdeva, was born near the third spoke of the current avasarpini.

17 Feb 2023

Epics for children: The noble eightfold path

Our life experiences must shape our views.

11 Feb 2023

Epics for children: The four noble truths

The four noble truths that became the blueprint for Buddhist practices.

04 Feb 2023

Overcoming suffering

In Hinduism, there is, again, a recognition of the pervasiveness of dukha due to the gulf between desires or expectations and actual experience.

28 Jan 2023

The middle path: Gautama Buddha's search between luxury and asceticism

Siddhartha thought that neither the extreme luxury of his palace life nor the extreme asceticism of his meditative life had brought him enlightenment.

20 Jan 2023

Epics for children: Be your own light

Truth in your own light. No one else can show you the way because no one else can discover that path; only you can.

14 Jan 2023

Epics for Children: Why people loved the Buddha?

The priests argued that it was not an injustice to the animals because they will gain paradise.

07 Jan 2023

Epics for children: Five pillars of Islam

This has given Islam a universal outlook.

24 Dec 2022

A guide to the Quran

The Quran was revealed to Prophet Muhammad over 23 years by Allah—some portions by hearing a divine voice, some communicated by angel Gabriel, and some as visions.

10 Dec 2022

Epics for children: Life of Muhammad

The big businessmen of Mecca were neck-deep in luxury and vice.

02 Dec 2022

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