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rao (guest) 18 Nov 2020 14:37
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kripya hindhi me lihe , hindhi pade wale jada hai, hindi bhasha kar gaurav hona chahioya

by rao (guest), 18 Nov 2020 14:37
rao (guest) 18 Nov 2020 14:35
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apni hindhu dharma kibhasha hindhi hai, agar aap hindhi me likhte to akand bharat vashi apka lekh padte, per apne shirf english bhasa me likha is karan sirf english ke jankar hi padenge, baki nahi? aur hindhi bhasha padne wale jada hai, hindime likhege to abahot achha rahega.

by rao (guest), 18 Nov 2020 14:35
Nitin (guest) 16 Nov 2020 07:36
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Hi. I think what he meant to say that events are cyclic no the time. Time is constant as I thought which I also doubt, but the events are definitely cyclic.

by Nitin (guest), 16 Nov 2020 07:36
Nitin (guest) 16 Nov 2020 07:31
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After reading so many comments here, I realized that it is impossible for us to know the exact numbers and calculations. But to answer your question, I think yes it matches with dwapar yuga. Kalyug started approximately 5100 years before after Krishna's death by a hunter. So I believe yes I can add more 4600 to it. Time is a very complex concept. Learn what you can. Don't believe western calculations. British cheated us and now we fools are living their life, talking their language, eating their food, all of which corrupted our mind and body. Our veda and purans have extreme knowledge if one is interested in knowing. It's just that we always connect everything with religion and god. Don't do that, please. Just try to see things as they are. Things are really mind-blowing.

Thanks for this great blog. Actually I read 2 para and I was intrigued so I started reading comment first. I landed on this page while I was reading another blog on vedic planatery system. It also mentioned space time theory according veda. So I searched alternately and landed here. Seems super interesting. I have read many calculations but things are not for our mind to comprehend. It is too deep.

by Nitin (guest), 16 Nov 2020 07:31
Suraj k ratti (guest) 07 Nov 2020 14:33
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Mr a hitler would been the dictator of india indo sanskrit leader by hook and nook transformed it

by Suraj k ratti (guest), 07 Nov 2020 14:33
Viswanathan Sundaram (guest) 26 Oct 2020 19:15
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One of the most clearly written articles on this topic.

However, I have 2 questions in our Sankalpam

1. We are in the 51st year of Brahma. Shweta Varaha kalpe… Refers to the first Kalpa out of 30.Cyclically, 12 cycles have to complete to begin the next year of Brahma. Why is there no specific call out for the Brahma's month. i.e. how to differentiate is Sweta Varaha Kalpa represents the first day of first or second or which of the 12 cycles needed

2. We are in the first Quarter of Kali yuga is called out. However after that we jump straight into the 60 year cycle for the names of the years. If Kali Yuga is broken down into 60 year cycles, then this indication of which 60 year cycle we are in seems important. If we take 3102 BCE as the start of Kali Yuga, 85 cycles are completed

For a system that goes to great length to specify the exact details of time… The above to gaps seem problematic.

Seeking answers. My humble apologies if my interpretation is incorrect and seek to stand corrected.

by Viswanathan Sundaram (guest), 26 Oct 2020 19:15
Suraj k ratti (guest) 22 Oct 2020 13:35
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When I had speech impediment yes but I was good maths I discovered yes maths nothing else maths but my dad his sister in England had ruined my big dream when I was kid I told everybody I was recarnation on as maya ratti when I grew up computing engineering involved maths

by Suraj k ratti (guest), 22 Oct 2020 13:35
Suraj k ratti (guest) 14 Oct 2020 23:10
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Oh yes my friends the bible mahabharat and the ramayan bible ki kaniya are truly wonderful stories

by Suraj k ratti (guest), 14 Oct 2020 23:10
Suraj k ratti (guest) 14 Oct 2020 23:07
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And the rest is history

by Suraj k ratti (guest), 14 Oct 2020 23:07
Suraj k ratti (guest) 14 Oct 2020 23:06
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It was rajiv gandhi the pm of india said to ramanand sagar the bollywood director to produce the sanskrit epic the ramayan series starring arun govil deepika chikhalia arvind trivedi

