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New Zealand & Paracas Trident in Peru – Ramayana Connection

New Zealand & Paracas Trident in Peru – Ramayana Connection

paracas trident peruRamayana describes about 4 teams ofVanaras(humans with tails who wander in forest) going in 4 different directions to find King Rama’s kidnapped wife Seetha.
Vanara king Sugreeva describes to team that travelled towards east, that first they will have to cross sea and would landup in Yava(Java) island.
Then would would cross another island and reach a sea with red/yellow water (coral sea of australia).
Then they would see the pyramid (today’sGympie Pyramid near west coast of Australia).

Through Sugreeva, writer Valmiki further describes that after crossing this huge island (Shalmali Dwipa/Austalia), they would see Mount Rishabha (ऋषभ) which looks like a ‘White cloud with a pearly necklace of waves rippling on the shores below‘.
Near to that, they would spot the Sudharshana Lake with ‘silvery lotuses which have fibrils of gold‘ and where ‘kingly swans scamper around‘.
Valmiki could be referring to Mount Cook & Lake Pukaki of New Zealand, which match these descriptions.

Mount Cook & Lake Pukaki

Sanskrit meaning of ‘Sudarshan‘ (सुदर्शन) is ‘beautiful to look at‘.

ring of fire pacific oceanValmiki says that after crossing the island with these lakes, swans and beautiful mountains, one will have to cross a soft-water ocean which will be frightening to all beings.
There exists a fantastically refulgent Fire in the form of Horse’s Face that originated from the anger of Sage Aurasa. The victuals to that Fire is said to be that highly speedy waves of the ocean, together with all of the mobile and sessile beings of the world at the close of each Era. [Ramayana 4-40-48]
Ring of Fire is where a large number of volcanic eruptions occur in the basin of the Pacific Ocean. In the next verse Valmiki describes the magnitude of this ‘fantastic fire‘, that at the end of each epoch (Yuga) or era, that fire emerges forth with even more energy till all things, mobile or immobile, and the entire Creation becomes the fuel of this fire.

Valmiki must be referring to the ‘Pacific Ring of Fire‘ as its in between these Australia-New Zealand and South America.
Also the ‘Soft‘ ocean is the ‘Pacific‘ and Ferdinand Magellan in 1521 must have named it as Mar Pacifico in Portuguese, meaning ‘peaceful sea‘, as he saw the waters still with favorable winds to sail.

Sugreevas further describes that after crossing this ocean, one would see Udaya Adri (उदय अद्रि) (‘Udaya’ = ‘Sunrise’ & ‘Aadri’ = ‘Mountain’) .
According to him, day breaks on earth in the Udayaadri.

Today, we consider Japan as the ‘Land of Rising Sun‘. But infact, at every geographical point on earth, darkness will fade away and day will break at a certain point of time on every day.
Why was ‘Udayaadri (Mount Sunrise)‘ chosen as eastern point and why not some other place ?
Ramayana’s Kishkinda Kanda, verses 4-40-57 & 4-40-58 give reasons why this point is chosen.

tatra yojana vistaaram ucChritam dasha yojanam |
shR^i.ngam saumanasam naama jaataruupamayam dhruvam || 4-40-57

Translation : On the apex of that Mt. Sunrise there is another pinnacle with one yojana width and ten yojana-s height named Saumanasa, which is completely golden and very firm.

tatra puurvam padam kR^itvaa puraa viSNuH trivikrame |
dvitiiyam shikharam meroH cakaara puruSottamaH || 4-40-58

Translation : Earlier while treading the three worlds in the incarnation of Trivikrama, the Supreme God Vishnu made His first foothold on that pinnacle Saumanasa, and the second on the pinnacle of Mt. Meru to tread the heavens.

uttareNa parikramya ja.mbuu dviipam divaakaraH |
dR^ishyo bhavati bhuuyiSTham shikharam tan mahocChrayam || 4-40-59

Translation : The Sun is by far discernable in Jambu Dwiipa when he rises on this zenithal pinnacle Saumanasa, after he had circled the Jambu Dwiipa in a northerly route.

The sunrises in the East on the peak of this Saumanasa which is on the zenith of Udaya Mountain. Then he traverses above Jambu Dwipa, Indian Subcontinent, including South-East Asia, and sets in the West on the mountains called Astagiri, ‘ the Sunset Mountain.’
Then he courses northerly on the other side of the globe via Mt. Meru in heavens at the other side of Jambu Dwipa, only to rise again on this Mt. Sunrise.
As Jambu Dwipa, the subcontinent lies southerly to that heavenly Mt. Meru, and down East-South of Saumanasa, this subcontinent can happily see the First Sun, daily.
This gives raise to the Indian name of India, that is Bhaarata, bhaa rataH (Sun, delights)…’ The place where the Sun delights firstly, that is Bhaarat‘.

Paracas Trident in Peru

paracas trident peru topviewAndes could be a distorted version of ‘Adri’ over many years.
Sugreeva further says to Vanaras that, while reaching Udaya-Adri, they will see Jaat-Shila-Rupa (Golden Rock Peak), etched on which is a ‘golden pylon resembling a palm tree with three branches with a golden podium ‘.
Sugreev continues, “That pylon of palm tree is constructed as the easterly compass by celestial gods, beyond which lies the Udaya Adri.

svaadu udasya uttare deshe yojanaani trayodasha |
jaataruupa shilo naama sumahaan kanaka prabhaH || 4-40-50

Translation : On the northern province of that soft-water ocean there is a hugely enormous mountain named Jaataruupa-shila (Golden Rock Mountain), which glitters like gold and which spreads across thirteen yojanas.

tatra candra pratiikaasham pannagam dharaNii dharam |
padma patra vishaalaaksham tato drakshyadha vaanaraaH || 4-40-51
aasiinam parvatasya agre sarva bhuuta namaskR^itam |
sahasra shirasam devam ana.ntam niila vaasasam || 4-40-52

Translation : There you shall see then, oh, vanaras, the lotus-petal broad-eyed thousand-hooded serpent god in black clothing, namely Ananta, sitting on the top of that mountain and sustaining the earth on his head, who will be like moon in his brilliance and whom all beings hold in reverence.

