An Introduction to Buddhism; Origin and spread A religion and a way of life that is 2,500 years old still holds relevance today. We look at how Buddhist spirituality started and spread through the world. It’s easy to say we know almost everything about Buddhist spirituality. Some of us were taught about it in history classes
Education: The Purest Stimulus Learning, in any form, is one of the most rewarding activities in life. A good education opens doors to personal and professional growth, concurrently stimulating the mind and body in the most positive of ways. Education and the search for knowledge have formed the foundation for all spiritual and scientific progress across
Much of Hindu spirituality, religion, and way of life is drawn from the spirituality encoded in the Vedas. The word Veda means wisdom, knowledge or vision served to manifest the language of the Gods, or higher consciousness, into human speech. Put simply, we could interpret the Vedas as a source of supreme knowledge, consciousness
A LIGHT TOWARDS VEDIC AND PURANIC MANTRAS Interviewer: Ok, so that brings us to you, Diya. What is Diya about? Diya: Well, let’s start with the name: Diya. A diya is a simple clay lamp which is commonly used in eastern antiquity and modern spiritual practice; as a symbolic theme, light is used to banish negative
Mental Health Crisis and the Dissonance A crisis can appear in many forms- social, health, economic. Due to its adverse impact on communities at large, crises generally demand immediate resolution to tangible and noticeable damage. Hence finding meaning in life in a time of crisis like now, becomes key. Yet for all the attention given to
We begin The Diya Project Blog with an exclusive interview with its Founder and CEO, Siddharth Morakhia. In this first session, Sid talks about spirituality, religion, mindfulness and mantras. About Spirituality Interviewer: A simple question. What is spirituality? The Diya Project: That is a grand question, which can be neither answered correctly nor incorrectly. Spirituality could be described in many ways —
Our core belief is that spirituality is not about mindless routine; rather, it’s an exercise in mindfulness wherein understanding and appreciating the “inwards journey” is most rewarding.