by Suraj k ratti (guest), 14 Oct 2020 23:06
Suraj k ratti (guest) 14 Oct 2020 23:03
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I hate nehru did. Not ancestors were hindus for accepting the Muslim faith indira gandhi should married hindu she married parsi rajiv gandhi married stupid Catholic lady antanio maino didn't antanio maino did not realise her ancestors were. Sanskrit

by Suraj k ratti (guest), 14 Oct 2020 23:03
Suraj k ratti (guest) 14 Oct 2020 22:56
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I hate nehru and his indira gandhi the daughter for not accepting sanskrit into the cirriculum nehru the first pm of india the name nehru is not at all it is kaul nehru. The beloved nehru the first pm of india name kaul nehru is from kashmir and then the kaul was dropped from nehru can anyone tell this stupid family ruling vast nation like india

by Suraj k ratti (guest), 14 Oct 2020 22:56
uthiayakumar (guest) 11 Oct 2020 05:52
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good.

by uthiayakumar (guest), 11 Oct 2020 05:52
Marcus (guest) 26 Sep 2020 16:36
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This website is amazing! I've known about the chakra system, yet I still learned more from this text.
I bookmarked the site after reading the first couple of lines.
Keep it up! Keep bringing the knowledge. I don't know who is in charge of this site, but God bless you.
- Marcus

by Marcus (guest), 26 Sep 2020 16:36
Nitha Sashidharan (guest) 24 Aug 2020 04:36
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Hello,

It's a simple and nice read.

You also mentioned about the Varnashrama being an 'ideal' system- I agree. But, it has not got diluted in the present yuga. It still exists, where we have people in the intelligentsia stage, in the ruling stage, in the trade & business stage, and in the working stage. We must realize that these classes don't come by birth, at least not in this age; rather, it comes with samskaras and vasanas, is it not? Democracy is a right of each individual, and that's what makes them choose any of these classes to follow. We distinguish between multiple cultures, again by our own samskaras; however, every culture follows the varnashrama dharma. We would rather focus on Vasudeiva Kutumbhakam, rather than even a rama-rajya.

Just shared my opinion.

Thanks
Nitha

by Nitha Sashidharan (guest), 24 Aug 2020 04:36
Rod (guest) 21 Aug 2020 03:59
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This is a most beautiful and simple translation of the Tejabindu Upanishad. I am interested to know who made this translation?
Thank-you for this. I haven't looked at the other pages here but just this Upanishad.
If you know who translated this version please let me know: rwrick12_at_ gmail_.com

Blessings, Rod.

by Rod (guest), 21 Aug 2020 03:59

The Eternal religion

Truthfulness – One must always speak, standup, and side with the truth
Compassion – For all living beings, no violence nor hatred towards anyone
Austerity – Live a simple life and go on pilgrimage to holy places
Cleanliness – Keep the body, home, work area, and public places clean
Charity – Donate to worthy religious organizations and the poor
Spiritual Education – Study the Bhagavad-Gita and other Vedic scriptures

Rod in Oz (guest) 12 Aug 2020 04:58
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Tejabindu Upanishadc - a beautiful translation. Who made the translation?
Rod.

by Rod in Oz (guest), 12 Aug 2020 04:58
Rod in Oz (guest) 12 Aug 2020 04:49
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This is a most beautiful and simple translation of the Tejabindu Upanishad. I am interested to know who made this translation?
Thank-you for this. I haven't looked at the other pages here but just this Upanishad.
Blessings, Rod.

by Rod in Oz (guest), 12 Aug 2020 04:49

Truthfulness – One must always speak, standup, and side with the truth
Compassion – For all living beings, no violence nor hatred towards anyone
Austerity – Live a simple life and go on pilgrimage to holy places
Cleanliness – Keep the body, home, work area, and public places clean
Charity – Donate to worthy religious organizations and the poor
Spiritual Education – Study the Bhagavad-Gita and other Vedic scriptures

It can be clearly seen that the pillars of Sanatan-Dharma benefit all living beings, because these themselves will make positive behavioral changes among the followers. The followers will become truthful, be kind to all living beings, and help the poor from any community.

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