In ancient Indian texts the southern tip of South America (Chile) is ‘the head of the serpent called Ananta’, on which the earth rests (see the Ring of Fire starting at tip of South America in above figure).

trishiraaH kaa.ncanaH ketuH taalaH tasya mahaatmanaH |
sthaapitaH parvatasya agre viraajati sa vedikaH || 4-40-53

Translation : A golden pylon resembling a palm tree with three branches as its heads is established on the peak of that mountain as the insignia of that great-souled Ananta, and it will be lustrous with a golden podium.

puurvasyaam dishi nirmaaNam kR^itam tat tridasheshvaraiH |
tataH param hemamayaH shriimaan udaya parvataH || 4-40-54
tasya koTiH divam spR^iSTvaa shata yojanam aayataa |
jaataruupamayii divyaa viraajati sa vedikaa || 4-40-55

Translation : That pylon of palm tree is constructed as the easterly compass by celestials gods, and beyond that a completely golden mountain is there, namely the august Udaya Mountain, the Mt. Sunrise, beyond which it is all west. The pinnacles of Mt. Sunrise will be touching heavens for their height is hundred yojana-s and that divine mountain greatly glitters for it is completely golden, and it is pedestalled with suchlike glittering mountains.

So, according to Ramayana, Peru is the land of the Rising Sun.

Viracocha, the Creator God

The Paracas Trident of Peru, is a geo-glyph in the Andes Mountains and is regarded in the native folklore as the ‘Lightening Rod‘ of God Viracocha, a pre-Incan Civilization God of Peru/Bolivia.
Interestingly, Viracocha was worshipped as god of the Sun and Storms and he carried thunderbolts in his hands.

Paracas could be a distorted version of sanskrit word ‘Prakash‘ (प्रकाश्) which means light, lustre or brightness.
Another word could be ‘parakash‘ (पराकाश) which means ‘distant view‘, as this trident could have served as a guiding beacon for ancient UFOs or ‘Vimanas’.
The Trident in Hinduism represents Creation, Maintenance and Destruction. It also represents Time – Past, Present and Future.

Virochana (Sanskrit: विरोचन), in Hindu mythology, was an asura, son of Prahlada (Sanskrit: प्रहलाद) and father of Bali.
Prahlada is son of Hiranyakasipu (who was killed by Vishnu as incarnation of Narasimha – Lion faced Human).
(This explains partially, why Nazca lines are treated as King Bali’s ancient Airport.
In the Atharva Veda Viochana was mentioned as the son of Prahlada.
According to the Chandogya Upanishad , Virochana and Indra (who is said to be carrying Vajrayudha, a thunderbolt weapon) went to Prajapati (Brahma, the creator) to learn about the atman (self) and lived there, practising brahmacharya (self control) for thirty-two years.
But at the end, he misunderstood Brahma’s teachings and preached the asuras (demons) to worship the sharira (body) as the atman.
Thus, asuras started adorning the body of a deceased with perfumes, garlands and ornaments.

Now, does this Virochana sound similar to Viracocha ? or is it Vishnu, or Indra who is Viracocha ?

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10 Amazing Hindu Temples

10 Amazing Hindu Temples

Hinduism is one of the world’s oldest religions, and has over 900 million followers worldwide. Though most of the Hindus live in India there are substantial numbers present in Nepal, Bangladesh and Indonesia.

Temple construction in India started nearly 2000 years ago and marked the transition of Hinduism from the Vedic religion. The architecture of Hindu temples has evolved ever since resulting in a great variety of styles. They are usually dedicated to one primary Hindu deity and feature a murti (sacred image) of the deity. Although it is not mandatory for a Hindu to visit a Hindu temple regularly, they play a vital role in Hindu society and culture.

10Tanah Lot

Situated on a large rock, Tanah Lot is one of the most famous Hindu temples in Bali, and probably the most photographed. The Tanah Lot temple has been a part of Balinese mythology for centuries. The temple is one of 7 sea temples, each within eyesight of the next, to form a chain along the south-western coast of Bali.

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9Kanchipuram Temples

The City of 1000 Temples, Kanchipuram is one of the oldest cities in South India, and known for its ancient Hindu temples and silk sarees. The city contains several big temples like the Varadharaja Perumal Temple for Lord Vishnu and the Ekambaranatha Temple which is one of the five forms of abodes of Lord Siva.

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8Brihadeeswarar Temple

The Brihadishwara Temple, located in Thanjavur, India, was built by the Chola king Rajaraja I in the 11th century. The world’s first complete granite temple, Brihadishwara is a brilliant example of the Dravidian style of temple architecture. The temple tower is 66 meters (216 feet) high making it one of the tallest temples in the world.

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The village of Khajuraho is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. It’s numerous Hindu and Jain temples are famous for their erotic sculpture. The temples were built over a span of 200 years, from 950 to 1150. A few of the temples are dedicated to the Jain pantheon and the rest to Hindu deities, to Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, and various Devi forms.

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6Banteay Srei
Banteay Sreiflickr/Marc Aurel

Although officially part of the Angkor Wat complex, Banteay Srei lies 25 km (15 miles) north-east of the main group of temples, enough to list it separately here. The Hindu temple was completed in 967 AD and is built largely of red sandstone, a medium that lends itself to the elaborate decorative wall carvings which are still clearly visible today. Banteay Srei is the only major temple at Angkor not built for a king, instead it was constructed by one of king Rajendravarman’s counselors, Yajnyavahara.

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5Sri Ranganathaswamy
Sri Ranganathaswamyflickr/sowri

Dedicated to Lord Ranganatha (a reclining form of Lord Vishnu), the Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple in Srirangam, India is an important shrine that receives millions of visitors and pilgrims every year. With an area of 156 acres (6,31,000 m²), the Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple is one of the largest religious complexes in the world. The oldest structure of the temple dates back to the 10th century.

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4Virupaksha Temple

The Virupaksha Temple in the city of Hampi in India started out as a small shrine and grew into a large complex under the Vijayanagara rulers. It is believed that this temple has been functioning uninterruptedly ever since the small shrine was built in the 7th century AD which makes it one of the oldest functioning Hindu temples in India. The largest entrance tower of the temple is 50 meters high.

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Prambanan is the largest and most beautiful Hindu temple complex in Indonesia. Located about 18 km east of Yogyakarta, it is somewhat overshadowed by the even more awe-inspiring Borobudur situated just next door. The two sites are quite different in style though, with Prambanan being a collection of tall and pointed Hindu temples, instead of the single large Buddhist stupa of Borobudur.

Prambanan has three main temples dedicated to Vishnu, Brahma, and Shiva and was built around 850AD by the Mataram Kingdom, rulers of central Java.

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2Meenakshi Amman Temple
Meenakshi Amman Templeflickr/raysto

The Meenakshi Amman Temple is one of the most important Indian Hindu temples, located in the holy city of Madurai. The temple is dedicated to Sundareswar (form of Lord Shiva) and Meenakshi (form of Goddess Parvati). The complex houses 14 magnificent towers including two golden Gopurams for the main deities, that are elaborately sculptured and painted.

