Hindu culture teaches Sat-Chit-Anand state

Western culture promotes individual freedom that encourages acting as per own wish and thereby, invites sorrow; whereas, Hindu culture teaches how to overcome one’s own wish and thereby, attain Sat-Chit-Anand state – Sachchidananda Parabrahman (Dr) Jayant Athavale

Rationalists and blind faith

A blind by birth could say that vision, seeing is blind faith; similarly, rationalists term subtle perception ability blind faith. – Sachchidananda Parabrahman (Dr) Jayant Athavale

Importance of Bhaktiyoga

Performing spiritual practice according to Jnanayoga is mostly through the use of intellect, performing spiritual practice according to Karmayoga is through the medium of body and mind, whereas performing spiritual practice according to Bhaktiyoga is through the medium of mind, intellect and body. – Sachchidananda Parabrahman (Dr) Athavale

Superiority of Spirituality over science

The subjects that science deals with are associated with materialistic world; whereas, the subjects that Spirituality deals with are associated with God-realisation. Science progressively entraps humans in materialistic world; whereas, Spirituality helps humans to get liberated from materialistic world. – Sachchidananda Parabrahman (Dr) Athavale

Only the illiterate claim ‘All religions are equal’

The term ‘All religions are equal’ is used by those illiterate, who have not studied different religions. It amounts to saying ‘Literate and illiterate are equal’. – Sachchidananda Parabrahman (Dr) Jayant Athavale

Superiority of Saints

Parents of a child are worried about its future; whereas, Saints have a comprehensive emotion that all the children in the Nation are their’s; hence, they are always in a state of Anand. – Sachchidananda Parabrahman (Dr) Jayant Athavale

Hindu Dharma – a Dharma replete with all the information

Hindus are not required to conduct any research; because, Hindu Dharma is replete with every information for obtaining Anand (bliss), meaning, information for obtaining Moksha and not merely attaining (materialistic pleasure). – Sachchidananda Parabrahman (Dr) Jayant Athavale