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Edhion

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Aundh,Punc"H1007Jndifl

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Contents
Volume
1.
1

2.
J.

World Vedic Hcritaac University Introduction To Second Edition


Indignation

Appeal

1
A

'

ftfe

art gratcftil [o

the Author for

grantirJi;;

permission to publish ihis edition. Two articles have been added to this edilion which have beets attached at the end as
lis

And Indictffieni 4. Novel Facts And Format 5. The tjnified Field Theory Of History 6. A New Framework For World History 7. Dc-^briefing And Disinfection 8. How Much History Does The World Know ? 9. The Current Hodge ^ Podge Of Histoty
10.
1
1

8
12 17

3 39 45

Appendix

&

}2.

H^

13. 14.

What Led Me To This Discovery The Five - Thousand - Year - BarrlaBasic De^ition Theories About The Creation

49 53 57 59

The The

Vedfl5

69
Vedas

Publishers

15. \feiidity

Of Basic Concepts Cmceming The


Acc^ted
Vedic Theology

95
103 109
113

16.
17.

Universally

Vedic Theology

18. Religious Scriptures

19. Reclining

Vishnu Statues

117 130

20.

21

The Lingual Theorem Sanskrit The Mother Of All Human Speech And Thought

139 147 153 170


201

22. Vedic Science 23. Ancient Kuclear Establishments 24. \fedic Scientific 25. Dravids 26. 27. 28. 29.

And

Technological Texts

The Lradcrs Of Vlic Society The Original Home Of Vbdic Cuhure tndia A& ll Wa^ Known The Wtdic Socio Economic System Swearing By The Fire

235

US
254
271

30. Vedic CultuTD 3


1

And

Militarism

276
2i4 293

32.

The Vtdic Military Organization Worldwide \^ic Culture

1
3L1
33. MDiutfariti
34. TTie 35. Tfte 36.
I

Anderl
World

Sanskril

All
Medtcat Syrtero

KpJ ^*aic nmB

>>*ur^

TTic Ancient Universal

37. Vftdic Archilecnu-e

Marriasc S>*^cm 38 7Te Uni%mil Vedic


39. -Rie

40

TTie

^Wic OHgin OfWorld Music \Wic OrlgiTi Of I^osody

313 321 332 349 365 375 386 390 393 395 39B 400

i
Contents of Volume
62.

Section

continued.
723

The Vedic

P&si

Of Europe
Of Russia

43] Ttic Vedic Past 64 The Vedic Past


.

739 757 769 773 784 79s S36


861

41 StnskrU Nomenclature
42. Sinskrii
TTic Sanskrii

Of World Couiaga Nomenclature Of Weights A;id Mwsures


NomcncUtiire
In Mctdcni Sciences

43
45.

44! -nic Sanskrit

The

Texts NomenclBture Of Modem Educatioflal Uhimsal \Mic Educational System


In

46. Sanskrit Expressions

European Usage

47,"nicB*mBysnicWar 48. The Ramayan In Ancien! Asis Eurofpe 49. The Ramayan In Ancient
50. Si.

KnshnaThe
Hindu Origin

Lfnivcrsal Dc\ty

406 410 437 446 476


493
501

Of Gennaiiy Austrian Region 65 The Vedic Past Of the The Scandinivian Region 66. The Vedic Past Of Greece 67. The Vedic P^ Of 6% The Vedic Past Of Italy Spain & Portugal 69. The \^ic Past Of France. 70 Tlie Vedic Past Of Tunisia 71' The Vedic Past Of The British Isles
72.

865

The Vedic The Vedic

Past

Of Ireland
Of Sanskrit

73. English Is 74.

Diaieci

Past

Of Africa

OfThc Jews
The East

52. Vbdic Culture In


\fcdic Past

75. Historical Misconceptions 76. The Vedic Far East 77.

913 925 951 963 976


1002

Of Japsn 53. The 54 The %Wlc Past Of Amedc 55. The Vedic Past Of China 56. The Vedic Past Of Korea And Manchuria 5? The \Wie Past Of West Asia 5S The >felic Past Of Egypt 59. The Vedic Past Of Syria And Assyria
60. Tlie Vedic Rdois

515 523

Of Arabia

6L The

Vedic Kcots

Of islam

557 596 602 620 634 637 6S0

The ^Atic^n Papacy Is A Vedic Insttlution li The Vedic Roots Of Christianity Chrisna 79. Christ A Pseudonym For
80.

1016
1030

No Jesus Ever

Lived

1038
1048

81. Vedic Traditions


82.

83.

The Wofldwide Vedic Nomenclature The Astounding Predictive Compaidiums


-

1M8
1071

84. India

85. Vedic 86. 87.

Common Hmtage World Deities And Festivals Around The


Europe

1077 1083

The World Keeps Hindu Time Summation


11

1088

1093

SECTION
88. Study
89.

And

Research Methodology

1109
111a

The Importance Of Histoiy 90. The Nalional Flig 91. Misleading Muslim & Christian Chronicles 92. Unpardonflble Upsea Of Indian Historians 93. The Anglo - Muslim Archaeological Cconspir^ey

n44
1152

1160
1179

9^. Pjiutit>
9ft.

Of Hindy

ftccords

Biundcrwiric Historical Cliche 97. Pn^ial Applicalion Of History


98. Alitn

Tampwine With ^dian

History

W.

Alien Dcsifirs

Againsi Hindudom

Suicide lOQ iRnoranctf Of History l^ds To National 101 Solar Phjsics In Suiya Siddhanta
102. \bdic Sociolc^y

1238 1243 1350 1263 12S 1293 1307


1313

loa.

The Genesis Of HujRanity

104.

\Wic

E^iceMence Phyisical Fitness Excrci Par

1320 1327
1340

- APPEAL WORLD VEDIC HERTTAGE umVERSHY

105. Conclusion

Piaufe Index
Bibltograpby

nor.ert>ui ot^xations Arouna the wortd mere art

^ch

Indrt

Of Personal

Noma

1376
139L
the Ar^. Sem-I

Appendix 1 Appendix U

Bindu
for

MahasaW^ of Jniia and So.t^ of whom Vedic ctdlure i9 an article


They

Afn ^d
faith-

^d

othe..

Who admir. V^l. -^^-^.^^^^,^.

t^tiTw

-e^^'"^

^!^

n e of of time uptD the that froni Ih. bE^nning Viic ^..y of Kf.^ Sanskrit M.d follow^ ^h.

--'^"^t"-

.r^^t^^^^^ ^^^^^'^

Z^ z:s: .'^.
world apck.

ConQUitly

with tranche* World Vedk Herit^e Universily


t.

,.

,^ the

.ew world. T^e ithor,

^ founds to ^^^^^^--'^^:^:^] cormpo-^


therefore. ^nvtt

tm Idiv^d^als

^a

Sn.tIiuUon
Ir that

^Uin

to help

Lk

kind

^d

la^r

iindertsktnK, for world i-nity.

colo.^. .obi. 1.U1. tmd^t*ii4ing ar>d p*bc.

!uc.Uo.b1 ^^^--J^^^

3
no Jesus ever
lived, but

Ltmea Bymbollaing Christianity,) a nguTijhead

(Actually

are n^r^H

ihirt

iwflw

n^ldes

siitjpresslng

or d^Ltx^yinK

all

earlier history Chrii^ta,

^d Muslim 7ealot. muat be held

TZ
INTRODUCTION TO THIS SECOND EDITION
who r^d
the

hat ihev havo totally

two m.r. ^^"^^-^'^ "^^ suppress^ the aceouota of tb* atfii


uilty of

Tort^

suba^ueni histo^- For

ia,tance. they capture^

Ve^

^^for m^u^c

^m Le
Almost tfvery resder
Httitagc evpfi^&sed
his

Ur^

edition of

World Vtdtc
such
aa

rj::^t~hradmi.tionfortl^rteac.n. what^ert^y
wereleaders Modem-day MusUm and Christian

U,

though actually they through IWy impelled lar^ r.a..e, built them have ^on yet they p^tend to coer.1 to convert and
ss chun=hes .^d

mosque

admimlion

tn

same
ii

fonri

by would do w^l to rli

ncommendilng

it

to others, or by

i;iftiii]>;

or by wnting on

apfiTKiAlory letter lo
ward In

me. Because

ihi^

book HlU an unsu^pecLed

human knowledge. Ask any


tiis

Christian

Wwtemer

sboul tbe

toHutp and hislory of


fook pdTplE^>red
-

pre- Christian foiTfathers and he will


it.

He knows nothing About


TTmt
t

In fact he never

manned

thai he or she shou] d have had som e family history in Lhe pre- Christian

mUteniuma
to only

too.

ts

to say his concept of hisioiy is limited

about
is

ODD to 1600 years.

The same
ii

the case with Muslims. For

them prophet Mohnmed

the

Ifisl

post.

Beyond him there

fs

no histoo*- Thai mcBng a


'he

Muslim'* ipBn of history terminaies at 622 A. D, hlle a Christian "s


tprminus of history
is

Jesus.

to common VbUc
I

origin

is

mam dm

ct lh,

voUms.
p. N- OsVi

And sinw duiing the I&st thousand jear^ or so European C3v**UmB and Muallms dominated the world through military
rouquBfiU current histories
i^ y
all

Sodiiy, Plot No, 10. Goodwill


AutiJh.
Tel.

over the world have nothing coherent

PunelllOf"-'"^'''
I

beyond a Mohamed or Jesus.


since hu/ftanity has

mW ^^^

TWi U a vwy deplorable sUte of affairs bwn i ihia eeith for millions of years.
That
ij.

why

thia

book

nils

that /old in makintt


-ricade

alj

humanity.

I*daUy

thtfte

who

w Chriiiianj. ftvare of their link

wsr^eifaie

and ba

themaelves aa Muslims

th pre Mohamed and pre-Jesua

COM

BevWw EuropranChrisiJfln Wimem Joie*, Maxmuefler and

acholora of th* ilandltift of

H.H.Wllacn have hsd Imnrmi*

such fls an;hflloicU phiblOBiisl mA evidence of diverse kinds, they aU knew that icons of ibe elfp*iwl Msujricol. For InaUnce. used to adorn the top of eiMrances to homnes Lord Ganesh -nd waned townships
Gfld
in

then

INDIGNATION

AND INDICTMENT
of both

i^ -ere that anctmt Greece nd lUly symbol does it not follow wHme.er they cam. vUc ^mntries? And yet every time, r^j^tmg H ^^)i other land, they ke,. ^n
similar e^ndence of

India follows Ve^iic

andcnl Greece and li^ly culture, of which Ganesh

^
is

in Inelia

an important

Wrid., .t

.hi.

'nrf. volume ^^^r.1^

as

coincidence, mer* accidenul, stray

intense iMJii, grtit happiness nd

the beginnins of

FauHy MtihodologJ

Tta n^Oiation

of Lhe doclrine .

*>^^ai
^"^^

in this

^.

hr

V^c
thBt

ii. end ^nsloit

vob^e that ^ua,. fmn.

^^ **^
it

^ "^^^^^"^ ^^

^^^
H^^ b^

the cyn.ca could be bn^.hed away with deceased ^and .h. susp^^t does not each oth.r and yei one th.t seve^ P^pl. bate

Thus

if

one

is

investig^tinB a murder,

pnmlty between iHa

rZrk

had b^tintrsf and ba^ not ^B(m>Uc. ^ilJghunrf, ynit^y frtak biKh in dark, animal iflu^hTMin. disunil^d, h^hiusrd,
iriTeoled

IT* n,llfl^ of

h^mar

hist<).7

P^"""^
a
-

a^y by one c^n the suspect's possession, la found ^^^k bla^-stained knives ^uld b. pointing out thai similar suspect was found emerging it is .ni-Hl Ibat the

s^e

fond

in

^ery Etcher.

Wb^

csves was

ihouglil, iJso a bighly gretlfi^ng

m
still

the scene of

Bui Lhe

fixcruciatimily agoniilng counlerpsrl

wa3 the discovery

journalism btive throuKb thBt dodora of &qademira and proctors of psycbosiSn inBdvertence. intransiBence. fear
Ihfir inranipeiCTCt,

ZZ
Zr

argue that

could Plce at ib.t time;

cr^e. one u d murder at the time of the o.ca.^n to come out of seveml other p^ple had ac.u=ed of ^urder^ they all

U may be notice fmm

ev.ry .inW the sbove instance th.t

vHtcd

at tim|^ interesLs in religiouB or profcsabnal loyalties or

without any pdnt .uld thus be aigued .way

even out of deliberate design and sheer cussedness consistently^ nfui*d, iBnored. suppressed, mtgconstnied or distorted the pi eLhor?
uT

Ce

^^'\''''^'^^'l what achola^^ tbe world o.. cornered or .^nvl.ted That i. worM hi^^- P-t by been doing in the mat^r of

fvid&iw

that has been

ooimng

their

way about the worldwide

they have

evident a. of nn dismissing .ounU.inou.


'

con^uen^

prri-ilerw Of Vedle culture and Sanskrit language in pi'e-CbristTan

and have been themaelve. guflty of


Indicate that their

murtlenn,
has

b.to^. This w,n

tiiML

lb*

BMe

itself

dgscnbing the pre- Christian worid

adtriit?

(in

ll is b-ke a

GiMi> 11:11 tint "ibe whole earth

was of one language and one

^'^^j^/^'f^^" nf a narrow defile and wanior st^ding at the *xit number of hi, ^^al. That i, no^ one by one. cutun^ down .ny tvid^ce ih^ Jt ia Kf^ totality of the w'y lo do any investigation. method rv^ry .ingt* |mt. con.id.r*d. Tn such a

methodok^ of rt'^earch

bn

h
That kcufuftge
Vdit

got to be

wu

Sanskril and the

common

culture of

all

was

camea one a st..p no matter bow ,mai! or ^bUe, historical researt^h has a conclusion. This piindpW of

furtht^
beef.

.E.

r:Wn,(

complcly.

specie! section of this hhhifia Canwqticfltly a

BPcWlccturt around the *6rtd. the muiiiwirii of tombs


of

mi imwm
gUiHa

mosquM.

jourrfllists cf leading dalltM

md
on

ratJio-TV rtiff in

London.
xftifitin^ %r>,T.h*.r factor

New York and New

Delhi

who

fcc*t>

discriliinB the

mo^^ WsloHcal .^*ch

i:.

r.litrioi...

,<m.l

nrtiioni].

poJitiM].
i.

emDlianal or persrnt toyiJties. For

rt*r>' i"i Chnsl

0:risi

of Western, Cbnslian dominance of And yai in these flr 11 Christian wiU have the gytg i^ admit that wcNid ^fairs, which Whfch Muallm wiU be pi^pared lo admiL
is

Thm

ihc-ufd to*

n niBlp.x)nunnalion f ibe wd.-d iestis Chrisn. on the v^ry face obvious lo any honest researcher

public dobflt* hut rvoriB tf architecture, to or BP'CaBed lalemic guta to dispmve th? nrdinB Of the ijrtce to Lheffl has oiiber the the very mflrrow of their bonw evm occept it They ^Sre scwred to captured majulon* conceive of those mosqyoa and mimaoleums
.

to

dm

and temples even within


thems<^Nea ?
r

the privacy of thdr

own hwrl*. Cv

OTi#

enpitt auch people lo educate othera

when

thty can't wSjth\wn

nffn-person?
Such

Importance Mvnhing which darKts from Uie

of the

Koran or
hfjnest

have

had

correspondence

with

Oxford's

ifid

Webster's

Moh^Rd?
r^CTrth.

psychfilogical

chains
is

have

prevented
in

dicUonaries inforniing
is

them

that English (and every other langaBjiSi)

Consequently ibe
all

world

indulging

Tnakebtliwe

rsMTch, vhste
only ui arrive et

moUons

&f research, are meticulously simulat^a

of

therefore, the entire etymolofrcnl concept n dialect of Sanskrit and, oriented- Rut perhijB leidcogrBphers ought to be Sangkritoil

some

iiliuncy* chauvinistic conclusions.

il is

condescend to accept a change. too early to expect them to

Thus

in

almost every

field of

human leaminB modem

concepts,

Tlw Taj Mahal

A
is

graphic instance

h my

dEscovery announced over 29 years


in Agra

igo through

my

rraearch

puWcation that the Taj Mahal

Muslim tutorin. for the la^t moulded mslnly by Christian and of the wishful thinking of MOO yars. repr^ent a conglomerate as not the TRUTH as Jt was and
seK^eral
it

pressui-e groups,

and

century Islsmic ancient Hindu templepa^are and not & 17th all historians. tomb. ThJS conclusion, if admitted, would compel

should be.

arehaeologisla.

art

and

architectural

experts,

museums,

of the news guvfrnmenls. umvei^Ues, tourist offtciab and people far they have ail media to chenge (heJr oytlool?. Consequently, so

landed together

in

and continue lo adamanily


not to have

other way a conspiracy of silence to look the pretending project the Tej Mahal a^ a tomb,
the contrary. But
all

hng
it

can the

known anything to TRUTH be resisted 1 One day

h^Tl

or

how

those trying to stem

wQl be swept off their feet.

Sv-cMllcd Musqurs

uad Mvu^okumt
end hfetonc TT^ausolcumf
liroughout the world are

in
a!l

Ukivix the 0'Ued Jama iWa^iids JkM. Agrm and countless other cities

challenged a capiured manjion. and temples. I have csUed wqpertJ in Islamic of hiatflfiaflf. wiiversiUea.

numb^
a^
and

od

ifiWy
it

rifnored,

80 far 63

Any Wtrtory afiw lTi*m ww nrnnpUtWu on^y centred raund ihtrao three iNinocn or tirourwJ tha van

with ihinn. ol Lbt idoas associiited


TtiDt

among

thoao

tbnw Jesui

ti

fIctttlnuB

p9non, lioim'X

in the modem bother ftnyon*f. Since Europeani hitve an U|1(t hand hlirtirical prab* world they consider Jesus to be loo holy for iny lot of manhandilna mil history baa been aubjKied to

Ttius

ntanipulbUon to arrive at

some

wtsKTul thlnkinK.

NOVEL FACTS AND FORMAT

have

INtioim Controrily genuine anrfent bl$tories such as ihtStnskriL inu> been compleiely ignored because Lhey don't cnunl and tit

ChrlstEuo or
-nie

Muslim concepts.
t>cniDfairTcO

menUan

of a

new brnk on

hisiory do&s not generally evoke

much ttentJon or <rJfl.-ile Buy


ut be B

special inUrtsl

because

il is

presumed
tmore

Prmractcd Allen Rule hos

Hindudom

mece rehash of

pasl events wilhin the outline of a

ortasf] fix^ chronofoO'


of

^^^

^i^'^'^

^^^^ ^^^ quibble,

iutfgtei^

been tutored tn Wealem Aa for Lhe Hindu intenigcnisis It hJiving <3emotaliied by authoHutIv* Ideaa and also because it has become
Chrlstioji

Kiumenl
But
this

or nesr inierpr^tauon fldded here and there.

sufTera

Hlndudom and Is^omic denuitcistion of evei^ thing Hindu complex. As suejh VHndti fVtim i self-deprecatoi^ Ltiferiority

voJume

is

a world apart.
In

It

has itov^I facts and a


flf

nev fonnal lo present


htsiory.

an abaoluicly

new fi^amework

world

to be misled and waylaid bureaucracy and IcBderthipnDow themselves Hindudom itself is. by and tarye. by Western notions. Consequently ihe own Vedic, SanskHt heritage In not asserting

neglecting

its

In one sense history can never be

new because

it

has lo depend

on
IL

oM events aid those cannol be oonjured up. Bui many-s-Ume


*o hpppeni that remote developments are often rejected as
is

serious notiee of importance of the Puranas and not taking any Ayurved and arcUteduretheir masterly ancient texts of, say.

have Whatever other effecU pnitr&cied slavery may

unbdievabl? and the vacuu m


arrcounta

sough t to be

filled

up wi th

apeculetive

own afaflity, subject -nation lose confidence in its This after the values set by alien rulers. itg own heritage and run
Iv

mate a mak it bsl*


it

Lo

ni

in

with spurious after- Ihouifbts and convenient

what

rnla

the Hindu a. This malady

i$

also

reneci^

in Hindu
in giving

^Qffna.

joumals and books. The Hindu


11

pitsas imitates the

West

I^s

tb* nature of the current ailment of

worW

history^

pmminenw

to even trivial happenings in the

West and

to utterances

is

in

a itaif of delirium Lfemens because of slow poFSOning

hMppcnings tn IndJa or the Of Westemera. Even with regard to


which excite Hindu journalists will bighltght topics put tbcm across Western lnLT!St even of a mallciouB kind, or and newspoper articles anytWog in the Western style, tn books
rest of Asia

hfi^iRK

Upw

Injected

with

Chrislmn,

Muslim and Communist


faitbg to Lhfnk
billions of years.

OQMOdioni. h was too much for these toddling


Drf

human

civilization streichlna

back to
a

So

tlwfy

flrtuiimrily

iBiumed 4004 B.C as


thflin

f^rly remote' starting point.

EbA

on of

Lhwi hoiated a Jegua.

Mohamad or

Karl Mnrx

considered imparttal quoted from a Muslim or Christian source is considered ta be and authoritative wbfle n Hindu refei\>nce will be

B Ihrtr rft9p*rtiv oulpotiL


before

Then the^ decided that any hiatory


ns heathen. K*fir or capitalist

dublouc

Uwm

wuVd be bundkd up

U
10

TV

l-utsniu

[arm

Ihfl

Witortei5 '^flK of thii

VUc

irtilibort.

amalilmnii^m
T*rvt^ .i^dyfnif or ,srdoied ^"'^^^^^ .11
tfilti
it

jrtdft yf ^"qulty. tbeTMranw com. fe4 to


durifltf that

as D whole

ItkQ
ft

the dtmtiopmmt.

long 3pan.

fc,

,V^
'f

pwper 10 1^iii^
on

.d>

^:r .^,
Isi^s

lE,b

by UTnb
^b.

Thu,

Wi.
rrtjrr

'Ji^ .^di^on

down
,h(il
"

tha^

V^es

wer

I71l
Well
!

of tht W-tary of hummlty have Qo unbro^on cont^ay t twdt to the Mohabhira^ v^.r th. al-rt r the elation ivnd it, fmt, worid Vrfic a^ UP w .hatt^^O
L>iu

war tb*
t*xt^

l^c^fd

^"^"7^*:^^

, ^^ say

sitice

Maxmuelfef

3tm ZtZ btior^ d^.


ZtZol^
Tbo.. conclusions

^U^^^ Uv.d aa . v. n^ fro. . mo...y and tbe.


som.

bi^ory. pick ^IP the tbrc*d of at a b,anV ..d a..e.. .bat

B^d

tbit po-nt

P^.r When T^nhar, w^en

Vedicr tradition

m^

^^^

^he Veda, and


llie

valid

w. b-v.

di.c.a.ed In - 5prUa cbnp.^-

"

^j^^jty at

sun

Reader RecepdMly
kind .n unlteord ot rtesi! of I'M
(sffl>">ill

of t>

j-1

'""

So
a
i.

It

""OU.I.

u,

v^^B

th. veu>

in

the a.t.on..l.

for^U^

thai J.wf.h.

.^^.^n, Chri^i and Muslim

ah^aO^ AtUr tn reliant ^^.^pUr. is pointed o.t of Gi^^is down bn r^rded .pd hatidd ite stor^ r the cr^Uon h>. dl and mi - -^^es ond spiritadisi* of .elfl^ soula

W.

my

Hrtorical a^i-^tlions

wo

will

te .cwpurf in

" of

^..ne.

Hundfcufi
^

^(.railon.

by menasiary chBUvinlsts and politicians


FtntL weigbiy consideration il wfll b In Addition Ui ihe above ^xpuun tradition ia eho able lo oDt in the rolloxins patf that Vedlc nn inor Vedic tradition

A, Teh

11

of .vdl lo,...l .ou:*.

,.>^on^, ma^nd.
'

li"'refermc* works ani w"gti

*"

'*=''"'

and

comlau

aJl hlslflry.

Oimlnele or

HoaUng. rootless Mitoiy becomes en inexpHtable maga of tradjt.ont Chriatian end Muelim Unjffed ld*a*. Fqr inaunce. Jewish, Ibo conWiA of ^^^^j Wtd tmiinnloKy cen be ejiplained onlv In bloclt. So"^ Vsdk history bauie they aU chips of the Vedic

af^o

..J,
Tlie

..! by

..e.

But

mi.

Wl.

I,

only

J'* ^^n^

1wJ > priory stiurM couid, If v^fff. Morv^, ^. I. wilh U oil p.dod. vidictKl other .ojipt^K

"^Ir^

oLher iml]*r initenc

dtd

in

a chupl^r titled

^How M"

.horl^mintf

1,

ov.r-i,piin8.tl by

'^ZrZZj^^Z

"^
t^.rt^l
htr). "**'" ""-,

unf->".H<.-o

Oftmowor^t of ..orld

T^il

.nO lhr,r.iJHH

i.-imili^i

ion over ^

Tl tE

UNIRED HELD THEORY OF HISTORY

of

In Itw enllre ranat TWfl wslume BhouM rank es very unique r*r ta wt can ?W. in woilcJ hhUirlcfil llMrnilure, becaus*. io

modei-n

Ume no one has

piTsentcd

congiatenl-,

plausMe.

hlalory. Each Qn& hw eontinUQUB, jflnitte-wurte accounl of wO]ld and random pcirtt. discuasfid aome chosen i^iiwls

begun ni

mma

topics of history and imlled

it

a dttf.

Sucb
in thfl
ia

LrtEilTficnl Es

mindg of

t^n? tntijlUgcnliEa
''i>l^'">'?

:,yniplon>BUc of Ihe cosiTcsinn Ihnl tbounds re^ardinu histoiy, TImL confusion


is

muKElDieiiil. T^^s

intended lo lumovf Ihat confufllnit


opeti

hw^ from
of
lutfJcol.

the readers

mind ond

befort him a
in hFslory.

new

^%U

sj8temfllEC and ihoiTCHJjfh

iWnWnii

Thilolwa

oiiTM
ia

IhBt

despite?

diverse

rofuiiffista^bna

Ihf

Irhmatwnl iIMnil y

awminaly one. Ukewise ikhyaicista agiife that the


a stnjfle

divirm elemenls of Ute pbi/Skal world wranale from


That Indlctney Lhal the
BvifrjthinB,
la

sounwfor

a eei^iJn
is

common

3lnii.inj{

pomi

Nfltu Hilly hEBiory

no

frjrceptton.

Histoid

tw

Had

one poJnt bt^nnlnjj. Thai la lo any the b<pEnaJng frwklsb, of ibe cosmos and the lUjit of humanity w,is not a rartdEwn. anywher?, sponlniieous. wild p-owlh of just anything, ftmytlmt.
sioijlo-SQiirce.

(inyhow.

wd

call

a plannw] and syslemaiic beginning. Thii it vhA webellfwa tbe Unin&a l^tuld Theory of Hisioiy. ConsequenlTy
It

wasi

ihfll in

modwn

tlmna ihfs volume

is

the

flrjit

wurk

to proijaond

auch a v\^,
Thti world bitM^

mHUona of yan

iifio

with the Kruia Yugi

^^pH^.*,

t^fldymade ^ling

to on nd,

ihoM wha

oould read or teach wwienl Sanskrit tejcu,

dwindted iiroeressivcly.
c5iwrt "^^ ^^'^'' <^ven as people of the ^^orld.
ft

V^dk

was

over the that cBinstrOphe which ushered a dark >


Into se:tOT and pockrta

; ^^^

human world, Humanity became divided cut off in with snmc (finups remaining
Vivmg^ Id a stBte of primltivG
It

dislant re^flni. sinkinif

is

those which

we

regaRJ

tod^

backwai-d communities such as the Bed as the forest tribes or the of Australia and New Indians of Ameiica or the aboi^gine5,Maofiea
wei-e in s sUghUy belter aUte Zealand, tXher pockets nf huirianity whole totally lost ila reat scienUfic of civilization. Yet humanity as a

ci

ftf

three humanity coiniinued thn>ugh

Wahabharat ei'a and waa pushed and technological advancement of the a fresh start, baek almost to square one to moke
woi-lJ has caught up once a^n Eversince though the Western advancement yet that is atwut wiih some lemarkable technological credit side. Even thene the WesteiTiers ell that can be said on the recapLui'e the loay prtndplei have totally raBed to lesusciUte and and painless prophylactic profidency find standai^s or economical giiuideur of Vedic ai^Wtectufe. of Ayurved and the im maculate 9ia] cohesion politick Even in other fields such as theological units/ poverty and crime, ensunnij and administrative unity, eradication of elimineting sectional, access to all parts of the world,
.

^,UZi w^
As^rSzythE..

br..e. into r^onal

^^"^^^^

Babylonia.

Fct^,
tliE^t

Indi.

and Chine. Contr^nly

^2
lilte

t hJBtonc^ t.:^^
Bfil3fyTania

assume

man

evolved fi-cm a

monk^

and be then dp^loped a Ungu&ge


and ^yria-

mt

he onjaniied slates

unimpeded
sectaiian

and

religious strife,

modern

society mtes vei^ low^

The

seated by nwolci^caUy the Vedic pantheon wag

aid crteda.

yni)}

each aweaiintf allegiance lo

breakway cults some paiticdar form

Buddhism. Christianity and propagation of factional reli|^ons like society and plunged It into Talam havt dnven wedgea tn htaman
social
lost.

moorings have been and theological confusion. The Vedic

Humanity today

is

in

the hapless position of

bang thro^
dark.

Lnaui^ioDy. hiviTK broken down,


Uiff

teaching or Sacisk]
local

throughout the woild, mannerisms and corruptions of the


it

for oveiboai^ fr&m b wrecked Vedic ship ta fend

itself in a

anden;. pnmordlal Sanakiit


of EuroiM. Asia

^ve

rise to various regional

limguai^

Interests with each stormy, shark infested sea of divisive selfish kill the others. individual or gi^up trying to outdo, undo or
It fs

md

Africa.

That was

hov

ancient Vedic unity bfol

this stoiy

which

this

volume unfolds, of how a once united


1

Kp Into

ihfl

pnuni

cleavage in eveiy sphere.


all

world

is

bdng

progressively Cor regi^sively

riven into ever smaltir

Likvi the lochini oT


n:bii#ciurv and
KV4i>rtr

Vedjc sciences and arts such as

fiercer ftnd moi-e cnmical factions.

Ayurveda (the

Vetlic Science of

nnedidne) suffciw
coniff

Bvihack

bwaust

while Ih^ir texts remaine<J SansUritt th


lHn>!|i.!R'We

World hoped incidentally, that this Unified Field Tneory of Vedic cuUura. History would help unite humanity once again Jn
It la
.

indent *eiy gf Sanskrit, as the universal

having

iflU'

n
u-

-^

^riikin(!

erf

Sonslti^. fibundomnent

and purpose. ovenrhelmlng soda] utmty


.n.yclopoedia of lost histoo^, 83=0 se-^e as an This vohim^ sbouia unknown b.v. b^n ..Iv^ged bidden S.v^ tmth.:on rosining enllhteQinent of the world. p.*Mnt*3 herein for the

^d

HISTORY A TSEW FRAMEWORK FOR WORLD


of hooka beioij

gnd

TO, volume r^ni. i3 of na


and or.
is

s me.'e slud^r of historical also points oxit Itiat

one a histonan tf alon^ use and doe^ .ot make kr.osi' tbe truth not have a mind keen to with tbBi study one does ^oub to speak H out from house-u^ps
not co^ratfeous
opposition fi-om En ihe teeib of fip^ce

HIstoty

is

a subicci

Ln

which there

!s

no deaith
all

constantly published to nothing

lu^nd

the world. Hal

such bo.k. snioun

more than a

there wiihin th. Uttle ttnkenng here and

vanous

pressaiie groups.

emlMt of

ti-aditional

conceptsi-Ole

different This volume has a rsd.cally

to play for

inasmuch
st.dy.

this volgjue is history, unlike -mough the subject mfltler of a mere rehash of old events others the reader wont meet here and unknown history, a absolutely n^yt narration of lost but and garbled and half-underatood concepts

S5

(t

lays

down an

aJt^igether
in

new framework
world

the

compj^hension of and i-esearch


UiK "^njE

m^ry.

And Darwin

plmsible explanaUon of

a Trcs^ new research melhodolo^,

The evidsice presented

ndiflustive

but only aa

votumo should be i^egarded not field indicative of a vast new, virgin


in this

rfucetton

h^

world, do^i-'^-B 'h. ecadsmi.

^m te.

^; LrZevolv^ ^
Idem-day

e.vi.l by

D^in. Eve. Lh=.,^

--

of reseflrth.

physidsl. and tiologi.ta

ay be

^t^nlna

.eri^

inronnstion Thousands of new research volumes containing suc!i


to hepubliahed. eoucLiywise. lep onwise ajid language-wise will have

pun^
t

Vedic would be proper to found a Woi'ld and tuition Htrita^e University or Academy to conduct rescajch

For

this ffreat task

it

Tl^Lni
finality

aboul ^^^^''^ th=se two concepts JT id write mouKhun<,tionaW., im^utabl,. a.th..UL,v.


lire

mo,l .ohdav. of
have ..

all

discipline,

""^"""/^^X^^;

about them.

la this pi-iniordial

human

heritajfe.

CesBws Created Ai One Go


This volum.
is

meant

.0

de^ a death blow

to tho.e

end.: that

the world of

mat.r -^^'^
In

one o by dimity Vedaa were also delivered

^-nbed
lo

^ ^r^"^';^
the

^^-<^^^^'^

humanity Bt the very

^ -^^^^f^^'tTof

univt-r^

t boofc of
cJ

iWi complex an of lb* anivprw w&s enU'uslei by i11v{nty Ic a littSriieii bund of sajjes, and admin ist rtora known a$ Ksholnyas They sit spoke ore uni vers^ God'tjivTn UinnuAjfc noin^ly Sftnikril. Eversmce the world of human
.

of Strmjltnnooualy LhtjadmlnJslrDUm limifliM cosmos.

tX\

VnowlpJ^ conwmlnff

lh<> v^orlcfng

^*^'

l,untBn
u,

ll^p.

t^hnoKwy

*"" mftitaty oivamTfltBii lo m^idn.* ind topqintout Lh.ttbebir:wwu.<rf -oiM


Buddhists. ChrisiUns.

.^1

2oroa5.mnns,

Muslim* tnJ
thy

p*^
ibe

faith, the r!^^in every other

t^lnology

u md

orfafns

hn conlinued l*
<^'d^
nijht
>^'Bir.

funeUM

in

a procreating

dnd mtitu^ly Tht


lllUmuti! HlslO'y

ttlu eating

Thii unlvei^nliLy of administration and lant^age


ihrout'li

conifnuisJ

from the slort of creation^

tjpto the

Though

ta

a was

U L

n=lWnsi

lUm*

in

thh

^''"^

Mflhjibhnral

The UrvahAtma nutT^r devastaLton wTtJuuhl by thot war shaltri Uip wDi'Idwide pn'moi-dial Vecllc. Sanskint culture, h was then that
TTie colossal
lite
fttiJ

';;^;r*
sll

frajpnents of that eai'Uer universal Vedic culture

Hew

a^t
too

eter^ bond or tb. KUvity. biimm Ufe. speb and

^ml .bra tb r.n, .bro,b


lil.

csm*

lo tie caLe^^iiTted ns Syiia. Assyria, Scythia, Babylonia.

Crt^te. RtEWe. F^jii, Oilna and India.

The

F!iitish

Empire

TO

.boold .1.0
,

=<-!

v^

b.

"^7'^'",
"""

>i nnxtti tm 0"*


ot the jinyacisia

foes'

='^'^''

W5 simitaHy dismembered
World Wai'

InLo several inciependent naLic^ns afler

H
bang concept
lanj^uag^s

Ite sO'Call^ mo^Iem VAT c&ma^f 1^


vok-ld

too are notb/ng


afLei^

more

than

...

of tbo

.p,.

-^

rfi^oml corruptiont of Smskh*L genei'ated

tbe MahabhsrsL

,j^ f,,,, ,nvisMe rsnilorr

^',t;r- "^ad,t w.

'

iQ the coilapse Of SanskitL tuition Ihroughout the

"
jSigoinst this

As

veiy plausible and cohesive explanaltan of


ai'e
ail

how

modmi laji^^es
philolciKJsCa

mere

dialects

of

S9n$krit,

modem

, tmc .hap or air ->--. =:x'?rr,r:r:L:rr. rt;'t


,
flf

-n^

"^^

J
,

advance some confused, bapb^zatd and unconvincing

arguments for tbe mutual inter -relifilionsbip of various languages.


This volume thus bridgf^
all

gaps, straightens out aU confused


a]
I

mu5l

amount* lo "ying the fittest' It iben one who got be the Htl^sl while

"^^

*">*

Kim

thinking and ps-ovtdes a consistent and logical account. of


rfg'ht

history

illogical.

from the creation, as has not been concpLVodn attempted or


in

Bfoomplisbd to our knowledge


i^tijm>e thould

modern times.

Thei-efo^'e, this
itself,

pn.t, .d ..a * ..bene. oy^H. "^':;.'rjf::::


Urn. coi.ai.ii.ta 5epaii land mass. !n courae of
.,

rank aa bcbnging to a class by

a history

of histohesn 8 pace-seller and not a^ a mere one -among- many,

i,

,Mrt of

humdrum

hixLoiy booka.

L .mo,
we
shall dJscuss diff<*rent

for a ,on.

In chnptor afier chapter hei'eafler

VUc

siKSiMna &u...brii. cullur*, everybody

.-"'^^,7 -W i tbb*^^^b.

XflTjCOh^^^^^"

^5

2t

^,K.( .v,T.drfrii,(nirivi-flHic-l-irrtrtrc-cukuraJ divid*^ mto tliff^rent r^onfil .h-ti^ A * mtli. Pl^ sot
'

gnity^*,

to rafldinii history topsyturvy .

When even Uw SWia. who

ir* tht

'

Mirif ludi

5eytl*. P*rtMji.

%,

AMyrifl. Babylonia.

Etf>Tpi

very flo^h find blood of KinduJgm hve iprouted ucb leadpn In Qtu* times It tft no wonder that in the dislunt pnat similar Hlfltb
t

eonaidtiraUons of a few individuals led tg hrtakaway t^nupa HparetlnK

tod Ovna.

thcmecWes fnom the world Vedic brotherhood,


Christianity and lalim.

caDiitf

tbamielva

ibty

divided. separ&(J iind esinuitrl ss lit*r tlwy becfljTit furt>ier ^peaiting dlfTereni vanettes of broken Sinskrit, nd opting
bcBmiii

DrHvtdlsm
Likewise in the south

some non-Brdmin

Isiders art working

OitttntildaiKS. professing slranKe Ideologies andswesrinif alletjianc^


to ^Brngnnt creeds and nliigions^
Siih schJsni Is getting

mass hyaterfa sft^nst north Indians as a whole on the one band, and ag&inst thear own Brahmin community on the other. up
a

worse day-tiy-day. SruJIer and smaller


,

Their alogan

is

Dravidism which
i.e.

is

absolutely indefensShle historically


aeer. V]&: Kntyiver sUas

^mw groups are being created


bKiuw
id
Ka]j

This

is

pefhaps humanity s d^sti ny


'

Dravids CDra^Drashta

lesmed)

cosmic propbecy

recorded

Ln

Sanskrit scripttirw does

indeed spealt af such proprssive deterioration In public aiandarda

was the name of the first group of Vedie sages who proceeded Csuch as Europe to South India and otbor parts of the world
to start

b^vjour
Yug. the

leading la diif dis^Lress


1$SA>

m^

divisions in the present

Gunikulums

i,e.

educational and socio -econDmic training


inatitu lions played

and

ih<t

worst

in the

el^maJ cyde of Ibe Yugaa.

esUbtlshments. People gradusting from these

Stkhism
btcBi, the mirvfving cmtral cone of Vedtc culture
is

Veishyag and different roles In society as Brshmina. Kshatriyaa. The current untouchability and disdain attaching ia the Shudras,
its^f under

Mmn ftrain.
hi

Parts of

its i^eographicfl]

corpus were lorn apart in

Shudras started only with talamso invasions when Hindu fluidity and viiility was atifled and a petrified Hinduism fafled to oust the

1917. In recent tynes

Mme

ambitious, power-hungry politiciana

Us* north are feverisbty

busy wblpplng up

mass

hysleria

miil'AulJng Slch

masses to proclaim that they are non-Hindus. What


it is

ireveaty of truth and hlstot^'


(that ii

to assert that the disciple- corps


to save

Muslim Invaders, it is since then, as in o gsme of musical chaJre. ^at csattis became birth- oriented. Whosover was a Brahmin. Muslim onslauBht. Kshiitriya. V^sbya or Sudra at the time of the matter what that label for all generations tQ come nu
held on to

what 'Skh'

alias 'Sishya'

mean$] raised

by valiantly fighting against the Mugha] army, is or WR nevtf Hindu Th& fact that e^^ry Gyru worshipped Vedjc
f

Hindudom no more Hindu


Though the

he did for a living or the kind of

life

he

led.

Many

such cob*eba

of mistaken concepts need to be cleared. This volujne which plarys that cleaning role.
Is in

way a

higtory

Wali< pid died to ?ave

Hindudom

is

easily forgotten.

in fun of the adoration of Vedic dejtjps Sikh temples fcriipMlouaty om)t to fnahrine any or them. The^r chief shrine, the Gddffi Temple el Amritsar displays peintinga of the atTOCtttes
ii

!Wy CtwiLh

wveral of histories and the ultimate in history because It achieves atari for Objectives a^ one stroUe. Fsrstly, it disoovera a unitary
universal humanity.

SKondly^

it

clears the linguistic

meas and

^ the Muvlimf to
(KnonriK
petty
tif

reiirt

which the then Hindus organised a brave

was confusion and potnt^ to the unerring concluaion ib&t Sanskrit the first language given to humanity by divtnty. TWrdiy^ it points
out the invalidity of the vaifue talk and confused notions about

dJKiple eorpt of vacant flahtera


ihat

lome

self siyled

By conveniently by- passing and tradijrs, havinK an eye on some

an Aryan race or Aryan people end

clarifiea

that the term Kry*

1^,

are dedarinR that SJkht have closer affinily with the

Mmlimi

md

ihut Uinduitm

is

ihrir

common enemy.

This

amounU

2a
'"^"'^'^

^-Trrpot.

anv .*^ or

Jloi.r-

Fourthly, thj*

laiufnnge
thiii is

SanskHt,

U & moat lot^cst and

icJentiflc

Baumpiinn bwantw

factory ^ field -^aitie or ^tme^play snorts, aj^^n OTpinlsed productivity sKarts only witb compksieMsei.9, prrjarmiion

how any

73?nd 1^ ^
]^lr,f
tMory. Mch bsd

*^^*

""^f"^ ^'^

hiiphDzard ^xplar^atifms.

and

skill

provided in odvance,
la

it

doean

start with

t.

protoplMm

or a big bang. That

exuctly whet Sansknt scripture say. Th*rerorB.

>utl^ t^^Hmtt and reseiMth in thr niadine. wrfHns.


hiLhertfl

remained unknown-

Ihqge scrijAurcff are fundamental sciertific and hlMoHi:^ JQCurnenta recordir^ the creation of the cosmoa and of humuntty.

jlidfUPl

affalnf an our gtob wirre given Our contaiUnd ihal human of wel! trained human i|i^it>' wilh aji initia] stock
[i>

Moreover, such a beginning

la

conflrmHl

try historical

roearch
En

too. Pushing hiaioricel research further and further tack

i[me

tnB5 af iU

and

e]l

caUbrtS. anJ with

votumes of comyrehenaive
as

kntnrfpdge ti.t the VedBs)

may be dismissed

mwely superstitious

from whatever point on earth auch ea Tjnor or Timbuktu we find the Vedds and Sanaknt lang^jflge to be at the farthest end^ Bvtty
language. reUgion, cult, creed or country finds
the Vedas and to Sanskrit
En

itself related to

nd

unscienLiflc.

the ultimate analyala. And since that


in

any given Tromen: wHl [irobably never tw tolally populated this globe ccir-inoed aboul the way humanity at first nd prognssed. Were human beings parschuttd here fram other

An

Tiumaniii' ai

twin .heritage

la

India's preserve

our

own

times, every country

en earth of
its

feels

the need of indologfcal regearch for an understanding

own

cultural background. According to the weD- known adage,


lies

hiKvenly bodies? Even

if

they were,

rwred or irijned

ffven

on those

questions raised. The enpIanettDn


Hflt
is

how were they put to birth. Other planets sue some Of t:* thai trained buman betngS were

the proof of the pudding

in Its eating, aimilErly iha proof for

the conclusion that Ihe Vedas and Sanskrit l^guage form the

primordl^ heritage of mankind from

its

very incetaion

la

proviiW

dovm

to populiite the earth

from heaven or from other planets

by aH kinds of evidence, 'HKrefore.


If

it

haa got to be accepted.

tbf best

Uut

could be offered,

is

not less " scienUfic


it

*'

than

people ask ua

thcDirwiniui theory or Lhe

Kg length ry.

must be remembered

fir^t generation of

how and where could God have trained the humana in their earthly duties, we may point
as

bcTf that a meOsphysilciat is as


In firt

meti physics

is

much a scientist, as a physicists much more superior science because it


and every aspect of
itself

(0

the

humble

bee

en

Instance.

Who

trained

her
Is

ia

honey manufacture? Similarly humanity too waa


congenital
skills.

bom

with

own

Ultes

ST)

oversl] view of every brsjich of life

This

is

why we

have to believe the Sansknt

Ihf world infitead of

conTming

only to One topie.


in hcflveti

scriptures, vi? the Vedag, the Puranas. tbe Ep^ca

(Hsmayan sni
earliest divine

Mahabharat) and Manusmriti which constitute the


$9 whether well -trained eddt humans were Incubated
or on
record of the creation of the cosmos in God'a
.

own lanKuage* Sanskrit.

cvth or were parachuted here from elsewhere must remain


co]tei;tive

imich a

mystery

for humaruity as a

whole aa eveiy

Narn>w Range uf Mundane Logic

child 'a

oonc^on.

births progress^ to
it.

proweaa and death remaui

To aatia^
It msiy

the heckler and quibbler. In

mundane terms about


only within very

unknown myitfi7

the origlna of humanity beyond

what the scripture say is not poible


logic openiies

The MfcsumF^on
an
iMilinl

be that man's
it

mundane
fa

(hat tbs world of

well tinned gmerittion of

human affairs began adult hymana furnished

narrow confines and


with

beyond the capacity of the liny human


d<rtih.

brain to comprehend the myatery before birth and aftr

piptrior. ilvine toiowled^ tihe Vedss] and equipped with adivin*

^iirt,

we know

thol

nil

human

sensea
Ihey \a\ovf the outline of world history filrly Bccumlely, yfi researchers coni^Eirned with truth and not with ocadBrnJc pmtiga
btijrr

' "^,' Iw^rTh^ri., h.v. fol

UPP-

^d

low*r limit,
thfit

and
i,

and bluster confessi that

tNy know

very IKtIe about

\Jrm

"""^ * able t sl^^^^'

***^'*^

qu^tion as to how
^"^"'^

origin of hujtianjty,
l>r,

T>onBid C. John son of the

Museum

of NBtional History,

!Z^dTn^^*^
berti^rtt,

(^ n*>^

* '^"^'^'^^

^'^

^'^^

"""""

^'

C^lf!ve1and,

Ohio.

USA. observe

' '

Fossil dfacoveries in

Europe. Africa
in

ond Asia are pushing human origins further hack


the seed cair^e f^rst Or the tree? 4<^'i )m^' wbrtJier whether the *WJ came ^rsl or ibe hen ? People
la is

Ume._. H

becoming increasingly cl^r that the scenaiio of human evcHution

BtekwBU
Ph>tiiisL*

on

tetf

much more complex. The prahlem-limp


ancestors, and

is

three to

tm

milticin

CBi'l etplun whrtber

it

It

effort

which brings results or desliny


light
Is

years ago. Ther* appears to have

he*Ti a (sreai diwcrgity of possible

UT

punled

whether
that

wave or particles?

human
The

we don't know how they were

related. "'

Oewil(^{su
inrtsssni

are surprised

oceans never overflow despite


Univ^siillt]^ u( Sanskrit

in!W* of v^ai^f froni innumerable rivers. Surgeons have the bodv. A male f^lad to lotaie the eefl where the soul i-e$idE9 in explain why )k IMibolijgisi frho lovH to nirt with women cann&t
lika (o
igsiidt

similar

wonder

ta

expressed by scholars at the world sweep


in fact

of Sanskrit literature and

of every aspect of Vedic culture*


in his

kin

their spittle

and caU

it

nectar on earth

when he ranla

For instance, A.A.Maodon>U observe


f

tnok

titled Indiu't

Pail

human ^piiUe

in his

medical classroom lecture as the dirtiest


dlsfiase'ful

pHge Ufi)

'

The history of how Indian

fairy tales
all

and

fable-i miicretd

divt45teful, dfli^erttus

&nd

thing on earth ?

from

ow

country to another to nr)y

the people af Europe

Mm Hii to Take
All

and Asia, and even to African tribes from their nrigin^


ihc Cr4ikn for

home

In

Granied whether
it

India, borders
in

on the marvellous.
of

It is
-

not a ease of single atones

LM Kbow instances
Toaa

indicate tl^st

history or other

finding their

way by word

mouth

. .

from India lo other cou ntrieg

t^Hns

hm
life

to take the world, as

is,

for granted.

He

has

but of whole Indian


translations the

books becoming through the medium of


property of the woi!d...many fairy
tales

to xhipE h]>

witMn the narrow oonflnea circumscribed for him

common

by divlnih Alias Nattire.

Man has

to admit that the higher

mysteries

current

among

the most vgrioua pipLlean be traced to their tui^nsl

of cootiic lifemuM itmain unexplained to his tiny brain. Therefore,


In
thfr

home
The

in

India."

fleW qT history too


Lhai the

we have

to admit,

on the all-around

irndmtt w nouce.
wiib buMfiimj^

Universality of Vedic
En

Music
facet of human activity,

Vedss and Sanskrit did

come

to earth

How?

Like the inborn honey -making skill of the

an alLagether different

namely muaie.
book on IndLin

bee we
firal

niMJ

thai the Vedtfl

and Sanskrit language along with the

once again

we

find Indian,

Hindu, Vedic musii: to be the baaa


writes
-

nmenHim

ft,By

tr^ned

humans

formed

the

basic

of worid music,

German author, Weber

in

his

in-tradt with ^-hieh divijiity (aUfls Nature) started the worid W, ibtreTore. uke that b3 the starting point of
hifttory.

lock

human human

Literature (page 237)

"The Hindu
also

scale

So, Rch Ga, Ma, Pa.nhii

Nee has been borrowed


(n

by
fa,

the Persians,

where w

fhid

it

the form of do,

re,

mat

so* le* d,

ft

came

to the

West

Him

\tKiaii

i%

HumaaiirT
1

1)

?.^%y Ho*' a5d


1677.

is

man 7

friwn the Encydopaedli

ijf

Tamor anre PcrKtrnwi,


,

nwugh dasan>om

historians

likely lo

preaume and

isspfI

ItTi

d lnlrtrf"a by Gufdo

Arw

in

Europe

ihe for^

^
world around th^m were very primitive, Thsy
of Herssiin Lebedoff

2J

my

hffld tbt

vvrdiu
It

"From

the above -stabed ipeciment.

mtirt.

ttiniony of the Ind,an onpn ^rit pifflm. and ^* rtus * dj'^ct " Kftle of M^m notof our Eurtjpowi

be obvious to those

who

are icquajiited with the Indian orthognpby


tlD^ir

and Idiom

that S^r William Jones changed the wcp'ds uid


t

Afto^
nspw^ of
ongin of

If

a PBfidom
Itr*

htmun
hwmtn

smpUns of bow. no matter vfhizh mvMtlgation, th^y ai^ sdiolara pick up for
Hindu. Vedic, Sanslmt. Arya. Senatafi.

pronunciation

i^

iMnaEtquCTtcr of his defective kncTwledge of (be

Sanskrit Innguaae.

Many

of tbe ini^uirers into AsIaUc litei^ture,


In

willy nflly led lo ihelrdJan.

however, bave been induced lo place en impUdt confidence "^


information, aa autbentic.

hb

culture.

bidden taBy the name Herasim (of the author quoted aluve)
is

wording in individual isolation Yrt at thew scholar? have bT^ refidrevous to which and bffrildennent unnware of the ctjmmon
they
I

tbe Sanskrit

name Eari-Smha

j.e-

the lion of i

man named

Hari.

*]

veering.

U ia

like several people diifginR lunneJa throuifb

mountain fnmi different directions and heading unknowingly to

Because the contemporary world has

relied

til]

tod^ on

histories

of bidifl's Vedic, Hindu cuUure written by ignoramic and hoatfle


alien

I conUEUMi central intersection.

Muallma end ChHstlens

it

has developed topsy turvy prejudicial


of music
it

M
T

fucb 1 juniniiiw

it

is

no mean
is

providential oolnculence that able to correlate the effortaj

notions.

For instance,

in the fi^ld

ia

loosdy asserted
a great fllBp

cofweived of this volume which

that Lidia's alien

Muslim

invadei'S

and monarcbs gave

and contTusions of Scholars of a myriad feeets of and to


iti

boman

activity,

to Indian music through court patrociage,

poi/tt

out to them

I1,

that tn$tfi&d of continuing to wortcler

Thet chauvinistic claim propagated by Muslim court stooges

isol&thon ebout the Vedi'c termins] that they


in

have

r^eeched; they

and

implJcitiy believed in

by

their

sycophant following

is

scotched

should Ik aware of felbw scholars

other branches

who

are heading

by Ethel Rosenthal's observation that "In The Jndtun Empire, Sr


William Wilson Hunter remarked, that a regular system of notstfon

Uttanit the a&me lerminal.

And

since

theji'

are

aJl

converging on a

common
all

point, ijisterf

had been worked out before the age of T^nini and tht seven

noleft

of wasiinjif ibeir ener^e? any nnore fn hypothetical speculation,

how

were designated by

their Initial letter?. This

notahon pessnl from

ver>

Hsy

and graifying would

it

be

if

Lhey

heresfler concentrate

the Brahmins through the Peraians to Arabia, and


into

was then introduced

on the study of the cneation as expounded by Vedic tradition. Lei 40 idulv? of the world, of even 9a>nce and technolc^, for onoe

Eunopeen muskr by Guido


.

d'

Arezzo at the beginning of the

ilth century. .Hindu music. aRe^- a period of e^tcessive elsboration.

