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Please refer to Sri Kota venkatachalam's works on dating of Indian astronomers. He says he composed Siddanta siromani in 1036 of saka nripa kaala. The era of coronation of saka nripa was 583 B.C & hence BhaskaraCharya was in the year 453 C.E. & not in 1114 C.E.

Please see
bharatkalyan97DOTblogspotDOTcom
/2015/08/the-chronology-of-ancient-india-victim.html?m=1

Why you do not want me to publish reference links ?

Date of Bhaskaracharya by Ramakrishna KRamakrishna K, 08 Sep 2019 00:47
Srikantan (guest) 07 Sep 2019 10:14
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Nice karma seva. Keep it up

by Srikantan (guest), 07 Sep 2019 10:14

It is unfortunate that so-called scholars abuse their positions and recklessly accept abominable views which denigrate Hindus. readings of the judeo-christian critiques would show that the mainstream ignore their major flaws. These views should be rebutted forcefully. Hindus are passive by historical colonial domination. The untruths spread by Indian parties for their own gains should never be used as scholarly sources of reference. The marxist views and the downplaying of Hindu values to appease other countries and their religions for diplomatic purposes by neo-Western 'leaders' right from independence is a shameful reflection of the moral bankruptcy of these founding fathers who dominated the political scene for generations. Hindus need to stand up, like Chinese (communists), and Muslims, so that they are not oppressed like the blacks were in this post racial society which still exposes major flaws, far beyond this problem. Thank you for a fine article.

We came to the west with innocence only to be stereotyped as Apus in the Simpsons.
Australia is less overt and Indians less aware.
The UK also has its racial agendas.
RAcism pervades societies in the west on many levels and we accept subordinate roles in these unwelcoming societies. If we are lucky we cry all the way to the bank. If not, we just cry.

To be precise, the karmic response is not based on a tit-for-tat equation. Karma is not action alone, but it includes the intention behind the action. Thus, the response would be based on these two factors. For instance, one may do something kind to someone, but the intention is due to some favor in return. Though this action is sounds good in the surface, but it do not have the same merit as we would expect on a kind action.

The ultimate objective of Karma is not to punish someone, but rather to make the person learn from the actions and evolve to a higher level of consciousness.

Freejo (guest) 02 Jun 2019 12:36
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If I throw a boomerang, it will come back to me after X seconds of time, predicted by physical laws of material nature.
But if I kill a person, when will I be killed? Will I be killed in this birth or next or 10 births after that? What law predicts that?
If I slap a person, his three teeth were gone. He slapped me back, my only one teeth is gone. Why such injustice? Who decides the equal reaction happened to my action?

by Freejo (guest), 02 Jun 2019 12:36
Divya (guest) 29 May 2019 23:52
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@manasseh
Dear sir,
Kindly re read the article ,the concept has been clearly mentioned and is called samvatsara.

by Divya (guest), 29 May 2019 23:52

Could it be a solarmininova, the timescale seems too fit?

by Erik (guest), 30 Dec 2018 21:24
vinesh (guest) 07 Dec 2018 14:13
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very good article supported by comments from V Sampathkumar
It is something we all hindus and our offspring shall know and follow

by vinesh (guest), 07 Dec 2018 14:13
I J Gupta (guest) 30 Nov 2018 18:52
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Interesting to know the meaning of Chhanda which is skill, desire and metrical rules poetry writing. Knowledge of chhandas makes a person adept to write appealing poetry. Oh! that's why listening vedic sanskrit hymns one is absorbed.

by I J Gupta (guest), 30 Nov 2018 18:52
Aanjaneya (guest) 29 Oct 2018 00:51
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How to write Date of birth 9 April 2009 in sanskrit

by Aanjaneya (guest), 29 Oct 2018 00:51
surinder rawat (guest) 15 Sep 2018 15:56
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Picked from the Deebris of Historica; era ,a unknown mile stone, shapped into a beautiful,polised gem diamond cartvedfr out fom Information available on the archaeological and inscriptional evidence availbe on Wkipedia ,it can be presumed that wandering Rishs from Sawastu Sawat,Puskalvati पुष्कलावती नगरी)- Lotus City, Purushapura (Peshawar) reached Vedic Kingdom at Bhramstan ( Bamiya ), who attempted to transit the the orally sung remembered from fore fathers, from “ listen-Aurti called Srutis (heard) to it being recited.Vaktru by Smriti (remembered of orally remembere”,the Rishis Deva Veda Gyanis hymns (R V matras) in coniferous wedge marks script on clay tablets and into final evolution in Bhrami Siddam Script ,though Pusto (Paktha ), Baluchi tribal Zarta priest attempted the RV transliteration in Gandhari Khatoprsi was beiong aattemted in Balkh 'Bahika' (बाह्लीक)

by surinder rawat (guest), 15 Sep 2018 15:56

The Malay word 'waris' is similar to the pronunciation as in Sanskrit and Tamil compared to Arabic 'warith'. Therefore it is obviously from Sanskrit.

