The oldest surviving building in Armenia is the Temple of Garni represented by Mithira, the Sun God. Mithira is said to have been adapted into the Zoroastrian pantheon from the Rig Vedic deity ‘Mitra’ who is ‘an important divinity of Indic culture, and the patron divinity of honesty, friendship, contracts and meetings’. Also the word ‘mitra’ (मित्र) often translated as ‘friend’ from Sanskrit, also means ‘sun’.

A Uratian ‘Vishapa’ is connected with water
much like the Vedic Shivalinga. The Uratian pagan
tradition was gradually rejected by the Zoroastrians.

‘Mitra’ evolved into its Zoroastrian form of ‘Mithira’ during the Bronze and Iron Ages, and was later carried to Greece by remnants of Alexander the Great’s armies in the 3rd-2nd century BC, where it was incorporated into the Greek concept of the ‘Helios’- the Sun god. Again ‘heli’ (हेलि) means ‘sun’ in Sanskrit.

The Temple of Garni was built in the 2nd…

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Father of Atom Maharishi Kanada- In Hindi


Atomic Theory के प्रथम जन्मदाता थे महर्षि कणाद. इन्ही के नाम पर परमाणु का एक नाम कण पड़ा

(It was Sage Kanada who originated the idea that anu (atom) was an indestructible particle of matter.)

सम्पूर्ण लेख
परमाणुशास्त्र के जनक आचार्य कणाद | Father of Atom Maharishi Kanada


महान परमाणुशास्त्री आचार्य कणाद पूर्व 3500 ईसापूर्व से भी पहले हुए थे गुजरात के प्रभास क्षेत्र (द्वारका के निकट) में जन्मे थे। इन्होने वैशेषिक दर्शनशास्त्र की रचना की | दर्शनशास्त्र (Philosophy) वह ज्ञान है जो परम सत्य और प्रकृति के सिद्धांतों और उनके कारणों की विवेचना करता है| माना जाता है कि परमाणु तत्व का सूक्ष्म विचार सर्वप्रथम इन्होंने किया था इसलिए इन्ही के नाम पर परमाणु का एक नाम कण पड़ा |
It was Sage Kanada who originated the idea that anu (atom) was an indestructible particle of matter.

महर्षि कणाद ने सर्वांगीण उन्नति की व्याख्या करते हुए कहा था ‘यतो…

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33 crore deva in Hinduism? Correct concept is 33 Koti Deva-explained???


Concept of 33 crore devta???? EXPLAINED- 

The Vedas refer to not 33 KOTI(TYPE NOT CRORE) Devatas but 33 types (Koti in Sanskrit) of Devatas. They are explained in Shatpath Brahman and many other scriptures very clearly.

“Yasya Trayastrinshad Devaa Ange Sarve Samaahitaa, Skamma Tam Bruhi Katamah Swideva Sah”. ~(Atharva Veda 10-7-13)

Which means: with God’s influence, these thirty-three (supporting devta) sustain the world.

In Brhadaranyaka Upanishad while discussing Brahman, Yajnavalkya is asked how many gods are there. He says that there are three hundred and three and three thousand and three gods. When the question is repeated? He says, thirty three. When the question is again repeated he says, six. Finally, after several repetitions he says ONE. (Chapter I, hymn 9, verse 1)

The number 33 comes from the number of Vedic gods explained by Yajnavalkya in Brhadaranyaka Upanishad – the eight Vasus, the eleven Rudras, the twelve Adityas, Indra and Prajapati. (Chapter…

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