Rudy with deep

iryst and faith

what Vedic tradiUon and Sanskrit

sank

under

the

Muhammadana

into

stale

of

arrested

taft^have to say iboui the origin of humanity and of their own pKfi] branch oT study, e^en as a hypothesis. Sucb a study they

development..,,"* Thus, far from enhancing music Islam degrwied

and

stifled

It.

*m

find vci^. saiisfyina

md

iUiuninaUng and answering oU their


C2) P. ?C(ACrmnnaror:he Pure uHi Mixed lr(iknT)f[de<cts.---MitbodiaIiy a rroneed It CatCkiiXJi., wxoniinf to the Br4ihmtnkn iQ/item Ejf the Soinakrli

dfiubu,

" ^

t ichoWs
l^ i

hp-e Hlherto placed Implicit faith In concept

*l.jinfui^ by KpraaJm LflbtdofT. London, printed by Q.

S^nmn

Ruclifl

Sr Waiiam Jon, Mamueller and

the like fratn

HiBhway, IWl AT).


iZl F.

*n hldi ootioni of the Christian elit

about the physical

2The teory ttt bidUa Muile ant Ita InitruniDU by

Etbii RoHnib&l.

.on

If.

therefore,

Europe uihrd the pr awnt mkl^iw


erf

t^ thA
Bccnw.
ion^

if not

bEH^use of ChHfititn^iy but in npite

Chrisiiwity-

^^
.r II
S^h^krii

Z^i v^
Sdiyjdpv). By

r*

ti-Bb,

and *hi the mhflb.unt

Jt Is

Apparent from the evf4jcnc died above that

Chri*Ftiinl(ty

Ukp Pr^d .U>m ffk-rlB^.


thcY

- r^Iiff^us

Lum

Brt>uid it ficcording Uj l>ie AncJent

bdd

the Europearw in the vk of primitive Bnt^-dlhivian notkinsfiU

""^^^ P-K* l^)' the CornicO of

ms

^-^

i Ifi^^aJI

^^"l^l;^

^'=*>' ''*

BeiidffiN CbriatiBnlty ffuppred

pre-Chriistisi hlaujry of

Europe

these place*

wi^

Ad

which pi-oves their former oni*red to be deetrtjyed, in Prance. wwinlfl for iheir pi*senl scsreity
io every

exisu^

gnd forbade wiy resMTch into the psdit. Such aa Xbe terror of the Church of Eogl&nd thai a society of sntiqiiaiisins hvl to diswWe nd disband itsslf for fear of the Qiurch

fa

flgHinst

ctninit^, common Such lupppwsion wbb a feature ChnsliBnity. For instance, DvcfUkm nd ovemin by Islem and

human

such terror of Islam end Christianity wlikrh enslaves minda, Vedic Iradilior not only allowa fuD rein to cme's

in

Hnljin

existed Britiih Sotrltlr of Afiliqiiurics

kigic but also

makes thp immtV of

truth and freedom froro the


It

the Itme of

coTislrainta and

mlMria

Of trthly erifltence the highest goal.

KHabPt*! and Kin

Jamw

'"buL

ii

being sugK^i^i that the

u(d

certain great lorirty w<nild b* prejudicial to

and

l^med
it

bodies

should, therefore, be the duty of every right- ihinlung persoti m* KWrding to onJy to acquaint himself with Vedic cnlture but live
ita

for thai

mton

the

members thoaght

it

fii

U> break

off.

Nor

tenets to

reestaMsh

the unity of

mankind and of the

entire

enemiea Lo tbem, were tlwrv winUng very powerful men that proved that some of tnd ufiong oiher ihinga they were pleased U) alle^ie but really of A th* wciply were persona not only disaffected to
quiiv different prTLiiunon

globe Sana political and radal divisions.


It
is

this rwlization of the need to acquaint


in vridcb \\

humanity witi

from the Chiirch of England^

"*

the Intellectual rwtrtinla

This

is

yet another instance of

lopsy-lur^ notions prevalent


It

has been placed by s^ctman on which it has been interesta, with the fals* cbBUvinistic Mtkma been driibwaUly blBcked fed and with the amount of bistary thst has out or distorted, whicli impelled
volvune reveailing our

bout hJitory umong

modem

tnte!!igenlsia-

Is

asserted almost

me

to present to the world ihla

B^tomaticaJly that the adoption of Christiflnity

made

the Europeans

oomnMn

dhrtne

Vedk

inheritflnce.

intgrewi veand helped them usher the modem industrial civDi^fitton.


It

The ChronologkaJ Skeleton

may

be recalled that Christianity took about a thousand years


I'ltb

k h usually

presumed that since b general chmoological online


generaDy wdl known what more

to

tprwd over thp wbole of Europe (fpom the 4th to the


Thereafter, the M-callcd Industrial Revolution

rule or of dcmocrttic of history comprising accounla of dynastic

crtilury).

came

regimea and of hattl etc.


could any

is

fuU SXI

ymn

li^.
v^ry

new book on

history teQ 7

CofiinHly

dowly gyarded

secret

i:^

t^iat

the European
lilte

Such
a

a view of history

amounts to a diy,
In

dull,

dead concept

InduvlHil fUrvoluiion coincided with the plunder of ancient Sanskrit

txu from

India and their iranslation Ln

Europe,

look.

a doctor's clinic. Though similar personality's skeletons forni the freme of every human being, yet eh promsa acUvity, thoughts. capabiBttesH voice. InteUigence and

human

akelelon

bung

14)
Ifr)

m,

Th.CilUc
ui

Oruid*,

hy Codfrtj

HIjnffns.

v^

far different

PntMim

A CoJk-akn of OuHoui IMfccaurwi wrium by TJfilfl^^ Aniti^iarta upon Mrr] i!iH4i in mr EnjiUdh Anacniltlw, i\ni publfahfld by -njwMi OilQfd, pHntfld at thi Thonlrc, M^DCC.XX

th pith

md

and are not deduoble from the skde^fio. likewise. will not b* flesh of the pcraonallly of every country
its i;*t.

appw^ni from a mort chrontdogicil liwtch of

The akekton

HwM.

31

Z
Oie

of nn ugly wfi^S) f M bml^^' QtH*" *"d two m5pirl whDe Frt"i* ih-t the

^H 5m
fllive

th^

^m^
but
say.

would te ^^
of.

dJITriwt
t Muslim
ft,h

mr*fort.
Arnhifl
Jind

Ihoutrh the chronoliSgical

sMetons
Jffmflar

or Christian
cejilu ries

England or a Hindu India betweeq

eemed to adw^onisly explain ill Ihe known jrofmiim other pvftIlLn thwriw. And ltt4r Plinck'a of rsdiatlon as against was found to Have a iaund lagtefHiTTn.
II rfoi^e

201 h

may

look clO$ely

b^ beJ^ff

Thus
unifiea all

B very

uwful rwwrch rule

Ib

to

KCfpt n theoty *bkto


deUDi.

pockmarked

fay

Hindu culture

badfps flc. yet the refinemwitg and specfalitses of wJB have hardly any KHn|>arflble countcj^ert^ (a tlj^

knom

facte Into e syaUirrvEtic doctrine to tho exduslwi


all

faDed lo explain the Inter -relillon of of othara which have

would be hardly dlstrngiiishable India itwlf as a geographic*! entity


from oLhfr land masses. But as 8 continuing home of Hinduism tlm Ved{c mliMi^ India is Incompar-able. Vedic culture is nijt onjy
IndiBS spedBliiy
it

falla Into

discussion the aubkct maltw of thla vohiiiw In viflw of the fibove Unified Fi^ld Theotr two main parta. one presen^ng the

discuasiiig resreh nthodotogy. of History, and the other

Is

wojld phenomenon. Ilei^fore, too the


as a

The preaenution is made In ar For irtrait-iacketed norma and forma.


have been
at

informsil

maniKr, ayold3n|

instance, source rrferenw.

prwent volume (m^bL U) be rejnrded not


book but HS a
bi story

humdnim

history

of hl^tftriea-

the narrative itself

during the wur rf timea quo4*d within bracketa them to th instead of ctigtractintily rtfl^aUng

OisaU

[oformdJ DUcQurse
ii

bottom

as footnotes.
in

Tidt voiiime

kind of an Inrormal discourse or a fire-sida


*3T]

dill Cdevo[J of lhnic9l iai-jjon)

matttre pertaining to worjd

perttdnlng oidy to stray itistances matt^ri hm. included. Thet ii to iUuitrate Indian history have a!.o been altuatlcna. can be applied to ^pedHc rnethods of historical analy^

likewise

some

tiia^ry and culture addressed both to

laymen and j>rofe33ional8^


Ancaiaiy infonnation
3=

topfo also provided on several

prreents on& principal disoivery ntunely that Vedic culture

possible to give readei^ a

mom

=omprebisive or

wtww t id of

and Sanskrit la;iguage pen-sded the whole world from the beK^nnin^ of lirti^, and an au^dliary discovery that the current historical research

the

^tn needs
ntli-^iE

to be spruced up^ because though a

number

of facts

V^c way of thnnm M Umo son.- subjecUve didllc rmiarks tave also \>m<
life-

wei widely known they w?re hilheilo treated S5 Stray bits not

in With

.nvktn

th.t history

n..l b.

^<^ M

'"r>

any lystemotic pattern. The World Vedic Heiita^ discovery expounded in thfg volume correlawg all those known deui Is
into

and howi that iht^ point to a systemaUc single^ $ource beglnninif for huminity,
Tnii may. at
first

of
lo

wbol.. TO. =ura and the sUrfng, of humanity a= , ^'"'l^ti^f,


Iha study agn.t tl baaic obi^uv. beWnd or m.tb.n,aU milium,

ninBful orij, i( moral. Hlst=,y ca, b. (.dividual, the moonng. th. pres besrings of the
il.

its st"<iy

^'^

ofj'^"

siyht,

app^r^ to be a random Twot^^Ts.

BuiiniHiy.a-iimepvtir a

nindgm hypstheafa proves to be theultimaLe


pTKticBliy In eveo- branch of learning. In
En

Jf^
TTT;

TlUi
^'^

happas

of history.
Ail Biich

"**"'*^ ^^^ P^iMck Ca German) proposed

IftW

innovaUona found
inurd to

in thl>

volume may ptfsuad* *n*

^jr.iT"'^ "Plfn ih apBctrum

^^"^

'^

**tromanrtlc radiation diuht) to

pcad^rudan-

currmi

^^bL.hked^

of rli-Uon

emli.^ by a body, Planck was

tr^tmeot of

hlaloi^. lo bei^t* lt

rea^h

'"IT^ v^Of ihla vcium*.

Spti

33 Tb
(n

mch
ihit

would SVf to

pt^irt

out thm tl obiUr

<l(rta

In^iyj^j
or
^^^i

fgn^^mm^
Utt, or

wntfdered 9^ *n GmlH]](shm,i volitum* aftouM be * detmcUng factor. TUtWe who havt not
aiHl

[tiff,

for Instaroft, tht verj tifma

*GwiJi'

mi

bvI ilgni/yii^ rwpectivcly thft vecy beglnnins

md

of ih

'Nw*4*' comwi.

jwmwA foribe didactic treatment of^iistoty in this voJunj, rtsi of ibe matter whfcb they conald niv itra lwn( mm* the
5fistoi>'
t*3's

oUwr I^ropMn dlctl(rt*ri ^tndiird EnSiaV dicUonariw (md ail rwMfif wX to offer a hajihaMrd, roundabout *iptBinon
too)

mo Gk TOOt a> the dead- wid. But tht rtymo^og^ciil wptanau


they pT^vidfi

6M

not right,

beceUM

ii hUtory currmtjy

tniht

us that *vcry hesd of state is the DeFwidtf of, Bcademic Kisloo' too is memij (i cTrtaiD) faith. Ukewiw ordlnBry. dlln aware of his nation s faith and of the basic fWti lo mak* of humaniiy aa a wbol*.
bi ihL same tradition thJs volume has a wid^f, higher snd nohter faith to sustain namdy to make the world aware that humanity

at school,

'tg^mW I* bc* baaai rooi (as j^ to boma'> but an any Latin. French or Creek tl wonl 'lanma' namely to b bom. SimI4rty [t la the auiskrit wh* tha Greek nt nemo, 'to ghre Urffl Nemesis <l not from tlw common Sanskrit the OxTord tKctioneiy explalna) la b
rauliy.

For iaaunwi. the worf

is due-

a a whole
nd

etpreaaion (wrfwi 'nam-sesb^ B3 to exist only In nMrie.

i.e.

bwcaning ao deatreyed or ftKliKi

mugt

rise

above the current crippling

political

barrienj

rfili^ous di^siotis to its original, tmiiaiy mniveraa! faJth.

between

undersurdbg iht dt tn This ahould help not only In also serve to d* acbobni etymology and history but should

Spedal Formal

SuEh B volume, written


Vvdic Sanskrit faith
for 1 format of its
,

in

d^ence of that universal, primordial

reot, that history beSitg at the verj' of every branch of leamLni own fleWs of latmtng goes wrting, concluaitms in their If history

being unique In conc?plior, ita contents, called

wnry. ixn likely to pj absolutriy

own. Theirfore, the author


Is

hops
ll

that reader?

would
ixr

g:lean

whatever

useful

and not treat

es compromised

vohima la to remove On* of the functions of tWa bi the minas of the of smugness and complacent
and urge
it

that rllr*

cancelled out

by what does not meet

tbair taste- Tt would be

to take a second. frh.

cl^

look at world hiatory.

^^^^

unjuat to expect this volume to conform to the narrow cotifpna


of B traditional

The framework

roearch wor^^ because


publication

this

volume

'#hile certainly

may have

to be dismantled
la

in theSr minds her^ofore of world history erected and replaced Itf a beUe- on*.

being a

raeurh

has several other dimensions and

Another ami

to hnpreas on the

adir l* need

to

riaua

functJDhs too,

Srveml U^iiik Features

and tradlUons and not attention to sncfent r^ortis chauvinistic myths or poetic fand.

dbn^ss thern

volumes on hJatory keep app^drin?


la

mere

T^

Bamay>

TVo^
ibe

1 number

coplou. and fairly detailed Mahabharat, for instance, carry their remote antiquity) of
(considering

^ m^^

print aU {Tver tba worid everyday, yet in aD

modesty and eamestnew


in

worida

interatellar travel

pmaii work

ii

daimad to occupy a very unii^ue place


It la

world

unbelievable

U*oriciJ litwalun.

believad that within living

memory
all

such

a oocnpr^ittidi**

nd

nngla-aource account curr^tlng

iaiowo

w^te moat and the USA


ii|].

^^^^^^;"T_ m "** Bmipean k*o^ fantasia in the Victorian er when But In our own ** B^ of our c^t Wstories.
snd devastatinB mijsiks,
ara actuary bufldini

up anwoals and

b of fearful
an
aaid

"Wbw
*bi

Ti*mic pattern of world history atartSng f>'" cnnkn and loMng all historicfll riddles alonj the way haa
Into i

,flL.IHt^

beam,

rf the vr7 kind that

hava been
rtivby-

ud

la

bygnna irti tv lb

D*

*d I>amooa

In thiir

bun aUtoijMd ow

convindng^ty eKeculud i^iilkr*

B4
Hi*of>

dinWvt

weU<rf

tJwrtfore,mtobeestoiy{>felem(dcanfUctltw6tti of the pMl of humBfttty with tt tt


out

3 ani archaeologtats al9o in ftoMng ccrtdo rfdiilfB of tlwh- cmi bnnchvi of learning. Thus B^ain wr see how Hawa in Uvtoo' iffKi, other
Tields

b^

(KgB^rtiy
fifft

wtH

tl beDirrffiU to

muUi*! utnult*.

Mptn rtwn iw human

deln:il<>n. or

erMures of eWdei

of study, tn

ihts:

eense melflphyvlca
It

m^

h* deemed la bt
dJvine lwi

tQT

of ihb

dr. fb* id wat^r tt la the afm such the na*uT*I rainta more drastic mod voluni* to tbow thai there Is alao

B science of eciencs
dffclinEi all

becau^ aajMCts of human

helps ua

undenund

life^

h) which divinity or
Jtist
ii

Nttuie wipes out traces oT past dvfliiHUoin.

Some

of the chapters tnctuded in ihTs vobnve. luch


-

thi

*ehool'boy writ an one aide of skt^; then

Hp
writa

one desHng with th& Vedic socio

economic aystem or the derivition

off with wBtflT. but until that aide

driw up for r^-uae he

VI ih otier side of the slatej or iust as a farmier turns the nil wfth Ilia plough to remove every trace of an hsrves^ed orop to

of Indlsii naraes are to equip the reader with a tot of Beneral informption lo lead to a better ovfirall understanding of Llit main
thesis of Ihis book, and riddies which he
Sei'sral

dso

to enable the reader M> tacWp hisiorical


in future-

Kw wMher crop,

could

it

not he visualised

tbfft dJvinity

too keeps

mny

confront
of

rvaU^wing older civiUiatJons hy aucklng them imide the eith


ttiero

chaplera

thl

book

present

toformatitMi

and
tb#

or submerging

under the

ocam

or making tbem vanish

la

eKplanatlons totally

unknown

to the scholtitic world luch

the (hhi air? This

ts

appBrmt from the numerous ston statua


sigihted in de^olat^

pre-Christian

ori^

of the Papacy in

Home and

of ibe Arehbiihopry

urvlving at remote, isolated spOL$ such as tho^e on Easter Island

of Canterbury 'm Britain, the


tks

Ramayan and Mahabhirtl having been

and the mlaa of the lacss


Thfs law or

mounUiinous terrain 7
chaptaq

much

Ssnakrit the epics of Europe as of India and of


all

Wng

mode

of Nature of

writbg

a finis to peat

the source language of

human

speech.

of histoid also needs to be taken Into account.

H
volda, ther
is

Y^t
ppBtd
end
Bi a

despite such breaks

dents, gapa

^d

hv

been i Vedic teiskrit thread connecting them aD


Jn this

what

Is

being

vQluma as new discovery


to understand

as a connecting link

m^terkey

what had been hitherto regarJed

a b^ipLicabJe deuQa or Independent unifoim pattnia.


Incidentally, ibe law of nature

dted by us above, of starting

humKiity on a new siaU by csUclyamlc eattinction of old civflijations may hsvB a lea^on for gtolggisla and bfologtati too. Geologists have
found that

mmy

a time older rocka cwna on top of younger rocki

wMle archHoAo^iste ortm end up with dlaoovertng only potahwdi


aod

Kgw

iftiplemmts. Therefrom they conclude that


technological progrraL

we

are the

(but to

make icimtmc end

Tti^ are unahfe

10

nmnca*

the realistic deftcdptioni of thnologlcal echievemeota

of the part

vMi

ih* prtmliive reika found.

"Hiercfi^T. tha

Iw ttated by ua aibove ii Uke^ to halp gedkigiata

ST
archttecLure of their

own though

they have no ancient archllfdunl


that

texts anci no slamJarda or

m^uyrcmeni,

Wwt

hnt hai ne

culture end history worth the nanjs befort Mahontad ind Europe past worth any mention Ijefore Jeaus. that Senikrit. UUn. had

Creels,

AraWc and such

other lanifuimee developed somewhere, and

that soon Biler the monkey-maii ste^je and oive-mgn

vn^

maei

somehow

organlKed stales like Syria, Assyria. Scythin.

Panha>

DE^BRIEFING

AND DISINFECTION

Greece,
All

Home. Egypl &nd China.


Buch concepts whjiph are these daya con^iiiered the very

quintessence of knowledge and badges of the hJgheaL scholarship

Evnybody*' mind

Is

Vke

a.

jdibnpsest,

A man

is

bom

with

are challenged En Ihisivchlume.

MJiM" fn-buflt UfidenGes and prefertaces. These gel quaL'fied later


try

what be hears. s5i

Iwms

Readers ane, therefore, requeated to approach an op4^ mind, a mind


like a clean slate

this

vUume

with

or ejqwrtencea, TTiose impresaiofis

shedding their pi^- conceived

arfcd

incUnaUans are TuKher modified by hi? job requirements and

and pre -tutored notions.

Idl rligiQU9H political end nattona! affllifitioiia.

j^ch de-brieflnf of one's mind


Thnji

Ea

something

like

washing a

no

we

comes

to think

eSnah on a given topic with an


this

Kibchen clean before stsiting cooking a meal for the day, and like

opei or doan mind. En the case of

volume

particularly, such

thoroughly disinfecting an operfiUon-thestr? before


surgical operation.

$t.&Eling

a major

approech would prove frustrating and infructuous because the

very subject -mattw of tM$ v&lunte


eonctpia fondly

mns

counter to ailmost
ititelligHitsia.

all

major

hu^ed by contemporary

When

whole

set of old,

deeply imbedded (deaa have to be


calls

uprooted snd thrown out to learn new ones auch unlearning,

Hxse
in the

in

autboHty everywh^^ tbeae days

haw

been tutored

for tremendous courage snd effort.

to bcHeve that the materifl] world

wa? created

'w^tb a big

bang

high beavtos; thri

life

evoked from a protoplasm, that man


that

An

Illustrious illustration of
ta

such an effort actually carried out


in

(le^<d(^d

from a monkey,

loading to brilliant results


the

found

the

life

of

Swnml Dayunand

Aryans are a rtc* which

iiamignted into India from abroad, thit the Vedas are non-deript billAdi compQwd by primiUve nomad*, that the Rigved was composed around 1200 B.C and the other Vedaa ai 200 yeat^ ini^-^al tberwf ter.
'

about 150 years ^o.

As a young nion who had been imparted the usual mundane schooling he happened to request a Wind ascetic, \^rajanand to
inslruct him in the Vedas.

tlMH the

Ramayin. tiw MahabharBt and the Puwias are mytha. ihM while fvery other naUon kn?w f^rw 1 Lo 9 Fndia taught

ihm

thf ue of a sei^ Only a couple of thouaantl years ago. that

The

blind sage agreed to accept the

Mualim invader* made a grat cuhu^l contnbuUon hy thdf murder *d mMtacra rti into India, that Muslims slmogt aJwaya buUt only tombk mdA tonb* and o|uBe and mosques but hMrdiy anj f (be Jiving evw. that the Muslims have had an

the day he would

bum all his

young aspErant as a pupU mundane teKt-books- And sur^iriflnifly

the would-be pupil did as directed. liter this young


into the (freai Deynnand, founder of the Arya

man btossomed
inlerpi-eter

Samaj and
oom^lef^y

of the Ve<los.

Swami Dayanand'a interptut[on o' the Veda*


all

insoires

great awe and reatwct

round though

IL i*

ai variance

^ ^;^n
Thn* UT
Ik. Juc*ticm
i,

wh^idim..doHi!*dui^.
in

sporting doclors! de^frees.

l^^,
^

p*^!vit*]

n,und the world.

hinily

mund^e mencenarf^ bnpTttd b> Rin dr-th^-n^Dl and di^rUon* because ther, fra* erf fateehooda
is

wo

in this. lessons Tor ibe vorld

One h

that

imwrtiri irue kmrwledg*

not the main eotisidepfltion

Professtonal

Hmvwiwc* and r^wir^s of ofTtce H fflswnao will divu^e. le*cfe or


uecek
tt

determine the conteni of what


open]y prof5. Contmrily an

oui scholar would fairtKsly speak

what he sees as the iVuih.

HOW MUCH
H

HISTOli^

DOES THE WORLD KNOW?

WD this rwliiation which made Vedic culture train its top scholsFt
smbitionsand Tead alifeof serviw and frugality
real is that

10 renounoe lenporal

Thi fwond lesson


thoroDsl^y only
if

knowledge can be imbibed

mwe

tnnia oat thai the vorid of tod^y lenovi

wy

BtlSe i^tit

oae unJ^'^s, debriefs and di$Lnfe<cta the mind

bliiory,

H ii

our eodHvour

in Uri*

vcDuih

lo tbcrw thai aS

modern

of

iJ]

tcriier

iutodng ta

D^anand

Uaiodc^ tmtisee

ot^npriaa

did,

irondlo^tt. Basic material

on^ a fe Tvxai gaiakigiei nd faifcvsiaiioa about the world'i aodsA

Md

that Should not be dirficult

on

a little reflection.

After
-

unkoown.

the bi^ bang

Ihwry or Darwin's e^^lution dcKirine are single

rtewtf Ohlkenikfl new fow^ifn One very naiur^ itmaa for \Ha la thU with aulosuticd^ wipa tlia triaitt^ 4^ a fov ressoto^ eenentiona ts oat fm puhMc tnffnary. Ai aqy iodrvidual about his anoMon.
be able to mmiibl aczne tnformatiaa abcHt hii father Aid frandfaUw aktoa. Bot abo^t hla giwt grmd fuber nd rwnotw kton )m would Doi IcKw evn tbeir nama^ tDvwiaa tte modrnt

man

ipeculative concepts.

Nobody can be found to have

seer) or

bm^
of i

the big bang. "Hie Dfirwtfuan doctrine of

man

evolving out

my

monkey too

lcka total credibUtiy since


all

men and monlteys


s

hiv* been m-eidsting for ages

around

iis

and yet not

sbgle

monk^
mJy

ii

vqr

Men

to be

trmaformed

Into a

human bdng. Such

Ba

wffi

umaubl*

doctjties are believl

by contemporary inteUigentsia

because tbey
in

pod

for

It

and ihey havt

bwn

tutored into

t^wK eonoepy from positiong of authority. Ihe new i"Utin b further pud to pa^-on ihtrae same faulty doctrines

b*wtai

worid too knows orOy two (Hseratiooi of totoiy,

to My

naiM^y.

OCM of Uoham*! and tht otte- of io-caOed

1^ )ui)kn wd subordinatw from


Cta

h^

fofgoum

la

ttai befora tbe Chriatiim

Ju. What Ow worW m It wma lE uint7


to bt th*

tbeir
wtl:

own

positions of authority.

Kber

rtflertjon

audi

owrCKjn. CoDinrily

^co^pulrfv.

^w

^iquast the reader to purve his mind of u,torin and re*li ibal he has a right O, think

aduabon

Vdk cuHun throu^KHt


oommoci Umguage of
all.

tlH

worU. aod Suskrii uaed

be seen to be based on

-!r

"^^ '^ "^''^

P^^ ^ thU volume tb^h


4

RiopitulaUlig
wihizD. That ia i

M^
v*y

\ot^ htotorr la the

nbJKt

nmw of ttii

vHai

pwt
all

of htotocr

id

yot,

furprUingty,

haa

bvi

oonrtmlnf iU hunaoa upprcased. ignwvd sid

nd Bampvhf noomwt Bonv


fa-FOti& during Chrbtian

tluaUm domh^lnn t^ the world.

ChriaHn aod Anib UuaKm Mtraim

SSM

40
41

the F.ngUsh dictionary even an unmarried


ft

wdmar

Im

nsvpr caltod

bachelor. With what juBtincstion iben do

unhrenlUa, whkh

mn

^>;
^ToKBe

.p

hnJntf the

or Newton

pronouncements of t CaUl. pHmilive primaiy gr^t dis<v.rie. ^^tbout knowin,

t^

HQts of thd highest kumiiiR, oonfer the Hacbelor { of Am, Sdvic*. Commeroe, Law, Medidnfl. Engineering etc) deifree on women?
Can any mtidiim acholBr explain sway
Ihit Incongrviity
,

J^^^ona of the hoair, Rmount to nidimentT

divine,

Thii ihowt

bow

thr^^e

who

are tauKht

falbricated

comcocted hLitory are uiuble


,

voridwide Vedk dvOtatioct.

to satisfactorily explain

away such diacrppandes evei as an embestler

of bank

money

is

hard put to sBtisfactorily reconcile tbe lacunae

T>^ term "Dork Age"


Bit
Tts

is well

kn&wn

in Itiropean

history.

left

by

his

meddlesome, misappropriating hand.

unexplained so far. rtiuonale has remained

rh\^ wag but

MitriculaUon
"Hike another instance' Matriculation
is

naturt!

OihsUan Europe was unable U> perceive C^usl own eyes) Lhat neoCh^stiaa 1 min's bick is hidden fram his
b8use
i
itself

the

name
doco

of the nnal

examination

of

achool
?

education.

What

the

term

end neoMualini. convert Mai had

been the cause. In

lis

MATRICULATEON mean
examination ?
eJfpIanation

Do

all

those letlen spell out a Khool-end


dtctionariea
signifies

from the heathen, Vedic e*frenw3S to make t complete breakawfly WoUed out every Vedic school and ]?it Mo-ecnvCTt Chrlslians
wiminBry ind oth^ eatablishment of public enlightenment nd destructive role In culture, hkni also pluyed b sirnOar sinister,

Standard

EngLish
in

gtemmer cut
a
register.

the
Tliat

that

Matiicula

Utin
.

incplanation does not enlii^hten ua

Tf

it i$

contended that the names


listed in

of

all

those quailing at that examinatign are

a certain

West

Asie,

Vet both Christianity and Islam self- righteously, but


in

tt'ithoui

any Jujlifjcatlon wbai^oever, claim having ushered


ia

eras

of mlightenmcnt. This
hivUifT^

how

partisan chauviniam blatanUy falsified

hence the name, thai same explanation should apply tc matriculation all other ejamtnations as wdl. In that eas* the tern would be a synonym of the word 'examination' aid not oT the
register,

school -end oxami nation alone,

it

should be apparent, therefore,

that even dictionary -makers trot out make-believe, half-hearted,

Any

^{^^fmmti
It

is

bound to leave incriminating evidence.

br^provisfld explanations

which cannot aland close cross-exfiminalion.

Muslim and QirisUan tampering with histoo' too reveala ma;iy


inexplicable lacunae.
i$

%am.t df these

we

intend lo brlntl to

but natural when ao- called phPologists and compiler* of wWch dictkanariea too have learned the same faulty world -histoid
Thia
is

readers

n^^tice.

worid scholars of othtfr fields have studied. For this reason rewriting
histoid

would necessitate iiewriting even the diction anes

of

European

and Islamic languages.


CoQtidBr the Bathdor degree, "Bachelor signifies an unmsrriad

penon. And yet an overwhelming majority of th&se calling themselves


bichriori
M.T^^

Mu&ltm Armiei But Not ChrUilan Annie*


consider a third instance. In Indian mediaival hlatary armlea of Muslim invedere of diverae natlonalitiw are invHriiWy European referred to only as Muslim armies wlule ibe armiee of

marrted

Hgw

la it

then thai

no university has made

let ua

now

any

prtivJtkin for exchsngina that Bachelor decree for 8 'Married

Man'

(MM)

dtgrtt after the male degree-holder acquires a martul

ttatuB?
In ibe

povcm such
dubbed

aa the French, British and tha Portuguaae ir*

n*r

Chrlatian armlBa.,,

Wl^y? PracUally no tcbokr wiB ba

cue of women

the Bituation

ven more biwrre^ ^"

42
9 Cber). Octo (ber>,
7th,
fltb

Novwn

(ber) .nd Decern <blr)

0th and lOlh months respectively. Even that la knovn to veiy few. But what juBtifies that ranking whi in modwn

H^ify

ib(

those months are actually reckoned


12th respective^?

uwp,
and
to

the 9th,

10th. llth
the'

. publfc deception 7 Nobody Wrth . Dt,be. 26 even thai imBff naO' birth ought di*r etlher ^rhetlw liiaTtf beti-^^n Dumber 24 ^25 n. bcmr Of the night to I- pl.J -t th*

Had modem
t

historians

Z^ii> TL
Whm
ofl A

known

answW

those questions ihey woytdn

hava remained ignorant of the world ^a

ppe-Chmtian Vedic heriKge*


Chrislmus
Let us

BrDmber2&/26T
ft rs

adnutwl
thai not
1

ihat

Jews was

"o^ ^jom on the

first

Aey

mv> examine

the term

X mas

If

X doesnt

signify Jesus

D do

AutomaWcsUy

vitiate

our reckoning of both

and 'Mas^ doesnl connote a birthday how

mme

X'mea means

B C md
.

A.D. ywTS

JvDs jnay hKVf bten Qsruin And even ihere


Cooruiton
la

wbbpr that ScholBrt of Christian tradition bam m 4 B.C. Even that is not known for
the dats and tim* of his birth art

unknown.

Christ's birthday'? Christians, and especially the clerics will try to chum out Improvised explanation but in the heart of theif hearts they would have to admit that they dont toiow the anawar.

wme

B.C. add A-O- CompuiilloD


,

The other connected que^on


aJteinattvely

ooiild

be,

why

is

X'mas not

known

as. say

V mas or

Zmos?

Evai Bsuming that Jesus was bom on December 25 the first diy of i A.D, should have been reckoned to be December 25. That which ii 10 s^ Pwember 25 shcniJd have been the New Year Day it n not, w^di means 1 A.D. starts at least a weeK after J^us'9
binh or 51 weeks
esriier.

The Papacy

Why
as Pope
the

is in

the head priest of ChriatEanity known as a ponUff or


i:nglish

and Papa

in

French? Whai

is

the origin of

In other words, the B.C. era continued

word

? Is the

iL Imsi for i weeli or even ol

weeks

after Christ
it is

was bom. So
i

mudi

for the day of his bfrth,

But when
it is

admitted that evai

Why

Pope's edict known as a

bull

snd not an ass or

the year of hli birth is apeculative

ought to be dear that our


off the

tfger, for

instance?

reckoning of the B.C. and k.T>. eras

mark not by mere


of years
ia 13

ValEcfld

weda
further

but by years. Whether ihAt

unknown quantity

plui or miniii in the

pr^ent reckoning of the Chnstren ers


detail itself

What
Ft is

is

the orfgih of the tarn Vatican ?


all

unknuun. IHb
noi ocr topdc

should be enough to oonviitce

obviously presumed by

modem historians that the Papacy


If

opmminded
that
ii

scholars that Jesus 1% & fictitious


in thia

non-person. Bui
confused
bis

zid the Vatican are Christian

institutions.

that were so they

b^

chapter.

What we

are concerned with art

ii.

pointing

out

ihai

modem

histories

should have been founded around 1 A.D. or at leest during Ub Gfetime of Jesus. But both the Pajivcy and the Vatican bav* i
pre-ChristiBn hiatory.
thla.

omglomeraift of numeitjca rteUUou* concepts. Jesus and ao'dUed era ii one of ihem,

Movt scholars would be aurprlsed

to

TWMith

RiHine

Wt now oa

to the

months of ihe yMr, The terms Septem

Why

Is

Rome known

aa the eternal

diy? and

If

Home

Si?

44

4ft

fm<W

by

-"'

A Bnmuly*!
,"^'

ss i flJi-rently LTwo".drviduls ld to the

vaguely believed^

n^. R.^,
I

Wt,twth.lii-(orn.Iiion.)oftbeworMb.fcJud^,n,
and Islun? Buddhism. Christi4nit>

Whi.i3it.eoriginofthenen.eAegypt7
Cocktitt

THE CURRENT HODGE-PODGE OF HISTORY


is

Whet

for B Lhe ju^ification

bteid of seveml Uquor. to l*j

known

ft9

cocktail 1

Whit

is

? the origin of the tailcoat

All

currmt

hEsLorfcai Loxts ore confused, distorted and tnircnted


scEtdeniii^flna thrciu^^HQut Lbe worlds to res^ixe
lilstoi-y.

accounts.

We

want

number of such questions which preaou^ W<^ can red Vi 4

thia serious flaw and refomi tuition in to

Here

we propow

thn

lire

hai^ put to ejcplain.

Thi^

i^

oniy 1^ indicate

h^^

gye only a Tew


all

elaring Instances of untenable or conTused concepts

knowledge about wo.-ld history .a, 77is unMOsfactory cocilempon7 provide the ^otld with a masUr-key to s'oiimie is in^^^ io Vedic heni^ Aj^ma^/^j ^th its icst uflit^y

that are bcin^ tauglit in the najne of lii^toi^.

Wa

do not claim

to catalogue

faultg

and flaws

in

contemparai^ leaching, writing

)usm '^ ^ ^^^^

Hnd research
single

in histfity because those

might be too many for a

fivPfiJiebegmningoftirne. so

ih^t^iquesUansoftheKvpefnenUm^

mind to comprehend or

catalogue. But the instances


idenliryfniE

we

cite

abov^ may he property answered*

here should certainly help readers In

and weeding out

other faulta^

When

did the
first

^^Hd B^^al
Is

The

glaring fault that haunts current hisloiy-texts

that

no one Seems to be sure when the world be^n. Diinng the VTctorian morning tra the world wfl3 believed to have been created one fine
4001 B.C. And evei-since world hlstoriana have never iublicty they repudiated that notion. For ill practical and ol'ficial purposea
in

must be deemed

to hold on to that view. <i hlstoiians In their

wordly wjsdorn are shrewd enough never even to utter that date. Becouae. to express faith in that year as Tuarking the b^^ninj
thBrefo, of thla world would expose them to puhUc ridicule, theyn on that vital pobt about the very pj^fer to remain discreetly

mum

cciminencement of the world,

No Aryan Kucc
The aecond fauU
fi

the

tall:

ibout an Atyan rv*.

On IW

pain*

4fl

H^ori-n,

pr^^

ta be

^^e- Wbodv^-"'
ideas

to

know

^]
aooorduif to Islamic texts or by Muallm deslgnvn cccordbij \a
But!

hive inheriwd

wm^

such bdsfc
had

fmm

MamiHfl3er.

ymudlr hrm^Jf
n,Jder<d

^"^"^

^^"^ '^^

^^'
are

'^^^"^^
in

** be a race. Yet

Mm^how the notion persists that Ary,.3


terrm of _
Incapable

by HuBlIm datlKnera OTrdlnj if, Hindu texts? Tberefflpe, hlstflrians and archJtfirta nd up by daBilfyin^ \x Indo ' Islamic to hide thajr unoertjitnty ind remain eqdvaaUva Creak
iBliunfc
t)cta
tM.

every schal^r t^l^s coiUti* a race ind filmojt

nd
by

Romfln aivbltwtiire
while at tbnei

la

AiTim

rsc*.

In

fact

conlnpori7

scholars

asstrnilng the existence of int*T3unff histmy without

some

^i

tf]

Jtsfl] f

It Is

someUmea deemed to belons to a clAn regarded to be eWn to Hindu arcld tsrtur*


]s

LDtewJse.

CotWc

architecture
it

iSKttiated with Chrirt3offi and

known

yet on dee^ier reOecftlan

Aryans,
onsin^

haa not to be admitted as of pire-Q>r{itUn

Haw Mid? Rbc ? A


further confusion on that point
is

Bud4
iMt
historians do

AsjCrtlOdA
highly unpardonable fault
1b

tmn

t*

be sure how miny

races tbere are in tha world. Ttierefi


"

fifths

that

all

anound the worid


tfl

Mongolian B. Europesni,; tbv Ulk vagudy of Kegroids, Semites, their discomfiture that w* BrevidiBis. Indians Hc. and Tind to more gi-ou lerm to be ibe Aryan race oils across two or

thousands of historic bundings have been conceded


origin without cidling for

be of Islamic
Inside

my

evidence,

plmted cenotaph

or Koranic

grafts outride

and hearsay has been ^ougb

for historians,

Eb^

archaeolc^sts and architects to writ tonnes after tomes wasdng


i^loquent QVar tha ch&rmctaristics of fanded Islamic arch^ lecturer

najned above-

On

iHs point too. therefore, hlstorisns prefer


depth lest thp hoUowness of tbeir
belief

trf

mnain

cars sweetly vague and ski> over the topic glibly, talcing
It

n^-er to discuss

in

m^

Double

StMiidju-ds
In history

beoome too uncomforuble to bear and sustain.


Abrupt
Jtcgiiuiia^ fmill

Double standarda are also bebi^ followed

teaching

and writing. While

a histoT^ of HussTa writtai by Hitler will be

siimmarily repudiated by the former, and a history of Great Britain


that

A third

is

modem

text* begin abruptly

by mentiom

written by Napoleon will be

nevw

tolerated by the Britisben, tn

iKUitiber of ancient communities such as Scythians, Babylomani. their Chinese. ^ypUans. Greeks etc, without being very clear about
(CO'fVhftioci

the matter of Hindu history, art, architecture and evei Bcripium

Muslim and Qiriatlan


AuthoriLetive.
disqualified

scrlhbllngs

are

deemed

to

be the most

or Mquonce and aa to
la

how and when man, emen^nf


tiifferent states-

Musllnts and Christiana should be deemed to be

frem a monkey (?) a

Danrin* evolved those

hava had a
Ardiiicctunl MlKonccplioa

from writing on Hindu hiator^ not on|y bacau^ they record of studied hostOity to Vedlc culture but abo

A
to

fourth fault

It

about classifyinif Hruhitecture. Hindu

buiI(Iif*P

i
**

becauat they are mere babes of yesteryart whose outlook on the worid And the antiquity of time doesn't extend

much beyond

buQi aoevdjns to ancvertt Sanskrit texta have been merrily attributed

Mohamad or

Jesua.

Muslim

knvBi:lei?,

Thenj again there


It

is

further confusion.

S<Mii*

Christfae and Muslim Short Slight

like

Pifcy Brown tenn


laJl It

as Islamic afchitecture. Others IHte

EdA Muslim
acholars.
la

unable to vlauolize any period of history or region

Havdl

Hindu erchiuwture. while moat other* describe

It

IndoWamlc. Hon*
.

imm

of the world in a non -{alamlc context. The

same

is

true of Ouiallan

to be eure whether the hielorio buil^n?"


.

Th^ Mrt obs8ss>ed

''ith

Christttidtm> siid urop#~

To tbeni

artjund tba world <laeml to be Islam k

were

buj] t

by lUndu defligfi^

^ ^ p

in

^^'XwBKrib^d
n.ire

by 0ir tr-day retgiou,

"^^

"^

'^l,'i!rrf

ame my

(y

*bm

wrote t,

--"' ;f,?!^f=rw=n.!nfann^ons'>outp.Chrf^

F^- ^ "^ r!l rn.


rf

aofvityin S-A-

""^

^^

was

thi.1

tiey

know

nothin,
stet cf

WHAT LED ME TO THIS DISCOVERY?


The
prhiciples.

p^OnW"-

TO om<,t I

. v*ry

PPdUn

^j ^p,^ f^ fl,^
To them
il is

!** Unt wBi^

Euraoe.

of iw

in

tMs volujne find tbra^fih liupiiaitiv* mbids at dmes prgmpied


and
aourcft of

expounded ooacepta an^ narrative of Wstory pibliCflXiDrs and lecruis hrri rn^

^^

to iiiquite abait the

cn

my

mdlsJly diffet^t thinking.

^ ^i

S* Vyaa.
oreChrisiim Wstoiy
nii rectifying subspiatt

Miihfibhartt. the author o! tbe epic

tr<dition to

have fo^si^ed Bid

i^t^d in P^< dndv^ amd

jw

V^

alg provided

ui eii5r to the

^bUoo

maiUcrv^l -bove.

^ado.oy u b U wP^ out pt 3bsp., r>^j2 [dll


tajart lp, of unsuittbte "<! lUm^y, iird<ri, ir>i!

The Law
An
'

of Dlicoveij

eviaaiM i^d bed thr

^ta.

""'^^^i I*"

"^

fltfinid

ta he

bu

*nundat*d.

In thi,

^, liy ^*^*

"Whai

Bt the end of an erm


bifltory

Vtdu
ChiisiU) -Islamic conviienc. tf Ai^- Uvnlc aUs$ Euro -til iimc aUaa

and

B*

l^t
^

rwaat InHpbed by Brahma they w* mind i*itb (Wi lura", In peian by

TMt
ki

is

lingui*ik3.

languages
Semiiic.

haw bn

arbitrarily

,b. id of

Whkh tand y, Veda. .d hiatory -n er. .PP^ ^i^^


to

to

di>^
"^^

^^ P"^ ^

"^^

^DfuMdly

dotified

Dravidian.
lisoxigb

Indo- Aryan

^^)-GtrTC^ or

\Ddo-Ettrtiiia

Europe,

Gemany W*
of concept

Ai^B a tyDODymoui,
li

dcvo^^d ui.. itmLlne ploym.t bat by not by inerc*ari during

Unu

no il 10 the chftotk
Ih

hodgepodge

HcMvch Ndi nh
I

of Gt*ii

ImtnutaUf

cumnl

UstorlciJ texts.

tnctdenuJly, thi. ha. a

kon

for poa^fliy.

Bti. Wr^
("u.
ib*.r

Xr

t ^to*l to go

t in^

the wld. worid U>

Mveatiooi.

m
of

*ni*I l^w* eidmilng spedal dedlcatron k| and Inspirtiion unmindrul in*witiw fjMHc on :bcir own initiative mskf s mark of their rDnmn*t^Ein and reputation who

ft^e *>

r^,

to prcwfda mosqaee galore for the poor mA matmlaanii fibm and sundry 7 And when M^usUm TegjmeB sucKaon nnirdwd for

own

dHOTfltista.

produMTs.
shouJd

artists,

udmiAitfial gmfuwfl.

be

poeta or sctmtiflc and edopi*d by the univeralUe,^

their prede<rteaore

and br&ther IdUed brother,

did

h Auid

lo

kwkh

that they would of


alaifl

niw alupendous patatial mauaoSefurii over thvbodSa


when nonB
raieed any menaioni for
tf

^H^Bifw and md pwided *n

nalfonal scholers the statp edmmistralion aa their rscilities to work Ui peaceful, swluded concentFation.

rivals

them or for

himself and hla wives and ^bfldreri?


design drawinga and expendilui* sheet*

ei

all

thoie mausoteunwi

and mosques were iCtuaUy rtfsed hy the Muslims


text'bool*s of architecture
If

GmcviMratrd CoiUfniplsilDii
Id

wHh* am iha ? Whene again are the MuaUm

my

own case

since

chlMhood

bad an

irresistible natural
[

urge to
io

visit

hislorfc forts, palaces,

temples and lowers.

usaj

roam

in those historic

surraundtnss, enchanted and en^frossed

they were such great masUsr-tmilden 1 inlernedn* And if Toy^ treftsuries got plundered and expeided on left to raiae moiquB fluceession stnjsgi^ where was the monay
.

In tudying the

masaive masonry and musing over the stirring

and msusoieums ?
Coloauil FaJsi&caikta

happsijni^
(ii

In

those \oc&l\anSr Even

when

at

home, on bed or

at

dining tb]e.

my thoughts

hovered around those stately bujldings

iriiOM gTKious outline used to stretch themselves before

my mbd's

Any number
TTie
1

of aucli queaticms ninning riot in

my

mind

xtitiOs

ao uneasy aa to compel

me

Uj study

^.
Di&iurbljif;

QuHiloDS gorgeous sights, and

W&9 ahocked to discover that there ia any of any Muslim ruler having raised
g|y. sketdiy,

Muslim chranioUa- And no contemporary RsonJ


building.
later

Tttm
by

ar* only

shoddy claims

few generatiora

Idle

Mu^rt

After abwit 35 years of gorging of those

chauvinisla. aacHbing
rtfl

incestsnt chewing of the cud of hislorical rumination

some

disturbing
historic

or nciiiious.

some stray bidldings lo sonw Muslim anceiU>r. hlstoriana. \Vhat was more ahocMng wes that

questtam* cropped up in

my

mind.

wonder^

hovr

most

tafl^gi

In

India

In IndJi started in

w^r? ascribed only to Muslim rulers whose reign I aiK A D. What had happen Ed Uj historical m^stoiMt

prior to Lhai date?

Wh^

did ih& TOOH-year long 1/ne of


Prithviraj live if th^y

Hindu

monanchs ff^,

lU Pandavas to
ad
if

Z^J, l*indi.

'!
.

"^"^

had no worthy

^^
**>

they wage

"' "^"^^ ^^' ^^^ did ^^^"'"^^ war only to captui, lai^e ti^ct^ of

^^^^

world had noi only slowed architwta and arehsflolosista all over the unw,umly pass musier hut bad themseJves a]] those shady claims to history by puWbhing maasr/e buttrrased that colossal fidsificalioia of rf nicelie* and characteristta volume* describing the fancied and had trained genentUms or non-existent Islamic arthiteclure repeat thai trash parrot-Hlw degree-hi^ldera all over the world Ic

and to perpetuate thai faniaay.


'

Anfl

favading al.' Mu.lims could

^""^ ^^ tumultuous tenuis how hthi^ri^'/^' "" UiTlZ T '^ "^ ^^"' "^^ ^'^"" themaelv^
f'^'*

a^ stalely mansions
i

Brainwashed

Intel ligcaUlM

"^

^11,

'''^'

''^* ^^^ Even


"*^ moyques

if

alien
is

Muslim
it

brtdn-wE-yng has been The result of centuries of that universal among miUiona of ]oamallita. so dUasiroua and tragk that today and other ttholai, -muod lb. historians. ahitecta. sitthwHita^fls
world not ona
la

'^

on'v~ "^^
JT^^

' ^"^' ^^*^*

^^^d'" tiow
fliid

thai

" oorromodifu.
<** hav* 1 ^oof

^"^^
^

mosques but

ovT^ own "*r

'^

poasihle ihat persons heed would be

who

did

imd other bo-chIIkI nor professional en of of face. They hav* naiibar the honesty

about ti Taj ready to admit the mistake lort Muslim buildings for fear of pnrfoalynal

MaM

BoUcitoua OTOugh

Si
Auiv to

in

- juaeteui

r^ew

of the imtcedenls of tJatorio

thM biuWiJWs 10 Mif MusTim or


c^taihtirom^

the olher in sn Attempt to desperat^y

cultJviied belftfs

ven

if

they

WTx>n8,

HUM? iCawdHy

TV
dlleft

distorted

Msioiy of wiclmt

tnifldings

gr^Mc

hstsnce

of Iwjw Wstorj'

becomes casualty under


ir

alien niJe.

ni]t which hMl bepift


in

Indie fn 712

AD.

That epi and ended in ]^'j

^
THE nVE-THOUSAlSD-YEAR BARRIER

has fflsolted

Uw

falsification

of Lndia's history.

RccoosmicilOti pf History

And
thfli laji

ffiBctJy 89 enuiidatfid

history began uj of

by ssge Vyas the J^oonstrucUon of take shape In my mind soon afler 1947,
TAP.'kSYA
C

All

modem

hisloncal reaearch in any direction seems U> stumhte

bectuK

my

unwitting

concentrated

meditation)

into

some mysterious,

incosntsable BOOO-ycar hirrl<r.

thmugfa divin? pnjmptingg. So

2Jard
VDS&-

26. 1961. issues of

much so th^L b the December IS, KESARI (a Marethi newspaper pubUabed


in

or the Talking about the Indus Valley ctviHTBtlon or of at ibe Hiltites or Chins our search proceeds only upto cOQO yrars

i^t

from PtJtt)

my tbusis appeared

the form of three

len^hy

articles

mo?t and no
In

moi'e.

taiHifif headlines

and the same theses was read by

me

13

iiwamh

aome Othar rcspwts we even Tnt

with 1 suti'TMrt^tf oT

paper at the silver Jubilee session of the


in

AH India History

hdd

25M

Pune

in

December 1963,

yeai-s ancient.

Vedaa at no morft to 3000 years, "Hiu * MajtmueUer placed the line to be KOO then 1200 B.C. The Jopantse LaUi of their royal tract Chinese, the Koi^eans nnd several other*
hack their

That

WB

The known history more or


tiflcing

less to that

aame

length of time.

tht beginning of
I

my career aa

a i^earcher Tn hi3t<!fy.

l^t

biE

diKovery that

had made viz that the entire Islamic

hi[mre fo^A^u^,

theory beina pi^p^sted arouiid the world i$ withotit


led

l^ibom

history fmm times immemorial. nrf.^eral more discoveries. ,um, of which I have e>cpounded

me

i^

eamlnt aU

back the history of any emintTy or beyond aoon to 5000 years sm civil iaation are unable to se miHiDns of years ancient. surpiising when humanity i^ believed to be

That historians

What
a blank
7

Is that

draw3 5000 year curtain beyond wtiich humanity

publK^^ns
^""^

h^fore.

But

fl that the world haj

r^^H vir T'

'

^"^ ^^ '^^hinS ^hart of foundii-g

^ZL

^'^'^

^"''*''^

^^

-'^h the pmblem.

T^

Mahahharat war. That That 500O-yMr barn'er Is the cataclysmic Restds- that war resulted in nuclear dMCnJCtion on a vasl y:aJe, cal amities auch wnr WHS also followed by a number of other upheavals almost wiped out earthnuakes and storms. Those great

corller i^cords

and

hfsUai'y

from public memoiy.

tt
the

Some

beyond sketchy histoid of that millions- of* ywra stretch tha ere tinn. MahahhED-at war. caching back to the time of

U
J,,

come

d^

r^m^ i" '^ ^^^'* ^'""'^


unden^on
a

^'

'

^=^'t*

hiatoHctI

mconl at haiftbn* po^m

mi

UiArvfort. diia>tLrt|

n^

unwuiW'
Lorf Krishna ha^

spiU p^c* mission

|n

>

ItuB indent hbtor? w&i curtained


wsr.
Later
tlefftrucUva

off

HrM

^ Ui* lCihaUhv

1^-Twmml
ot*:{>'nJc

ttpflri3 to ih*

highly <3lnictivs co;.nict. Ha ffTort to Bvoid that H? fonaaw KBumva princ*. Tuirodbfln lo relent.

Christian

ind

Muillm byitvlm furOw

m
\
Hid

dJMsWf fcr bumanity as a Nucl^r and on dctf rart. The war tUd foliow.

whole. Bui his appeal


biological w-eopons

narrowEd the icope of knowledgeablB WrtoiV- ThM ii w*[y wa tn conetrained t& recanatmct thai hlstflry from icart ttbHc* of trBdiUontl memortn handed doim fnim gfnerillon to eRionlJDn uid fitnn
stray arcbwologicat remaine. It
children
la

uid firr-mnni

vw?

used hy th w/nbaiants on e colossal scale


or humanity wbs wiped

an exefci Ukt ihH of Khooi

B^tic secUw
A number

ouU
The maKnificenl
afler Lord

who

aire

required to figure

wt

the mtsslng wordi In a


saise,

broken sentence

that

it

may make some

ReconsimcUim
.

Qf nataral disasters also falTowpd.

