Thursday, 28 November 2013



• Longest Epic of the World

• “What’s not in Bharata, is not in Bharata”

• “A Buffet of Ideologies.”

• Written around 3000 BC.

• Narrated thrice :

– “Jaya” by Vyasa to Ganesha
– “Bharata” by Vaishampayan to Janamejaya
– “Mahabharata” by Suta/Sauti to the Rishis at Naimisharanya.

• Has “mindboggling” revelations.

– Astronomy: Existence of Uranus(Shweta) and Neptune(Ksharaka).

– Geography. Lands as far as Cambodia(Kamboja), Kazakhistan and/or Scandinavia(Uttarakuru),

– Mathemetics: Nos to the range of 10 raised to powers of 16 and -16.

– Descriptions of Weapons which resemble modern day weaponry including Nuclear and/or Chemical Weapons.

– Complex Millitary Formations and Strategies.

– Philosphy, Psychology, Sociology, Spirituality, Religion, Politics.

– Mangement Lessons.

Monday, 25 November 2013

The Vedic Science behind Eating With Your hands

Hands are considered our most precious organ of action. Our hands and feet are said to be the conduits of the five elements--space, air, fire, water and earth. One of the five elements courses through each finger. Through the thumb, angushtha, comes space; through the forefinger, tarjani, air; through the midfinger, madhyama, fire; through the ring finger, anamika, water and through the little finger, kanishtha, earth.

In Vedic tradition, we eat with our hands because the five elements within them begin to transform food and make it digestible even before it reaches the mouth. This transformation also heightens the senses so that we can smell, taste and feel the texture of the foods we are eating. We can also hear the sounds of eating. All of these sensations are a necessary prelude to beckoning agni, the fire of digestion, to ready itself for the meal to come.Eating with your hands is remembering your sacred nature.
In ghronikah mudra the five fingertips form a petal around a lump of food about the size of a plum. This is one of the two main mudras used for eating solid food.

In annabhakshana mudra, use the fingertips to pick up a small amount of food, sufficient to fit on the base of the four fingers. Use the thumb to advance the food forward and into the mouth. This is the second of the two main mudras for eating any solid food. This mudra practice cultivates our discrimination in eating good quality food in the appropriate quantity and in a tranquil environment.

 Kangulah mudra is taking food with the thumb, forefinger and mid-finger. Engage this mudra when eating long, slender pieces of food. As we bring food to our mouth in kangulah mudra, the palm of the hand faces upward, evoking the spirit of consciousness as we touch upon Nature. This mudra cultivates a gentle reverence for Nature's precious gifts. The first mudra, Ghronikah, activates and balances the element of earth within the body. The earth element controls our sense of smell and gives us added vision to "smell our way," that is, to be keenly aware of our connection to Mother Nature.

Kadambah mudra crouches the five fingers around firm, solid food. This mudra is reserved for eating round-shaped fresh fruits that fit neatly in the palm of the hand, such as mango. Practicing this mudra helps us to remember to be grateful for every speck of Nature's food.

Mukulah mudra is eating with all five fingers tightly knitted together. In this mudra a minimal quantity of food is taken at a time, for example, ten grains of cooked rice. The mudra is used in annaprashanam, or the ceremony of first feeding, one of the 16 samskaras, usually performed in the fifth or sixth month of a child's life.  Every bite of food must serve to awaken cosmic memory of the first food we, as conscious human beings, imbibe from the Mother's nectary.

Khatakamukhah mudra is tasting or sampling food with forefinger, mid-finger and thumb tightly pinched. This mudra measures the equivalent of a half-teaspoon. It is used to mete out spices and condiments in cooking. We may also use it as a pinch-measure for medicines. Food is the most potent form of medicine. We need to exercise caution. Keeping our hearts open but our hands half-closed when receiving food is a good policy to maintain. Khatakamukhah mudra helps us to exercise firm discretion around food.

