Thursday, November 28, 2013

Significance of Havan (Homam) with Scientific experiments




#AIUFO - Hinduism- the oldest living religion in the world- strongly believes in eradicating inner as well as outer imperfections by destroying undesirable elements and enriching positive energies in the environment.

To attain the goal of energizing and protecting the inner self and environment, Hinduism has given a significant place to havan/ homam, which is said to be created by Lord Brahma for man’s livelihood & the attainment of his desires.

Havan is a sacred purifying ritual performed by Hindu pundits in temples, homes and working places by involving a sacred fire, Agni God because Hinduism is well aware of the fact that the Sun is the main source of energy and a fire is a representation of the Sun’s energy. As per ancient Hindu texts on havans, any offering to Fire (Agni God) is actually an offering to the Sun. Offerings such as ghee, rice, dry fruits, honey, herbs, wood etc are offered to the sacred fire while reciting Sanskrit mantras.

#Very_Important => Scientific Experiments with Agnihotra

Agnihotra Effect on Bacterial Population

A preliminary experiment was carried out to study the effect of Agnihotra on the bacterial population in a room where Agnihotra was performed. For this study, two rooms of equal dimensions (13¼’ x 8’ x 11’) were selected. In both rooms fire was prepared from dried cowdung cakes in copper pyramids and the basal reading of number of microorganisms in both the rooms was taken by exposing blood agar plates at four corners of the room for 10 minutes. This was done exactly half an hour before Agnihotra time. Agnihotra was performed exactly at sunset in one of the rooms. Bacterial counts were taken again in both the rooms in a similar manner at half hour intervals. Thus readings were taken in both the rooms up to two hours after performance of Agnihotra. It was quite interesting to note that microbial counts in the room where Agnihotra was performed were reduced by 91.4% whereas the room where only fire was generated did not show appreciable changes in the microbial counts. This leads one to think that it was the process of Agnihotra which was responsible for the reduction of bacterial counts and not the mere presence of fire.

Two other similar experiments revealed similar findings. The phenomenon could be explained by giving two reasons:

- Agnihotra fumes are rich in formaldehyde and other substances which have inhibitory effect on microorganisms.

- A phenomenon like smog formation and its diffusion in the upper strata might be a likely postulation.

In the regions of North and South poles, many times, carbon particles accumulate to form a layer called “smog”. When fire is lit the hot currents push the smog into the upper strata and it is diffused in such a way that the carbon particles are no longer harmful in the residual concentration. In the present study perhaps
Agnihotra fumes might have dissociated the microorganisms in such a way that the residual population was no more harmful and was well within tolerable limit to human beings.

#AIUFO

Hari OM

Shiva Statue at CERN and LHC , Particle physics Lab in Switzerland

Shiva statue at CERN and the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) at CERN Particle Physics Lab in Switzerland.


The Dance of Shiva and Sub Atomic Particles

Lord Shiva veritably presided over the world’s largest experiment as scientists today sent the first beam of protons zooming at nearly the speed of light around the world’s most powerful particle accelerator at the CERN laboratory near Geneva in search of the 'God particle'.

Next to the 2 M. statue of the dancing Shiva or Nataraj at the European Center for Research in Particle Physics in Geneva is a plaque that explains the connection: "It is the clearest image of the activity of God which any art or religion can boast of" ... "Hundreds of years ago, Indian artists created visual images of dancing Shivas in a beautiful series of bronzes. In our time, physicists have used the most advanced technology to portray the patterns of the cosmic dance. The metaphor of the cosmic dance thus unifies ancient mythology, religious art and modern physics." Shiva may be the lord of destruction in Hindu mythology, but it's not the end of the world as some naysayers predicted about this big-bang experiment.

A special plaque next to the Shiva statue at CERN explains the significance of the metaphor of Shiva's cosmic dance with several quotations from The Tao of Physics. Here is the text of the plaque:

Ananda K. Coomaraswamy, seeing beyond the unsurpassed rhythm, beauty, power and grace of the Nataraja, once wrote of it "It is the clearest image of the activity of God which any art or religion can boast of."

"Modern physics has shown that the rhythm of creation and destruction is not only manifest in the turn of the seasons and in the birth and death of all living creatures, but is also the very essence of inorganic matter," and that "For the modern physicists, then, Shiva's dance is the dance of subatomic matter."

"Hundreds of years ago, Indian artists created visual images of dancing Shivas in a beautiful series of bronzes. In our time, physicists have used the most advanced technology to portray the patterns of the cosmic dance. The metaphor of the cosmic dance thus unifies ancient mythology, religious art and modern physics.

Particle Physics in Veda



It has become a tradition to believe that science originated in the Greek con-federation. Not only this, they take Dalton as the pioneer. The great Indian sages working scientifically and logically awakened their rtambhara prajHd (purest intellect). not only to propound the philosophy about the self, but also to prescribe the proper technology to achieve the desired aim. In this pursuit, they did not ignore the study of the world of outside, but their enquiries were confined to the fields which helped them to understand self.

Maharshi Kanada (महर्षि कणाद) is associated with the atomic theory.

The smallest state of matter is Parmanu (atom) and the largest state is called ‘mahat‘ (self sense). So he considered atom to be indivi¬sible, a point source, without magnitude, a concept nearer the Boyles’ concept. It has potentialities which come into play when it is combined with others. Before be-coming manifest in the form of matter, atoms make primary combinations to make diads and triads.

Maharshi Charaka (महर्षि चरक) postulated that ”atom is the smallest particle of matter and air and action (energy) are responsible for the combination and separation of atoms”.

Ashtanga Sharira believes that active air is responsible for the combination and separation of atoms. On breaking the matter it goes on breaking into smaller particles until we reach a point where further sub-division is not possible. Such state is known as the atomic state. Nyayas believes that the atoms of earth, water, fire and air are different from one another. They are spherical in natures. Since they have a shape, they can combine with other atoms around’ them.

Now,

[Dalton's atomic theory states that matter consists ultimately of indivisible, discrete particles (atoms), and the atoms of the same element are identical. Chemical action takes place as a result of attractions between these atoms, which combine in simple proportions ]

Vaisesika takes atom as the cause, but Vyas considers atoms to be action and as such believes that they can be further sub-divided, a concept which is much nearer the modern concept of atom.