The temple is a significant symbol for the Tamil people, and has been mentioned for the last couple of millennia, though the present structure was built in the early 17th century.

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1Angkor Wat

Angkor is a vast temple complex in Cambodia featuring the magnificent remains of several capitals of the Khmer Empire, from the 9th to the 15th century AD. These include the famous Angkor Wat temple, the world’s largest single religious monument, and the Bayon temple (at Angkor Thom) with its multitude of massive stone faces. During it’s long history Angkor went through many changes in religion converting between Hinduism to Buddhism several times.

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Ancient 7th Century Vishnu Diety Idol found in Russian Village

Ancient 7th Century Vishnu Diety Idol found in Russian Village

Ancient Vishnu Idol In RussiaAn ancient (7th century AD) hindu god, Vishnu’s idol was found during excavation in an old village in Russia’s Volga region.
The idol found in Staraya (old) Maina village dates back to 7th century AD.
Staraya Maina village in Ulyanovskregion was a highly populated city 1700 years ago, much older thanKiev, which was so far believed to be the mother of all Russian cities.

Prior to unearthing of the Vishnu idol, Dr Alexander Kozhevin, Reader of Ulyanovsk State University’s archaeology department, has already found ancient coins, pendants, rings and fragments of weapons.
He believes that today’s Staraya Maina, a town of eight thousand, was ten times more populated in the ancient times. It is from here that people started moving to the Don and Dneiper rivers around the time ancient Russy built the city of Kiev, now the capital of Ukraine.
The discovery of the idol confirms the location in Russia, identified in the Rig Veda as rus soviath sapthamahanagaratham (ancient and holy land of the 722 flying vehicles).

In Rig Veda, there is a passage : Itham ascati pasyat syantham, ekam starayath mainaa-kaalam.
This translates to : Staraya Maina is the name of the land of the 45 rivers (on whose banks the ancient noble Rishis (seers) conducted the famous Horse Sacrifices), where the sun god descends into one fifty two forty seven.
While the first line identifies a location, the second line talks about the exact latitude and longitude at which the solar spectrum produces interference lines at one, fifty two, and forty seven.
Extreme precision of these calculations show the advanced science during the Vedic period, and also a thorough knowledge of SI units (It has been later conclusively proven that French scientists stole this system from the Indians).

Ancient connections between the Russians and the Indians has been unequivocally confirmed.
In Russian orthodox Christianity, worship is conducted very much like in Indian Vishnu temples.
Russians refer to the feast of Vizhnyir Ekoratsya Vikhunh, directly corresponding with VaikhunTa Ekadasi.
Russian language also owes a lot to Sanskrit, whose origins 50,000 years ago roughly correspond with the language of the people of the Smritzyi archaeological site, along the banks of the now-dried up Vernstokhlin (Varnasatyakhalini) river system.

Vishnu idol is depicted in form of Varaha (Wild Boar), which is 3rd incarnation of Vishnu among his 10 (Dasavataras), with a hammer in one left hand while the deconglated seventh arm on the right side holds a reticulated sickle.
This hammer and sickle imagery is also found in the Parasurama Sutra, conclusively placing the origin of great and popular Russian political ideology in Vedic India.
Parasurama, the 6th incarnation of Vishnu is depicted with Sickle/Axe in one hand.

Parasurama Sutra, the basis of all government policy in the erstwhile Kerala kingdom of Vaazhappazhaa, contains the lines Sthulyam Kaamyunishancha kalanam brighahaha.
Links between the ancient Russians and Indians almost certainly aided by the 60,000 odd scholars of the University of Vexalate(Sanskrit. Vekhshalatha, Russian. Vekholotsla), in modern-day Central Afghanistan, in the 17th Century BCE, is said to have transferred political ideas through the land of the Vanga (Russian. Vangnya) in modern-day West Bengal (vanga became banga).

Bringdunthaladeena Upanishad also mentions Kaamyunishcham in its list of land sacrifices, where under the directions of the King, all the land in the country was donated to the performance of sacrifices where Brahmins continuously tickled horny silk-rats (Gandharva-mooshikam) until they collapsed in orgiastic exhaustion.
The text also clearly identifies a group of scholars referred to as the Paalita Buryam, who oversaw the functioning of the King.

For many years, western historical study dominated by Greco-Capitalists, attributed the ideology of Communism to the work done by Karl Marx, one of their own.
It has been well documented that Marx indeed visited Kerala and West Bengal, and had thorough understanding of the Parasurama Sutra, a copy of which he picked up in the old-book-stall near the Cochin (Kochi) airport.
Later on, as part of the larger Greco-centric Capitalist conspiracy, Karl Marx took all the credit himself.
If one reads Parasurama Sutra or Parasurama Smriti now, they can understand communism better.
Parasurama, killed all anachist rulers and established a new system to rule his country. He wrote those rules and ideologies asParasurama Smriti.

During 1952, in Soviet Russia, an archaeologist, Prof. Varely Smirzkoff of Odessa University found artefacts near the ancient Belarussian town of Kozhikodz.
He was the first to speculate that the ruling political ideology of his country could well have had its origins in Vedic India rather than Modern Europe.
Stalin funded Smirzkoff’s research until Smirrzkoff was suddenly found to have stolen over 500,000 paper clips from work over the course of his tenure at Odessa University.
He was sent to Siberia, and with him went almost all academic proof that would have certainly brought Russia and India closer together.

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Hindu Temple Architecture in the North:

Hindu Temple Architecture in the North:
The Glorious Culmination by Ashish Nangia Bookmark and Share

We are now reaching the final phase of Hindu Temple architecture in the North. In several areas, the painstakingly evolved theories of construction, the craftsmen and stonecutters’ skill, combined with the backing of a dynasty powerful enough to conceive and execute such a concept, all combined to produce temples of breathtaking glory, which remain unsurpassed to this day.

There were four main sites, which we shall discuss:

  1. The Bundelkhand region ruled by the Chandelas, especially the town of Khajuraho. 
  2. Bhubhaneswar, which produced its biggest temple ever.
  3. Konark, on the eastern coast of Orissa.
  4. Modhera in Gujarat.

The Glory of Khajuraho 

Khajuraho Temple

The sleepy town of Khajuraho is home to some of the finest examples of Hindu temple construction. Among the many temples that exist, most have been deserted. Hence Khajuraho is not a religious pilgrimage; rather it serves as a magnet for tourists from all over the world.

All the temples of Khajuraho are set on broad terraces. In profile they display a unity of composition and graceful silhouettes that exceeds any preceding examples. But the most distinctive feature of the silhouette of a Khajuraho temple is without doubt its distinctive shikhara.

