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Teachings of Queen Kunti English
The tragic and heroic figure of Queen Kuntī emerges from an explosive era in the history of ancient India. As related in the Mahābhārata, India’s grand epic poem of 110,000 couplets, Kuntī was the wife of King Pāṇḍu and the mother of five illustrious sons known as the Pāṇḍavas. As such, she was one of the central figures in a complex political drama that culminated fifty centuries ago in the Kurukṣetra War, a devastating war of ascendancy that changed the course of world events.
Teachings of Queen Kuntī
Beyond the Senses
Another difficulty is that those who depend more on their imperfect senses cannot realize Him as the Supreme Lord. Such persons are like the modern scientists. He is described herein as adhokṣaja, or beyond the range of experimental knowledge.
Let There Be Calamities
Therefore, even though there are so-called calamities, they are welcome because they give us an opportunity to remember the Lord, which means liberation.
Decreasing the Fever of Illusion
The principle of life should be to decrease the degree of material intoxication which leads one to be more and more illusioned about the aim of life.
What Is Our Actual Value?
As soon as an important man dies, his name and form become unimportant. Even though he may have been a big scientist, politician, or philosopher. As long as we are alive, our name, form, and activities are glorious, but as soon as life is gone the body is but a lump of matter.
|Dimensions||20 × 13 × 2 cm|