Category: Hinduism and Nature

Moksha-Liberation from the Cycle of Birth and Death

Life itself is Moksha. Material life, life in a material body is not life, it’s death. The end station in the material world is one of suffering, for the simple reason that everything ends in old age, disease and death. Real life begins with moksha -liberation from birth and...

Biodiversity and Beliefs in Hinduism

Biodiversity Biodiversity refers to the variety of living organisms including ecosystems, plants, animals, their habitats and genes. Biodiversity is fundamental to life on this planet. God has created millions of species of plants, animals and microorganisms, the enormous diversity of genes in these species, the different ecosystems on this...

Climate Change and Hinduism

Ecolology in Hinduism Climate change is closely related to ecological imbalance of the earth. If one studies the Hindu scriptures, he/she can realize how much importance is given directly or indirectly on ecology or natural elements of our world in Hinduism. Natural Elements and Vedic Texts The Vedic texts...