Sunday, February 28, 2016

Evidence that Ayodhya masjid was Sri RAM TEMPLE

Archaeologist K.K. Muhammed- Excavation proofs say Babri masjid was actually a Hindu Temple in past

This shocking Truth is exposed by Dr KK Muhammed, former Regional Director of Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) that Babri Masjid was actually a Hindu Temple, which was demolished and then refurbished into a mosque during Mughal rule.

He further adds that leftist historians of India like Romila Thapar, irfan habib, akhtar Ali, Bipin chandra, S gopal and many others gave False logics such as there were no historical accounts of demolition of Temple and Hindu/buddhist/ Jain cultural centres in and around Ayodhya before 19th century. While renowned historian MGS Narayanan fully agree with Muhammed, Left centric historians like Dr KN Panikkar dubbed the arguments raised by the author as baseless.

The shocking truth that was found in the Babri Masjid excavation


Sanskrit faded from being a global language

How Sanskrit faded from being a global language and what shattered the global Vedic culture.

By Stephen Knapp

Sanskrit was an internationally known language even up to the time of the 15th century, this is corroborated by a footnote on page 28, Volume One, of Marco Polo's Memoirs. It explains that in the village of Kenyung Kwan, 40 miles north of Peking, beyond the pass of Nankau, under a, archway, two large inscriptions were engraved in 1345 CE in six languages, including Tibetan, Mongol, Bashpath, Uighur, Chinese, one unknown language, and Sanskrit. Furthermore, another footnote on page 29 of the same volume explains that the annals of the Ming dynasty in 1407 CE mentions the establishment of a linguistic office for diplomatic purpose. This required the study of eight language, including Sanskrit.

So, Sanskrit was an important language. We can see that the farther we go back in time the wider and more frequent was it's use. With so many languages displaying words that derive from Sanskrit, or are corrupted forms of it, we can understand that Sanskrit was the primary language from time immemorial up to the era of the Mahabharata War, So why did Sanskrit go from a global language to one that is presently sparsely used?

It would seem that the Mahabharata War at Kurukshetra (c.3138 BCE) caused the global, united Vedic administration to break up into factions and fragments. The war caused many once united portions of world society to take sides to either support the Pandavas or the Kurus. As explained in the Mausal Parva section of the Mahabharata, after the heavy carnage of the war, masses of people had to flee the area or take refuge in new and unfamiliar areas of the world. This caused the breakdown of the world-wide Vedic social, educational, and administrative system which helped usher in the chaos of the age of Kali-yuga.

As people fled to other areas of the world and splintered away from Vedic society, they, nonetheless, carried with them remnants and memories if the Vedic rituals and customs, as well as speech and language they once knew and practised. However,bereft accompanied it, after many generations of this, the forgetfulness of the ancient ways led them to speak in progressively more distorted forms of Sanskrit and develop^their own peculiar regional forms of speech, customs, and mannerisms. Therefore, people in the British Isles, the Mediterranean, China, Japan, etc., all evolved their own style of vocabulary and remnants of Vedic customs. This is how various forms of language emerged out of Sanskrit, and why many languages and customs and religions have a thread of similarities running through them. The idea of some scholars that Sanskrit, Latin, and Greek are descendants of some previous language in unfounded and simply speculation.

With the dispersal of large masses of people there was the formation of regional states that became isolated and divided, which took the shape of Syria, Assyria, Babylonia, Mesopotamia, Egypt, China, etc, Mr.P.N.Oak provides an interesting explanation in this regard in his book, Some Missing Chapters of World History (p.8): “Like the Vedic empire splitting into regional bits, Vedic society too broke into diverse cults and communities. Consequently their names are all Vedic Sanskrit. Thus, Syria is Sur, Assyria is Asur, Babylonia is Bahubalaniya, Mesopotamia is Mahishipattaniya, etc., while Stoics were Staviks (people given to meditation), Essenes were devotees of Essan(Lord Shiva), Samaritans were Smartas (those whose lives were regulated by the Smriti Vedic texts), Sadduceans were Sadhujans (monks), Malencians were Mlencchas, Philistines were followers of Vedic sage Pulasti, Casseopeans were followers of sage Kashyap, etc.”

This is why so many of the Vedic symbols, or distortions of such, are still important or highly recognized in various parts of the world. For example, the Aryan symbol of the Swastika is a famous sign for auspiciousness and god luck, which was later distorted into a symbol of a different meaning by Hitler and the German army. The Shakti-Chakra or Sri Yantra was held sacred and turned into the sic-pointed Star of Solomon by Jewish people.

Furthermore, we can easily see the many similarities in ancient architecture all over the world. The Vedic culture was not interested in conquering foreign people into submission, but was interested inupgrading people everywhere. Thus, they also spread the ancient science of constructing buildings. Many of the ancient temples and stone mansions we find today are built to the specifications of the Vedic Shilpa Shastras. The reason for the similarity in buildings of the Indians, Iranians, Arabs, Mongols, and even in the Americas is explained in this way.

One western author who also reached this conclusion is E.B.Havell. In his book, Indian Architecture-- Its Psychology, Structure and History (pp.1&2), he writes that all historic architecture is absolutely Hindu (Vedic) in style, concept, and execution. Havell also wrote about the false idea that the beauty and precision of Indian building art must have come from outside India. “All these misconceptions have their root in one fixed idea. The belief that true aesthetic feeling has always been wanting in the Hindu mind and that everything really great in Indian art has been suggested or introduced by foreigners...This persistent habit of looking outside of India for the origins of Indian art must necessarily lead to false conclusions.”

Interestingly, the principles of Vedic architecture can be found a lot closer to home than many people may think P.N.Oak describes in World Vedic Heritage (p.390) that the white house in Washington D.C. Also follows the principles of Vedic architectural design. In the age old tradition, the king's palace was designated as the Dhavala Gruha, which literally translates into White House. The design for such a house is described in two famous Sanskrit classics, the Harsha Charita and Kadambari. Both texts were written by the Sanskrit pundit Banabhatta 1300 years ago during the reign of Harshavardhan. “The traditional Vedic features enjoined for the Hindu Chief Executive's Dhaval Gruha have been reflected in every detail in the White House in Washington D.C and the U.S.Embassy building in New Delhi.”

So, Why can we not remember or find more sources of documented history of our connection with a global Vedic culture? Why do most histories of any country tend to fade out after going back 2500 years? There are several reasons, some of which we will mention later. But one reason is that before the process of fragmentation began after the Mahabharata War at Kurukshetra in 3138 BCE, all regions of the world had not developed a separate identity from the global Vedic Aryan culture. Thus, there was not a need to record a separate regional history other than what was already recorded as a global history, as we presently find in many of the ancient Vedic histories known as the Ithihasas, or Puranas. This is one of the reasons why most regional histories tend not to go back farther in the time 2500 to 3000 years ago. Even the longest regional histories hardly to go back farther than 3000 BCE, the time of Mahabharata War.