T>*iiJ'l(fl.

the city of yold

wb$ swaJtowed by th sea soon

maimed, missinE or distorted history cnlla for gimilar skill In fact mlasin^ the da39-room exerdse of aupplying the most pliusvblt
worda
in a

Kmhrs. in

tiiviav niler (^ed.

broken sentenoe

is

a practice -lesson

(or acqiuring iha

The YadavM (i.e. the Judsislj aEas the Jews) 'had to evacuate tb IWilia re^'on and mip-flt^ lo ihe Sar and Asur (i,e. Syv^i and Assiyria) regions to btgln life anew in whal we know tod^
as tbe Mosid tract on the border of Iran and Iraq, Later they had

Sinks in ffipt requisite sktO during adulthood to supply the missing the pasi. of hi^toricaJ evidence to reeonstnict tbe story of

According bo
given

wm* calculationa
eittend to

pubSc

historical

memorif

at

any

moment does not


by
fire

mor* then

aifiOO yesra or

w.

fl;^n to

move on

to Palestine. Jcrusaleiri and ^f^ypt.

haa underifon* coloasal tt \9 also belleVHl that earthly dviliiatiflfl

destruction

or water, famine or wer frWMO lima.

TV

Unto Ihe Mahabharat war humajiity wr$ united under a universal


adminjstntiQn
.

All

people rollowed Ibe Vdjc wa.y of

life

and spoke
to

w* know RHTiayenic and Mshabharat ciwitiiaUoot art some of tbOM wriier ruJera through tbe two epcs wriltai about them and of we know from
the Purenas.
ita

Sanskrit from the atait of creallon i.e.

fnom the Krula Yug

the end of the

Dwapar Vug and the

beginniTig of Kaliyug.

Each era haa

own ujb and d^-ma


Indiviiiuals.

of sdenUfir advancemeoi
fortunes apjdie*

Tbe VedJc cfvlGzaUon and Sanskrit language have


\be TH)Hd for milliwis of years prior Ui the
Tt

ttius

pervaded

tnd

decline.

Tbe lew of wajong and wanhig


aircraft,

Mahabharat

strife.

much

to

dvaiatlons as to

Therefo. pest accourrt*

by that war which led to the rnigmftitatfon of the unitary, tiniversal Vedic system, TJkewise that

was

th* desinictfoji caused

ar

i]

lal

magic- missiles and contacts with beings ftTim When ^ owr own time* other planeta mujt not be disbeUeved, from simitar have tele^aion and space crraft we must deduce

which talk of

u> the

we

broikdown of the universal Gurukul sygtem


ia

^to^odm,

of Sanskrit *dycalion. Tl.*fore. local variallons of Sanski-iL hardened

humanity referenoea in ancient wriUngs that in |Bai aaei too


have made simDar progress.

must

language. This

what explains their linkage with

m C CTd ^in*, iwo

Ut- with the impQBitlon of army and of hian, ov^

si**llil. plan**, Since tbe cosmos consists of Emiumerahle Is no rvftm etara and galwdea sefarated by great disUnca thrt

Christlatuty over

Europe by the
P.e^a,ri.tian
all

why humanity
contacia with

could not hava eaUbUahed both pby^Jca!

md

rtdto
li

W^t Asia

by Arab armios hunianity

oUiw

|dflDeta In

diffwmt

a>

amikriy, ihtrr

'":

'"^

^'^-^'^^-^

-1

relJgJcn,

deioimcttl and desinjyed

previoua

K|LjfiM

57

or nijur-huiwti dvfllisHoni.

niHorini nwy nwkp

u of

*tti:h

deducUve tope to draw widtr


mefely to some
writUffj

cimrFuMain iostwd f mnnnifitt

ih^wIvM

BA-SIC

DEFlNmONS
in

nw

two

^e^r

wonJa used very oft^

ibh voltune
it

.if>

Veiic

Jcu5ture> and tHviidty alias

God\ At

the outset

sbflll

flhould be Vsidik' and not Lhrt the proper speying b6uw tbav baa gained itlck to the laUer spellki^

mty be iwUd Vedic, Yet **


rarr^cy.

cuJtur* ejdsted ihrousbout Ihe in mainiaining that Vedic

wotM

whrt risfe ofChrisUanity end IsUkm from time immemonal unlil Ibe rsprsentwl by the Vedaa. Updniabads. SmnU is mnl is the culmre Mahabhsnt, S^Knt tn^uge, lil^ratur*, the Purenas. Rttm^yin. fatiwaJs *nd pracUw- Koaail Yogs. Franayajn. etc. *nd the with tbem.
Let

iiol

thepef';>r*,

be said

thtft

only nre

ot^P Is f*^d
i

by the
of
iJie

Vedfls,

and rol

idol irorahip

or thai Shiv

nc* a Vedk:

SBkhs aR<l Partis do not fom. deity or that JflJna. Buddliists.

P^

Vedic tradition, or

th*^

Vedaa do

r^

belong lo

the Dfs^is

niltuit. regarded as a part of Vtdic ^r thai astnjiogy shotildrt be

reveren for Vedie Vedic tradiUon BHientUy r^res^nts


of tbe (or thar 8ubstJtiitK lorlion

tw^.
all

w, r^i^ce

for

life,

fcrrn of alJow, a per^ t^. adopt any a lai^enes. of h.rt whi.h rebirth, belief .n the Karms ^orBhip or remain an af^ieiat. fth in and fdentily of ihouffht *ith

theory

apl

for

womanhood,

w^

dd
in

peaffiful,

aodabk and moral behaviour and an


divinity. In shoix. the

ln^^at* faith

an allperiir.B

slanda for Vedic tradition.

regarded aa a collit^nd of lilam.

t*nn Hinduism Consequently. Hinduism ihmildn t be Buddhism or Chriatianiiy Tho-*

modem

li(

[ndMdujT-cmlfrtd
ihf

nrligion"

fKUOM

while Hindii^ajn
oil

[,

V*e wliurt ri lhn In a (ommon bond


Iv^tt^,
Smafcrfl

pnmonlial inottwr- faith of

^niut^ of cultural frat^mfty and in the coirinQn Ved/c tradiUon dtwg not demond rdip^y^
individual Il docs not
.

humanity,

s))^jU to my on* supinwiw

promise fla^atf

on

n nwTT confMaiixi.
iflf*

lurrtndw or

rdentiflcation with an individual

Jcyus or Mobanuined.
*t]]

Vdlc trtdliion lays

down

that evj
I

tndividufll

auiomatically reap the reward or


ei.'fl

punfshm^i

f^^

h(i

own

if&twJ

or

thought,

word or ded.

THEORIES ABOUT THE CREATION


the wofW #e Mvt Any history must bcsin with the crwtioti of with a random mefitlco But niMi present -day theorieg begin

n VJ

form the seed. Vedic culture

is

the luifurient iro

stem and branchea are fonned by tJw Uponiahads, the Raineyana. Mahabharal and the Pumnas. "Hib wbo^ miifbty growth nf the Banyan tree is not decipherable fn
thit has sproutt^J front it. Its
JtB tiny

In.

Md.

my
Thai

ihii

wrong on the psK of schokrs lo because auch end such a deity or concept or w&rd fTnd^
'niereforf}.
it

is

of s

number

ScythtBUS to
is

Indus VB)l<?y and of civUiTatioiis IVom the Incaa to ct^ilifiitiflnt Sumerlans. Tbe inter- relation of thoM

no ntention
(B

in

the Vedas

it

ia

not a

pan

of iKe Vedic tradition.

unknown, Bestdea, nothing \s not knon. their se<|uence too is the Easter Island. T,vcn known About relics found in P^bc like

8 mIsEake
all

which WraL-orienied Vedic scholars have bea

i^DunitLIng

algfig.

Th* term *God* or


mftiins

'Di\^nity'

used

in

this

volume

is

meart

came ta liht wMnpflratWely recently. th* Indus V&lley clv[liMtion civiUzaiions hidden Trom our view. There could be many more such history beyond 2000 years. Thus th^re Is complete confusion In
the with the current concept aboet Let ua. therefore, begin tm Eurapeen lina. aU contemporary education I. run

to convey the super -human


it.

power which created

this universe sjid


wffi

Read^r^ from devouL theists to avowed atheiata


regard

creation.

Snce

free, in reading this thesis, to

Cod

as a beniifn supervisor

because .^ the cuiTent


notions about

political

ascendancy of

Eu^pan-.

It la

tt^

jndlflwl 10 confer
Imiitfiional,

boon* on humble supplicants, or as an inexorahle.

the crition

mr> which are considered a the

oomfmierized mechani$m not amenable to any prayer.

acceptable, respectable

and

plausible. physical

one for the materiel, Wegtemers have two jdntthMKies, world and the other for Ufa.

One 1$ ther* ire two theories. For the physical w^rld agdn of creation the other the hiil bang th.n^ the steady state thry and who c^ted and what sustains Both those theories fail to explain caused tbe big bang. the ateady at^te or what The Big Bang
in th biK

bang theory

it 3a

aa^ed

that a big

" ^" "^^


ifrt

the

Armament brake

Into btla to

form th*

unwunubk ..

^aydttftotfTV*

^*^ UK M vM dt^^ ^"^ **^ ^ ^^ f^m - ^ ^Z^ ^ "* ^^ -

question cciHj
In ib Victorian

of imat

^'^

"^"^

en
In

vfidcb

i n^^orknt for flotUng

untntl)lt.

**

? Physics

13

uneWi? to saUsfBcttugy

tiitf-bil^ dogma*

ver^our spheres wid tDm-tornnunt ilvn

the ulUmale 9dctiflc initbSr Tar

mampk.

Eurc-pesni of Ibe IHtb

iht ^^idrty of ibe

^;uriB 1^*

*^^
""^^

Mt iff IM^ ^*^


g^ggwmv^
}t

cauMnira of our gitn ro'^^ '^' '^'^ ' ^'^ ^^*^ ^ti "'^ ""* ^''^ *** '^'^ ^^^P^'^' "itilitanan

Iw bmg-

Jn the

and I9tb <?entur1es vtnn't quite ?ure ahout the earth being spheno] and revolving. Tbey aiaerted vpr>' conftdently thet iHt wortd was
created in 4004 B,C.
,

that the Ar^'sxia were an


,

In^o-ZumpeHi

pnp^

(wbatpvw

that

may meen)

ihtt Uf? first appeAred witlj maitter

tujned into nice. gw)d. tiwfui laided, consciously bicvn ot^fcu t>wt fii*lin t*s to be caivfuDy bto therajujffld shapes and then cooled dowii and property stocked

doHn'l, In

erdffr to be

turning into prDto-plasni and tbence led to diverse specves with the monkey ultimately leading to the bumai forrn. and ibet looje

nomads composed
Vidtorian

the Vedas arraind 1S0 B.C


stiK

AD thaw ISa^^.
Of

concepts

fonn

the

itock-ln -trade

woAem

fd"

me. h

ETituui

be forgfotten tbst a blast

Is

a miiibap whicfa

Eurpp^ntxed

histartef

jiJi^et ilitfy toBseSgg, jbapc^PMrubbjg.rorinstarLe&.flngxpioat^


ta

'nmH5

Hfljdey, a ntturBlist, friend and chunjaon oT Darwin 'i


i

wtomcib^

factory will not produce

more

cars of drverx
in

tbry, had ooce

in

June 1860)

bew

verj appropriately astod

ili^Hf

nd
^*]Q

apibilities. Contrarily bD

production even
Ibos

that singje

fKtof?

csn^

^ a d^ Ml. We

Had the

big

bang tb^oi^

" !i U thrtagh your by Samuel WJberforce. ibe Bishop of Oifoni, ape?" father or your mother that ymi dsm descent from With b3 irrevocahSe faith in DanrinH ihwry Hiiiley bad probebly

TimfiM
k0v
the worid But befof*

iBStwy has to turn to

Ve^c

i
metapfaysics to know

cneted.
to metEphyiiai, let

tmning

us cwiaider what

moden

no alternative but to categoricaDy adnUi that both his and palemfll ancestors weft fuU-hlooded mmi>*>i, if aQ aiodera their bSief KbolHrs went forced U> grve a written stai^rneiil of haw man> will be rady to Ma ID their simian anoestTy. l wonder
it,

maternal

lii*igwtik tie^fva ihout Use

crestioii of life.

Yei

\a their public UJe

tb^ cootimie to pay jKisreaawnal lip-servw


it ts

to that doctrine because


It is

pn>frtible *nd resp^tab'* i^ do

faith in Wesiera pfr>TtdWi iflil thwiifaUttily adojx their explenalion about thecreetioti

modern hlKorisis place impKcit

ti*

^ffwst

^PJ

tiiodwti histones have equaUy irratitfuHy ti n**iiri(D lieofy aboui the on&a sad evoluUod cf

wW.

ortemiblefflofoimiili^ a kind of a sodaJ scare whKb makes them biuDMuaSt Readers may judge ffwn thii the calibre of wceUed tbar eooduakn* around the world. Tlwy ean tie^er be ti-usted for trimmed to the because their academk prodamaUona tn

^*

KAuoal. n*ina3 PKjuirementa of ibdr aodal. poliUctl. religious. readers ihit there and profesawnel inhJbitiona. Thii should convince (jualify ai rail tweapchert. afT very very few brave souIj who eodd who are prepared to f(dlow the truth wbirtver it iMy IwdLife

^"5^ "
I

^J*^kjm.MI.

ciit

Zlr^'

3*

'PI*t from his rntri "My iheolo' ik M U* univ ibe result 9f ao evWct of benefK^nt deign m the

and MaUcr

an DisUoa
ibftJO' "s

niM* unsoentifTc lln*ly. K mt;* be Urecmnr* niiaii** riiunibvred tJi lifa i llf& nd mmier Is matter are varia from matier. Tber^ are vanoua gradn of life a* tbm

The Darwiiuan

mtltJa. BMh w Indepmdent

Secondly,

ifZi
if ^^^^

Marover, ibere canH bm one lew for phyvlnl mitior

md

in

::^ Z^Sm
'TTL
uJZ
mu^, .nd

TIH^IIK th.

^meni
dept/ve.

th.: a

lt^ ape .h^. .u.di,^ 1

<ipp<^ite law for Ufa. tn pbyerlca, Hbe currenOy BoeipM coki^ talla of a big nt^-boU hrcehJng Into amallcr biu whD In th* nutter

lto

A rope

m^

took like a

,n^
as ihj

of Ufa the bigger apedea tra aaid to evoVe from tbo azniOar or simpler apeclos. One cannot powEbly apply two distinct Idndi of
lo^^c ta the evolution Of life

l^

^** ^^*^*
Hi*-

iwirtfT

^"^"^^^^ *^*"' """^ fWiltanL species H tmpct^t, auch


(an'^JfK ^t^'^^J

^^*
th

sid

inalter,

{tcblnh
This cun be
illyatrated
[a

***et

l^i

^'^^^' ^^*"
injected inUi a

*"

i^

of

iit-Lube bibies will

the semen of a man

injected [nb)

argued that matter

by anothar analogy. In phyaks It Is never deartwyed but on\y charges form- The
tlie

a ma]^ i sl-monl(V or that of

monkey

womm

BhBsawadjjeetfl too very cogently poinls oui that

same law apples

when *vn a 60 per cent human geniUJ ' pnxiuce i human being how can cent per cait flock U unible bumm being ? Moreaver imjan geruia) stock produce* cent per cenL had monk^s cvoTved tnto humans we should have had monkeys
jTOduM i mfln?
"HiDS

to

life

as well, vii, that


1.0
tt

life ia

never dealroyad but only changes

change* only the corpus or physical, exterior body, ona finds the human populaticn as one changM cpparel. Therefore, if la obvious conclusion ia that soma other spcaes
form.
swotting,

the

quAluyina t least through kindergarten


vfaEe

and primary school levds

dwindling in numbers.

humane obUm

doctoral degrees.

Hbtod^ and

Mctii physio

Strffin

w^

epparettly

TTiisled

by his Ixnaginatlon^

He

notked

thrt there are various grades of life slightly different

from each

wg thus Rrd In dealing with the origin of hlstoiy There is yet another bond being drawn inevitably into metaphysics. all metaphysics. According to VedJc tradiUon
between history and
life

ouneWes

'Otim. Frijm that

he oiji^ckded that one maj/ have led to the othef.

pesgea

But

uw

OkiKicality of that oonclusior


If

m^y

be CUustr^ted by
in

taking
tfte

daala

thnmgh a cycle of M.QO.OOO hWhs or that enormous only with an inrmltesimal link in

spedes. Hlstoiy
chaui namely

I ptoTllel iiuUitiM

a perwn arranges books

s library In

with the sojourn of the


abort span

human

spectes

on

thii earth during the

ORler of their p^e*, frani a single page

book to a 1 000- page volumei

u3d h daim

that ainoe the pages increase gradually each

biSH*

(M
wfl]

eojived frxim ih* amaOier

owf?

Tlie flaw in

thai urgumefit
ii

mth the When viewed


It

belwe^ its hirtb and death. wWle and aOer duihuman soul's loumey and soiourn before
in this context
,

m^fhy^i^^^

HJatoty

bf

?vMhH wian

it

can be shwpn that one csn look at

frran
""*

also automatically astplain*

why

becomes a part of metaphysla. moral metaphysical conaidenWWUi


.

the otter end too wid

w^t

^!td

ibat each smaller

book

evoN^

apply to

human

affairs via. Itfcause

one

pmrious^and .ub^uail
laws.

Mji af Lh bigger volume.

hirthe are also goven^ed by the

same meliphyaical

* b

But

in either cflse a further

UiBlir onv apeoies led lo another "^"HHtfiu t to nal?

why

docs the fonnei'

Tht Dinnniac theory

la

*! enable

to explain whethar th(

- riT^"'*

- the lr?

^d

tbeoriw motioned above, Both the Den-inian and ^ihyaldats' abQ whai ausiama this vast cwmos and fan to explaip what created power calll that a super-conKloua it? Bui aU wUtfions do tell us GOD croates and jusiains the ooamos.

..helher the egg

comes

flf^

Amon

thoii of the Chria*i-v th metaphysical ncepta

M
MglirTUi

Mn6

number

<rf

otW

todWdual-owUrpd

faJiha

^,^
.

fw
tm

i^JiJify fof canridefilion for


Iftte

vsnmis reasons. One r^M(^


namely, only within

tim itm n"wl ">


to

Lh nrsi few groupa oT dlnct havH]'bom,

in time

Uw \^

thnt (hounnd

ynn

while global

human

hven' educated human


of water and hewers of

beings

fr'oai

life Js

l^nw-ir^nfd d sbmh uvl kh^i la 4nwwi

sdmfueqy

nuUkms^ of yp*f old.

V^HK*
Any
fitlfD

of Tbnriei of
theor^r about

CmtiM
crwlion to be credfWe and suthontlc
is

mmttm tt^ad wkh Jt Mnb of life and matter. Therfter. Lard Vnhnu ha bwi mUt^ vpart watching and umpiring tb ^sme of procratkn and Qirwr mundsH
in

woad

developments as per the Krlpi ht

hu tnvim^

rur liw

onmot.

mu
It

tpvfnl coftdJUons. One


Buddhfi or

thlt

It

mustn't come from

This can no lonKcr be di3miud as a nriuphytjal imlMy.

el

morUi

like I
I

Mohamad

or St.I^uK John, hike or Matthew,


is

haa got to be accepted

D the most scientific ind cogBiiexptBBtkin


in

of the beginning of the untvcrv b3 recorded

the Snakrit ^cnpHu res


gnrer to

vn

not mnUoninf Je?u$ because be


Of*

a flctitioua person. A

which

constitute

the

Creator'!

own

version,

the

Buddht

Mohamad

or any Tern, Didk and


his

Harry

is

unable

uj

nrst generation of heaven -trained rages, t\ the lime of creation.


In the Crester'^9

PCCoDect or reominl

the story of
10
Id^

o-n

birth.

evdrybodys birth has

told t^ one's dderti

The ^tory of namely father,


source which
jtisl

own

divine lan^age. Sanskrit. Flere.

it

must he
^t

remembered

that,

every synonym of Sanaknt prodiinia

to he

mcuber. nur^. midwife, doctor c. Likewise the story of thecrfflUoi


o!" iJ3#

the lansrua^f? of the Gods. That

not becu of inybody'a

coaicijs. has to ccane

from

t ?uperiQr anterior

modem

day*

political

chauvinism but becsiis* of

ndem

memory

oonductid ibe "deJiv^'. A BibW or

Koran writr^n

over

handed down fnsm deration to generation frnm the thi cf the


creation.

i tbousand years ago cimnot pmfess tp give an authentic veraiou of the CRstJKi of ssvera] million yeira ego.

Even

the scripts of Sanskrit

fire

Ukewise known

De^anagari

wd

Brahml

signifytnv t diiVin& origin

The

flecDod condition

is

that a single individual like a

Jesm

One can

find

a peraild fa

human

affairs.

Any gime,
all

tport,
>ji4

or Mohamad can nevfr be a sol* agent of divinity. Humanity fa too VBt and too wide5Freftd to be ieft to the care of a stn^e mortal,

stage-iiay or a fectory can begin only


trained wnrkcra

when

equipment

go Into action aecortling to a prepared pSan in property

latd'Out

surroundings.

Human

life

has,

therefore,

been

Tbe

thjrd in(EUon Js that the oritrinal version of the cresUon

mun

be caucbal noi in a

modem

tanifiiBge like

Utin or

Arabic

CUilal appr&priHtdy described by Vcdic litenture as the sport scriptor drama conducted by divinity accocding to a prepared

but in a

knifu^

which came with the treBtion. namely Sanskrit. a^ch mndjtiona one has to conclude that the
as told in Vedic

Human
carried

Iwings are actors


I?

tools or
i>r

pawns

in lhi

dMne

drmnaiic

CaiBdering

sport. That

why

generations

beings ere dally torn uid daily

aJj

ory oT ih crwtJoo

away

to the dust- bin of ohtjvion.

ooming from twwImit

scnptures is the only genuine,


It

autwniic. CTlfhJe. urdiallmwble and most adentiflc verskm. il* ntlsfi d! the conditions maiUoned above.

iherefori. and disappearing into some unknown stale. iJi hwiorlana.

of the take heed that Vedic Uterature coflstituiea the source of the creation,

Haay

The IHtIw

Crtw

afld Stuuifier

Vedlc VcnktB UnastiUlahlc


eicpiaina Vedlc version of the craatkwi. alai* idespiaMy and problems For iraUnoe. the oHgin of lanvusw. Htoonom
Tlffi
.

Aocon&ii

to an

Vedk

u ernmi, coil, of IJ .i^^aJ


ft
all

Ui*r^tui, Lord Vlahnu (reclining on

*Tt^.^T '^^^^^ ownpuuUon Vlic ilmmwi). u * Hotng concern,

Ume^.erpent) mt*Kl

thla universe
Is

all

of which

pvai

pbiloiQifisU struggling to ilnd out

haw and whan language

aU at on* go. with

"r^T^,

.^-jt*- about mitfidewJoptng his own laog^^ But the i^jut, .t ev^ M. InBtJciU**

^^

schotare realize that

4(11

t1hoew -called

3<g<panft cultures

urn fpSnit

ortheorlginat, uniUry. woridwid*. VdicavElLzatioo.TbiAnviltTEi[n:t


is al90

Imown

ea Aryan, Senatan or Hindm^

paofnl^l

GroninMr
that Panml's jnmmBrof SBnakrtt
all

Ut

*Jrt liuige. 1

human baby hs
a;

to be carefijUy frt.

TWslesda ua to the eoneliisian


ia

i,g,,W ffi4

Erumjcted for

least

fifteeii

years to

become whM

the

Bremmar of

the origin^ divine tingua] hcdttga of


.

mmkind

vteoDiklef- to

^ dr-operalJV*, Even our educational prad ice showi


kiW'gTBde
childrefi

il^ vvp

w Mcb
is

we employ

highlv qualiried

" ibe Consequently. P*nini's ^femniar must be cenaidered to ultimate arbiter of all lingua) constniciion and Tvot or Sanskrit akme*

a^Kdin.

Tliertrort the iwtion

tM

itn prt^ressed on bis

own

The great

reatiiatlon thnt Sanskrit. Vedic ^eritsge

bdomp

lo

fti^mriW iww,

untenable.

WDd irfb^

remain wiM for mQleniumi

from more wjpbjsticatwl Intel tbey rece've help and trajnin^ Mov-bdn^. Tterefore the Vedic version that tbe world began
wfth
kifi

to aD. through the frninding of ^i mankind needs to be Uught a World Vedic Heritage University

Hinduism

T^'ortd

CuUw*
Is

nm
and

few ueiMraliQns of &df'OperaUve heaven trained sages,


capteinB
ii

of

industry,

moi.her^.

midwtvet

and

The term Hinduism

only a

modem uyncmym

of

sncient

IjinifoolcBtsU.

ibe only credible* auihemjcveraion of thebeginnir^

^ \mjTnMfi

hiatory-

Siunkrk the Primordial


In th^

Ltm^aKe

TberefQrt Hin^lulam musi not woridwide. primoniial Vedic culture of culture developed by Indians. be considered to be a special brand eirtend^ by lndwis U is not neca^rily that Vedie culture It ia the world Contrarily It could be that to the whole world.

primarily Vedic culture wbich survives

in hidla

today.

samt manner ihe finn God -given language, the lan^sgB


and of
all

of tlw

Vedu

Vedic acripiure^ (Including scientific and

^VTiftits the

Soul?

Rlucfliimi]

ledsl

It exclusively

Sanskni.

All

Vedic scripiurea

alaa

^ce
a
here-

the

human
all

reiBBUdly asKTl Ihai tb^y are of divine origin.

For instan+

^ringboard of

W.to.7.

U th. base or aoul alias consciousness U. dlKUSS .t of ii would not be

^^

Ayurvedic <ttiinely Vedic medJcina!]! treatises candidly, honestly

and f^peaiedy remnl ibei the matter conlalned iberein


biiHied

was

flrat

down by

divine pergonaliiles. All

modern lanKuoges are

local.

n^onn}

corrupUons of Sanskrit, emerpng out of the iTiiiuof iworidwide. unitary Sanaknt educaaonal and adminiatrative
ytni,

dialeciiad

could ht fad th* ail .umlcal qperaiions f owht> severe

imi

whitb broke down and gradually became extinct after the Mohabbarai wsr. over 7,000 years ago. it was also then th^
great

i,

tlt

mred
In

spol W.t.

i.

Prkl with

vn..

ff

ih9 q])inin of tbrt

worldwide Vedic culture,


.

^hicb had

or sandd dot

Vedic

iiracijoe,

|rvdl the worid from the beginning of time came to be desiunaled Bt^lonii, feythU. Sumerii,

That gaseous sutert*ce,


whefl a the liat bieoth

wWch may

t corrpsmi

"* "^

owiwud wtUr Wibmo brnS

China. F^^ypt etc, Probtcma ihHT hi*toi7. iiiwto,y and lan^nBea which have Jitorin, would b vwy ^ily resolved If world

!> <*^'

L *lff

^ * .t*^ i^^
!

SK^-.

r.

nrd to

h^

his
a

thN

n*^

^^h*rfi

! P^"

^*^^ iditido with * kind Of * ^cred

a^jc^,

Inauktiofl

or I

'^'^ hor dr' <c^

the Q^es

w^ KtuaUy

tbj window^

yigy^

on the outside world. irlvh ila *oJ' look*

"iwii' being Ihert is provided by U fact Ad lixacidai of lb* kniLs his browj. tM *ti cfflncwuiiiitg on somethitur * pff^n Mia losii^ iU bikknct the liRw of dwth the opiica]

THE VEDAS

I iiMrl nd 8rt4 fixed 9kw.

71* ptiJculir gQus


tfac

ffubstmre rts
It Ij

u the tictive Mitnf Unkinf

Tbe Vedas ar
they ?

big wAgrair

What

bf# thc^?

How nuny

ire

br^ md a
Id

hMri.

ibe igmtkin or 'starts" IQw tbe

Who caniposd or campQsd tbem ? Whwn wert they composed ?


19

OM

n oiVBdUt.
iJ

What
by ekctronic imfulsea received throqgb
fr^vn th

Hheir

tbeme? Such are th&

questions which onop


fitvdi^tg

have been avtdly dis^mssed for aifes witboyt anybody


Ttt pot
artlviied

up and mswera
them

which would satisfy evei7bodyber^

We

tbaU now

uj

to ansver

Um dM^oi
CUi^ td
ttf

us$ion of nar
.

&n.

lo

make

a per-ori

tbe

speceaBp

landing on tb?
flrth.

moon

is activated

W bnpolMi tenai ^ K^iaitbu on


n km^ of
oMc
fraa
lo
life

Thus

What are
Envi^ible irtreejns

tbe Vedas?
vri.

cT riietronie bnptilief from tbe Sun provide tbe energy

Una

for

Ibe Vedu
knoiriedgie.

ta th^r

name gu^^i^n

eompendhim of

tOing and roctinir on lerrs fimiA.


seftled

TliEJse

bnputses

aJdndof encydopBcdic, multi-vohunebookofknowWge.

BdJvaU tbe body wbea tbe


ii

'ou]' unit leaves the

body. That miU

put ibere

biy

divinity ind, therefor* is distinct

But there ere aevera] vhal differencea between an orfitary book of knowledge or encydopaedia and the Vedas.
wident thft nobody Tbe Vedsj are the ancient - most. Tb(3^ ire has been able to determine when whcfc and how the Vedaa ofigiruied
.

'hfr BKTt nuLter, Each qvJ besiff of a epedal quaUiy K*


^tviei.

pAniial aad life-qan

'Htal is because they are divine.

Orthodos tndiilon holds

inat ihe

were taught by drvini ty to tbe first gen tretion of aitfes inJtiiiinj a tridJUon of rMilina them verbatim from genefalkin to generation.
Vedfls

People are prone to dlsmisi thLa aa seniimmtal


it

nonamw- But

oripn of musrt be considered firatly. that the immutable divint to trace the VedAS is e firm tradition. Secondly, all edorta hitherto

V(das htv the or%inil aource and the time of composition of Iba no two acholen ipre on the ihMnJng (/ totrily failed. 'Hiirdly
,

tbe Vedee and tbar

purpOH though moe^ igrw

thi iba

V*d

TO
11

1MUM

about lb* fact thflUb*V<bscon9tiiut, thrnrfoT* bfck*-

TMicrt

Wrr*

ih* Vdsi Cotnpowd T

Accordirg to LraditSnn Lbe

Vdu

conftfiute an
irf

Aemd

faoA

II

r*t

> *

*^"^

hvitan Uf*.

flf

feaowlwlge

'ffhjch Is a

penninent [ait

divinfty.

have to be composed.

It Is

only to be hajidm ovr

U doM not lo ^vwdh^

far hereditary redl^tjon after every flood.

U ff omaUy
Yiiuiwd

are said thit ihert

only four Vedas namely. Ripp*d,

Vk^i

th? Tlwaic ot the Vcdss?

Wvd *nd Alharvsved.


thai

The ibeo^

ncai*d

by

W^Um
y^rt
the divine cosmic ordei

Kholin

the* Vedm were composed

[n tbal order,

one fi(W

of few tbi (Aher t the Inierval

wnturiea each,

abom

^.hOf]

the Ihenw of the Vedu ! to e^qj^^aln lo the cosmos and how humanity abould onloir

mm
iti

the wcirkfaig of
life

to f^

Irrio

vBrianM with orthodox VedJc iradillon, ID. ft compleUty H Vedaa consiilute one compoafu, ^^eamm^ lo iradiUon the four
bitvwedwholtbajjdeddawiibry diviniiy fur verbfltim oral reciution.
toUl book of knowledg* Boi wiwp ihe Vedas mnstltute the

The technolc^ which produces


lo
exiflt

a mBnufactured produrt

hw
a

before the factory it&na wor^Qng. SmiJflriy, ihe

Vedu

vbjch explain the technology of ihe infmite cosmai

ciniBtjtiiite

th^

teiduded

several ftddJUonfiJ votumfts,

appendices, enclosures

pre-exisUng pert af eternal divinity. To tiy to diie them is bs futile es the ettempt to fix the origin Dr date of the soJar jyrtim or Ihe electrons which constitute
thli unlveree.

or msfliaiies such as Dhsnurved and Ayurved and many more. But during th* coiirw of nesfly SHOO million years qI human history, tevtr^ d" tho ftnciUarv

Western Scholars

volumes were forgotten and


But ihe Mahabharal

Joat.

The

Dbinvrved

ta

b!sd almost totally lost.

ts usually

AdrigMd the ctUu of the 5th Veda, And we would like to &dd
Ayurvfldt to Lhit
lAlio
list

as the sixth Veda,


ihc

and ao on*

$uMmarize the ettempts made by several pcholm^ to Mawnueller the doyen of the fix the age of th* Vgdaa followed by thi ichool, whose faulty 85$umplions are being blindly

We may

Wwm

West -dominated academic world Cnpicd or DmiplJcd


Vcdtu ?

of today, baaed

all

hii catoilatlonj

on the ihei prevalent blundi*rKMne

fissumfrtlaFi that

the world wai

We
th#

have no hesitJUon in saying that divinity itself


^

compost
universally

Vedaa because Ihey are so comprehensive


holy, lo

was that th? Vcdai created in 4004 B.C. HIb neift faulty asaumption were some arrogant, are a Brahmnical work and the BrBhmans
Maxmueller i domineering, exclusive. di^Cnminstory community.
third
agaiiHt migleken notion waa that Buddhism was a revalt
misUilte

so

rHpBd. 10

ondenL and so enigmatic that no human


rn)

i^cy

wfttld

compose them. Also

human agency could

enforce

Brahmanism. Maxmuellers fourth

was

to tslipvt that the

ibdr hereditary fediaUon from generation to generation. aU the wortd over by abatemlous and pioua famiSiea leading a llf* of almost
indJitBH

Buddha

lived

In

the (kh century

BX-

In our

book

tilled

SOME

BLUNDERS OF [NDIAN HISTORICAL RESEARCH, we


It

have devoced

dwiiiuUon and

toial wcrlfic* of

wordly amlHtiona. Th*t


obed^finc*

special chapter lo point out ihet the


fifth

Buddhi

Llv] in the lft.h

mirtd* eouldn't have been poesEble unless a oompelling


l

oentury B.C. Mexmuelltr's

blunder

wm

to

aum*

that th*
rustic

btdli-bi In th*

Vedw

themselvta because of theSr divine origin(mcyclopaedia been able to create a syat*ii*

whole

ran^fs of Vedic litei^iure

was composed by one

wme

Hh my [ubUihef of my
for Mj

individuals in the follow^g order

eftcr the Olhuf like a buay

wbil

reciuUon for

wtUwuL

my

Mtnunerttlon,

agm by Innumemble famiHes woi-iawi^? OMnHon or Iflmptadon whatsoever?

Samawad, Atharvaved. publiihing house, viz. the Hiijved, Yajurvhl.

i&J<

n
,

Armnkm mA
u.

Upanis^s^as

in

i contfnuotig long

i^
of thinVini: thai the

whok beijic

lAct In redUnif th^ Vedis verbiilm,

STbX
Uh

be bcrr

flt

coinpIeUon of that th. LEm. of the

tit^^

from

(fenerfltlon

to geniiratlon with metiE^Loua emphBsii

tfw

intonation of *very syllablft snil q carrful meitbsinHili:!l count of

the letters involved,

ia

to ensure that the priatLne purity of Vedic

lAdRfiJc
Tt
ii

bliuiderome sssumptions fornf thit all the above I^ i, a pfty over the Weat- dominated Wreck erf luiUon conduct^ aU lysiem Uuwjghout the world.

wordinij:

msy remain undefded


thfit

throughout the Bges. Added to tWi,


?J|(ved,

when one conaidara


them 0s having been

the

Yajurved,
worlri. it la

Sainved and
to judB^

AtharvDved ransUtute but one composite

wrong

vrons

to

dPKnlie

V^c

cdture as Bruhmanism

i::OFnpo(sed st different

periods of time h^

foma
purity

ti

ri

Lo descnbe ifw

modem
four

educattona]

system as professorisn)

indlvjdualiB.

Vedic recitotion tradition proves that Vedic wording


it

tjeaiiwprtJftsMrt eyera$ Authority. Ved/c culture

was a four-foy
fiinctjons

has remained unchin^ed and thai


aa
it

continues lo reiin

its

was

at tbe time Of the creation.


their TanguagP

Qiptnn

in

whkh aU

lla

components hsd thdr dutieg,

and furtckrds of behaviDiif proptrrSy demarcsLed.


ia t( tl til^

Trying to detGrmine the age of lh& Vedis frtm


highly unJuBtiHed

when

it is

realized that even fn physical scJenc*

mrrong to look

upon the Buddha as a rebel. Bud;

date- estimates of different scientists are Bt Kreat variance from


geolopista on? another. Thus, for instance, according to vanoua the d&se of ihe imi 30.000 to ftfl.OOfl years have elapged since A^^naah Chan re Daa has glacial epoch. Yet another Kientist,
[J

wai

ft

dcvoud follower of

Vedii: ciilture.

He Abandoned

his priijc^

sta^a and took to monkhood onJy because his mind hed lost fntere$L
In

laiia luniris and not because he det^tpd Vedic culture.


Con^dering
tjie

presented two different eslimates in two

editions of the sameboolc-

sbove aeries of

Maxmu elia-

'

s faulty

assumptions

hlf daunit of the

Vedw

b^e edition he asserta that the territory of Baiesthan wa* under


the sa 60.000 years ego while
in

at 1200 B,C,

ai the eailiesf

d^erve$

to

another he says

it

was

only

bedibeirded.

Two

fflhcr

Wtstem

scholars

Whitney and Wintemftz have


and have C8stiated other
as scientific d^uctions.

even In physiOa! 27.000 yeai^ ago. Considering such uncertainties does not deserve my scienMS. a phHological dating of the Vedaa
aeriona consideration.

wndemnirf Mamiueller'* loa^

Moreover,

it

must be
.

reflii^d

that Vedic
its

logic

^hoWs who

lauded

MwniueHer* gurmis^
^"^

Or. ^ffl^tmuti point*! out ihaL th^ style of

M.L . M.m.^

'^^^^ ^'^ "^^ n Cons^,^,^ Maxmueller's

^'"^

lanp^e tak^ aa tnaitf ^"i^^ 200 as assume by


esiiir^al^ of

hiunan meBSurrng language bng neither mundane nor highly improper* by human philoloffical conjectures ia

enUquiiy

Estimate of Vedic AnHquily


of the dale of tl Summariring some representative estimates Hardaa of Nagpur pomUd Vedas a Vedic scholar, the late Balfisaheb 1950's in Pune that Pundit out in a public lerture series in the yrs anciail the Vedaa U> be 21.000

Of 14* \tai. tntmi*d to

the antiquity

Undervaluation.

!!X
*0
and

crf

I of V,die ihL?'''*
axn
fl^^,

r t^M^

be ri,ht but allow, a ap of "*'^"*'J^J and concludes that the entii*

^ y^

*"

Patankar of Rajapur believ^ on the hasia of astronomy.

"^"i^^^ed by

some

individuala around

figure at ^0.000 yeafs. Another scholar. Mr. Ule put the

Pundit

SudMkar

64,000 I>wfvedl estimates the Vedas U> ba

yn

^"^

anclcfit-

1* ichjlar* or the ibove U""

VedM> eyplflinlnn this uinoi u fofflslftf |^ twr>t(fr'mrtd of humBH at-tlifity and aa lo hawhununUy ihcKild conduct
(iwmeltf

Ihe

Eia llfu durmfej

earthly oxis1onc&? Does noi

coruumir vxptA

lufih

Y ,!

s^^ol'r.

Saraswati, found,, SI I>J"'J ^j

and fundBJuental service ind TOnsidBnUJon from t respongihl* mH*il*r-niiHnufflr.tui'6r? How would divinity then fml in overwhelming ftgctlm of this primary duty ? On the contrail
prtlimlnory
.

l*r.rr'
o^ulnal ovr
Ml thf

he VUc 1950 maUon

^.c.

..".."^ed

tto the

V^. .J

hun

'Id

opinion conddc-n divinity lo be amnlsclenl,

amnlpmcni

yeara a0.

J
mHlioii]

omnipotent, merdful nnd a very considerBt* faiher of flll cowmos of kEmUlea infinity such a divinity launches humimity In

Whm

jpirallirvg

ihe tr*!iUoril

viw

specdaUons mmttoned above seem to conni^ conferred on UmuaaH^ that the Vaifl3 were

and Immense qomptexjt^ it itands to reioon lo iwpect God benign father and also aa the sole cosmic- entreprmwr lo fumiBh

start of the U> divinily 61 iht

univem. And that was

imJ maliflns of jearsagO'

humanity with an expert and exnaugtive guidebook. That (Ju/tfe /irziipase Book */' Lh^ iwfl* af kifoivledge &baut the mxhsnfsm'.

Readm who

shudder to think

in

lerms Of mlUions of

vnd
yesTij

iiiode

of use of
it,

ibis

cosmos

sfi^

about the rofe

ifijt tiumiiis'ty

of antiquity may. perhaps, at the very kssl^ Mft of tmniaiurabl sntlquity^


AJI

conc^e

thai the

Ved^

has

to pley in
It is

xj

known

colfxiiveiy as the Vedas.

bul naturtd

In the

above drcumstancea thai the Vedas

the rtprtsmtauve views inenWoned ahfjve


philolop^cBl.

have gwier
arriv^^

from the very firtt have 10 be kept ready for wse by humsnlty wer* Uuiht Therefortn we conclude ihei the Vedas
gieration.
verbfilim ic the first generation of sages,

bnlod UP
ipproich-

geological

or Bstronomicel dBta lo

Con^uently,

the age

il ihe dale of Uie

Vedas

Bui

we

suggest

iPi

altogether diffe

of the Vedas

the age of humanity.


tests

Ut

We

venuire to sut!ge$t th$i the basic purpose of Uvl

apply their
'.his

own

to determine

gdenUsts and phJloaopliere when msii firtl set foot on

Vedu provlda

good due.

give ua the dale of the cvailihaity Klobe and that wUl automaUcally

Purpaie *r ihr Ved]

or the Vedas to tnankind.

Wiyf ii

iJI

wcft the Ved^a furnished to humanity?

What

\t

their JLuUflniJon ?

^a
i

n Justjflcatton
urii

that the

u iuiomobSJe.
U3
itiflt

maker of

a corrpUcated

mechanism

a r^tUo receiving set or a

TV

get invanflhly

|J^>*Pbbfe

the uger ^Uaa

cualomer a bookJet expldnini


ia

woridnd of

mwhariam. That

our

common

experience.

fmi. other the Rorjtfi t eprt of srriplur^ like the Bible iiml be spinLuaJ scripture must oonalderationa) totally fall. A guiding wait for being- Humanity csnno. ready for the ve^ fif^t human random dale TJahaulla lo appear at any a n^ak Jesus. MohPmed or .l.^.ed hvin, on ll^s g^^bim.ns of yea-^ aa.r human being. such a conv,^r lack course t. d,^ek>p

And

It

{5 pTtcisely

on tWa

consideration that elalma K.

dlvW

But

^ple

usually

riJ!I!L**"",

^'^ ^f^P*^v^y
''^ '^"'^^
'^^

Ingignif1<ant

^^

mechaniams have

Con.^ently. th.^y abandon logic compmrnt^e mouilon the Vedas. ihe

and

in

Bible and th.

^^^^'^[^l^ Koran to tb*

-^HI> .e,pon.ibD3ty of fumishi.g to His


ii;

^^= "'"^Ucaled. limtae... timeJ^

tan

br*ath. which

highly

Impropw,

^m. (nam^

cu.tomi^'

hum*n Wng,)

the book of knowledge


i

7fl

T7
CbriatiBnity and Uter by lalazn. Ti lit tberHfart*
to cultivate

ScrtTvf rrfldert

Ur

bosiowed by

mighi fl^u<lder lo Ihink of the Vefas bi divinity at the start of humanity and
Is

iwcoary

far iH
^iha

^
^^A^

and

iastmllat

mora ind m<tn

knowl^idg?

i^ut

thii iuch n mirtcle

Impossible and inconceivable.


Ulte to say thai

VedM.
ypi^ )

(Ananta Val VedsKa^

ia

tradl^i:^!!

u^rtg
is

tfhtch

Tq ?ueh w would
htj;hl>

when

this entire IJu^jy^


bt
it

alOTi^nea that, the

Vedaa are uncountaWe

i.e.

llmatJHs. Thai

quit*

iflmpWcaied cosmos and

human

exigtenoe

froni bjf^
{a

plausible bftcauae ibe

Vedas represent the

total

ldy

of

knowlwlgt

TO

dftiih ainiiruip a
tbi?

setia of widleas miracles, what

wi^

concerning the whole universe,

with

VdaM

being one additional mirocle ?

Sage Yajnavalkya
through

is

said to have obtained

new Vedic hjnnna

various modra of cmf^im foravariiftyorih'W from invisible fcjea'ms lo (fiant anfmals. Bivfntiy
IKtflnfty also

has at

[l9

command

penance when his enragBd precepUjr itopped coaching aai'l to comtnuie t^ Vaniavalkya En the Vedas. ThoBa liymna are
ShukJfi Yejurveda

cm
li Jt

filso

dMlroy Ufe

In

one sweep by an epidemic or

(lash Hood.
poteaUifl,
idult

Itgliming, (jarlhquekes etc.

With such an immense power

Several

Vedas nre

s(dd to have been l&at, Vedas

wm

foimeriy

not possible for divinity lo produce the first stock of

human*

rcadymade

to

populate

this

earth

for

repPoductEori

thtnafter?
Consider Jiow the meeting and mating of

tha enUre stock of gnd-gtvci 1 gweric name aipwfvmB collectively four Vedas thiL we lalk Imowledge at the time of creation. The gmuptngB of only i times seem to ba subsequent

of in

men and women


ita

(rresW iD

an illusion oJ liiscioua r^imance though


faiil

ingred tenia arv

knowledge which haa ayrvlved md small part of that vast body of wMch thetlindLis pive come down U) us. Since those fourVedas r^erence, could be a and recite with meticuloua. studied

modem

ml^

-smelling ractora lik phlegm, blood, spittle, per^piraU'on, unit*


Is that illusion

and 6)Kre(a.

not a miracle ?
lrf& Is

thai aurviving knowledge % is natursl assortment of bila of divinel^l oui nf Ved^ hynms no scholar is able to make any head or

Consider how a

human

sprouts and

is

landed, within

tl

*omb

for over nine months.

that not a miracle ?

of lives are constantly ^rth lihe rain, fr^im nowhere, and being d mined

Vjnjali^ how

myHads

dropping on

-nieprfmordiddMf.esyllable cm (^.ttsetr t^ Yuga (the tk^l-m-de-ersl body of use Veda.. Tn the Knila tln body of knel*d^e was Vedaa were undivided. Thai single

represents

ihe^Ur^

knewn as Vstrmu HanSThe


well

away

into

detrth

"> b.mon

in

an unending, relenlbs^

trail.

ZT^T

'''"'''' '^ ^^ ''^^^

'^^'^'^-

When we
^t

have a ^viw

known

scripture. -Shreemad
&!I;
i

Bhagwauun informs a.

not as well fumiah

,^ 1^ 5C

Bnnl.

?rf

ir^:

that

kn.-lodge (Ut^mtu, Veda and that OM was theorigin of s)l


All
is

Ut the besinningof creation

ih^r. was only a snglt

(un^^)

lin^istics etc.).
=t

Vedic ^^^^'

^^

Ir^

^\^Z

'

^'?'" ^""'^"^ "^^

"^"^

'^f

^^^ "^"'^''

1
by

in

VedJc rocilatlon

supposed to b* mvirt>d end


I^tln

^'^j:^'^^^^^^^^^^^^

^^'^^
-O. caT

v(c cuUm* unm ^hey were divided

knowl^ge. ance several


firbt

pr-^i^

^^ *^^^ OM

79
Ifi

dim^sfons of
oomportible
VtrtOT^Icdge.

V^k

kuowjettgp.

}n

this Lo

ta

anu. and tha Vedu

humwit in aky Knper^ ot dMm


raapert

EviMi

ao

It

would be wrong

to discontinue Vedic redt*Uon.

I^e
,

VedflS, are a
life*

piwoua

divine heritane and s sheet-anchor of

irtdividuaJs LhouaandJ of

and instil utionsarouna

human

wHch
thewDfMwJi^
>

They are the fountainheeda of holy l^cswSgdfe with humanity must r^naia In oonsUnt touch by continuing to

and content, yet they have


rtJfVfliii

recite the

Vedaa and meditate on them. Great minda delathed from

.-^

riM inv
*i^

theme from beginning to end of any


not Crtain- Everybody

mundane affaira can with meditative concentratkm cull from tha aad spiritual guidancfl from VedJils immense scientific knowJedue
time to u'me,
'nie Vcdic Mystery

fjrtf

V!* Of

*"
al

j^masntU>bf*ung
I

nreworship.

is aJso

Hns

to be beating

arw

th^ bush trying to coax

some

consistent

nflmng out

of the Vedas.

Vedic tradition

is

aa ancient as humanity

itaelf.

To be ct

(if

the

feflure to make Despit* such toua. universa] people in geneml coniinue lo look

head or LaO cui

It

is

1.955.885.082 years old (as of

19M

A. D.) as documantad

VedM.

upon the Vedas'

wTlh m'FTHjtJfll

iwe

"Hus iUeJf Is

cme proof of the divine

oH;^

almsiacs meticuloualy maintained to by the chain of annual Vedlc of eveiy moment of keep track of the astronomical importance
every day

tnd power of the Vedss.


AoottiB- pnxjf
is

^'^^^' devout, individual Vedic

rwittne of

all

peopla.

Uw adherence

of millions of families tc Vedic

Compared with Vedic

antiquity Christian and

Muslim

traditicmj

rtdtJiLian ai $ profesfton

from time {mmemorial wjthoui prsctically

my mslensi
Nd

ur mundafie illurem^t.

duraUon repecUvety which are of only about 1372 to 1600 years' aberrations on the eternal rtrwn 30 far are but mere bubble-like realiie is that their nceaUy of time. Henoe what they need to
too
is

Huunoit Bcin^

am

rvcr CooiprehcDd ihe

Vrdsu
person will ever

Vedic*

Thtf*
>iWe to

^ msny
tell

rrason^

why no

single

gauge or

about ihe total purpose,

meaning and oontem


ahall

to The Vedas were handed down for day gBneraUon wiwafda. by divinity to humanity from the first

d^

oral

redtatioa

of the

Veto,

"niia

w have di&cussed elsewhere. Here we


nimely that the Vediq texts that hsve
the
j

mmuon
<lM^

<jiw aspect
Iftje

^me

t* U9 ai,

^. ^i
lJg

Jw as

mumintned corp, of e long dead world


unable to vl^aiije the details of the reign
looking at his

one

guiding rd* rf enjoined to maintain the that wording a^d to ensure the Vedas and the accui^cy of their in a book sbopthey m^y pot remain unread ea books

Oral

i^iUUon waa

Avd PharBoh by

mummified body. simSaHy

.,.**ri^"'"**'^ "^

""^ word-oorpiis of the

rfTllT. ^^
tmUmr
liMl

""

"^^ "' "*^

^'^-

Vedas (also

of the

Tha Vedas contain technotogical. guidance for humanity from divfaiity in

matbemaUcal

codmefi their condensed,

<^djJ^J

f ^-^ the meaning

thoughtful faUr pro^ worfing, in the veiy manner in which a inluoua, setting out on aUiog. multilateral guidance to his cWyren
risky journey by Ihemaelvas-

i^^vi^^i^

^,^ c^nsp/^^

iiu,

cosmic

.hlv m^Hil'^

t:"^ ^^^"^

*^ *>"tfinHy
dedicated
,

Bl

devout souta unless they

stcain

mam

b s;*i* of ynmivliltd
ihitr

meditative cono^irBtion on the Vedic wonling pertabini vo jpecTflc bmncb of knowledge.

^s

ihff

MJflf

(UfTerent

branches of kr^owl^g*.

Vcdic Malhcmalla

.J'^
"'"^

-^

ih. superfldBl
ti;

In^T^tion* deHv^ by
.

mt^^
al..,^

practical inatance of the above law

ts

the

Fn...dt.,

oft^

le.d

to

Vedic Matbernatlcs- The Shankaracbai^B of compfled that book


abov^^'iz.
fullTlled all

^mpendJum tltM ^sgannftth Pmt ^rtui

the three quall^caUons mentioned

W..1. 9

W)

hewasahigty
a

qualified mathematician, hewa^ASanskriiist


nil

in

Nagpur Clndia) sUnifl aj

and he was

reduse with

mundane attachments nr

aapiraUons.
tiite

::::^z f- opi..
afcr

b...e ..^
in

^y
that

an.^

Some
the book

doubtera have questioned the relevance oT the

of

Vlk MathtmBtici by poinUng

out thai the fomiulae

)M

^,.

Tto 1^
Fli-iJy, tbflt

two

Bbsur^ti^f

superfidil

down

in the book do noi figure anywhere In the Vdaa.

iDWTTrtiition

heterogeneous sexual actia a Wologle*]


Secondly, had sucb

'Hiert
vfz.

predss^ Ues

the point of our anBlysis presented nbsTV*

iaMnjPuHy Hid

impossibility.

bn

the

real

tbsy wculdiit import of the wording of the Vedss

have commanded

fwpKt Dd
round

dedjcfllid

bei^tary

sdbftffinM
1

by thousands of famDiW

conglomerate of that the Vedaa being a condensed. codifTed, technological and ^cimtiflc the highest calibre of multaaterfl], meditating on olher^wordJy soul, musing

knowledge a devout,
the Vedic wording,

mi

tbt vorld for generatiani


Is

may

syllibl* ptck and choose a word here Qf a

The Vedic vonlaiff


^uniitft petaining
tC'

so compltx a conglomerate of different

elsewhere, place them in a certain therB or a vowel or consonant the knovWge and produce an unranny formula. Because

sequence

a wide variety of diverse

branches

of

condensed

in the

Vedaa

ta

knowledge thaC iH oomm^isbors 8& ftr bav^ differed

from

one

and the

Dlimitable apa<^

the as vast and as baffling as minds that envelops II. Th worldly


Ihfl

co?
who

HiRC

<>ijiJirktknn

tpieeo ui reading tend to mismatch a horse with a bofse sensean ass of themsdvee, lacking evsi

Vedas

ma

TTirw
to cuD

quBliricfiioiiB are ssniiaJ in

anyone bopbg or attemptiiiK


Yogi

A wide

tndis^duals variety of institutions and

ft^

Harvard

iom T^flvant imsning fmrn the Vedas viz. (U He (or At> miut bt etpwi in SanslcriL because the languaee of Ibe

to Hiedelberg and Yaaka

down

to

$wmi Dayimand

Sara^^^^
o t

A^d

^ta *

<ji) He must be a recluae free BJjradw Urtciiotis ena distracUons. (U() He must havfl

dlviM Snikrtt.

fnm

ftl

and yet ..hat they

have exercised their minda in '^^"^'^J^^ scotches, a^ch have product are mere

attaLnerf

LT?^*^ ^

of

pror^^

(toy, of the

M. A.

M.

