Ancient Indian UFO. From Pangaea to the Modern Continents. Sounds of Indian Mythology. Our Vedas define, Indra as the leaders of all the ‘Devas’ (Gods), the Deva of Rain and Thunderstorm and the king of ‘Swarglok’.
Swarg, according to Hindi and Sanskrit means ‘Heaven’. The Introduction of Indra is never ending. According to Spiritual beliefs of Hinduism, Indra is a god. He is worshiped not only by Hindus but also by Buddhists as Shakra, deity in Buddhism and He is mentioned in many other religions and mythologies. What is really the reason behind calling Indra a god? Decode Hindu Mythology: Jambudweep - The Global Island. Earth - The Blue Planet..
Home to every Hunter and Forager,Every Hero and Coward, Every Creator and Destroyer,Every King and Peasant, Every Inventor and Explorer, Every Mother, Father and Child, Every teacher of Morals, Every Corrupt politician, Every Superstar, Saint and Sinner, Aggregate of our Joy and Suffering,This tiny mote of dust,Suspended in a sunbeam,This is Home, This is Us! Beautiful words by Carl Sagan.. Therapeutic Use of Metals in Ancient India. 1529 5 Share1 3 2053 Healing with metals is an ancient Ayurvedic therapy.
Metals like gold, silver and copper have been used to treat various health problems in Ayurveda. Untitled. Sharda Temple of Hindus in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir. It may be noted that Goverments of both countries, India and Pakistan have allowed muslim population of Kashmir to cross the line of actual control and have allowed trade as well across the border , both these countries are not allowing Kashmiri Hindus to visit the above shrine despite many requests.
Prior to independence, Hindu Pandits were settled in great numbers, in the Northern areas of Kashmir. Sharadi is a small village in Northern parts of Kashmir, which was famous for an ancient temple of Goddess Sharada. A Kashmiri Pandit family headed by Thusu Ladarwani was settled in this village. This Thusu family was compelled to migrate to Srinagar from Pakistan occupied Kashmir (POK) and again due to the terrorists and their activities, had forcibly to shift to Jammu and stay in a transit camp there.
At present, Shri Shambhunathji Thusu from this family is ninety four year old and possesses an exceptionally remarkable memory. Shri. Shri. Indias History. » Does no one remember the Indian contribution to Technology? . I came across this excellent, very powerful and well-researched article by karigar: Karnataki Karbon Nanotube Swords- forget S Indian Wootz!
Please read in full and circulate widely. It is a shame that widespread ignorance still persists about our achievements in Sciences, Mathematics and various disciplines of technology. While on the subject, please also have a look at one of my earlier articles: “Does no one remember the Hindu contribution to Mathematics?” Some excerpts: Just got done reading the NY times article attached below. Hindu Culture1. "Some foolish men declare that a Creator made the world.
The doctrine that the world was created is ill-advised, and should be rejected. If God created the world, where was he before creation?... How could God have made the world without any raw material? Indian Mathematics index. The Indian Calculus. The Kerala School, European Mathematics and Navigation. Hindu Contribution to Mathematics & Science - Archna Sahni. 9,000 B.C. - 3,000 B.C. Hindu History - Unfolding the Epic History of the Worlds Most Ancient and Spiritual Civilisation.
Mahatma Gandhi is often praised as the man who defeated British imperialism with non-violent agitation.
It is still a delicate and unfashionable thing to discuss his mistakes and failures, a criticism hitherto mostly confined to Communist and Hindutva publications. But at this distance in time, we shouldn’t be inhibited by a taboo on criticizing official India’s patron saint. Gandhiji’s mistakes Without attempting to approach completeness, we may sum up as Gandhi’s biggest political failures the following events: (1) Recruiting Indian soldiers for the British war effort in 1914-18 without setting any conditions, in the vain hope that this unilateral gift to Britain would bring about sufficient goodwill in London for conceding to India the status of a self-ruling dominion within the British Empire, on a par with Canada or Australia.
Vaimanika Shastra. Title page of the English translation of Vyamanika Shastra published in 1973 The Vaimānika Shāstra ( वैमानिक शास्त्र, lit.
"shastra on the topic of Vimanas"; sometimes also rendered Vimanika, Vymanika) is an early 20th-century Sanskrit text on aerospace technology obtained by psychic channeling and automatic writing. It makes the claim that the vimānas mentioned in ancient Sanskrit epics were advanced aerodynamic flying vehicles, similar to a rocket. The existence of the text was revealed in 1952 by G.
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History/Myths/Religion. Chakras on Subtle Body and meditation. Within every human being there is a subtle body of three energy channels (nadis) and seven energy centres (chakras).
At the root of this system lies a creative, protective and nurturing power which is a dormant, maternal energy (Kundalini). When this power is awakened within us, it rises spontaneously through the spinal column, passes through each of the chakras and emits from the fontanelle bone area on top of the head. This process is referred to as Enlightenment (Self-realization). 33 Devas. May Varuna with guidance straight, And Mitra the One-who-knows, And Aryaman in accord with Aditya, Guide us forth, like the wind that blows,As with their Might Evermore They guard the Sacred Laws, Shelter may they vouchsafe to us, Immortal Gods to mortal men.. Hindu mystics knew from their experience, that verbal descriptions of the Supreme Reality can be Incomplete and hence resorted to Mythology to convey the feeling of their communion with God. Vedic Seers composed hymns eulogizing the sentient beings guarding all Natural and Supernatural phenomena and called them Devas that stems from the Sanskrit root 'Div' meaning the 'Shining One'.
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