The effect of height of a temple till now was mitigated and compromised by the horizontal courses of stone used for construction. However, the shikharas at Khajuraho are really a composition of many mini-shikharas converging on the main spire. The resulting silhouette has been compared to a chain of mountains building up to its highest point.

Erotic Carvings on the Khajuraho temple

The temples here are also justly famous for their erotic sculpture. Indeed, it is primarily for this that Khajuraho is known. Why would a temple, a place of worship be adorned with such carving?

For some historians this is evidence of the decadence of the Chandela kings, a hypothesis backed up by the fact that the Chandela dynasty did not survive for long thereafter. However, the presence of erotic sculpture elsewhere too may point to the fact that for the Hindu, life was meant for living in all its aspects, and he merely depicted scenes of a fact of life, without being conscious of any taboo attached, which after all was a much later ‘invention’. 

The great Lingaraja at Bhubhaneswar 

Meanwhile, the temple city of Bhubhaneswar, which we have discussed in a previous article, was witnessing the construction of its biggest temple – the Great Lingaraja. As is evident from its name, the temple was dedicated to Shiva. Unlike the temples at Khajuraho, the ones in Bhubhaneswar are still active, the most famous example being the temple of Jagannath at Puri. 

Lingaraja  Temple Bhubhaneswar

To accommodate the increasing number of pilgrims, a number of additions were made to the Lingaraja in subsequent years. The Nat Mandir, or Hall of Dance, and the Bhog Mandir, or the Hall of Offering, were the major ones. Unfortunately, these were rather unimaginative and had a detrimental effect on the silhouette of the Jagannath temple as a whole. Thus, though the Lingaraja is unsurpassed in its importance as a center of pilgrimage in Orissa, there are many smaller examples of temple construction that are far better architecturally.

The Sun Temple, Konark

This temple, had it been successfully completed, would have been the biggest temple in India by far. Yet it seems that the conception of the structure exceeded the available structural skill. For even before completion, the foundation of the temple started sinking under the great weight above, and the 200 feet high shikhara could never be finished.

Sun Temple, Konarak

What remains of the temple now is the mandapa, which alone is colossal. The British walled up the interior of the mandapa with rubble to prevent its roof from collapsing.

From the outside, the sun temple is on a large platform, which has on its sides carved wheels. The whole temple was conceived as the vehicle of the Sun. 

The temple at Konark too is ultimately a triumph of sculpture, its great size no deterrent to the skilled stonecutters. Although it takes second place behind Khajuraho, the sculpture at Konark is no less sensuous nor less haunting. 

The Sun Temple, Modhera 

In the middle of the desert in Gujarat lie the haunting remains of what must have been one of the greatest temples of mediaeval India, the Sun temple at Modhera.

Sun Temple , Modhera, GujaratThe most visible and famous ruin at Modhera is that of a ritualistic bathing tank in front of the Sun Temple. This tank, with its pattern of steps, has been the inspiration for many an architectural effort even today. From this tank, a broad flight of steps goes up to the temple itself, through an ornate torana, or gateway.

The torana leads on to the mandapa that forms the heart of the temple. The shafts of the columns of this hall are exquisitely and sensuously carved, almost embroidered.

This temple is little more than a ruin now. Yet the poignant remains are ample testimony to the magnificence that must have been the great Sun Temple of Modhera. 

An Age Ends 

And so ended the Mediaeval Period of temple construction in North India. By this time, raiding parties from across Afghanistan and Persia were beginning to seriously degrade the political stability of the region, with the result that no sustained architectural effort was ever possible again by the Hindu kingdoms of the North.  – See more at:

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Plight of Hindu temples at capital city Islamabad in Pakistan

Plight of Hindu temples at capital city Islamabad in Pakistan
By PHP Staff
Monday, May 02, 2011

( Photo : The last remaining ancient temple near Rawal Lake is in dire need of preservation, Pakistan)

ISLAMABAD : Those who believe Islamabad has no past should do some travelling in the city’s outskirts. They will not only find numerous historical buildings in the half-century old city, which testify to its antiquity, but also discover various artifacts such as fossils in Bagh Jogian village and ancient tools used by the early man in Rawat.

In fact, one does not necessarily have to traverse the outskirts. There are also a number of historical buildings in the main city of which the Rawal Lake temple is a prominent example.

The temple, although on its last legs, exudes presence. It is a rectangular building with two arched openings on its southern side.  There are five flights of steps leading to the garbhagriha, a small unlit shrine where only priests may enter.

The first cusped archway leads to a room which was apparently used as a dharmshala. The dharmshala has one window and one blind arch. The second cusped archway leads to the garbhagriha which is square-shaped. The pyramid shaped shikhara surmounts the garbhagriha. The base of the shikhara is decorated with an inverted lotus, making it seem as if the shikhara were arising out of the lotus bud.

The garbhagriha is embellished with three blind arches. The passageway around the sanctum has two arches, one each on the northern and southern walls. There are also windows with carvings. One can easily imagine the regal culture that must have flourished here in times far gone.

( Photo : A tourist at an old Hindu temple near Islamabad city, Pakistan)

Rawal village is an ancient settlement as can be seen from the painted as well as undecorated potsherds lying at many places. A rock shelter, which is located at the temple’s north, also pays testimony to the fact that prehistoric human beings used it.

A similar shelter can be seen at the back of the National Institute of Health (NIH). Another impressive shelter is situated in G-13, which has unfortunately become a victim of development work. A portion of it has been badly damaged as the developers are unaware of its significance and the city authorities are least concerned about the preservation of such ancient sites.

Before Independence, Hindus predominately inhabited the Rawal village. There were nearly a hundred households in the village, of which only 40 belonged to Muslims. At that time, Ishar Singh was the numbardar (head) of the Rawal village. Some Muslim castes, namely Rajas, also known as Ghakkars or Kiyanis, Syeds, Bafanda, Thakyal Rajputs and Malhar lived in the village.

There were two other temples in Rawal village, one on the opposite side of the existing temple. It had two rooms and eight archways that allowed one to enter the building. After partition, Kashmiri families occupied it. The building was damaged by occupants following the construction of Rawal Dam. It was actually located where the cabins of two persons (Arshad and Sardar) now stand. Until 1980, the eight dats (arches of the temple) were intact.

( Photo : Hindu Temple in Saidpur village at Islamabad, Pakistan)
NOTE : The Saidpur model village preserves a courtyard where three religions co-existed. The gurdwara, meaning doorway to the guru, was a place of worship for Sikhs (left). The Christian church stood opposite it with a Hindu temple (mandir) in the middle at Islamabad, Pakistan.

