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Where r pancha sheelas/

Asked by rashmi kambli, 08 Feb '08 04:02 pm
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only in the papers
Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 08 Feb '08 04:03 pm

 
  
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In the museum
Answered by sarat acharya, 08 Feb '08 04:03 pm

 
  
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There are many references of panchsheels, like what Pt.Nehru had in mind during friendship with chao-en-lai in 1962., Panch Mahavrata in Jainism, & Gayatree Mantras secret themes
I am interested to share with reference of Gayatree Mantra phonetics..


The five faces of Gayatri are the 5 sheaths covering a Jeeva (living being). They are the 5 manifestations and the ten arms of the 10 Sidhis(divine powers) and experiences. Five arms are on the left hand side and the other 5 are on the right hand side. It points out to the 5 material and 5 spiritual powers and Sidhis that are conjoined to Gayatri Super Power. Whenever this Super Power manifests, there one will definitely see the 10 experiences, special qualities and wealth. The meaning of executing spiritual practices is not merely sitting in one particular spot daily so as to perform some scientific rite. In fact it means that by making our entire life a form of spiritual endeavour one should raise the stature of ones qualiti ...more
Answered by drdinesh sharma, 08 Feb '08 07:23 pm

 
  
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