Bhagvat Gita and second law of thermodynamics,nasadaiya sukta of Rigved decoded


In the field of particle physics, it has been established by many scientific experiments that the universe had a beginning in the remote past and it will have an eventual collapse in some remote future. In this context, the Second Law of Thermodynamics asserts that the processes occur in a certain direction but not in the reverse direction. A cup of hot coffee left on a table in an office, for example, eventually cools, but a cup of cold coffee on the same table never gets hot by itself, that is, the heat can only flow from hot to cold bodies. The science of thermodynamics deals with “equilibrium states” and it declares that a system, which is in equilibrium, experiences no changes when it is isolated from its surroundings. For example, a system is in thermal equilibrium if the temperature is same throughout the entire system. And in this state…

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Flawed Big Bang theory


Shiva-Lingam-UniversecreationBig Bang Theory Is As Flawed as Modern Cosmologists and Darwin’s followers of creation-

As per so called modern scientists, the Big Bang theory is the prevailing cosmological model for the early development of the universe. The key idea is that the universe is expanding. Consequently, the universe was denser and hotter in the past. Moreover, the Big Bang model suggests that at some moment all of space was contained in a single point, which is considered the beginning of the universe. Modern measurements place this moment at approximately 13.8 billion years ago (billions of years taking cue from Srimad Bhagwad Gita – Before 19th century scientists used to rely on earth being thousands of years old, following biblical’s arc theory), which is thus considered the age of the universe based on citings from Vedas.

Thereafter scientists devised that after the initial expansion, the universe cooled sufficiently to allow the…

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Hanuman Chalisa- Evil spirit annihilator


Jai HanumanThe Evil Spirits Annihilator – Sri Hanuman Chalisa

Hanuman Chalisa can be recited by any individual, irrespective of religion, for termination of evil spirits and negative energies.

Before reciting – take bath daily in the morning, stay calm and clean, without eating or touching anything, think about Lord Hanuman and chant Hanuman Chalisa. Practicing celibacy for 40 days while daily reciting the Hanuman Chalisa would create wonders for the reciter. And would help to internalize it by heart.

Hanuman Chalisa was composed by Tulsidas Ji the great Sage whom Hanuman Ji gave darshan personally and told him about several incidences of Ramayan.

The composition of Hanuman Chalisa is made in such a manner that in each doha (couplet) you find mention of at least one God, which makes it so powerful that the reciter is protected by Lord Hanuman – Rudra Avatar of Lord Shiva himself. There are millions of…

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Kaaba decoded


Kaaba, a Hindu Temple, Stolen by Muslims


Let us start with rituals practiced by  Hindus, Jainese, Buddhists, even Sikhs practice most of these rituals:

  • Respecting Idol
  • Paying obeisance to the structure around Idol
  • Circumambulating around the structure where Idol is located (walking around it)
  • Placing the image or painting of the structure above ground at home or office – giving it due respect.
  • Gifting such paintings to friends
  • Taking bath or washing hands, legs before Idol worshiping
  • Donning clean, white cloth before praying
  • Shaving head to bow in front of God with clean mind and head – thoughtless and pious.
  • Chanting mantras as they move around the structure

Hindu practice of idol worship by muslims. Muslims are kafirs too.

And who else follow this practice…who else but death cult islam followers; Muslims oblige to such rituals…yes do n’t be surprised, even mlecchas (muslims) practice above Vedic rituals on their so called holy pilgrimage – which never originally belonged to them. We can…

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Shiva Lingam-Science


What is Shiva Lingam?

The Sanskrit word ‘Lingam’ means symbol. Thus the literal meaning of Shiva Lingam is the symbol of Shiva. The Supreme Shiva doesn’t have a form and every form is his form. The Shiva Lingam represents him, the Supreme Shiva¸ who is formless. The way when we see a smoke, we infer the presence of fire, the moment we see Shiva Lingam we immediately visualize the existence of the Supreme Shiva.

During the creation a debate took place between the creator Brahma and the preserver Vishnu that who Shiva is. Just then this “Column of light” appeared in front of them on the Hindu month of Margasheersha and Hindu date Poornima or Pratipada. When both the Gods failed to know the real origin and end of this column, Shiva appeared in his visible form. He preached both of them the real meaning of Shiva Lingam.

He said…

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Agastya Fingerprints Change Vishnu To Linga Kutralanathar


Agastya is one Sage who was worshiped by Lord Rama.

He was the one who revealed the Adhityahrudaya Stotra to Rama, when Rama was depressed in the Battle field, fighting against Ravana.

He was also present during the Mahabharata.

He is a Siddha.

A detailed Post on Agastya follows.

He transformed the Idol of Vishnu to Shiva Linga to signify the unity of Shaivism and Vaishnavism.

At a Saivite temple named Kutralam, formerly a Vishnu temple, in Tamil Nadu, Agastya, in one legend, was refused entry. He then appeared as a Vaishnavite devotee and is said to have miraculously converted the image to a Shiva linga. A symbolic meaning of this conversion is to show that Vishnu and Shiva are different aspects of the one and same God.

Kutralanathar Temple.jpg Kutralanathar Temple.

The temple has five entrances representing four Vedas and the one being the way of Pilavendhan who came to enjoy the…

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