Thursday, 26 September 2013

Ramayan era plants bear witness to vanvas route

People who belittle Ramayan as a mythology or a mere epic and Lord Ram as a fictitious character should be ready to give up their skepticism. Two Chennai-based botanists have come out with a three-year-long study which establishes that the Ramayan is a true life story authored by Valmiki, incorporating facts, figures, science and environment of the period.
All 182 plants (including flowers, trees, fruits) mentioned in the Ramayan have been found to be true. M Amrithalingam and P Sudhakar, the two botanists working with the CPR Environmental Education Centre, Chennai, said they could confirm the existence of the flora and fauna mentioned by Valmiki in the Ramayan.
“We tracked the route travelled by Lord Ram, Sita and Lakshman from Ayodhya in the north to south as part of their exile to the forest for 14 years. To our surprise, we could identify all the plant species in the Ramayan mentioned by Valmiki along this route,” Amrithalingam told The Pioneer. As a taxonomist, Sudhakar confirmed the plant variety with their Sanskrit and Latin names.
The duo commenced their journey from Ayodhya and reached Chitrakuta’s tropical and deciduous forest. “Valmiki knew his flora, fauna and the geography. What we found was that the same flora and fauna existed in the same places as written in the epic,” pointed out Nanditha Krishna, director, CPREEC, who supervised the project.

According to Krishna, the Ramayan is geographically very correct. “All sites in their route are still identifiable and has continuing traditions . It is not possible for a person to just write something out of his imagination and fit it into local folklore for greater credibility. Valmiki has not erred anywhere while specifying the plant species, flowers and wild animals,” she said.
Sudhakar pointed out that in the Ramayan, Ram, Sita and Lakshman were warned to be cautious while they entered Dandakaranya forests. “This forest had lions and tigers. Now there are no lions in the area. This is because they were killed by poachers over the centuries. But the rocks in the famous Bhimbetka has prehistoric paintings of lion and tigers together which confirm Valmiki’s observation,” he said.
Amrithalingam and Sudhakar journeyed from Dandakaranya to Panchavati and Kishkinda. “We found that Kishkinda has a dry and moist climate which synchronises with what Valmiki has authored,” said Amrithalingam.
Chitrakuta and Dandakaranya regions mentioned in the epic are spread across the modern day Madhya Pradesh, Odisha and Andhra Pradesh, according to Krishna. Panchavati, from where Sita was abducted by Ravan, is situated on the banks of River Godavari on modern Maharashtra. “Diverse types of animal and bird species of this region have been mentioned by Valmiki. These include hamsa (swan), karandava (coot), kraunca(pond heron), Mayura (peacock) and sarasa (crane). These are all visible in the region even today,” said Krishna.  
Lord Ram in his conversation with Sita and Lakshman speaks about the significance of plants and trees which they come across during their journey. “Even today we have Sthala Vriksha (trees associated with each location) and plants which are worshipped. Tulsi, banyan, punnaga are some examples to substantiate the theory that Ramayana is not just a story but a chronicle,' said Krishna.
The research took them to Sri Lanka where too they found the flora and fauna which are all mentioned in the Ramayan. Ravan’s botanical garden was known as Ashoka Vana because of the presence of Ashoka trees. “The evergreen Ashoka Vana could be described as a garden where nature is portrayed in all its glory,” said Amrithalingam.
According to Krishna, Valmiki knew what he was writing about. “Unless he was thorough about the topography, geography and ecology of the region, he could not have provided such sharp and precise observation of the time, place and location,” she said. The findings of Amrithalingam and Sudhakar has been published in the format of a book titled Plant and Animal Diversity in Valmiki's Ramayan. 

Monday, 2 September 2013

Greek painting of Lord Krisha

Greek painting of lord krishan of the 2nd century A.D.

"A Pastoral Scene" is of the 2nd century A.D. and is on display at the museum in Corinth, 60 Km. from Athens (Greece). Obviously this is Lord Krishna the Hindu incarnation in his boyhood. The bare body, the horizontal flute, the cross-legged stance, standing under a tree with a few cows grazing around is exactly how Krishna is depicted in Hindu pictures. 

This is proof that in ancient Hindu Europe, Krishna and Rama as much as the Shiva Linga were worshipped as they are still worshipped by the Hindus in Hindusthan.


The art of Navigation was born in the river Sindhu 6000 years ago. The very word Navigation is derived from the Sanskrit word NAVGATIH. The word navy is also derived from Sanskrit 'Nou'.

Bhaskaracharya calculated the time taken by the earth to orbit the sun hundreds of years before the astronomer Smart. Time taken by earth to orbit the sun: (5th century) 365.258756484 days.

Sunday, 1 September 2013

To all the People who point us at Idol Worshipping

To all the People who point us at Idol Worshipping ! And to all the hateful messages by some Muslims saying about our Idol Worshipping, This is the answer ! 

