Tag Archives: Shankara

Jai Jai Shankara Hara Hara Shankara

by Aranyakananda It’s been a while since I really considered posting here. My wife and I’ve been moving, and Lord Ganesha, for a while, dammed the river of words that had until recently flowed forth on this blog. I blame … Continue reading

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Indiana Jones and the Elusive Concept of “Shankara”

by Aranyakananda Growing up one of my favorite movies was “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.” If you haven’t seen it (has anyone not seen it?) or if it’s been too long for you to recall, I will remind … Continue reading

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