Some Buddhist thinkers conceive of atom as the minutest particle capable of occupying space (Van der Waal’s concept). According to them it also remains for the minutest duration of time, coming into being and vanishing almost in an instant only to be succeeded by another atom caused by the first. This concept resembles Planck’s quantum theory.

Buddhists and Ajivikas believe that in normal condition, no atom exists by itself; rather they exist in a variety of combinations Samghata or Kalapa.

Every unit of combination contains one atom of all the four types of elements (they do not take “Akasha” as an element) and obtains its character from the predominance of an elemental character. This accounts for the fact that matter shows characteristics of more than one element. Thus, wax may melt and also burn, because it is a samghata of elements of water and fire. The elements cohere in a samghata by virtue of the atoms of water acting as an adhesive.

According to Jain concept of pudgal (matter) ” many atoms combine together to make a skanda (compound) which is matter joined together. The attributes of each atom when combined together go to make the attributes of the compound. These pudgal (atoms) are called skanda (compound) as long as they are held together by their binding power. The composition and the distribution of these skandas depend on their binding power and power of differentiation (bheda Sakti) which are of six types, viz, gross, grosser, very gross, subtle, subtler and very subtle. These atoms are perennial, but still they can be created and consumed”.

Very gross (Ati-Sthula: अति स्थूल): – Those substances that do not recombine by themselves after separation, e.g. wood, stone.

Gross (sthula: स्थूल) — Those substances that recombine after separation, e.g. water, milk, oil, etc.

Gross-subtle (sthula-sukshma: स्थूल-सुक्ष्म) – Those that appear to be gross but cannot be held, e.g. shadow, darkness.

Subtle-subtle (sukshma-sukshma: सुक्ष्म-सुक्ष्म) — Those which are subtle but appear to be gross, e.g. taste, smell, touch, etc.

Subtle (sukshma: सुक्ष्म) — lose that cannot be felt by the body, e.g. karma.

Very subtle (ati-sukshma: अति-सुक्ष्म) – Those that are smaller than karma vary minute aggregate (dusnuk skandha).

ATOM FROM VEDA TO DATE

The Greek philosopher Democritus developed a concept of atom which was later revised by Dalton in 1803 to account for the observation that elements combine in certain definite proportions by weight. The Daltonian atom was very much different from the version of Democritus, but essentially the same as that developed by Kanada in India in 600 B.C. From the writings of the first European Greek Hesiod about the evolution of earth, it appears that even in the ninth century B.c. Greek thoughts were very much in line with those in India.

Wicken writes that “The science never got any final answer for what matter is” but proceeds through a tension of empirical facts and theoretical concept to pro – gressively more powerful and general ways of explaining its behaviour.”

An answer to all these questions was given by the Vedas long back.

Life, Matter and Universe :

In recent years scientists of many disciplines have devoted considerable attention to the study of the relation of life with matter Virtually all these studies are based on the assumption that life is a manifestation of matter. These scientists postulated a primordial chemical soup of small and simple molecules and they imagined that in the course of time under the influence of chance and mechanical laws, life generated itself from the atoms and molecules.

Copernicus, Galileo, Kepler and Newton were pioneers in the study of gross material phenomena, such as planetary motions. Among the more enthusiastic ones, the French scientist Pierre de Laplace believed that the universe was made of atomic particles.

He claimed that for a given position and velocity of these particles, he could at least in principle calculate the entire past and future of the universe. To under-stand all the natural phenomena and the relationships existing between life, matter and universe a scientist should involve himself in nothing but a study of the simple pushes and pulls between particles. One might well wonder whether mere pushes and pulls can be solely responsible for all the diverse aspects of the world and ourselves that we experience in Iife.

Atomic Structure:

The Vedic seers tried to symbolise the various attributes of matter in terms of individuals, e.g. heat, energy and radiations represented by Agni, light by Surya, lightning by Apsara, electricity by Indra, etc. Satapatha, Susruta, Taittiriya and other treatise, visualised the whole world as composed of two basic elements, viz. Agni and Some. These were represented by different names as the two Asvins. Mitta and Varuna, Ravi and Prana, Brahma and Ksatra, the horses of Indra and Aditi. This thought became so much prevalent in ancient India that it was mentioned in later Sanskrit books of secterian type.

The attributes of Asvins which pervade everything are given as rasa and jyoti which are again identical with Agni and Soma. They are described as carry {possessing different and opposite characters), sakhya (friends of having attraction for each other) and ultimate elements of the world.

Similarly, Mitra and Varuna - Brahma and Ksatra,Rayi and Prana are identical with Soma and Agni. Aditi is identical with matter and its two-fold character suggests that it is composed of only two basic elements. Soma has come out of Aditi(matter).

The dual character of matter in later times assumed the character of good or evil. Day and night and was symbolised by sun and moon which in their turn are again Agni and Soma.Agni and Soma are related to the two horses of Indra and their power.

Electricity is identified with Indra. Nighunta has given vidyut (electricity), thunderbolt, Pani and Kulisa as the names of indra’s weapons which are all identical with electricity.

It is apparent from the above that the two basic elements of matter are the two types of electrical chargesls which are opposite in character, but attract each other.

Rig Veda uses pariyaman (going round according to Sayana : सायणाचार्य) for Indra, which means that the charge in moving around in space like planets and sun.

Words like Samyuja and sankyuja (well joined and joined together) indicate that it refers to modern proton cemented to the nucleus. Mitra and Varuna and As’vins are related to north and south,

Atharva Veda states that Agni is related to north (positive) and Soma to south (negative), North is magnetic, warm, positive and masculine. It attracts electricity from south. South is electrical, cold, negative and feminine. External is negative and internal is positive. South is most negative, but north is most positive. The unit of positive eiectricity is more massive than the unit of negative electricity.

Rudra is the god of electricity. It is known as the father of maricis, which are also known as maruts. They are known to be electrical in nature and produce magnetic field in the north-east direction.