         Our Dharma is so flexible because you have no boundation, you can attain salvation, by worshipping idols, not worshipping idols, just believing in god and doing the good work, by meditation, by jap, by tap. And many more, in Sanathan Dharma you are not bounded, it's the first and oldest in the world, it has given everything to the world, the music in form of "Shastriya-Sangeet" which means derived from the shastra, Theatre from Natya-Shastra, Astrology & Astronomy Jyotish-Shastra & Khagol Vigyaan, Vaastu From Vaastu-Shastra, Economics From Arth-Shastra, Meditation - Yoga, Surgery from Sukshut-Samhita, medicine from Ayur-Veda. Aryabhatt invented Zero, And Vedic maths also given by us, and which religion or dharma prays for all in this world even plants and herbs.

And many more even I'm unable to tell, just have faith in your dharma respect all but at least oppose when someone insults your dharma and remember when the world was roaming with no clothes on then in the darkness the sun of knowledge was shining upon us as we had everything one could need.

say Rama or say Shyama

The poetic lyrics of the bhajan are  sweet sung in the praise of attributes of the form of Lord Rama and Lord Krishna.

Two names are beautiful in this world, say Rama or say Shyama.

One (Krishna or Shyama) steals the butter in Brij another (Shri Rama) eats the bel from Bhilini (Sabri, a devotee with divine love towards Lord Rama and infinite patience)

Both's work are filled with divine wonderful love.

One (Lord Krishna) kills the demon king Kans other (Lord Rama ) kills Ravana. Both destroys the agony and pain of weak, both are the source of power.

One dances with Radhika, the Other sits with Sitaji
Say Radhe Shyam or say Sita Ram both are beautiful names.

Saturday, 31 August 2013

World coming to Hinduism?

No doubt Hinduism is the fastest growing religion in the real sense.The only thing is that to embrace Hinduism one needs wisdom.Its not a religion for fools.Enlighten the people world over and soon Hinduism will become the most dominating religion on the earth.And then there be the real peace because everybody will be given the freedom to follow his/her choice of religion.

It's true that Hinduism the way of life or it is the only true way of life.People who follow Hindu way of life are automatically Hindus.

World coming to Hinduism?Oh,yes!The day is not far when all the right thinking people will embrace Hinduism.

Sunday, 25 August 2013

Evolution theory in Vishnu Puraan

We already had the evolution theory in Vishnu Puraan, much much before it was developed by Darwin. This once again proves that we are still so much dependent on the west... Else why is it that we dont trust our scriptures unless the west approves it???

Whatever it be... I trust our culture, our scriptures. What about u???



Saturday, 24 August 2013

Step towards you.........

“If Krishna sees you are taking one step towards Him, He will take ten steps towards you."

Krishna is so happy to see you turn to Him.

He is more eager to see us return to Godhead than we are to go...
Jai Shri Krishna

Friday, 23 August 2013

Human Ladoos

One day a devotee with dish full of laddos heading towards the temple, one ladoo came out & fell down in a nala/gutter. Poor laddo did not get the opportunity to serve Sri Krishna in the temple. Sameway we all are human ladoos been born to serve the supreme, ladoos gives their sweetness to god & human should give love to God but we have fallen in this nala/gutter of material illusion due to which we cant serve the supreme & suffer.
One can understand the Supreme personality as He is only by devotional service. And when he is in full consciousness of the supreme Lord by such devotion, he can enter into the Kingdom of God.........

Wednesday, 14 August 2013

Science of everything...

Words by krishna in gita:

Soul can neither be created or nor destroyed just transfer from one body to another...that is from one form to another..

Modern science says energy can neither be created or nor be destroyed it can only be changed from one form to another....

This shows that soul is nothing but energy...till it is there in our body we are alive...once it goes...we are our Lord krishna knew it well before....Gita is nothing but of life of of everything...

Sunday, 4 August 2013

Why women are not allowed to chant some of the Vedic versus?

There is a controversy existing that women should not recite/chant 'Gayatri'. As a matter of fact neither do the Vedic Scripts nor the Sanatana Dharma discriminate women. On the contrary, womanhood is held in the Highest Esteem.

It is widely known that some of the Vedic Versus vibrations are so powerful in nature. Once a woman starts chanting these versus regularly, she is likely to lose her female-hood character and get manly tendencies developed in physical appearance . In majority of cases, it might cause hormone disturbances in the body's physical mechanism and disturb their menstrual cycle. 