Re: waris by mvishnumvishnu, 26 Aug 2018 10:31
RAJENDRA (guest) 24 Aug 2018 10:27
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HINDUAIAM IS BELIVED TO BE THE OLDEST FAITH IN THE WORLD. MANY OF THE COUNTRIES HAVE HINDU TEMPLES IN OLDEN TIMES BUT HINDUS DID NOT HARRESED THE LOCAL POPULATION TO HAVE HINDU TEMPLES. MOST OF OTHER FAITH BELIVES TO CONVERT PEOPLE OF OTHER FAITH SOME BY FORCE AND SOME BY GIVEING THEM MONEY AND OTHER FACILITY OF LIFE. HINDS DO NOT BELIVE IN CONVERTING PEOPLE FROM OTHER FAITH. FORCING PEOPLE TO CONVERT TO THEIR FAITH BY FORCE IS NOT EVIL BUT BUTAL. THE UNEVERSE BELONGS TO EVERY FAITH. UNIVERSE DOES NOT BELONG TO ONE FAITH. THOSE WHO BELIVES THE UNIVERSE BELONG TO ONLY ONE FAITH MUST BE LIVING IN DREAMS. LONG LIVE HINDUSUM. HINDUSIAM IS THE PIONEER OF BELIEF IN FAITH. JAI HIND.

by RAJENDRA (guest), 24 Aug 2018 10:27
Pundek (guest) 27 Jul 2018 18:36
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Initially, I believed the list as 100% accurate.
After seeing the words "waris" and "sahabat" (which originated from Arabic), I sense some insincerity of the person who compiled or listed these words and the accuracy is doubtful. Just because it sounds similar does not means it is the same. This is called as "etyMYTHology", note the word myth there. It is like the word "Abrigado" in Portuguese and "Arigato" in Japanese, both of these words have the same meaning, which is "Thank you", but that does not means the Japanese copied from the Portuguese, or the Portuguese copied from the Japanese. It is just coincident.

by Pundek (guest), 27 Jul 2018 18:36
R K Jaggi (guest) 20 Jul 2018 03:04
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Katha Upanishad Translation by Eknath Easwaran

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this article, it is enlightening. The author thoroughly explained the true core of this upnishad by detailing the last boon of Nachiketas. His third boon which is the real reason for this upnishad dealt with the comparison of the pleasant and the lasting goodness in the choices we make in life. The one who goes after the pleasures in life falls short compared the the one who chooses good to last for as long as possible. The good choice helps the individual as well as the society around him. This has been well presented here.

by R K Jaggi (guest), 20 Jul 2018 03:04
Reuben (guest) 19 Jul 2018 18:36
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Western linguistic theories actually quite works on studying Malayo Polynesian language family. It has not been debunked yet and I'm already discover that Malay language share many similarites in term of vocalbulary and grammar with other relatives. There is no doubt that nearly half of Malay vocalbulary are borrowed from other language family but do all language around the world really descended from Sanskrit? That's would be a rhetorical questions that will brings up some fiery debate between ultranationalist and scholars.

by Reuben (guest), 19 Jul 2018 18:36
surinder rawat (guest) 12 Jul 2018 14:24
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Since the purest gems lie hidden in the bottom of the ocean or in the depth of rocks & one has to dive into the ocean or delve into the rocks to find them out. Similar truth lies
Concealed in the available text history which needs to be interpolated withim historical passage of time (tomb -mile) stones that has become obsolete. Attempt to learn to interpolate the historical Time-Era mile stones before the truth is discoversed

by surinder rawat (guest), 12 Jul 2018 14:24
surinder rawat (guest) 12 Jul 2018 14:22
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,The first part of the name” Bam “ is derived from the name Bam, a city built by Parthian kings during the Persian rule in present day Iran . while “ yan “ is derived from Himalyan ,a mountain range , meaning a city in close to Himalayan mountain ranges. In the Bam type urbanization on Bam-yan situated on the foot his of various Himalayan is on the mid point on the major trade route , linking various tribes,culture connecting Bam to Bamiyan.

by surinder rawat (guest), 12 Jul 2018 14:22
surinder rawat (guest) 12 Jul 2018 14:14
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1 Though the cause of the destruction of the Sindhu regions (around 1700 BCE) is debatable, although evidence suggests it was caused by natural disasters (especially flooding or tetonic disaster ) changed the course of anciemt Saraswati, Suvastu (Swat Valley: ) Avestan Haraxvatī in Paramdesh (Greek Paropamisadse ) Upganistan (Afganistan )
2 Attempts to script of R V epic hymns,mantras recited in the Prakit Vedic Sanskrit language & Srutis (heard) Aurti( listened) and recited"by Smriti (remembered ) Vaktru "by Rishis,Mubi,Sages from Suvāstu ( Swat Valley at Bhrami( Bamiyan) river plateau for a creative assembly
3 Collecting information from records for the Vedic Afghan history from the primary materials that are scattered and poorly preserved,for a creative assembly , Though the distance of time blurs our view of the of Bamiya Rishis Munis who appear to have lived on river terraces and inhabited caves and rock shelters(before advent of Budhisim )
4 . During the 1500 to 500 BCE. time period, the told tales of gods and wars by Mandalas of .Rish Ved ( Gayan) was eventually sophisticated and developed in Bamiyan " kingdom of Vedic Brahmans,"
5 Collecting information from records for the Vedic Afghan history from the primary materials that are scattered and poorly preserved,

by surinder rawat (guest), 12 Jul 2018 14:14
Akshay Parulekar (guest) 12 Jun 2018 19:55
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please provide reference from Vedic Scripture.

by Akshay Parulekar (guest), 12 Jun 2018 19:55
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