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Devotion – Jigyasa
Devotion – Jigyasa
Who is a devotee?
Our scriptures say that God is very merciful. How? Can you give us an example?
It is said that God likes Stuti (prayer that praises God). Does that mean, that like ordinary people, God also likes and wants to hear His praises which then pleases Him?
Why are rituals such as pooja-pāth (worship), japa, yagya, etc important? Why should we do them?
Does any religion show us the path to attain God easily?
If it easy to concentrate the mind on other things in this world, then why is it difficult to concentrate the mind on God?
Should a person get married if he wants to worship God with ‘sakhi bhav’ (as a beloved)?
If our ‘Ishta,’ the God we pray to most, is Durga Maa or Lord Shiv, can we give our service to ‘Bāl swaroop’ of Baby Shri Krishna?
Why do we perform Aarati of God and others who are dear to us? What is its meaning?
What must God be like?
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