It is a fact that to keep women in their natural glory and beauty, the ancient scholars did not allow them to chant or recite these versus. They knew precisely all the effects and side effects of what they did. However, they were allowed to do so once they cross their menopause stage, then the chances of disturbances in their body mechanism were minimal. Also the Gland functional in their body stops, at certain age - any further physical growth is minimal. Certainly it was not for any discrimination's but purely on the aforesaid reasons and points.

Every ritual and practice of this Great Hindu religion has a valuable hidden meaning. Unfortunately these were not carried on to the next generation that caused some imbalances in the society. 

Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Lord's pet animals

Nanda Maharaja had 900,000 cows. Visvanatha Cakravarti gives this description of the 

cows  of Vrindavana. Krishna knew every cow by name. If any cow was missing Krishna  

immediately chase after the missing cow and call her by name. The cows were divided into

 herds by color, either black, white, red, or yellow. In each color there were 25 further 

divisions making a total of 100 herds. There were also eight herds of cows that were spotted 

or speckled or had heads shaped like a mridanga or that had tilak marks on their foreheads.

 There was a total of 108 different herds of cows. Each of the 108 herds had a herd leader.

"Thus when Krishna calls out, 'Hey Dhavali' (the name of a white cow) a whole group of white

 cows comes forward, and when Krishna calls 'Hamsi, Candani, Ganga, Mukta' and so on, the
twenty-four other groups of white cows come. The reddish cows are called 'Aruni, Kunkuma,

 Sarasvati, etc., the blackish ones 'Shyamala, Dhumala, Yamuna, etc., and the yellowish ones

 are Pita, Pingala, Haritaki, etc. (Srimad Bhagavatam 10.35.19 purport)

"As described in the Brahma Samhita (surabhi apbipalayantam), Lord Krishna on His planet,

 Goloka Vrindavana, engages in tending the surabhi cows. These cows are the Lord's pet 

animals." (Srimad Bhagavatam 8.8.2 purport)

Monday, 15 July 2013

want to see only Sri Krishna.

The story of her birth goes like this – On a half-moon night in the month of Bhadra, King Vrishabhanu came to the Yamuna to bathe and found himself engulfed in a golden aura, the golden aura of pure love. It was emanating from a lotus, which had a baby girl standing on its whorl. When the king returned to the palace with the baby, Queen Kirtida was delighted. She was also shocked that the girl was blind.

Lord Krishna’s mother, Yashoda, heard that her best friend Kirtida had a baby, so she came to visit along with her husband and her son. Krishna crawled up to the cradle and pulled Himself up and looked in. At that moment, Srimati Radharani’s eyes fluttered and opened wide and blossomed like lotuses. It seems that she did not want to see anything of this world, only the form of Sri Krishna.

Sunday, 14 July 2013

Krishna- the master of all tricks

Once Radha got false anger with Krishna as He did not come to meet her for long! She became very slim and weak because of the absence of Krishna for long! Actually, Krishna did so, to perform a lila with Radha!

After waiting for a few days for Krishna, Radha sat alone inside her home and instructed all her associate gopis: 

“Hey Gopis! All of you stand as protection outside our house! Kanha is playing a game with me now! He will come here one day! He can not remain without me! But, when He comes, never allow Him inside the house! He will make many tricks and make dramas! He is a good actor! Be careful!”

Gopis agreed and did as said by Radha! 

Krishna came! He requested His level best to allow Him to enter the house! But, the gopis did not allow Him and said that Radha is very angry with Kanha and they act according to Her instructions only! After many attempts, Krishna went away upset!

But, He is the source of intelligennce! So, He made a trick! He dressed like a lady and went to Radha’s house! He told them that he is the master of all arts and can find a cure to the distress of Radha! As the gopis were worried about Radha’s health, they allowed her (Him).

Krishna entered the house, and spoke like a girl! He also asked Radha to show her palm to find out the reason for her worry! Radha showed. Krishna suddenly caught her hands and showed His original youth form! On seeing that, Radha felt so ashamed and embraced Krishna with Love!

Krishna is the master of all tricks!

Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Sri Krishna- radha's proprietor

"Being a cowherd girl, Srimati Radharani regularly carries a container of milk & often goes to sell it on the other side of the Yamuna. 
To cross the river, She has to pay the boatman, and the spot where the boatman collects his fares is called the dana-ghati.
Lord Sri Krishna stops Her from going,
telling Her, 'First You have to pay the fee; then You will be allowed to go.'
This pastime is called dana-keli-lila. 

