Showing posts with label ASHOKA. Show all posts
Showing posts with label ASHOKA. Show all posts

Friday, October 24, 2014


Sanatana Dharma's photo.
Sanatana Dharma's photo.Sanatana Dharma's photo.
The dharmacakra is one of the oldest known Buddhist symbols found in Indian art, appearing with the first surviving post-Harappan Indian iconography in the time of the Buddhist king "ASHOKA"

In Buddhism, the parts of the dharm...acakra also represent:Each spoke represents a portion of the Noble Eightfold Path including
Right beliefs
Right aspirations
Right speech
Right conduct
Right livelihood
Right effort
Right mindfulness
Right meditational attainment
Sanatana Dharma's photo.
 According to Hindu religion, Puranas mentioned that only 24 Rishis wielded the whole power of the Gayatri Mantra. These 24 rishi in Himalayas are represented through the 24 letters of Gayatri Mantra. The all the 24 spokes of Dharmachakra are representation of all these 24 rishi of Himalayas in which Vishvamitra is first and Yajnavalkya is last who governs the religion (Dharma).
24 Spokes of Dharmachakra according Hindu religion:
1. Love
2. Courage
3. Patience
4. Peacefulness
5. Magnanimity
6. Goodness
7. Faithfulness
8. Gentleness
9. Selflessness
10. Self-Control
11. Self Sacrifice
12. Truthfulness
13. Righteousness
14. Justice
15. Mercy
16. Gracefulness
17. Humility
18. Empathy
19. Sympathy
20.Spiritual Knowledge
21. Moral Values
22. Spiritual Wisdom
23. The Fear of God
24. Faith or Belief or Hope

In INDIAN FLAG, the dharmachakra of ashoka chakra is placed!! with 24spoke, each refering to the 24 letter's of "GAYATRI MANTRA"

Wednesday, September 24, 2014


Aryavart's photo.TRUTH OF EVIL EMPEROR ASHOKA - SO CALLED GREAT propogated by so called Secularist and Indian historians . He hated Hindu dharma and never followed any method ... but after conversion to Buddhism he became ...a cruel monster and killed hindus and Jainas alike.

[The Buddhists texts record the murder by so called Emperor Ashoka. There were Two Ashoka's one was king and one Emperor , here we speak of the Emperor Ashoka ]

He killed more than 100 of his half brothers to come to power and the Baudha text Divyavadan tells that Ashoka killed 12,000 Jain monks being angry by idol of Buddha touching feet of Mahavira (as his guru though the same is admitted by Bauddha texts). Mass killings of innocent peaceful monks was termed as shunning of violence by adoption of Buddhism.

Ashok after converting to Buddhism did not turn to vegetarianism. He only restricted the number of animals to be killed for the royal kitchen.


 Ashoka the 'Great'. Here is his 'Greatness':

1. In Kalinga war, he killed 60,000 NON-COMBATANTS incl. pregnant women. Took 80,000 slaves incl non-combatants .
2. In rebellion in Upper Magadha, he put all surrendered rebel villagers to death (rebel against 75% taxation!!!).
3. He usurped the throne by killing all his half brothers 100 in numbers.
4. He would order chopping off hands for women committing adultery (not men though).
5. He killed a sweeper after deep torture for 'appearing in his dreams in arrogance'.
6. When he defeated Greeks, Seleucus had 15,000 men and he had 150,000. Seleucus ran and returned with 35,000 men and took back territory. Historians say so much about his story of the first victory!!!
7. His common way of disposing off enemies was by "starvation" and "death by exhaustion".
8. In the Kherevela war, he punished 12,000 women who refused to submit to his authority .... to by "death by thirst".