Sc. level)

congl.memte mystery of the Vedaa. Their alive through treasure of knowledge to be k.pt
so that some gifted soula

^^'JL!^^ k>^'^"j^
cull
ifa*

^Ir

="11

f" ^rtpi of

knowledge from the Vedic woMin*

may thn>agh

tbe ages

" ^*^^

i high levti of jiTonciency.

time t^ g^in. Of knowledge fr.m them fm irnparl. a bo^y aiini *^ tb. mere r^iUtion of the Veda,
recitaUon. and persons connected with the

^""^^^^^ Pn-*

^ '^

*^

^^^ *^ rwak, a ctoaed book ^en

for aut*

R3 *^K'

*'^ '^
..t^ V*ai* ^-^^"^
,

coni^^' ^^^'^
3^,h^
,f

conglomeratT

V^B

a Unique Pf itonuJH;
Vyas'fl birt>,

g^ tbf
.t th*

^,

knowledge nec^aa^

S^e

md

life

sIiht

nrst geti^mtion of hurmm, NffhrtJ^'^^'^^towed on the of th* "^*"'* the queatfon ariaes ^ for ^^"* ^.i. bv DivtnUy. srt or
did

mnrV htr out

. n(i*

,^

^Hy

Vyit

^'^''^^ ^^^, '*

,v7th

ihem

m^t

peraonaUty. almost a divine hdns- H(. flgiires amor, tte ^wl personaUties reputed lo be phygictiBy jfTcal iimrnirtiJ in Vplle
iradjtion

auihority

Surpn'singly

no schoJars haherto

U
tooat

is

said that

wbm

sage Poraahar was cj^miHiry


alios

mfer

in a

hi impregnfltai the boat womsEi SatyavaU

MalsyaganJht

because he could forre that a unique

flfTsprinK

wnuia be
child

bom

^;;..b.dM.ionofthecompo..t.t.xt.

from the urJon at

that auspicioua
ti. e.

mwnmt. The

liom was

known as Paaraashar

son of Parashar).

^
ur
tod

Humi
in-

Bffdr.

b^nins
off

wEtb th. Knite ..^

was

Ilk. a ehriol

b^.2^1
trfl.

ra o^e hor^e (or Al the end of that fo^r horaes. and in the Ttm ^r, only thre. sted,

As per Vedlc
to

traditibn -evecy recurring

Dwapir era gwef ri

one Paaraashar ^ias Vyas.

dmp*

likeuTse tbe

Dwapar

b^jan with only two horses,

Vyas having been bom


be
is also called

in

Vamtuia dweep (island)

i^a

wan

also

rwff in :ht

M[yua

the chariot of

human

life Is

bang drwii

known aa Dwatpayan. Having been born smidH a


Badarayan.

'bower af berria

ffliV

one

sleed. it is like *i1d. uiiruly,emfltiBi*d


detenoraltrtg serviM

any other vehids

^vu^ prograsHvdy

with advancing age.

The
every

epithet

Vyas stack

to

hhn

later

When be di^^ded

a campralie

GmseqaenUy the Vedos too needed to be


resang era 10 suii th& lowering phygioal,
calibre or

trimmed with

intellectual
is

imd moral

Veda into four parts since *Vyas" connotes 'divider" fRef Pr^ 1^ by f^. ^. f^^, under the tiUe Vyes) Vy83 Is credited with a gigantic super -human litwaiy

lucweding generalions. The trimming

about a fourth

achievement viz.

compoaing the 18
epic which
is

Ptiranai;

writing

out the

piEt with every passirg era.

Moreover the colossal

dKtrucUw

Mohabhuniia gigantic

wrought ty tl

Mflhflb>iarat

war had shattered the worldwide,

hr!iiuy Vtdlc pdaUon chain.

almost a htatoiy of the entire artftmnd human race, composing a spiritual compendium known as differmi pti> Bhagavatam and dividing a composite Veda inUi four
Several pecuUarittes

SpUfcmcc

of Divint

Http?

mark
the

superhuman out saije Vyaj as i unique

&8e VyiB

\3.

mHiUonftJ
alias

Vedic tradition to

have invoked

tht

Wp nf tBrt

way he was imprtgnaLcd In i fen^ proph^ic pfopiUoW dunng a riv^ crossing because of the
personiUty
vii.
firstly,

Ganah

CanapiiU himaelf as
(a th.

a steno

in dJctJtini

thought ^wave Of the greal soge


gigantic

ajid seer

Par^har-

Secondly^

^nU<^ Witary krw^n

Utjrary

achJovemcnL of the highest !ite^.


his bei^ig spiritual stonJard.. Thirdly,

Wat^-

Mababharat.

soctologicat

and

^^^^'' ^u!l"^r ^^^lt ^P*s 5^ nought for Vyas"* ajoue


b,
""d not for ih Mahabharat JTw^ JT^ o^tSo Vyi, 1,1^ ,^* *^^= ^suory end time was running "^ ^"^ gee, eiaiiaUelp.
olivine

may sound Inmdlhl* Sevan physEcally immortal per.n. This of m>nacl m.:^ many. Bat since the whole cation con.ita aome chosen joulsp-rpeiuany whptfian prevent divinity frotn keeping
Dltve

^^ u

and

klckliig ?

M-

Wrii*^T
to

^ tf^'

'.

wriw <v

P^""'
w

unseen pow^r and therafor, jj^y^t^ by an whether h Cor she)

or nuclear phyalcs. apaco travel tec^otoffiF. mithim*i chemistry etc. Thua there used u> be Sn the renvoi* ptsi

comfc

^i^

^itr hliasri

^,3 ^otidei^

acutdty

modes of
families.

nU*,

reciting the

Vedas

tn

^^ ,;idividual

is onli?

the OsUrna^'^^

hewdiiary imditton by Aiffwrn


ahati^red

T^at ayeten havinK

be^

by tb Mahabhint
four
Utlsl

^St the various modei got dlBContinued leeving pwhapa orrty modea of Vedic reoitetton hi modem ttmea and oonsequenl
loss of
/

advanced technology that was


era.

Bviltable ujrtQ ihe

Kaunv

Fandava

in

MBtaiharat tte Kra>i

war highly dtvsstatmg

atorait

Conunon Dctkf
among modem Vedic icholari la tbat the currently extant four modes of V*dic ndiaiion md the numerous exttnct forms of Vedic recitation weremer^y LopreiKrve
The
belief prevalent

common

^,pU(rtd and

uito^^

Al]

Vedic redtalion SenskriV tuillDn and

came

to en abrupt
i

(he accuracy of the Vedic wording.

Tb^t^or* sag.

yy^

Lo

r^ew

contact with the worldwid,

That doesn't aound quite reasonable or

believable. If thet bdlrf

ta,^

remnanu^ of the

V^ic

!ut;ationa]

system and seek

tbt

various educaLional hrfp of \he bfiods Of


td rertoTf

and Vedic esUblishtnenli


the

were correct then the present four modes alone wouldn't eniure the accuracy of the Vedic wording when numerous other mada
remain unlmown,.
"ni*

some

sort of an order

cohesion and continuity in

spiritual system. Vyas wai baliertd Vedic woal. educstlanal and of a shattered system, iherefore a great OTKa^ier and co ordinator

Flaw la Modero Vedic

Scholarsliip

In that ifiganlk effort Iw needed the


i.

jurvivittg) hcada of

hdp of Ganapati (alias GaneshJ vanous establishment? who were literarj


Vyas would have had no
authorship-spiritual aohievetnent
.

Vedic tulUon

drswhacli In the In fact there appears to be a fundamental (Er inipBrted from Harvard (in USA) to Heidelberg
Institute in Puna to the Bhandsrkar Orimtal Hesearch have, probably, never (in Japan). Their scholars

lianta in their

own

support, riKhl but suddenly bereft of Steff


authority

Germany)
(India) to

Tokyo

But for

mth

in eventuality Sage

U> dabble with the

Vedas

whit^h ara of divine


literary *cum

question as to why did sag r^sed and discussed the fgndamental Vedic te)* ^d*d down Vyas in the Dwapar era meddle with the

The immortal, superhuman

by divinity

at the

surt of the Kruta era

to the Ist

%^^Um

of Vyai leruis credence to bis physical Immortality too as a stand 1^-

of humanity ? And

why does Vyas

stai

command

profound respect

One oiber

treason

wby

the Vedas had to be

sub -divided

ia

tW*

In modei-n times

we have

thai probfem^ for the fir3t tme posed

ihr ooloarai diitnirtifjn cauaed by the


(ibout

Mahabbarai war

bfoutfW

mm md
^

wcrldwid.
or

^ncUon of the Gunj^tul Sanskrit ^ucatiO'*" the nummm* modetj of hereditary' Vedic r^^^^^^
if

the whole ched Ved,c With the appalling p.pect of exUnction did h bi aystem disappearing into lot*! educational
in contacting

n,e elaborate answer

we have giv^

above

is

'^'^'l^'^J^^

^PUlinnfania;^, Forina^^oe.
^"

the

common Vedic condensed

and aalvaing as many branches

UrL'!!!ir!!r^ * *lrdiin^^

""^^'^ *' y- "-^^^^ a,uronomical i^'^^ w^^ U^ V^as probably r^caied princip'**

The r^dt

is

ofVedicSan^kriUe^n.^.^ or umpi Vedi. rltation ^t only four m^ea of that

^d o^w^i^ing survi.ng he-d. f 'f^^^^^^^


A few wholar^ who have

div^^t
^^.r**"^""^^"^
T^VP*whflv*"'^'^

oonclu^ion, h.v.

*^ ^ ^en s^me B^ifi^ce from Vedlc wf^rding, ^ "t^ ^. juiied bool^ jpchoiars around the world ausip-*^^*"'^'
^f^d"*^
(j,^^.Uy
n^truJar.^

^^^eura^vclopit^gthmn. Thermo*, '^,^^ ^^^,^ muncUne dislractiona and

'**-* oftbeVed^stofiOOO. lO.OQO, or 20 D^vt^"'-;^^,'^' of acholir^ don't make it clr ^^^^ whrther U vlrl together at on. time fi. b singl. *''*^*^ mtv^ '^'^^ cgmf^adJ.m"" ^ at different time..
But they
ell

J L p^X.^rdl^;'"*^ WH ^ "
relt

fn*

frv.

.1

-u*^^

J^^^^

^^^^^^

^^^d

tst.)e

with on

se.m

to be tot^l,

"^"^r^l,

fi)*d

on th.

the other t^xt while _^^uons. prerogatfveg,

kwps

wn^ng not

roving aver
privileges.

number
lelf viz.

In

of respects viz.

on* bt

H,

(i,

gt,^ ,^ vla .,

n^ luL

'^*'^''''TliZ^ -^ly^^^

^**=^"'^' '^"'^'^' '"'"^*^^'


wiry even
heredila.7

about 2CKmi,]tonyn^.
in

Sine. th.
era

"Tjtl TXm Juaor.


rrT,
it.

'^'^'T".

^Kless

sbracadabre- That i$

into

four oompendiums

the

Dwapar

..ver even atlanpt


is

^y

eludd.Uon.

of th.

T^ite. Tl^^r i=b

)usi t.

ke.P Jiw and pr.^..,

tT^ion

tim^

time d*l*ct

-hfle gift^ souls may so th.t onc^ ta a and isolate some divine pnndplea frn

co(i9tituUd baaically a single undivided Iaki for the earlier two eras, f 3) Thirdly, since it js the Vedes which have gpronl^d the Vftiic civilizauon It 1$ wrmg to imagine, that the Vedas conatElute the mindless mutteringa of some wandering cowhenia, <4) As the Vedaa have sprouted a very holy, enjdit# gtnd iimMk
dvfl[itlon

Vl w.r. div^d^ by ge Vjbs th

fittributing

some

frivolous,

sup?raclal meaning to VedJc texts

ii

PrMforVcdltDivintiy
Thai miDloni of fanulies throughout the

the height of scholastic tboiogbtleasness.

world have down

the

Hie HlstOTT of Zro


"Hie current belief

VaUc tga been devoting thsnselves hereditarily to nothing but or iwiiaUoji in flbstemJous, pious, modest isolation ssjis incentive
diciauidal coinpulsiiMi is

among

schoTora about the

or^

of zero

is

a very eloquent proof of th^ divine ori^n

very hazy. The present notion Is thai the lero waa introduced to Eui^peansijy j^j^i^ ^ii^ pidkfid It up from India. Nobody biowi how. when and why? Everybody lust lattea that bland ftatemait
far granted without

any cross -queationing.


IndiBjit dlrtictly

Another mdicaikin

is

that the

Vedes form

the basis of that


lafigusiJB*

prniwrdial. fnouB, worldwide i:ulliiw of

which Sanskrit

Why
Moreover

should Arabs be middlenien ? Could not


if at all?

the Dpamehads.

Pumuas, the Bamayan. the Mahabharai end al

coach Europeans
f

Or could not Euui^peena

rh India?

widwvi sdencet and arts ane noatalgit sprouts,

whenever one

talka of Araba in

modem aead^cs,

ie

alwf^

Imagines them to have been Muslims from the bc^jpaning

*Wi

Art Vedic rimes?

of time. But as Mualima Arahs had lost aD eruditJon. On being

i^

Moilem sreholam ofli use ihe term Vedic times In * nWMloas. ifidEAenniniie manner. Most feel very safe in cllngf'* toth. imperial Mtmuellarisn view that the Rigved was compos*'

^^

forced to

lum Mualim

Arabs, Iraniana and 'Hirka one aft- the

other pluiidged into

illiteracy

and took to murder, massacn Mod

m^hflm.
It

whom7) i^und
(?) .t

12)0

oomp^^

C.

^ ..^,m,^^s^

and the other thr^ Vedss


Ent..^al thereafter.

WBi

In

pre-Mualim and pr^-Chriatian times

thiit

V^die cuhsuv

nd

Sanakrit langu^e pervaded the whole world ainc th4 beginning

m
Kfid

Vedic knowlecJtr? Included evg,^


Bociety.

^' r.. -> Itat

iii

^ y^ *^"^-,r3,
Vrik P:.^^'^

n^t . was ro^ed to for know]^^ ^'^^l^^fj^, Eunjpeat^s thirsting


the jusi acrx^ss

~^^
"^
J

Theae w<fne
-

(3to>
Asteya

Saiya (najj ^ ^ ^^jj^ maanJtiK non-knUn,. n,.hnni..


*

(1)

(^>

e.

no.^.tdin,.

n<^:^^L^^^ non-^
-

non misappropriating.

(4)

Apartgrahii

(^mfgnij

claiff^

Medil^rranem wh^r,

"""'in

o.t ther* too

^d

West

A.^a

al^o

OwnPTShJp or possession of any worldly lldng (yr property (5) Brahmachsiya (SSR^j . This \m mmtremgnt is usually trwislaud B9 celibacy. ActueBy it ImpUcs cbser^ance of strict nilea oT amduct tn consonance with laws of nature da per cne's age. sut^ii
scicia]

md

olr. Jsum. on. ^^''^ ^d JTT^I .f^Th. w ^^** sw-epi jands that thfy
*^.
juiowledge of zero jafl sD
il^eif-

^^ci
^^^^

all

Viic learning tin .h.


extent Ihal they evto

standing, Theae qualities eliminated any motivftUgn for kkimI Individual atnfe. or

To

inculcate the above qualities in eveiy

member
It

cf

dt>

W.,g
B^rKV

calculations from ibe part Qf Vedic Tl-1 nj has bee*i the m.tlculout judged from the fcl that of tSm. .n-y be sougbt U) be mainLained by s stnct of Vedie redtaUot. is

^,

joint famfly

system wag put

in

vq^q where

wbs

a corponte

lif?

with the raw younstera learning and taking over smootlily frcm

ejtperienced elders. Such a family ensured division of labour, ejcpertlse

of the eldera loving nu rture of the ver^ young and very eld guaraniee
.
,

1017 Sookt^, 10590 mantras. 1.53,8^ ,ul of the ID Mandflls. Higved for insUnce) wordj ind 4.32.000 letLer^ tin the

of economic austenance for every individual, good enijs^ng company


for
all

and an engrossing ma^s attention and attendance because


fritfid^,

The whole Vedic


in

w^orld

was used Ut thai meticulous VedIc counl

of B large numher of comings and goings of a plethora of


relations

pit-MuBlim end pre Christian


!6ero) Tras

timfuM
wro by

ibst learning (along with

and ecquaintant'es on frequent funcUons, cMebration and

a Uie of
in tht

reduced to a

Christianity and Islam,


in Indli

gei'togethers.

Segrcgitldn or Lhe

Se

ance Vedic leeming including mathemntics survived

form of Hinduism (despite Muslim and Christian inroads), ihp bdirf spread that non-lndiBng leaiiied the use of zero from bdii. IhA has to be understood in the limited sens* that Muslims

Vedic culture envisages two df sUnct aphcres for malpa ftnd femiles
not out of any considei-ationg of inferiority or supcriarity but with a view to ensure the fruition of their lives and earterr in the eontext
|

nd
Ltttj'

Chrisiieins learned
iiad
all

the use of zero from India oidy after

thW

Of

their-

physiology end psydrology.


deliveries. Being

c^verwon
wre

reduced them to illileracy. In pre- conversion timei

A woman has her mens&a, conceptions and


delicate
.

in integral part of the Vedic world and as up*tO'date in Vedlc. Suiskrit learning as India. Today India appears to be
the
l(Ut

^ginal repository of Vedic knowledge only because other


touch with Vedic learning progreggively

landi

and sundry cast covetuous glance at, peculiarities her She also liKes to adorn her body, TakUig aB such ensured for the of the female into consIderBtion Vedic culture has

and attractive

ell

from the time

of tbe

woman

Mihabharal war and totally after conversion to Islam or Christi&nJty.

VedkSodelog
Aimifig Dt mfluring a smtjolh, beaiBble

When a hride ta the ro!e of the empress of the home. actually uttwa ushered into her marital home, the Vedic priest '^SJ Be ye the quj of tW the wQids Ssmrg/ffi que*fl under (new) household/* She Is of course the ipprenti
'

mva im^
'

eMsteoce for

all

belngS'

the other elder ^queana

who have

preceded her

in the

houwhold.

Vedk cukurr
I?^

buikt

up

a psychologically

planned social structure-

nonr of conduct wcrt mjoined on every member of tWJ

. . family

*^^fw *^

^'"^ "

"^^^

^r '^' ^*^

H
war and later imposiiion b the (ftenrvflth rf the Mdhflbbarat f"^ **^ Vdte grt^^i^ly ^--^ af G.<J-nJty. Western^ adopted th^ drink and dance and mixing MTtn. of conduct and from the school stsg onwards with thv of tbf seia type of Iff* 5eir and wife swapping d mult Oj* bi the U.S.A. Uen-age free

entrance In wWifl atone powder (with it timai RmeM!tHar M(led> H.-n^'iiveli dis^ ct^our.design. It la kno'sn a Abamo? of :b t design in front of artf bouae usually indicated Rtjme calamity juch B mouminii. disease or destitution. Thp tle^tsfri si the enifmr* fffgnil^ed that ibe bousebold had bn swept and cleaned for Ibe routine of the inmatea and welcome visits by others. dally

Every individual too wore a mark on


the eyebrowa
cleanliness to begin the day's chores.

bis

orb&r forehead betwc*n

aft*r both to assure othsrs of his or her pbyafcal

^^^

An adolescent girl looking forward to mafriage and married women, both wear a red vnntlion dot on their foreheads To distinguigh betwe^ them a maiTied woman Pirtbqr vfcan a Mangala
tauspiciousJ sootra (necklace) of tiny black-beads and gold anjund

fcuing common and

is

resulting In
as

enomous

crime, apread of

her neck and silver rings On her toes. Thai made the dlstincljon
clear

bcurtWe diswses such

AIDS and misery to vulnerable sedioni

between the married and yet

to be

marned^

judi IS old men, children and

women, Oonsfdering

all

thia

Vedk

airmged msmBge* have proved the best hulwark against breakup


ti taomH and famJUsH

A woman wearing a plethora of ^^een bangles and for a green saree or blouse was a mark of pregnancy so that she should be
ac^]'ded the conveoJeDcea and considentJom tbat her physical ststua

demiuided^

A widou waa
A
BriUslh

loiown by the absence of the vermilion dot on


find

group

af educatkinista

baa taken a laudable step


It

in

her foreheaid so that her well-wfsberB may help her


spouse.

new

re-ushffling Vedic values in

Western society.

haa aet up four


f23

Scbooli
ft-

1) St. Jameg independeni School for junior boys.

James Indtpendent School for senior boys and two simDar schooli
(because the needs,
<jr

Vedic culture has far-sightedly provided such visual signs

for

for pti,niling out co-educaticin

reflestw.

smooth funcUoning so that eveiyone may


and co-operation that
his or her situation
solicit

receive

community

help

Jji^iU

and emotive responsca

t)

male and female minda

en

demands without anyone

"^

and mtii Sanskrit a compulsory subject of study for jrtandiri fmni primary lo the h level That pattern needs

having lo ask any t|uestion or


irisured Vedic society

e^Iiclt help, ftjch pro^n^ions

functlomng

like

a welloUed machine aana

fuss and sans noise.

The Mangaln Sodtra OiteraUy The holy thread


VwliG Dijpi*j sigai

'

also im|ilidlly

proclaimed that the wearer bsng * married


<if

woman

the Mflctlty

1* a part of Vedic cultuf*. For bifumc*. .v*,. J1k,?.T'*^" ^'*^"'*^ ^" t^ be vwy momli,. and cleaned eaiiy

her jnonal tie up with her husband was not to be vioJawd by any amorous sdvancas or abt^raiiona.

mpt

J*'^^'*^-

"^^Uc
'

pj? "^-^c

**^"^**
patten*

t*>

everybody concerned a

i*

drwn jual outside U

n
Vil.

Ch*nim
i^

pnjrwsion involving mrtlcult^

V*dk ftwuiungs

L*iji^

dedication.

Women

tronsplani^

dJted Mr. Rick Briuga. SclBntisia, ovat the yars. had ben tK^Kl ^own by ambiguities in natui^ lenguagfls and effotta Into ctimpul*?

j^Mh^r-mfli^J^J" i^
f^

nurture of babies and

^r^^

pnfcwsing were proving too difncult

^skrit.

Sriggfl dJoverd Since then, miliiona of cEoUara have been pumped Into

^ untn Mr,

^ '-^^.^^ 1^,,,.
Mm^r
V*dic chapiing

l^search witb

many W^tern

^r."I^" ^T^^^^^^'^^

and child-c^^ conception., deliv^ne. ^^^ ^^^^^^'"'^ ''^"''*^"^

cvuntrtes doing axtenslve worti cm

^^

the subject.

was noi child s play lEke picking up Vedic chanlings uk out i nar^ rhyme, book IM..3 riding perUirung to different yi^ld [^found sec.-eLs xllfT*feni fomi. to fuU time dedicatkm, in recitation needed
5dPfK- Such
jipeitise

an or the language. As a nile, grammar li usually wriUen abstracijon Bfter a language baa developed San akrlt ha& other forms of grHmrr bf
\a basically
.

**How does Paninf'3 grammar wqrk? Grammar

but Panini"?

Is

the only one which with only 4,000 rules succesafully

oover^ almost the entire range And each word under the ?enint grammar can be tracked back to lis root, quite akin in form and

ay
SB

stretch, at the for 12 to 20 year? at a

preceptor s hermila^
fl.

^sence to computer

larigunges like say Ckibol or Fortran/'

the oge of 5 or wbert oidy males were sent from


uphritiifing

Since such

constdered d

was impassible for e woman womanhood w^ disquaJiffcCalion, it is wrong to read into that taboo
s.

Our Comment
The Vedas
Origin,

By

tradition Sanskrit

is

Cod-made langusge.

v^hich constitute a codified book of knovpiledge ire of


.

divine qrigin

Their language Sanskrit

is

therefore nol of

human

tay discrimination against

woman's person or her

intelligence.

That
\9

is

why

It

^s

of mathemallcd predsion described above,

The Ved^ Computei' Techniiue-

Panini
(a daily published
as

Ibe master tabulator of Sanskrit but not the originaior

of the language.

A
fniin
'

report appearing in the

Times

of India
;

Bombey) dated Mtn;h 22, IS93 read


'

culture Even computer hardware must have existed In Vedic which may be deduced from Bhrugu Samhita and Nadi Granthas
thft life

Computer

scientists are

now begpnning to
lnt<j

redi?^e Ibat

eA\

thd?

ffldeavour ova- the last

thj^ decades

making natural

longuflge
2,6nfl

Kc#S5tble Ui computer prograjnmiFTg

was already dnne about


in

and tinbom indlviduils. the pemiutations deduced from their horoscopea worked out from houses, the and combinations of the 30 degrees of each of the 12
record
predictions of bQUoni of

bom

y
11

igu.

Thwgh much removed


C.

time, space and cuJturep i

cmi^iituUng the 12 lodlQcal signs, the nine planets and SI hours


diurnal cycle'

.th epniut>- B.

SensknL p-ammarian seems to have provided

the aniwera to today's

computer pniblema.
- is

The other
firat softwarfl

possibility could be that thtrae


gifted

horosMp^* ^^'

'-TiK

grsmmjimn

-Panini

mi, wltoi thft hsrtwErt. And the focus is on the roughly 4.000 mil* of Sinsknt grammar that he evolved; m)e$ that are-so scientific J^ci^ in mannir ^, Lhey riosely "d r^emble stru^ur^s ^^d ty
comtvuier saentinj ihrnunhout the world.

now bdng called the

life-forecaata

were spelled out by

THkaldarshl ^f^P^r^i

^^

which

ooiild aee the past, present

and future.

AttroDomtcal Code ia RIgred


ancient ironomicBl Unlveraiiy CU. S. A.J has discovertd an embedd^ In the Rigved. Th code itrve^ls the SM.JflW'o earth-moon distances and iha aolar year lo b* of

&r, Subhaah

Kak a computer knUst

at the T^"^^*"'

mMovweij

in fur

aw^y America, by a

NASA

scientist

^^""^ "V

^ ^

M
rvmf

i
-w^micil cod.

^nfot^

c"r eondus-or. LhnL the Vi^^,,

JvxJ*

in of the OHl^

ISg^ -^^'^

^^^ ''^^

^^

f'

^08

the tflrth, dicfflttn away from

VALIDITY OF BASIC CONCEPTS

\m 6 for iTw 5^n ^^ 11^^ n imperfect.

^^'^^

^^^ '"'*"

^^^

""^^'"

CONCEHNma THE VEDAS


^^^^^^^^'f^*
I

mailwmatica] df'tan expt%ina th? rnn^entflMv the above cosmic, Vedic social and spi'riU]d pwEKfld^^rfim-r^Vrq^nsfi. IftS. limetc. ia

In Vedie iheologi'
< U)

God

is

referwd to by various nsmes aooofdlna

traits. He ta termed Beahus which Hia diverse diatinguialdna supreme lord, i kind Of owner, proprietor, gignifieg that he is the

MuiHffi Call For Praycrt In

Saam

Vcdic Tune,

austainer* founder, progenitor and

U
Ifiveti

is nrrt

generally

knoim

Lbtit tlie

Muslim Arabic
Es

call for pT^jrer


i

He
fj^m
|

Es

also toiown as

Bbagawsn
that

i.e,
all

the bstroua one.

We know
Our

f rtim

mosque tops
is

Hve tim - -day

intonaled n

Saem - VedJc
Vftlic
aJoiiie

mundane experience

animation

needa bat-

notflf

end lunp. This

one more proof thai Arabs followed


call

culture in prp- Islamic


Jin^

Umes. The

says '1 aver ihat Allah

none ^s*

[i

worthy oT
all

wflrsliip. f

aver thai

Mohamad

is Allah's

mBwnjfer- GaLher
j

for

Nmnaa,
is

for

your good b&caus? Mlalh alone

wtunhy of worahlp. Allah

great/'
ia

di|[Htiv. system, our industnil hean-beats. our breathing, our of one bind pr the other. macMnery. all need heat aliaa energy SuaUOns and nin. Lhis entire Natur^ly therefore, one who thevnr lu^r^u, body. He m.at b. limitl^a ooamo., mu.t h* a TTie term embodiment or source of cosmic light or eneiiff^

ta,

^tim^

n
Otid-lrei

m^na
AWah rpf^rred lo above
thi Sanskrit

;u$L that-

name

of Ibe MotHer

Sin ahe va^

the ramily deily of the Kureshi family (lo

nie Cosmic Trms Table

wlaeh
in

^tclha(Il<^J

bdlonged) that

name came

Lo represent diviniiJ

me
I

=smi..^h^>Je

of

Cod rff BHRg^wm

t,

= '

'"

hlam.
Atidi

Sucm

A;l
of the

OaiKeri
*liii>

Konn

ftii** ilfnlflH divinity.

known as 'Scm". In Sanskrit (f The Arabic word AyaL' signifies a paitlculaf


ars
'
,

c^
ta,l.

Jpu, B^hma wir .pp^r, (Ir,l .t th.


.

unt

or th.

^0. Wh,

lb. 3,T..

i=

^ P^"^^ jJ"
'/^^
"J";^,

',='^^"'

or ma^txim of the korwi That loo is a Sanskri t term mean^HK 'min*URg from/ r^trfon& the two tflma togelhef mean 'Quo" Rnuulin.^ from diviiulv.

-mat

be oo,np*rl.

to

mundBie

''

.umtc %i^in-

Itob. .d hums witb

uv,ty. Vft.

B*

^i^m^i^ <^o*

Is

dissolved

tedtortions of the
ft

Vedic tradition becauKr lhl Js (i^ >^orttl out In id tcCTiral^ly ^"^^^ btfrita^ of aU mankinds In that respect prlmardUl pant*l. st^nd nowhere. This i^ one of the tiunwroq ^ristiwiity and Islam Vedism ]s a class apart. thai Hinduism alias

t ifricrf5 of ^^*: -^^^^^

^^

dissolution

have been kra*^

by a x^artw ch Ume. Ks uga i% ih* worM. Kali Vuga through which we ire pftastng at present. It Is one sych In this period human beings become vain. gBTUlous^eppoTtuniiU^
dutifiilneas diminish

aggrandizers. faithless, oppressive, cmal and laiy esTploitera. Ths

fid

truth of this anci^t Vedic forecast ahouJd be epperffit to anybody who la Able to cest a detached look al the presenb^day world.

thfluld

md

well

classed ^th ChHstianity. U\ki never be compered or individuals. Sanskrit otber n-e^ds based on mortal

V^c

The
divinity ~

first

Yuga

\a

known

as Krutfl because
ell

it

ui

raadymfldt by
til

Th world

Is

created

at

one go stocked wjih

kind*

LTBdltion Is

djvinft and peerless,

of

life

and matter

In different stages of

development. Thui aeeds

Kflipn Mild Vuifu

and trees. ^^3 and chicken, youngmen and women, children ind the old. and everybody froiti heaven -trained learned pundits and

TSf

'day* bIEbs

KALPA

i.e.

worlcIr>|j
la

peiiod of every creation ?fltlon

sages to the aborigine

is

create by

divinity to
roll

rv&

nillittB

Its ^,320 mflUon

human yean. That


which
is

followed by an equally

Stock for the game of procreaUon to

on thruugfa variovi YugUt

long period fnamely another 4.S20 million


obllvti or dissolution,

human y^r^)

tjf

re^

Manvantaras and KdU^^^

called the 'nfghf of Urahma.

me
Every

divine

In

carnations ere interspersed through these ag,

KALPA

is

mude up

of

,000 cycles Of four

YUGAS

Each

tyclt of the four

VliGAS

coitiprises 4,:l20,00n

VugM

3n their

praper order are: Kruta,

human yeai-s. Trels. Bwapar and


1

'Hw
Kali

virtuous from Ume to limE, to destroy the wicked and protect the umpire intervene* Avhen things seem to go out of band, lust as an
ftmteat or a soccer ivhen necessary bi a boxing haul, a wrestling

lasUng in that oider for l.72S,000 humaTi yearg,

.296,(100 yeara,
consists

match.

M,nm
of *O0Q

end 432.000
'Ifuflaa.

yfiHF^ respectively.

A KaLPA iherefore

The English term

'ae'

Is

itself

a corrupt

rorni of the Vedic

1
consists
of

term Yu^.

Every

KALPA

U MANVANTARAS

I.e.

periods

The cosmos
i

which our

live? are

moulded

ti

thiis

* Mnd

compriBinKll tydes of four Mahfl Yugas. Each ManvanUra fs tiead?d by B Mbdu, i Mrt of 1 chief executive fiUas administnitor. 1^

to in iitomk time-clwA of a computeriEBd mechanism which works

Miru SmriU
fll

acheduk! meLicidous(>' monilored by

^i^rinity-

thai has

come down

lo ug

[g

reminiscent of a divine
Vrtlat'Thc word of

code mesnl lo regulate

Msnu. ThenefnreH the

human behavjour as laid out by the first higheat sanctiLy, awe and reverence attach
js

God
breath Vedas are knomi as the ^ery

By

irfidlUon the

^ w

it.

Ai present the woria

paaain^ ihrouifh the 7th Manvantaf*

Ihe preaenv Kalpa.

Tbi SuniHB Era

T^

K.^t- Yu<,

1.

an tgB f perfl virtue, bi

it all

humifl

Because just > this the^y a*:limny are. stage actors i" and stage-producer lay down the rules for fi^d gime Just es organi7.ers of aport. ccmpeiltions manufarturm of the rules cf those cor.Tla, or )uat aa inue a booklot e^^j^ng ?et3. radio reivers and eutomoMtes .bould b. how thut j^rtjcular mechln# works snd how It
of God.

And

^ ^*
vforfj

pr^ [^ h^

P"^

similarly

when putting humanity on

this ifiol*,

^^^ "^W**"

'^

'"flwy.

Entegrily.

sdherence

U.

l.-uLh

se
fl

oompositiflii of Lhls Imoirl^dge *bOul the 005^0, tnan bsif

of aceds to

gTQW a

Vflrtety of

pUnla from

actui

to i JMut m\A

ptay

iputie

of

life.

Thai basic

knowled^

of th^

la^

which

^tjwrr^

tWa cfimiiicated. cwnpuleri^ed

wsmos 19 condensed

in VJii;

to a banyan but that poiniil could nmdn from a bou^anvQle unless one has enowgh planting iptce, rerllle Md, yriuiilis^eil
y^jjriun

water, labour and finance.

Ibc Master Code

Tie Vda4 Umib constitui* the

master -key to
is in it.

all

knowkdgf"

i
*

E^evalcil

Minds Needed
the ease witia the Vedas. Mere possession of tba college libraries is of no uw. Where are the idf-li, InUnTtrH gifted minds who would be able to undet*3tan<l and
is

The same
Vedas
in

wnomiinf

this

aamos
lilt*

and

ail

Ihat

Obviously Vedic won)}


special

ind stjr^.s are

precfous seeds cr

cod^. Seeds need

ssge- like,

nurUirr and expert knowledi^e to yield their full potential as trees

or plants^ If

th^

ire thrown on rock^ or

own

out of s^uon,

or art not watered, cr Lbe required fertili^ef is not supplied or


if

profMSor? or aca'lemy - experts in Snskril the Vedas? CoUe^se because ihey are people involved with lack the neceasary comprehend the Vedas one must mundane matlers. To be able ta mind which la pcwaed fsr ihove mundane sffaim.

Kumm

bave an elevated

1^

ire planted in ^mett,

shallow pots or in glass casea the


plants.

weds may not $prout or would grow on]y Into stunttd


Thuj we
taicFw

Knowledge InlermLxed Strands of

how, huge banyan and


in

mango

trees have iheir pigmy


novelties,

There
of
all

Is

also another catch.

variMiea too

grawn

small tr^s, as

dniwing-room

wordly the 16 branches .f

The Vedaa cnnuin the strands Ic^^owledge mi their (A ihnolog^

[cDmpnrbenubnat

of ihe

Vedai
ssgea

TtK Vedfls an, therefore, be understood only by certain


thimigh

physicist could ..d art^. l^u. a nuclear branch of kno^l^ge while a Lhe keys to his own ^^^^^^|J^glean medical man C^ld each men or

^^l^^^J^J^^^

Ln

mediuUvt wtnctnlraUon. What is happening at present is liHt around lbe world in sev^ countries, colleges and academies KhoJan are trjing to Bttslyae 4nd undersUnd the Vedas through rn^nary siaff who have oblained a msat^rs decree or a doctofBl*
te&inskrit. This
Is

prin^plea the higher truth, and institute Consequently, the Vedas

Un^

11

knowledge concerning
a seed-like,

this

in

condensed. minis..le,
it

10s3Wtig a person who hag obtained

Hs

Master's

Of thi. peculiarity
to

isn't possible ^^

d^in^ftkespeBrian liieralurelo inLe-p,

""

in

^mph,d

^V^
u.

competence In Sanskrit Is noi enougti the meaning of ihe Vedas because the language of conUL.t^ a divine code, like symbols, sign and limgoagi^

English.

Mm

r atext of nuclear physica

or comprehend Vedic stu^e. and unlv^ity chslr. Ln the Vedas have

..Kler^d

^--^^^f^ ^^t^^^ \^^^^J^'Z^;^ universe fni p^s^ ^ "fj^,^ -^^-^''^^J^, ^^, ^^ ?^'X.i^ the V^^
^^ -^
'

"H^^^J^^ "^^

supedi^ canning

of

P^^^^^^
w

a^ ^^

being ^we Interpretations withoul anyone himself or to othei. Only

C^lT^o^T^"^
I^QUniail Puvlkei

"^^ '"^^-^'^ them

Sam.j, could
will

make some

^^^ '"^'"^^J^TC^^^^" heeda> ^ ""^

^^

^^^
^

be able

tbiKc*.

ki jlr.r^"'-

'^^'^^^*'- h "^"9t *130 have

an .noetic, scholariy.
I.

^elfew. ni^uiUV^ >

^^^"^ ^^ ^^ t^

'^

ceamic *weep. Therefore, numerous IhL* Vedw would need

^ int^rpr.^^" '^ "^'^^/""g^^,^ i>,,y^. *

branch of chn<. an aifiwA at leeai in one


in

'^J^

^^

*PIWinaybt f'CRind

baUnj,.

Que may have

Bii

aasortiment

^ceitlaEmp.-.ibletohaw..manyi*^l*^^"

len 100

Irtich* ,.^(rK<^pn**rriblt to humanity.


for despair or df^aiusfonmenL. One down't Bui thrt is noniiMn it fs incompreh^nalu,. key to s irefisure becms* yjrtrw iwy 1 rtdfld that pftrehjnent with a sense of a**_ prwBfVBj ind pretwta

it of l-nilnir an

en* ttmo.

tM Ved

are bound to

r^^

dutiful

and aacetie

living, IB

vuch a trmditlon

poosTblfl or thhikabl

without B divine direction, in ihcve dqys of flene compctiUun for


^flf -a(jgraJidl2fijnen,t

Ute Mtrsclt f Bdur


The only ariguTnent agaln^ accepting fhe Vedaa end
Ihsir

One

vrtsjemnii
wQi
In

md r^fRn

In

the bop^

lliflt

some day somebo%

able to interpret the Vedas each comt aiwnd who will be And sduflUy there pre scholars around th^ worid lits dim field.
err ihle to cuH froin the

redtatlon tradition to be of divine origin, would be that nicb t that divinity cannot produce (frown up pundits (niracle Is not poasibte,
individueTly end burmnnity an at once, that every human being cave man wild stale. such coUecUvely have to ewolve from the

who

Ved&s the highest principles of thdr

flwr firid of stuilK.

For instance. Lbere are scholars


VediVi stanzas.

who

de^uc*

Bstronomi^al liws

rrtHin

There arr others who euj


It

interprei the Vedos Efitermsof physics

and chemistry.

h. therefore,
to

our reply would be that divCnIty founding the wnrtd with full-growi* human beings as a gsiog concern a31 at one go all other tndes and LeaniEnE, well trained in Vedk recitation end

To

this

no Kraj^wBflion to sey that

all

knowledge from a^culturs

la

tbe only logical

way

to start a world. The big banjf theory of

9Lropbydc end music to medidne hBs ben

made

avallaible to

mar

b) divinity, in th

form Of lbs Vedas. at the start of tbt'

of Darwin whjcb presumes the physicists o^ the evolution theory thence e^/olved progrwuv^y thBt life sprouted from matt4?r and
into 5 a big
If

CTflBiiol.

number of spedes

are not flawleai canceptj. Moreover, evei

bang and solution are divine miracka.

In

ordH- thai stjch i m&^cal master-code of


t

we

look around

we

ahall find miracles

happening eirwy^Tm*

all

knowledge
all

aTOLind us at every step.

rtiouldn

get pirblec. tangled or

meased up with fore/^n matter

BnhiM
vrrm

himieir tnwned the first Cor first few) generation C^) <if sasia lucb Kashyap, A^stya, Galav and tri in meUculouS

<J rvitBUon of the Vedas backwards and forwafiis. keeping ut ihemaUca] count of the letters involved and intoned,

means and potfflitialities fmm nowhere? How do they continue to vanish and cnhers total oblivion? Why are some talented
iB

How do milllonB of individufia of diverts coniiouc to be bom in an unending cyele


hito death and

dullanda?

Why

*^
2

VirVther, at thai tifne. himaanity Uved out ov^ the variou. contiiienla

alt

in

on^ place or was


tod^y,

as

'i^" ^

^ow-

we know them

is one afnueni as a wfrnan and another aa man? Why a dociorpo^ while the other condemned to penury? Why does which needi lo bt who denounces the hair as the dirUat thing In hii poana. shaved off on an operation table, go into raptures

one

bom

But tht
^''

Z'lJl'^'^r**

d^a ig not ^.'t*| for our atady. Whether 'P* ^^ " communitie. of differing hti^

over

trasises of hair

lending to piqfsical beauty 7

and myMafe" such anomalies, oontradictiont total mystersr^ one haa to admit that human existence itself ia a are . mysiry'Pl If ss part or such a magical world the Vedaa too taught by dlvm ty of divine knowledge, the redWtton Of which was what is wiong? Dhtnity ll*e]f to seven specially tnJned ages, myriad *""> ia omnipotent. If it con ct'* and sustain a KX!ompJiito amto or nerce conflagration cannot divinity produoi
Considering
all

VJ

o.t

/u^tLr unuiumlnB.

^^' '^"^ '^"'''" ^ unprrtenUom, contit*d-

m
mffl fl-i tfmmikjn

IG3

^^ womi ?

Ai^d

Et

shotiM be remember^

werp Irsined not f"wn ihf rirti gweratsoii only thu wiert taimi munde^^ s^' Kiences and prQ%sfQni| twt in til in tNe Vedn ^^^ !f Wrt turt sucti bs ihose of music orchittUfe
iWDs AD iPiW 0^ d mrdtdn* sswrt
.

iWr

^Jivin* origin.

Why

tLsbeli'eve

Lh^m

olbfT solutroii. that

mm

developed

Mmself from a wjld ai^te doa


&ba?rvatioii.

and Ml im fsi^ ^n """ eKperienM


Tt VffJu
IhtS'

inramprefieraible lo

ordmsfy mortalg becauw

OTmpriw knwledg? concwrung the enlire i]lijTijUtb1& cosmos md iM* e^ ihe rth alcMW- Secofldly they are unfathomable because
.

THE LfNIVERSALLY ACCEPTED VEDK THEOLOGY

itw; art

tmbodipd

in a

pbmseology w>uch
is

is

nearly 200(1 milUon


Tn the 20tli tcnlyry of the Qunsliim era tlinduism
ad [as

ynrt inofflL Our own mcrther-Ufngut


coQCtiKt nn A

hard {q tind^rsUjid when

Vedte

p^TBswIggy which

ts

even 500 tg 600 years old- The

culturt

Ts

misunderstood to be

tjna

among many

aimflar ccmpeling

common phrK
wir WDuld b#

of our own dsy. such as Iron curtain' and 'cold

fflittis lil(e

Buddhiam, ChriBLHUiity
aJias

iird Ts^riti.

uAinLetE[f~b!e a ibousfind yftara

h^nce when no

trace

bJffft of th&curTwL America

RLiggiflhoatnily.ThardJy, Vedfclanguage

Hinduism
faith

VedJc oiUurv

ia

a world span,

Tt ia

the piimsry

iffccofflpnrtmpljtebeaijw Kulflctttrfs harbouring 8 gre^ ^lAkngvn pQtfiQiiaJ.

human kkW rlaUons and spiritua] development from ihe be^ningof timeunlil the rise of Christianity, tn other words, ihe anceatore of all tho
of
all

mankind which has ewsted and

eo^'efflsd

who claim

Lo t BuddKtsts. Christians,

Mugllms or Judaisis today

were odhererils of Vedic culture. When due lo the colossal destnjclkjn of the Mahabbarat war a unitary wnrid admfniBlrsLJvs and educaiioiiBl
ayatem broke down, p-oups of people became
Isolttfd
sociilly find euUurtlly

Hnd divided. Later, coercive

faiths like Chnstianity

and Istam

InEensifJed that

paradJoB
It ia

faciiDfi* esirwigement by foreins people into warring ii no r^Ui^n. religions. HinJotsm alia) Vettie cultyre
eil

a code of conduct for


biri,h

hum&ns from mominu


life-

tijl

tfveolai

from
clean,

lo death. It

is

a regimen, a discipUne of
Jestts

enfcrew

moral conduct and not allegiance to a

or Mahomid.

Juddiats. That the ancitor of aH Ihoae who today proriHi to be prwed Buddhiats, Chriatiara or MuiUmj *ere Vedista airtipr ton be efucid** with immense evidence of divtrte kinds. Here we shall

ihey hv. rwnalnt entif^ly Vedic even though epiiritd from and hav* for^rtten their Vedlc moorinip.

ho*

their theoloKy

AcconUntf lo Vtdlc

theok^

leans

Urd

Vtahnu)

reclining

liOS

t[m.^-srpeni. bvp birth to

tv-onnc^^n'^*'^^*'*^"' *t^X^^bo in i^m at^

B^hm.'
fi,

th.

cosmos and u.hl

^^

The tprm

"fiBtftn*

<or 'Shaltan^ ns Muslimi


'not the real, tnilhfud
is

call

iZf^f^
fivfrriTic

[h*

ncMly created geiw.ation of s^^^ ii# Vod>s> rediflUon trodition has been meltcultjuj^
Ifl
fl

[ws-^t "Sflt-no"
*fhe

i.e.

^ikril or K^nuirw me'


la

Wm)

Vi^ic

b> prifS^'J pf,n*i thmugti herediiy Vishnu) depute the SiniHriv IP3US Oord

^^""'^ ^'
fii-st

^^v^'f i^^e

wona.

word 'prophet' [tself aVATAB^ The word Avatar


,yjjvei5>

n San^lnit

aynonym

of the

wwd

aignifliM*

'desert'
1b

(from the high


*f(iininj

fe/

ucneraiiom

The correct Sanelwil synonym

Pr-pflta [V-^) i.e.

if

Kihi^

"^le^

^ edminJsier the world.


Urd

EveT:y rulpr, ilimroj,,

alias am(jlid for Loitl \^5hnu. Itsus

Vislinu also incarnate

towards tor 'on to') the earth. It is that fftom the heavetia) prpsta" which is heLnu pi'onounced as 'prophet' Sanskrit word
(as
idea

from lime
world

ifi

litiw to regulate affaire

of the

human and

animal

vhea He sees
she]]

Uw

need-

can bs

becomes 'Father*) in English. Thua both the Vedic Sanslcrit synonyms for incamatjon of repeated Incarnation and Hindu people too. tracetl amongst all non
"Pitor"
Ls

We

no*

see

how

tht Vedic tradition of reincamatimi

^d
tiie

tMniinolOfQ- of

lesys and Brahma contimjes to be used

AecordinK to the Vedic doctrine. Brshmn

the progenitor of

in a]] so-callw]

human

race and

It

was Brahma who

furnEshiHl

the

V^as

to

Isuer-dny r^li^Qnsfor

The Vedic

tradilion of reLncai'nalion is availabf

ewy\x^y

lo reid in the

Bhagawadgeeia whei'^'n Loi-d Kmjima

niankind.

hu

auted that God incarnates Himself

from time

to time to sav9

The same Brahma

la

accepted as the progenitor of

all

human

th* rif[hleou9 and destor>' the wicked.

Vedic Pmphecy

JudiJsm

is

Yed uf sm and Yed u s bolon ged to lord

KK shn a

9 trite?

Christians and also tht MusUms. Thit beings by the Jews, the the Jews and of r^i?.ed- But the Abraham of is not generally other than the Brahmt of the Vedsa. the so-called Christiana ia no of the nsme Brshma is only a mal-pratiunctation

That Abi^ham

ThweToni that fjune Vedic propheoy of the Geeta has been rdterated
in

tbtOW T^timent
Jttus Qiti&
is

of the

Jews too.

correapondingly Ifl Indaa m wUl be clear when it is t^alixtd that are pronounced -a 'eachool Enalish words "schDor and sUtion'

and '^station" by liuUions of people.


onb' e corruption of the VedJc term Jesus Chrisn
ti.e.Lord KrishnitJ.

And

Jews hsve distorted th^ Just as the ChHstians and the changed It lo IbriHffl. Brahma to Abraham the Mtialims hove

mm
Lo^

since the

^Tpropnas

town to Jeii Christ Ct,^ iesg ckm^-^ h h ob^ua tbat M^^harred Mwplfll the Vedic tradition of divine incarnations beginiUna ab lu, ^i Br^Hma.
In the

Koran of the ^f^5Hmg adopts the entire biei-a^hy roenlifjnod by the Bible from Abraham {i.e. Brahms]

Brahma himself
Vishnu). This too
Chrtstfans call
ia

is

Tesus (he. created and sustained by


all

obviously accepuble to
Ja

"^x"^^"'^""

God as Jesus, which

the Vefl^c but a coiTTipt on of

same
i.

conleirt the

dyim

of th^

Kom

t^m
tr

lesus.

The Jews too hav

thai

i^m. obviously untenable even from Z^nZ bt^i A^,^"*^'' Becau^^thelife.cydom theunive^C
!
the Ian

b0 realized by takinjj a close look at


the last letter

same wonJ I*^""^ ?"L^^ ^S^AU IT1^ the Jewish name


its

^^v^tlTJ^^^

^"^

P^^'"^^ seen to be 'see- th^ the name !ac could be '^'t-^[r'Z pronounces the woftl a ^'^"^^ the modem world wrwigly

made

to retain

alp^b^tfcal

^^'^ -" ^^'

m\^ oon^ide^aon

MosMa
It

give that

sam.

^pellintf
it la

indpn>rHunca an Arabic tw^t


the original Vedic

imi.

na Ishac alias Ishaq, though

106

Look

Mtcrt^ief

det"^

different faiihs 10 briofw to

^^^^M, who today, such as ttie Jewg,


'"
"^^^

PP^^

^n^
,

m
The name Hanumsn in common anmg Europeans Witib tpdled In Germany and es Heinemann clR^where. pB Eahnemenn
Al times one comes across
Individual}

ChHgu?

,nd MKin.

Wlm

in

the delude. Thet fs because ihear

anc^

ojliure. Thai culltjre I* the ancienLmost. Tn in folto*) Vodic mfllhemalica] siaLemcnt and ihe tndjtion ilonp we hflvt s

W
njj^

who, when
it

lold of

vjch

pommon

traditions. Inadvertantly

wonder whether

couldn't b
origjral

todmieSaborflte account of whet irsnspii-ed during


the ffKl of

i,he

flood mEridns

pwiY KALPA.

r^aLuraJly, therefore,

when folJowe^
it \s

Bible or the Koran may flnfued that the source of the common human tradition?

u
To

w^\ be the

resolve such doubta

otbcT mtern-diy relipons too talk of the flood,


they twve

obviotia

y^^

inhml*d the

flood story

frtm

their

Vedic ancestors.
Ij^e

themgelveg that Chriatianity. Iglsm and eyery they need only remind other creed was non-exiRUiii 1*500 Uj a,EOQ yeari b^ wlult Vedic
Lrsdition spans millions of yearSp

Under such circumstance


it is

Lhert

Those

flood sioriea having

been repeated in scriptures


Vedjq afniiation.

shouldn't be any doubt

in

anybody's mind thai


all

Vedic tndl4imi

Bible *nd ihe Korflii they betray their

which
survives
calls

la

the parent source of

humsn

cultura.

Bcde9, even the


fteod
is

name

of the leading

man who

tj
Hm

It

will

thus be seen thai ihe Vedic theology of the creation

umtiisLskably [dentica]

among

all,

Vedic tr^ition

Uaati while ihe Christians caH

him KohH and Muslims


lasi.

spell the'

the base of aU human ifadtUon of the universe continues to form whether Hindu or non Hindu- TWa should alone suffice ia convince

name

as

Nah, whjcb

Is

obviously the

syllable n^ tte nana

anybody and everybody that there is nothing in h non 'Vedic snd non -Sanskrit. This proves that
earth

this
all

world which

people on this

Adam utt

En
is

who today
tiie

descendanta profess allegiance to different faiths are

the Vedaa and Sanskrit of Vediats alias Hindus. In other wordst

T^ Adam and Eve story of the Bible V^c iradJtion sinre. In the Varaha Avatar
SweyunbhuwB Man. an^
t*rnjf

clearly coined on thf


)

form

very roots of

all

human

civilization.

Conse^ently

all tJie

(Boar incarnation

legeiiJ

his consort

Shatar^pa,

3vigal by Brahma, the Crattor

who come Int^ - Beget many chlJdrtn ^

Vedic. Hindu iree. aeemingly different faiths re bnmches of the to be differenl They ought not. ther^for^. to believe themselves
find

ahoaldn't function as separate

rival entiU'es-

Their faiths should

Tt/rSl '^ "****

*" ^^'^'*^'^' t^ the B,blica] tradition.


,

r'^'^

l^eKoranin turn pi^laimi

parent stock namely th? continue to seek nourishment from their Vishnu. Vedas, Lord Brahma and leaua l.e U>rd
.ignifioini^ the Chaptar It of the Book of Genesis and o"^^P*^ reco:^ And the whole earth was of one langu^t
In
' "

me

^i^Brahm.^V..hnu.Mahesh

of the earlier

Ant
w.rldwirl.- Vdic

it

came

to

paw

as they

Joumeyd fm

the EAST, that

they ^weSt there. found a plain in the land of Shinar, end on. and they have >ll the Urd said. Behold, the people ia one

i^ Md

Hart

irm^^7!t^ ^^ iC

ChrisrUana is a perpetuation of Coddesi

languege-.TheUrd

scattered

them

abrtiad

frwn ihenee.