All that has been said can be summarized as follows:

1. The ultimate particle of matter is composed of two basic elements.

2. Each of these elements is electrical in nature.

3. The two types of electricity have opposite character, but they attract each other.

4. Electricity is positive and negative.

5. The unit of negative electricity is much lighter than the unit of positive electricity.

6. The lighter negative charge goes around the positive charge like planets or the solar system.

7. The negative charge produces magnetism when going around the positive charge.

ATOM FROM VEDA TO DATE.

It is clear from the above presentation that thinkers in India as far back as the Vedic era had gained clear insight into such complex problems as the nature and structure of matter, atomic structures and relationship between fife and matter.

The hypotheses propounded by sages of Vedic. Buddhist and Jain periods regarding elements, atomic structure, energy and related aspects are seen to align closely with those put forth in western countries by various thinkers of modern times.

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

World's first Geography Book - Shri Vishnu Puran

World's first Geography Book - Shri Vishnu Puran (ENGLISH)





Yeah ! the written description of the earth can be seen in the Vishnu Purana ... Vishnu Purana was writen by Great Rishi Parashar on knowledge passed on to many gennerations before him ! ....

It is very important and ancient mythology . In mythology, ghosts , etc. The magnitude of the sky , the sea , the magnitude of the sun , mountain , Dewatadi origin , manvantra , Eon - Department devarsi and royal sages of all religions and is a vivid description of the character . The location is very high in Mahapuranon Ashtads Srivishnupuran . Other topics in geography , astrology , rituals , Dynasty and Krishna - very unique and vivid descriptions of character , etc., have been Prnsgon .

Here Lord Krishna himself says Srimukse expressed its integrity with Mahadev -

" Maya Tdduttmkiln Twya Ydbyn Duttn .
मत्तोविभिन्नमात्मानं Sङkr Draushtumrhsi .
Yohn 's Jagchchedn Sdewasurmanusm Twain .
Mtto Nanydseshn Jञatumiharhsi Yttttwan .
अविद्यामोहितात्मानः Bhinndrshinः Purusha .
Vndti Bedn Pshynti Chavyorntrn all . "

Currently , there are seven thousand verses in this Purana . The number twenty-three thousand verses is described in many texts . Vishnu Purana five symptoms or Varny mythology - themes - Canto , Pratisrg , ancestry , manvantra and describes Vanshanucrit . All subjects were mentioned proportioned . Between - spirituality - interpretation , etc. Klikarm and virtue is highlighted .

These are described in the following sections -

1 . East part - first degree
2 . Former Part - II part
3 . Ex Part - Third Part
4 . East part - part IV
5 . East part - fifth degree
6 . East part - the sixth degree
7 . Sequel

Short description of all the parts here but I do not want to ... The reason the article is likely to be extremely long ... But in terms of the subject matter of the article "Ex Part - II degree " would like to introduce .... Rishi Parashar islands in this part of the earth , continents , oceans , mountains , and the details of the Earth's total land area ...

The Vishnu Purana describes Maitreya Rishi Rishi Parashar are Mr thousand years He also can not describe it . It is only a very brief description . We can make out that its greatness and breadth ...

Vishnu Purana men who read and listen with devotion and respect , they are both here in my hopes Vishnulok Bhogkr enjoyment .

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According to Rishi Parashar The earth is divided into seven continents ... ( Ie in modern times it is divided into 7 Continents - Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia)

Rishi Parashar are the names of the continents -

1 . Jambudvipa
2 . Plkshdweep
3 . Shalmldweep
4 . Kushdweep
5 . Kruncdweep
6 . Shakdweep
7 . Pushkrdweep

These seven brackish waters around the island respectively , varied fluids are surrounded by oceans and freshwater . These islands are made one after the other, surround , and surround them are the seven seas . Jmbudvip is located in the middle of it .
The detailed description of these Jmbudvip get ... This is our India ...

Jmbudvip is located in the middle of all the islands . Golden Sumeru Mountain is located in the middle of the island . Its height is eighty-four thousand purpose and hand it down several thousand sixteen scheme has been entered into the earth . The expansion plan is in the top thirty-two thousand , and the bottom is only sixteen thousand scheme . The mountain lotus Karnika This is similar to the ones of the earth .

Himwan south of Sumeru , called Nishadh year Hemkut and mountains , which are part of different years . Nile north of Sumeru , white and horn are Warsprwat . They extend to the Nishadh and Neil are a million purposes . White Mountains are scattered and ninety nine thousand Hemkut purpose . Horn eighty and eighty thousand are scattered Himwan purpose .
The first year in south India is known as Mount Meru , the second and third Kimpuruswars is Hriwars . The south Rmykwars , Hirnyamywars and the third Uttrkuruwars . Uttrkuruwars archipelago arched like India is being exceeded .

In all, nine thousand extend the scheme annually . Ilavritwars in the middle of all that is around nine thousand purpose of Sumeru mountain is cast . And four mountains around it , which Ishwarikrit Kilian , which holds that Sumeru ,

These mountains are as follows : -

East mandarachal
South Gandmadn
Prolific in the West
In reply Suparshw

These are ten thousand higher purpose . Dwajaon these same mountains Kadamb respectively , Jmbu , pipal and banyan trees. Jmbu these trees due to the name of the island has had Jmbudvip . Jmbu river called the river flows . Drinking water is not her age or Indriykshy . Minare that the clay ( mud ) from the get-go juice Jmbund called on the drying of gold jewelery is made as Siddhpuruson .

Bdrashwwars Mount Meru in the East , and West is Ketumalvrsh . In between these two is Ilavritwars . Thus Catrrth the east side , south side Gndhmadn , Vabraj westward and northward to the forest called Elysium . And always Arunod Sevniy gods , Mahabdra , Asitod and psyche - these are the four lake .

To the east of Meru

Shitamb ,
Lily ,
Tern ,
Malywan ,
Vawank etc. mountains .

In the south of Meru

Trikoot ,
Winter ,
Kite ,
Ruck
And nishad etc. mountains .

North of Meru

Shankkut ,
Rishabh ,
Hans ,
Snake
And Kalnj mountains .

Located south of the Himalayas in the north and India to the sea . The purpose of this extension is nine thousand . Karma is going to get it Apwarg heaven . There are seven Kulprwat : Mahendra , Malay , tolerance , Shuktiman , Cynosure , Vindhya and Pariatr .

