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E9 Destiny of our nation

Non Fiction | 21:41 | 5+

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Hindi

Sadhguru discusses how the internet and social media is where most of the intolerance seems to exist today, and how we need to be careful about the news we consume. He talks about how we need to stop exaggerating our problems as it affects how the world views India and Indians. Instead, he believes, we should focus on economic development that can solve a lot of problems we see in India today. Watch him expound on the subject in Bharat - Rhythm of a Nation

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E1 The Power of a Name
18:40

E1 The Power of a Name

Whats in a name, you may ask. In this episode, Sadhguru explains what a name really means, the elements it contains, and the effect it has on our psyche, starting with the ancient name of our country, Bharat or Bharata.

E2 What Makes India, India?
23:38

E2 What Makes India, India?

India defies description. Unlike other nations that are built on the sameness of race, religion, language or ethnicity, India stands in defiance of the mediocrity of sameness. In this nation of 1.2 billion people, where language, physical features, customs and traditions can change every 50 kms, what holds us together? Sadhguru explores this question.Watch more tidbits of wisdom on this episode of Bharat - Rhythm of a Nation with Sadhguru.

E3 Finding Your Rhythm
27:13

E3 Finding Your Rhythm

Continuing the Bharatha theme, Sadhguru explains how the culture of this land was designed so everyone could find the rhythm, so that they could live in tune with life, and find success in both inner and external wellbeing. Discover what can make us truly happy in this episode of Bharat - Rhythm of a Nation with Sadhguru.

E4 Of Gods & Goddesses
22:11

E4 Of Gods & Goddesses

The concept of Gods and Goddesses came to India with the many invaders who occupied the country. Before occupation by foreign forces, Bharat only had deities murtis or yantras to attain mukti. There was no concept of prayer either, only invocations and drawing energy from the world. Find out how this affected our concept of freedom and beliefs in Bharat - Rhythm of a Nation with Sadhguru.

E4 Of Gods and Goddesses - Promo
00:29

E4 Of Gods and Goddesses - Promo

The concept of Gods and Goddesses came to India with the many invaders who occupied the country. Before occupation by foreign forces, Bharat only had deities – murtis or yantras – to attain mukti. There was no concept of prayer either, only invocations and drawing energy from the world. Find out how this affected our concept of freedom and beliefs in Bharat – Rhythm of a Nation with Sadhguru.

E5 A Nation of Leaders
21:04

E5 A Nation of Leaders

No nation can go far without an insightful, committed leadership. Sadhguru looks at what it will take to create a nation full of leaders, and what the nature and role of this leadership should be. Understand the role leadership plays in building a nation in Bharat - Rhythm of a Nation with Sadhguru.

E6 The Rivers Of India
21:37

E6 The Rivers Of India

In the first of a two-part episode, Sadhguru looks at how Indias rivers, the lifelines of the nation are depleting drastically. He explores why this is happening and how serious the situation is. Why should we take the issue of disappearing riversseriously? Find out on Bharat - Rhythm of a Nation with Sadhguru.

E7 Pride in the Nation
22:06

E7 Pride in the Nation

In the upcoming episode of Bharat - Rhythm of a Nation, Sadhguru talks to Manisha Koirala about the prevalence of western values in Indian culture and how philosophy and culture play a significant role in being successful as a nation. He explains the importance of Indian history and how every child of this nation should take pride in being a citizen of India.

E8 Soldiers and Borders
24:49

E8 Soldiers and Borders

The history of Indias independence is the story of a prolonged struggle to gain freedom from the British. Sadhguru sheds light on the concept of freedom and the making of a nation. He talks about how, in a hurry, we set boundaries and borders based on geographical features but neglected the fact that we were also cutting off trade routes in the process. We set boundaries without understanding possible future problems. He discusses how we need heroes not only on our bord

E9 Destiny of our nation
21:41

E9 Destiny of our nation

Sadhguru discusses how the internet and social media is where most of the intolerance seems to exist today, and how we need to be careful about the news we consume. He talks about how we need to stop exaggerating our problems as it affects how the world views India and Indians. Instead, he believes, we should focus on economic development that can solve a lot of problems we see in India today. Watch him expound on the subject in Bharat - Rhythm of a Nation

E10 Sound and Science of Yoga
24:07

E10 Sound and Science of Yoga

Sadhguru says that sound is energy and resonance, and it has immense power. Yoga believes all existence is sound, and Shiva is the source of all sound. Shiva is silence and rules all existence when he moves, theres sound. Yoga, music, and Om chanting help make the journey from sound to soundlessness, stillness, and silence. Indian classical music perpetuate the science of sound with ragas based on the effects they have on the body and the mind.

E11 Youth And Education
18:20

E11 Youth And Education

Sadhguru starts this talk by allaying the misconception that spirituality is a disability, that being spiritual means you cannot do certain things. He then directs the conversation towards the youth of today and how they seem to be constantly angry, explaining how anger can literally poison our body and mind. He explains how spirituality can help calm the mind and bring solutions rather than violence and rage. He ends this talk by discussing the state of education in India today and how it needs to be more skill-based education rather than book-based education. Partake in his wisdom on Bharat - Rhythm of a Nation.

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