,|Lu^

^,^

.^^^.
ii

^^^ ,^^^j^^^.

*'

MEHir.Godd,
Tbf t*p|
"^f

"***

&ti

the Vedic term MiiirJ

I^

from the people comEn That one langua>ce and one speech of t^pl*^^ the nnt born East WB, obviously Snakr[t spoken by
tnduj. Ihe plains surrounding the Sindhu nUos

VWu 1 11^. ^ ^* w

ih^ t*mp]e of VishRU.

primordial culture of the worid

came

to be called

/^*l anm

^^

IQO

luJM
tne ^ th. Wbl^
fft

-w TW
.

tftrumpnt Old T^rt*mfnt

is n.^:.: -*^

dl^ded L.to

dJfT^t

parla

_.. .. Sn<x 'a' |uj B<ks of Ma8. Sr^ fmm the word

u^

intcrqhsn(f^b]e flfld 'h' are intcrqhsn(feflb ^^^

(
j^

hemisphere'

betn

spelled

te iPFwrwil

amskrit. signiHes MohttflliAS ^*'^'*^ *"

nhe Crwt Lord' (Vighim

VEDIC THEOLOGY IN THE BIBLE


l^L Moss
lard KrlshTM
is

no

oth^

llian

^fBhe^h

I.e.

T^rd Vtshnu
Ihc?

tiiea

AND THE KORAN


Both the Bible and the Koran, though profegainj to be the
scriptures of

rtll

t apparent from the fact that

siot^ about

liv pfriloua hliib

and childhood of Mo^es

is

Id^ncicat with that

q{ Lord Kriihna.

two

different faiths ^ totally accept Vedic theoloRy and

And whaE Vd!c uHplures

propcnirid fs the

same as what Mens

^CFlcd
Ttiii

hj'

ui

abo^'fli

says in Ihe

Gd

TestamenL
Testament is nothing

^^^ natural because lalam Is just 1372 yeara old and to primordial CbriaUanity is less than 2000 years ancient. Compared but newborn hebes. H Vedic cultures Chrisuanity and Islam are

IhwBony

is

ihcmld convince everybo>dy ihat the Old

bol t liLpT Bbridgernent and a local vernecuJar version of anient


Suulffil, Vedic KRiitupes.

U
l*fw

msfj^benaied thai

Mohamad
Thai

find the

Koran re^rd themselves

buL dwcerdanla of lb?

LradiUflft of
la

the Old Testament end ihe

TesUment of

LhfrBibl*,

Lo

aay ^f[3llBmad regards Jesua


prophets.

draw heavily on Vedlc theology and theogony, ahould children imitate the thoughts that be any matter for wonder Do not Thia simple and sounds of the homes in which they are bom from realiiing natural nile musl be kept in mind by historians. Far hut to repwt that the Kble and the Koran hfld no other alternative else m what Vedic tradilJon laid down Csin^e there was nothing
then they
1 !

CbriH

his

wntor

in Iht jjereaJo of

Lum

rcganli

Mom ini Abniham

And Jesus

In

Koran scholara itnd to believe that the Bible flfld Sanakril not only differ ijiterse but together differ from Vedlc

by)

modem

as hia tnenlor^ aiiaa pro^eniwra.

amptures.
recorded Ancient E^skrit scriptunes like the Metsyfl Puran hnve the sequence of events which lad to the creation of Ihi cosmos.

ibf Vwtai are lb* pideat piece of -r. h^am.v.rti. ,rtd th^y were

No^sJnw

meratuj* and

ihey
limi-

beaujwad on humRnily, al the

b^.!T"' " " ^f"*"^ ^^t Vedic cuUun! and ""*'

Z.

Sanakrit have

That

'^^^^

is

the Vedic concept. But thai

is

not a concept

like that of

^''^

^'* "'^"y Chrisitans and Muallms

aciual namely the sepculation of a str^ mortal. It i" ht mannflf ft3UTit of the htrth of tht cosmos recorded in the saflie

I^srwin

-* U. Jr. CuTs^,:,',^"'^ ^

'^

^-^

Vedle .ult.^

which elders wfltchinif the birth of a baby in the labour-rwrn rwofti or narrate iho wenL Who a those eldera who rtwrded
Ef*

or narruted the creation of the

cosmos

for posterity? "ftwy

eld

b iha Gods themaelve* or deirJCods or the first :sinentMm oT ** or super-sages, That nwet remain i myaterj f<w

'^ "

IIQ

^
hj,

in v*o- -fls^nff

whfch

r^wy

t?tnK.

^vheiher
^"^*^

Tt^b'

on-win^

*yf

any *P1 f ^'^

^*"
A

man or ^^ "^^ l*"

ant^^ii
totally

4
^

Ul
flntTflprcnt^T-

stana

a fexitiny or a stage-manaKer produoe* a play

master a aporta-

launches a

field

game. This

in short,

ka

iba

Li^

-^

^tevr Wk

elders hav*^

mformed him

abo^L

VdJc acoounl
UJblEcdt

of the creaUon.

btnh

Thf

Bnnb^

B^^s even deeper.


all

iierson will believe th,

Accounl

artiib 0^ hra birth

whpn

dders unanimously corrobora(*

porenU^e. time of birth, place of reason why h should disbelieve ii Mrth e TJwrt is version. likewise it will be seen that Llw tlwrr U Fio discordant liJianimously accepted by the Bfhie Vidic wnwpt of the option is
peraon s pBljculars alwut the

j^
tbe
f

us now refer to the

Bible.

Open

tbe firsi page and read

^^

first

three or four aentenceg of the

first

chapter of the Boqls


is

CenesiS' Jneidentfllliy the

Book of Genesis
genesis'
Is

^most

wholly a

Sanskrit term.
i

The word

'

is the

Sanskrit term Janmes

nd

the

Konm

though the
It,

modem

inldligentsia is genei-olly lotiJ^y

fi

birth.

The word 'book'

the Sanskrit word Pustak with the


Inital *p^

ignornt about

because Ihe general trend f9 Lo

assume a

certaila

letters 'St' ellminflted


Bibltcjil

and the

pronounced as

'b^

incomptu'bnitj' or even bostility

between the Vedas, the Bible and

Bcftrcnce to Floailng Vishnu

the Koran-

IM

ua Ihererore^ discuss this issue.


the atart refer to the
as narrated

We

BhsJI

St

Koran which accepts tb

itor^ of the

action

by the Bible. Let us

now
it,

recall

th Vedic story of croition and see

how

the Bible endorses

Sfial& 'In the beglnnrng Co4 The opening sentences of the BiWe And the earth was witlwut form snd created heaven and eari;h. the face of ihe deep. Asd She spIfH void and darkness was upon Cod of the wat^. (mt sprii of God moved upon the fsce

i^as Vishuuii

fifeiArit ttripturcs envisage the

omnipotent deity* T/ji^ VishfW


floailTig

it^nJrtf In repose on the coHs of a sevon -hooded cobra,

what the ancient Thas the Bible repeats exactly Koran ido.^es the ,Ure Biblical scriptures have i^rded- And the propheta. the lineage of the trodltion about the creation and
Blhikral

Sanakrii

on thf primevjil gravers of the

celcstLal

ocean, amidst an absolui*

UOnesi.
th* cobr^ nistle as the I^ord I.e. Jesus reclinin( trtw H baUo HimK-ir. That ia the BymboTic <lawn of creoUor. A brtw bewim blowing and like the crawitijj of s cock afUr or ibe mditarj' bugj^ trumpeUn^i the reveille s primeval
caflj of

Reference to

OM
the Ne^ the Book of John in da very fl:.t sentence, tt waa God. and the wol the >.ord was with

The

Lei us

now open

-^f^'^i

the Bible and read


v^as

the

word,

^e ^d

''^^^^^^

rni^i

Cod."
That
said
is

** "^ OM..OM.,.0M
And ihm aver

reveibereled through the

firmamenU

exactly

what Vedic

sordptares have

loiu* ahijot

from Vishnu'a novel arose Brahm*^


<rbjef

that at the start of the

cation came
itself

-he word

^^'^ ll^ m,

Br^hraB

w^o

^he

executive created

the

enlir*

word waa with God and the word


Tulii

was God.

S^'tl"::^"'' Of endl.. .,a' and men. women.


^d

Hunt Worahlp
IVIsi

The

ii..Ba.n
Is

plant

la

^"

VedIc tradition. There

pm^ 1^

*^*
In

''^^* ^^^

Jw^hyXiru.*lir ^ ^'ly thu

^"^ f worldly affair* " ^""""^* ^"''"' "^ ,ami. marner in whkh "

Christiana

and evej^body

that avidaniH to Indfcate region else of whatever

;;;tT^;ZX. J^-^ ^^ ,^ r^

plant in ancicnL limes.

112

m
Aho"i TMlf*.

^"^11^^

tl.e

Hindoos.

lil^lTllT^^
In ihr

Husai. 'H.-s, nd

rerd^ of . my two .we^


Il

ia

tb*

wonfl-

U*

. nm.
[ivdi* by'

^ ^Idwtfe
i.

to count the chantings of use of the wsury in^'ceUon that Christianity and ki^ yrt ^.i^^r

uri*rl Vedic block. b.1 chips of ih.


'^TTw rosery Finny Psrks observes,
Is

BEUGIOUS SCRIPTU^S
made use
or fn Persia

jmd
both

MuhMTimBdans

es

wdl
.

flS

ii.*w?r the

ame purpoae.

..It i9

Hindoos, and uppeara *it^ remarkable that Christians,

pwpte so distant and distinct. shoiiM HtTMbos nd Muhammadfiiis. Towries for the sBJue purpose.
LiH

People often talk Inadvertantly of venous rell^ona and their scriptures and proceed to compare them and end up with the pontifical

remark

chat they are

all

good

they Are

all

equal and none at them

says anything
i$

wrong or
all

objectionable. That generelsing STKument

n KTTO rosary is a corrupt form of the Sanskrit


for tb*

word Rudrakaha

an excuse to hang

manner

of scriptures

from the Vedas to

woodm

beads

aimng

together.

Christian Bible, the the Buddhist TVipitakas or Shatsf^Ukas, the

1^ KuU

ShivlLiiE

Islamic

Koran and many others on


H

common washing

line.

But

Finny Parks recorda "^Hw Kndoos insist that the Black Stone
hi Lhe \nj] of tti&
<ither

thatgeneraUzation needs the Dlogicality irrationality and absurdity of enough be thoroughly exposed. People must learn to be bold
to

KMha. ot

the sAcveA

Temple of Mecca,
It

is

no

Lhm

b fonn of Mahadeo. and that

was

placed there hy

instead of blindly and to question the validity of such statements and questioning. jneekly swaUowing them without ejominfliion

UahDBraud out of contempt; hut the newly -converted pilgi-Lms would

D*

up the wijnhip of the B3ack Stone, and sinistrous portents


minuters of the new
all

Air Scriptures
It

Not Equal
10

ffliwd th

religion to

connive at
it

it.'*^

ought

be

realized

that

the

persona

making such
or

MuiUmi fnjm
to vit

over the world consider


ir

their sscred duty


In

generaliiations

ar

either

pacifists,

politicians

mercenary
self-

It* Shiviing

the Kaaba as

many times

their Uves

bureaucrats.

They

are

not

logicians

but

opportunist,

poMibl* and in the Hindu iradiLkin they also perambulate arouml th* SUNIiEif Mi once tHJi vei times. This must rank as a miracle of thi ,1a,, thii H compels ^en Iconoclast Muslims from the worid to perwibubie

eggrandizers or non-thinkers.

a^

The
mai.

illogicality of the

around

It

though no Muslim

<3(aig an analogy. If
t>r

wheat or
will

rice

detected^ above genHaliiation can be eatahls whether a dietician ssya that lake any aame nutntacul or vegetable, they all have Ihe
all

value,

that be right? Therefore

scriptures can

newf be

P"rim
t)

of Ibe same cBlibreIn

Swift^ of the Ptctiir*(*"


IB7&.

aTlW^'

*^

Ufl*^iiiy Pftn. London

fanatically declaring Secondly, the folb^en. of a acriptor*

It

to he divine

doesnt make the

scriptuj^ divine

tWr* tn rtrmn

"

\H
mifiiH

lib

u^
thK li
Ift'BtMP

so-called

nt^^ona which n,^

belief

oboul Lhe tronnmisilon of the Koran

t>irou(fh

Mohimiid

1*

^f^*^ ^^' L^sati^otsuiiirf

liny

conipamon with Vedic


Oth-^
so^cidlt

yn^arrsnted.

'^^^
'^"^'^'
JTe V^'*' -V be

class epart,

Th

Scriptural Laniiuage

'" rtHk*""

*^'!^ond books;
It

because they oompared inter se ,,, st^nd on an a(U)rtiiBp Itie VdfiS

The lun^us^e

Is

another consideration- the Bible

ani^ ih*

Kot^

*''*''^^"''!!w*

is

improper even lo

menUon

ibe BtU,

ihey wer* being in sectnrian lenguaaes such as Aramaic and Arabic, the Isjcal people who knew thai partitulir only meant if at all for
langviBae. Ctontr^rily ihe

Vedas are

in Sansltril

which was

dMne

lanicu^^
tbe Vedas
'Hie

^tfhich all

hmnanity spoke from the lime of the

crcaUtni.

scope and MoncMt* the pt.

level of

is tulLe III*

^rr^ r.^

U,.i

erf

olh^

r.l.gious

^ap^ur^.

V^as

like

(rertpluta *nius the difference between the Vedes and other elephant and sn ant. the difference belween

ar,

a cofnpetitlium of BrtiiJkiaj*Knptiw They ans

cosmic kiiowledgft

The Vedas ai^ a

i^gantic. divine

ccmpendiurn of ttw cosmic

niUiiV ml ij reto

the oomposilim
thiii

ajiti

m^hanism of
orKanJams.

Ihe eniin. coemaa,

mjTiad

livififf

bom

and i-ebom

In

beiiias ftssoeiawd hirths of ffieehanism ond unending cycle of Conlrarily the so tailed scriptures of other with that mechanism. of smail individuals fitfiklnB a religions are tike petty mamfeslos

mumndinfrjdtplBy'n'''claim
JlftUy. Ihe iRtnf. holy,
ftr (fiffemrt
^'-kni'i'l
tfl

leadership in a
all

pwkelbomuijh.
it is

language of Ihe Vedas

is

fram

liintfua;^?

n^ Ihe Koran, for instance , which

tiMofhiuHit cur^e^ond

Ihreats of dire

revenge

lwo other sciipiurea. Ta compere llifi to equate the Vedfls with not good logic id pacifism and good pontics but

Tram

soch congideralions

hl^y improper

for anybody

may be good

Vcdju Cimfi Mi ihc Siuri ar the CrcuLion


tiv>

good Academic*
Mf of erection while tbe

Vedii

oiM

8l

Ihe

banning

H scriptures such ss

Ihe

BIbk ind Karai

t^s^d

ss 1iqus
<^

MWe uid Uh Koran camt billions

of years later. Therefore, a loddJer


to an ancestral patiiarcb
artd

Krtplures then Ihe Veda> should te

dilit.B..l-..fd as

^^V^^r^

TMfT^iy fmnot be campored

pirftniBitt gf
In iht

hwnf

iniiquity.
is

^et anoiher consideration


& laUl lack Of

is tbal

HrM"i. KtoW h.mu culture, to ^^ . ^ta-^ '^^ " 1, is 0^ .<*-( z,


r..d.r. bewB,* of

<"' '

'^^

"^r^,^Z
d ^^m

Keren ind tht ftlde ihere

any

logical

sequenw

^^wiwtt

im^d^
nahfa
j\

movta^t rrom oiiUJn prwiiseg to a

ceit^n dennit*

m^M\ni

n.p.ri^=. " .he greu.d

"Jw

tiiffer.

Thtv

Vedas were conreri-d

'^*^"*'
f

^^

ij^

*^

complied several centuries

oimEnc

IhntagTi^^

^^""^ *^'"'^

^^

poaaibilily of i"

b^ng, hu n,y "'^''^;^X^, .p..it. and ,tion^ ''';!- 1" phy,bl=p.^ phys.cal !hil.i.e.. in their lcx>l,s nd m.nUJ nd *'-'Jf^
nnother.

Eve

hum

.^'rt

M*iduLdivtii|Z^**^'*
^E*

BccordiRK

to

eU

ouLhoiitlei

din ih# r^TwnL-*?

"^ "^"^^

"''"^ ^'^^" '-'OuM

Mohefnid
in

U1. of the ,udlty of m. b. rin;, ^d ,t.i, .^ -^.


politick

"'^^WZZ^.!!?'''^

"" *^* ^'"'3

^hile medlUitintf

""^rrt ^^ " ^--f;;',: nr. ;

-i

"l^-'l^J "'

^^moLinl4ti,ovo7T^refore.theM^'

116

Itt

,^^^^

, ,qa]

^ ,wihJs^umentviJ.
ved(i3 &r*

arP equal, . n.^^ he sD Kriplures ihenton


,

firstly, ihalscripturt,

in
i,

Hindui,^ ^-l^fr^^t^^ n^rbe^"^. rtJigious scriptr%, dJfWwt '~^^ no f^^^'^

Secondly.

^ .rtrt^-n^"^

^^^ ^^^^ ^d

Hinduism

ir,U8t

n^^r

RECLINING 'VISHNU STATUES

Sine* according to Vedic tradition Lard ^shniJ rEclinJn^ tm


the coils of the elemal cotirB :reali
thai slaiLj?^ deplcUng Lord Vis^hnu
llie

cosmos,

it li

but nsturEl
luglAlner

u
its

the craUir

md

of the univerat should have been erected at importart IcKaUonv

throughout the worid just as every household


preserve and consecrate A pklure of

Itkes to ii05t4JBlcfliny

femoteat known encestor.


at a

Conversely the existence of Lord Vishnu's ataluM


of locations
is

number

strong evidence of the untversallty of Vedic culture

from the bei^nning of the worid.


For those who find
it difficull

to bdieve in auch a ready- made

CreaUon wc would like to quote the words or s renowned schotar nnd an ex- Assistanl Director General of ArehHofcr^ under the Riligh
adminiatrBtion in India, Mr-B.C.QihBbra.

He writes

^^l

do not want

which to go deep into the larger question of the theory of evolution todgy at the hase of archaedogical interpretatiotns but I must need say that the history of indien cjvflliatjon begins with knowledtp
l9

has been with borharism. The kind of Imowledye which unsurpassed preserved therein has stood the test of time and Is still
ijid n<it in certain

respects,

it

ejflent hslieves in an evobtlon of limited

man's only and that for a definite jwriod of lime in the hatory of
life

as also in that of a naUon.


to the present-day,

To

manWiwI, base the entire histoin/ of


arehtteoloiiJetl

down
Even

on the ape-man and the

Ba of Paleolithic, NdolithJc, Bronie and


in the

tmn

1b

a travesty of

faria-

presm 1

1^ of itreit scetnlific achievemen is the

ept rnan

'

tlS
I

IB

--

^'^

P*rt

irthaeol'Vf^''

e^vat..ns by

^J^

-:!:::jt^^^^ "***"*^
-limiK ,he>

''"' '" ^"^^^ '''''"' ''^'^^^"^-*.C in ihe same reifion which wem5t3 ainn

^
Viihnu

Z^l B^ ^
TUGse

B.C.

T^et.

whai -t"t lb.


^ridings

Sumeria

wh^
ih^

m^
stfll

ov,l..^i..n. or

Cm*.

^^^L^'iP)

wonder of Ih^ w^H^ 7

^^fym^

^-^3 'Mr^'^i

beii^,

dipiu, dedJnc tn4


iiTT

OTle Ihwr^ (^feghdut datn^wtifch fs nattire'5 law.

2fm
'

birth,

ife,,

wi wonlA, 'n>ey righlly question the very h^ and imply that the Vedle Bftunpikins flf modem irehawbifts^s mor^ cogent, "Hie mtire eaasxpt of creaiion 83 B gtWDg concn is
UMntworid betlevrf
ji

to be 55 and therefore statues of the


all

recliriinj

ud

to be erected

over.

Above
Ijord
!n Tndli itselF b gigBntic

ia

em artisrs impression of Ihe Vtdlc


coiti oT a

nnce^

of Iht creauon.

ViahnUf rselinirg tm the

mulii-hecdrf cob, represent,)

stain e of the reclinitig

Vishnu lay under

still ro&itios^.

a b[g, diirk vgid tfiLh no \A^, no ivLmd and no mcpronffli;.

U c8trl QuA ToiA?r in DdhJ. amidst a lake. T^e $Uiiutt wn H tmp Uui Uie Tower appeared U] be a slender lotus stem rislni
fitm Viilumi ntv^l The tower was seven-storied to symboliM lie cocMc^ or lie 7th hesven. Al its top was dome. Seat*!

Then
coilB

it is

lime for >^sJmW to


onjes

wiikii

up anJ beiUr Himsdf. The

(obra

rusUe, indLcating thai


life,

and aeoni are


nrniire hi

now

gdinj to imfoW 4
il)t

drajna of

oi the colb ot 4 Tilm

a projertor lo lotert

watelbe Janw !

a btua seal

w*

was the four- faced Brahma

^oldini
s re

Lorxl

VEahnu
d

is

In labour, Like dwiflri. niifsei


jJijprefflB

vrA relaiiow. tht Cfldi


t

ei*i^ BrBhnui

ZL*

was shown bs presiding over and supervisitif

gaiheral
oil

raund the

Lord ih eruir
.

iMtJwf , il iuaialrwr

^"

(rather}

in

one. After the divlna 4tUvry' Loni

VWuiu U

wn under
emertw
lo
rtLftrfang

''^^ly Jn;h.

r^

''*1^

"^"^

Around the k^wer on ^^lpc d.lin^t^ by l*mplea ay^boli^iag

Lta

the eonqpy of the sven hood.].

At the top of the umbiUod cwnl

fmm LoH
ofld

Vlihnu

a nav*)

Ce.nSvM^",

Coa^rt^ion Enclave) kno^n as

(^ m AN
"^

IN

nrst

chili

the divine tfwutr

.^.^uiur.

Brahma ltoio*n

ChrtiUflni as Abrahflffl and 10

MiuUm*

ai Bihlm ard [hrahimJ


In

f^^itr;.^ rs: "^'""^ ^^^^^ *- ^-^^

"^''

the beBinnlns of Ihe cycle of tjrccreaUon. Brahma


TTiri

J^^'

""**

of Ihe

"" ^^ '' <rf lb. V^.

coamov Bui
Xs^ti.

Torid.

Ufflbiltml
unfaJllnff,
tiira

chonl to

arahmi fanaihi VJihnu bwauw It i the latter who


all

iht tlmt

tum wrtita com3fft( v^h

th<

^
>nl

it ej,* conjiinl.

JnexhDUfltJbJe

wurw
life

of

%ht

and

ht

that mftKt

ion*

"njmflU inJ nmi. ihrabbinfi throLijfh planli. runctlaran. and l(Hp hujitcm IndurtHat *iiiUiahnif nia and communlcfltiof*
ihJn*,

that

kc*p

^1^ Vi,W.u. *tU.^ ^^^^^ ""

^'^I'rvg

up.

^ 4
id

m
Cotspfete
gtv>

mstoty of the Dntids k

is

eUW
la

*'

II will

be necrani?

fixplonation or Ihe pQlan. Lh$ Circle in4

Scrpoit"

On psK^ 3
was
tlie

of the
light

ssme book

il

observed "ThfB Serpent

symbol of
'

snd wisdom.

Its

rmme

Seraph,

particxiJartj

Is so exprijssive.

Tha term Sempti

Es

a mnlpronunclBllon of Ihe

5^3^Ki icrm
lanininfftf

S^

(i.e.SerpnL> which Intllcsles thai the ancient moat

of the Bi-ttlsb Isles as also of otber parts xA the woriii, was SarakriL.

On page

tS of Lhe
(.he

some book

it

is asaertftl

"'

It

may

raUarLaUy

be conduced fram
the world.
Sinoe

various opinions of the besL hisiorcans that

this tskndl received ils first

inbibJtanU from the

c^Um

part* of

"
people

from the East


,

(I.e .India)

were the

csrllest

inhabitants of Britain they mtnrBlly erected e stetue of Lort Visbnu

the progenitor of the world.

Tho nam* Isle of Angels^^, In Britain derives fram the ^nskiit name of Lord Vishnu as Angulesh Le. the Lord of the Anpil counlry. The British Tslea were desigriBted Angulsihati Le. a Hn^-siae
fingPT-length coviitry.
If

ihe Eiiropan continent

i?

likpotfd to
,

pilm then the British Islea sppear to be en extended


Sanskrit speaking explorers

flrger Thertfore.
It is

named

It

AnuiJ^slhan.

thnl sariw

larm which later cemo

to

be pronounced aa Angul and Je-Erglarni.

"The book on
'

Druids mentioned above states on psge 36 thnk

renmioiflg of Ihe Dniida are said Lo be yet In port Ang^sey^-many in this Island Ci.e.the Isle of Man> aod Ihnl of and of them were made of extraordinary large slonw as al Abiry

Many temples

SUmehenjfe."
Pfige 54

deacHbps

"AWry

is

founded on ihe mor*

fleviUfll

tn

I.

Preface iQ

A C&mp^te

m^ary
its

of Un- PruJd*. Th^r Orv/i^

ftq iiNjiiify

into their

Reik^m ind

co/nridence n'^A t/wPs'iriir^


tiy

by
&.

Ijchntild, printer

T.G.

Umax.

mirkftl

Ufi^man.

HumU k

Urma,

Lcindcin.

im

' r*in^),

1-ny VaUuT., With . v. .d

ve^ *^

trinity of th* tbre* Mt^hty Qnn vlj Bnhnm tht and the Vpdk Ih* suslaincr nrd Shiva the dettrpyer wtre ill ther* Gitator, Vtshnu rom t< &fani.k sUtuM. The Druids supei-viwd th? tcmpla.

j^ the

**";._.. UVhhi

The above
... j:..i. was th* diich

description iridkes

it

dear that the

Tsle of j^ng^lsey

wax

fnmiJ a formJ

cirel? of

Im _r^ ^"^^riO^OD,
ft. hfgh,

fainous

In

the nncieni. world for its mBJesttc and raa^iiive

LempV

*
.

ffl^

'.prt^i. ^hich
in

-ere g^^raJty iS.lfi or IT

much

b(i3th..-0ul of tbes^ 100 stones.

^^

(tepiciing the

V^ic

Trinity in BiguiUc slflne- statuary

ji^

the divinB

wt^

governors of the world.

RtdinlnK Vlshra

In

the

Kuba
is
ft

of

or reclining. Ten of retnajhii^ HdLis uid 27 LhroHTi down v^n dcsBolisJwd by Tom Robinson jn :he year 1 700, ihe vesUji, Uresi "we itil dUcflniW. Wilh ihJs mighty colonnasfeoi
in

The Kaba
ttflst.

in

Mecca

hujje temple comiitei: baktt In the hoso'

i-o

29}wdi HCTW

perfection

iherf miist
ditch ^

have bwn a most a^fr^y,


scarcely possible for

ask^w

a Vedic, Tantric design with ih& iilem of a stjuare set over another square to form the ubtquitous Vedic ocia^qnal

wA ^wKfl
1^
tf

dcsi}!ll.

I'nsn

eM

ilie

is

m
An
ancient
Haiihareshwaril^

to fbna t noUop Of the grand and beaiaiiful

appearance

Sansknt

scripture

known

as

{\i^m*ii

WW^i

it

must of

{bv

malt," {Or pog^ dB to 59

Is

added) "\fost

Mahatmya has
q^ 55

the foUowinK couplet

kooe.
>0r
t}

T^ Bid outbousH of tN; town are buill with the msl^rab


iif^'e

tRTplig

EHEm^

ibavKooa Uhi

been fired and brokefi...]^ u$ wslkoDt


I

^^

r^^ia feai

ferft'I^

giRTq H^ifr

II

Uv

touthem enlmice of the town passing

be

Vallum.

T^ b ^li Saaw... the summit gf the Overtone Hills is the ffsk'psi U nnpouAd ^imttAl was-d signifying the Septmt s hesd) whdcb
a oilAi
Mtaa
fnaai the

consecrated lit Ihrt* which mentions t^i^l Vishnu's boty footprint (in India), the centres in the worid namely one in Gsya and the third near Shukla Teertha i.. Abky.

mm

other In

Mecca
[n

Vallum of

,\\i\ry.
.

The peopfe
ifhich

hnw n

ii^

mosi ghtiou^ i^pfe of ihe kind \v^ "wif hm fvtr fitant of. Thai it was really a temple sacnd leOv -Wastd Hid undivvded Trinity. e\"Ci-y circumsunce. fvery lUwimdiiopersuBJ^us. -nitnameitseirofAbirj'fATKm.

n
^

ef/i

to^siJataH U the Sutictutay.

when

in petfeciion

wiiiuui tfjostM ihe

Muslim formation when coupled with the Enformation from indlcfltes thst Lond SQureej that there were ^m idols En the temple, wWch surrounded by sn entouratfe of other deitiES of
Thj9
Vishnit

waj

l^rd Shiva
the Idola

they dest was one. But the Muslims being iconoclasts a roiind cylindncol of other dHtits whQe Shiv^'i emblem,
-rtjd

mywl

11

w(njr>lf.i( in

ih lanpisge ^f itj founders Tht;

Ml^V

dark, black

featureless object stone they retained as i central

of rever'ence.

*^^^ " taTlw

'^^ ***
'^"'^^ ""
'

^^'

^^

I'** ^'"^^

^'Q^-^

flit ^'^^'

T
i.e.
1

rite

Musbm

Palestinian

name Vasaer Arafat h


tCodl
Hari

in fact Sii

M^tipn^

T*.^^^;^

Zr^

"

the Kolv feet of T^rd


idol

This nam* and oihen*


Jn tht
i-eni*^'

^^

**i*

wils of a cobi^

fiitiidsl '

commemoipie the

of Viahnu thai

was enghrlned

'-^^

^h^pter of Genesis of ibe


(t

Ok.

of tlw oclai;Qnal Kaba abiine.


Kcclinlnit

*^UtWrf Jr,*^?^'^ "**J Iht

"^^^ t* Ihe SMn-. when


of

S91

iiririt

Cod

.a9 flOBlinK

on wa*

VKKau

In

Komc
Is

^'^^Pfr .^^,i,^d

ifterkm, ^lActuan. ^f world fant.

The nams Vishnu

F^noi^nced as VIsiu even

In India

and

.on

[^4

m
rt

awi

"fi

b#

FW^nccI

in Europe. Therefore

"^^^^^^

The

5.1^

(iffTrlnoloriiy

airaflciated

with ancient hisiflHc

^]

b..

Sanskrit. found to be V*dJc.


Si,

TH* Avc^Un^

Hw
a^

hill

mnnjBU.^ of

Ssba

d^'rives

EU name from Avnii^


is

indml
tfinplf

city In Indfa.

The monaatery of Saba

^^ ^^
^

Thf
ifi

PfllPtfn^ Hi" u^

Some

is

an ancient the counterpart of Pain^^

cfty

India noted for lis hai the Saurashtra region of cgv^^

with numerous t*?mpie$.


A!

Rome

the vault of the Old WellHougi? of the

cajsioi

[,

called iht

Tutlfonum, Such well -houses are a

<;ommon

feature

jj

enrimi HinJu temples and palaces. They may still be seen in the Ttjo Mahalaya taJias Taj Mflbfll) temple palace
in

in Luckntw, in

Agra

and

Asboks^s patace (wrongSy called Ferozsbah Kotla)

In Delhj

m
m

\a jeveral other princely capitals. S^ucb well-housea are

known

BuU-MahalB

in

Hindui purlimc^.

"^Vi ggLc of

noma Quadrata on

the Palatine- were not baw

openings in the line of wall but consisted of a square phamber


wjth two door^. one opening inwards and the olbtr outwards. Tit

temple of JanuH was a modification of such a gatf^ay chaniber," HtBt dewriptian


to Iha volume Utied
Bell
-

is

taken

fmn

pag?

XXJV

of the Introduction
(DeiifhUffli

WonicundiheCanipai{nubyJ?,Biim
IfiTl)

&

CO..

London,

I
.

IWe

tquare gaieways
historic

an

a Hindu feature.
in India.

They may be

sefli
lilt?

in

ilimm ^ery
of

mansion
It

In fact

we

would

to suBSeil 1 iiiaht

ammdment.

n*j

Tutor at Triply College. Cambridge

iht ibuve-menlioned author Robert

may probably have reaped the Btim (Fellow s^


U.KJ
.

"T* "^"^ ^^^^"^ "^Mul thim


rfT^
m.
kind of
,
fc

that the if.teways he

pattern, on the esoteric. T.nlric. i^anl. Vrfic

in

Me^. Sa^i A.^W*

ir,

the interior, every oornef

Ue
Indni,

.i^i ccrnare

^pl^

ih*

inmB

<i it-

^^^^
NirUL.

^^'^ '^^^^

iolnl

which

^v

it

the

al

Vtmi, Yama.

Agni. Vayu. Kubr,

Wmn and
"

*''*^*^""'^^^'-^''>^intoanoct^.

TT

central .^ui.^.

nai^

m.n.iitl r.prti* the preni V.^u <n blur houBi.^ Ui. imofi* of the Redinin,

K*U,

t^^

TW*

m
i^ffi in MnvitfrTp

islflmic iroditton

W
^tNf,.
Oiinl^ rpwi ves bomftj^ at Iho qntnir<M Wore one i*rt tht woitiliip the main deity.
Lo

^^

''^ahI^

The \vegt#m
VdlJcian Hill
wh^^n^^fwfy'i"^'"''^^ ^1lJ^J^"KitontH ThnL roprtttn^fpot

side of the Tilwr

vallfly

i^ome

is

boiindel by

amd the long ridgt of the Janiculum.


e. s

ggUlirT
tiflJUv pif!

^'flltt!,

-niQ

VaiJcanbtheSwiskritname Vflticet
ia

fVedlc) bermltagt

*mM(rort on ihr f^trior of (he

vmjihf?ii!j]

comer

of ih&

The lerm Janiciilum


of Lortl Gajiesh.

the Sanskiit tenin Gan^salayam L^. t tempte

wril

ThftftlOi* ptirwnUuUlion of

i^

ShWlhjt

iflvolvta rirutin^ iht


fftl

Kiba bMStfins
tb

^v*^

"'*''"

f"nv^*^^ Muslims

coiTipDEIed tg

ti^
The
'IttKi,

wvrn'Md mment
itrpc

Vwlic penambulaifon.
ll

Tht KdIw

unc-^yn^

Capitoljrie hiD

and the

JarictiJujti hSi ar$

opposite Ui each
HfTls

rvjyi

wntt^vrly shui la hide

Vdic dnc^dor.

other. In iKt-ween

them Hows the

Tiber.

On

bolh those

were

temples

o>r

V^ic

i]eiUe$-

On

iheOaf^tolineiiVss ih? temple cf

&ium

^kf

p.

hJrtrtt

birfifia

hldifl[j ilt

VHic wTlron-coloor stync


te SjinskriL
pi^-=5ure

and on Lh Janiculum was


jurtiv*

ilial

cf Oanefph.
in

km
iRfiif

drtitfn*

amd whal
ilif

arf bfllff/fl( lo
wpflt^
ifl

Ini^cniKBOirf <m 1^
oti
uritil

Thus, B9

in

the Kaba (Mecca K

Rom?

too Lord VHshnu waa

m\^

uncium
whtlmit

Iiat^Tmationdl
alJ

ihj
the

SQii^

surrounded by a number of other deitta.


**^
historiffna

Cwfmmmi

ahoild

^F-ned by
fn

rountnea

Ki^

jbi}invn4jpn;itidt|%u)Jirin

and

poeta

of

Imperial

Rome

give us i

prt- Muslim limes,

descriptfon of the solemn

ceremony obsei^ed on the occaaim of

markinjj oui the Hmits of a

new c^tlement
cow bfing

,,-, a bull end 4

cow were yoked tog&tber,


e furrow was

B^^

placed on the inner side,


s^le^

made

wjth e ^ ough round Ihe proposi


saiisfy rli|pou3 scruples...
auspJcfDfljs

This

waa done od a lucky d^y to


Tliia

"*

procedure of choosing an

day wilh referenw

lo

asLrol{^ and breaking the ground for a n&w city with a plouih
is

drwn by kine
SiiVBj]. a

Vedic pracliM. As

Ifltj?

as ihe early I'^lh cenluof

Maratha ruler of

India Bdopt! ihe


t<s

he

firat

arrived in

Pune

city

look afH3-

same piwedure when hfs fief. He had the

Ifcrf

furrowed with a gold-tipped pEough^

The Arch nf ConsUnltrte


a

tn

Rome h

a triple archway with 1 arches- Thli


1*1*0

Ian arch in th^ centre flanked by


ifi

two smaller

common
'^TTie

aiyht^ in

bidU-

IV.

the

slfiLup

under Sviui temple ofKer^ul Victor was pulled ddWTi found hrtmie aow in the Capiiol wis
of HL-rtules in

^2) p. 31,

rotw ami

the CimpajrFm. ty B- B**-

xm
129

jfjrtyfe, fs
(rf

ihe Ssnskrft
*^.

term Hed-cul-wsb meanlriK


alias

Ihti^
HettHjl^,

The

ttfiUan

word

*V1a' for J^eibway

la

b truncated fomi of

U^

ih, dtfiaf Hari


i

VisKnu

Krishna. Tlie te,^

Senskrit term Vthi.

ridar

il Sanskrit

t^
Is

Hari -Vijay (BS-femj

Porum Roma/ium
it

the andentmost part of

Rome. Roinaim^

tttidi

that was the cwitra] point ItaiMysnun obviously because ensuni was erected. *'The longer aide of dty of Hama

The Chief Veiiic priest (tbe Pontjfejt JJiximuB) was from tl time of ConatanUne forced to call himself Christian priest, Majdrnm term tuflflw*!) Mahattsmaa i.e. "the Ujpmogi.' i^ tbe Sanskrit

thiji

p|i mwsvired about 200 yar^s,

....Found this wnfined

S|iui,

nr* pDup*d Ihe most importani: buildings of Republican Rgrne. venerated gtids. th& (he imiplej of ihe nios< arcient and senotf
bffljs*,

th

ComiUum and
called

the Postra.

MaiimuB was
Vli) and

a Utile further along

The Hou^e of the PoniLTei the sscred way (Summae Ssat


. .

was

the Regia, the

Athum Return
* * A

or the Atrium

Voter. This Re^a was the bouse of tbe Pontifex.., The sacred

spars of the God Mara were kept there

i i

ft

The above

is

a very important passage. It pinpoints

i\\s

aan^
namfli
Lbs

V*dic core of ihe andtnt city of


after

Rome. The

city itself

was

HEms. an incamalion of Vishnu


it

ailaa Vjshtu. TTierefore

hi^bwiy leading from


i.e

to the temple
^Raja Merg'

was known
in Sanskrit.

as the Regd
It

TOyal

way (^mr^^

i,e.

was

bIso

Imown AS
lUdy WV9

V| fnm
known as

Vishnu and Atrium from sage Alri-

Ajicienl

Etniria and lis civilization


its

was known as Etniscaa


Adriatic

dvHizjiJon. and the s^a U)

east is
his

known as the

Set^
is

from the Vedk a^ge


in

Atri

who had

VedFc establishment in Hcmf


Pontifex Maximus. that

rmoie
tsge

antiquity,

The

office of the

^ m

chitf priEst of the

Vishuu temple complex in

Rome.

origlAsi**

Tani^b Maban' hw wmmjpiediflP,tifejMaxim.gin Uiin. H la bouse was natui^fy temple, complex pr^Jded over by l^rd VishiiuM^
Sanskril \^rm ^^.hj^)

Mn. The

aTII

Vt
7"

bv 11. wi,

'"

^***'
"^

^ ^""^
^^

Vishnu was surroundaJ

d
J

tJ^ ZT *"* u
"">**"> 'WUes such
P.4I
ilrid.

Incarnations

Rama and

m^'

Saturn nd

Mg

tfl

^
,

be one of thwn sn*! third. FfCic^


E^pertnwoi

insirfred

t/i

ipeak Tamil,

iMpOw. JipvMH.

<^
.

Aktar's

TW I6th centu ry Mogul emperof


tlie

Akbor had

in fact tieen trouhtel

same question

In order to Tmd an answer he indulged in

THE UNGUAL THEOREM

t^ puUed a houHC,
^rf^
w'hite

ordered Kverali suckling ehilirm heartieas ej^Jeriment. He nway from their mothers^ -braasta and lefis to be confined

No aduU wES
the children
into

permitted M) speak anyihing to the childiw

were clothed and

fed.

The

result

*4

iht

^e children all grev \vomha vere bom of the


tiBt iMi,

dumb

ddta. Merely

becsuKthw* chBdren
Sanskrit or HtndJ
to bahhl* imonii

of mothers

who apake
when
free

iriK? Th nHHt popular guas J^ Ho* did hun*n lanRuage b^fan makinM loiw Lvyig ill 3veA like wfld inimsls.

or Pereian^

those

children,

even

ItJEns^vea, did not

somehcf*

develop a lBngua^Je. They

founds of birds ^Hjbmfli wurvda in imiunion of ttw


b* ssw ind his
incoherent

and

animali

3ak any language

at all. Therefore, the notion that a

conWnl mafl eduaU*

mumMinifS sni mnil^nn^ somehow


languages

^apei ibemseH-es

intg th different

we know

of today.

l^sdf even h mistaken.


is

In
All

such a preliminary thing a? learning a luiguai:!. kupttiv to knowiedije has to be imparted by


is

ThU

ri

wtiBt

iiiftsi

aeholars believe dnd

iach tJiKt da>s,

an inferior. That

why

endeavour In educationalP'.ujJishmentaihe

Caufusol ScbulAri Keep Mucfl


Bui e5 r^Hrds the origin of different languages,

staff even for very low siandfda. always to employ highly qualified hool or himself why are children *mt t/J Tf man could educate
If

ibere

rw

taught

fit

home?
all

uiuniniEly ajnong the KhoSirs. Vei hardly ever are their difference

Divine Origin *r

Waslc Stock
discove-rfss

ajnd in
BP
tJie

public.
L&pic.

The^ keep (juirt each


^

i*Tith

his own

mental rcservalitifu

They also take care not lo Iread on fflch other's

Even the great


hasEa of the

we

talk of are

made wily
dnnne.

t**

toes pegarding ihe origin, anliquity


linpifl^Es-

and

intffl"-

relation of different

to the geniu. by trwning or education ^mpert^i


is

Sonvf lend to regard variouu l&nguases as belcHnKi^i^

Even there the discovery


nashes even as

m^e

thro^jjh

me

mtu^M^

_^^

gmup

JMi not relftLed,

some

detect a distant relationship

whik

olhm

diifli

a cEoee reLationship between different langauges or

work out longwinAri are gifted brains which convp-iter ini tricehke a and complicated mathematical calculaUons

th^

only beikwv different groups inter se. MEniiIrt* Ohio* hi evHTbody's mind.

Thus there
Yet there

is is

nothing but

Any wheel
the first

to start

a workir^

factory to start

moving nd^ aUeast one superior production needs some

initial

pusjvj^y

brsin to

i^
^

sn^g scholars who hold hiwh posiliona Jn this fieM. TWidmUniUiiB i* M^er to press one another too hard or subject coltoKu* to l dw* ind * too embarraaaing a cross- exam tnation.
uniemmditvt

prototype and power.


all thia

From
initial

the

conrf^^

i^

in^^^le

that

ail

hon^i-

^imal reproduction

^
^^
ar^uigfl

basic stock and the

divinity f^"^ starts only after SmOsriy the

P^^'*^

p^chic Npul.

iaught by divinity it^^f to the

first

lungtjag^

was Sanskrit.

All

human

acli^nty started

H^^^ff""
may

"^

^^^ X
^

initial

That divine Slock including the linguftl. SanskritBicb on ibelr

own

For

instflnrt

132

133
"

^^:
r

..,;.

maKicfJ ^usltly about ,.jno5 hat d

a ^^i

i^** rrtfinaatefles of nf VedIc detHeii

Vwic

BEinta.

H, n^y--"^*

;mpt*ttfn.ton.

Th^ ^^

'^^^^'^

^^'^'^^^

with an
f

'^000 yeara Ago l the end of the l>wapar Yitu wui Just Dve^' war, The Jewish Passover era. now in its unht the Mohflbharal

;;;n!^^ij ^>'

"'*^'''^ ''''"' '"'^'^'^^ *"^'^^'-' '^""'^^''

"^h
_

yev>*i

[dmcial

commemorates

thai war, b^csuse Ihe Yedua

1'na

Jedua

t,e,

Judaisls had lo leAVe the Dwarka kin^tmi snnn

eKplostuna and a massive the war whcfi nuclear


civil

br^kdown

-^
sJl
,t:k

*h?n Lhe world of hunan M by ir,-..-d. provide

flffaira

beyan with ihe


i^

of the

administration

made

life

unsafe for them.

^^^ re.^made
er^.

very

nilvlmawnssthe JTajU
the

JV

'-^

the resdy

The physical

The Mababhsrat
slaughter
inivcrsal

strife

was a world war


il

The

ifreet biolngical

md

nuclear havoc caused t^

shattered the unitary^

j nwnial chr*fttrirtic* of the


Uifi
wjiti

humans

of thai era w^]^ first-ratfl.

pis^m
is "Tie

^^""^

'^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^- s"^^^"*^^ SLb31|

d*nDrimfx

iis

c&s* with ev^jytJiinK in Vhis world,

OM

Sansknl

Vedic admlnislratlon. The universal was iilso simulumeoualy breached.

un

and study of

age,

The
to

ahatterftd world

was divided

into broken units which

came

deay und

disrefarr spt In.

Babylonia. be knovm as Syria. Assyri*, Scythia.

Eiiypt. China

n^vnpar) the worVd TTawfih Ihi^ Yuiibs (vit Krvi*. TVeU and uniwrisl, unilajy Vedie civil izali on [n which Smskrit dhnd

WH
ont

fvp-ybodyf langt^e- Rven in

t!i<jB

ages inlemecine

atrift
otn

did tvai espechsily


ijite

g<we^ nmiyas and I)&nava& atias Rakshas


.

tnd ihe
HuBSffl

rest

We may

find!

a parallel in the present


Ii-an

Suakrit luition Likewise, with the tlisconllnuoww of universal mentioned Bbo\*, Mntinued tcb nevv fraginenieil admfnisirHttve unit fabric with its own shatlfired, tatiered Sanskrit Unifual

strife

Unvmt
nviJs
in

ami

US^,
sms

and between Iraq and

though ihe

make do Thus what wo know


tfl

ag

modem

languages

ai-e

picc of Sanskrit

^ch CSK
cluh

profess the

same rekt^on. Under Ihe Vedic

mannerisma. It i$ Ibis turned or iwisted out of shape by local ultimate w^ch makes Ihem all related and yet distinct, TTUJ it ihf
solution lo the world lingual theorem.

bviliiptjwi the

to have been betweem personalities such

u VnlisLi ma ViBhwimitrt, Vigbwamilra and Harishchflndra, Kams


ind WivTin and between
of iht

Kaumvas

gjid

Pandavas. Since ihe culture

As against that, current ideas about world


origin

lanBuajfra. vii Iheir

common

peopde coflUnued Ui be Vedic and the language la


erf

be iajJtril. ihetwor

public

life

*B

conlinued undisturbed. Warfare

limilcd iirictly

toCbe

rival

birmH].

Evw Oy

arm] ea and civilians were never

That llnttual confusitai inter ^relsUon, are d\ confused. as ih<f 'Ary=w has led to other sub confusions about races such race, iHe Nere*a race , ihe Semitic race or races, the Mongolian

and

ra awiy from pubUc

iimitg fought oui ihF disputes jn en opcfl


dwellings.

etc.

Thessaub'Oonfuaions are bedevilled with further

sub'>nf>3^ooi.

of Eumr* For instunw. the so-called Drsvidlans of India, the Hrutds be unconnected with B3i<i Ihe forest tribes of the woi-ld seem to

"^VftlicdvIliDUan^tb&nskTilaaBworldTBnguapecontbued

any of the above

tjproupj.

from

Auairtii,

r^L
-

'T";''-

^"

^^

^^^^"

'"

"^^ ^''^^

I^ucc itnd LunKUdtte arc Sc|uin)te Issues

Let ya not

mix up rac* with

lajiguaae.

eoUur,

Con,ray "S l"*"'";^ wntw or chnidhes ^

ll

"' '^'^"^
an onclenl

""t

Vet scholium heret^jfore have ml)cl the worse confounded, Whuthfif divinUy at the start populated

They nre sepju^le tsu up the two and made


""

"J"^
=**^

laday

Urmple*

wntbienm with

black,

brwn,

follow and whii* pt*ple

X|T^gJ;r

(, ihi*

L
1*

thiF

nnin'of Uia divlno. MnlvwuBl VwJIe cuUuf* W^whobvit .bfekt trtm momin,* ti5l nlnht ill hE. rul ''f ^hitt culture
V/h^'*^'^^'" *'''l"^
'""^^f"
'^t**'*"

itf*

an Ary"

njlw of ^pn^

mniuA

j^Lnt-hnl

oxUmUR

un-Ar^n.
th' tnltlnl liinKimK*- r/
nil

wart Baci^ S*iniikril of whflf-flv<r ihe world,


jfl

humiinfly
It

ilT

ovft-

mimtr,

atfllure find fenttife*.

la

wn>n(!

Cifrmuny, Kun*jJ or lnd|>. Tboaeare up Stimkvil with p^p^pliltral arvnit whilf; SftnnkrH. wns poki:ii <?Vffrywh(rre.
tl,

n^tfscm

Vel
Alt

iinntyit'ir

.irror

in
"1"

ui brmckct only Ijilln and fSn tk wllh SAnnkrfi.


(-he

Dl-tuT

laniCUiHK'ja

world are an much

bfiul

vaKanit of

(jrfi^k HiinHkrlt *H nr**


inviilvf^
univonifl]

imd
of

iJilln.

Thcra
a U-w

jb

aim
I

juiothcr twin
million

crmr

h&ix

nfirmily

(siiinUnm

muU

ynrancr^i

lanjrn*"
It

fti'^n^^Ht w\iti a

LhoiifflanO

yi^r old rloniil

Iddo-Eump-nor
fl

Ifido

Ai7sr

TV i!1f)Jcii]ily tf hucti n nlnjiainrjiUfln


wbiii

variaLloita of
iHilp

nMnn?ly JflUn ondGroek,

The nlKiv^duddBUnn nhmjld


llnniyBl

ipfinnwi frnm Ihr


Indfl'

fiiti thJil

wo ftmnv^
btr

tb*'

cnnimnn
Nflylnji

rM^lu"N

to undoifltdnd

and nndlyuc ihe


kjicrt,.

and

mcW
I

fsMUat

from lh*fn iiw n^nlrnipr wtHild in<niriL to


'^uil

wnfuNitjn. Lanttiwi knol ov^;r

by mnumporary

lnl*lllenlJ8.

Ofrmwy'r.iirvjpf.Aryft
lltiw cjin

wryiiM

mnthr^ifiitLk:al

fbnJnlJly

frfTrnnny

U
ti

tiinall

rrviGnli

bv

cej4')(U*riiivo
iiix*

wllh

Vjumpt ' Arnl tvpw


iH
|itil
it9
1.0

L'ftr*

rin-miny jflJ Kufojw,


Jil

Whkh

Innd mnHtwi,
(^F

Thu

cJitifijHltjn

doorribi'd nbovflattBCtiwi

aHo

Ut the pwjpl* callHl

'Aiyai^ which

Ix^i imly a

r>f^'-^

(HKipli^H

If

DnvUa
talk of

In India.

JubI

1l

Iu

wrontj

tfl

dwm

Aryana i

raw and

* ^

Iiiji

^vMi
y(
l|f

LltefT,
It

UwiT

It

M tnblfll*, "Ai^n"
Hf*.

In

no

rftci^.

IL

it a

^y

ta

Vw](c wny of

Tliirrnrorc,
In
tiitr

'Af^"'

ttwm, Homfl spwisl Inn^uriH*^ ^^ InnifiinHcs as b(lfinlnn to race of people fllmiluriy it la wronx lo fdnery th iJravJda io bp a
and wci-ibu aqmi' Bpoctai InriKUUMO or ifraup of IruiKunrtPJ
io

I eiiJujrj

ml

nai i

f*^ Vrt iJmoiL

^ryMy
Ihelwti |[|( (h..
bll

miJm
In

ihcm.

wwil.

fmhm Utdior
*f>wi
ric

cr tmreiuerjil hin'bwtn tulorwl U) hnWwvn


hoi U-wi u (Irmly
lijiijlsnifxl

ThHt

J!)

why our

hiiidJoK

ifl

this

pJintKrapli
thi'

im

imAVIHS AND

w m

'Hill tA\(m

l.flNGlJAGICS whli:h
Uilk or

Ih Intiiniiwl Ifl

"^i riht

[Hnjular

yundrmmo
MooBatlan

thr bfiim (/ (Tw mnd*rT>

<rm.lHjjititi(ji

Ihi-ir

U'mMlnt,
uf

rJmvJrllfin ljinni,HHM^

or

'Siinvltk LnnguJiiiCT' oe

ihwnnr^

tad irKuintnl

tymi* wiiirvly
Ihnl
-if

llw

fulinjm
tht^

on

ami,'
Riicytlcjpik'dEa
Ihfll

(^>giM/jt Arnin rm, To uptwi


IJ CWMiiiMtjrao,
ir-t^lllg^ctib.
Ik

fmrn

inlnde of

nriiunnlca aumfl up Ibc

iJoflltlun

by

olnervlnii

*<*

r^t4fll pmhhftit.
lblnki;.K on JUV

rZ ''^"

^^

'^'""'""

"^ ^ "^^"^

"1"

'^-'ir

""^)^ -'thB oriKin of UiniiuaK*' h nt^vi-r ffUlwl lo provW"* " about for apw,-ulaUor/" iind mUU that '' nothlnu dk'flnlio la knnwn Tamil. Ih" oilkin of Ihir "DnivEdlaii fnmily " of Ipinpaut^i mimtrly
TtilUKM, KiLtinmln,

Mnlnyjilnm, Gondl.