Worldwide remnant of Sanskrit

Worldwide remnant of Sanskrit

By Stephen Knapp

The basis of all accomplishments of the Vedic culture is its literature. Max Mueller, in his book India – What Can It Teach Us(p.21), says that, “Historical records (of the Hindus) extend in some respects so far beyond all records and have been preserved to us in such perfect and such legible documents, that we can learn from them lessons which we can learn nowhere else and supply missing links.”

In Volume I (p.163) of Chips From A German Workshop, Max Mueller continues his thoughts on the importance and primordiality of Vedic literature: “Sanskrit no doubt has an immense advantage over all other ancient languages of the East. It is so attractive and has been so widely admired, that it almost seems at times to excite a certain amount of feminine jealousy. We are ourselves Indo-Europeans. In a certain sense we are still speaking and thinking Sanskrit; or more correctly Sanskrit is like a dear aunt to us and she takes the place of a mother who is no more.”

That the entire ancient literature of India is composed in Sankskrit provides compelling evidence that Sanskrit was the only language spoken and understood thousands of years ago. Not only that, but many other texts at the time, along with grants, orders, ordinances, religious prayers and sacraments, were also all in Sanskrit.

Scholar H.H.Wilson wrote in his Preface to his translation of the Vishnu Purana, “The affinities of the Sanskrit language prove a common origin of the now widely scattered nations amongst whose dialects they are traceable, and render it unquestionable that they must all have spread abroad from some central spot in that part of the globe first inhabited by mankind according to the inspired record.”

Let us take a brief look at additional evidence to help verify the idea that Sanskrit was the original language of the world, and that it is connected with numerous countries and cultures.

The fact of the matter is that remnants of Sanskrit can be found worldwide in practically any language. Mr.P.N.Oak provides a great comparison of this in his book, Some Blunder of Indian Historical Research (p.277). This is like a brief overview which we will elaborate further in another chapter. He explains that, “Latin and Persian are dialects of Sanskrit. Greek has borrowed a lot from Sanskrit. French and English are full of Sanskrit words, roots and speech forms. The use of a prefix 'a' for the negative as in 'amoral' is Sanskrit. The termination stry as in dentistry [and] chemistry, derives from the Sanskrit word Shastra meaning science or branch of knowledge. Words fashioned roots like dants (as in 'dental, dentistry'), mrutyu (as in mortal, mortuary, morgue, post mortem) are all Sanskrit. Vesture for apparel in the Sanskrit word vastra. Common words like 'door' (dwar), 'name' (nama) are all Sanskrit.

Numerals like two(dwi), three(troika, tripartite, tripod) is based on the Sanskrit word tri. Four (chatwar), five(panch in Sanskrit), gives us such words as Pentagon, pentecostal. 'Gon' is the Sanskrit Kon meaning angle. Six(shat in Sanskrit), seven(sapta), eight(astha), nine(vava), ten(dasha) gives words like decimel, decade. 'Christ-Mas' is really the month of Christ. In Sanskrit a month is called as mas. The Sanskrit root pada meaning foot leads to words like biped, centipede, pediatrics and tripod. 'Pedestrian' is almost a pure Sanskrit word which is explained in Sanskrit as padais charati iti padacharaha. The root bhara meaning weight gets formed in Latin into 'barus' and gives us words like barometer. The word naktam, meaning night in Sanskrit, has led to words like night, or 'naucht' in German and 'nocturnal.' The English words pedestal retains its almost original Sanskrit form pada-sthala. In French, the words 'roi, rene, deu, genou, naga' meaning king, queen, God, knees, and cobra respectively are all Sanskrit words. The river Nile is the corrupt form of the Sanskrit word neel, namely 'blue.' That is why it is called the blue Nile. In Greenland the Sanskrit word Sambandhi is used in its original Sanskrit sense meaning a relation. In Africa the word simba meaning a lion is the Sanskrit word simha. The Latvian language is based on Panini's Sanskrit grammar. Their capital riga is the very root we find in the word Rig-Veda. Pushtun the language of Afghanistan, is a dialect of Sanskrit as is Siamese, the language of Thailand. In German, the declension of nouns is based almost four-square on the Sanskrit pattern.

“The sequence of week days from Monday to Sunday is followed the word over as laid down by Sanskrit-speaking Indians. In the ancient world the new year began about March-April as in India and Persia even now. The names September, October, November, and December derive from the Sanskrit words Saptama, Asthtama, Navama and Dashama, i.e. the 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th (months). The deity 'Mitras' was worshipped in the ancient world is the 'Mitra' or the Sun God of the Hindus. Scandinavia is the abode of warriors (Skand Nabhi in Sanskrit) i.e. of the Vikings.” I might also add that Skand comes from the name of the warrior son of the Vedic Lord Shiva, Skanda. And the Scandinavians were the mariner descendants of the Vedic Kshatriya warriors who worshipped Skanda.

In regard to Latin being a dialect of Sanskrit, Godfrey Higgins, in his book The Celtic Druids (p.61), makes a similar conclusion that for some people would be quite controversial. He explains, “There are many objections to the derivation of the Latin from the Greek. Latin exhibits many terms in a more rude form than Greek...Latin was derived from Sanskrit.”

In any case, not only are there many words connected with or derived from Sanskrit, there are many places around the world that also reflect their Vedic connection. For example, the places that end with the suffix sthan, which is the Sanskrit stan, reflect their Vedic connection as found in Baluchistan, Afghanistan, Kurdistan, Kafiristhan, Turkisthan, Bhabulisthan, Kazaksthan, and others, such as Arvasthan which corrupted to Arabia. Countries like like Syria and Assyria show their Sanskrit connection through the Sura and Asura communities mentioned in the Vedic epics. Those countries also spoke Sanskrit until they lost their connection with Indian or Vedic culture. Cities in England show their Sanskrit connection with their corrupted form of puri turned to 'bury' as in Shrewsbury, Ainsbury, and Waterbury.

Even the name “England” comes from the Sanskrit word Angla-Sthan. Herewith we can see that the suffix “land” also shows a corrupted form of Sanskrit and that places such as Deutschland, Greenland, or Iceland, show a Sanskrit connection. For example, the name Deutschland is derived from the Sanskrit Daitya Sthan, Daityas were an ancient, Sanskrit speaking people. They were known as Daityas for being descendants of the woman Diti, as explained in the Vedic texts.

The Caspian Sea and the region of kashmir also derive theur names from Sanskrit being names after the great sage Cashyap, or Kashyapa Muni. Kashyapa was the ancestor of the Daityas who figures prominently in the Vedic epics. The Daityas were also referred to as the Danuv community. The Danube River, being a river that flowed through the land of the Daityas, or Danuvs, was later known as the Danube. Danu was one of the primary goddesses of the Celts, and was the wife of Kashyapa Muni.

Furthermore, the Red sea is so named because that is merely the translation of the Sanskrit Lohit Sagar as was mentioned in the Ramayana when Rama's emissaries were searching for Sita. Lohit means red. This is similar to the name “White Sea,” which is a mere translation of the Sanskrit Ksheer Sagar. We will see more this kind of linguistic, geographical, and archaeological evidence in the coming postings.