Similarly, if Srimati Radharani wants to pick a flower, Sri Krishna claims to be the garden's proprietor and prohibits Her. This pastime is called kila-kincita."

Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Raas- the dance of celebration

Raas, the dance of celebration, is the most profound attribute of the mighty stream of creation The whole of life is a meeting of contradictory forces, and that all its happiness comes from this union of the opposites. The very mystery and ecstasy of life lies hidden in this unio mystica, Raasleela, the dance of celebration.
                 Raas has a universal meaning; it has a cosmic connotation and significance.
Firstly, the meeting of opposite energies is the cornerstone of all creation, of the universe. This division of energy is at the root of all creation. When the same energy becomes one, when it returns to its primordial state, total destruction, the ending of the universe happens. And when the same energy again divides itself into two, creation begins a new.
                   Without the meeting of the two, creation is impossible. So we have to go into the significance of Krishna’s raas in this context. Krishna’s raas with the milkmaids of his village is not an ordinary dance, on a small scale it really represents the universal dance of creation that goes on and on. It epitomizes the everlasting drama of the making and unmaking of the universe.
                  It is for this reason that Krishna’s maharaas ceases to have a sexual connotation. Not that it prohibits any sexual interpretation, but for certain, sex has been left far behind. In reality Krishna does not dance as a mere Krishna, he represents her, the whole of the male element in creation, known in Sanskrit as purusha. And similarly the gopis represent the entire female element, prakriti. The maharaas represents the combined dance of prakriti and purusha.
                 People who take the maharaas as a sexual representation of life are mistaken; they really don’t understand it. To put it rightly, it is a dance of the meeting of the male and female energies, of purusha and prakriti. It has nothing to do with any individual man and woman; it represents the mighty cosmic dance. It is because of this that a single Krishna dances with any number of gopis. Ordinarily it is not possible for a single man to dance with many women at a time. Ordinarily no man can be in love with many women together, but Krishna does it, and does it beautifully. It is amazing that every milkmaid, every gopi taking part in the maharaas, believes that Krishna is dancing with her, that he is hers. It seems Krishna has turned into a thousand Krishnas so that he pairs off with each of the thousand women present there.It is utterly wrong to take the maharaas, the celebration dance of Krishna, as that of an individual person. Krishna is not a person here; he represents the great male energy, purusha. The maharaas is a representation in dance of the great meeting between male and female energies.

                But the question is: Why only dance is chosen as a medium for this representation? Nothing can express it better than dance. Dance is the most primitive form of human language, because when man had not yet learned to speak, he spoke through gestures. To me, the great raas happening in infinite space, with millions of stars like the sun and moon dancing rhythmically, is not an ordinary dance.  In a sense it should be described as overflowing bliss. There is such an abundance of bliss in the heart of existence that it is flowing, overflowing. That is what we call the river of existence. The presence of the polar opposites in the universe facilitates its flow.
             Man alone cannot flow; he needs the presence of woman. Without the woman man is inhibited and closed. In the same way, without man the woman is inhibited and closed. Their togetherness causes their energies to spring into the form of love. What we know as love between man and woman is nothing but the flowing of yin and yang together. And this love, if it is not personalized, can have great spiritual significance. The attraction of man and woman for each other is what brings them together so that their latent energies flow into the stream of love and life. That is why a man feels relaxed with a woman and a woman feels at ease with a man. Separated and alone they feel tense and anxious; coming together they feel as light as feathers, weightless. In this interplay of energies, which is raas, And this dance of male and female energies together brings deep contentment and bliss; it turns into an outpouring of joy and bliss.
            Although Krishna and his girlfriends are no more with us as people, the moon and the stars under which they danced together are still with us, and so are the trees and the hills and the earth and the skies that were once so drunk with the bliss of the raas. So, although millenia have passed, the vibes of the maharaas are still with us.

Now scientists have come forward with a strange theory. They say although people come and go, the subtle vibes of their lives and their living remain suffused in existence forever. If someone goes to dance on the grounds where Krishna once danced with his gopis he can hear the echoes of the maharaas even today. If someone can play a flute near the hills that in the past echoed with the music of Krishna’s flute, he can hear those hills still echoing it, everlastingly.

               In my view, the raas symbolizes the overflowing, outpouring of the primeval energy as it is divided between man and woman. And if we accept this definition, the raas is as relevant today as it was in the times of Krishna. Then it is everlastingly relevant.