Kunikb and Tblu.


or

Thai
"^'iiifiiiy

inrrfr <.n,:yt;bih>-lb

unwiUlr but howwiir, prov[(Ui cm

Qluu t (,Kn rfKhl nnawflr by


cif

noUn
''i

thfll

"i

niirrtbor

"*

""^^^

fumurt^

*" *^<"*^

tho Dravldiwn

limyoinf^'Ji Jii>p^n""

'^' HiKVed

**t

Ary

I.

n. r. Ary-

|3S
.

^ ^^-Li* ^Vtd^c^ ^"^ ^ut


"^

^^^"^M^^cionV
2rtiO millioi.

^ hislfflY. including the besinnlng of Ijini^i.^


solved
if

i.

.^J^"^

body of basic, compr^hensi^ the rundnmwuil ihe be^^nninK^ (.n mankind by divinity

miilflWflned ono but has steoctily 4t>Qrenitd rrtrm nUkU? to on of truth, knowledgp and dutiful bebpviouF) L^Yug (the goHL'nny tf "^^^ ., (Iw era of atrlfe, dissension and kresponivkblv (

Yug

**"

^uj.)
lion
'^^^
,
.

Thprefoi-eH the concept of the Drnvid^* beinH the first

y^

in

Sanskrit.

and ss^^a of primAniiol of divlmty-tniinwl seera vedtt CArya) culture mu^il be taken lo be an higtoncal

^Z^TZVni^^^
fcTwn
Bai
in

-a

to lh.se

t wiU.

flnii^*] 1"''^

^^^

believe that r.^^ cEvPaxwI himself

Who

diHmia&Sd r^l and iruat not be

ua

melaphy^lcdl myth.

giB^e,

BW rnflTBiii d ytsfv*

Bihwsw havt to

flcct-pt

that

we

Vedta i Sanekrit, 3*y-cHUed because of Tho lanK^JiS^ '^^ ^^'^ oihcr Bynonyms viz. ajra-Bbanitl, diviM peifectioTi. Us ILJ aU point to it? divins ortifin, Pfya-Bhnsha anil trvan-Bho9ht
Vedic Sanskrit
is

all

live in a vbh
th.?

basic nnccstraJ language of the world,

,n

ftluww

sub^Kl to (he fnt*rp]ay of elemfflita) foroa. linarffnf sqiJW power crwied such an infinite and mystifying untven*
risB trtt llip frrt t

and
itie

fioi

VedDS

of its unUquity and also becauM of India alone, because ws* bequeathed la all mankintl. Ttiere h fliso other

mM

few gwierations of ready - mode enlightened


.

evidimce to pnive this. MTTipt^b^nsive hisUHicsl


east or west, developed other languages whether of the The ven- word 'Prakrit' siifnlfi a Isngusge B3 rtgiffunl Pralits/ out af the divinp Sanskrit). T^bI u shnpcd out of'another (i.e. be traced lo the laigvaii* of why ali larguWT^ of the world csn
All

tmi mt

tap*.

lHL]^^t

and trained to recite the

Vedas

i.e.

ih^

to^tf ocni]tf*hive fundamwiUil know led jje necessary for orderly


nfiduiltai oT

faum^ Uf

oci cairth

Hk qU
'ft'

i3li)4on i.e. tho9e


jtrmdtuilly.

who

believe that

msn

civjiiud

^w<tf voided,

over millima of yeara. uft*r betng

bom
i

the Veday
ri^^tly noticet an affinity Kncyclopfledia Britannica. therefore

lay <Ata- inimil, in a wild suite,


being tbwlulely hetptess ^L

may

juat consider thai


t<t

hitnm ctaM

Wtlh. has

be nurtured

^ytai^ vid psycbuiDgicaJly with export care and attention. Tb^ * us n) M child can grow up to numhwd without a mother Of

lan^ruHges. The very nw* between the Riifved and ]>flvidian Rlgved and Dravid. Is common to both

Vid

W B^TiloA b
y *f*

^ "^
"

her own iiira ibe mother hfrself has to

be n ui-turtd
Iht^ chiWlliBt

^"^ ii^^*^'"" "^md WW wn

J?r^

mcuHerhood before she tan look WlB ufwiu^ and bf^ckwofd one

flftei-

fiod hJs group Sage Agasti (or whosoever else) Ved^ sa^e^ thiou^h whom the 1.1 ^aeration Pravids i.e. a^ni and butevefl not only m '"dj^ were bestowed on mankind by djvinity
in

f^^^
E.rcp*^

ha5 to admit

Europe. As proof one

ma^

'^uusl di.* the ^^o^i

t^
Vid-

bdn^ must have bw^ sa to set the ball of human

trtiinpd by
civil t?^litjfi

Icnguage.. August the


ifl

Eu^pe^

month,

th.

title

Augustus appl.l

*'^^^/'^^TV' Homan emperora and the 'TJ^ids (priests) variation erf the ^skn Europ^^im life in oncfent Eumpe. l>ruid is the
Hnds the Shivi imni term Dravld. As an (ncidenisl clue one
listed in

v^ho

Drdds. the literiiture of the European

CBUioL^t^'"^'
''

^' - ''

^d

Lhe latter

.^I'-We
It

Ai^nns flnd Bravidj^ This disproves the fancied hostility between Othcn^=^ n,.st now b. realise*! that Vedic cuJtune h

^^^

'

*" tiilkW^^

P'^t npi "'^ "av min hm not

"^

b^Eirrd'^ of the

evolved

fr^

'

3 ATVan culture, and Drpvids wer^ the Ht ^'-^^'f ino UK Who aprwwl At^an culture throughout tk- world-

^^^ ^^

laft

Tton

Tetugu.

JUnwds

uid MfllB(yaJam form Lhe four

i^jj^^

iTTlhO
,jMKi(

pertiun to the

nvid i^o".
is

all

differ

their scH(^,s

01^

Bummr.

Similar

the case wtli otJwr regipnst

Euro|an erd [so-fMlled) Semitic " PmUnis {E e. shaped oul) of ImpJiUW And yi Uwy are assumed that Piakrits preceded ^stait. K is currtnily mJstthenty

l^T^ wcfi

95 North \i\A\m,

SANSKRIT.

THE MOTHER OF Aa HUMAN SPEECH AND THOUGHT


mysterious

Tlmj

^ kngu^ b
[>

5ome
itj

regfonal af ftmty lo neighbouring

Ib^WH
Tuni]

on one hsrid am3 to

remote orcpsUir

Sanskrit

Hawever queer,
appwfK
ft

and unbellevabte ^skril may


1$

on itx dLber. 1^9 ipplles tc TamJI tM. The phonolofj^y of the

has ta be admitted that Sanskril


Panini's

not a man- made

AlF^bA

thi sarrve as that of


is

Sansknt while

its lheolot^{3ij,

lfln}[UBge.

grammar too

corrobortftes the diiflne origin of

Kill fod motii (bought content


Wide nmincstiafii frton
t^^lioUi to iH
ftjpftrts

idenlicaJ

with V^anta,
Is

llvtlajiguage^

Man

couldn't hope to develop such a paifect lan^age.


is

camincn orfgin
life,

eommon

ruk

Man's touch contaminates and distorts as


prcKlucta

implied in our certifying

of

human

including linguistic?. Like

"unboucbed by band' es

ptire.

The same ma:y b*

mM

teii^ic^ nQi, the mulLiples while bcahn]j;


ortfioal

some

similarity to lh

Qf Sanskrit.

Rntinoe to dimtify from generation to generation.

A paper read al the RoyaJ Asiatic Sbcfeiy observed about San akrft
,

Jr

irrmit)

UwriJoiT. TtaiH appears diffeneni that Fs not from Tack of SuHltrit but frcMn its antiquity. ita generation gap. TTw

"U

was an astounding discovery, that Hindustan over which sa


left

mau^y conquerot? had passed in wrath, and

footprints as tbcy

wait, pas^egsed in spite of the changes of realm: and

cb&ng^
called

JJ^odW^bwfifore. be

r^i^

of time, a

language of unrivalled richness and variety,


an

a language

bs

j,

basic fact of every 6spi

r*" tnctyJmg
uMd.

lintfuistics.

t^

t)w parent of
clfiistcfltjtbe

those dialects

that

Europe has fondly

the Vedas and

their

i^^*^^!^

'he origin of nU

humsn

source alike of Greek

flexibLlity

and Roman strength.

teiowleda*- including

* ptiilosopby

compared wilb which,

in point of

danng

speculetion*

io's
JTi&re

boldest apeculuUons

purely intellectual

were lame and commonptace. a poeti? than any of those of which we bad before

4*

>y caneepUon: and systems baffled of science whose anLiquity Jl powers of Mtronomitel calculation. This literature with all it*
*loMaI pitiportions

which can scftreely be descHbed without the nblante of bombast and exaj^raU'on, clainied of count * pl*
it

[?^'^^Jr-lt stood alone and

was
is

able to stand *lDnc.

Ta

acqiiirt

^mflstflry of

"^oai

llfetifn*. aJmoat the labour of Kii^tth of imagination can scarcely cooiprtheod iU

this

langufiee

[\\

t4)

^hiioe

has fw pTil3ophy

louched

upon

.^
,

ArtrouM^
]^

t^f^-"^ ^^^l^'""^' I^''^^''''^

^"^^ ^'^
*"'"' ^'^ ^^

porta af the world. For instance. Tt in difffli^L bo traced still 190 reparted the frndinH of D.D. Shanni India of July 9, Times of ^ *" San slcrit department of Punjetj University thut Senakrit der In the '**" low -caste. Ac(?ord[ni! to him the China! jpoken even by Lh*
.

bf

J'Tl/d

Tt^'

^^^""^ **^""''
"'"^

^"
'^

^
w^tt

munity
iHnKUEiKC

1'^^ '^

fvT iJlWr. Hallb-d

"seerr^. ">

^^"^

^^^- ^^^^"^HO

'^^ FotLan valley of the HimaJoy^n re^on siKks "^817 close to Senslcrit" not only in vocabiilary tmt
stiMcture- Similarly tbe oommuniLy of

1^
(1

in

gTBinf^iatic^l

Ubart

All
iriil

Wattni acholB^ 1^ ^'5' oWe^

*'PP'^

'*^^^'"

^ '"^ "^ ^^^ Pn)bleni


whtdi

e.BlRCksmitbs) in

Shaman

village also speak & language akin lq

Sftngkrit

though less pure than that of the Chinala.

find themselv'^

tbi

rancurnrg wilh Mr. Hallhead ihal Sanskrit lun^jje and thai H was spoken ali over ihy world.
add that Sanskrit
b>'

Mfl.^mucMcr'1 Cortlusioii

1^ lib *c

shfluJd inte to

was a languagi^

ns
li

testowed, 9f fmbodyirg the Veda^.


dPi-fiioped

divinity on humanity.
langiiggej

That Maxmuel!r, the German scholar in British service, at the primordiality of Sanskiit is apparent from }e6Sl vagi^ely realized
lus observation that
'

rai oot

by a

human naency. Other wprld

'Sanskrit

no doubt baa an immense advantage


is

a* dulifd,
SdDikrit

twisted bits of Sanskrit.


All

over

all

the other ancient lenguages of the East. It

so attractive
at Limes

SpohHi

1i>

ind has been so widely admired, that it almost


to eiwite a certain

seems

amount of

femijijj^e jealousy.

We

are oursfihrea

Sme Wtslan vchotars md their csmp

fotSo wcr?

have props^M
of;

Indo- Europeans, in a certain sense


S&askril, or

we

areglDl spea^tJng and thinking


is

m siaiMUi
the
(Site.

fis^mpiion that Sanskrit was only Ihe language

more correctly Sanskrit mother who

like

de-ai*

aunt to ua and

TWs is

en assumption baaed on fadty knowled^je of higicry.


that In
is

lakes the place of a

la

no

more/'
in the
all

We knmr
to

fnjm ejqpgriwuw
sajTif

any ^iven society, aay

Eti(f]i>ll

'fmch, the

lajigu^e
style

spoken hy everybody fi-om piince

The meanden'ng logic of Maxmueller


typlfiea the

above quotation

twper thouBb thdr

and siandard of expression


realised that

may

confusion thai exists in the minds of

Western scholars
is

differ.

On ihrHmeaabgy it should be

fmm

Lime fmmeinorial
ihereaRer IM
holy rnan
puticeman

end their undersLudies. Maxmueller's first mistake


Sanskrit only as
of the

that be reckona

^PWhe

HtftihhiLrBt

WHT and

for

some

cent^iries

virybody fram prince to pauper, master to servant,

one of the ancient languages and thai too only Eest, whUe actually ^nskrit is the firat and only language

Tr-SS'

^_;^^.

1^

'' l child,, jad^e or crfminal.

that global
*fly9

humanity used for millions of years. Later Maxmueller

ev^body

^' '^*^^*' ^""^ ^ ^^^^'^'^^ ^^ ^^^^"


*p,l,e Sanakril

that Indo

Europeans

still

*'

speck and think SanskriL"-

He
It

because there was no oth

doean'l reiJlze the inconsistency in firat stating that Sanskrit

l^guajje only of the East, and then adding that even European* ^ink in it and would be right to conclude spe^k
in
it.

Therefore,

it

flannHaU of thow "ncieiit

that

though

MaJtmueller

had vaguely

realized

because of hi*
ail

Sanskrit-gpeaking communities mai^

'chotarship, that Sanskrit

formed the foundation of

laftguinjea

^^
"**

as

a ChiiHtlnn.

as a European

end aa a hiHbio\v

ofnciel of
its glory.

">iBhty British

Empire* then at the very Kfllth of

<2)

P^tflS. Vol, r. Cliip*

rrom

a.

CtrmoB

Woi-kjshap.

M
I4>

u^uArr * unwfttlngty trj^ng


"rZ^loit w-inH
psekrt

hard lo key

down th& tmporta,^

^is fli

ho]Hy vfctions.
the

-qIpOM ha* and !^ art ptif* SenaVril:

These wotxIs which were not understood by U are uaed st thia day by iha Bmhmirn

rwords
the

Sftr>akiit is

mo^l b^utifyl perhapjs

Qf^

te,^,

liiniPJftt?*

iJr^^y

P^^^^

*^ " ^^^'^ '^ff^ degree, -i

relE^oua ritea. They are Lhui wrjtlm in thft conclusion of fia the Hindu call the language of the bct^ of the Gods, (BigUtf*

^Tbe

'Cteuacha.

OM. Pschsa",

Cttuschs rfgnifles the object of our

iin|ulvMa3ly fisserU tvdini irtdTUon


JftwuiUT* onnpriiing iHe

^edM,
is

thai ancfeni Sar^feji IJpanJshads, the Puranas and


the

apieni wtehcs.
beginniriS ^t the

CM

i$

the famous mnnosyllable ueed botb


'^^

^ica

IT

of divinp orign and

aarsha' i.e. transcribed by

Insph^
realjiwi

H9. TheCfnnan philosopher


ihti

Au^sius Schl^el uncannily


remark

religioua rite, Uke P^^"^ ^"^ answers to the obsolete Utin word %ii: it signifies ii-Mi. Pachsa coufse. stead, place turn of work, duty, fortune. It fa
h

"^ ^^^ ^''

^^

is

apjarenl

frffm

his

"U

change,

cannot be detiiHl

that

QHd
l^tris

particularly after
I

making

libations in

honour of the Ggda and

the rty Indians possessed a knowledge of

God.

Al] ihetr

wrilinp
oiiBrter

iR

T^Rtfd

ffilh

seniiments and expressions


in

noble, clear, severely


jjj

fiukd,

have no doubt that these mysteries came from the same end by the same people who brought the Sanskrit lanBuage

de^ty cfincaved
trT

any biunan Sanguoge in whicb itim

n^iy

The Hindu

polity

was

certainly established long before


E3us>3ii mysteries.

}Mn

spokai

(bar God/'*
the Greeks
'

had any histoncal accounts of their

At toolher plats Schlp(^ remarks

"Evai the loftiegt philosopb)'

Wben

the Greeks

^an

to write histories they

knew

not wbence

oT tiv Eifropeans, tbe idealism of reason as is set forth by Creek

ihey (ame.*''

pMoK^lMff? 4pprt

(n

comparison wilh the abundant tight Bad

'rtpwr oT Oriental idulisTn like a feeble

Promethean spark

Fnim what

is

noted above

it is

quite dear that the Vedl^ prsctiw

In Iht

lood of hw^enly gkry of the noon -day aun,


a] even resdy (o be exufigujshed."*

orbegtnning ajrd ending Vedic chants with


luiBusge of those chants constituted

faltering uid

f^

OM. and Sanskrit, the the common heritse of all

mankind.
AiwOier Genman authof. Schopenhflui- opines '*ln the who!* iTOid \htn h no nudy so beneftna] and so Novating as thai of
indla the

Origin
all

t^^PimthiHli.

it

his been the solace of

my

life

and wUI be U

bavlng originated from India and one Hindtilsm Higj^ns observes '"Hve peninsuJs of India would be of Ihe first peopled countries, and iU Inhabitants would have all
About

humstn

civilization

tht habits of the prosenitors of

man

before the flood

in

ss

mnch

^^
"^^^

^^7^TT mw,
in

'.

*"

"^'-^

^''^

"^^

^^^^'""*

Pritkm or

tiXQrv

than any other nation

tn abort, whiiever

fnm Smkrii'

^f

"^ Creek.

LatJn ejthiblts maiyf

l^ng man

possessed before his dispersion...

may

be expectftl

"=

^^

Ctwk....,...,Utm was derived

be found here,
.
.

innumeraWe and of this Hindustan offoi^s priSit" noLwithstandi ng all .... the fruitless efforts of our

^odlsguito it.""

144

Itt
Ariother author admlta *'If Ibtr* Es otw Ihint on whkti id fully agreed it Is. thai tbp proWem qf iht orlpn erf llnguEsta ere
priej^t,^

"*, of ^srfd '^'';;^ K, Wd, th* ri


thit
*]]

'^^ ^'

^^

Cninstian

-0-caikd Chri^tion

p,acti^

,^^^

3iUl unaolved. '" On page 516 of the aame volume tiuman speech is problem of the origtii of language doet n>^ H la stated that "the

solution/' ^jnjt of any Batisfactory

Tl*

Eiyclops**iia

BnUnnic* (P,70.Vol.M

19fll

editfoii)

at |^

VVhen some of the beat acholart of linguisUcs thua opaUy confm ^wing baffled at the origin of languages why Tif>t pay a tittle
.

InqdlaUan

wncdw
ihai

fibr?tn(t

and divine orsEin of B^^]^ "Some scholars (aniong Lhem quite recen%
the primoFdiatity

jnoTt

serious

and sympathetic

attentiori

to ihe consistent and

categorical

Vedic tradition that human

civfliiation

began with i

w.SclimtdL)

we ^tiumptsu eij^mingh in nstui^

the insufficiency of usual theories,

&nd

head-start given
of

by diwiiiy

itselTby creating ibe first Few geflftratiora

giving ^^
^^Zrgfoui

if^y

MI heck on
given to

human beings equipped with


their arts

tbe

Sanskrit

language

and

the

^jjmprehensive Vedic Imowledge about running humiui


all

affairs with

Wtf

tAif tAp /!i3(

kmguage was

di^eciJly

fursi

man

Ij

and sciences.

God throvfh ftiimck*'


All

Alphabets DeriT'e from a Slnele Source

lapcal,
*ftlipD5'
Ii

metaphysical

tiunking

musl not b* dismissed u


is

Kegarding the alphabet

in particular

L.W.King. S.H.Langdon,

needs to b& ifC0Kniz/ that melaph^'sics \& not only


physica but
in

F.L.Griffith. W,F-Petrie. L.A.

WaddelU E.Buttows. CLWooUey.

It aiiich a

science $a

fact

wider acIeDw

G.A, Barton,

Sr

WBinpfisiingptfty branch or

human

learning under the sun. UnliVe


or

oUw
bi

Evans have

alt

E.A. Wallia Budge. E- Burrows. HunLcr. A.J. problem tri&d unsuccessfully to wrraik with the

sciHicei, metaphyiics

cannot afford to take a one-sided

of the original alphabet or alphabets.

An

Italian

author David Dringar

lop -add

iww

of the uiuverse or a ceit^n portfon,

Metapbyaics

to ooTTelaie

vhem

all

and preset & composiUj and consistent endtavourins to think about linpiatla.
forced to

English translau'on haa tenutively concluded (on page 195 of the of a nuiahell finding of his book titled: The Alphabet! as a sort
that

POhireof coKiiicHfe.
tttmrfore.
if

When

'In dealing with th^ history

of the

alphabH

include

all

the

*n

lop-ctaas thinker^ are

admit that

ai (be

alphabets, because
alphabet.''

of

them probably

derived from one original

of the world iher?

muat have iwcn a untvtrsel God-given

r^J!!L

^y

."""^

considemi

a sdentific condusfon ani


tf

rehpou,, pbiiosophicfll or spiritual,


'^ at the

In the

fomvord fP XI)
with a

to that

iBOk Sr EUi Minns observa


the ftstonfahmg
rirt

confining auc^

B^rtlr"'

mn waa
''

"Our auLhor provea


thai almost certainly

new completeness
the obsc^ir^

a miracle

what
^^^

i.

wTt>n|?

^ny every Biphabevc wiid^g of

^^wT
^ ti*d 3^,u
pps^
,

"^ "^""^

^''^ ^^--'^

"

^^^'

'

derives from one source,

md
is

saipt^w^

^f>^
Z? Ji

^"^ f^vT^^,^^''"'^^*^" -Afi^ ,,eh


*^t
the
.,0

is

a fascinaUng T^ult.

so rare in

life

tM

so sweeping

futfle

dl^"i^ftiRvcdA IkUjJi^ 10 all

dau with wHch tb^


to the ctW of

"t or no evid^ce about the origin of burnui

Kum^nUr

bove cond^aron.

.W

t^ on^n

of

tlJJ P.ia.

Tho Story

or LflnguJip*.

Undon.

[4ri

Ul

Mom.

PTimp

^^

^^ ^ ^^
"

TesiainenL, %ve rftay safely

no*

^^

Tk
if

ffTrtwflf to

^^'^ commufuly

In Ihe

above quwauon

af

the courw not nahl because


I

wrm

Ai^ra signifies Vedic cuJUi,,


little ....,

,(1 .nd ao( nd flcH

r*

MT)inunily. or flMDinuniiy.

PUt lor L.mt But for that

Haw ,taw

irw ihe

niai>j n,ai>,

jHrnim in ihe abov* extraci is absolutely or Uw whcte vorijf.


beg1nnin|orG<d
alphabet alphabet.
Saoilu-ii the

ibflt

the Rigveda Is the oldest boolt


right.

VEDIC SCIENCE

And Rlgv^da maiks tb? K^vw knowledge. Sanskrit speech and the Sanskrit
Evereince India wss overrun first by Muslim invaden ard tatcf Cltrisiian powers ensULved Hindus have been so tborqughly

GommDn Language

of

a]

by

brffln>va5hed as to

deni^te

themselves end assen tha^ tbeir Vedic

Another scbcJpr. K.H. Wilson haa observed


Utc Swipikrit iBiiguBgp prove the

"the

affinliies of

anceslors

oommor

origin of the

now

widely

systwn

in

knew nothing, faf Instance, about Qie blood -circulation the human body or that the earth was round and revolving
European Christians
a

KStLered nsijcns amongsi


rrndcr
tl

whose

dialects they are traceable, and

etc. until

told

them about

it.

unquesticRisble that they


spfli in

must dl have spi^ad


^'

abroad

from sQine cenird by

that part of the globe first inhaWted

These are only


in

few typcaJ Instances of the dangers

itiherent

tnpnkiiid emirdij^g to the

insured record/'

bring tutored

in hj stories

written by one's own enemies.

niB a
tfi

number
tbtil

erf

Western scholara of several nations tend

Demoralizing

tude

the Vedaa, Ssnskrit

largue^ and th Sanskrit


all

venomous

prop^anda

victim by continually dinning into his ears that he and his ancestors have ben
is

alpfaibft

frnn the vei^ core and root of

human

good'for-noihing fellowa
civilization.

assault used

by aggressora

in

a Ume-wtjm method of psychoDogiaJ the sworf addition to alaughier

4t

Such denigi^^w and conversion by threats, torment or temptation. Hindudom hw bew i often forces the victim to commit suicide.
for the lut victim of such motivated pstychological assault Pythagoras. Camfo, years (712 to 1917 A.D). 'Hie claim that

l^i

Coperrucus and Newlon for the


scientific

truths which

typical not.

propn^ '^^ however, realised by the originators of that

sample of that dangerous.

f^ hiimanity u < were otherwise unknown Uj " demomlinniE ppiiuiJ^ ^


first

time di^overed certain

'liJ P2UJ.

nteTtfcW-

~
.

thdr assertions i^veal ibelr


oiy.

own

Oinsiitui ignorance about pre

They must

Vedafi coasUlut* a also realiie that since tht

dMiH

11(5

Bndpnt

Vedic

tecTmoloffJcal

camfwtiiiiujn
;

knnwn

leiivsMpe thus gilpBSomhEla desdiben lhe

p^^

^T|"

valuable m-lth J Cia some

IT?

'PBff JTIWI

tofoi-niauon
qj^ffl^

^-f^sW?

II

:7^ f^

-W^imwi

gjmJjJiUfcll 41^^Jl(J*rJHH

IL

.Jll hJ^ a

which states Ihat ihe lh Is j(j,^'c (urtpi (li3a/8) 5un and Lhe other balf niuffilit) txy ^
is

"Ftrtt rnanu^ctut* g^ass IhrXKugh rooisted ^rth. fa ttiMB and bi lhe middle of a hcJ)ow tube. fflssSM at either end
is

Ws

in observing diaunt celesUal bodies. ag useful os iho turi -yantra

He

Sfliiir

mwJwiisni mftkes
the

thfi

onrLh

iwolve

i/i

the skies.

andeni In VuUhcshilt t5'l-!6) Kanaad on


that a plK(r of iron Ifflps at a

VediesdmUal
of an unseen

wrilea
farcie.

magnei because

Pivwii too
In

w Uul b

same syAi^m.

Silpa

SemhiU

lihraiy et Sanirkril manuscript in the Join

0
:

millkknjTir

nndmt RnmnyBn

(l^alkflnd,

Sarge

(50)

il

Mlinpif
be mode.
Itie

in Gujfliflt de^crih&s
It also

tllUI4d

describes

how a Dhruv-Mftlij^fl how a LhermomHcr mjiy

-YwiU's to

may

nude with

water. help of meroiry* thread, on and

w^ ij^
'

^3

TOPPprrR^.

Ij

Another
spiirkliTKg

inandsoiipt

known

Siddhunta

shiromaol

nJso

In ihf hrtivGin

toxoid the Zodiuc are innuinerable

il^cribfls fin

Bnci^t theiitiometer*

\m
io

how * Lin.ect:k sha^ Ancient a.i.ronpmica) ti^ifse* describe m.Mur^ with sa/id helped to a man, peacock or monkey filled

time,

undwiL
In

Sanfekiit Lvj&t In iba uunojjt dtiuiS.

fw

cTTidmi

ifimUtu would do wtll la look for soluUonff

A b^ometer
to

wm

tin. wW^^ ^^P^ also In u.^ In anel^t

for thilr |in>bWmi

iHe fendinl i*aNkrit t*]rtu.

monsoon. pnrficL the approach of storms or

J' *!!?

.^"^"^ ^"^' ^*^

^ ^^^^^

"mentions lhe incllnalft?"

Au Immobile

^''"^^'""t.^i'^X used U> travel wooden horae ow^ed by king Bhol which

An

ancient Sanskrit

t.^ known

a.

"tvk'h used i fMi

1(1

roWr

wilhaul maniid

hH^

^WiUBcrlpts.

One of the volume,

HjepbortPB aad another

deelt with ihs mecJuariftm. af frith Lhe procs of mummUVlna buJIti.


I,

^-i

thipp] If^f

P*^**-

"^^ 3C-ipture

Bha^Bi (\t^t^

367 refora to th* techniquv kiny coutd acquaint hinaaeir of a happening 20,000 Ijy which ft miles j^gy uffthtn a day
ttianTu

ShukraNe&lL chapter

Waief from

Moan
known
as Chandrakoni-MHiil

(natural or synlhelsc] diamond


medicinfll

vva used to pi*oduce

wat*r wiib the

hp^

of momti^hi,

to vlinlniater lo th? sick.

Ap^nt
fM.

V^

twhnolflttiMi

unw^

sourws were of

eighl Idndi
gusriit'i slonze

(U MKtow run 03 MvhtMt nninin

riertiidtj

wpfs knovai as Shaktyodgatni,

A5tZJ rfer^ ta

this

proce^ bs under

-.-

wilh

Hicq^

pittduccd
fl3

Hcfa

vKfT OT

fill

99tt known

from nutural elcmenlj Bhoot'Vaba {3} Mschinn


as

*Ji*Kiki<4H. wiR

Smw %TT

i^

fi

rifciefe

iiwa 10 run oi rtwjn were

known

Dhoom-Yan

(4) Some
TIlHr

mediaeval Muslim chronick Ain-e-Akbari also refers (on

inni w>Bch fem

lo dE<nV LhiV iMwei* fiXim

'g^m?' wwe

n Swrjikant or Oifindrakimt
opfniid with iir power.
in fus

(a) Thtre

wer^ machmps which


mHchinej
uiJ

p^

40) to a shining white Moonstone wtikh when exposed to

moonlight drips water*

(6) PanchShikibi

an al
(B)

(prtrel. jl!l etc.)

f?) Mflchines run with nnHtf

Ancient Sanskrit Lexta mention ctouds


yojenas from the earth in the skies-

flm! lightning

tetng }2

kbduis

run wlih rriBpHEc power*

Veil
ftiibi KatU

b
of

Di imjxjftini ancieni

Sansknl l^xt dealing wiih

SuD-Spoli

w^Htficttii

a/munenis such

lines and field pins.

Mention

ia

also found df

Sun spota
;-

In

the

Ramflyuu when

Runa ed(b<^se? Lak^hmon thus


^**"fi"

FUv^

having

maJe

life

like Sita

wWch
(Yuddhakwd 33^9)
f^re

Worship

ThB

fire sacrifice illas fire-worship v^hJch

accompanied *vwy

^odlc ritual and

Mramony

knovm

to hav* had st lsl


T'l-'l^ftf '^*

thn

PHysical Cenvtronmentol) eTfecta

nameSy

"^' ^^^"*

voUiile

uemi]

and rain. anjj hlplnt cloud fonnntion

163

ft

Tlw miwrJbuj

'JiBl-

iuue ot

ilmif

dMtraya euerylhina.

I* kpt

11

n"^^

Metiriried.

[f by ^fi^^ V^t riWi media did Tpan tb.

ANCIENT NUCLEAR ESTABUSHMEMS

One's

oiresiK^it

Has * CDmparntivcly very short

T5.Tig.

Ai l>

distance increoses,
limil
rfljng&

objwi*

am
all.

la fade out. arnl

notNftK

is

visfble at
siulriL

And yci

for tar

be^wJ nti^n nway Iwymd Ihe

of oiw's

thinKs

fijdsi
tff

and ^wnLj do hufpen.

y^

one

doesn't take any cogntemcf

Uiem.
,

The same ru^o operates in hialory Potttgs of ttfMter KcnmUmu unloiown ic wvy lUnwdinft fade out. or public memoi^y and become
l^eraiion-

Bui

in

such case? the remedy

Us nd in

bulnn

tifw's thlnldEV

in flAiuntCfiUnf on wftet one sees only with one" 3 pJiysK^I ye but help of more powcrfu! one 3 capacity to look beyond wjLh

a^

such 39 a mkroseope or letlesrope.

lilttiiwise

bistot^. Uf reoffl

w reconstnict

iht

mnti

of t3*

unknown

(jcftoi-ationsonehfls to stretch one's

one's ability
able to

im^^n*ioft mi d<M**P edslfftw ind bt Us lake an overall view of human


flneJ<:^es.

draw tnrerenccs from

Ui

humanity U3 a^M ourselves the quesUon (hat since


far Mllkma of years.
fcechnoloipcdl
la '^

hw liwl

tui Ihia jrflobfl

|sihle that the l^^'^^"

-'^-.dlluir
"IfTrfa^ baiter* ^r*

nnd

ftdvjinmf>nt that

hive

*'"**

*hcw

In

ih

\uh M"'-^

fluHns Lht tasl


Itsirs

A i*:fwd trf ^^ ytra never occurred mriicr? mere fleeUng t^ai* in ih* illiniitflble slr^tch of time is "ko a

IfiK

IM

^j^j

of

industrial,

seienirflc

,^^
(|ep

'

turmoilai

add

ui>snt9
jj^^g^

which drsw

Em

the upper layw

p(jf(Viil?io<^

^^^^^ ^^

jj^g^ ^

If g^,,^,

^^^

cflnvulgiofla

**"**

"*^(
'^

wondP

trtvet -craft,

myslery

missiles ana

^^^

rpfff***

^. ^^gj like thflRsmayan.

the

Mahabham

conaUntSy taking place Inside the enrth all *^^ of ancient ages would naturally be drawn ^*r" cal remmna jrchae^loSJ^^^^ IndistSnguiabable.lf potaberds ^^j ^^ BjiB P" [p which ?urflve for any iteKlh of time thai l

t^^

^^

^omo

b^6U

thoy

a.

e mot e recent.

^1-^* ihsl
Firstly.

Bithaeotcjffcal finds

tiflve

nol j.>sUned any

jrd

couJd H be

*aid that
^'>

w. bav^

d.^: th.

^.|^

"l^

mflitate ag^nat a strict archaeological 1^^ factors which ca!?M anaVoBJcal hislorical logic and andeni Therefof* in such mystical of me^c^ they nusbi occur u> us)

(however

"Crf

u nb

^y^^

1^^

^1^'^ ^'^'^

'^

^ ^^

Enustbenr<^*"=^^^^
us in short-sighted historiisJ (radiilon (mentioned hiy In that have tended ^^ ^^'^ ^'^"^^'^^ European wrilti*s
scientists as pioneei-s in

.rthBlogicil remsins thirt iiT na more

be dJsa vei-ed ?
ihe
ifl

S^auJQy,
jBrti

arndeiL

lump9 of mels: forming it possible that t^ist^id found in dl^^u? nwchanjcil devices were actually
it

opsins P^^ boost European

human

history

Snce

iaconseqjentiBl but *ffT tfvwlwlwd as beiTis

lumps ?

iwr

bv

in the modem vfofid is dominalfld enUre educational set-up scientists having <jlainn about European Western concepts that

bsv. ITimny. Kane indent nwchanical devices


found

facL,

bn

their been the Tirst of

kind has generally rein&ined ujicMJeniH^

Wt hm*

nisi

been ^vmi due importance


bfiUery

fiiitl

publititi^. For

irtstwiH 1

3M0 ywr ancipni

dug up

frtinn

the Baghdad

r^on

ArtCli Vtdk: Scicntiiits

End capiblt of furvcMoning even

now has been on dssplay

in severs!

Thai Claim
avilhematician

must not however be


disco^^ered

EQiopHn cmnuieiFou[iKl>'

diffeiWlW
Isl

accepted, Bhaskara. the ancient calculus long before th*

icantlfic

advincemcnl

ur

th

Ramayan

E.rc^9. AryabhaU
iiid

of the

century B.C.

(if

nci earUer)

ffltindatl the rules

UHubtiBT^ periods

ta andwii a [ihenomenon that

lemnanls

of

ihBf iMchKicil devices couldn't be eiKpected lo sui'vive for our


ftudy.

ariUimelica]

progressing summation of

and cube rtots. for the extraction of square Pye. series and the value Of

second d*?r ih^t the The famous indet^minale equation of ihe


undent Vedic Tnathematicien

Brohmagupta was

familiar

wlh

|S

?H^h
of ti PDCka

Ih* extreme heat


fend ihe

under the esrlh's surfsee, ftfessure


itt

^nsly

freeing t^rrperature

icy

r^'ons may have

mid*

Uie lurvtvft] qf ancHfri

mechanksJ devices unto our own timea *^

In astronomy vedic claimed to be the discovery of Euler. universe and the age scientists talked of the dimensions of galectlc Finslein sage y of the solar system. Thousands of years before
^aJ spoken of 'digdeSBkfllabhedi'
i

latponltdt.

^UyjPoS^^KHtt h*ve come arnibt tbe cunoue pheriom^non

between

nf the difTerenc e- Bnnihilation then&rore,

Urm*

and

space.

European
on* tends

claims

a.

wh^r

lrl-alghted. In history too

and to regard events

rwrsow
flsi*.

"^

^C

=tb one

'""w
comtfl ecrass

nrst,

rr^cKa.

In

of * remoter point of time as bigger ihan those

rialiiy

h1 rr:zrc:^iT wi Do thi twweH

"^^ ^^
of the

'^s rtb undergo iwH**'^

'-^ ^^^

may, however, be the reverseI

when l^refore, even as a hypothesis let us assume that

it'T

^A

h,iHoiis

of J^ars ago,

it

equipped i^^

^^Mt ^**"

^jjp pBad
j

-^

^^

TX^^ A*^^'^
"Manv

by tbe undents, will not aurpHse anyont who learned work of Monsieur Dutwis, Sur lo [>cEDEncru "**" Modrnes."'

frt-m IN-

'

^hp^n ^^ ^^^^^ ^^^

srtfindarda of phy,kji

jcjierai

Y^
to

"^^^^^
li

persons hnve thought that the Druida and iht andJnli According to S^rabo, a laris* the use of tclescopea. on the aummtl of the Temple of ibe Sun aL ^ full splendour kX its meridian refleci into the temple the

g^g^

^^^^"^wWlst anulber of

K1fiHf
TTa,

?*>'

Ead

But I>c^ol>S

^
L

stll!

leTTier

dinnensicna

was

pliWKd on the

'

in suijb a gl Alexandria

manner a$ to refletl

ships approaching

(ill

human

knowledge (ind txi^rtise has

devolved ^rm
sta^^)

!l!!'nt

Sanskrit lexU. Whichewr ih* branch rf borie il by flii^eni medicine, every masUr speaks oF lU krn*|pdgp frflm music lo tlal no metter bow far back we diwie oriBiti. Another du is sf a remoifif master. Nons cyoq Twcli in tune every outhor sptflks
i,

tht dlvfr*

from Ih^ cave-man summit (and nol e^oUed

i^., .avs

and imperceptible to th& eye- Diodorui a Breal disUnce, CalSac. the t>ruida brougM that in an ialand west uf the

TZZ^ M-n
m^

con^ist^ of appearing near the earth, IftZ

t^ Milky rear them... The sclent, knew th.t .ne of the 1V^.. .mall stars... the expression in
is

^rious.-Sir

W,ll^

to be

poneer or gelf-UughL expert.

Z"^
,l,e

P.-sia, nu^ed by the iconoclast, of

b^

c.u.e^ t^^

u^
use.

U ii bfibJtiiB) these days io look upon


qf Creeks. Godfrey HiKsftns observEj

Ibe Greelcs as the pionKfi

I, .r,
lis

Of solar

ene^y

in

andent times

wh^

in

our own tJm^^

beginning to

make some

prelunlnni,

expe^enU

in

of dvIKnllwi. Sdwitint: advancemenl BJdsUd

much
.

before

we ra

"in science ibe Creeks ^hi


if

Gun

Pciwdter

pismie?

Whai would ihey have known of science

thdr

ITaiJrt

imd lyiiftpmiRes had not


linn vpon earth .

troueiaed Into Ihe East! In gcicnce


,

^
Hd

nde,...
po,d- or
artificial

art of 8.u=intl w^tl..... O-e

.* P
'

lh..dr

.<! Uifhlning.

The

""^

pad leaminfT ibey w*re in^li^^^ lo tbt Orientals and were the

gre^^

et..mpt. -nod. t, ,ieMni.B which, io three

They wilfuUy mfs -sUt^fd everythl n g or Ihey foolls'JJ

confounded everything. "^

" . they kinJlod ! the r of the ln.de Xer and '"""'.tack with IO.S ,nd icmr both
Drvldical

W^^^W
is

\"^;
"ft"
'

'^"^

^^^J" ^""J.J;

TlicCeaipui
grove n.r MaeillM
'

that the grt>v

iflipfinj

adds

'

the msnnar s compass was


"

known lo the enderttt

And

was

npfw Iwt

>d alran^^ly
Iti

mov^, -d
it

Iho. dr^adfrf

enlir^Sy

and always continued Vq be knfl'^

Eestem nations whence it was brougW l^ Euitqw fnim Cbinft by Mtroo Polt> and ob*i^ from th Indian seaSn th* Hin* ti by Vttdo de Gom. Thm this knowledjje ah*l^
ihe

U) tht

Chlnwe

md

cuverti,,

id that

is

.omelimM

in

"-^JT^ ^^ '"^

(91 P. Iia. ibid

ID

l-.ll!

Th. (Mic UnM., t, Brfirey

Mlsilni.,

1^

"^^ ^
r^r-1W

of the

rW^i of

Bel,

phdnom^p

of ,

,^m^
Geoinciry

"JT" i^.X*m.tfor,ed. vfnmr niruTir

.Mr, Kf.rice stat..

that th. TUn^^^

powder e^on

fmm

tb*>

most remcut,

_.g

\Fedic

;:^'

-^^^^^ "^'"^^""' '' "'^-'^^^

-otnetrical

Shutba Sootras could contain the keya to ihehlRheit Unfortunately thej bj^ beinn currwUy cfllculations
.

primitive significance namely Ihiil ihey r.qntjiin "^^Liied only a methods Of sketching a pit and altar for a dimensions and

Z^n.,^^^
mncaitrtiion

wnlain Ih^ keys t^ iho most compUc^ VtflS tWmselvi* Those c^in b. deciph^ "^ .aley]Llot.a. .rJ^Rttoi] 5^1*".^ .^u.Vc^ m^i^,,, n,eth.m.tici^s with lb.

Hficifll

fire

If

some

ijeometrical (geniua medi tales on tht Shulba

Crtotras

he

may be

able lo deduce the hiKhesi geometrical tmths

The

lale

Shankaracbflrya cf

Pun

hsJi demongirated

are also knovn to have practised alchemy them. The ancierits ^fiP^*^'' ^^ p&wchng airci^. and used mei'cury

fmm

En

Virdfc hi* ireolise colled

Muth.matici
fl

conlain the kt^s lo Thai the Vedsa should

mgthcmntisii

It

that terms ITke alofn en^ mclecule has been exptained elsewhere

life,

plausible because the Vedas are lechnoloaN oonTlcuoUons eppatrs which we Uve. Since th& V], compendium, of the cosmos tn (Jong wtLh the inautjuration of human wer* deliit-ET^ by divinity maihemnUi^ was known lo the ancients. This is apparal

re SonskJ'lt,

They indicsle that nuclear physics was known


There are
sevei-al
,

in the

nncient erasthe
Is

other similar indications Consider

high

Tonlra wards Manti^-Tonlra-yantra. Mantra is the ramida. everslnce that highly lechnolt^ ania antra h mechanism. Bui

fnm

lO'^ i.e. ihe figure called 'Lok' of

nmeieen

zei-os'

on

developed

science and

teclinoloey

waa

lost

ItiMe

three wordr

wfaici has been

pan
la

of humaji

knowledge from the

beginning

Mantra Tsnlra-yBnti-a
meaning. This
fihell

have

acquired

only

mystEc, -ot*ric
is lost

of the Lsrivare, and

not en invention of a few thousand yean


astronotmicjil

is

but naiui^l. for when the kernel

the

empty

^0 u
figore

is

genemlly assumed^ and secondly such an

appears U) be meaningless.

Or

at best

il

will

be put to some
Is

cqnnoia the hJKbc5t maihemalicol competence and Uie mosi

trivial

inslasce, use, as a me^-e receptacle for

^3

what bus

ODtni^kaied technobgica] requii'enients,

technique having happened u> ancient Hindu. Vedic tccbnolosy. The

been lost the

sumving
ritualistic,

tei-mtnologi-

bri

allntuted only a

Vcdk SlMLULkl
In

mythob^cal.

esoleaic,

VedJc reciuLkmi the

number of

vfjrses is 10,580,

^Usbfe

siunincance.

Thus for

instajice,

Vedic

mysHc. ii:H\aMS at spintual compendium tradition retains a

l^Sa.K^ and lelten 4.32.000. Ski h a meticulQUS counl kept ffom


the leginnin^ of lime

Of ancient lantric
ajii cii-cles all

designs

made up
woven
ptl*i7is.

af squares, rectangles.

^^

al^

Indicaies that the zero is

not a

laiter-da)/

mlricately

inio

one another

to

fonn diffBtnl
well

mnn-insde Uivenlion.

complicate!,
eircuit
dufirtiPt

symmH.ical

Thcy could ve>y

be^noeni

K may Asn
of

be noled Lhat as per Vedic tradition, ihe


it

FHsy

Jlffcycl*

m rXBd multiple of
li

^,320 milUon

(human) years^ Th&i H^"


Ihere

tr our own t^me channels for different technological devices, an we hevc such eneivy cii-cuits and channels in oui" radio
ae^s,

tl* the numlifr of letters which constitaie

atomic reiatoi's and other.mechanEsms-

Vd.

ii*n

ffvfti

oanddefiM or

Is

some

subtle

relflti*
<^r

diiynims devoid these cJ.'cuits will appear to be meaningless some rfSSOfr oU practical use if thaV technoloKj' is lost for
All
if

(41 hi.

1U

n^ibid.

FOf Instance,

our pelml aoui^es suddenly

ilry tip

our auLomoDi

.J rirmfX thr,.ly

w,ll

^1

came lO dend

t,lL

-Ri.

^mj^
.

Ingeiing in pubUc uKl wergy potenUal

t useless

YA

their shapes arwl

enfr^ch^uTls and on^.U,^^ at^^

y^ors a tntttlo" sites tftsted. H. N. jjfljpgfl


flo.

they would do well lo have the 12 l^coiny Shukk of Puna haa done it,
of the Sanskrit term Jyotfrling,
it

memoiy

will a,-(juae

sensa

anelyais 0ri a closer

would

p^

bafiflcss

fact people. boBSt la cUier matter- of-

sensed about the lerminologica] A simBte ihmir may be


survive BTVediir ihnc!oisy thai
Tlie Thrive Anirtenl Nuclear

litwaHi^ nothing but an atomie reactor. found to connote In Ijg word 'Jyoti' connotes the aWmmisrinE light of cosmic SsnskT^t the stars. ThU suffix iing" implies productivity a^aa ,pj5sea au^b B
r^f^,
g

tot%.

pfBductive

ener^-ifenerator-

ThereforCi

the

term dyolirlinu

connotes a

mechanism uenemting cosmic energy.

HciWtori
"Lord SbJva

whom

the JoyUi'ling symboltzea

is

also

known

Tike

(fie

ingtanct of ihe Hindu's tradiliona] t-evercnce far iht

TVyambakesb
Is

I.e.

The J/ird with

thr&e eyeg. T^e Gi-eek ttrm Bacchus

12 tegcndaty cenircs of SJiiv worship

known

as Jy&tii]fn^s.

the truncated tast syllable of tbe

name Tryambakesh

of Lonl

nimt d"

tftfse

12

sre

Somnalb^

Mallikarjuji.

Mahanka]esv!'4r,

OmkEfsnt-ar. VafdyanaLh. NetgnaLh, Kedaj-eswar.

Tayambakeswir BimK^^r. Blnfemashankar, Vish\vaEi^h and Chrlshnc^war.

The third ^ye, usugJly closed and

invfsibte is

auppcged to he

hidden instde the middle of Shiva's forehead.

The Creek lesenda

Evwy

orthodox, devout Hindu

harboura a feeling of
Evei-y

ifreat,

which talk of giants called Cyclops ha^-inH a wheel -like ey? in the
middle of the forehead are based on the Hindu Shiv concept,
is

mptctfyl aw lowards LhoM Shiv sbn'nes.


OMBiiJera himseir hjcky
it

pious Hindu

ft

be can pj^y at each one of those ancient

also believed thai tbe interior of tbtr mid-foj'ebead sbdtei^ the


(

aN temples
White
II

si least

one* In a Iffcttme.

visit to all the

12

givfis

key molecule

what we

call
life

the 'soul') which controls. goveiTEa

FPKj dfvout Hindu a aense of sphitual fulfilmenl.


his been universally
51V objects af

and determines a per$on's

and physiquelet

assumed hithtilo that those


esolerie. spiritual

IZ
a

When
Jet

Shiv

j$

moved
is

to ivrath His third eye opens to

out

atv

enililfli

mere

homage,

Iheifl

of lustre which dazzles and destroys the univei^e. Thai

"^^^inemdloilons Ihai the Shiv emblem svmholi7.es atomic

dratLuctive lustre
Iord
lr>

what we

call

nuclenr enej'^*

_^K ,n,n,mo,iBJ pasL


wW^'J^t^
iU, Lh* of B
'

Thej-eare P""!* of idV,iy bolwferi Ih* i^o.

innumm^ble

firesistiblf

Shiv

is

the repository of that degiruclive


tifnity,

ener^

bciuse
is

the

Hindu Hrahma-Visbnu-AIahesh

Nraheah

Uini

Tl^^U^^ 'Shiv^ means hIissM,

SHiva-the d&stnoyer.

At tbe

same Lime the term Shiv

(n

Sanskrit imji^ies pearaful


lies

tncrfftT,

"^^

^^ " Shivlfnu

is

idefltltfl

Wi33 and well-b^ng obviously Indicating that tbe efm-Ri' that

A* riof

I*]{,^i*

^T"' "^^^
t

*^ iHeL at

Trombsy
It

in rndra.

Wdden inside
^trarily.

Urd

Shiv. can he used

foi-

|>eaceful

purpose

too.

tahrtb^
If

^au.mlc reactor unit ^ives

Lbe look

SMvas

destructive role Is apparent in symwiyms such

^
>nodni

'Mahakar
the one

irtqaning *lhe gi^st destroyer'

<

^% lb, i^ ^^^"X Hfll^ble rrethods and

^yij^u, j_^

'*
Instilments
of
fiilfls

who causes

calaclysinic

and Mobsprslayankarf destruction- Thu* the names

'^ tne,^ pj-odudion omLres

i^

Urd Shiv will be foimd on analysis to be indkativ* ^^ both the of ptoceful usi^ as well as the dc3lt*ud,lve pcrteotUI
atttlbules of

'

\m mwnlnB

b ^Tsualiied that kwpers of nny atomic rttt^ ft wor Id ff Ihey fet] iL to scoi-ch the CDoW turtof I lk open Hi^ invisible n r.giy Lord Si^^'i can thj^ ^p
c*i
wril

-j^

current

of

mentm^

Bip,ifying

^rj

lTrt(Uitfition

when

applied to Kience and

twhnol^^ ^eoil

^
fwintili

^^

te

dlrty

t^

cosmos.

had tg learn an the manlTM IveO Hindu scientist 1.^, formutit of speciEdization by bean, tils branch that he hed then, of ill be he a doctor m^ter or the tip of his longy e nuclew

Bt

acimtiit.

T[moSwn

Ei^fliTh w^ord
Ii[<ni3
'

'

power * used for

elect deal

or
'

nucW
Sh'bi

flur' a, in fKt> 1

iranslalion of the Sanskift

word shaky

protracted 1236 -year period of alien invMtona arid ancient Hindu ocademic Hnd scteniific rule when the seL-tip via end burnt, whsl survives it now as Shiv worship could broken

During

a.

n* Sinthrit dHiviiion

shaakla" applied U> devoiees of Lord

be symbolic of ancient Hindu nuclear En*rnr Gviieration

eiqiertise^

mi Ws

also signine* rudtsr ]dtysa^ vho hsjidl^ Ihe production of atonnic ^ergy.
fflnsort

ihe urnible pwlJess Kali,

Sanskrit chants of specEsiized Shiv worship


Rudrfl Slid

known

b? Laghu

BeouK
wiUi

Lonl ShJv s^Tnbalizes deslruction

Wis usma\ sbod? q

Maha Rudra rould

as well be codified formulBe of the

Ibt ertffntorium. "Hwr*

H?

squats wiLh His bare body smeflrtd


Is

ancient

h. immersed

in

de*p jneditation. His consort

Kali
Es

aSa

Iknii. Choaiiika. Bhsgawati, Bhawani or Purvaii.

She

shown

Hindu nuclear enera' production technique. That code needs to be split and probed into by modem nuclear experts f who should be Sanskrit scholars] throi^h meditative concentration'

flaw

wlilt lirge,

buli^rnj

q^

sUuinu

In

rage,

lusfi oil
in

though
hanil
Is

in insatiable

hunger to

Her red lonpw devour all Tife wlsBe

Tilt Lttboraio<r7 Fire

HjEiii

>*.,

bdptessljr

of*^ in4 bona

4 blood -suibed sword. Under her feet ]] trampled. Han^'ng f,^m Her neck Is a garl^

The
ooTjJd

sacnfieiul fire

which Hindus
fire

Invariably U^jht for

all

rituals

weU be the laboratory

of ancient scientists.

*>
W

^a^Haaj

are

^sg known

traditroflaJiy to

^-^

EoerEir Circuit!

of birman bones ind skuUs,

Urd Shiva *9 devotees known


thi

as Shkaktas and Tantrika preserve


pfltt^^ms

a number of ancient intricate geometries]

which tbay
'

^
""*

modem

imt^ri

[i

ipeu nich

mmon

Lo indicate hiyh

e^m

reverently vorship. These

th^

very significantly term as

Yantras

*kiooK-bote

T
.