(Source: Proof of Vedic Culture's Global Existence)

India and Sanskrit: The source of world literature

India and Sanskrit: The source of world literature

By Stephen Knapp

Sanskrit, if it is the original language since the creation, is also the source of world literature. Laura Elizabeth Poor observes in her book, Sanskrit and Its Kindred Literature-Studies in Comparative Mythology, “I propose to write about the literature of different nations and different centuries. I wish to show that this literature is not many but one; that the same leading ideas have arisen at epochs apparently separated from each other; that each nation however isolated it may seem, is, in reality, a link in the great chain of development of the human mind; in other words to show the unity and continuity of literature...The histories of Phoenicians, Cartheginians, Romans or Greeks, were so many detached pieces of information...But the moment the mind realizes...that one nation is connected with all others, its history becomes delightful and inspiring...And it is to the Sanskrit language that we owe this entire change...Sanskrit was a spoken language at the of Solomon, 1015 B.C., also of Alexander, 324 B.C.”

In this same line of thought, it has been determined that the Sanskrit Rig-Veda is the oldest piece of literature in the world. Reverend Morris Philip, in his book The Teaching of the Vedas (p.213), concludes, “After the latest researches into the history and chronology of the book of Old Testament, we may safely now call the Rigveda as the oldest book not only of the Indian community, but of the whole world.”

A.A.Macdonell provides a few more details in his book, India's Past, about how various literature in the world are all connected. In fact, he explains that many of the world's fairy tales come from India. “The history of how India's fairy tales and fables migrated from one country to another to nearly all the people of Europe and Asia, and even to African tribes from their original home in India, borders on the marvellous. It is not a case of single stories finding their way by word of mouth...from India to other countries, but of whole Indian books becoming through the medium of translations the common property of the world...many fairy tales current among the various people can be traced to their original home in India.”

When we begin to compare the ancient legends and stories of one country with another, and one time period with another, we can recognize how similar and yet different they are. The conclusion is that they had to have come from one basic source, one people that later became divided and spread out over a wide area. Each part of this society must have brought with them into the new lands their old legends that were once common to all. Many of these stories were later shaped and altered according to the place they lived, and the natural aesthetic and artistic preferences they acquired, while the primary legends have been the most likely to maintain their storyline. Though various mythologies may have similarities, the most common traits can be seen between any of them and the Vedic traditions. These kinds of similarities between these myths and the Vedic legends makes it clear that the Vedic tradition is the original from which all others are derived.

An example of this is the Indian classic Ramayana, from India the Ramayana has travelled to many other countries who now claims their own versions of the epic. Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, even Jamaica and Africa have versions of the Ramayana that have slight differences from the Indian Ramayana. Thus we can see how this early Sanskrit literature travelled throughout the world and became local versions of what originated in India. The next section further corroborates this point.

Sanskrit in Croatia: From Sarasvati to Hrvati

Sanskrit in Croatia: From Sarasvati to Hrvati
By James Cooper

For most of the Croatian people (or as they call themselves, Hrvati) when it comes to defining their origins and tracing their ancient roots they turn towards the land of Iran and Persia. According to academia the name Hrvat comes from Hrovat which comes from the Slavic Horvat which originates from the Indo/Slavic Harvat and which is ultimately traced to Persia and the name Harahvaiti.
Harahvaiti however, is the corrupted name of Sarasvati, the great Vedic Goddess, the Mother of Sanskrit, the great river of the Rig Veda and the Goddess of learning. The Persians had a tendency to replace a Sanskrit ‘S’ with a Persian ‘H’, and so the word Haravaiti is actually Sarasvati.
This tendency can be seen in their word for ‘week’, hapta, which is in the Sanskrit sapta meaning week. Their name for the ‘Sun’,Hvar, is the Sanskrit Svar meaning the same. In the Avestan we find the seven rivers of the Aryan land are described as hapta hendu, an obvious corruption of sapta sindhu, the seven rivers of India. Finally there are the rivers of Iran, Haravaiti and Harayu which are the Vedic rivers of Sarasvati and Sarayu. And so if the name of Croat (Hrvat) comes from Harvat and this in turn comes from Harahvaiti, we must conclude that the source is Sarasvati.
Sarasvati is one of many words which are cognate with the Croatian language.
Med is a Croatian word meaning honey and this comes from the Sanskrit Madhu, a name for Krsna. The Russian Medvedev and the Croatian Medvjed both mean ‘honey eater’ a name for the bear and they both come from the Sanskrit Madhava, a name for Krsna which means ‘he who intoxicates like honey’. Below are some of the many similarities which are shared between the Sanskrit and Croatian language.
According to academia, the oldest recorded name Harvat, was found in the Mittani/Hurrian documents spoken by King Tusratta some 3500 years ago. In the documents he refers to his Kingdom as Huravat Ehillaku.
We should note, however, that the King who spoke this 3,500 year old inscription was a Vedic/Hindu King, Tusratta being a corruption of Dasaratha, dasa being Sanskrit for ‘ten’ and ratha Sanskrit for ‘chariot’.
King Dasaratha, according to academia, was one of many Vedic Kings who ruled the Kingdom of Mittani. The chronology of these Mittani Kings are as follows: Kirta - Suttarna - Baratarna - Parsatatar - Saustatar - Rtadharma - Suttarna II - Artashumara - Dasaratha - Mativasa - Sattuara - Vashasatta - Sattuara II.
These names are all Sanskrit/Vedic. Suttarna is Sanskrit for ‘good son’; Dasaratha is Sanskrit for ‘ten chariots’; Parsatatar is a variation of Sanskrit Parasu, ‘he who rules with the axe’; Mativasa is Sanskrit for ‘the abode of prayer’; Ritadharma is Sanskrit for ‘the law of dharma’ and Artashumara is Sanskrit for ‘the winds of righteousness’.
It is an academic fact that the Kingdom of Mittani was ruled by Vedic Kings. Here we note that the capital of Mittani was called Vasukhani. Vasu being Sanskrit for ‘wealth’ and Khani means ‘mine’ – ‘a mine of wealth’. So if the roots of Croatian civilization are intimately connected with Iran and Persia, and in particular Mittani and the Hittites, one should take into consideration the Vedic influence behind it all.
The Croatian name for God is Bog which once again comes from the Sanskrit Bhaga, meaning Bhagavan, ‘the supreme Lord’. We see a nice example of this in the capital of Iraq, Bhagdad, Bhag being the Sanskrit Bhaga and dad coming from the Sanskrit dadati meaning ‘gift’ – ‘the gift of God’. Below are more similarities between the Sanskrit and Croatian languages.
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Sunday, February 21, 2016