Monday, 10 June 2013

Mahabharata have recorded lot of scientific information about embryology

Embryology is the science of development of an embryo from the fertilization of the ovum to the fetus stage.The earliest scientific approach is credited to Aristotle (384 – 322 BC), but indians have done a lot of scientific work, long before Aristotle. Kapil Muni was probably the first man who studied embryo.
         The epic Mahabharata written around 5561 BC and the Bhagawata Purana composed around 1652 BC have recorded lot of scientific information about embryology.Ancient Indian rishis had discovered the body secretions, which reproduce and called them Raja (ovum) and Reta (sperm).
         The Mahabharata, Shanti Parva, 301, 320, 331, 356, and the Bhagawata 3/31 state that one fine particle of Shukra conjugates with that of Shonit during copulation. The fine particles are sperm and ovum. They termed the conjugate product as ‘Kalala’, whereas modern science terms it as ‘Zygote’ or fertilized ovum. Bhagawata states that only in one night, which means 12 hours’ time, from the coitus, Kalala forms.Science admits that an ovum remains fertilizable for a short time, measured in hours, after its release from ovary.
“dasahena tu karkandhuh” |”kalalam tv eka-ratrena” |”panca-ratrena budbudam” |”pesy andam va tatah param” – 3-31-2
says Bhagavata Purana
Translation : On the first night, the sperm and ovum mix, and on the fifth night the mixture ferments into a bubble. On the tenth night it develops into a form like a plum, and after that, it gradually turns into a lump of flesh or an egg.
Bhagavata Purana describes all the microscopic changes taking place up to 15 days of the embryonic life, in a womb of a living woman. Science has 2 used microscopes, uterine wash-outs, post-mortem examinations, etc and arrived at same conclusion.
“bahv-anghry-ady-anga-vigrahah” |”linga-cchidrodbhavas tribhih” |”masena tu siro dvabhyam” |”nakha-lomasthi-carmani” – 3-31-3
In the course of a month, a head is formed, and at the end of two months the hands, feet and other limbs take shape. By the end of three months, the nails, fingers, toes, body hair, bones and skin appear, as do the organ of generation and the other apertures in the body, namely the eyes, nostrils, ears, mouth and anus.
Bhagavata Purana states that the Linga i.e. external genitalia are formed in the third month. Science has revealed that external genitalia are present in 8 weeks’ old embryo. According to science male genitalia take their final form at the end of the 3rd month and Utero-vaginal canal also forms by the third month. Anus is formed some time after the genitals.
“aturbhir dhatavah sapta | pancabhih ksut-trd-udbhavah | sadbhir jarayuna vitah | kuksau bhramyati daksine”
Within four months from the date of conception, the seven essential ingredients of the body, namely chyle, blood, flesh, fat, bone, marrow and semen, come into existence. At the end of five months, hunger and thirst make themselves felt, and at the end of six months, the fetus, enclosed by the amnion, begins to move on the right side of the abdomen.

In the 7th month the soul of embryo remembers everything about its past lives and also gets knowledge about the present life. Science cannot demonstrate this fact, but it can be inferred indirectly. The foetus of 7th month is viable, so its brain must be functioning in the 7th month.
Electro-encephalographic tracings of the foetus may prove this in future.
Kapil Muni describes that the foetus lies with complete flexion of its back and head. It is a fact and is scientifically proved. He also said that the foetus is unable to do respiration. This is also true, because the foetus lies in the amniotic fluid and requires no breathing. The foetus gets oxygen and nourishment from the mother’s blood. Kapil Muni also says that in the 10th month the foetus is forced down by Prasooti Vayu, through the maternal passage. During this process of delivery, the foetus gets lot of troubles and loses its past memory.
Science cannot give any proof for the loss of memory, but we can assess it by the fact that during delivery foetal head is compressed to a great extent.
It may compress the brain, which in turn, may cause loss of memory. It is a proved fact that compression and concussion of human brain causes loss of memory.
In 1972, Dr. H.P.Robinson of Glasgow University, showed using ultrasonic Doppler technique, that the heart begins at about 12-14 weeks.
Bhagavata Purana states that two ears develop and gets knowledge of sound and directions. Two separate functions are attributed to the ears, clearly. It is proved true during 1936 when Ross and Tait published their paper showing that the directions are recognized by the Labyrinth, situated in the Internal ears.
Aitereya Upanishad (1/1/4 and 1/2/4, written in 6000 BC) mentions the same fact.