The other temple, known as the Gurukal temple, was submerged in the Dam water. It was probably a Krishnite temple as those who worship Krishna are called Gokul, of which Gurukul is a phonetic variation. According to Baba Juri of Rawal town who is an old inhabitant of Rawal village, it was a larger building with three rooms comprising the dharmshala. The main chamber of the temple was also more spacious.

These temples now only exist in the memory of old inhabitants.  Before partition, a Samadhi belonging to a Hindu ascetic of the Nath Jogi order was located near the present Rawal Chowk . It was a small, domed structure where Hindu ascetics practised rituals.

There are many other sacred places of Nath jogis, probably used for meditation, in and around Islamabad. Among these, the sacred spaces at Bagh Joghian, which incidentally means ‘orchard of jogis’, are quite prominent. Another place associated with jogis is located just two kilometres west of Bari Imam. Jogis travelling to Taxila and other places stopped there. There is also a Hindu shrine south of the Bari Imam shrine which the late Ahmad Hasan Dani believed could have been another Nath Jogi spiritual site. The area is now deserted.

According to Shah Mehboob of Rawal town, the Samadhi of the Hindu ascetic was painted from inside. Ritual baths were taken in a pond, which does not exist any more.

According to Manzoor alias Baba Juri, Hindu temples also existed in the villages of Chira, Kirpa and Mehran near Pind Beghal in Islamabad.

Today, one finds rubbish inside the main chamber of the Rawal lake temple. The outer wall of the temple has fallen. One wonders if it’s too much to ask of the authorities to save the ancient structure from further damage.

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देसी गायीचे महत्त्व

देसी गायीचे महत्त्व
1) अणु खाद – गाय के सिगों में गोबर भरकर बनाई जाती है I
2) गो सेवा ही नारायण सेवा है I
3) यज्ञ में गोघृत की आहुती डालकर ओझोन लेयर की क्षतीपूर्ती की जा सकती है I
4) गोबर और गोमूत्र श्रेष्ठ उर्वरक है I
5) नेडेप विधी से खाद बनानेपर गोबर की उपयोगीता 120 गुना बढ़ जाती है I
पंचगव्य का उपयोग
1) सात दिन देशी गाय का गोमूत्र से कुल्ला करने से दात का दर्द ठिक हो जाता है I
2) देशी गाय की छांछ सेवन करने से पेट दर्द में आराम मिलता है I
3) पतले दस्त की अवस्था में गोमय स्वरस पीने से आराम मिलता है I
4) इटली के वैज्ञानीक जे.ई. ब्रीगेड ने सिध्द किया है कि, देशी गाय के गोबर से मलेरीया के किटाणू मरते है I
5) देशी गाय का गोमूत्र हररोज सेवन करने से उच्च रक्तदाब में आराम मिलता है I
आयुर्वेदिक घरगुती उपाय
1) कमर दर्द होनेपर बबूल की गोंद को पीस कर चुर्ण बनाए और आधा चम्मच सादे पाणी के साथ सेवन करें I
2) गेहूं का चोकर सेवन करने से मूत्राशय के कॅन्सर का सस्ता उपचार होता है I
3) अलोवेरा का रस थोडा गरम करके कान में डालने से कान दर्द में आराम मिलता है I
4) खरबुज खाने से कावीळ में आराम मिलता है I
5) रोज के खाने में लहसुन का समावेश करने से बाल झडना बंद होता है I
भाई राजीव दिक्षीत
1) दोपहर को खाना खाने के तुरंत बाद आराम करे, 45 से 50 मिनट तक आराम करे या सो जाइएं I
2) रात को भोजन के बाद कम से कम 500 कदम चलें I
3) दही को कभी भी नमक के साथ न खायें I
4) दही के साथ मिठी चीजें जैसे गुड, शक्कर खा सकते है I
5) दूध की चिज के साथ नमक की चिज न खायें I

Krishnapriya Goshala's photo.
Krishnapriya Goshala's photo.
Krishnapriya Goshala's photo.
Krishnapriya Goshala's photo.
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Modern Cravings for an Ancient Treasure

Modern Cravings for an Ancient Treasure

Billions of dollars worth of ancient treasure was recently discovered in the ancient Padmanabhaswamy Temple at Thiruvananthapuram in the Indian State of Kerala. The ancient wealth comprising up of sacks of diamonds, gold coins, sparkling jewels, gold statues of gods and goddesses studded with diamonds and other precious stones – all lay hidden for centuries inside the secret vaults of this ancient temple. Initially estimated to be around $22 billion, its actual market value today is expected to be much much more than that because of the antique nature of the treasure. And all this only from the so far opened five vaults, and there remain even more securely sealed other vaults which are yet to be opened and inventoried, and again all this just from one temple whose wealth had to be valued based on a petition regarding the safety and security of the temple property.

All this started when a lawyer petitioned to the court requesting for the government to take over the temple because of lack of security at the temple to protect its ancient wealth. The temple is currently controlled by the descendants of the Royal family of the erstwhile Travancore Kingdom which ruled the region in the ancient times. The City of Thiruvananthapuram itself got its name from this temple Anantha Padmanabhaswamy Temple. Thiru-anantha-puram means the “Abode of Lord Ananta”. The Supreme Court, based on the petition filed by the lawyer, first ordered to create an inventory of all the wealth inside the temple, during the process of which, the ancient vaults were opened one after the other, and the ancient treasure discovered.

Now that this massive wealth has been discovered inside the temple, there have been numerous suggestions coming in to USE this wealth to numerous social and national causes like to

  • Alleviate Poverty
  • Construct Roads
  • Build Infrastructure
  • Payback government debt
  • and what not….
The question is, What Right do we have to SPEND the savings of the ancients which DOES NOT belong to us. Had the ancients preserved this wealth and written a will saying it should be used by Indians in the 21st century? No, right? So if it belongs to us, then it belongs to all our future generations as well.

Archaeological, Historical, Cultural and Heritage Value of the Ancient Wealth

The most important point to be noted here is that, this ancient treasure is infinitely more valued than the mere present market value of the metallic or precious stone content in it. Just look at its antique nature. Centuries old ornaments, jewels, statues – the divinity associated with it – isn’t this a symbol of our rich ancient heritage and culture? Shouldn’t we be preserving and protecting it. Isn’t it our duty to safeguard it and pass on to future generations as a rich symbol of our ancient culture? Look how safely the Royal Family itself has preserved and protected this wealth for centuries, generations after generations. They didn’t use it ever in all these generations claiming any right over the wealth. How can we today claim the right on this wealth just because the temple lies inside the geography of a country governed by elected representatives who in the name of jurisdiction want to claim and take over all non-personal wealth inside its boundaries? Democracy doesn’t mean the right to loot any wealth discovered in any part of the geography, isn’t it?

