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YSRao (guest) 05 Dec 2017 02:39
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What is name for 0.000000000000001

by YSRao (guest), 05 Dec 2017 02:39
Cooper Bruzas (guest) 28 Nov 2017 20:21
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Ancient City Found in India, Irradiated from Atomic Blast

i think this is a very real possibility i think the nuclear blast traveled back in time and killed the Egyptian civilization

by Cooper Bruzas (guest), 28 Nov 2017 20:21
Daniel (guest) 26 Nov 2017 22:46
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Malay Words of Sanskrit Origin

I can say there are many spelling error for Sanskrit word in this webpage. And three Malay words, Balai Daya and Dendam are not from Sanskrit, but they indeed come from Austronesian. "Balai" derived from Malayic *Balay, comes from Malayo-Polynesian *Balay and ultimately from Proto Austronesian *Balay. Cognate words includea Maori *whare, Tagalog *bahay, Hawaiian *hale and etcetera."Daya" that means power indeed pure Malay words that comes from Proto Malayo-Polynesian and the cognate includes Hiligaynon *dáyà (tricks), Tagalog *daya (cheat) and Sundanese *daya f(deceive/artifice/trick). *Dendam (grudge) cognate with *idam (to desire) comes from Malayo-Polynesian *Demdem and ultimately from Austronesian *nemnem that cognate with Paiwan *ki-nemnem (think/cogitate) and Kavalan *anem (heart/mind). Both language spoken in Taiwan by indigenous tribes AND alongside with most language in Philippines, Indonesia, Pacific Island nations, Madagascar, New Zealand and even Rapa Nui language spoken in Easter Island in Chile are relative to Malay.
The author's perspective about Malay Language almost completely derived from Sanskrit are obviously Wrong. If Austronesian linguistic find out about your description above, I'm pretty sure that you'll likely to have some arguments with them. And for your information Mr malayguy!!! and Mr dhaya, The fact that Malay Language only contains not more than 10 words are completely wrong and such comments makes both of you look uneducated about Malay language and Southeast Asian Culture and I'm quite BUTTHURT about it. You guys know, Malay language still retain more than thousand pure native words that comes from their Ancestors and that means Malay language preserved LARGE amount of words. And Also I'm agree with Mr Victoriadas's viewpoint about beauty about Malay language. Actually it is possible if we MALAYSIAN, INDONESIAN and BRUNEIAN PEOPLE speaker to eliminate any loanwords and start to coin new words just like those TAMILS that tries to put effort to speak and write their language without ARYAN influenced.

by Daniel (guest), 26 Nov 2017 22:46
Greg Anderson (guest) 26 Nov 2017 05:05
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Sanatana Dharma

A perfectly condensed, neutron star-like version of Vedic knowledge that all humanity will someday experience & understand.

The sinners sin, while the children play.

by Greg Anderson (guest), 26 Nov 2017 05:05
Greg Anderson (guest) 26 Nov 2017 04:58
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Aum, Amin, and Amen …

by Greg Anderson (guest), 26 Nov 2017 04:58
Umar (guest) 21 Nov 2017 17:03
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Malay Words of Sanskrit Origin

Who's to say that we malay r the true sanskrit speaker,we human r all from ths same descendant n there are research saying that if we omit sanskrit from tamil, it is still a language that can be spoken..our malay languange more closer to sanskrit is much ore delicate and nicer than the ear-hurting tamil/indian..furthermore, according to research its said that sanskrit(3600 years ago) predates tamil/indian(2500) so whos to say who is the mother tounge, moreover according to an acknowledge research regarding DNA, the malays have a more ANCIENT DNA as oppose to indian or chinese, whereas we malay DNA composition have a piece of DNA in indian and chinese AND we have extra, in which chinese or indian dont hve, it can be concluded that indian or chinese can be originated from malay, but to say malay originated from india is not logical, we even have a portion of middle eastern DNA in almost all malay..on top of that, malay hve become the lingua franca, its possible that indians borrowed language from us..we r the true speaker of sanskrit as to arabian is the true speaker of aramaic (the language of An-nabiyyi) not the jews yahudi..