Gaytri mantr

गायत्री मंत्र तथा नाडी एवं चक्र प्रणाली--------

1. पृथ्वी माता तथा मानव शरीर पांच तत्वों से बने हैं.
2. ऊर्जा को तीन रुपों में यानि सतो गुण (सकारात्मक ऊर्जा), रजो गुण(नकारात्मक ऊर्जा) तथा रजो गुण (तटस्थ ऊर्जा).
3. ये सभी नाडी तथा चक्र प्रणाली द्वारा काबू होते हैं.
4. तीनों ऊर्जा को काबू करने के लिए ऊर्जा चक्रों को तत्वों के आधार पर विभाजित किया.
5. नाडी केवल रीड की हडडी वाले चक्रों में से जाती है क्योंकि वे जुडे हुए हैं. हाथ तथा पांव के चक्र अपूर्ण होते हैं क्योंकि दोनो अलग-२ हैं.
6.  इष्ट्देवी, इष्ट्देव, माता, पिता ,पति, पत्नि तथा गुरु व्यक्ति होते हैं जिन पर हम हर वस्तु के लिए निर्भर होते हैं.इसलिए ये हमसे ऊपर आते हैं.
7. बाकि सभी पांचवें चक्र में आते हैं.
8. गायत्री मंत्र महामंत्र है क्योंकि इसमें सभी चक्र आते हैं.
9. आज का गायत्री मंत्र अपूर्ण है.पूर्ण गायत्री मंत्र के लिए देखे प्राचीन भारतीय विज्ञान.

Thursday, February 18, 2016


What do markings on your palms say?
What do markings on your palms say?
Markings on your palm reveal a lot about your personality. Let us find out about what different markings mean.

2. Transverse marks

Transverse marks
A transverse line unfortunately means evil and cunning. It means that the person, even if intelligent will use his intellect for tact and deceit. Beware of such people.

3. Vertical markings

Vertical markings
If found on the mounts of fingers, vertical markings are considered to be really auspicious. The person with such markings is usually a positive person who does everyone good.

4. Vertical markings

Vertical markings
In addition, vertical markings also makes way for good friendships and business decisions between people who have them.

5. The grille

The grille
The grille, even though not an evil marking is a sign of weakness. The bearer of such a marking will often find his energies being drained out and he might be emotionally or mentally vulnerable.

6. The cross

The cross
Crosses often denote troubles, disappointment and danger and the bearer is considered to be someone with bad behaviour.

7. The cross

The cross
A person with a cross sign is also likely to indulge in superstition and the occult sciences. He might use people for his gain.

8. The star

The star
Usually a positive sign, the star marking denotes brilliance and happiness in a person's life. However, with brilliance comes a price. The bearer of this sign may sometimes have to let go off his near and dear ones on his road to fame.

9. The star

The star
A star on the mount will signify success, but it might wash away the bearer's other qualities. Tread with caution.

10. The island

The island
The Island is always a negative sign. It usually denotes a hereditary illness or heavy emotional stress.

11. The square

The square
The square is almost always a beneficial symbol. It denotes a special significance when covering an area that is experiencing turmoil, such as chained, broken or dotted lines.

12. The square

The square
In the above case, difficulties will arise (due to broken lines), but due to the presence of the square, the bearer will overcome them.

13. The circle

The circle
The circle is a rare marking in palmistry. It is usually considered evil, except if on a mount. However, if it touches other lines, it can bring misfortune to the bearer.

14. The triangle

The triangle
The triangle is a positive sign, only when found on its own, not composed of intersecting lines. It denotes mental flourish and success.

15. The triangle

The triangle
However, if found alongside a line, it will naturally take on significance dependent upon the line. The triangle brings in balance to the bearer.

16. The spot

The spot
The spot is usually a sign of a malady and may denote a chronic or life-threatening disorder.

17. The trident

The trident
The trident is a powerful sign and even eclipses all other markings! It brings in good fortune and brilliance to the bearer.

18. The tassel

The tassel
A tassel marking deteriorates with age, so it is in fact the sign of an individual's health. If the marking has suddenly become very light, it means the bearer will be struck with a life-threatening disease.

19. Drooping off shoots

Drooping off shoots
These lines depict disappointment in life. The bearer is usually depressed or unable to face challenges in life.

20. Rising off shoots

Rising off shoots
The inverse of drooping off shoots, this marking denotes inspiration, fruition, and happiness. The bearer of this sign will turn out to be charming and good with words.

21. Sister lines

Sister lines
Sister lines support the line along which they follow. Sister lines are usually guiding lines and follow the traits of the lines they are associated with. So for your sister lines to be powerful, you need to check your other lines first.

Puspak viman !! पुष्पक विमान

!! पुष्पक विमान !!

वाल्मीकीय रामायण उत्तरकाण्ड के पन्द्रहवें सर्ग में लिखा है -

देवोपवाह्यमक्षय्यं सदा दृष्टिमनःसुखम् ॥४०॥ 
बहवाश्चर्यं भक्तिचित्रं ब्रह्मणा परिनिर्मितम् । 
निर्मितं सर्वकामैस्तु मनोहरमनुत्तमम् ॥४१॥ 
न तु शीतं न चोष्णं च सर्वर्त्तुसुखदं शुभम् ॥

ब्रह्मा (विश्वकर्मा) द्वारा निर्मित विमान देवताओं का वाहन न टूटने फूटने वाला, देखने में सदा सुन्दर और चित्त को प्रसन्न करने वाला था । उसके भीतर अनेक प्रकार के आश्चर्यजनक चित्र थे । उसकी दीवारों पर नाना प्रकार के बेल बूटे बने हुये थे, जिससे उसकी विचित्र शोभा हो रही थी । सब प्रकार की अभीष्ट वस्तुओं से सम्पन्न मनोहर और परम उत्तम था । न अधिक ठंडा न अधिक गर्म, किन्तु सभी ऋतुओं में सुखदायक और मंगलकारी था ।

काञ्चनस्तम्भसंवीतं वैदूर्यमणितोरणम् ॥३८॥ मुक्ताजालप्रतिच्छन्नं सर्वकालफलद्रुमम् । 
मनोजवं कामगमं कामरूपं विहंगमम् ॥३९॥  मणिकाञ्चनसोपानं तप्तकाञ्चनवेदिकम् ॥४०॥

उस विमान के खम्भे तथा फाटक स्वर्ण और वैदूर्यमणि के बने हुये थे । वह सब ओर से मोतियों की जाली से ढ़का हुआ था । उसके भीतर ऐसे वृक्ष लगे हुये थे जो सभी ऋतुओं में फल देने वाले थे । उसका वेग मन के समान तीव्र था । यात्रियों की इच्छानुसार सब स्थानों पर जा सकता था । तथा चालक की इच्छानुसार छोटा बड़ा रूप भी धारण कर लेता था । उस आकाशचारी विमान में मणि और स्वर्ण की सी सीढ़ियां तथा तपाये हुए सोने की वेदियां बनी हुईं थीं

Thursday, February 11, 2016

प्रोटो इंडो यूरोपियन भाषा का मिथक (Myth of the Proto Indo European Language)