Nine parts of India :

Indradweep ,
Ksseru ,
Tamrparn ,
Gbstiman ,
Nagdweep ,
Benign ,
Gandharvas
And Warun , and the ninth of the island is surrounded by sea .

This is prepration thousand island from north to south . Here are four characters who live in the middle . Stdru and Himalayan Chandra Bhaga rivers , etc. , etc. Pariatr memory of Veda and the Narmada and the Vindhya Sursa etc. , Tapi , Pyoshni and ऋcshygiri Nirvindya etc. are ejected . Godavari , Bimrthy , Krishnveni , endurance mountain ; Kritmala and to Mlyacl Tamrparni etc. , from Mahendragiri and ऋsikulya Awankumari Trisama and Arykulya etc. etc. Shuktiman mountain rivers that came from . These are the Shsron branches and Tributaries .

On the banks of these rivers Kuru , Panchal , Mdyaadi countries ; east of the country and Kamrup ; Pundr , Kalinga , Magadha and Dkshinaty people , Aprantdeshwasi , Surashtrgn , Taha dog , Abir and Arbudgn , Karus , Malavas and Pariatr resident ; Suvir , Sndhav , Hun ; Shalv , twist and Mdra inhabitants , comfort , Ambsht and Parsis are the stars . India around the same age , and not elsewhere . The purpose of this Jambudvipa million out of the salt water from the sea around the hoop is annular . The purpose of the extension is a million Jambudvipa .

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Plkshdweep description -

Plkshdweep Jambudvipa is twice the detail . Plksh there is a huge tree in the middle . The owner Medhatithi have seven sons . These were :
Shanthy ,
Winter ,
Sukhoday ,
Anand ,
Shiva ,
Kshemk ,
Pole .

India is also the same as that of the island's seven sons were divided into seven regions , which were placed on the same names : Shanthywars , etc. .

These limits are part of the Seven Mountains :

Onyx ,
Chandra ,
Narada ,
Dundubhi ,
Points out Somak ,
Sumana
And Vabraj .

These rivers are Smudragamini Anutpta seven years , Shiki , vipasha , Tridiwa , Aclma , Amrita and Sukrita . Besides Shsron small mountain rivers . These people have neither increased nor diminished . Tretayaug always remain the same. Aryk four races , Kurur , respectively Vidishy and future Brahmins, Kshatriyas , Vaishyas and the Shudras . Here the magnitude of Jambu tree Plksh ( Pakd ) tree. The island is named the same as above .

Ikshurs Plkshdweep the ocean is surrounded by its own magnitude .

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Describe Shalml Island

Vpusman Virvr the owner of the island . His seven sons :
White ,
Green ,
Zimut ,
Rohit ,
Electrical ,
Psyche
Snjञanusar Suprb names and the names of its seven parts . Expand your daubly Ikshurs ocean around the island is surrounded by Shalml . The seven mountains are seven major rivers and seven years .

The continent
Lily ,
Advanced ,
Blahk ,
Dronachal ,
Kankah ,
Mahis ,
Kkudman called the Seven Mountains .

In this continent -
Vagina ,
Toya ,
Disdain ,
Chandra ,
Vimukta ,
Vimocni
The seven rivers and retirement .

Here -
White ,
Green ,
Zimut ,
Rohit ,
Electrical ,
Psyche
And called Suprb seven years .

Here -
Kapil ,
Arun ,
Icterine
And Krishna are the four characters .

The Shalml ( Seml ) is a very large tree . From his double span the continent is surrounded by Surasmudra .

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Description of Sage Island

Jyotishman Virvr the owner of the island .

His seven sons :
Udbhid ,
Venuman ,
Varth ,
Lmbn ,
Tenure ,
Prabhakar ,
Kapil

Snjञanusar names are the names of its seven parts . Daubly wines ranging from the ocean around the island is surrounded by grass . The seven mountains are seven major rivers and seven years .

Montane
Coral ,
Hemsul ,
Dyutiman ,
Pushpwan ,
Kusheshy ,
Hari
The seven mountains and Mnderacl .

Rivers -

Dhutpapa ,
Shiva ,
Holy ,
Consent ,
Power ,
Amba
The seven rivers and MHI .

Seven years -

Udbhid ,
Venuman ,
Varth ,
Lmbn ,
Tenure ,
Prabhakar ,
Named Kapil seven years .

Characters -

Dmi ,
Sushmi ,
Affection
And Mndeh the four characters .

The Sage is a very large tree . The equivalent of our own continent surrounded by ocean is filled with fluid .

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Description of heron island -

Dyutiman Virvr the owner of the island .

His seven sons :

Efficient ,
Mndg ,
Hot,
Pivr ,
Andkark ,
Muni
Snjञanusar Dundubhi names and the names of its seven parts . The seven mountains are seven major rivers and seven years .

Montane

Heron ,
Dwarf ,
Andkark ,
Mare same jewelly Swahini Mountain Home ,
Diwavrit ,
Pundrikwan ,
Mahaprwat
Dundubhi called the Seven Mountains .

Rivers -

Gauri ,
Kumudwati ,
Evening ,
Night ,
Mnijwa ,
Cshanti
The seven rivers and Pundrika .

Seven years -

Efficient ,
Mndg ,
Hot,
Pivr ,
Andkark ,
Muni and
Dundubhi .

Characters -

Pushkar ,
Pushkal ,
Blessed
And Tishy the four characters .

The equivalent of your own island surrounded by the sea is filled with fluid . The island is surrounded by ocean from your herb twice the span .

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Shakdweep description -

Virvr owner of the island was gorgeous .

His seven sons :

Nimbus ,
Kumar ,
Sukumar ,
Mrichk ,
Kusumod ,
Mudaki
Snjञanusar Mahadrum names and the names of its seven parts .

The seven mountains are seven major rivers and seven years .

Montane

East ,
Cistern ,
Rawatk ,
Shyam ,
West ,
Ambikey
The seven mountains and Atisurmy giriraaj Kesari .

Rivers -

Sumumri ,
Miss
Nalini ,
Denuka ,
Cane ,
Venuka
The seven rivers and Gbsti .

Seven years -

Nimbus ,
Kumar ,
Sukumar ,
Mrichk ,
Kusumod ,
Mudaki
And Mahadrum .