Preservation of the Ancient Heritage

If this treasure had been discovered in any other country, then they would have immediately declared it a national heritage and would have taken all steps to ensure its safety and preserved it for future generations. They would have built secure museums and put selected items on display so that the present generations can proudly take note of and remember their rich ancient history and heritage.

Just go around in this country once and take a look at the pathetic state of most of the ancient temples and sites spread across this nation. Except for a popular few, we dont even do proper maintenance of the thousands of the ancient temples and historical sites across the country. In almost every ancient temple or site I have visited so far, I have seen broken statues lying in the open exposed to sun, rain and heat. Cracked walls, falling ceilings, encroached areas, broken statues are all a common scene at most of these sites. Nobody is there to stop you even if you take away some of the ancient antiques at these sites. There is simply no security in these places. I am sure most of the ancient antiques have already been taken away, smuggled and sold off in the international market for high prices by antique thieves.

In many sites there is not even proper display of notes about the history and legacy of these ancient sites. Very little maintenance is done to preserve the walls from falling apart. Some of the sites are used by local population to play cards, by children as play areas, and so on. If it were in any other civilized country, each such site would have been well protected, antiques well preserved, and these sites would be marketed as major tourist spots, educating the tourists about the ancient history and heritage of the site, spreading awareness among the masses about the rich history.

It has been a well known fact that most of the ancient sites like Hampi have been famous for drug peddling – a lot of foreign tourists flock here to buy and consume drugs illegally. All kind of illegal activities are alleged to be taking place around these ancient sites. Illegal construction activities around these ancient heritage sites are so much that, some heritage sites have even been threatened of losing their heritage site status owing to these illegal encroachments and constructions.

Minja Yang, a representative of UNESCO had to say this about her visit to Hampi.

“It was more shocking when I was offered drugs during my visit to the island. I also spoke to some of the other tourists in that area who confirmed that drugs were being sold here.”

So given the fact that we don’t even have the basic courtesy of preserving our ancient heritage, what right do we have to use the ancient wealth for our selfish needs and live a parasitic life on the earnings of the ancients?

Ancient Wealth and Treasure – Belongs to all Future Generations

The wealth our ancestors preserved which are now centuries old, belong to all future generations and all generations have equal right over it. Every generation hence has only the right to preserve it and pass on to its future generation intact. No generation has any right to consume it. We already have plundered natural resources, spoiled and polluted the beauty of this planet, caused thousands of of species to become extinct and there by have deprived all the future generations of the beauty and nature of this wonderful planet. We have deprived our future generations of access to clean air and clean water. Future generations can rightly hold our generations guilty of nature crime.

Given the sad state of misuse of nature by our generations, how can we claim the right to spend the savings of our ancestors? If we want to build good roads and public infrastructure in this country, then we have to earn that money and spend it – not loot the ancient treasure to build roads today.

Are we a country of totally disabled people who cannot earn to shape their future and solve their current economic problems?

Who created the poverty in the country today? Is the ancient royal family of Travancore responsible for the poverty in the country today? If we are to address the poverty in the country today, then all those suggesting to use the temple wealth to eradicate poverty, should first show the guts to go and recover all the illegally earned wealth stashed at the homes and bank accounts of corrupt politicians and public servants in this country. This wealth acquired by corruption rightly belongs to our generation, and is also responsible for the poverty in our society and for the bad state of public infrastructure. It is the illegally earned money from the taxes our present generation has been paying.

So if we really need treasure or wealth to address our economic problems today, then that wealth lies in the homes and bank vaults of corrupt netas and babus, not in the secret vaults of ancient temples and palaces.

How many of us know the fact that during the 1962 War of India with China, the government of India persuaded another ancient Hindu Temple at Guruvayoor in the same state of Kerala to transfer huge quantity of Gold to the Central government? Was that Gold ever returned back? Does governance mean the right to claim on all non-personal wealth irrespective of its heritage value? Are we saying that our ancients should pay for our inability to develop our society or to secure our national boundaries? Does it work like this in other countries who are proud of their heritage?

We only need the wealth of the ancient temples, but do not want to protect, preserve and maintain these ancient monuments and heritage sites. That speaks volumes about the mental status of our present society.

Materialistic Outlook of Ancient Heritage

How can we become so materialistic, that we look at the value of this ancient treasure in mere numbers of the present market value of the metallic content and the precious stones in it? Isn’t it an invaluable wealth representing our ancient history and heritage, isn’t it of an antique value which speaks volumes about the past of a society and culture? A culture where in the society then preserved valuables with painstaking efforts so that the future generations can be proud of it. A culture where in the society was known to preserve and worship nature, instead of plundering and polluting it. A culture where spirituality in life was more important than luxury and lavishness. A culture were savings took priority and overspending was unknown.

We today are a society which is in total contrast to all the values and systems of that ancient culture which raised and preserved this wealth. What right do we have to spend their hard earned wealth to address our self created problems in the society today? What would have we done if this treasure was not there in the first place, if the ancients had not saved and preserved this wealth in the first place? Then would we have not made any efforts to eradicate poverty and build roads? If not for this discovered wealth, would we have continued to live as an under developed society?

We should be ashamed of ourselves knowing that our ancients were able to so well manage their society and economics and prosper – that they were able to save so much of wealth and treasure and maintain it for so many centuries – and today we are like beggars and parasites flocking around its current market value – ignoring its antique, archaeological, heritage value – debating how and on what to spend it.

Are we a disabled society with no means to earn wealth on our own to solve the problems that WE have created? The ancients saved so much for us to inherit. What are we saving for our future generations to inherit from us? Bad roads, poverty, national debt, pollution, corruption, misgovernance, plundering of nature, deforestation, ill maintained heritage sites – these are what our future generations will inherit from us. And on top of that, we today want to deny them also the inheritance of the ancient treasure which WE DID NOT CREATE in the first place.

What would have we done if the secret vaults of the temple where the treasure was discovered only contained statues of clay and stone instead of gold and diamonds? Wouldn’t we have simply ignored it to lie there without preserving it any further or providing any security to it, just like we have been doing at most other sites. Is there nothing called respect and value for its heritage and cultural importance? Do we only look at its monetary value?

Shame on us as a nation, Shame on us as a society. If we really want to solve all the economic problems in the country, eradicate poverty in the society – then we should show the guts to recover all the ill earned wealth by the politicians and public servants today – for that wealth truly belongs to our generation – is looted from the tax payers money of our generation.