The Bhagavata Purana gives microscopic details about the origin of a person (Purusha). It is narrated in a form of a story of He and She. (3/6/1-5)
He noticed that unless He and She unite, reproduction is not possible.
Therefore He conjugated with She. He entered into her 23 principles and brought together all the 23 principles.
He stimulated her creative energy. Her 23 principles got activated, they conjugated with his 23 principles and the combined energy of those 23 principles reproduced the person.
Modern science has shown that 23 chromosomes of a sperm join with those of an ovum and then an embryo forms.
Chromosomes are called as Gunawidhi in bhagavata purana and mahabharata because they control Guna (characters) and Widhi (functions).
Ancient Indian sages revealed that Jeevatma(soul) is not perishable. At the time of death, it leaves the physical body and goes to Bhuvarloka. Then it comes down with rainwater, enters a food grain, goes in to a male and occupies a sperm.
With that sperm it enters the female and joins with an ovum to create an offspring. The sperm on which rides Atman gets success to win an ovum.
During one coitus 200 to 300 millions of sperms are deposited in a female passage.
Out of them only one enters an ovum. Why that one only? Science says it is a chance.
And why not a woman gets pregnant everytime she mates a man during her fruitful days ?
Embryo is the first descent of a fraction of Aatma. That part of Aatma is named as Praana.
Praana enters in and guides the sperm to enter an ovum.
So, only that single sperm which is driven by the child’s soul will enter woman’s womb.
Vedic Astrology has proved that it can derive the date of pregnancy, gender of child, date of delivery too, based on horoscopes of parents.

Thursday, 6 June 2013

Dinosaurs have been witnessed by yadava boys

Dinosaur was mentioned to have been witnessed by yadava boys during Krishna’s regime in dwaraka around 3100 BCE. Bhagavatam, written by sage veda vyas describes about a huge hill sized lizard (chameleon) in canto 10, chapter 64.One day Samba, Pradyumna, Caru, Bhanu, Gada and other young boys of the Yadu dynasty went to a small forest to play.After playing for a long time, they became thirsty. As they searched for water, they looked inside a dry well and saw a peculiar creature.The boys were astonished to behold this creature, a lizard who looked like a hill. They felt sorry for it and tried to lift it out of the well.They caught on to the trapped lizard with leather thongs and then with woven ropes, but still they could not lift it out. So they went to Lord Krishna and excitedly told Him about the creature.Krishna fetched him out of well and the dinosaur reveals its identity as King Nriga, who was son was Ikshvaku. Nriga was ancestor of Rama, who also belonged to Ikshvaku dynasty.
                        Nriga narrates his story as : I gave in charity many cows to a brahmin, but one cow returned to its herd without my knowledge.Unaware of this, I proceeded to give that cow in charity to a different brahmin.At this time, the cow’s original owner came there and claimed, ‘This cow is mine!’ The second brahmana responded, ‘No. She is mine. Nriga gave her to me.’While arguing in this way, the two brahmanas approached me. When they accused me of giving for a second time a cow that I had already given in charity, thus committing a greatly sinful act, I became bewildered.
                      Finding myself in such a terrible dilemma, I humbly entreated, ‘O brahmanas, please be merciful to me, for I am your servant, and had acted innocently, without knowing what I was doing. I will give each of you 100,000 of the best cows, in exchange for this one disputed cow, and thus rectify my mistake. Please accept my offer and thus save me from this difficult situation, or I shall surely fall down into hell. The second owner of the cow said, ‘I don’t want anything in exchange for this cow’ and the original owner said, ‘I will not accept even more than what you are offering.’Both thought that the cow was theirs, and thus could not be taken back under any condition. While considering that their rightful position had been usurped, the two brahmanas angrily left my palace and returned home.At the time when I gave up my body, and then Yamaraja said, ‘My dear King, which would you like to experience first? Would you like to enjoy the results of your pious acts, or would you first like to suffer the results of your sins? I can see no limit to the charity that you had given, or the enjoyment in heaven that you will consequently receive.

