Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Emporer Pariksit

“Maharaj Pariksit, 5000 years ago, was the emperor of the whole world.  Formerly, up to 5,000 years ago, the whole world was being ruled over and controlled by kings, whose capital was Hastinapur, New Delhi.  There was only one flag, only one ruler, one scripture, Vedic scripture.  And the Aryans, the Aur - ria,  they were the civilized persons.  You Europeans, Americans, you are also Aryans, Indo-European stock.  Maharaj Tajani, grandson of Maharaj Pariksit, he gave to his two sons, the portions of Eastern Europe, Greek and Roman.  That is the history, Mahabhrat.  Mahabhrat means great India. 

    So, there where no different religions, one religion, Vedic religion.  Vedic religion means to accept the Supreme Personality of Godhead as the Supreme Person, Absolute Truth.  This is Vedic religion. 

    Those who have read the Bhagavad Gita, it is said there in the 15th chapter:  ”Vedais ca sarvair aham eva vedyam” Vedic knowledge means to Understand God.  This is Vedic knowledge. 

    Later on, with the progress of Kali Yuga, Kali Yuga means the dark age or sinful age, or the age for argument, unnecessary talks and fights.  This is called Kali Yuga.  That is going on.

    Since the last 5,000 years, the age of Kali Yuga has begun, and the beginning of Kali Yuga was cow slaughtering.  So at the present moment practiclty there is no Brahman, no Kshatriya, no Vaishya, only Sudras, fourth class men.  So you cannot expect any happiness guided by the fourth class man.  That is not possible.  Therefore, throughout the whole world there is chaotic condition.”

    - A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, extracts from his talk (above) “Aryans and the Kali Yuga”

Monday, 10 March 2014

Why so may gods in Hindusim

Why so may gods in Hindusim
Chinmayananda Swami explains

Kalki Avatar

Last  10th Avatar of Lord Vishnu in Kali Yuga (iron age) more 4,27,000 years to go for the Avatar to come , 5000 years already passed.

Destroyer of 3 hyenas chasing Darma(Sanathan Dharma)

Celestial Weapons


In Hinduism, an astra  was a supernatural weapon, presided over by a specific deity. To summon or use an astra required knowledge of a specific incantation/invocation, when armed. The deity invoked would then endow the weapon, making it impossible to counter through regular means. Specific conditions existed involving the usage of astras, the violation of which could be fatal. Because of the power involved, the knowledge involving an astra was passed from a teacher to a pupil by word of mouth alone, and only following the establishment of the student's character. Certain astras had to be handed down from the deity involved directly, knowledge of the incantation being insufficient.

Astras come into importance mainly in the Ramayana and Mahabharata, where they are used in the great battles described in each epic. They are depicted as used by archers such as Rama, Lakshman, Meghnad, Karna, Bheeshma etc. The astras were generally invoked into arrows, although they could potentially be used with anything—Ashwatthama invoked an astra using a blade of grass as his weapon.

1. Narayanaastra     

     Would create showers of arrows and discs. The   astra's power would increase with the resistance  offered to it. This weapon had to be obtained from Vishnu directly, and could be used only once. If  the user were to attempt invoking it a second  time, it would rebound on him, and possibly, his  troops.


   Would destroy target completely, irrespective of  target's nature. Infallible. This weapon had to
    be obtained from Vishnu directly.


   Contains the power of Shiva's third eye. Shoots a  really fast fiery beam which can turn even
   celestial beings to complete ashes. Infallible.


  Would destroy target completely, irrespective of target's nature. Infallible. When released, the
  weapon summons several monsters and a huge   spirit which personifies the weapon. Sometimes  it can cause a catastrophic explosion similar to  a hydrogen bomb. Each time the weapon is summoned, its head is never the same This weapon had to be obtained from Shiva directly.


 Would bring about a 'shower' of arrows from the sky.

6. Aagneyaastra    

     The weapon discharged would emit flames  inextinguishable through normal means.


he weapon discharged would release torrential volumes of water. This weapon is commonly mentioned as used to counter the Agneyastra.


  equivalent(some believe to be real and even  in this modern age, Attainable).of modern military


 Mythical equivalent( that some believe to be real and even in this modern age, Attainable).of modern biological missiles.

10.Manavastra ( Manu (Hinduism), father )

  of the human race  Could overcome supernatural protections and carry the  target hundreds of miles away. Can inspire humane  traits in an evil being.


  A powerful noose which not even other gods can escape from.


The weapon could create tunnels deep into the earth and summon jewels.


Would cause a Parvata/mountain to fall on the target from the skies.


Parashurama gave this astra to Karna. It caused  great damage to Pandavas army. This astra possesses  Parashurama's skill in archery. It could bring a  shower of much more powerful weapons than the  Indrastra and could smash any military formation and  cut through all enemy defenses.


The weapon would have an inerring aim and take on  the form of a snake, proving deadly upon impact.


Upon impact, this weapon would bind the target in coils of living venomous snakes.(in the Ramayana, it was used against Lord Rama and Lakshmana by Indrajit)


Bring about a gale capable of lifting armies off the ground.

Create a dazzling light that would dispel any  darkness about and dry up water bodies.


 Target would be struck with bolts of lightning (vajra referring to Indra's thunderbolt).


 Dispel any form of maya or sorcery in the vicinity.


When used against a group of opponents (such as an  army), would cause them to mistake each other for enemies and fight each other.


Would cause entire hosts/armies to collapse in a trance.


Would cause a Parvata/mountain to fall on the target from the skies.

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