Just look at the way how even in British Museum they have preserved all the ancient Indian antiques which Britishers had taken away from India during the colonial rule. If that had been not taken away by the British, and if it were to be discovered today inside some secret vault of some ancient Temple or Palace, then there would have been cries to sell them off too to eradicate poverty, build roads and to do all other kinds of nonsense. We would have sold off Kohinoor diamond, Peacock throne and everything to give more contracts to build roads, on poverty eradication programmes – so that more people can get in and share the loot in the name of these programmes.

Has anybody ever calculated how many billion people could have been lifted out of poverty if all the money spent so far since Independence in India had been really put to use to eradicate poverty? Why are there still so many poor in the country today?

In Kananda there is a proverb, Yaardo Dhuddu Yallamman Jaatre – people are always ready to make merry if the expenses are taken care of by somebody else. In the western countries, billionaires like Warren Buffet, Bill Gates all donate almost all their wealth for social causes. Gates foundation is donating a lot even within India for various social causes. How many of our own corporate houses have done this in India? Well, they are busy building the most luxurious homes on this planet for themselves. We are not a charitable society ourselves today, how can we claim the right to use the ancient wealth for charitable causes today?

Why don’t we show the same enthusiasm when it comes to preserve the symbols of our ancient heritage? Why are we silent when the Ancient Ramsethu is to be destroyed because of the Sethusamudram project? We are ready to destroy and sell anything and everything if we are going to make a few bucks out of it. Just because it is economically viable can you see an ancient site being destroyed in any other part of the world? It happens only in India.

How different are we then from the Taliban who destroyed the ancient Bamiyan Buddha statues in Afghanistan other than the fact that they did it to satisfy their fanaticism and hatred in the disguise of religion, and we are doing it to satisfy our greed for wealth and money under the disguise of development and progress.

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श्री शिवरायांच्या जन्मा पासून ते मृत्यू पावेतो,संपूर्ण ५ + दशकात, एकदाही दुष्काळ पडला नाही ०

केवळ आपल्या ज्ञानवृद्धि साठीच ०
There were many famines in Maharashtra ,in the recorded history !
Millions of people ,animals perished in these worst famines !
But believe it or NOT ,
During the period fo Shree Shavaji , for almost 50 + years ,
आपल्या महाराष्ट्रात,इतिहासात, भयंकर महा दुष्काळ होऊन ,लक्षावधी लोक ,प्राणी मरण पावले०
*`दुर्गादेवीचा दुष्काळ ` हा १३९६ ते १४०७ पर्यंत पडला ०
पाउस नाही ,पाणी नाही ,पिके नाहीत ;गावे ओस पडली ०
*त्यापेक्षाही भयंकर दुष्काळ `दामाजी पंताचा ` १४६० साली ०
दामाजी पंतानी सरकारी धान्य कोठारे उघडून प्रजेस धान्य विनामुल्य वाटले०
आणि ते अजरामर झाले ०
त्यानंतर देखील काही महा भयंकर दुष्काळ पडले ०
*श्री शिवरायांच्या जन्मा पूर्वी ,म्हणजे १६२४ ते १६२६ मध्ये एक दुष्काळ पडला ०
*१८ व्या १९व्या आणि २० व्या शतकात देखील काही मोठे दुष्काळ पडले ०
*गेल्या पिढीतील मंडळीना १८९६ चा दुष्काळ आठवे ०
*शिवाय १९४४ चा देखील ०
*१९७३ /७४ मध्ये देखील दुष्काळ पडला होता ०
परंतु हे सर्व चऱ्हांट सांगायचे कारण वेगळेच आहे ०
विश्वास ठेवा अथवा ठेऊ नका ०
परंतु श्री शिवरायांच्या जन्मा पासून ते मृत्यू पावेतो,संपूर्ण ५ + दशकात,
एकदाही दुष्काळ पडला नाही ०
मोंगल ,आदिलशाह प्रमाणे ,तो दुष्काळ देखील ,
श्री शिवबाना घाबरून ,गायब झाला !
अफझल खानाप्रमाणेच ,
महाराज , वाघ नखाने आपला कोथळा फाडतील ,
याची त्या दुष्काळास १०० % खात्री होती ०
५६ इंच छाती फुगवून म्हणा ,
!! जय भवानी जय शिवाजी !!

केवळ आपल्या ज्ञानवृद्धि साठीच ०
There were many famines in Maharashtra ,in the recorded history !
Millions of people ,animals perished in these worst famines !
But believe it or NOT ,
During the period fo Shree Shavaji , for almost 50 + years ,
आपल्या महाराष्ट्रात,इतिहासात, भयंकर महा दुष्काळ होऊन ,लक्षावधी लोक ,प्राणी मरण पावले०
*`दुर्गादेवीचा दुष्काळ ` हा १३९६ ते १४०७ पर्यंत पडला ०
पाउस नाही ,पाणी नाही ,पिके नाहीत ;गावे ओस पडली ०
*त्यापेक्षाही भयंकर दुष्काळ `दामाजी पंताचा ` १४६० साली ०
दामाजी पंतानी सरकारी धान्य कोठारे उघडून प्रजेस धान्य विनामुल्य वाटले०
आणि ते अजरामर झाले ०
त्यानंतर देखील काही महा भयंकर दुष्काळ पडले ०
*श्री शिवरायांच्या जन्मा पूर्वी ,म्हणजे १६२४ ते १६२६ मध्ये एक दुष्काळ पडला ०
*१८ व्या १९व्या आणि २० व्या शतकात देखील काही मोठे दुष्काळ पडले ०
*गेल्या पिढीतील मंडळीना १८९६ चा दुष्काळ आठवे ०
*शिवाय १९४४ चा देखील ० 
*१९७३ /७४ मध्ये देखील दुष्काळ पडला होता ०
परंतु हे सर्व चऱ्हांट सांगायचे कारण वेगळेच आहे ०
विश्वास ठेवा अथवा ठेऊ नका ०
परंतु श्री शिवरायांच्या जन्मा पासून ते मृत्यू पावेतो,संपूर्ण ५ + दशकात, 
एकदाही दुष्काळ पडला नाही ०
मोंगल ,आदिलशाह प्रमाणे ,तो दुष्काळ देखील ,
 श्री शिवबाना घाबरून ,गायब झाला !
अफझल खानाप्रमाणेच ,
महाराज , वाघ नखाने आपला कोथळा फाडतील ,
याची त्या दुष्काळास १०० % खात्री होती ० 
५६ इंच छाती फुगवून म्हणा ,
!! जय भवानी जय शिवाजी !!
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Aryabhatta (476-550 CE)

Aryabhatta (476-550 CE) the first in a long line of great Mathematician/ Astronomers of India calculated that the circumference of the Earth was 4967 yojanas and its diameter as 1581 1/24 yojanas. Since 1 yojana = 5 miles this gives the circumference as 24,835 miles, which is an excellent approximation and just 70 miles short of the currently accepted modern value of 24,902 miles ! In metric terms he said the Earth’s circumference was 39,998 km which is very close to the present figure that is 40,076 ! He did this all with no modern equipment & based on just Mathematical calculations. He also calculated the rotation of the earth around it’s axis in reference to the fixed stars as 23 hours, 56 minutes, and 4.1 seconds. The modern value is 23:56:4.091 !… Similarly, his value for the length of the sidereal year at 365 days, 6 hours, 12 minutes, and 30 seconds (365.25858 days) is an error of just 3 minutes and 20 seconds over the length of a year (365.25636 days) ! Would love to know how many of you were taught this in school ?