                        Being bewildered, I replied, ‘My lord, first of all let me suffer for my misdeeds.’ Yamaraja responded by saying, ‘Then fall!’ and at once, I was transformed into a lizard and remained within a well for a long time. But somehow, due to my charitable disposition toward the brahmanas, and my great desire to one day have Your audience, I continued to think of You, even in my degraded condition, and I could remember everything about my past life.Krishna then sent him to heaven.This story of King Nriga(Nruga) reveals that ancient indians knew and even saw dinosaurs (hill sized lizards) around 5000 years ago. 
                      Not only this but also many more information are there about dinosaurs in our histories. "Central India was the largest dinosaur nesting site in the world". "India has the largest number of eggs and nests from a single time interval (68 to 65 million years ago) representing the Lamenta Formation sediments which are believed to have been deposited at the time of Deccan volcanic activity. Other countries, such as China, Mongolia and the USA have several horizons from which dinosaur eggs have been isolated, but not from a single formation, as in India. What actually counts in the preservation of eggs is really not how many eggs were laid but how many of these were preserved as fossils. The process of fossilisation is selective and as we all know eggs tend to rot easily. For preservation of the Indian dinosaur eggs, it is believed that frequent flooding and covering of nests and eggs by sediments led to better preservation. There is evidence of flooding in the Lamenta sediments where nests have been found. On the surface on which the nests and eggs are exposed, we find pebbles of fairly large size, which could only have been brought there by flood waters."
                According to hindu evolution  theory: Fish or aquatic animals, when exposed to the grounds, developed a need to breathe properly, so they developed a lung-like structure and became frogs (an amphibian). These frogs kept on jumping all the time and disturbing the atmosphere, so the nature pushed them down and they became reptiles like lizards, snakes and crocodiles. Tired of their slow motion they then evolved into running dinosaurs, from a miniature size to a real monstrous size. Feeling great they stamped the grounds of Asia, Europe and America when an unknown natural calamity happened and all the big dinosaurs died around 65 million years ago. They lived between 250 to 65 million years ago.

Wednesday, 5 June 2013

Origin of Dhanushkodi

Ravana the King of Lanka Kidnapped Sita , the wife of Sri Ram as a Revenge for his Sister Sooparnakha , who wants to marry Sri Ram, and her nose was cut by Lakshmana to teach her a lesson.

Sri Ram and Lakshman along with army of Sughreeva and hanuman came to rescue her. to reach lanka they had to cross the vast ocean and reach Lanka. Sri Ram ordered the Ocean to leave his way but the ocean showed no sign . Sri Ram pulled a bow to dry the Ocean , as to teach the arrogant ocean a lesson. The Ocean prayed to Sri Ram to under stand that he was bound to stay at his position and he must pray to Lord Shiva for the solution. Raam has already set the arrow in the bow , he asked the Ocean where else could he shoot the arrow if not at him , Ocean suggested a useless barren dweep ( small island) which lies on the way to Lanka. Raam shoot the arrow at it, its now called as Dhanushkodi, and made it fertile.

Homeopathy concepts in bhagavatham

Homeopathy system of alternative medicine originated in 1796 by German Physician Samuel Hahnemann.
This is based on his doctrine of similia similibus curentur (“Let like be cured by like“), according to which a substance that causes the symptoms of a disease in healthy people will cure similar symptoms in sick persons.
Hippocrates wrote of curing ‘like with like‘ more than 2,000 years ago but it was formally systematized by Hahnemann.

But, the same principle was explained in Bhagavata Purana, which was written by Sage Veda Vyas around 5000 years ago (3100 BCE).
In this book, Sage Narada explains to Vyas :
“आमयो यस्च भूतानां जयते येन सुव्रता |
तदेव याम्यहम द्रव्यं न पुनती चिकितसितम ||”
“(Aamayo yascha boothanam jayathae yena suvratha |
thadeva yhamayam dhravyam na punathi chikitsitham||)”
Aamayo – Diseases, yascha – whatever, bhootanam – of the living being, jayathae – become possible, yena – by the agency, suvratha – of the good soul, thad – that, eva – very, dhravyam – thing, na – does it not, punathi – cure, chikitsitham – treated with.
The same substance which contributes to a particular malady cannot ordinarily counteract the disease, but when taken in a properly medicated form does cure the ailment.
For example, milk or food prepared with milk can cause disorder of stomach. But when same milk is made into curd and mixed up with remedial ingredients in smaller quantities will cure this disorder.
The onion, which produces tears in the eye and irritation (similar to a cold), can be used as a homeopathic medicine to cure colds which have irritating tears.
It is evident that ancient indians used this principle in different ways with statements like Vishasya Visham Aushadam (Poison is the medicine for poison) and Ushnam Ushnena Seetalam/Santi (Heat can be tackled by heat to make it cold) and cured diseases of humans and cattle since ages in Ayurveda.