Characters -

Wing,
Magd ,
Psyche
And Mngd the four characters .

This is a great herb tree , touching the heart of the air is generated in the ultimate ecstasy . The equivalent of your own island surrounded by the sea is filled with fluid . The island is surrounded by ocean Pushkar with its double extension .

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Pushkrdweep description -

Sawan was the owner of the island .

They have two sons:

Mahavira
And Dhatki .

The same year two are the same mountain .

Montane

Mansottr mountain , a single year . It is located in the middle of the year . This exalted purpose and fifty thousand is just round the spherical cast . It divided the year , and the annular remain the same .

Rivers -
There are no rivers or small mountain .

Year -

Clause Mahvir
And Dhatki bays.

Mhowirknd year is out side of the mountain , and in the middle is Dhatkiwars .

Characters -

Wing,
Magd ,
Psyche
And Mngd the four characters .

It 's great Nygrod ( fig ) tree, which is the abode of Brahma equal to his own freshwater island surrounded by sea is filled .

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Description of the oceans -

The same amount of water from the ocean to stay forever , which is not always more or less . Yes, with the phases of the Moon Water Bdhta or curves . ( High tide ) have all seen the water rise and decay to 510 inches .

Pushkar lump him across the ocean of sweet water surrounding the island is Dilkhayi Suvarnmayi land . The purpose of the Ten Thousand public - light mountains . The mountain height is equal tens scheme . Beyond that surrounds the Earth is in deep darkness . It is covered with darkness around the universe cauldron . ( Space ) eggs - all land , including all islands , including cauldron - Board composition is the amount of five hundred million . (Total diameter )

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See the Vishnu Purana refers to a vision of modern names, so ... We will find many similarities just by looking map of the world ...

1 . Vishnu Purana Parasik - Iran said ,
2 . Gandhara was present in Afghanistan ,
3 . China and Russia have engulfed Mahameru limit .
4 . Nishadh Alaska is called today .
5 . Europe is today known Placshdweep .
6 . Japan was struck by the extent of Hriwars today .
7 . See an Kurv Uttara these situations would seem Finland .

Similarly, Vishnu Purana, one of the world Sanatani mapping can be read ... This was the greatness of our sages

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One important thing now -

In the Mahabharata, the entire map of the Earth thousands of years ago was given .

In the Mahabharata states that - look at the earth Cndramondl rabbits and other two degrees in two tranches fig ( leaves ) is shown as -

View Ramanujchary in the 11th century by the following verses of the Mahabharata was created after the Pdne -

" Sudrshnan Prvkshhyami ye Kurunandn Dwipan .
Ckrasnsthitः Dweeposu Primndlo chef .
Male: Must Mukmatmnः as Pshyedadrshe .
And Sudrshndweepo Cndramndle Drishyte .
Dvirnshe Pipplsttr great Shasho Dvirnshe f .

" That Kurunandn Hey ! Sudarshan chakra called the island is like a circle , such as man sees my face in the mirror , so it is visible in Cndramndl island . Fig and two shares in shares in two great Shh ( rabbit ) showed returns . "

Now on paper by the above structure is created to order our earth map , which shows similarities hundred percent of the actual map of our planet .

Surya Namaskara and its importance

MIND BOGGLING ~ Surya Namaskara - The Ancient Advanced Science of Hindus / #India
Top 10 Amazing Reasons to Begin your Day with Surya Namaskar . It is Advanced Science by and For Mankind




Surya Namaskar is a Sanskrit word which means obeisance or prostrations (Namaskar) to the sun (Surya). It implies that one rise before sun rise in order to do this exercise or pay obeisance to the rising sun. This is around 5 to 5:30 AM. Of course, this exercise is good no matter what time you may use it, but it is best done while the stomach is empty, before eating.

If performed correctly, this exercise composed of twelve bodily poses does not strain or cause injury. If performed in the morning, it relieves stiffness, revitalizes your body and refreshes the mind. Do it during the day and it will instantly boost you up, practice it after sundown and it helps you unwind.

Check out top ten why to Begin your Day with Surya Namaskar:

•1. The obvious advantage of Surya Namaskar is the workout it provides for the muscles, but it also benefits joints, ligaments and the skeletal system by improving posture and balance. The limbs become symmetrical while the internal vital organs become more functional.

•2. Practicing Surya Namaskar is beneficial for the health of digestive system. Yoga poses increase blood flow to your digestive tract and stimulate the intestinal action known as peristalsis so digestion is more efficient. Yoga also calms you, which in turn relaxes your digestive system and leads to more effective elimination. Forward bends increase the space in the abdomen and facilitate the release of entrapped gases. These poses heat the front of the body and cool the back body. For vatas, it is important to stay warm.

•3. Surya Namaskar is the ideal exercise to cope with insomnia and related disorders. Surya Namaskar practice calms the mind, thus helps to get sound sleep. If you suffer from insomnia, whether often or occasionally, Yoga can help. Through relaxing physical exercise, breathing techniques and complete relaxation, you can promote more regular and restful sleeping patterns without resorting to sleep-inducing drugs. Such drugs interfere with your body's natural sleep cycle and can create psychological dependence and undesirable side effects.

•4. Surya Namaskar practice regulates irregular menstrual cycles. Practicing Surya Namaskar ensures the easy childbirth. It helps to decrease the fear of pregnancy and childbirth. Metrorrhagia can be caused by a hormonal imbalance. The start of menstruation during puberty and the length and regularity of the menstrual cycle is controlled by hormones produced in an area of the brain called the hypothalamus, as well as by the pituitary and adrenal glands.

•5. Surya Namaskar practice boosts blood circulation and helps to prevent hair graying, hair fall, and dandruff. It also improves the growth of hair making it long.

•6. Regular practice of Surya Namaskar helps to lose extra calories. It helps to stay thin. Practicing Surya Namaskar is the easiest way to be in shape. It stretches the abdominal muscles. Regular practice of Surya Namaskar helps to lose excessive belly fat and gives flat stomach. Some of the asanas stimulate sluggish glands to increase their hormonal secretions. The thyroid gland, especially, has a big effect on our weight because it affects body metabolism.

•7. Sun salutation exercise helps to add glow on your face making facial skin radiant and ageless. It is the natural solution to prevent onset of wrinkles. Overall, yoga is excellent for the skin and it can also provide good benefits for people with blemishes and even acne.