प्रोटो इंडो यूरोपियन भाषा का मिथक (Myth of the Proto Indo European Language)
पश्चिमी भाषावैज्ञानिक और इतिहासकारों ने यह पाया की यूनानी ,लैटिन और संस्कृत में कई समानता है और इन तीनो भाषाओ की एक ही जननी है जिसे इन्होने प्रोटो इंडो यूरोपियन यानि हिंदी में आदिम या प्राचीन हिंद यूरोपीय भाषा कहते है ।
पश्चिमी इतिहासकारों का मानना है की पश्चिम यूरोप और मध्य एशिया की सीमा के आसपास रहने वाले लोग प्रोटो इंडो यूरोपियन बोलते थे ,फिर वे लोग अलग अलग बट गए और कई अन्य भाषाओ में बदल गए और प्रोटो इंडो यूरोपियन विलुप्त हो गई । अब कई वर्ष तक संस्कृत पर काम करने के बाद भाषावैज्ञानिको ने प्रोटो इंडो यूरोपियन को दुबारा बना लिया है ,क्युकी संस्कृत अन्य आर्य भाषाओ में प्रोटो इंडो के सबसे करीबी है इसीलिए उसे चुना गया ।
पर इस सिधांत में कई खामिया है ।
सच यह है की संस्कृत ही सभी भाषाओ की जननी है और हिमालय आर्यों की जन्मभूमि ।प्रोटो इंडो यूरोपियन जैसी कोई भाषा ही नहीं है, अब जब प्रोटो इंडो यूरोपीय भाषा लुप्त हो चुकी है तो आपको कैसे पता की संस्कृत उसके सबसे करीबी है ?? और यदि प्रोटो इंडो यूरोपीय भाषा थी और संस्कृत उसके करीबी है तो प्रोटो इंडो यूरोपियन भाषा का गढ़ भारत होना चाहिए ,क्युकी पश्चिम यूरोप और मध्य एशिया की भाषाए प्रोटो इंडो से दूर है तो साफ़ है की आर्य भारत से निकले और कास्पियन सागर जो मध्य एशिया और पश्चिमी यूरोप के पास है वहा बसे ,अब उन्हें वहा पहोचने के लिए कई वर्ष लगे इसीलिए उनकी भाषाओ में कई विकृतिया आई गई और वह प्रोटो इंडो यूर्प्पियन भाषा से अलग हो गई ।

पश्चिमी इतिहासकारों को यह बिलकुल पसंद नहीं की उनके पूर्वज भारत के हो । ईसायत और इस्लाम मे उत्तर अफ्रीका से लेकर इराक तक के भाग को इश्वर का बाग़ यानी ईडन गार्डन कहा गया है जहा आदम रहा था ,और पश्चिमी इतिहासकार या तो इसाई है या मुस्लमान इसीलिए उन्होंने अफ्रीका को मानव के जन्म का स्थान बताया है ।

पश्चिमी इतिहासकार और भाषावैज्ञानिको को संस्कृत का बहोत कम ज्ञान है और कई लोगो ने तो संस्कृत में पीएचडी तक की है ,पर फिर भी संस्कृत के मामले में वे लोग पिछड़े हुए है ।
भाषावैज्ञानिको ने ऋग्वेद के द्यौस ,यूनानी ज़ीउस और रोम के जुपिटर में समानता देखि और इस निर्णय पर आये की ये तीनो एक ही शब्द से उत्पन्न हुए है ,जो की प्रोटो इंडो यूरोपियन शब्द द्येउस (Dyeus) से है और संस्कृत का द्यौस उसका सबसे करीबी है ।

प्रोटो इंडो यूरोपियन भाषा सुनने के लिए यहाँ क्लिक करे : प्रोटो इंडो यूरोपियन 

भाषावैज्ञानिको ने यह पाया की ज़ीउस ,जुपिटर और द्यौस तीनो ही देवताओ के राजा है (ग्रिफ्फित के अनुवाद अनुसार ), पर ऋग्वैदिक मंत्रो में द्यौस पिता को कही भी देवताओ का राजा नहीं कहा गया ,यह केवल भाषावैज्ञानिको का अनुमान था | यदि आप ग्रिफ्फित का ऋग्वेद का अनुवाद पड़े तो ऋग्वेद का मंडल 4 सूक्त 17 का मंत्र 4 के अनुसार द्यौस पिता इंद्र के पिता है और यदि हम आर्य समाज जामनगर  का अनुवाद पड़े इसी मंत्र का तो उसके अनुसार द्यौस का अर्थ शूरवीर है | जबकि हम दुबारा ग्रिफ्फित का अनुवाद देखे और उसमे पुरुष सूक्त देखे तो उसके अनुसार इंद्र पुरुष के नेत्र से उत्पन्न हुए है तो द्यौस पुरुष के माथे से , अर्थात इंद्र द्यौस के पुत्र नहीं ,और यदि आर्य समाज जामनगर  अनुवाद ले तो यहाँ द्यौस का अर्थ आकाश लोक है |
आर्य समाज जामनगर ,ऋग्वेद मंडल 10 सूक्त ९० मंत्र 14 

जब आर्य अभारत से बहार गए तो धीरे धीरे उन्होंने अपना नया धर्म बनाया ,प्राचीन ,फिर प्राचीन इराक यानि सुमेरिया में पुत्र अपने पिता की हत्या कर सिंहासन पर बैठने लगे, राजा द्वारा किये गए इस पाप को छुपाने के लिए कवियों ने एक कहानी गड़ी की जब देवता पापी हो जाते तो उनके पुत्र उनकी हत्या कर गद्दी पर बैठते और न्याय को सदा कायम रखते |
अब यही कहानी कई देशो में गई ,ज़ीउस ने भी अपने पिता क्रोनुस की और जुपिटर ने अपने पिता सैटर्न की हत्या की थी | पश्चिमी भाषावैज्ञानिको ने यही सोचा की द्यौस इंद्र का पिता है और इंद्र भी अपने पिता की हत्या कर देवताओ का राजा बना |
असल में यह बृहस्पति है जो यूनान में ज़ीउस बना और रोम में जुपिटर ,बृहस्पति और जुपिटर दोनों ही बृहस्पति ग्रह से जुड़े हुए है और ज़ीउस ,जुपिटर और बृहस्पति यह तीनो शब्द एक दुसरे से मिलते जुलते है ।

तो भाषावैज्ञानिको ने जिस द्यौस के आधार  पर प्रोटो इंडो यूरोपियन शब्द द्येउस (Dyeus) वह गलत है | इससे हम यह अनुमान लगा सकते है इनकी बनाई 70% भाषा गलत है |

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

10 Amazing Facts About Sanskrit That interlinks all language

With time, world has realized the importance of this ancient language. One of the oldest languages known to mankind, it's heartening to see Sanskrit finally getting the mainstream respect it deserves. Look through slide-

Move over Spanish and French. It's Sanskrit time.

