The concept of zero is referred to as shunya in the early Sanskrit texts and it is also explained in the Pingala’s Chandah Sutra (200 AD). In the Brahma Phuta Siddhanta of Brahmagupta (400-500 AD), the zero is lucidly explained. The Hindu genius Bhaskaracharya proved that x divided by 0 = 4 (infinity) and that infinity however divided remains infinity. This concept was recognized in Hindu theology millennia earlier. The earliest recorded date for an inscription of zero (inscribed on a copper plate) was found in Gujarat (585 – 586 AD). Later, zero appeared in Arabic books in 770 AD and from there it was carried to Europe in 800 AD.
The reason why the term Pujya – meaning blank – came to be sanctified can only be guessed. Indian philosophy has glorified concepts like the material world being an illusion Maya), the act…

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Hindu SCRIPTURES About invisible rays


UV RAYSMundakopanishad-6000BC abt particles that travel faster than light and other invisible Rays for naked eyes and its effect on human Body. BEFORE 12000-6000 BCE. Amazing ? Read More …

Tachyons, Ultra-voilet, Infra-red bands, Nuclear Energy and Blacks Holes in Mundakopanishad

Mundakopanishad written around 6000 BCE in ancient india, is associated with the Atharvaveda.
It describes about Tachyons (particles that travel faster than light), Ultra-Violet band, Infra-Red band, Nuclear Energy and Black Holes in the space.

Mundakopanishad might have derived its name from ‘munda‘ (shaven head of a monk).
It has three chapters and each chapter is divided into sub chapters which are called “Khanda“. In total this Upanishad has 64 Mantras.
This Upanishad divides all knowledge into two categories. The knowledge that leads to Self Realization is called Para Vidya (Great or Divine Knowledge) and everything else is called Apara Vidya or Knowledge of Material world (wordly knowledge).
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Krishna – The Historical Perspective

Trees blossom with crimson flowers,
Tender sprouts bursting from barks,Nature begins to shed its qualms,To welcome Spring with open arms,
This day, Narsimha defeated the demon,To uphold virtuous Prahlad’s dominion,
Holika burns amidst the commotion,
Evil defeated by Love and Devotion,
Wind blows pretty rainbows around, Black nor White, just colors abound,
Festival of Spring, is the festival of Mirth,
Of Radha and Krishna’s Eternal Love!
As the first buds of spring appear on trees and a riot of colors magically appears in the markets, the time seems perfect for a post about Krishna, the role-model for a motley of Bollywood numbers on Holi :o)
Krishna and Radha playing Holi
Krishna, the all-attractive-one; Megh-varna, the one with the color-of-clouds; Go-pal, the protector of cows; Murli-manohar

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Ram and Hinduism in world


These are some open evidence which west cant refuse !!! Time and again they tried their level best to keep aside hindu history of human civilisation .Already in my many post, I have provided ground breaking evidences yet for many Indians, Americans.  Native americans to Myans , Sumer , Incas , Meso all are Indian migrants .

The ancient Mexican game of Patolli is similar in details to the game of Panchisi played in India. The mathematical probability of two games invented separately agreeing by chance in so many specific intricate features, is zilch. Mexican call a potter “Kumbhar”, as Sanskrit word. There are several other similarities.After Vedic people the Mayas of Yucatan were the first people to use a zero sign in Mathematics. This knowledge came from India, as we had this knowledge thousand of years before them. All over Mayan civilization you find stone sculptures of Indian Vimanas and…

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Ancient India and Mayan civilization

Ancient India and Mayan similarities


Ancient India and Mayan architecture similarityLatin American Pyramids

Maya Civilization of Mexico. Baffling Links with Ancient India

 By Anand Sharma

The archaeological remains of ancient Maya civilization of Mexico are lying scattered in the parts of Yucatan, Campeche, Tabasco and eastern half of Chiapas as well as in the territory of Quintana Roo of the republic of Mexico. Covering an area of about 125,000 square miles, its traces are to be found in the western section of Honduras Republic, Peten and adjacent highlands of Guatemala and practically in the whole of Honduras.

Admiral Christopher Columbus mistakenly called the New World
inhabitants as Indians. Although he corrected himself subsequently, the natives of Americas continued to be called ‘Indians’. During the course of his third journey, Columbus came into contact with ‘Maya’ people.

Many theories have been advanced by scholars to explain the origins of these American Indians and if there were any links…

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