^
tf

le. machines alias

^*"'* - ^^'Jr^'"*^^ '^ '^ ^ ^^^^ I'"^^'' "" *^ "* "l^*"! rbiaraL. w ^^^^ ^^^^^> tradition was no* ntbm
prodtwJor. or nudeflr energy.
"^ devotnea

ahu i^

'"PP^rt'^B high tenaJon

'energy cireuits". T^ose could

w?ll

be the

eJ^tnc wti,

^ ^^'^""'^ canyovci' of the andeni

surviving design drawinijs of anient technical devices as


printed circuit* of transistors and television seta.

we hve

Shiving
level.

is traditionally

below the rwiled in siandire valef

(Jwnd

^'"^^

Over the emblem also hangs a pitcher whJciiconslanLty drips wat^r over the Shivltng. The hol^ Canga is ulso d?pct*d as
coriienssiicr flowing over the head of Tiird S&jv. Afl these indicate which (Jp^cet. In our own we know thai aD establishmentj

-i-iW-niiniiffl. j^

r*"

because they we"*

""*^* d<. fo*n tT

;^i'* Mn:h in complete iaolfl^=^ Tuao Tt^ta,!^"!*^ amgna them we.* kno^"" ^^**^ fiwi UwaK^**^;^'^''' ^hnicians and tantrami *** 'Ttntram ie. ttch clique-

tlma

condiraiiiion eeneratc high i-nergy and heat need fljmsiwndins with igerreiLs. tht ShWIlng is sasodated

The very

fact

"^

S^ia^

<^

t^ ^""""^

aymtKjbE/ig a nuclear racior.

fiwrntjAw

?n*smwijr jnw( techtiolagfCBl atLtfntnmt^. On!y iheir

^^^

^.L^iv*

cataclysmk aspect

<if

aUimJc enei^,

dieolofPC^'
It is.

melapbysi^ ^'^

spiritual chcracier

ts

known

h
in

far.

therefore, that

one hears of Bteat and wise tiees


thenf) selves

hoary

frrndii

tradition devoting

aU the

Ume

la Vedic chanLs

^
diy

r,

ibe moon landing of ibe anc[^^ *1 my comm^^or^le

fire

in sylvan seclusion keeplnif aeonstant laboratory -type nd studies and and seer ran hia own academy. He had burning' Each 3se afid following

wj own group

of davptcd atudmts and diadples.

Wrtdr^ rvpt.

itjrif

il

is

q^i^ J5i^'^ ^^ "'"^ "^^^ ^^* '^''^

Kindus bad attained mastery In The fad that the ancient physical culture (through yoga and brtath patronomical niBibemalics,
a3(it!)
shfiyld

medicine

tAyur^'ed)^

architecture

and

UMn

planning

PotHinDia

Eooir
fff

be indication enough ihet they had reached a high sundard advencempnt in all branches of learning. 1cauae aU learning
intrd&pHident.

Uma amr

is

Vniwn
"

U
'

Kwikanth te. (We wlsoge throat hsa


poison)
-

is

Mortover.

in

the seethtnu mass af biimBnJty


attain an insigbt
in

turned Uji* (with jK^flinia ftudwr

Halahd

Thai

19

indkm ive of the


of

hiuh^y

the brain
pet,

ceUs of each

indl^fldufd

ihrir

own

e?wgy

bald captive in th* ihroat

nudw

cbosen Held of learning. Thtrefot* if tltnduj bad flttflined mentioned above, remarkable mastery in the branches of teaming

Tte deadly cob

ctMling

iround SJuva's neck ard raising


is

its

they

must have

attained

a mastery in fiddg
travel.

like

engineerinff.
pbcrtild

fafid hood

owr

Ij^rd

Sjivi's heed,

also another indicaUon

teehnology^ aeronautics

and sp^e

Sicb deductions

form part of rieaeareh methftdotogy.


Shhfi'f

wpy
two

form

(t

aiso

laiown aa BhaJrsva which


f.fl.

ts

Some
ilso bo

of tbosfl lecbnologiral texts are

atilt

avsilflbV

Tt

may

compijund

ffT

SBJiikrit

words ;^-R) 'Bhaya-rava'

OW
thst

pniduang
im oonic

t terribl*

sound,

fitm modem expenmce we know

UhL

reiulu in a desf^tiin^ scmnd.

In thjB

M btremfort.

emt It y bs pdjitcd out thai to oonttnue to belIeH


Uut indenL Hindu Vedtc and (rthw chanla are msfe

ripple liiw noted tbat on the pedegut of the Shivling are cnrvid or atomJc semi enrptical orbits which are indicative of the movemenl* those won! 1 ^ partidea like protons and photons The ons en ding of ^itumle ia the Sanakrit teiin 'anu" ali^ 'n^oos" gignifying an prKSsft of nudffir particle'. arr? indicalivp of the
.
'

Those rippira

flifiiiofi

inside the ShivUng. el-borate nuclear

aptHMJAl Inanurtkntt

1 miitaJc^,

From t,me Smmmorial the Hindus also haw an


i

and other scientific) tertttinology


the miy^m-n educoUsd

li^e in usj? in ivetyii^y

Just

^rr^i;;;!!^*'*'*^

'"^^^-^^^ ^yB^bie. i^

na own

ih* n)lecjd* yoMth talks of particles like tom, photnn. prouin and neulran, the Hindus hiive b**n itikm fact dveo Uw of parelld Urmi llkv anu. ti;nu and pnrfljnanu. In

"^1^ molwult, atom mid mlHsDo

ore Sonstait

^f^^

167

ItoJjm

wiiinm

II*

dumpinif nudeet wbhUm


in

in thg

ii gi^nflr i0*opmarrt

fworded

th* MahabhErnt.

^ ^ The Ygd,^
ih^

^_^^,
Iriu)

fn tbe

K-ba. as a rmll of lomt invafibn lumsd Anhti n somewhat sSmnar desert

fya^
Jli

the ronscqumoes of uititad^ KriihM frfdof pawdcred' h snd dumped iJfwf rtVion

an trid

vmie^
is

b nuclear niJ^j^
Jl [ni4)

Ih*

fltflO

Iti^

p^w^w

sproy^<>d spawoed.

bnwT
In ffi Tn

Iht

Vidf^

upiwiwd

ihat

wd

During a druni(^ to slrike one nnnltier wi,^

(ntemwnnf fwd which prDwvJ fnUl to iheentlrfl Yndava


MJisp rtW<in
^s

inV

li woid b for scientists lo search for ih^ site of i^orthwhllB ancfert Shlvliny in Australia. Nuclear ph^^slcists jnary (Ujmic reactor atao tl ih* ard Saudi Arabian tetralng to iscertain Aujtriliar

Since AostfBlia too

whether

thery

tW
Uw

locaid the

famoua Somnath

shrine, ong
(lie

j^vwl B^ience of oncFent

nuclsr deslnicticn,

Of

12 Jyof iHiriHfla

Thai cwld have been one of

H^cirint

Xante fT*nor.

jUndu epics are repJete with descriptions of the fwiuent use miasnefl. The very fact that ttie^ were used of farf^l in such proves Ihst they were manufsclured and sloctti^led ibundance
In large

IVnitw* of aivt

emWemi

complete only a

3/-ith

round

of

qusnUties as Riisaia and Atnerica ere doing now The parsOel rivarly in the ancient world was between the Devas and DaJtyas
in several

ilw pemnbylatkin. TVidilion enjoin a Ltn?m to turn back from the ShJvi

M rtcorded
Home

ancient Sanskrit lexta.


Shivlin^ reactor because

wunhip water
I'hanne].

outlet1>ij

Tiey are not supposed to cross


dearly implies
Itaal

that

too

wMtC'Wiler

must have had an ancient

ihe waste water


should
rxit

emt^riK from l^p


tw

ShivILrtK (r^AClArJ

bang radioactive
to
lei

Shfve worship used to be widely prfl^3e<3 in Ttsly.


to

mjuwd. OtniouHly

Shivttny

rmcton used

ouL

rDdioactfi^^

IndlB the Taj

MahaJ

a!ia$

T^Ja MahaJyt befng an ancient


site

Shiva Iwnpte could very well

symboUie the

of an

andmt atomic

A
I

reactor.

tdttiUric n?otni1l7ier also Qsed lo be providedis

Namely when
Worth of Singapore
That
Is

w
ctair.

Chsnard (dpfnoninc Ksn^oyle)


wHier
41

pieced
St.

ol

the oull&t and ii


freely crosi

In

Mataysie

Is

cJty called Petaling Jays.


'

chiuindlcd throush

devatws miiy

the Sanskrit term

Sphatikling Jayan

J.e

the hig

huge)

Mw wiiw

chifuivi to

oompkie

thi-

ix^rBmbulalion circuit.

Thb

ti

crystid

ShivDng. True to
ill

Its

name

the ancient Shiv shrine hat b*i

QNTdboniUvQ rvl^ce thul iht andeot Hindus had devised > pdmUTK- nbdH^ known b9 rrbrund by which th*fy could neulnJiM lornic wflti*. -Hw dfmonloc countenance of the Ghanjnd gargoyle
ii

JOHted
city.

archaeologtcal

excavstion in the Cfnlne of the Gnricnl

The temple was invaded and razed by Arabs who converted


Islam.
in

the

Ma:^lo

Dw ^mirioul Inumuch as na twuralte the iemotiiBc


J"^"^
.

ihe

mechanism which could


raJiation

'digest'
itself

Such famous Shiv shrines around the world as


BJiti

Roine.

Mkcb

efft^ts of
lh.r

must
Mt^ca

be

ki

w^H Known ihBt

Kaha

^JjT
H.

in

in Saudi

'^"'^

^^

"^-^Plf

Thm

the current peramUulrtiion

PE(il[njf Jaya testify to the pwduction of divine nuclear wieivy And the spread of advanced lrhn5loKy und sdentlfic techniques "^rlng tti$ mndii dispensation in tlie ancient worM.

only^^r,^^
Uk
***W*

"il,.,lo.kwi.a

f,^m the waste

wator

"^p sacfed 12

.lyotfi'llnji ti'flditifln

now

survhrjnjf In India could

**

^ condensed
JTiIno

national

commemorative veriions

of a

worWwid*

^^
wirtmt foiw.

^^*"***"':ovi!rl with e
thnt Ihu

lush gFW"'

miNhnudlina of the ShivUnU

^f

times, tbertfore researchers may ihp a4!veml aspects discussed here to determine wbHher ttehnolouy believed to be vei-y modern, is in fnt-t veij very
techrio)<i^ of ancient

168 ncwnt.

Mtfm, EoTTTO

C<Kmf
it

Siysicm Also

Num^^ 'SIVA'
it

tfn^ar

better

thai they are. Conafderfng t,\\ than the aun ihli, tegtc way of booking at thlngp than the physical
'

i.

eye.

perhaps not r-' nut IfWf^ ffterf bul the thread of an incomprehensfble conlinuay coinddFn:* whidi impc]tpd the 1>eparU73tHtL of En^rKV Laboratories, Uvenmjj^ bes ]JSk ic nam** iheir USER beam generative system as SIVa b^^u^J
* "' In liiis (7on[*xi

may be notl Ihal

It is alfro

^e

to

possible that bits of ancient mechanical devit^eg aciuHjly somebody's liand but being in a very
brittle,

j^uon

confetu or through lack of technological oomiwtenee thi^ escaped

jdentificfltion.

of

its

immiM

destnicuVe

fls

well as

beneHc

potenl.jal.

It

could even be that nuclear


scholars

technobgy hss been

secretly evolved

by

Wwtem

by

Isboriousl)^

decoding Hindu Shiv worshiB


Bi'itisli

have been diacuaaed in tWe volume from time. Consequently lack of archaeologtcait evidence must (irne to loo strong an objection. Logic and the n&t be pressed as haWt

Many such

posalbllities

,<iirTlf tiuil

diagmms

curried

sway durms

dominstioti

\i3^\r are of history to repeat

some important

guides to figurt out

thepaat.
Hindij Vedic tradtUon lists five kinds of Shivlings ^rr^^pondjnii

to tb*

1^.

cowmic elements namely earth, space, water, wind end Whether they nepFesented five different technologies of
five^

generatu^ nuclear energy ma^y be bvesltgated,

'n

trident

is

Lord Shiv's tTBditional weapon. Whether

il

reiJreieflU a three -prt^nued lethal -force

may

also be looked

into.

oould

be ihai

all

such traditional details hsve au educathe

slgnificflnce.

eigued that ancient technological achievementa of the kind discussed ahove are either scientific fiction or were attained

it ii gfiffli

thiwj^

magic but they couldn t have been the result olmechonica! dei-icei sEnce archaeological excavations have not yielded
any n^^chuiical gadgets.
in tti, ctKinecUon

spirtLual

^^ft may b. ^i^

we would

like to
'

that the

make several observations^ menUl eye U, logic - f-if


"

K^JL 1"^ "*^*^^^

*^'* ' ^^^V. Phyaicd

iUustr^tJa^^

nri^ or oclv JwL ^' '^' '^^^ '^ "^^^ ^^"^ ''^^ *' *^ ''" ^^. during daylltfht houn n ftoi wcHdi do d.i ta U^lr^Li'"^- '^" *^ V those mighty

4^

^^^

wd

not

like ihD gigantic

burning

orl>

171

170
rt,

lalnf^H

expensive, tardy,
pat^f"^
^

enobbleh and yet les, nd h


ii

'"ti^ All a ^^f tenipotscy


Uirib-

promised

some

theorrticel consolation.

palliative

and

at

times amputatfen of the painful

gonie rethinldng

on micient expertise

in

modmi

times In tne

Mi

of

scJence and technology

may

be traced

lo KrishKijI

Vinayak
bi civil

Vflifi.

bom

on I6th December. 1869.

He

took his diploma

Eatftneering

fi^"^ ^^^ Engineering College in

Pune

(India) in

1S9U

VEDIC SClEN-nnC

and TECmOLOGJCAL TEXTS


Tn

I^hore

to the Vedic Majuainc published from an article contributed expressed surprise that in hia entire engineering K.V. Vsze

Ttie curreni Bssurnjrtion

thai the histoo' ot

humon

course there

was absolutely no reference


expertise of ancient India.

to any scientific or

progrea

technCikigicHl

h^iM

fftim t-he

oave

man
is

stage

not irue.
Ctanstder

the stupendous building projecte of the andent world


in

The V*dic concept

quite the conLrery viz. that at the

start

from the

Pyramids
in

Egypt

<

to the Ta] Mahal and


in

Konark

in bdia.

bunwilty yvs$ invesied wjih fodly rapabilitiea*


The other assuTnptifm ihat the history of humaji progress
I fbadily tiding graph also dc>es not
is

Borobqilur

Java and Angkoi-wst

Cambodia. Carving whole

mountdkis and creating nrtisttcally carved statues, halls, coi^idor?


and mansions out of
Bsfniyan in

appear to be ri^ht. Because

them

as seen at

Abu

Sibel on the Nile, at


catled for

MiM}Ty must Lake cognizance of the

Law of Fluctuaiing
individual

Fortunes

Afghanistan and Ellora and AJanta in India

wbch affects all human affair? whether of one


ngii?n OT ntvion. tike the

communit]!/,

multUaiersJ
K

technok^cal eKpertise. Ancient conduit water supply

wajdng and waning phases of the moon

systems strong stone


lowering lemptes,

embankments known as

'

ghsts

'

at riversides.

Usicry follows a nuctuating course.


Equipped with this rrallzation one has to take cogni^anc?
tsl records and claims, /jidont Sonakril liter^lure is replet*
of

forts and palaces, bridges and tqweri

iml

all

flw^ India despite a


invasions.

thousand years of destruction

catised

by Muslim
to retrace

^^

Yei no attempt seems to have been


expertise.

made

refe-Tice to wonder missges, miracle rays, Jntersteller trav^ sad uioundtng medical cures.

Wiat ancient

I !!'

talk

over the Madras station of All India Padio on Febniao'

Snce cument hla^ry-books were written by person^ *^* Vkiorim conce^M they had hiiherto dismi Bfit ssed those claim s in and
Prakrit
litersLure

^^' ^^- ^^^

obseTVed "It

is

unfortunate that most of

e research wiBresea

),

nd

u mere imeginaUve fiction.


wem
W* may now
little

k^

work done ao

far regarding ancient Indian architecture

But recenl

aclenUfif
o'

iKhjiplogiaJ strides

to be iraniflg the very ^r&ct

\nvm\iom which

h been

deHi,i3 in andent Sanskrit texts-

Tbifl
<3"^
'

Tfiytt r**^^^ *3i^By and

^ thorough knowledge of the ancient Indian languages.


religion

would be the

first essentia] for

any correct

rtXKiM liwii: torn* rethinking.

ri^ chBuvinlirUc view modem tdcnc* hsi jt


In th. mdia]

afld

be B

mo

have t^ revia* ^^^ hmnble and say

^hTo!^*^aue

'"^jec*"'

The

said speech has been published in the

of the Indlad Concrete Jouf nur.

^o to equal undent aehjeveniefl'*' taya. fg^ irti. treeuncnt Is getting progrW^^

ttr to

'^ ^^^ ^"^"" Bttftn ofT^" ^^ oHck-

live only to the primiti lining of an excavated pit for a sKrifidal Hr*. or

^^ geometry

m
nreptt rta*tiin(f i tqattrv

moun
JJ(i

lo reducUo id ebsurtluni.
itself

four jyjpyj hwl


nidtel-

gnKps-bTBM, gun

mtai.

German

^v^

TV tO'OBeiJ
],h<rory
fbr
to

wrii^a]

was

an industrial and

r^^

nrthwofdfWfespecificaUons nulling frqm an Qrdi'


ngnitiwi,
is

groupagold. ye(^5 had tbr


^OfK* tmrni'
"Twicer
h"**

sflver. copper.

bJ apparent from ihe achievCTnenla and attWislinwil. ntto prodwt* wcJi s ttdopcal wespona. missals and n(ys of
This

leetnciJ

tomic

reactor

end

lasw

*hfW

diviatorK-bricte, gtass. lime.

d^^

bumf

included

ccmsit tnd met^.


^

in ffOfcni ]itfntui.

VwB msdp

ptoneering
ihai

irludy

of

that

andenl sdmune

The "twice btunt Inv nd manganese,


Tlrt

'

metals were pijuped at

kv], y^^ ^te^

KtwvmvenL ind Tound


aid *4 techrokigiw
dvnified

l\ tradJUonal claim of 16

sam^
hi(},
i

^distribution'

category

ihcm

ill

ms

reslity.

The ancieni Sanskrit

Un

wo

da^StTied

itto-mrine.

ofoniiimcatlond and aeronauiica.

kn<Qrtrii

A3

Bhrugu-Shilp-SamhiU U.

(Kfantegicd compnetkiii t^

Bhmpj,

The

jzisrioe dtvisjop

brancbed

irtto-rafta, boats

and 3bip.

tbe tabted" vicient Htndu. VedJc en^neenng prepared by K.V.

CbnununieationB were sub- divided a9-rrad$, paib-vaya ami

VMtii Snt divided inUi Uiree beads namE^y exploiUUcui


,

difitrfbuda)

nd irwiuf<ciur.

Botia were emb- divided a>metalledp pved uid dust tjda.


i

EijMutkiin has three dMsfona viz Biology fof plant

aidrnd

"nie

Md human
Biology

^mflnufactwe" bead vss divided into-sbeltep. protective

lifeJ,

Hydrtuilcs and Minirtg.


divided into

ind townships.
procrtetioo.
'

thr brancbes namely,

Shelter

nd nnftvre.
The divisioia of l^rsulics wer? Mcavslion natu rtl
. ,

was sub-divid^d into

taits,

huts,

ooUagn tod

built . supply

^buildinga'

category

wae

Fab-divMsd

into-afaedi.

Sfd

draiiutBe.

quadrangleg^ liouaes,

mansfona and

palaces.

'Wie

ihne
ve!ii

*epH

dBs of e^qavaied md dslanB.


flf

hydraulica are ordinary

weflj.

The 'protective' group was divided into iwo frtwps-forta and


DOt.

t^ two dB,

buiJt

|jjd^^(g ar^caruls and tanks.


vided into sion^. tbo*****

^
^Jw

ot

W43 fub divided as


ia

"

KniUJt
-

and

Aakar,

^ ?*!!**'"** '**"'^s"^tlj
M^taf

"aakar' head

divided into

hamlet. viUagt, bofwtfh,

- ^y.
aldmiyon.
iitl'rt'"*

no

oii fe,^,^^

Kpu-aUon,

^^

^
.

harbour
'

metropoUs.

^^^^^

ctlegory was spUt into dvfl and mflitasf.


outpojt, iMirttH.

^"^ <>*

hd ihr* ijrwp.

meu]., bowlder*

*^

ttnictur^ were dssiJled as

amp

174
1

17B

acwtait tflxton *arrara,


ieailng wjth isctlce.

tilted

PniBi;b*en Yuddha Vtayi (titb

,^,

^^^

br.f.chi*-eMofWtJon. UJStrfbution end

m^^f,^

f^ jgga
Th^juj

wsapona. miBa1]e9. nreHnMc.

pnsannakumer

A^ nafya has publiabea in

En^h trwialMed
pma,
It

n^Mrin*

nniufiicfliirts<

aeroneuUcs,

shelter.

protecWon

t WS8
i^j

of the Maanaaar Vastusbaatr* in Bevn BiinoUted edjtion OKf'J'^ Univeraits^ Preaa publication of Pn^yag,

an

mq^

j^

tjl^iftLned

freni the Sup^riatandent, Government Pfesa, AUgbabid,


titled

Another text

TV
A

Issi

cai*ory

was

of

"

erU

'

olifl^

technologMs.

ffprn

Methura and

Mentra-ChintAmBiii by Chakr^dbar (puhyebed Venui&si) deaJs with mecbanisma used

in

obasrvatories.

Ufl or

i"Hent Sanskrit texts dealing witti the brancbe

above was compiled by K.V. Vaze. It epp^n flf itutfy mmtfnned known as tliodt Shilfkashasira, poibliahed an pBg 16 to 20 of a book Manda!. Pun-4110;W (Indii), ihe Hhirat IUIms Samsbodhflk

Xhe Vedic Mags^itie tlihore) lasuw of October, KovembeT ISSft titlied Study of Mechanics from bdifin EngSneering eanied artides
Books.

Some of ihe
Koth',

tejits llBted in

that pub! cation are-V|ghw$medkit


f

A volume UUed Vanu-as or Mechanlca) Contrivances in Anckjit India, by Or.V. Hsghtavan has been published by tbetndi&n Inatitutft
of Cuilttire, BitsavangudliBa[ia]ore-

Shsn>ih'&TimiJ.
.

ShJlp^-deepEksK

Ve^turaja-vtflab^,

Bbrup] - SiimMiB

Mflyamat,
.

M a&nsaar,
,

Aparajita - pniwWi*,

SimininBnna - Sootrftdbfir
Khibl.
NissfirahB,

Ka^byAp Somhita
SsurasooldSH
Rajagriba

Brthatpa rashariyi-

Encydopaedia Britennica, Vol 14 "Needles were Hrst

(5tb edition, 131 f>) atitet

Shign].

A^r^ain

made

in

En^nd

by a native

of India in 1545

Rairhuu,

A.O. But

tlie

art

Minufthydeyi

Chanttrika.

nirman.

Durgavidkn.

was

lost at

l)is

deatJi. It

waa, however, recovewl


settled........ in

V^uvidyB, YuddbaiayamavB,
Of ti* 18 MictKit tecbnologtca] Sanskrit texts flvanable.
Kashyiji
iiy

^
Uj

Cbriatopher Greening In 1560 A.D.

who was

Bucks, where his manufBctory has been carryinK on from that time
the preaenL

day," Bui

within about three hundred yeara the


to Import needJea
fori-unes fluctuate

ahnpun

beUeved to be tbe sJiclenlmost. Its edition edited

rilusUon

was quite the reverse and India had


Incidentally tbJs also iUusirates

R.V. Vtxe

wu

pubyshed by Maridashram In Pune.

Ita 2^8 pago

frorn Britain.

how

eomprift? BS cb^pterg.

nd communities once in the TorefTOnt of


culluraj

aclftiu'fic.

mat^al or

AnoiJi^ttlitiUl Aryasbi]pa-Hindi Yajilrashaatra {?^hU^^' BMlsbuiri iUvjl Kfibteniaaar. K^ikapraflfld Press- Puna'2). T^ or [8 deals H^tb mechenifrms known b$ Bhfloyinm

achievement are pushed back and come to hi classed bs


primitive

fruirant,

nd stai^ant*
lands of manufa^jture, India
'i

J*^ "*'

Iftdia'j ski]! in all

ejfpertlst In

'^5^ y*ni^v Tejo yantra.

and

Mkagb

yentra.
J

*^enc08 end arts,


fotnmercial
Itn

the exceDent character or her people and


talk

l*|*^hanismj btar

ibe narreg of the five natural m<^

'"^^a immense wealth were once the


aiqd

of the world. But


in

~^
InddeiUi! V

mfliury

invasions

rtwtilted

such

plunder.

r, cosmic tight and space.


SblvllngB

1P5

^^^^

ij,i(,

the

serrtB

*^^ *JthdesUtution,

P^rishmenl and enslavement that India soon became


disease and death.

country

f^
3j^t
othr moehlncs opcroi* al speetno times or

m
st fixed

***

fZ)

^^,

Sanskrit

t^^ n '"'"^S

^^

'"^"^^la ar,

Intervala,
tiu^

ggjj^^

mechanisms bt
it.

ttieant to produti, a arpeciftc

Mund

(8)
i

modulate or rcla^ or

jl

Bhflgwfll

of St

Xflvier's colloge.

volume on Indfa 4 tit(i

Bombay h^ s oncfpnt skills In j^^^

gome inacWnes
things

aie for spedfic Jobs srtfl magrdlV or sharpen

Thd oydities necessary

In

an efTicUni machine ate cnumerst^

TV

Sanskrii Research. Mysor, Imi^atfondT Instilule of |^

sirae topic Si,ijM.iMin on Uie

her*a(nder Somftsonptf 5(ffl>2as quoted


<ttt ij'ifd

from the ancient

Sanskrit

i^'^i Yininimava alUrally Tbe Ocean of Mechania)


idea

?ii^

?TO??rT?t

#^5^

^it+iri^iiftL

II

vSl^

ihtradft'M

of

its

cornwits.

:*

tK<h M<r^^rH . fT;


l

Ri'l^

^t

namell^

<l

it

the required should preauce the necessary mergy at

time for

its

operation.

<2)

lElnaiire

proper cooMination. C3>

Its

Tbi

^Hw

irt!ia

deling a macbtne as a conlrivanw

pn^ca HWiKf

or cre$tfia

movemenl with the belp

of a levw.

iMky. wixhwl wtved or a ramp.

'"ife ^T^rm. 50CTT?b VJjf^t^

sbouldn "l reqiiii^ be smooth, (4) The contrivence able to etisure imintemipted congtanl supervision. (5) R should be possible be without stress working. C6) its worWng should aa far as little Uttle sound or niake as or Btrsin. C7) It should give out as thenwessary it may sound noise as possible. (8) At requiredintervals shouldnH be shaicy. loose loud warning signals. (9) Tha machine
^forking should
or rattling.

II

(10)

It

shouldn

't

stop or get stuck up

vrhfle

uae^

(in Us

strttps ajid other parts

^ *^

^ ^%

machine. (12) Its working should


feiraRi:
It

of the should be an intera] Pirt sbreaK J. be continuous (without

Semarongan

SMtrtidl^
31

neeemiy t^^n^ 03) It should ensure the desired result. (H> The ^"toi"*^- ^ or change in the mangfactuKng proceas should be
Jta
' sequeacesprocesaes should follow in priaperly phased autonu-ticalty resume Ihe end of a process the mecbamsm should snape not chang*- the ita starting atnc*. (17) The process must <>r ttie . contri^ce or t*ar away any i>flrt of iho

Chapter

""****<".
(I)
flbttt

if^'
^

't'e

tWidfons of differeni >neclnl'^

ffr inceaeant repetition of a

P*^

^^

Enechanism should b^ powerful. (19)


(20}
it

h"''* be

^^'=^'J *^ *>

should last long-

i<?M

1
**^
to dirf#rent Mnds of ^lectiical ewrgy. [^ Q^jvfODt^ ajftwpOwilnB known as Mitra " and ibo ,04^11, lb- north pol* Is

m
^
in exist
.-.

ail

rh flsia
J

over the onclenl world, s.^j it the StOTebm^ n Chi na and a number of niher coxintris India
. i

Uxts of sny biwich used


T^ieinoi-liinK

lo be in Clswle^i

vrM
kept

Um

temboiogy

and

rbythmtc recltaUon.

That

1 B

difiTki*d

Viruna. Botfe togeihw are refemed to

MiHri'Viruiu

i^^wrfiTi Oi^ygen

v*s known oa

Udsen V^yu. vtd hydrtflw Bs (^^PTM^J

{wm^j HpKum t^ Es

^P^"^

"easy

for instant e rffldy


Teflti

uae at the

tip of the toispue.

Proan Vayu
Sanskrit.
isti,
^

VersUicd

1^

Ajfastyi ^nihits descriWs a

copper* zinc batieo'. Th$

^^
P^^
"

in

ancient Vedie learning were

known

as 'Kavl' (i.e.

niBgnzine titled Shilp-Sajnur quoUn MiTcb, IS56 iswe of* montWy in nrtraci from a mwreh artid* by K.V, Vaw reprdinu that
tatiwy. Tlitt eitract gnea one a

the an equivalent of

modem doctorate, with lirealer relevance


own branches
all

pwp tnlo aneienl


called

Sanskrit scientific
ghriiechi

^h^Tpe'^<>"S

ejCpci-Use in ihelr besides acquJrinK not only leflmt and laugbt

orienrning

their lesaona in
In

vme
i^ B

od
ceP

UKiirwlopad t*rms. An eartlien beaker


WQter-tighL vessEH

wag known aa

[J

they

could also expound


in

their

knowledge

new

ireailsts

(1^1

was

'apsars'

and & battery

camposed

iitimaculote ^ind

mellifluoua verse. That again

Kumbh. Consequently anythJiop where hundreds of edk or chunbcrs sv crowded toge^tber wss appropriately known
sHwwn
ae
In

WW

Sanskrit leamma. unparalleled feature of ancient Vedie. unique &nd

Ancient Vedie

upbrin^ng ^so demanded

a strict moral, Truaal.

mciait Vedtc Ssnskril terminologj' a$


It is

^aU-Kumbh [T^^^^ i,^,


i&

t faundnd-feU}.

that

same word which

speHed in
should

modem
iL$

ptiimw

catacomb.

Ther^ the leLt^r

"C

retain

Uphabitia] pronirndfllion

*$'

Ancienl Vedie itchmlcnglsla


tMiii
-

knew

<if

^x kinds

of dectricily

vji.*

Lbe on produced by friction from leather or sOk.


tJigi

SaudBJniiu

produced by fricUon from

^ema or

tflsat.

from evei^body, Early rising, ablulkttii. yonic* nd atolo niiJtine tuto.ing by repeUtioti of vows reganiiiti e^relse p^ycholoifical self human sei-vioe. adhei-ence to tnith respecting elders, dedication to and earty to -jealousy and svarice etc. etc. Bjid abstention from womanizing and consuming hannful bed, Vices such as wining and was kept out aj a motivaUm draip were i-yled out. Avaiice for wealth socio-KonomlE li^joious standards fof eny ^tion. Because of such iind lived k>n(r. healLhy Crimea were almost non-existanl. People
conLented lives

Vidyut

and

life

punctuated with gay.


coflvivality

spirliual rituals Bmiclst

produced from

douds or steam.
-

community wmeraderie ond


rjn. a botieiT

wa3 vet^ enjoyablf without


life in Bull

alaAati aiiu SHrtakumby


fli

that

pducJ

It^^m
aftoEds

to

any

social strain

and stdfe. Luckily

i^ana

bundf^tb of

cell*.

a contemporary

sumving

illustration of e P'ou^.

happy

Hmdki

(^, ^,
'
'

^^^ ^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^


QHP cmnnallng from magnetic rod.

VkUc

aociety.

u*

IbcUrahmin

Qmiliflcattoi*

behaviour, d^votlw Adherence to that impeccable stnndand of

Wa
f l
Ifi

dedication

li*

RmavMi^

-.^^!!'^^""*

^^ num^rms wonder missUa

to studies,

lead a a commltmci Ui
Jdeal

li^*

WufewEontil
^i^atiric^tfon.

service

and

i.-reaptK* "^ classed as a Brahmin I'n^ but a tUmdK^l BrahmlntEini was not a con^ntinl biwltfe
to

daily

routine

vf*ie

^^

paitntai-e^

m
^^iff^r.n*^^'
hy H Tr*nt

^^

jn

ihf ehosen
:1

*^*^ rrT^^'^^ ^^^^


""

^ ^ ^ .^
field.

ThJs

is

ivh^

l^g

flyfng gi#By hja

ensemble

lo sonne foretgn ctnirtrv.

ThU

^^

ysjneHcan Wright

Btm,

developed en

aJrctiift

^ ^JtS<^\^
^"^

^ ^"^^^ir^ult
Tor

^hich ht may rig, nurtu.. thit^ugh ^'"'^^ ^^ ^"^' **^ ^^^^ !r>.rivt(Jr sludyShudi^ tod to ld
p lift

^ ^^

^^

i,frth

everybody

starts

oi

^j^
u>

f^
to

odhe-ing

of Jagannsthpuri had pf abfliikarfteharya

cwnpoaed a

*
^"""^iti

volvime
to

work

titled

as V^dlc Miithtm-Ua. He had As


Ill-luck

'^'^''Tii g^tnisi*^

someone

for publlca^on.
j^

would

bt

^^^ ^^^^
fl

p^^

of

it.

Only the surviving single

B^. Ks^-t^,
gr^ns J^nff.
rtc.

Vi.sh,.

Sh.d

^. adh^^
life^

10 by

atxhil^
horses or

as ^ll^'irnow Bvaileble

printed book. Even that soUlary part

to classify dogs, by Mterinfljrians

. kw
''

oriied

Som^ Western countries and praised by scholars.

t^dwKi

ind

In

Bveral oiher aspects of

No sUgma

wsa

iilwM.
of

fM- fpi

one could opt for any of Ihose Amonff Immaf^ bcirvgs T^ay to slrivt for thp ^i^ndai-da pwrfded on?

tdrimmint.
CKoUnK

discipline
irnl

and wnduct exptd of each. Jjfe was


(ill

of thai Sanskrit text In thrir luiUo" on the besi. Institute. TTie book lists catchy ^d ^r^ rnreT^d technics out complicated n^athem*!..^ formulae for worldi^g with his indication of how a saintly scholar

^l^ing

tr^t

R^y
00
in irv^

exhasTsUng in

four cetegaries depending

fflfjf'i

iiUmde and adaptfltalily- Thei"? was never a dull mom&nt sLcfOfy nor vai Ihor? any s pedal allurement or mundane
r

^Z>s Thi. Za unhooked

i.

one

fr^m mundane aff^i^


Another

vl

unravel the

branch ofle..^ing.

cono^tmUng on the h., own part.c^ljr terse codes rels^na to may make similar ^tnJaticsdnt-scholar
It

^d

advB%e JA uy

tboK fwr c&U^ii^.

^
of Qf

10 his

not

snricnv

&nslQ^t ie>t5 on the msnufacLure end use of

ActflKfltaKit. Oneoftliemlslflncrwr as Urahari Viniiin ShiisEni U. tim Cnst Compftidjurfi on Aergnauttcs. An annoLated Enslish iB of K j, ivft-libte. 7i%^ resftanr^ scholars of Ibe Aoi-onau Ileal

magic of the wor^ng branch of learning. It is this masUor on all scholar^. Mere ihe VedH which la b^ng lost un^velltng the hidd^ *Ld^ic Sanskrit is of no n^^ i"

of the

from same Vedlc wording to unravel

laws pertaming

own

special

of

rnsuiwi* of S;;^en_

codified higWy technical and tereely and arts. ell sciences VBflaa tmpregnated with master keya of scholar facto become 8 Thftefore, a scholar of Sanakrit doeso 't ipso

wording of ti

multl-cbannel,

Bangalore had xajn'tned


it

It,
(rf

r*T** d^t

^^

IdDdi of alrtr^ft menlioned in

the Vedas.

Ibey found
in

nimftl

Hakmi
'''^^

detached,

Vedaa needs a speasi. Fathoming the depths of the ssintly. other-worldly mind.

could

Hy by the proc^g described


Thai
is

iWii^T^l^ *'"

lr^t"igiT>lc,

In^iuble because

Aftdai Technology
iJr.A.W, Joshi, a phyalcist of

"JJ

i byp^riE

age must b obscure lodey.

Meervt Univmity 1*^

'P*^ man*, rtfriT***^ ^*^^'''^- "Bnied S.B. THl|>ade hl *""*^ "* '"W per some ancient Ccxta *--^ * ftw-Vbarrll of it Oft the Chawpotl sffl

/2L? "

"

T^^"^"

"cle 'Charles Beriiti. an American writer has '*=t ih-t there was technological development of the ^'B^^^^ tAvon Boow. '" uitSHit India. His book ITie Bermudi TriwiRte

^^^^

J"

^T

** ***^

*ip ife,

?^'^*' "(imlnisti^uon is belEeved to in^"| S* "^ diacoimg^^^ ^}^p jtloneer nier at^

Iftrrk

imy

hES

bn

* best-seller

In

Americ..

PorUculirty
lo

^^>pter, " -n^ Surprises of Pre- history'" <I^nri

^i

^^ ^

indent Indian dvUi8Licin

may

be

^^^

thous*."! y-^*"

XflTjCgM.

tea

in
h-uuh
L
Ifl

nU ^^h*""

pijynd for itrcuff bftll^ t**=^^^*^' dcvelopmenla mentioned in mciert IndUn


similar
their* la

manner

rrC^ SL^

itflrttuffl

acfiount* of

tm^

history.

'

.he

mb

ntu^^

At

ibat
t

tj^. .h..
the

d^opniit

^h

th*

neme

We^.,^

w. ^
^orUj.

Mciullurgy

^ "r^^
tlttt

^ indent sage,
'=^^

t,;^ fnhtl*s,

difftt

^^PO"' ^^^^

P3^^

ri^.

tj^g^ugy^
.

BhoradwaJ has a compi^dJum on enetneering metollursy. Kama End a number of other tbriquea

rt

of and different tvj>e5


TT^^t or Jan1*y-

bombs we,?

ibouiflii i^

rjrtoeeasea'

An account

of

these

mey be found

Ln

sevcnJ

Tm^ flh

innd^^ Mlm^i^r^ led U) aevenj ,^^^m. Wk. -nd e.=ly^ bv ^"^<^^ ^1 Amerit^ ^=^ *" Maxmuellor. WinUmdi Boa .idiQbw of th* 15^11 wn^'J'^' wml thus spread throughout the worti Sr WDlbmi .:oE3. The
mui-? poetic imsifi nation and anoKit Indian nteraiure oonUUTis

Suni^rii bUcations titled

Whdom,

Saoskril CSviUzailoa, Sun%krii

Mechanisms, Weapons nf War and VojfiaSuiras, J^ius and Dlgmonds* Joyaer founder, IntemBtionail Academy of G.fl brougJ^t out by
Sanskrit Research,

Mysore.
in

As per inforTRation given


texi

Joyser

's

volumes abfrntBharadwaj

*i

]m
ti4

was unfoilunpi% Uken up tnUh, 'n* SHiot Mne of Ihouuht scholas's and historians. dfvtiaped t^ pnfUiraUy all fa:maus Indian
*WiiMn t lim
<iec3ida,

ancient Vedists could

make an

alloy of thnea metsds,

kaavm

says Berlttz, the prpswit age

^w

Iba

short jual Veer, it was made by melting and as Veerloha or for Kshwinka. Arjunfka and Kama Ci. * fusing three metals known as

develtfjimenl of nJrcrnfl.
ii

missian and diiftrcnl bomb?. The pnwesa

magnet)

in the ratio

of 3:3:5.

When
light

fully processed

it

was

totally
iftd

curdnuing

LQI

todiy. If 3n the light or present

dvelapmenl.

orw
IL

resistant to fire, svaift",

air, electricity,

cannon, gun- powder

ToKb
l

Uk b

EnEknl IntUon lilcr^tur^

{^n

it

becomes

clear that

the Uke.

it

usd to be strong,

and of a golden hu*.

fn tRQ^Ieni; n;[nTUon of true history and not

merely papier fantssy.

PaDchnmuVihd Yantnt

Oqc

Aupelli^ to leam that even detailE>d descriptions of thi


of

JMnuriciyiT

vehicle with five openinga


It

In the four cardiniJ dlrecUons


It

rocV*^ and bomb*, fuels to be uaed and the procesj

of Ininchin^ tr* givfli j^ the

Mahabharat, various Puranas

mi

snd on top).

weighed

UO

Ratals.

iissd

to run on

d^ric
Its

hour. power ferrying a weight of 1000 Ealala at 10 miles an vra known aigtne was known *s Gfl|a. henoe the vehicla

"tn ordtt

10 dliiittgybji
cttviui^.

between Fantasy (like that of Ju5p


j^fl gj, ftccount of

Galaakarshana Pantrhamukha Yantra.

lit
in I

ibmit 1

ttgoj

true wenta.
if

W*

Mri^korshJUi Vnnent

^,4!"
*^^

* ci^r'^ has^^^^^ Position, "liWi never


*"

^or exprnple,

P*

^ kJ^J*
titt
trf

seen an ain;n)ft

w?re to
that th*.

cmptst
anil

These were vehicles driven with yoked emlmalS'

"""^

*^

^^

""^^

OiBturmukh
This

EUm Yantn
a mechflnlca! v&hlcle with openings

WM

onfour^^^

BicVti

fidudJ^J *'"'^^

CHinc* t
ibt nwulfa

the horiMfl*/* *tirvatloni made by Rama and Sl^ f^^jj^ ^ant,j jud can only come fi^* ttniQ^ ^^'^^ urily 8 ih horizon fr^
ii(fht at

^ ^^tina

tl> Artlcte tided

Thnologlad D^veto^iP^il

In

Aftrl^t lnli

J^^ *^

J(MW, Physic*. Deptt. Meemt Univflrtiiy. publiihed Me"! ''iwrth jo^mai, 1391 of iht IniUtutfl tut RewriUfif

t"

^^^'^^ "^'.^
^^^-

IM
Chandrflinuklia,

Artiichtkni,

Ratliam.

Pmcbwuri,

nujwuisy*

" ''^ ^rs-Tvunlrt

ii still

uwd in 9iim

lo nEgnlfy a veldei.

Veglnw. 3haki.yudBmja. MandaJ AgvBfiht, Ohuhamt jfnukli^*^ poisonous saa ba it moved. lu lound could be hei4 Itwd within JUrangedked of gsfl.jKJisonina ^ iggflwny. Peoploconung ^^'^^' ^^'^ ^"^ "^''*" ^"^"^ 5>>nlj. Ubhayamutthi. ^^J to so"^^^

"

/^
ukh

TriltotfLa*

Tripwihs.

Vtshwamykha.

Chantflaksara.

L mnO t^
.,l

wight of KiUl* *w3 f*mtl B rtiftl IIB frem ihp knotted root of

Tm *

tad crpertlnKS on

t<>p,

bottom

snfl

on

oii* nnl(.
jt

JruTiiiays.

KrDvyBd,

Shankhamukha. Ckimukha, Ambtraasyi.

R stajs.

^^
M-

TarBAJ7^^^i Ma^Juar^^s- VahJnee. Chakraang. Chattnk,

l^^WU
it

Simhakntu
could
tntrvfl

nTrichupul^'
hi

Pin^aaksh.

Pumhoot,

Amtareesh,

Bhedrashwa.

frw

i! iUfk* of I klnil

flf

graw. Alt^rtiatjvel^

Kuladhsr,

EaJab^adra. Shaaimali,

Pushpak. Ashladab.

wUhftaeifir f*^r.

Souiyayana^

DHiwyUu Yioln

These
It

may be

treated ofdy as a few 5podmeti* of a v<rry wide

ffit^
nvnd
end pEiJM

00 RiUlt'
nLlct

iMii

opffllnijs
](

on wlurii

with scr^wi.

e^t tnd wesL It inov^ qL 6 tn ilea an hour


to the

^ge

of

technologists
fuel uspi.

mechaniams invented and used by Vedic KienUsU aid simtlar to thoae which we use in our own tlm?5. Tlie
of the mechanisms the sViape, functions and components
in

iH^

or 300 Hauls.
Br described
jufcei tir oil-

most

cases. In several
in

cam

tiie fuel i?

\\^x^

Con$equently the nation

some qunitefa

thai the

TMft hid imly


Kiiali
It

^mt
wiLh

OfKninjf.
oi]

Ii

could

move
al

wonder feois described in ancienl a

lilej-aturt
ia

could heve been achieved


Aii

wdght

of 200

mov^
oil

by
exiracted
Il

yojjic,

paychEc.

spirEiual

power

not warranted.

thosi

from Kanchtoola seeds

or

sophisticated mechanisms and achievements were possible through

Bowluijiu

or on ttectridly. lo be

moved

two mOefl an

hor.

Jbmt tK^r

contraptions developed through auper-sclenlifl^

skill-

tame

iail of

oonve^Dr belts,

The Anclcol
hod ih* fcppatTHrre of i Ibn, had two opfininBS- l*^ "loved -Mjlhu upi 76 Riuii. ti could irivel boLh on land and In gir
Krtilract.

Qvm

Industry
tntditionally put to a

"Wi

Gema have been

fmm

adding a sparkle Lo a

number of uses. Aiart ^ms person's altire and appeanmce


oftfiit

"* "" Pimd or

were put to a

number

of industrial uses and wert

pulvenied

orchcmicaJly treated for medicinal usea.

*^

'

One

of

on the topic the ancient Sanskrit texts available

if

l^lln^ n

ran,.

ftatneprfideepikfl (literally
Its

'The Cem-Enh^btener')

lU&m into I6th chapter desl9 with pearla and groups


such
as,

lltor(e8

Hajamuktaphal

amoi^K P*a"* signifyinu the king


status.
'

Bit aLhwr

Qr D pearl of the royal standard


martuoiii tramii

and

l^amondj were di^^dl into four groups named Khanii" t '^'^'^ Kli]atS^). * ShflajH tf^i^J and Krilaka {^> ^^-^ ^^"^^
J'*";.

Tftnmmukh.

K"^'

IBB

lf7

ti-

-R,

lifri

oiwdwy

r*

of synthelk diamonds.

^_
P(irnat.

diimfflid. l,aid* ihr

int^-

26 sab- C*l*gon^,
ifif^'^PS

TO,e t^.g^^^

,jp dkim^d*

f^

feiw>

^ Wb

AB tbes*

l^etW
(=m)

men! Toned among ih* milliim-yMr' Kamayonic h&ppeninRg For inaLmce, Ayodbyi Ksnd, &z^ ^(^ait =' vfse B reads
J^I,^:3e^t

naval warfarfl

EnH^.^

diimond*. Tlrt brosil, to IQI vffKtia of


tli iD dltiiMBdi in
j^

COinmon t^rm

WcHnologi^ t*Kts

Is

Vaj

ugftl f^.

tpecfanffi

lUiuB Irom the technological text


.-

dealing

^ch

means

'
'

l>et

ijfffiVi^s

a asunder

peady u> iniercept-

bundceds of Kaivsta youtha ttay on the the w^eniy s na*y."

tlert.

The ancient Vedic science d^ing wTth warfare and armaments


was known as nhEmtirveda.

P^ffrH ftiwir Ht^4f*ir

w^
as

GunnHfrv
II

Diimcndi found
l^tol

in

mica

md
found

tho$e
in

found In

min etc. wre known aa Kfanljt mud sre known as Kulafa {^i
known
Shiisja

b
16.

Hamayanic terminology guns were known


"IdlUnij

as Shaughnij

(UUr^y
II,

hunreds'l 'Hieseare referred

to Ln stazas 12. IS,

and 17 of Canto 3,

sUnsa '^ of Canto

4, last

iiasm Qt Canto

Hbh

crystaJ

mtnes are

(Iwj,

Tbe

sunxe 36

of

Canto 3&. sKsnia

of Canto 60.

3tnu 3S of
fi6.

ijmUwUc ont was known as Krilaka rpT^J

Canto

6U

stanza 68 o! Canto 76 nd stanza

^ of Canto
injn.

Itea

the
,

^naltrtl

texts

on and on <m

naming

vaiiE^ia,

"Hifl

Ehfltaghni Ci.e^fleld

gun) waa made of

The ajndara
of

^hineliriiiics

uses . processes and aulhoriltes


FjcbcI

diamond ^xlraciiBn
synLhetfe

Kirnda describes a
I

gun us resembling the tnink (or br^ch)


sound.

no

pcocosing

proc^ssea
in deliil

for

mianufacturin^

huge tree. TTiese wero mounted on forts or were driven to

wmaidi BTt maitioried ^BQf nor any pri^'Bie


kiii

and yet neither any govemmwEfl]

battle- Fselda.

Thuy

ga^^'r?

out

&

loud

tiiiincter-like

TOs

induslrial

houw

or ficademy seems

to b
i

rfacription leuvcj

one in no donbt that theShfltBjjbni was atield-fun.


fire-

wy

utt or these expen HnciPnt Sanskrit t*iAs.

TTifs

imliaUdn tf how (ifnoranoe of hJstory lead$ to pauperism

The

modem term

arm

la

coined fPOtn iht ancient Sanscrit


scattering a
in

dtitijtii

twm
of

Agnoyaatra.

sniiiitflj

A bomb or rocket when fired bombs or nickels Is menttoiied


plunge
in

number

ancient Sanskrit
India since

llltrature.

1>

Tmamem.
Ul*y
in

which Russia
trying to

'^

America

are toiown

to t*

^
*s

Europeans and Arabs and others to the west of an ugv f^ darkness of ignorance
thff

been ao long

tosTna

intuitively ,anf,;t^

outdo e*ch crther were dso

sH^^^
^
Ijite

touch UFith Vpdii; c-xperti^e after

Mflhabburat wsr. that

^^

manthalled against

^di o^h^

"KkiA was known to havo boen ysl


aa I8tj; in
thft

In

modurtt Europ* only

r^"

Vy to
:::

,oriri

powers known a. l>ev.s

^^

=*;

siege of Copenhagen.
sclenljjt*

^^l^"" !ftaMl "3^"-

"^^^ -^^ ^^^^^ ^<- ^^--^^^ ^^


unStion ..pay liU and

*i"^

f.cillti.^

'^

^ ^ iUal emf^rglng in tJie latest ajTnnmtnU ihat ttusst* and Airteri


"wm
u> be tbr*at4!nmg Kich other with.

1>* indent Astra -vidy of the VedIc

may b >

m
T
dlfTwffll
ftnciefil

1S9

ist nniTinatfll enemy forcn by

impregft,t.

iimosphHc
fire,

Uyers

witb

lubsliirees

which

,^e mnd" ^\fii, Seiiw tU.


^^ *

ledwiiqvie

wai uaUaed
in e^

In iirigHUofi

Stadhul
Ci

France,
in

tmr Dmub* (U. Dinavl


thp Arab lands hajv^

worka an

giiffoeMim Tbose
rifcuidty, wilw.

*i>ri(nt

astrM cmJd change the

atmosphg,^
1^

p^

flftU

Jonlfln

JanardHnJ

gas,

smoke, dismse'carryinK ^ef7|7]

2 ildirriBai'on
[nistrttion,

5y?tni5 of ifreaL anttquity,

pasooOiiinpUlHcaufldASgrefitlMsanddejTnflnalizoUontoiheen
Alr-MTTil^t

Willomt British engineer

who served b India undar the BriUsh baa notM "Every canal wWch went oulhwanl.
I

and

electronicalljr

operated

instant

communtesrian wss !so known Ui incf^t Vedic derc$. 5^^ inrcless communicatiwi cwiVacl Tind? Jficntlon In iht Samflyarfflw
Bfvmn's
broitiFr \'ibhiBHBn

'lltitr

iLpd owl

become a river like tbe BbsgiratW. or remwned w&b originally a canei. They were ^ lflt "-^^ Matbebhangn and dug faJriy [wraUel to eacb other. They were spoctd
it

h9

dTTles In his

Sk armada

over

lianii't

^rt

tHfl*-

^^*^^^ ^'^''*

Pbiced.
of

rwnember

quite

wdl when
dead

fii^ hdQUfinrii seeking permission to land.

\^en
nntry
rivHT

10 line out s
I

system

canals for the irrigaijon of the

Wtuponi?
Thf andenl SfinsMt text Vnown
toio fi^e clB^es vii
(1 }

vas

astonislied 10
Just

on Ibe

map wes

fmd everywhere thgt h so-catlEd where a can^ should be placed."

as
]

AgsMP^nn

ctivi^^ wfij:^

YHDlramukla .c Lbose m^cl'ianicatly rkaatl:

{2)
l.

PmimukU

Ibos*

manusUy aperaUd. (3) Mukta-SandhsiriLi

UbI in

veracity of tbe Vedic le^^i Tbv tbovi extmct vlndlcstea tha the Sflcred ancient prince, named BbagirBth brought down

Ihosr #hich w^re Lhmsi and wjihdrami. C4)

j^ukta

W&k

Gingv from \ii sky-high

Himalayan hdgbls down

lo the

pl^s

viitA are unretBa^ed.


Rill being a very vast subject Ibe *ampliTn5 jpven abov? should be

and charted it? course to the sea.

That was a gignnljc and stctacolar

fli^neering feat

enough to astound tbe enginn and administrators


I'^eg^on.

we wiB
enough

Teave

at that-

Bm

of

uiy

a(;e

and

Eo indicaie thai duraij


In 1800 A.D. Dr.
ajricultuffl

an^mi umes

Franda Buchanan

made

survey of

InttJwi

all

kinds of expertise

from merchandise-^aimrKiuit

ana mimdE^rmaTienLa to luyst&y yogic powers had beera devdoped


aniJ cuhiviiLed.

India and nnanciHl gyatem on behalf of ihe British East

The greal strides Europe and the U.S.A, sMOi

CtHnptmy. His report published in three voiutnea is titled

BuvhaMn

>

Ifi

te miJunjj today are a repptitinn of ancient history.


tm^aliuii \Dij S*vi[iiHun
IrrUpdkBY and ninngatitm conglJiuled a branch of
aiigiTKled that laws or this

Joamey

t)rom

Madras
'

h that be observes
tnAi
VedJc-sdemw
J

was published from I^ndon in ISTS. irrtpticin At Condaturu T saw wie of those Hindu
etc. It

K V Vbm h
ii.

branch may pussfWy


a

t* JmbMlt!3 in ibe i^aniag of Yajur^ed aasocial^d with Vaahlstlu

'"TJP which South India was n\waya famous. II was ratrvoEr formed by shutting up w(tb an miincral bank an opening bttwwn two natural ridgea of ground. The sheet of water was wjia *i or eight mHes in ienjrth and three miles in width imd
lof

"""^

Wbm Vte ^ oama

set San for India he employed in ipiid* him from the African contlnmt to the *fl^

H^"

'* Out

in

numerous small canals

to

Irrigate

Held*

in

lb* uir

'*a9i...,tba rtsei-vdr could Irrigate the lands of

32

villages duriflK

'dnnjgbtofismflntha.^'

H* adda.

"On my way
caJlerl

to Areot

sa

'i""^^^'*

splendid

oW

' ^iL2! 12!^" ! ^


*

>' 1. -^11

known

It,..