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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Longest Word in any Language of the World Literature – Guinness World Record

Longest Word in any Language of the World Literature – Guinness World Record
The Guinness World Record for the longest word used in any language in the world literature is a Sanskrit compound word composed of 195 Sanskrit characters. This transliterates into more than 400 letters in the roman alphabets used by the English language. It is the longest word to ever appear in any worldwide literature.āt
Longest Word used in World Literature
Source of the world’s longest word
This word is from the Sanskrit Literary work “Varadambika Parinaya Champu” of Tirumalamba which dates back to 16th Century. Tirumalamba wrote this book describing the marriage of the king who ruled the Vijayanagar Empire then, Emperor Achyuta Deva Raya. She lived in the Vijayanagar Empire which is in modern day Karnataka State of India.
Contents and meaning of the world’s longest word

Below is the English transliteration of this word

The approximate meaning of this word is
In it, the distress, caused by thirst, to travellers, was alleviated by clusters of rays of the bright eyes of the girls; the rays that were shaming the currents of light, sweet and cold water charged with the strong fragrance of cardamom, clove, saffron, camphor and musk and flowing out of the pitchers (held in) the lotus-like hands of maidens (seated in) the beautiful water-sheds, made of the thick roots of vetiver mixed with marjoram, (and built near) the foot, covered with heaps of couch-like soft sand, of the clusters of newly sprouting mango trees, which constantly darkened the intermediate space of the quarters, and which looked all the more charming on account of the trickling drops of the floral juice, which thus caused the delusion of a row of thick rainy clouds, densely filled with abundant nectar
Bonus: Venkatanarasimharajuvaripeta in Andhra Pradesh, India is one of the Top 10 longest place names in the world. It is the 6th or 7th longest place name in the world depending on whether you prefix it with a Sri or not.
Guinness World Record for Longest Word in Literature

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Hindu Temple and the Structure of Human Body: Comparison

Hindu Temple and the Structure of Human Body: Comparison

"Everything is governed by one law. A human being is a microcosmos, i.e. the laws prevailing in the cosmos also operate in the minutest space of the human being."

Hindu Temples take their cue from the structure of Human body. The vast Hindu canonical literature on Agamic texts, Devalaya Vastu (Temple Vastu astrology) and sacred geography d...escribe the temple as a cosmic man, the 'Purusha' (cosmic man). The legend of the ‘Vastu Purusha’ states that Vastu Purusha blocked the heaven from the Earth and Lord Brahma along with many other Gods trapped him to the ground.

 The science of Vastu is believed as part of the Indian architecture. Vastu Shastra developed during the period of 6000 BC and 3000 BC and the ancient Indian text Mayamatam represents Vastu Purusha as the presiding deity for all land structure meant for temples or houses. Vastu Purusha Mandala is the metaphysical plan of a temple incorporating course of the heavenly bodies and supernatural forces. This Mandala square is divided into (8×8 =64) 64 metaphysical grids / modules or pada for temples. (For dwelling places 9x9=81 metaphysical grids / modules or pada). At this square Vastu Purusha is shown lying with his chest, stomach and face touching on the ground - his head is shown at Ishanya (north-east) and his legs shown at Nairutya (south west). The center point is known as Brahmasthana and at this vital energy point Lord Brahma presides over the temple site and protects it.

Directions in Hindu tradition are called as Disa, or Dik. There are four primary directions and a total of 10 directions: East, South-East (Agneya), West, North-West (Vayavya), North, North-East (Isanya), South, South-West (Nauritya), Zenith (Urdhva), Nadir (Adho). There are 'Guardians of the Directions' (Dikpala or Dasa-dikpala) who rule the specific directions of space.

1. North east Direction ruled by Ishanya Shiva (Load of Water) influences balanced thinking
2. East Direction ruled by Indra (Load of Solar) - influences long life
3. South east Direction ruled by Agneya or Agni (Load of Fire) (Energy Generating) influences comfort, peace, prosperity and progeny.
4. South Direction ruled by Yama (Lord of Death or Lord of Death / Damage) yields nothing but mourning, depression and pain. If this direction used properly safeguards from envy of others and cast of all evils.
5.West Direction ruled by Varuna (Load of Water / Lord of Rain) (Neptune) influences reputation, fame, prosperity and success.
6. South west Direction ruled by Nairitya - Deity Lord (Demon) Nairitya influences Protection, strength and stability
7. North west Direction ruled by Vayu or Vayavya (Load of Wind) influences peace
8. North (Kuber) - Deity Lord Kuber or Lord of Wealth (Finance) and keeper of riches influences good strength, better business sufficient in flow of money, education, industrial growth etc.
9. Center ruled by Lord Brahma (Creator of Universe)

The 'Aham Brahmasmi' ("I am Brahman. I am part of the Universe.") is the great sayings (Mahavakya) mentioned in Brihadaranyaka Upanishad 1.4.10. of Yajur Veda. The meaning is that ‘Whatever is in the Universe, is present in me’ (and ‘whatever is in me, is part of the Universe’). Indian temples represents the macrocosm of the universe and the structure of the human body represents the microcosm. Veda also says "Yatha Pinde tatha Brahmande". It means what is going on within human being is the same as what is going on in universe. According to the Tamil Saint Tirumular "our body is a temple". Here I would like to quote Stella Kramrisch:

“The vastu-purusha-mandala represents the manifest form of the Cosmic Being; upon which the temple is built and in whom the temple rests. The temple is situated in Him, comes from Him, and is a manifestation of Him. The vastu-purusha-mandala is both the body of the Cosmic Being and a bodily device by which those who have the requisite knowledge attain the best results in temple building.” (Stella Kramrisch,; The Hindu Temple, Vol. I)

The concept of chakra features in tantric and yogic traditions of Hinduism. In Yoga, Kundalini Shakti means the ‘coiled power.’ It is compared to a serpent that lies coiled while resting or sleeping.
Chakras are vital energy points (Kundalini energy) in the human anatomy, i.e. breath channels, or nadis, and the winds (vayus), that are centres of life force (prana), or vital energy. They include: 1. Muladhara, 2. Swadhisthana, 3. Manipura or manipuraka, 4. Anahata, Anahata-puri, or padma-sundara, 5. Vishuddha or Vishuddhi, 6. Ajna and 7. Sahasrara.

1. Muladhara or root chakra located at the base of the spine in the coccygeal region (governs senses). According to Vastu Mandala South-West (Nauritya) - Deity Lord (Demon) Nauritya influences protection, strength and stability.

2. Swadhisthana or Adhishthana at the lower stomach region or the sacrum of the human. Vastu direction West (Varuna) - Lord Varuna (Neptune) Lord of Water or Rain. Formation of temple tank or water bodies in South or West will influence reputation, fame, prosperity and success.

3. Manipura or Manipuraka at the digestive glands (governs digestion through pancreas and adrenal glands) of the human. Digestion involves energy of fire. Female bears navel, womb and umbilical chord. According to Vastu Mandala Lord Brahma or Lord of Creation seated on lotus flower base (Adishtana) rules this point. Cosmic Brahma bridges the cosmic human navel or life. If this point in temple should be left open, the vital energy flows and the wholeness resides with blessings and protection.