•8. Regular practice of sun salutation boosts endurance power. It gives vitality and strength. It also reduces the feeling of restlessness and anxiety.

•9. Daily practice of Surya Namaskar makes body flexible. It improves flexibility in spine and in limbs.

•10. Influences the pineal gland and hypothalamus to prevent pineal degeneration and calcification

It is beneficial to practice Surya Namaskar early in the morning. The early morning sunrays are rich source of vitamin D that is necessary to get strong bones and clear vision.

Ancient Indian UFO Admin's TIP: Once you become familiar with the sequence, each posture will flow smoothly into one another, almost like a dance while you change postures with each breath.

Nature of the soul & Its Destiny


MINDBOGGLING~Ancient Hindus Knew:Nature of the soul & Its Destiny





Hello Every one . Those people who ask for PROOF - SCIENTIFIC PROOF Must realise that today's Modern day science is a MIDGET Technology when compared with Ancient Hindu Science/ Sanatana Dharma . Hindu Scripts already have every thing From ATOM to UNIVERSE and beyound that in Details . 
Modern Science is just re-Discovering what Ancient Hindus already Discovered for many 100000s of Years ago . It will be laughable when you see the number i mentions more than 1 lacs years ago. But As I said this will also be proved correct when our Science and technology advanced as today we know VIMANAS were True because we advanced a bit closer to UFO technology .

Lets focus on ATMAN~ SOUL . If you read our previous Posts on : PROOF OF SOUL ! ! ! { https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=505824716175925&set=a.505821629509567.1073741904.182221931869540&type=1&theater } It was proved by Russian Scientist . Now Lets see What Hinduism / Sanatana Dharma / INDIANS knew about Soul : Enjoy and Please SHARE it withh all your friends and Family .Spread the words . _/\_

Understanding Hindu Science ~ Ātman . Ātman (Hinduism), meaning 'self' is a Sanskrit word that means 'inner-self' or 'soul'. In Hindu philosophy, especially in the Vedanta school of Hinduism, Ātman is the first principle, the true self of an individual beyond identification with phenomena, the essence of an individual. In order to attain salvation (liberation), a human being must acquire self-knowledge (atma jnana), which is to realize that one's true self (Ātman) is identical with the transcendent self Brahman:
If atman is brahman in a pot (the body), then one need merely break the pot to fully realize the primordial unity of the individual soul with the plentitude of Being that was the Absolute.

The Vedanta philosophy discusses the
nature of the soul from two standpoints:

1. Absolute or transcendental and
2. Relative or phenomenal.

From the absolute standpoint, the soul is non-dual, immortal, ever pure, ever free, ever illumined, and one with Brahman. It is untouched by hunger or thirst, good and evil, pain and pleasure, birth and death, and the other pairs of opposites. That is the soul's true nature. The realisation of which is the goal of a man's spiritual aspiration and striving. From this absolute standpoint, the soul is called PARAMATMA or Supreme Soul.

But from the relative standpoint, the Vedanta philosophy admits the existence of a multitude of individual souls called JIVATMAS, and distinguishes them from the Supreme Soul. Attached to the body, the individual soul is a victim of the pairs of the opposites. Entangled in the world, it seeks deliverance from the eternal round of birth and death, and with that end in view, studies the scriptures and practises spiritual disciplines.

The embodied soul is associated with the sense organs, the mind and vital breath (Prana). There are ten sense organs, all subordinate to the mind as the central organ; five organs of perception and five organs of action. The five organs of perception comprise the organ of taste (tongue),smell (nose), vision (eyes), hearing (ear), and touch (skin). The five organs of action are the hands, the feet, the organ of speech, the organs of evacuation and the organ of generation.

The four functions of the mind

The mind is the inner organ and consists of such functions as desire, deliberation, doubt, faith, want of faith, patience, impatience, shame, intelligence and fear.

The impressions carried by the organs of perception are shaped by the mind into ideas, for we see only with the mind, hear with the mind. Further, the mind changes the ideas into resolutions of the will.

There are four functions or divisions or parts of the mind.

One part of the mind called Manas, creates doubt.
The Buddhi (intellect) makes decisions
Chitta is the storehouse of memory
Aham (the ego), creates I-consciousness.
The five organs of action, the five organs of perception, the five pranas, the mind, and the intellect constitute the gross and the subtle body of the embodied soul (jiva). The subtle accompanies the individual soul after death, when the gross body is destroyed. The subtle body is the abode of the KARMA or impressions left by action, determining the nature of the new body and mind when the soul is reborn. As the jiva (the embodied soul) does and act, so it becomes.

The presence of an irrefragable Self or consciousness is assumed in all acts of thinking. The Self or consciousness, which is the true 'seer' or subject, is unchanging intelligence, and can never be imagined to be non-existent. Atman (the Self) in man and Brahman in the universe are completely identical.

The idea of body, senses, and the mind, associated with the non-self, is falsely superimposed upon the Self, and the Self, which is of the nature of pure consciousness, appears as a jiva, or phenomenal being, subject to the various limitations of the physical world.

Death, according to Hinduism, is a series of changes through which an individual passes. The Brihadaranyaka Upanishad describes thus the passing of a soul:
When the soul departs from the body, the life-breath follows: when the life-breath departs, all the organs follow. Then the soul becomes endowed with particularized consciousness and goes to the body which is related to that consciousness. It is followed by its knowledge, works, and past experience. Just as a leech supported on a straw goes to the end of it, takes hold of another support, and contracts itself, so does the self throw this body away and make it unconscious, take hold of another support, and contract itself. Just as a goldsmith takes a small quantity of gold and fashions another - a newer and better - form, so does the soul throw this body away, or make it unconscious, and make another - a new and better - form suited to the Manes, or the celestial minstrels, or the gods, or Virat, or Hiranyagarbha, or other beings. . As it does and acts, so it becomes; by doing good it becomes good, and by doing evil it becomes evil - it becomes virtuous through good acts and vicious through evil acts.

