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lost art of indian manliness

Started this discussion. Last reply by Todd McFarland Feb 20. 1 Reply

in india manliness was really glamorous.  kamasutra specifies the aims of a man's life in india. they are 3 in number : virtue or dharma, wealth or artha and love or kama. these 3 must be sought by…Continue

the icon of Indian manliness : lord ram

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lumberjoe Jan 16. 3 Replies

Lord ram is the icon of Indian manliness. He was the king of ayodhya. You can learn about him in ramayana which is an Indian epic. He lived his entire life for others. He sacrificed his youth for his…Continue

 

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Todd McFarland replied to arnab banerjee's discussion lost art of indian manliness
"Interesting list of arts.  I don't agree that all of these are necessary for a man to learn, but hey, neither is Minecraft and I enjoy it in my downtime.  I look forward to your next post."
Feb 20
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lost art of indian manliness

in india manliness was really glamorous.  kamasutra specifies the aims of a man's life in india. they are 3 in number : virtue or dharma, wealth or artha and love or kama. these 3 must be sought by all men in life.in order to obtain these 3 aims men must know 64 arts. i give here a list of those arts. the list is not complete. here we go:  1]Singing2]Playing on musical instruments 3] Dancing 4]Union of dancing, singing, and playing instrumental music 5]Writing and drawing 6]Tattooing7]Arraying…See More
Feb 19
Carl Monster replied to arnab banerjee's discussion the question of rape
"Well, the forum was looking for fresh blood, well, here it is!  lol"
Jan 20
arnab banerjee replied to arnab banerjee's discussion the question of rape
"I am not asking you to justify rape . I am just telling you why rape occurs. It seems to me that you are looking for causes not to justify rape and I am telling you causes of rape. So we too cannot chat since our objectives are different. India is…"
Jan 20
Nick H replied to arnab banerjee's discussion the question of rape
"Dominance theory? You mentioned in your other post and here (with the face slapping) that your justification for rape is when a girl shuts down a man's advances. That isn't dominance. That's a f'ing coward who can't take a…"
Jan 20
Sir replied to arnab banerjee's discussion introduction
"We do not commit, excuse, promote, condone, or "understand" (in that sense), crimes like rape.  This conversation is over. If any regulars think I went too far, let me know.  I don't like to censor mere opinion, but I…"
Jan 19
arnab banerjee replied to arnab banerjee's discussion introduction
"What you would do if your gf slaps you in front of a crowd and reject you when you propose her ? What you would do if you find your gf is cheating you while you love her madly ? What you would do when you find that gf is actually using you for her…"
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blackjack replied to arnab banerjee's discussion introduction
"welcome"
Jan 19
Lumberjoe replied to arnab banerjee's discussion the icon of Indian manliness : lord ram
"I propose MS Dhoni instead."
Jan 16
arnab banerjee replied to arnab banerjee's discussion the icon of Indian manliness : lord ram
"Kama and artha have their own shortcomings. Both of them require one to do all sort of evil thing like jealousy, greed,hypocrisy,conspiracy,backstabbing, Leg pulling, betrayal etc. So accordingly one has to suffer from the evil consequences of these…"
Jan 15
Braeden replied to arnab banerjee's discussion the icon of Indian manliness : lord ram
"I had the pleasure of encountering a wonderful oral telling of the Ramayana in high school.  Question about your perspective on the Ramayana, do you see it as outright admonishing kama and artha, or as simply saying that although Kama and Artha…"
Jan 15
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the icon of Indian manliness : lord ram

Lord ram is the icon of Indian manliness. He was the king of ayodhya. You can learn about him in ramayana which is an Indian epic. He lived his entire life for others. He sacrificed his youth for his father's glory.he went to forest for 14 years.Then he sacrificed his joy of fatherhood and his marital life for the sake of happiness of his subjects. His subjects thought his wife is of loose character because she was abducted by the demon king ravana. So rama send her (then pregnant) to the…See More
Jan 14
Lumberjoe replied to arnab banerjee's discussion introduction
""Maybe something's getting lost in translation here. One hopes." Nothing's getting lost in translation. It's…"
Jan 12
Jack Bauer replied to arnab banerjee's discussion introduction
"That may be an overstatement. Most verses regarding judgment say, roughly "You'll be judged by the same standard you judge others." Others say "judge fairly", as in Proverbs. It doesn't say judgment is a sin. Not that…"
Jan 11
Mongoose replied to arnab banerjee's discussion introduction
"Remember this: judging another person is a sin, unless you are ordained and set apart to be a judge. Judging an entire race, or gender, or any group, is also a sin."
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the icon of indian art of manliness : lord ram

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Lord ram is the icon of Indian manliness. He was the king of ayodhya. You can learn about him in ramayana which is an Indian epic. He lived his entire life for others. He sacrificed his youth for his father's glory.he went to…

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i will soon add some instance of indian art of manliness

Posted on January 10, 2017 at 11:07am 0 Comments

i will soon add some instance of indian art of manliness. wait for that.

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