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nunu queng punsu (guest) 14 Nov 2017 01:16
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by nunu queng punsu (guest), 14 Nov 2017 01:16
Vishak (guest) 10 Nov 2017 19:11
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » panchakosha

Very informative

by Vishak (guest), 10 Nov 2017 19:11
PARVEEN GAHLAWAT (guest) 20 Oct 2017 18:09
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Hindu Dharma

GREAT INFORMATION

by PARVEEN GAHLAWAT (guest), 20 Oct 2017 18:09
Aaron (guest) 18 Oct 2017 19:35
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Taj Mahal

Hagia Sophia was already known to be a church. No Muslim ever tried to hide it. If Shah Jahan wanted to destroy it, why will he hide it was a temple? That was not how Muslim sultans operated. They claimed destruction openly.

by Aaron (guest), 18 Oct 2017 19:35
Aaron (guest) 18 Oct 2017 19:33
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Taj Mahal

I can disprove Oak with just one comment. Jaipur kingdom never ruled Agra. In his book PN Oal claimed Badshahnama gives her death date as 1631. The section you quote is about the year 1040 AH. He describes her body being moved on 15th Jamadiulawal. However, the Badshahnama gives her death date is given 17 Zil Ka'dah (Dhu al-Qaddah), 1040 AH , which is 17 June 1631. However, Jamadiulawal is 6 months before Dhu al-Qaddah. The only other possiblity is Jamadiulawal of 1041 AH, however the section is about 1040 AH. Per his claim her body was moved 6 months before she died!

by Aaron (guest), 18 Oct 2017 19:33
Monaya (guest) 15 Oct 2017 19:08
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » arishadvarga

Which is or are the sutras where these six properties are mentioned, please? Could you point us to them? Thank you!

by Monaya (guest), 15 Oct 2017 19:08
Leigh Cran (guest) 09 Oct 2017 08:13
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Gâyatrî Mantra

AUM is correct and has been written OM because of the way it sounds to the ear but it is three as one. The symbols are three.

by Leigh Cran (guest), 09 Oct 2017 08:13
Pratheeksha (guest) 08 Oct 2017 13:40
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Sadhana Chatushtaya

Very good article. Informative. Reminds me of my guru's words. Shri Parthasarathi Rajagopalachari.

by Pratheeksha (guest), 08 Oct 2017 13:40
ashutosh p singh (guest) 07 Oct 2017 16:54
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Bhagavad Gītā

bhagwadgita is the most authoritative exposition of highest spiritualism and philosophy in all aspects also delineating principles of art of living behavior management and art of man making

by ashutosh p singh (guest), 07 Oct 2017 16:54
vasanti (guest) 07 Oct 2017 10:26
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Katha Upanishad Translation by Eknath Easwaran

Pranams and gratitude to Eknath Easwaran for this wonderful translation. Thank you very much.

by vasanti (guest), 07 Oct 2017 10:26
fareedy (guest) 07 Oct 2017 07:47
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Truth

Maa Durga is also known as Devi, Shakti and by numerous other names. Maa Durga is one of the most lovable gods in the Hinduism.

She is the warrior goddess, whose mythology centers around combating evils and demonic forces that threaten peace, prosperity and dharma of the good.

Durga is depicted in the Hindu pantheon as a fearless woman riding a lion or tiger, with many arms each carrying a weapon, often defeating the mythical buffalo demon. She appears in Indian texts as the wife of god Shiva, as another form of Parvati or mother goddess.

by fareedy (guest), 07 Oct 2017 07:47
fareedy (guest) 04 Oct 2017 08:30
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Truth

Hindu God Images

by fareedy (guest), 04 Oct 2017 08:30

Bhagvad-Gita is the most beautiful, perhaps the only true philosophical song existing in any known tongue” – so opined William von Humboldt, who wrote seven-hundred verses in its praise.
In this modern rendition, the beauty of the Sanskrit slokas is reflected in the rhythmic flow of the English verse of poetic proportions even as the attendant philosophy of the song that is Bhagvad-Gita is captured in contemporary idiom for easy comprehension.
It is a matter of consensus that Bhagvad-Gita in the present length of seven hundred slokas has many an interpolation to it, but no meaningful attempt has ever been made to delve into the nature and extent, not to speak of the effect of these on the Hindu society at large. The methodical codification of interpolations carried out here, for the first time ever, puts the true character of Gita in proper perspective. Identified here are hundred and ten slokas of deviant nature and or of partisan character, the source of so much misunderstanding about Bhagvad-Gita, the book extraordinary, in certain sections of the Hindu fold. In the long run, exposing and expunging these mischievous insertions is bound to bring in new readers from these quarters to this over two millennia old classic besides altering the misconceptions of the existing adherents.
The free ebook and audio book can be google searched as Bhagvad-Gita: Treatise of Self-help by BS Murthy

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