About this Blog

Digvijayii bhaarata is an online portal to empower youth with the holistic knowledge of inner Human nature to help them achieve all-round success in life, and be effective counsels for others. Here, youth can seek spiritual solutions to life's problems and learn to assist others in holistic development.

To make it practical, this blog chronicles the activities of a group of young professionals experimenting with applying Indian Spiritual Wisdom and outlook to address issues faced in their personal and professional life.

Here is the literal meaning of the Samskrit title:
digvijayii = One who achieves all-round victory, holistic success, world domination
bhaa-rata = lover/follower of light (i.e., wisdom); also the Samskrit name for a person of Indian origin.

digvijayii bhaa-rata is an ardent pursuer of the wisdom leading to digvijaya, all-round victory in life.

Please read my introductory blog post to understand the kinds of things we discuss here.

We are inspired by the following quote by Sri Aurobindo:
Indians!   it is the spirituality of India, the Sadhana of India - tapasya, jnanam, sakti  - that must make us free and great. And these great things of the East are ill-rendered by their inferior English equivalents - discipline, philosophy, strength.

Tapasya is more than discipline; it is the materialisation in ourselves by spiritual means of the divine energy creative, preservative and destructive. Jnanam is more than philosophy, it is the inspired and direct knowledge which comes of what our ancients called drsti spiritual sight. Sakti is more than strength, it is the universal energy which moves the stars, made individual. 
It is the East that must conquer in India's uprising. It is the Yogin who must stand behind the political leader or manifest within him; Ramadas must be born in one body with Shivaji, The divorce of intellect and spirit, strength and purity may help a European revolution, but by a European strength we shall not conquer.

- Sri Aurobindo (On Nationalism)
Read the entire article entitled In Either Case.