Thangavelan Sivakumar's photo.
Thangavelan Sivakumar's photo.
I took this from Wiki “Aryabhata mentions in the Aryabhatiya that it was composed 3,600 years into the Kali Yuga, when he was 23 years old. This corresponds to 499 CE, and implies that he was born in 476 “…
In addition to discovering Zero & approximating the Earth’s Circumference, Aryabhatta also unravelled the value of Pi. Aryabhata said this in his “Aryabhattiyam” :
“Hundred plus four, multiplied by eight and added to sixty-two thousand, that is the nea
rly approximate measure of a circle, whose diameter is 20000.”
Thus we should have:
‘pi’= {(100+4) ×8 + 62000} ÷ 20000= {832 + 62000}÷ 20000= 62832÷ 20000= 3.1416.
If you look up the value of ‘pi’ in any modern text book, you will find the value to be:
‘pi’= 3.14159265
So how wrong do you think Aryabhata’s calculation of ‘pi’ was when compared to the value of ‘pi’ as we know it today? In other words what was the margin of error in Aryabhata’s estimate? Let’s work that out:
error= (3.1416 – 3.14159265) ÷ 3.14159265 = 0.00000735 ÷ 3.14159265 = 0.000002339577
That leaves us with an error of only 2.339577 out of 10,00,000! That was an incredible feat nearly 1500 years ago !
Jessie Mercay Was it Aryabhata or Mayasura (architect and sage Brahmarishi Mayan) who actually did this math in his “Surya Siddhanta.” Mayan in his Surya Siddhanta developed advanced mathematics, estimated the circumference of planets to very close accuracy , etc. Aryabhata often got credit for Mayan’s work but he was simply copying much older texts that were composed by Mayan. It is clear in the Surya Siddhanta (which is a far older work than Aryabhatas works) that Mayan, called Mayasura, is the author and rishi who cognized the related sciences. It is also clear that the “sun God” referred to in the Siddhanta is not a so-called god of the sun but the Luminous supreme being. Mayan is addressed by the Luminous being and is told that his luminosity is so great that he will speak through the “man who is like him” so that Mayan will not be overwhelmed. That “man” is actually Mayans Atman. Mayan wrote that the Atman is a replica of the Universal Supreme Being and is contained in the cave of the heart of living beings. So, the “man” gave Mayan the knowledge found in the Surya Siddhanta. Later in the text Mayan refers to the sun god as omniscient one. There is only one “omniscient one (omniscient means all pervasive – pervades everything). there is only one omniscient one and that is the Supreme Being who Mayan refers to in other writings. So, mayan directly cognized the mathematics (including trig and calculus) as well as numerous phenomen in the physical world. He used these cognitions on the unmanifest and manifest operation of pure energy to create his Vaastu Shastras on architecture. In addition to applying this manifestation process architecture (vibrating architecture) he applied it to dance, poetry, music, sculpture and other fields. He is the master behind these fields and the Supreme Being is the source. This is the reason that the Vishwakarma builders of ancient times were able to encode amazing scientific principles into the stone temples and icons. For example, do a search on the Sun temple at Konark. You will find that the chariot wheels at the temple are actually very sophisticated sun-dials accurate to the minute. theya re attributed to astronomers but were actually designed and carved by Vishwakarmas who, by there training, were experts in astronomy, mathematics, engineering, scuplture etc. The Vishwakarmas were the sages of ancient India. What I am speaking of is reflected in the Vedic statement “Anoraniyan, Mahato Mahiyan.”
Contained in this statemen is the concept of the very smallest particle (anu) and the greatest particle (paramanu). the smallest particle is Atman – which is a replica of Paramanu.
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लीजिए, ये तथाकथित संघी साहित्य देख लीजिए :-

लीजिए, ये तथाकथित संघी साहित्य देख लीजिए :-

1. History and Geography of India : by Joseph Typhentheller – सन 1785 की लिखी ।
राम जन्मस्थान स्थित मंदिर को गिराकर बाबर ने उसी मंदिर के स्तंभों का उपयोग करके मस्जिद बनाई… हिंदुओं ने हार मानने से इनकार कर दिया और मुगलों के कई प्रयासों के बावजूद लगातार संघर्ष जारी रहा |

2. Gazeteers of the Province of Oundh – सन 1877 का ।
जाँच से सिद्ध होता है कि मुगलों ने अयोध्या में कम से कम तीन प्रमुख हिन्दू मंदिर नेस्तनाबूद किए और उस ज़मीन पर मस्जिदें बनाईं, बाबर ने राम जन्मभूमि पर 1528 में मस्जिद बनाई |

3. Faizabad Settlement Report – सन 1880 का

अंग्रेज जिला अधिकारी की रिपोर्ट यह सुनिश्चित करती है कि 1528 में बाबर ने राम जन्मस्थान पर स्थित मंदिर को गिराकर मस्जिद बनाई थी |

इसके अलावा :-
1. Travel Report : by William Finch – 1608-11
2. Historical Sketch of Faizabad ; by P.Carnegy – 1870
3. Imperial Gazeteer of Faizabad – 1881
4. Babar Nama (English) : by Enete Beberis – 1920
5. Archeological Survey of India – 1934
6. Ayodhya ; by Hans Becker – 1984
7. Ram Janmbhumi V/s Babary Musjid : by Coenrad Elst – 1990

इन सभी पुस्तकों में हमलावर, आतंकी और अतिक्रमणकारी बाबर ने राम मंदिर तोड़ा, ऐसा लिखा है लेकिन “प्रगतिशीलों”(??) का दुर्भाग्य देखिए कि इनमें से एक भी लेखक “संघी” नहीं है |