Hinduism speaks of the four courses that men follow after death. The first, called devayana, way of the gods, is followed by spiritually advanced souls who lead an extremely pure life, devoting themselves to wholehearted meditation on Brahman, but who have not succeeded in attaining complete Self-knowledge before death. They repair to Brahmaloka, the highest heaven, and from there in due course attain liberation. The description of this path in the Chhandogya Upanishad is as follows:

Now, such a one-whether his after-death rites are performed or not-goes to light, from light to day, from day to the bright half of the month, from the bright half of the month to the six months during which the sun rises northward, from the months to the year, from the year to the sun, from the sun to the moon, from the moon to the lightning. There he meets a person who is not a human being. This person carries the soul to Brahman. This is the divine path, the path of Brahman. Those proceeding by this path do not return to the whirl of humanity.

The second course, known as pitriyana, way of the fathers, is followed by ritualists and philanthropists who have cherished a desire for the results of their charity, austerity, vows, and worship. Following this path, they repair to Chandraloka, the lunar sphere, and after enjoying immense happiness there as a reward for their good actions, they return again to earth since they still have earthly desires. The third course, which leads to hell, is followed by those who led an impure life, performing actions forbidden by the scriptures. They are born in sub-human species. After expiating their evil actions, they are again reborn on earth in human bodies. The fourth course is for those who are extremely vile in their thoughts and actions. They are reborn again and again as insignificant creatures such as mosquitoes and fleas. Eventually, after the expiation of their evil actions, they too return to human bodies on earth. When a soul assumes a human body, it takes up the thread of spiritual evolution of its previous human birth and continues to evolve toward Self-knowledge. According to Hinduism, all souls will ultimately attain Self-knowledge. The four courses do not apply to those souls who attain Self-knowledge before or at the time of death. For these souls there is no going to any realm. Upon their death, their souls become absorbed in Brahman, and the elements of their body-mind complex return to their original source.


From the point of view of Hinduism, dying may be compared to falling asleep and after-death experiences to dreams. The thoughts and actions of the waking state determine the nature of our dreams. Similarly, after death the soul experiences the results of the thoughts it entertained and the actions it performed during its life on earth. After-death experiences are real to the soul, just as a dream is real to the dreamer, and may continue for ages. Then, when the soul wakes up after this sleep, it finds itself reborn as a human being. According to the Hindu scriptures, some souls after death also may be born as human beings without going through the experiences of heaven or hell. There is no real break in the spiritual evolution of the soul toward Self-knowledge. Even the soul's lapse into sub-human birth from human life is a mere detour. A dying man's next life is determined by his last thought in the present life. The Bhagavad Gita says: "For whatever objects a man thinks of at the final moment, when he leaves the body - that alone does he attain, O son of Kunti, being ever absorbed in the thought thereof." And the last thought of the dying person inevitably reflects his inmost desire. These different courses after death have been described to warn people against neglecting the path of Self-knowledge, which alone can confer immortality and eternal peace and happiness.

Saptapadi (Saat Phere) in Hindu Marriage & Seven Steps in Native American Weddings .


EXCLUSIVE REVELATION ! ! ! Saptapadi (Saat Phere) in Hindu Marriage & Seven Steps in Native American Weddings .
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The Hindu method of marriage is an ancient Vedic tradition which involves ritual of fire and couple taking seven steps around this fire, called as Saptapadi or Saat Phere.
Just like hindus have the Vedic Sapta-Padhi (सप्तपदी) or the ‘Seven-Steps‘ , native americans have a ritual of using fire and ‘Seven Steps‘ along with ‘Seven Vows‘ during their wedding ceremonies.

Saptapadi, or the taking of seven steps by the bride and the bridegroom before the sacred fire, is considered to be the rite of prime importance in solemnizing a marriage.
According to Paraskar Grahaya Suktram and various other prominent Smritis, marriage has no strength or recognition if this rite is not duly performed.
Until the bride has performed the Saptapadi she is considered unmarried.
Saptapadi is the only ritual that gives the right to a girl to choose her husband in front of the sacred fire (Agni).

A question that often comes to the mind is why seven steps? Seven has a very deep spiritual, philosophical & divine significance in it. There are seven matrikas or seven aspects of mother energy. The sacred fire has seven flames, there are seven porous pious rivers, seven phases in the life of a woman, seven elements of body, seven notes of music, seven rays of the sun and seven main planets. Therefore, seven is always considered to be a mystic number that bestows long life. In the famous puranic story of Savitri and Satyavan, Savitri mentions to Yamaraj (Lord of Death) that I have moved with you for seven steps, so we are already friends. As a friend how can you make me a widow by taking away my husband Satyawan’s soul. Hence the concept of Saptapadi is very closely related with our mystic legends in the tradition of fulfilling the four ends of human life i.e. Dharma, Kama, Artha and Moksha in family life (grahasta).

While performing this rite, the bride, bearing in mind all previous ceremonies of Kanyadaan and Laja Homa, agrees to take the seven steps as the beginning of her life together with the bridegroom.

It is important to mention here, that this ceremony i.e. Saptapadi is mostly confused with pheras or agni pradakshina. The agni pradakshina or pheras is a totally different rite of four, three or seven circuits round the sacred fire, three of which are led by the bride and rest by bridegroom. The Saptapadi on the other hand is the rite of seven steps taken together by the bride and the bridegroom, at a slow and measured pace side-by-side and step-by step in the north-eastern direction. While moving forward the bride is always on the right side so that the bridegroom’s right hand is on her right shoulder. He says to her “Let not your left foot surpass your right foot.” With each step, the bride and the bridegroom take a pledge together.

First Step

Bridegroom Says : “Om esha ekapadi bhava iti prathaman”
“My beloved, our love becomes firm by your walking one step with me. You will offer my food and be helpful in every way. I will cherish you and provide for your welfare and happiness and that of your children“.

Bride Says : “Dhanam dhanyam pade vadet”
“I humbly submit to you, my lord. Kindly give me the responsibility of the home, food and finance. I promise you that I shall fulfil all responsibilities towards the welfare of the family and the children.”

Second Step

Bridegroom Says : “Om oorje jara dastayaha”
“My beloved, now you have walked the second step with me. Fill my heart with strength and courage and together we shall protect the household and the children.”

