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Title: Omkāra-Māndhātā-Mukti-Dhāma: a paradise for pilgrims
Author: Nagar, Murari Lal; Nagar, Sarla Devi; Canestraight, Linda; Khanna, Ramesh
Keywords: Hinduism
Om
God (Hinduism)
Date: 2006
Publisher: University of Missouri International Library Center
Citation: Nagar, M. (2006) Omkāra-Māndhātā-Mukti-Dhāma : A paradise for pilgrims. Columbia, MO: University of Missouri International Library Center.
Series/Report no.: Om Holy Book;5
Abstract: OM, the sacred monosyllabic symbol of Parabrahma Param¡tman, is the pious and holy name of the Supreme Lord. It is cryptic, majestic, mighty, mystic, mysterious, sacred, sacrosanct, secret and transcendental by nature. It possesses enormous, extra-ordinary, inexplicable, immanent, spiritual power. There is no other word in the whole world, in any of the many literatures of the entire universe, which is so infinitesimal in character, and yet is full of such infinite meanings as this universal OM. It is most intensive in form and still extremely extensive in content. It is infinitely minute in appearance, nonetheless immensely colossal in its all-pervasiveness. It is honored and worshipped by so many cultures and traditions, ancient as well as modern around the globe.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/11102
ISBN: 0943913357
9780943913353

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