4. Anahata, Anahata-puri, or Padma-sundara located at chest (governs lungs, immune system - thymus of human being). As per Vastu Mandala Lord Vayu or Lord of Wind rules this point. This grid relates to air and regulation of air. If this grid is allowed to flow air and the peace and comfort resides.

5. Vishuddha or Vishuddhi located at the throat i.e., thyroid glands (governs sound, speech communication and sence of security of human being). Mantras chanted by cosmic humanbeing bridges with cosmic Ishanya. Comic Ishanya is represented in OM, a Pranava Mantra form. According to Vastu Mandala Lord Shiva in Ishanya form rules this grid and represents the space or Akasha. Mantras chanted here will reverberate in space. If left free from obstacles and less occupation or weight, there will be balanced power.

6. Ajna or third eye located at pineal glands or between the eye brows; the two side nadis 'Ida' (yoga) and 'Pingala' are terminating and merge with the central channel 'Sushumna' (governs higher and lower selves and trusting inner guidance of human being). As per Vastu Mandala this direction is also related to open spaces (‘Akasha’) and to the North East corner (Ishanya). The sanctum (Garbagriha or womb chamber) is recommended at this grid, the seat of the divinity.

7. Sahasrara or pure consciousness chakra located at the crown of the head - symbolized by a lotus with one thousand multi-coloured petals. According to Vastu Mandala Anja is the sanctum. The vimanam and shikara forms the space element and the currents of life ascends through the 'Brahma-randra shila' or stone slab placed at 'griva' (neck)of the vimana. The finial of the shikara of the vimanam is the grid at which unseen sahasrara located.

"Garba Gruha Sirahapoktam antaraalam Galamthatha
Ardha Mandapam Hridayasthanam Kuchisthanam Mandapomahan
Medhrasthaneshu Dwajasthambam Praakaram Janjuangeecha
Gopuram Paadayosketha Paadasya Angula Pokthaha
Gopuram Sthupasthatha Yevam Devaalayam angamuchyathe"

Meaning: Garba-griham (main sanctum) is equated with human head; antarala (vestibule) is equated with human neck; ardha - mandapam (half-hall) is compared with human chest; maha - mandapam (main hall) is equated with the stomach; flag-post is viewed along with human male organ;and gopuram or temple gateway tower is viewed along with human feet.

Chidambara Rahasya

Chidambara Rahasya

These are some wonderful surprises secrets of Nataraja temple in Chidambaram !!
(1) This temple is located on the equator at the scene of the world that is part of the right ink. (Centre Point of World’s Magnetic Equator).

(2) Of the “Pancha bootha” i.e. 5 temples, Chidambaram denotes the Skies. Kalahasthi denotes Wind. Kanchi Ekambareswar denotes land. All these 3 temples are located in a straight line at 79 degrees 41 minutes Longitude. This can be verified using Google. An amazing fact & astronomical miracle !

Of the other two temples, Tiruvanaikkaval is located at around 3 degrees to the south and exactly 1 degree to the west of the northern tip of this divine axis, while Tiruvannamalai is around midway (1.5 degree to the south and 0.5 degree to the west).

 3) Chidambaram temple is based on the Human Body having 9 Entrances denoting 9 Entrances or Openings of the body.

4) Temple roof is made of 21600 gold sheets which denotes the 21600 breaths taken by a human being every day (15 x 60 x 24 = 21600)

5) These 21600 gold sheets are fixed on the Gopuram using 72000 gold nails which denote the total no. of Nadis (Nerves) in the human body. These transfer energy to certain body parts that are invisible.

6) Thirumular states that man represents the shape of Shivalingam, which represents Chidambaram which represents Sadashivam which represents his dance !

7) “Ponnambalam ” is placed slightly tilted towards the left. This represents our Heart. To reach this, we need to climb 5 steps called “Panchatshara padi ”
“Si, Va, Ya, Na, Ma ” are the 5 Panchatshara mantras.
There are 4 pillars holding the Kanagasabha representing the 4 Vedas.

8) Ponnambalam has 28 pillars denoting the 28 “Ahamas “as well as the 28 methods to worship Lord Shiva. These 28 pillars support 64 +64 Roof Beams which denote the 64 Arts. The cross beams represent the Blood Vessels running across the Human body.

9) 9 Kalasas on the Golden Roof represent the 9 types of Sakthi or Energies.The 6 pillars at the Artha Mantapa represent the 6 types of Sashtras.The 18 pillars in the adjacant Mantapa represents 18 Puranams.

10) The dance of Lord Nataraja is described as Cosmic Dance by Western Scientists.