Bride Says : “Kutumburn rakshayishyammi sa aravindharam”
“My lord, in your grief, I shall fill your heart with courage and strength. In your happiness, I shall rejoice, I promise you that I will please you always with sweet words and take care of the family and children. And you shall love me and me alone as your wife.”

Third Step

Bridegroom says : “Om rayas Santu joradastayaha”
“My beloved, now you have walked three steps with me. By virtue of this, our wealth and prosperity are going to grow. I shall look upon all other woman as my sisters. Together, we will educate our children and may they live long”

Bride Says : “Tava bhakti as vadedvachacha”
“My love, I will love you with single minded devotion as my husband. I will treat all other men as my brothers. My devotion to you is that of a chaste wife and you are my joy. This is my commitment and my pledge to you.”

Fourth Step

Bridegroom Says : “Om mayo bhavyas jaradastaya ha”
“My beloved, it is a great blessing that you have walked four steps with me. You have brought auspiciousness and sacredness into my life. May we be blessed with obedient and noble children. May they live long.”

Bride Says
“Lalayami cha pade vadet.”
“My lord, I will adorn myself from head to toe with flowers, garlands and ornaments, and anoint myself with sandalwood paste and fragrance for your sake. I will serve you and please you in every way I can.”

Fifth Step

Bridegroom Says : “Om prajabhyaha Santu jaradastayaha”
“My beloved, now that you have walked five steps with me, you have enriched my life. May God bless you. May our loved ones live long and share in our prosperity.”

Bride Says : “Arte arba sapade vadet”
“My Lord, I will share your joys and sorrows. Your love will make me trust and honour you. I will carry out all your wishes.”

Sixth Step

Bridegroom Says : “Rutubhyah shat padi bhava”
“My beloved, you have filled my heart with happiness walking six steps with me. May you fill my heart with joy and peace at all times and seasons.”

Bride Says : “Yajne home shashthe vacho vadet.”
“My Lord, in all acts of righteousness, in material prosperity in all enjoyment and divine acts, I promise you I will participate and I shall always be with you.”

Seventh Step

Bridegroom says ” “Om sakhi jaradastayahga.”
“My beloved, as you walked the seven steps with me, our love and friendship became eternal. We experienced spiritual union in God. Now you have become completely mine and I offer my life to you. Our marriage will be forever.

Bride Says : “Attramshe sakshino vadet pade.”
“My Lord, as per the law of God and the holy scriptures, I have become your spouse with the taking of the seventh step. Whatever promises we gave, we did so with a pure mind. We will be truthful to each other in all matters. We will love each other forever.”

Native American Wedding Rite

native american seven steps weddingSimilarly, the Native American ‘Seven-Step Rite‘ vows are very similar to the Vedic SaptaPadi, where the Bride and the Groom take Seven Steps together, at a slow pace, in the north-easterly direction, making a promise at every step.

Both bride and groom take seven steps sunwise (clockwise) around the sacred fire. For each step taken, a vow is said by each. The groom makes one step forward and says a vow, and then the bride takes a step to join him and says her vow until one round around the fire is completed. Family and friends join hands in a circle around the fire.

GROOM STEP 1: O’ my beloved, our love has become firm by your walking one with me. Together we will share the responsibilities of the lodge, food and children. May the Creator bless noble children to share. May they live long.

BRIDE STEP 1: This is my commitment to you, my husband. Together we will share the responsibility of the home, food and children. I promise that I shall discharge all my share of the responsibilities for the welfare of the family and the children.

GROOM STEP 2: O’ my beloved, now you have walked with me the second step. May the Creator bless you. I will love you and you alone as my wife. I will fill your heart with strength and courage: this is my commitment and my pledge to you. May God protect the lodge and children.

BRIDE STEP 2: My husband, at all times I shall fill your heart with courage and strength. In your happiness I shall rejoice. May God bless you and our honorable lodge.

GROOM STEP 3: O my beloved, now since you have walked three steps with me, our wealth and prosperity will grow. May God bless us. May we educate our children and may they live long.

BRIDE STEP 3: My husband, I love you with single-minded devotion as my husband. I will treat all other men as my brothers. My devotion to you is pure and you are my joy. This is my commitment and pledge to you.

GROOM STEP 4: O’ my beloved, it is a great blessing that you have now walked four steps with me. May the Creator bless you. You have brought favor and sacredness in my life.

BRIDE STEP 4: O my husband, in all acts of righteousness, in material prosperity, in every form of enjoyment, and in those divine acts such as fire sacrifice, worship and charity, I promise you that I shall participate and I will always be with you.

GROOM STEP 5: O’ my beloved, now you have walked five steps with me. May the Creator make us prosperous. May the Creator bless us.

BRIDE STEP 5: O my husband, I will share both in your joys and sorrows. Your love will make me very happy.

GROOM STEP 6: O’ my beloved, by walking six steps with me, you have filled my heart with happiness. May I fill your heart with great joy and peace, time and time again. May the Creator bless you.

BRIDE STEP 6: My husband, the Creator blesses you. May I fill your heart with great joy and peace. I promise that I will always be with you.

GROOM STEP 7: O’ my beloved goddess, as you have walked the seven steps with me, our love and friendship have become inseparable and firm. We have experienced spiritual union in God. Now you have become completely mine. I offer my total self to you. May our marriage last forever.

BRIDE STEP 7: My husband, by the law of the Creator, and the spirits of our honorable ancestors, I have become your wife. Whatever promises I gave you I have spoken them with a pure heart. All the spirits are witnesses to this fact. I shall never deceive you, nor will I let you down. I shall love you forever.

Native Americans also have other ceremonies similar to the Vedic Hindu Wedding. The ‘Sacred Fire Ceremony’ is equally important to the Vedic Indians and Native Americans. The Native Americans build their fire with seven different types of wood. The Hindus too believe that there are seven types of energies and circumambulate the sacred fire seven times.

Another Native American ritual which they call the ‘Blanket Ceremony‘, is similar to the Vedic ‘Aashirwad‘ (आशीर्वाद) ceremony. The Bride and groom are covered with a Blanket or Sheet and are showered with flowers.

Exchanging rings was a new addition and not part of vedic or ancient native american wedding ceremonies.
In india, Gaandharva Vivaha is one out of eight types of marriages where a ring is presented to bride and the couple consider themselves as married.