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1. With which every day situation does Bhagavan illustrate the sadhaka's journey of: knowing God, Jnaathum; then seeing God, Dhrashtum; and ultimately merging in God, Praveshtum?

2. In Islam, what is the significance of the Cave of Hira ? It was there that -

3. Who gave the name Krishna to the divine child?

4. If you have read Prasanthi Diary this month you will be aware that devotees from many countries celebrated Chinese New Year, on the 23rd - 24th February in Prasanthi Nilayam. What was the theme and moral message for the celebrations?

5. In Sikhism, what is a sakhi?

6. 27th March is Rama Navami, the birthday of Lord Rama. With just one more day remaining to Lord Rama's fourteen years of exile, He stopped His aerial chariot in sight of the holy city of Ayodhya and was greeted by Guha, chief of the tribesmen. What did Lord Rama do before reaching Ayodhya?

7. Which religion celebrates Noruz as their new year festival, which begins on 22nd March this year?

8. One day, a devotee of Shirdi Baba cooked a sumptuous feast as an offering to her Lord. But while she was preparing the fare, a dog came and begged for food. Rather irritated she chased the dog away and carried on with her cooking. Later, she approached Shirdi Baba and asked Him to accept her offering. What happened next?

9. 31st March is the birthday of Mahavira, the last of the Jain teachers, who lived 2,500 years ago. The followers of Jainism are called Jaina - what does this word mean?

10. With which analogy does Bhagavan illustrate the Mahahvakya, or profound saying, of Tat Twam Asi, which means 'I Am That'?

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Vol 5 Issue 03 - MARCH 2007
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