Amazing Similarities between Mayas and Nagas

Amazing Similarities between Mayas and Nagas !!
1. Strange co incidence: Kali Yuga 3102 BC and Maya Yuga beginning 3114 BC
2. Maya appearance: Maya people of Ce...ntral America look exactly like Manippur or Nagaland people.
3. Maya architecture resembled Pallava and South East Asian monuments
4. Justifying their name NAGAS (Sanskrit name for snake) Snake Symbol is found every wherein Naga buildings.
5. “Maya”– was the divine architect in Hindu mythology. Justifying the name Maya, we see a lot of huge buildings in the Maya countries Mexico, Honduras, Belize and Guatemala.
6. 1000 pillar mandap is mentioned in Vedas and it is found in Madurai and other places. We hear about 1000 pillar mandap in Chichen Itza at the tip of Yucatan peninsula.
7.Patchouli is a game played by both Mayas and Indians
8.Tamil word catamaran is used in Mexico, where Mayas flourished for centuries.
9. Migration Route: Sri Lanka-South East Asia—Central America—South America was the Nga migratory route. All these places are called Naka Loka (Nagaland) in Tamil and Sanskrit literature.
Indus river port Patala was used for travel to the countries down below Indian peninsula and so they were called Patala Loka.
10. Nagas are mentioned in Vedas ( Pancavimsa Brahmana–iv.9,4 ) and they are an ancient race
11. Nagas in Nala Damayanthi story in Mahabharata and Sangam Tamil literature mention special type of clothes made by the Nagas.
12. Over twenty Naga poets composed Tamil poems which were in the Tamil Sangam anthology.
13. Sri Lanka Nagas and SE Asia Nagas freely mingled with Non Naga races. Agastya Rishi married a Naga princes by name Yasomati in South East Asia. Rig Vedic Agastya was different who married Lopamudra, a princess of Vidharba.( Vedic civilization spread far south beyond Vidharba during Rig Vedic days. This explodes the Westerner’s myth of Aryan-Dravidian divisions).
14.Mahabharata period Nagas married their women to Arjuna (Ulupi and Chitrangatha) One of them is a Tamil also known as Miss Alli Rani.
15. Lord Krishna was Anti Naga and Indra was Pro Naga, according to Hindu scriptures.
16. Krishna’s two clashes with Nagas: Khandava Vana (Gondwana land) and Kaliya Marthan (dancing on the head of a snake)
17. Arjuna’s grandson Parikshit’s assassination culminated in the migration of Nagas outside India.
18. Janamejayan’s massacre was stopped by the good offices of Astika and Jaratkaru.
19.Brahmin’s peace deal was worked out on the banks of Narmadha (Mahismati) and Brahmins remember this every day in their Sandhyavandana Mantra.
20. The Padma Purana says of the seven infernal regions Mahatala, Rasatala and Patala are occupied by Nagas and Danavas. The suffix ATL in many Naga names may be ATALA.
21. Paramapatha Sopana Patam/picture is a Snake and Ladder game played by Tamils and Telugus, where in all the Naga leader pictures are drawn.
22.Ophir—Oviyar— Chitra—Painter– is another name of Nagas. Probably they wore Tattoos of snakes on their bodies. Ophites (snake worshippers) is mentioned in Greek literature. Hippolytus and Clement of Alexandria mention this sect.
Sarpa Rakja (Rani) is mentioned in Pancha Vimsa Brahmana. Aligi and Viligi are mentioned in Atharva Veda. Aligi and Viligi are found in Sumerian clay tablets. They may be Nagas/Mayas. Probably Krishna devotees wanted to ridicule them by depicting them as snakes with their names written. When one reaches a snake square by rolling the dices, the player gets negative points and go to the bottom of the board.
23. American born Swami B. V. Tripurari asks, “What mysterious psychological law would have caused Asians, and Americans to both use the umbrella as a sign of royalty, to invent the same games, imagine similar cosmologies, and attribute the same colours to the different directions?”
Hindus and Mayas use umbrella as a royal symbol which is mentioned in Sangam Tamil literature and Sanskrit literature in thousands of places.
Hindus, Jains, Buddhists attribute four different colours to East, South, West and North. Mayas follow it.Maya colours :East-red, South- yellow, West- black, North- white. It is slightly different from Buddhists and Hindus. Shiva’s five faces are attributed with colours. Buddhists colours for directions was even mentioned by a Muslim traveller like Albiruni. Mahabharata attributes four colours for four Yugas (white,yellow,red and black).
23.Sanskrit Names for Towns: Guatemala =Gauthama alaya; Tiwanaku= Deva Naga;Tikal=Trikala,Teotihuachan=Deva Takshan,Mitla=Mithila, Orinoco= Ori Nagan, Machu Pichu= Macha Pucham (exactly looking like fish wall. There is one more place with the same name in the Himalayas/Nepal, Jaina Island, Mani, Copan= Sopana,Cholula=Chola,Aryballus= Arya Bala, Chetumal=Ketumala Dwipa=Guatemala,Aztec=Astika (Rishi who saved Nagas). Loads of Sanskrit and Tamil names can be derived by a patient researcher. We can justify it by observing waves of migrations. Tula, Yacatehctli (Yaga Deva Thali) Yaxchilan (Yaksha Seelan) also sound like Sanskrit names.
24. Over seventeen Egyptian kings who lived 3500 years ago had the same title Ramses.It may be Rama Seshan (Vishnu) or Ramesan (Shiva). Egyptian pharaohs Ramses heads are decorated with snake like Lord Shiva’s head. Vishnu had it (snake Adi Seshan) as his bed.
25. Swastika, elephant, lotus: Hindu motifs lotus, Swastika and elephant are found in Maya sculptures. Americas have not got elephants. Millions of years ago mammoths only roamed American north.
26. Maya God Quetza coatl (Plumed Serpent) may be a distorted word meaning Garuda Sathru (enemy of eagle).
27. Fire is Born: One of the kings who ruled around 378 AD is translated as Fire is born. Draupadi, Rajashani Chauhans and Cheras and Velirs of Tamil Nadu say that they were are Fire born. They belong to Agni Kula. Nagas may belong to Agni kula.
28. The Maya king who ruled around 700 AD is called Kan Maxx which is nothing but Maha Nakan/ great snake (Kan is snake in Mayan language, Na(kan), Maxx is Maha)
Palenque (Tamil word Palingu): One of the town names is Palengue. There is a stone temple which looks like marble temple. Palingu is a Tamil word for Marble, Mirror, Crystal etc. Ther eis no doubt that Tamil Nagas also were part of the migration. One of the twenty Tamil Naga poets is Maruthan Ila Nagan who has contributed a lot.
29.The very script of Mayas is round which looks like Palalva Grantha.

Monday, February 1, 2016

Indian mathmatics


The Shulba Sutras or Śulbasūtras (Sanskrit śulba: "string, cord, rope") are sutra texts belonging to the Śrauta ritual and containing geometry related to fire-altar construction.

The Shulba Sutras are part of the larger corpus of texts called the Shrauta Sutras, considered to be appendices to the Vedas. They are the only sources of knowledge of Indian mathematics from the Vedic period. Unique fire-altar shapes were associated with unique gifts from the Gods. For instance, "he who desires heaven is to construct a fire-altar in the form of a falcon"; "a fire-altar in the form of a tortoise is to be constructed by one desiring to win the world of Brahman" and "those who wish to destroy existing and future enemies should construct a fire-altar in the form of a rhombus".

The four major Shulba Sutras, which are mathematically the most significant, are those attributed to Baudhayana, Manava, Apastamba and Katyayana. Their language is late Vedic Sanskrit, pointing to a composition roughly during the 2000bce  The oldest is the sutra attributed to Baudhayana, possibly compiled around 3500BCE while the youngest content may date to about 2000BCE.

Vedas against meat eaters

Aditya Agnihotri's photo.सहमूराननु दह क्रव्यादः । अथर्ववेद् ८.३.१८
O' Agni! You burn down all those idiots to ashes who consume corpse (non vegetarian) foods. - AtharvaVeda.
हे अग्नि ! तू माँसाहारी मूर्खों को जला दे ।
May I be dear to all animals (Atharva 16.71.4)
2) May you eat rice (Vrihi); may you eat barley (Yava), also black
beans (Mdsa) and Sesamum (Tila). This is the share aloted to both of you for happy results, 0 you two teeth (dantau), may you not
injure the father and mother. (Atharva - 6-140-2)
3) Do not kill any of the Creatures. (Yaju. L 1)
4) Do not kill the horse. (Yaju. 13.42)
5) Do not kill quadrupeds. (Yak. 13.44)
6) Do not kill wool-giving animals. (Yak. 13.47)
7) Not kill human beings (Yak. 16.3)
8) May you be illumined by the mighty rags of knowledge and may
you not kill the cow, the aditi (Yaju.13.43)
9) Do not kill a cow but treat her as Mother. (Yaju.12.32)

Aditya Agnihotri's photo.Shri Ram is not Shri Ram without arms and ammunition, Shri Krishna is not Shri Krishna without Sudarshan Chakra, Shri Parshuram is not Shri Parshuram without his Parshu

Did you know that Shri Parashurama is immortal and will reappear as the Guru of Shri Vishnu's 10th avatar Kalki?
He is the only one apart from Ravana's son Indrajit to possess the three ultimate weapons: the Brahmanda astra, Vaishnava astra and Pashupatastra.
Probably these three celestial weapons will be used to target and wipe clean all Adharmics from the face of this earth