Tuesday, May 28, 2024


Baturam Nayak, a postgraduate in economics, joined the banking sector in 1983 and retired in June 2020. He is a firm believer in simplicity and minimalism. “My faith is Oneness, एकत्वम्; that’s the way I would express myself and live in harmony with everything,” he says.

post-It is Possible For Us to be God-likeIt is Possible For Us to be God-like

We, humans, have limitless possibilities, even to the point of being God-like, provided we are humble, open and receptive.

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post-Finding God in Nature and Within OurselvesFinding God in Nature and Within Ourselves

We can find God in nature, and within ourselves, in the depths of our hearts and our souls.

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post-The Happy Man’s ManifestoThe Happy Man’s Manifesto

BATURAM NAYAK inspires us to be happy by sharing a simple and doable happy man’s manifesto  Almost every human being keeps asking himself: How can I be happy? Our minds work night and day at this one-point programme: Happiness. But,...

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post-Let’s Look Beyond Ourselves into the Bright World OutsideLet’s Look Beyond Ourselves into the Bright World Outside

BATURAM NAYAK advises us to strike a healthy balance between our inner and outer worlds to perceive the brightness around us The Creator has endowed human beings with a keen mind and great intellect. Given this grace or gift, the...

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post-The Anatomy of a Practical Man The Anatomy of a Practical Man 

What does it take to be a practical man? BATURAM NAYAK unravels the complexities of being one People often say, “Be practical.” What does it mean? Who is a practical man and what makes him one? This is the central...

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post-On Love & CompanionshipOn Love & Companionship

BATURAM NAYAK muses on love and companionship Relate yourself to make a relationship. Be a companion yourself to build a companionship.” I remember writing these two lines in my notebook way back in 1981, after reading a beautiful article captioned,...

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post-Sheer Joy of Looking After FatherSheer Joy of Looking After Father

As BATURAM NAYAK philosophises on the existential crisis of pain and suffering, caused by ageing, and the yogic path of addressing it, he realises that looking after his nonagenarian father is sheer joy and bliss Our traditional wisdom says that...

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post-Winning the War Against Old AgeWinning the War Against Old Age

As the traditional joint family system has crumbled, old age has now become a battle which can be won by drawing on our great spiritual reserves, says BATURAM NAYAK Ageing is a common human predicament. With age come inescapable physical...

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post-A Pathway to Happy Interpersonal ExperiencesA Pathway to Happy Interpersonal Experiences

BATURAM NAYAK charts out a strategy to shatter our narrow cocoons and live a life full of happy interpersonal experiences One of the most important aspects of our living is interpersonal experiences. How we see and experience the world, understand...

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