IM EKyP"^

"'"'5*1

rmtrvoif,

>|

'S oboui thd Coverl P,K. the resei^air e^trnt "f and thr.* bj^id and reililiws considerable

cigbt

^W *M

part cf

ihir

ancient Vedic world

^^

'
nt:

ISO
nev^^r

rtKU^lrv

M^ed

!>uWi<:

work ^lh mone


to

afltiflf,,^^

later
^

,[enfl--^"
ib*

durij^ ^*ania e Hfettme. Th explanation Ei Hn^ j^^l) a5 ShankaT^charya, VaahisL and VigbwimJifli)

UkJt mattA

siiueifork wiJl

pmna
Tndia.

"*T

thm

mjoy.
I

^p

**'*^""^hf*
In

ev^ry Inqumbenl who succeeded to be asauined by Vedic hermitB^e-eBUbliahmetit.

Ukrvis*.

north

Fai^hpur

Sikri,

ma^niflj^j

l^etarwto*. "*='*^^
Li

^P'*^ ^^ Skadwar Rajputs (fnls^

a,^^

AWarJ.

WW

ift^lt

ilw

Ott GmK*

on the banks of nn ai-Ufical lake by datnnilqi pEfSflpi Thousands of ^uch fmKation projecrt sen^
.

flircfaft

were known

in

ancient ^mea.

ballMn* and

tea

^ere

ebo

known.

These

contrivances

ail

M nhistrfovi

rauatraiJQn& of lbs heights of ewceUence at which tbe

^.J^nected

and follow one in every eg?

mother

closely.

Some

Vlie fdflice of irrigation

wginMiing stood.

^"^

different brajiclie Tbf MflLsya Puran meniions 18 experts of Bhrugu. Airi. VastusLha, Nand. of enginwiing whnok^y Uj he Mayi. Vishwskarma. Nsgnfljit. VisbaJe^ksha Purandarn Brahm&H
,

^2rit

are quoted hereunder from an ancient references to these technol^cal test known as Agasiya Ssmhlm.
[

jjrvf

^^
^

Tiffew aflfe*

^(^

Kumar Nandeesh. Sneunak, Carg,

Vasijt^ev,

Anit^ddhs, aukri

^|in^53fft

^^ jftHM
f?^TR

TWEfWI^
'pi*lHft
I

It

and Brihaspsti. Of these the leKl which deals with the construction NMrad ShJlpSomWli A coi^y of K may b$ of ftiru is known

^^TR?^

^iW^

iviiUiile

BtibelnienuiUoiml Academy of Sanakri Beseai-ch at Mysora,


as a vehfd e moving through Th above stanH describea an airersft over water. The in which a water- craft seQa {h air in the mentions silk as an ideaJ material for baSkKma and

Sciencx of Wnrfsrc

w^

Andaii Sanskrit t^yts on the science of warfare, wriiten ly VBhiil^ Vtohwantii, JamadaKna, Bhamdwa). and Dushanaa haw

vwae then
parac'butea

because of

ita

elastidty.

^m puy ished
ii yxy

in ihe

Punjab Oriental
.

Sei-ies ,

Veishampayiin

'

s ireatlH

m the Medres ManuKript Ubrary


ShuwiB4ihaf'
Oliier
.

Also svailaWe there

is a

lraU

About boUoons s sample stanza

as under

known Uxts on tbe topic ars> ViktramadH}/! Vwrahvariyair. KodundBmandan Kodanda Shastra by King raieep.

VBHuriji Ptwi
,

Vnllflbh afsd Brihst


>
,

Jyotishamava (of the Venkausbv^ir


sknt a very few of Ih e oumei-ous Sar
bj:s;^cli

Bartibs>'

Th* are only

meanhiff Uiat

one can soar

*dotb fflld in the skies with an airtight

ma^ltfplMies tbiL eidst and eu$ted on the


It

of learning-

U on

the bull of

thew ila

tbai ihi irainEnK

and

^'^^^

"^"^ urn Cables


Cnria and cables Peq^lired In ancient indusftiry Are descnlwd thus
"

oT
Hi

prbnn tnd ndbHIiy of ibe mdent Vedk world ( an mwitiorw (hi Rmnyan, Mahahbarat and the Pui-anos) was conducted.

Bncjeni Vedic LrfldJUon are Ukely Lo he baffled Idff^Sal nuiitt qe tmirwnt Mma. Iwdi:rt (md preceptors contEni'f^ In mtm KvrfJ g^nwaUqiu apari. For inatanw. o"* ^'*
irf

&udnM

mvml

<4i!iiiH^^<.^

(fwfiTi=^: ^frr

II

or

aif V,.b,Hrt

in

U* Umta

of

*=^ Harishthand and a^^"

"^

above stanza

s^,

liine slender threads

combine

to fona

m
R^^hni. to n,ake ,, PM.^ r^ln.

^d

^cifitioti

of

that
"

anrfwl Vedic Sanskrit vnHous branches h6v

iflrm

Hltr\

9. S

7 .. e H^^;

m""?^

apecialliing

to
to

fimlllanai

e*rTT.

td
flf

tW
tbt

ss Rappu [n Europe, la be mis^^Ued Iteiiu came above *rtract l^iiicaie cunwt spfitWnjt 'rop The
'

*'^"ril^ ^ttj the


'***^!h
*P^''
^J^*''^*'^

ttfientinc

tmport oT nich ImnB

bt able to

code ta lead to freat tecbnoloylcit tecreta. Vodlc scienttfic is thsl Lbeo^qgirtB. metephysidst*, IB happening wlal
"

sJw

of

ti!

^'"^s

^"'^

^*^^" needed ard used

in

phflrflop

Wa

apl ritufllf 3ts

and morelisLs alone bib treEiting the VeJaa


situation

^^pj^g '^^

shodd

cbflnge,

Ev^ry peraon

**
Atrtlf>il

Tallies

i^inany
were m8d&
in

bivncii of learnmg b& hot the humanities,

xiend^

^^^^^h/ioiogicaf divfuhn

rnsy ctiS from the

Vedw

the h^hest

AJr^Ugtit lextllw

sndfnl times with

allk Ireatdj
tlui,

Z^ttCi'i^'

ru/es

snd

secrets of his owit branch of kno^isdgi;.

wftfa extrert* of ligti.


vflrirties

JKk-

fnilt,

msngo.

Akshfl,

Kadamb.

of Mj-rabolsne trees end of t^rtsh. Silk Ihug prooegssi be further dJpped


fcextiles

lediplB'I''B
-jhe

ysed

tC'

ai

9 galuticm of 5es-$t]3l powdr

ujj

sugar,

Lftwr ihese

Irom Uie

were hurg Tor diying, Som slaim Agasiya Samhrta describins; tbe above prowas ry-e>

jj^gjcrfl^ thfl

as AgBstyflmat dEfuies (md 6ndit Sajiakrii text kn&wn under ;technique of elecimplatinff

3n?j5I5^
gpi

(TriTR

WiS^H^II

tl

5^

^
in

^Iffift'

wtr^fl

II

Blbliflgftphr

How (V andent
in* line wires
ia

Vedic scfentists

made

batteries

by u^ng
:-

wppfr

dacribed

the follov^g stanzas

on Vedic A biWiojraphy of such ancwnt Sanscrit texts been B i'ar as th^ are known to be available for lefertrns hEi CalsEoiflnim by pubUghed in three volumes, titled Caiatogus
TAufrwht.
AddiUunaay
tests on menlbn of n numher of Sanskrit Vaw i^ Mfljcf ^ b?n made in articles by K.V.

technology

Ve^
-

5*3^^

Hfer 7t^. ^ n^H^l


i

II

*:hnE>loer has

Godre pubLTghed in

ShUp Sansar monthly.


Kamnaudr,
Nain>i>^

TRRl

|n^
EIVI

ri:^.

,pj,^=^,

,1

W
MoLUr

CO.
1*^
I'll

Joshi or273

T^ made avery t*aLnstsldn|

which be ewUIV auch hterature and uaeful extractj Wiregervedly supplioa ifl ell ihose who seek his helpof ill

"

The tube

railwayi. that

have

ho

laid

out through

'^^li
'<*

in

and

W5iem paUna of woHd, Vdic

prewd^jnl countries have n Vedic

'^^^!^ *^
y7

jub^ax* " udmliitBLrttort auch

m
10 be provfdwJ tor Ibe

wcepe

atiKki Dn t*

ewmy

besieged fores or for for undetectable communication


cff

su^j^
and

hi Indi"

*^K* burinew

it

Is to arcttt for

wash Twm

W^ "^^

inanuacripts of

V*dk

knowledge utd kMfi wpp^ylnt

^'^''^ertem

acftdemloe, laboratOTi^a

and

ladvftriaa.

U{^
(fi

tff

the sndent mfinsions* forta^ p&lac) and

temple ii^

uldUty

ai^^i

expcr^Js^ of the audtaA Storiphfln^


similarly

"^
tii

wwh uDdw^rouixi pessages and caverns. For inat^nce^ the Kils Mk { undw Muslim occupation since Mohamad) haslftbyrlmjijj uwkTTTOuivi tunn^ md chambers built in hoary antiquity -nr^

Britaiii

has been

lauded

h^ exp^rti.

(jb8fl>'V8tory

(j^prVaUon

^^^^^^^ ^^p^ [n
^^

masonry ere a

peculiartti/ of andftii

^^^^

^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^^ indent worW.


idai
thousands

m
b

Ki inlCTTnUonfli
a

Vedk

shrine of the recUning Vishnu,

h
!

^roup of brave M^adevi commandog n^^ surpriw siiack lo rec&pttire the shrine they held out for $cvn|

dfuda of

anoint

Sojiskrit t*xts desling with Vedic


avallflble in tbelr

Novimber 1?7? *hen

\Mic thotigb

lantfiiiahinff

iU>i Kgainsi heavy odd^ in tbt^e VBu]t$ atid grottos.


the Uttsr

'^^Z^^^ tmiecogni^
expertise
tyf

and un^tudi^.
illustretes

tlie

vanisbed dvHizatlona

mce agan

Pndesh legim of

India in the

dty of Sunliy
is

v^^of

nucttiatlng fortuitea

ti

in Kndeni Vtshnu temple


occupation and

known

ns HaiimDJidal which

un^

mav

be dead

y^

it

namely that though Aie. Mayi. would be wr^ng to deem them to

MutHm
living

a being

misrepresented as a mo^ciiteH TbRt


to

Tba^aTfoi^^t

tribes.

J.,t s.

^ry g^^^on h^ Its <^ptsi^

Ihf pn-Embuiatcffy passage has been partitioned

make aamv
lefld!i
ivliile^

rooms and

ihfi MrtiJe

entrance to the vaulted tunnel


roiit

tfmr di0th E^eiy who become unkn^^ on tednn^m Z^cotnm^^es who in co^ofilm.hi^inu,

.JL^

^ Mf

ftt

oui Qi those up.

pt^docU by a subterrBnean

haa been

nK paJace at Tanjnre tn south tndia Ma

Gwiei or Vcdk Culture


such secret undergn?iind

Tbee^amer^tbinmushn of Dhaka,
TkA,
colourful,

the gold

^ddedso^
the

M
a

royal

.are^

Of

Varans^,

Tanjare

is

the ffimaos Saraswati Malial library which hss


aciencca

tnanufa^ured in England
b^adinga

by an

Indian. Uie

maaswe

^flhiraitwjvB

eoHecUon of andent lextg of Vedic

vd

standing

ail

over

the andent world,


mi^^iles.

^'^

" ^J^^'^
^" ^^f''"^^

tiinobcr. The bibliography of h number of texts known as UpVedu paUlihed by the Ubraiy la known YamaJashtakam and nuy be pttndiMed.

int^-a(*nar travels and inter^ continental


hovering on ^r^cushions of
>iattn;i *^ch as

*o"f '^^^

zooming throu^
.

th* skies,

Triahanku the wonder

n^edicaJ

*mmiber

of princely lioy9

and tslibUahmenta

in

TndJa

Bticb

the ma.tei> of the

mysterious science of

"taZT *^ ^^ m^T^
u J- f Muihin hividft,

^***"^

Jaisalmer.

Jammu and

Nepal

still

have

lar^e

MntH>] of a imited
of years

*orid humanity throughout the

^"^f^y^^T;. W- '^^ f^^'^'ZL for muu^^


lflinrwBP'

''*''*'^''

^'^'^ ^**"
iJl

"""^^ TEwiuKripla despite hapJ of **^^ *^ ^heir minions by ChristUn mJ

and the prepagation of a single universa!


of tlia

somt

unaurpawed

glories of

V^dw

culturt.
all

oyer ibt world.

Mile memory beinfl

short, prttvenblally very


.

s^ch

St

w^^

ta

Eunmita ..ZZ"^ ^'P'Wfcri.

**^ ^"* ^

^ avalbble

In tranalaiior^

^'li>i8s been ignored and forgotten Moreover. 1^*^ "^f J 3* (^^ailwi anla, different pe^ta sruch as

"""^j^

To tW. dny i^*nd watem

MU^^^

wid wckroeches

Vcdic cuUut*

i*

onn imsUBJ**^^

^^^J^^T^

\Ti

For

Tnrtfinct-

droii often

those flddkHed Ut Heavy drfnksr j,d ^^^^ dt^udp ihemselves mto beSJeving that the

veringly hy

its

nan end only

*ciflntirk

oonclunom tbout

Soma

Vedic culture rs-wJ aiid puiraviad by

wa9

Jso an inebrj

^^"^ rn phystc^^^

^* ^*"^^

"^^

^^

tecwrtly of

Shiva ar^ gniUried bj^ ^ drtnk or that Indian deitiea like wayward talk misleads the masses of dmi tml Uquor. S*jch becaiisg being incfi|>flble of original thinking are In the U'n^ most of tham multitude and adopting the unfilterai^ of blindly foliowins the

minK from space fl^


^'^'hlfl

to earth sTter.

wbel would aeem to

Wm

duration nnding several new gflienfligiu u very short interval. Andmt Smikrfl on earth during ihBL

^^^

bom

unpenned majority view.

^^^^

leaving on pacesortSat actual accounts of persons rt record find all thsr contemporaries dead and gone to (jBTth to

Vedk Coim*)OB Mad

wjta Highly

KiwLeaeablc
landing

be noted that conclusions presumed to be (ht moat idvftftMd sd^tiflc discoveries of our own times were so conrnionly

h may

who made iHeir Aral Ameriran spacemen would find a close similrily between told thBl Ihcy ^ J non. T^^ we^ proved the ^rth nd the

m the irsMn
Uk

wn

Itnown to ihe andsita as to find expression in the talk of

!frr^ot

th(

rZsy

mosi humbVe, poor,

iUiterate people.

ST
"Buroptans
huin&ci

the hov pt innta,r.ed VMic Bslrmi^y has iince Moo. .1* ' which ha. broU away f> ^^

^,^

M^cU
^'t
l^8t

por Instance, only aboui

hundred yesrs ago


In

rJ w^

of .he E.lh.

Mod. ^^e. h

enly

=%
d^

presumed our earth a the only planet

space sporting a

f 1!^

Mar= bears

Ibf a close similarity to

EaMh. But

populfltion. But Vedic parlance invariably refers to diirfnity as Lord

of the ononintable miUians

and

billions of other worlds.


milliwi

17;^ ySt"r^ of the ,trct.l Wnship 1'Tm" tbo.h that b. been lon
past by Vedic sages.

t^ween tl.

established

f.

Cb.

Vedic tradition talks of a cycle of e^es spanning 4320

yan. CorrspMidkaly

the dailies of

7th June. 1980 quoted

Dr.

PonnKnpepiins, bead of the Tjboratory of Chemicd Evolution, tfSA a laying that from clues found in Greenland his co- workers hid
oondluded that "life
is

Uko the Greet The .anie, of oc^Btdiation. mere .a Ca.. M.ior ^d Cani. Minor ar.
Vedic imes.

Bea

"-^

IJJ"^^

The iiame Canls


is

is

actu^y

Uie

S^'""
^

^^
^"^

-^
.

as old ae the oldest rocks on arth.


.

llJ*

T.e pl^et Jupiter

8 of tht eanh bu been egtim sted at 4


for Uf* Id

bQli on

years The
.

coniitifflis

the fact Sanskrit. Vedic parlance. Therefor*


than
all

mat '^jT'^.TZZ^^^^^ p ^^^


combinei
is

emerge were almost there when the earth was formed.


4.3
billion!

oth**r planets

a Fact

known

lo

vu

Iram immemorial siitlquity.

Ho very lose i$ 4,6 bfllSon to tmjUvdy> slijfhi difference betweas


debited
ketj)
t<>

Even th^
The Sanakrit name
for Saturn

the unreliBbOlly of

modern

bubbSng up iQ be pricked and diapraved by some "^ ^i feMJly a^tomttml flndlhg. The mistake, if any. is on ihelr mO* Wcau during Ibt lt ioq hsvt bn

sdentific

b* the two figures must conclusions which

Shanfliscn Is Hhftnflischar
is

which

Htcrally

m^s

^ ^^
^^^
^^^

-alow moving- And


trross

Satam

'"^^.^

/^^

yttn lo
^he 30 to

each Zodiacal

division. which

"

"'

2"'

45 days taken by a

number

of other cei

^eara

Weatem

acholflf^

uooBWvely puihlag b<ck ihe inLiquity of ibe world trom nrrrvSy B.C, U, tfttovl 4.6 bniion UX wMe Vedicamdition has stood

*^

The Vedic Sanskrit name of one consiellaHon fnears oiaeriy. TU lustre ia ranked I'Jth " *'

^^^^ ^ i^
^^^^
^^^
yoore
,.j^ni.ffl*

the q^e of Jyestha alias Anteres

is

<?oftC*m

^^SEi^e* In his

book

titled

The

Siorr of

Mifwoo-y

'

ISO * ^ttle short of the middit

1,

tyiife^ flint

fwhkbHirfrt^bdJUf

youthful

^^.j^rttEon

[a

^nt.

kcii

w soMrdJr^
ja

^'''dosmfc
tn

^^'*^ taJendar compulaUon tb cuirem


year of the coamic era

tt

Eumpn

]<tn lb*

Mmn

f .poiJi

R" "Jd
t>j

Ut look irke s "ma

W "^ (t^ih
.

th* we

ire pMffing throuab.

era which ued to b ohswvfld hy tU ^^j^ coamic

humm
VedJc

VwJJc irwlriion the

moon
'

chariot
is

is

diflWR

hfiTH.

thpsu^w"^
-

Iha

worfd

under

Ihft

imtverml

TV
moon"
r

very

nim*

Moon

'

rroiu Tie

Vedk
"

.^nelcrit Mtrol(H[ii;^

lilinsrtanc*. In 3JS>tril

mifvd

' Ifl

toiomi as
a

mun \
'

Aj,d
is

in

tslr^i^

the breakdown of Ibe univffMJ VedJc aynan ^Tiitration But with the Kfili Sernvsl, tha Yudhlatlr ak. Wtrarn e(ta guch 83
ijihof

perwrines the mind


ill

mKitnlly
this

to^cwn

why ie whft " luniUc rmMning alru<^kb> Ihemvm 'I


flf

peon. That

viL

ntto

era, the Shativahan the Christian ^^^ be intTOdu*^ ^"^"^

Bak.

the Hljri San

etc.

Fnam
ki

ll

may

be

lem

that the a*em[Pifl:y

European
'

t*rni
" .

mrjon

q^jlkmion Requlf**! To St-n

^ ^^* A Ntw Em
own name,
ther* was
is part of the
citiien below

physiolouicit term tin ^rtrtrii strolnKical end

mun

Ard

th

day nam*d ift^r the

moon

ii

Moondjay

alias

Monday ie,

prflclice only those nikro or admlrtTslrtton y^oocmyng to Vedic

Mundij,
InfaJliWe

AH tto

indJcBiflS

how

tncienl Vedjc iraditM/n embodies

bein an vETt entitled to


ygjir ooamic era.
the

en

in their
thflt

who

ensured

no

truth! oT Ui* UHmitftWe

civwnw

o( outer

space and the Ktinj

fimtimml
The

fflveelinj

dlvjiw ijraap of ooam*c

astropl^cs.

poverty line and

no person

llvinu

on horrowlnas.

We

may^

Cmk

Er
rf

The mmpUi^ dteJ ibov of how BstronomlcaJ CTMluiEoni

conclude ibat the ancient rulere Vtknmidilyi tnd tb^r own nanvea had draw Shtlivahin who pronmlgated erss In Vedic cujtiu^ passing the lest mentEoned above. Thus under
tbfl^ott. safely

on

bQp> nUqdty

hold gwad

^en

today thquld Indue* reader* il

Tvmy lUlua had

it*

own

test of ejcdlaice. But that standerd qf


the purity of

io ndmitthv vilidJtytif the raamic era as kid At every

down by V]Jc
tins

Hcellpnce prscribed
tradJUpfl^

wa$ something over and above

behavlcur

demanded by Vedic

tradition of vcry ifldivtdual. Tbua


astir

Vedk

riUal day In

end day out. fr&m

bejlnnlni

nerybody from a Shudra to s Brahmin had to be

from about

of ttmt, tnvtj

wonhipper has to summariu amon^i^

tilB clwitJi^B*

Hw t^a
an

that haa iHi^piKt tUice the lut deduce uplo th? perfonninCt

prendaea. to follow a routine of ablutions, cleaning the enaurinj bath, piiyalcal yogic exercise, redtBlion of vows about

<30 i.m

of lh TtUJiJ.

ThuB an accural* limflially


ii|{tn

In

bi-in^r

maSnLflJned

in

Pity of

conduct, takine

cow

'a

drugs and milk, abaUinJng frcm


full

unbmkm

link ihroui^wit the paL,t

ihrQU((h verbal rccitatiw

hmfd

drinka and then putting in


in life.

^y '
,

^^^^ **^*
is rK>

"*

by mmfxLk 0? nvjuthi bU over ih& ye*^^ wortdn of thif number of ihmii ha^t ^imi ainw the begin nlng of lime. AccoriUnif ^** tUviiw, Kimt^uUriHii automatic coamic cdcuhLlona which |OWtffl

pffofWartfltlcm

Under Vedic

prtctloe

then

hotlday

MWch because each day ia full of rich, coJourful


*<*l^ly ensurina variety, gaiuty. cotour

sOcWly

puiT^

vrm and Interat, So theff

*J3

We. th
rnn

wipM
rt^ir

llWfcd
rtitx

i laau 4,3in million hirnim yvsm b*ifore the del'tH* Utf i,w of ^id cjvJlimtSrjn*. u a pupH wipes hta al

PO^om^
'dtUB,
hi

On^tf

0^^

,swd, ^ t,^ ^^^^^^ ^rtb ti tJ"!" la why it b(otn<--* difficult Lq tf "* or iU(wlm]^t^ tUiitory ii' tit the pciMl
^rf

^^

eviry f^llW boredom nor fatigue. Kverybody worked lnc5art|y of the yw, Ther* was no flU-pp*e. no indotenc* ^rdnwa. Each rlbini; day brouBht In ita train its omt

m^M

$^

^'^i

witJwut Mid obllgaUmia aa laid dowrt by the VJic citaidir

^^o^nlng a burden to oneself or to tha aoctety.

U eamm*

tpp,

^^^ ^^j^

^^^ j^^^

^^g

j^u(t(*

'

of the word The Ssnskril oriBin


indication

'

Nsvy

alias

Navi

of

India

beirvg

tho

originator

of

navi^Uoj,

^
^^^

jhlli-bunditW

Consfquw^y

"^""Id naval fleeis

nnd menchnnt

mimTje,

of IfflasFngw hips. urods. ,xrtitn bankKi on Indii for ihe supply

md

tBttt*S:liip*'

nl Ceylon URtI) contains the Tn 1735 a vessel was buflt at Sural fo^ fotlowmf Informfllion and an officer was desspalched from Bomh^ the Esst India Company

MurtnyH Handbook

I* India

LEADERS OF VEDIC SOCICTY DBAVIDS THE


I.e. mmtora. supervfaora Dr^"d5 were the leaders V^c.Sanataa, Hindu, fiulttire of tbe ancient Arya,

U> inspect

it.

Being

much

pleased with ibe skill iind inteHigwwe

^ds

rfias

l/>wjiNaushinvan|L... this offtcer endeavoured fiftheParsi foreman,


t^

j!!m.LriLtors

penuBdehim

to leave Sural and take

ebai^ of Bombay

Prum

Itiiout

tbe world.

And yet

tbeir

,.t

role has eit^r

liial

of tbe ( Bomljay) docks Tsa d^^ to tbia the superintendence In ^71 two [frandsons of Low^i, bffn wholly in Ijs^'ii*^ family entered Lht Bab-maoii Jumsbedji and Manikji Framji
too3..,'nn*ir sons dockyBnl...,They built two fine ships of 900 Cormvallia friBntfl for acceed^ tlwm. Jamshedji in \P(r2 built tbe

completely misimdei^ood. dan ^oti^^ or


Sfcltu

Sumtiiti tn

Europe
isolated

In

Europe tiny,
an

groups

galling tb.ir

t>iemselvw DnJids

ni^^aln

^igmatic
imd

secrecy

about

o^zat^n a^
<iiiafnt

the East India

Company end

Ilia

success determined tbe Burnt

(kFVtrnment to order tbe wnstruction of


at

sMps

for th& Poyal

Nw
tona,

TKiWIcations

come out once

in a while

the open to pay public


In

i^,& Lo the Sun


1 Shivi Sambita.

on solstios and equino^s


i:^

cernnoni^
Es

Bombay,

in 1S20 tbe

MlndeuT^ and ComwalVis-74

of H-tS

One veiy ImriguSng fact

that

among

their publications

bs^

tb& MalilMj-74, the Seringapatum and

many

other ships of wir

Obviously thai

wM

te an anient anskrrt
foimuJae

were

built, including tbe


Alt

Can^aS^,

of 8S guns.

ibese vessels

were made

M]sm1 tbe Cakuiia-e6 and Uae awp of leak..,.


a

t^
Is

somesecrei ^atamingcbants In praise of Shiva and posatbly nssion. But now far generating through nuclear fusion and

power

OBh. wOl last from four la five limes as lonjf as one of En^ljsb

Tbt

old

Lowil Castle, a meiianLman of about 1000 tons

1^"^

aJtttn for the title


TliB

there

ia

Vedic about nothing Sanskrit or

ii^

to have

made voyags
Briiiab ibip

for nearliy 75 years.

Tht

SeahDne with Nelson

tben only

Ifi

J^
^^
'^

old) on boanl Bj-rivcd In

Bombay

In

BorftW I775,...aiip3 built oL


as srep

rt not only
buDt
la

strong, but aa
ctf

handsame and wcll-flnisbed

Druid niufii esoteric Urjs of the leJfta, ^ EbijSlsb. This has been the fat* Of all ancient Sanakrit Scandinavia t^ IntliHilivg the Vedaa, in Europe. For Inst^ce. in W^ '15dda ^r\i of the Vodas ^ survives, though spited as arcientmffl ftfitftiia have remains tbe $mi

booWrt perhaps contains

some

any part

EuTOp*.,.The timber and plank of wJ^^"^

*ndinavJan scripture

are byHt,

far exceeds any fn Europi! for durability lh^

lalM m stufTed with fairy nsadem languane instead of the ancient Sanskrit chihts.

all

been changed, Edda

"

but

It Is all

UBUil for ihipa to last Wl to 60 yeara (Rfff> Travela in


Afriet, to

^"*

Abraham PtrMni

laOfi,

LonKmana. London)

Thewiwftinsuuices of the Shiva Sambita and *^'^^ '^' ^'^l" but losing thr conlita may be likened to

ihaVcdasi^nij

m
203
f il
I

found

^c^

1-^ bard sheU and shnp, W=ft<>T^c rvins with

^
(^

^QiU^i
1^ po*^^^

gaf,
_^

th above thecry. Every oiw of be 90 absurd aa an IrraUonal dortrin* ihcruW baseless That such
section of the Engiisb' educated Indian public

itint

of *"rliiiff,

mi^e

^Ig*--

^^^

'"

^*^^^^
ils

^^v

j^ Ijy 5

stuffed

bflli^i^

^.^ ^^^ dlcpla)^ *" * sRW-dugt and ancienl Sanskrii, V^c od out and destroyed. AH i^^tt, occupied hy Chnstln^ity and in rtgion? i^vad^

show-qpse wlih

bcn^

daniffit^

Uluairft^
People

eKsmpureB how a^allow thoughts, ideas and wncepla fed U> tbem
of "il^ tutoring. It
alli

H^^jrvHTsimiUr m^
nd [slam^

^l*id of doing

g^

oridnal thinking.

We

shall, therefore, clsrify

^e
f

issue

b^eunder.

^rgwahthoM
^puTided

scnptxires the Druids

alias Dravids too

g^

^^^. and
is
i

Dr^vids.n.H

Racial Gr^up.
is

of

t^ Vedic
But

L^ almwl eJrtinel wilh out. Tirferina West Asia. ca]ty in Europe and

Ibe near

iirpst

not e race. Arya

a Sanskrit word signifying a way

aJfes since Vedie culluT*

r Indii. its

Hinduism survives to a great acttjit l>t'avids form an ImpfltUM int^ectua] leadership. Lbe
of Indian society.

rTaodhood

elevating the IndividuBl soul through a disdplimd hfch aims at ^^^ ^^^^'""
I,e.

i^a

and pppminpnt component


But fvai
BriKonceptions
in

L T
1
I

^^^

^^

^^

to the
re

Pr^8tma
is

level.

This

is

the elm and goal of 1/edie

That

diKlpUne

why it lays down strict rules of moral conUnence beginning f>w guid^ ^tt, i^lat^ry sacraments

India, the Dravid of

community

is

envetoped

In

lni^naUd stage

b^use

fliucitors either igrorantly

l<^g ^peH of B.itisb rule when BnUh or deli-beralfily sowed Jissensions among

variM! sertions of lh Indian public*

TV

AbsiM-d Aryi'Uravid Oonnici Thtory

extending to the poat mortem. Anybody behavvotir to those Vedic standards of prepare to live according not a pem^ent extlusicm^ watched an un^Arya. But that penitential reverb nuj I.e. fl sort of With I 'prayaschitta' ct*hent again an industricua and uld be re^sdmitted to be once

mi

w^

member of the Vedic system.


ibe is

Om

has poisoned wduloualy ingrained misconception which


that

public ininei of 1 sectkm of the English -educated ire i separate dar^t- skinned.
of
tndia Ttifv

m^
J

Vedk Cocfitpt of Codhood


vs. IJravid contr^v^. To comprehend the absurdity of the Atya

vnM

the vbfi^ tfroup which occupied

were

invaded

ty

some

alien

faJr-skiniiw

1^ us
supefifff

nx^ miderstand the teim

Ai^^a.

The

V^ "^^^^^^!j
*^

Suukriv- speaking tabes

known e? Aryans. Because Of their

^
is

object or in^^^"^!^ SB-pervading. Therefore every visible


divinity and con^dered to be a manifestation of

Vina irmi the Aryans drove the Drevids La the south of the

tdi^^^

^^^fj

wbU* Ihey remdiwd content wUh occupying the

nortti of li""*^

vlth the

Sh
ft

to th*y idopied and Bdmitied the Dravidian deity Shiva

Aryan p&Atheon.

Redpro^ly

TtL mcing fof Senskrit


in

KhoWihip

Svitkrit but.

cuiUvated gr that they not only they also adopted the entire Ary*^

the rkravids were infected

withiU"*

Vedic immanent godhead. Consequently supreme godhead sub-divided into numerous "^"'^*'^^ ^.^ godhw-K *ach pnrt represents the supreme
or each deity
I"

culture

s^^

integral

part of LhAt godhead.

"3

like

one pe

^^^

f hfe |u!dd by LtH Vedic ceremonies from the enienfltal poiimortml ii^^t. sq^ ^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^ believe, tbai th^^
riiAd

'WW

upon as the head of the famBy

i" ^

^^*'

^^^^^^
"Lrivrtt

bAVMi
t duii

tt Aryins

about ad Lhe Drsvidiana. since

^^ ^he ^.,^ as father by the children, as bos. by his nap " * iuboPdlnal* an uncle by suijerior,

>^^>^

"

his

fi'

Thus the same


ja

lonti

or lDv nd hal nlationahip.

"^^iii. The aame

th* Vedic

different individual apjars concept of diwn,ty.

^^^ i^

^^

j SPM-

2fM
VdJc dftiies represfflt
It

the

ill

jupivme govflmin^ po^p^

m
^^

uitrwT*.
peoci
I?

is tJie

*aiTW *n SUrl** sdminlstralfon,

Prom

the

sovwa'gn or presidenL every ind cltrk U) ihe highest bureau^^


In

w!!
|j
.

* link

the chain of

supreme gov^mmenUI

authority.

ow

sift^ stiprttu*

intUvisiljIe

authority percolating through

K,

the hoaify past crossed Ite Vlndby of education -cum -training cent aniL-nbef of VJk; 6fiiabli5bed A peninsular India. Everaince South-bdUna throughout havt *"itui* r>ravfdB though even among called them collectively

^a that 8B

Agagtya

in

flfl

the

U) be sub -divided, yet dffTerm* componwila. appearing remajninj iD prevsding, ii also eniaig in undMdHl. Saux divihtiy *5 91^^^^

Kannadlgag. Andhras end Tamtlians have their awn J^ayslee** the lfinguag end scripts. T^at they all and partly even

Merent

TlKfrfor* worshtppinff divine idols for those with faith


Is

iii

tb^^

a perfd.lv rttional activity. Contrarily thosre


idol

who

vehemently
in

oppos?
sUjnffi
.

worship

are befeig

undujy unreasonable
.

ejfdudijw

collectively grouped aa Drevids despite y^jj^aghtrtanB continue to be scripts and speaking different Uuguagea writing differ^it tbdi* that they all belong to a common andent fold of Vedic,

Inditrtw
^itffkrit

pictures and caricstu res

Trom the dJvine dom ain Vedk culiui^


full
.

centres in peninsular tidifl. Another atrofig proof

is

thdr

on

U other

hand permits everyone

scope to pray and

worshiji

jfcdoraiion

of and Firm adherence to the Vedic wa(y of

life.

icconling to his or her indi^ndual faith All thai Vedic culture demand
18

The Other Misconceplkm


Besides the
t^val

he truthful

honest, clean and helpful in

your dealings with

othen,
brani

WhjHi you do that your form of worship or


of

ron -worship and


at
all

above misconception about

Ajfya and Dravid


.

b^g

ibarm or atheism ere of no relevance or conoem

under

groups, ther persists an intra -1>ravid misconcepUon

Among

f
Vedtc culture.

tbe Dravida

themselves the non -Brahnrdns have been made to believe

Cby unbiUouii peraona

wanting to l ha2ed as community -leadere


that the Sanskritlearning.

Dnvids

wen AdmluIstrvAoi^

af Arvan Culture

by whipping

up group sentiments),

H*
wtjrid

Aryan. Vedic culture described above pervaded the whgfe


it

Veda-reciting Brahinins are an alien


Lbe

community

lording

it

over on

from the beginning of lime. Naturally

requiVed a

class

non-Brahmina.
Under the Vedfc system. BrahminTsm
is

of lemed admidstratoi^ of sterling character to

be at the he3m

a mere

professitJnal

of affsiT to be priesu, preceptor?,

tutors, astrologere, judga-

group Uke any other.

Lord Krishna hea


of society
:

said in the

Bhagwad Gwta

ewcutives, mstbematidflng etc. Tliat

dass was knowTJ


'

89 Dra^tli-

tint the fourfold division

is

based on aptitude and work

Xbt *Brl

ii

composed

of

$a&m-

two Sanskrit, roots viz

Pra

Le. 'Seer"

tMi^o^i^

ipip^

jjti ]

ff4l^PTFi ;T

l^iUie lamed.

kiM aaid

{^^pttW ^;

gr^t law-gNr I Likewise Manu, the everybody <j^^n 4 ft^t 3^1^^ that by bfrth
i

O^fcqu^tJy Draiiida wer? and are masters of Sanskrit tM of V<dK fitiui) t)ravida have aO along been an Int^ral and topmoal P^tof aym VaUc cult^ire They proudly and aptly name their

trtiaiTig uncultured) and only gradual nd leaching makes a person a Vaishya, Kshatriya, or Bt^hmir-

1 Ehudra (because

he

[9

Ma m

&nt^^ic

Arya Vaidya^hals. Therefoit

SJl

talk of

Aryan and Vr^"^^

*^iy

tiu u stoalutely irrational and unhJstoricJ Shf^h bni^ xryin deity and Sanskrit -^ dark^.k^^ ^.tn.T^^'^ fodi... are ao many fair and,rth indi^' "^^ "^'' '"^^^

h^^

no group of Vedic sodrty * bed of ros^. Each demanded hiah and stem standards d *J tour. Tbe Shudra as a manual worker waa enjoined 10 be
Her^.

n may be r^memberwi

that

^^

^^ ***** a

,^ ^,^ ,^
es^^

wealth. He had allowed to Bccumulal* view- A ^ ^chan{e his social responsfljilitEes and abstain from l^ "cademk Vaiihya wa standard was not expected of him. A

[^"Scmiy dean.

He was

ttjtony of

Vedit

eliaa

Dr^vids ff^

y>^ W
^^^.

be

gfflxl

at

farming,

economics.
healUff
lif

mathamiLta

ld a very cln and

with a daily ba^^

te

sdmlssnile margin of profit and di.rg* oclv th*


life.

kp donay,^

tie

'^^^"^^ throughout hf rronV f<^ P^*""^

ind ^*"*^ tfj^birun(0

in the Vedic Society froni t &iudn hygiene everybody standards. Dravids have bwn the observed meticulous

^^ ^^ monitor of that Arya,


liiey still are.
. .

Vedk, Sanatan. Khidu


as Druids
rsacSnating

s^n

martlliy, clMinlin^. bravery, Pairioilsm, Higha- si*ndiA5s of demanded of a KsbaWya. and public servjw i*'

^ipbftl^ers^

^jjjch
'
ii*(tf

They have been known

prflvids In In dia
liffs

A lot of information of thta


unknown, w* propose

[nEuropfl^^^

On* w>w

B5pire<S

to

"3*

^^"

^'*'^^'"

^^^

scattered and

to

prwent

Brehminhoodj

edpet at tbe duties of nil tba other ihf*, ht ,FE not ctfOy to b veiy abstemious He must have no sddjctt^jn |B bill h*d also to be aervi find must not posaai He mu9i charge no fee* for lemper and never use ETmi uy property. He must never lose bis by a person of ibe Brahmin ssault or loll finyb^V- Any lapse
.

^V

to

puni$hment. Thus the Brahmin status wag stjiut BUr^ried severer Ufe-long dedication ta attain in<i sustain. It demanded
bicrd

observes "Tbe Asiatic origin of the ^ Thomas Maurice been an acknowledged point En t]ie world of rtl^Had long Reuben Burrow tbe great practical astronomer of
iUes

Mr

u^ was

the first person,

who

after a strict examinalian and

to

knowlttlfs

end

socta] service
-

^^*tth

total

abstinence from

vices,
atfi

lujcunw or rest
imposit^nTl

Considering

all

this

BrahminiSin was

an

their periods their mythological superstitions and com oariaon of a race of emigrated Indian Bfflrmed them to be Erectly
ii

was

an sttalnmenlt^
nfiajor faults. Vftiit
.

Tbe cwtent aste -status has developed two


Trt intendtd to be pmfessional
gnati ps

such $& carpenters weavers,


into

powera^ blficksmlihs, goWsmiths, cobblers etc, have turned


rigid castes leading to vanous

Brahmins of India spread "These ^esta i tbe Dnuds), regions of Aaia even M> themselves widely tbraugb the northern of Cdtic and gradually mi^igUng with the gre^t body
SIbnii Itself,
tritxs
(

tdnds of touchabEljty and


i.e.

unUjuchalality.
atalua

Secondly they have

become birtb- bound

the father's

pursued thar Kalatoye people to the South of Kashmir) liie Dniid ^limey to the extremity of Europe and finally established

u t Shudn, Vushya, KshaldyaB or Brahmin


ThiB bting in

attaches to his progeny,

IM Eb the
I

BfBhnun system of supersUtion

This in anciffit Britain.


in

no maUtr wbrt worlc he does or the norms of behaviour he folWws.

contend

wm

tb first Oriental colony settled

these (Britiab)

tbemiion

it

9^^ not going to last long- Cast*

iilfinda.'^

tntr^iige T^strictJons are already

crumbling becayge they

ere ns
aifw^

Hereunder

we propose to reprodui^
from a book
llieir Origin,

longer braed

ancient VedJc

norms. In the

modem

world

some relevant passages


"rihe Druldi

titled

information for the reader" Complete Histoiy

I^Jjni

ri<*i

qiiickeat

by any means

sm3
in

to

be the genertl
however, that

h3I
li*

F^efybody
beiaviouf.

it

Usuiii^ to be a

Vdabya

Shudrti outlook but

Mtdi

to be pointtti out

in '

here,

Manner* Cusioms^ Tempi"* CoincldeiKc ^perstUiqos iih i^q^j^ i^o (heir Bellfcton. And Us Lomas; l "i'h the PuirianrhHl, Lichfields. prinUd by and for T.C
"^hyiagrntm. Hurat, Rees, and Orms. UnAoTi 1810
On the bfickgid exterior Of
^^ m&i with

RitR "^

w<Jl'rigtoi*d V*dVj fcjciay even theShudra, worker. Ikt iUndd of

to be viiy high

Waw he

behaviour and social reaponsibnity


waj,

though mairsly a in-"'|* "*


a component of

Qdfty
. .

Um BmhnUn, Th difference was merely '"^ "H^Uunaiu, work and duties. The
in

much

V*^

cover

Is

the sketch of

fwt

hflre bolovt'

loo^e. the knees , wearing a

bT^^ knw -l^P"

r^Lwj* in the

sLsndSf*^"

tvvK.

Miunflnot.

Ln

mirtud and monetary diacipllitawdf^^"^

wn

3QS
boo>i fO^n, h(*Un( *n open
in the right

band ond

a jt^ff

|^
j

Wl,
Vodic

krvih

or ckKth 9luii ovct the sbouJdera

^^^

J**
*

that one vcKild ^viaBte.

J^wm bid to country, eartying slow tintgn becurw to *^^*^from country enemie? of the Jws used U) desecrate the ^2'
"*^rtlofll' ^"^^^

reftsona y^ued for severai

via,

U)

Since ibe

^^

TIk l^jwturtJoit refers to gtone relf ca


fttOHCLF. and ibe SERPENT seen

of o!d such as the PlUAbq

at several ancient sttea thnmrfy^"

worid

md

adds "^the

Romani brought with them


were entirely neglectea
in
tta$
if

Jews. (3) As people of Vedic culture Jews tlso other gode and goddeasifl. Thew. ih^ E>f varioua !^!ld imagea could lead to rival cults and diKimity. For all meh
spit^ the
afraid,

the

^if^

covered temple, Hnd on th* perveraion of the inhabitants,

tw

'"^ns

open plass,

iP all

probability,

nol partw
Cwisia.

T^sh

Jews decided to give up idol-wonjhip. Otherwise tha to idol-worahip imllke that of tte mind is not opposed
the

demoliahed. Thej' were to he destroyed

Land of

j^uslimS'

becBBW they had been abused there, but how far, the lsrajka ^ntt forbidden to set up any more will best sppear from the precefi
itsdf
.

'"This serpent
d health, BebyloTiians ,

was the symbol

of

M^l

and wisdom,

of

life

amongst the Eastern


.

nations, the IntUani, Persimi,


.

Lewlt,

XXV]

I.

'We
I

shall

make you no

idols nor graven


in

Phocrucians Egyptians Grecians and

...

even amangsrt

imsffes, neither ihall

you pui up any


for

\m&^

of stone
**

your

laid,

Peruvians... its

name was Seraph."*


ta oTsviously

to

bow down unto


The above

it,

am

the Lord your Cod*

The
details will scarcely

tem

"Seraph

the 'Sanskrit" word 'Ssip*,

be understo&d by any Western

jpelled

sdiolET^ becau$
ibetn.
Krisluia S^aluei

^t

details refeired Ui therein are unfamiliBr to

Both the Sanskrit word Sarp and as serpent in Engh.h. were famlBar aB over the anciait world. TTse Lbe Idol of tbt cobra *" Eastern nations ^ looked upon the serpent that only
quiiiriqation

divine

symbol

is

unjustified

whn the named naUona indude

both Greece and Peru.

And
it

CmRan
at
'

la
'

lord Krishna

who

\a

Ksnha

in India,

HI a temple* in

known as Csnha (also spdM Europe and West Asian r^fi


in

itemm^ from Greece


dhrine Blsnifican^ in

should

dviUatioa since the enUr Euit-pean hiid he apparent Uist if the cohra
it

Greece

aU ovw had the same s^mncance

t in pre-Chrislkn limea)

had

icon* of Ljrd

Kn&hna

alias

fmnl. Behind them were Vishnu. Both those da ties are s^'"
pEllara

EunjipetooK

*^trf by huge muki- hooded


i

cobras,

Urd

Krishna vanquJs'*'

^. called
fail

Ksllya in the

Yamuna

river and danced Lriumptafl^^I

over

hd. Cod Viahnu is shown fecUning on the eoils of i mulU-hwded cobrm. tn both cases enUre divine fif^f*
either the
ridina

Vediccultow^ In i^trtJw The cobra has other significance too in as the&e and Krtronomy the nodes of the moon are symbcliMd "^^ and UD serpent. In the scisice of ^'^^
"

of the time-

a dixJejor a drcular halo is depswj ttumlftiung ihe divine fl^ faw. In the ancient Vedic world icon** tbi* t-o dBiUa w*re commonly raised aU over. That expli""
coJbre ia

framed

to the cere Mnlres of energy from the base of thcspinui column Egyptian P^^^ li likened to an energy serpent. SUlues of their f<'^^^'';rr ^ cobra figure stuck in the centre of utider the oJ Vedic deiUes a^ often shown sl^eltered
B coiled

in

^7**

to ii pillars.

^*^ ^iWto,

l-m u * *,cl form


Ihi

^,^ ^^1, ^d
of the

,1,,

,^d

of

Canstf..

t^tra. Therefore, all allusions to cobres In

sac^d contew

iM.

Sanskrit term h*r"'^

"^sa presumpUona of a Vedic connection.

rf GJ.

cana.

alias

Krishna wa. th.


prac^''^'

^^

^
"*

The lamelites used to

bum

cobn) -'inctrtw to Cihe

td M^oriMp ihem but iatr the

'^iS,

ODii!i[iet

Hluory

of the Urultft-

210
211
In it^

d^i

of Hyta'sh. This indicates ihat the robra,


,

Vdlc sjTTibo]

hM bMii

revened

Ihf fnd. *lw (jilrtKlucilon


I>nfi(U

over the fincient w^rld. U) the booh A Cttmprcie Hislorj


all
llie

^ |_ ^^"^
''p^

^^

jiumanSty
B

\b

iAbg ib^ Sonskril term Sii-mdn^lu


(full fledged)

^'!fTs^th

B<d. complete b'


as the

aubslituM by

tm

beltw mind. The ',' |


i

semi-gphiire

i,

,;^el]ffll

aswTis, referring to

thit LenpiBUan Lenp^^on suiry. tlut

"^ "be

cobra
"-

11

"

remember^ over
-*

in

the

Adam

and E** "^

again that

itdZ
phft

ecbimj hid mi

^^omtd
(

-jj, voliMTie

extract fully vjndicatea the main tbeme above quoted of that soon aft^r the flood (whenever that event namely

TTw

liook opens Its ftceounl of Lhe oHgiti of the Uruids


' '

*,

I&) rtiUog

It

may TBtJonfllJy be concluded from

the

'vsrionsGpi^

^]

'Whether thousands, millions or biUiona of years hive occurred civilization was ushered once again all over the the Vedic
Includlnsr

e>thm histon&it,
f^mi

BSftem

that this British island received its flr^ fnhfibltn ptrtj of the world ^oon afl*r the nooq "^

^oM

the British isles.

Ewliifr in this

chapwr wt

hgrt^

aeen hovr

Thomas Maurice

and

yyag
Hi

InddentaUy this also corroborates the rule enunciated by aoge (which we have quoted elsewhere) that in the Mflhebharat

RRibm Burrow
Bnhtdns from
India

bed

India .

concluded that the DnjJds of Britain Wft Tbis fully ctmfl rms my fin ding that the
Uruidg
[.e.

the end of

an era

marked by a

floodn

fire^

war. or sLmttar
uf

bolfflsuat) lost

Vedas and history rtapprar throuah the minda

or Europe wer* I>ni^ds.

and aeefs of V^jc culture fm And the Cholepe&ple of South Indis do indeed have a gettlemmt In Sttnlmd named after them as Chol-mondal' alaya {^-q^-jn5Rl) eiTTwtiy apdicd as Dwlomnndeley byl prwiotine^j only as Qtumley. Thf modem ^ day BriiiBh. finding It difficLjlt
ua ertioilate the enti

sa^

"

Tis book further says


to Siry.

'

About BOO years before Cbriat.

eccording
(i.e.Gaul

two large colonies were sent out of that country

nimely France, the country across the channel frtsm Britaiii) tb^
ant to Italy,

and the other to Germany by Ambjgalu9> who thai


--H

QiUinal Sanskrit term havtconvententty sbbrevi^ied Its pranunctBtion to "Chramlry Kuala T^mpur in Malayaia too Js the Sanakn't

THs information
that the civilization
''tts

carries

us n

little ftirthef

by informing

tis

an

unciejit

Chola worTd empire,

wbicb existed

in France* Uaty and

Germany

pre^Chrisiian,

-n*
t>.

bMk fgrtW stirt that those people from ihe "1^^^''"'^ ""fi^V nations and became possessor of elmoat

f^
^ri

IS of the

book A Complete History


is

of ihe ^"^^^^

^^
i

to I>evanshire.

That

the Sanskrit term

(^?^J

Devuieswar

e^

of ihe Gods.
iBrtdlng

"" ^^" ^^* ''^'^'' ^^ ^^* ''^^ (^^.BriiainJ vm Of 600^ ^"^ ^'^ "^ '^^" "P rm'i a vary emphaUc wd cWrm'L''^
im

On page 20 of the book, referring lo an ancient Greek

J!T^l^^
Thi

^^' ^^'^'^'^
'^"^

civ-iU^Uof. in

BriUtin

It

ti-fkK>d world

IndkK*

two

udt

^""^ ^^ ^^*^ proflnitor *^'*^ ^'^"^ ^ word man


'

Bdtiiln states "the B^cvw^ thought


*<>

of the

which
ie1

where the Creeks first landed irt lhe to be the two ialonda Man and Angleswy afto" TiBmes are agalrx Sansteit. TJie island of man ts nimed
places
"
'

"

peragn n4cwl

wJI*^^ * **^'* dw^ided fr^m Mann. Oi ram'


(BSunslcnl word)
i.e.

-mind'.

y^- It may be noted r^ Often onUtted the

in this

hive context that EnUsh spelUnifs


fiwfl J> SpcUew only

la^t

pronuncfflUco. vowel of the Sanskrit

J!,l;;^;^;;^*Oie^skrit word

widhwa

'

(4)

l*,l)l.

<Jnuitu HLu

12

3ia
Iki

'vidow'. 'Hw

i" hw bow

iRTiored.

Ukirwise

u
The other
t.t.

^.

fi

dropped and IhelslaiidigimniRd'


is

LjLfi

rii

H^ be apP**""""^ 1^"" i"hflWl*d


fl

''"^"^

mtr tfmn lirrm Anlh hy phopUh *ho Pip.k dlffpmit


irt

^^" ^""^ *'^^

linKf^K^,

iflrm Anirley

the Sanskrit Lflrm oiji^.


TlTitl.

lid *rite

dif^'^"*' cf*'P*^"

^*^

'^'^**'"

commwt

RhrtTfuo, which

thf lord of Anjju: country.

Island waji no

^^^h.
named bto
{

jgdi

them

Drtilds *"

Lh^Jr exjartlse In Vdl(; culture and Ijanikrit

on K

wu

jgngiiifie'

OTKt^d

a huije aculplure of Ijord


coils of a

Vishnu

dMnltyy rwlining on ihe

huge cobra.

ihe Uiunu,'"' ^'*


^iP^^eni
Vfl^llc

We 8r further mformed that in pre- Christian time*

F^hiitriya

admlnJvtlWon had

jn

tluHr

'

empk^
IWd.

th^ ^tiiim*
the laj siryouH

nd

Gil
,

Ci.P.

Frarchm) having

jiropefjy, but
^

one and

flnd ikm^l-j wh< trtdillonal Bin(!*fm

wynj itnown ri Dhnt

md

religion

resorted U> pu blic aemJn aries

wishin g Lo be bettor

in

In th learning

ard rdigton of ih* Pmids,

wbo went

over sv^n

same wordn which conllnuif lo be uited In Englhh u 11 l those of the Jfensltrlt word Bhftit") ind Hsj'd. Poet (a tTwliM-onunciBtion
'

year lo usiBt at the rriigioua ceremonies of th# Gsula.

"
thil
prfejti

Tb thOti who mlghi


King Prithvirsj
is

f*el

preptetod
poet,
in

w* would
The

Uk to t^^n
ib
'

Hm w hv*
Hjfidtjclina

"s ociurt

Chwwi was known

another indication that the

Jimrdal

Dmlds wer^
Bril^iin

Vedic

wremonlm

in

France and

Vhlch

spelled

Bard'

Enfjliiih.
is

i^iniinuonce of ihii

ona

fof

ihli

they

UHd

to ctom the channel as people do even today, Cansequmll*

poet a]ta$

bard tradition Jn WiiUin

one vei^ aiHnifictnt prwjf


Hriliih

th traffc between England Aod the rest of the continent

of Ssnakrit-apeflking

Vedk

Kshatriyaa having rukd over the

t^^Wma
lm|jlE

from th* remotest Umu. The rtference to uem/narles clearty


the

libeln anc[eot ttmea.

Msiiw

aJBntKn
hrf to
esplanit

of Vedic schools. Thus the Eton and Harrow trediUMi onginaies in the wfdent Vedic school syate^n wheredifldiw

We are told
Origiriated In
it

that

'*

thit

custom (of
it

emp1qyin(( bsrdf

c.

poUt)

the east where

was

prnctiBcd frcrm the etrUett period.


t^tUit.

live In the

Guru

hemiiU^

for over 12

yesn-

TTila

atifl

wu

cciminijnijcated to the

Greeks, and aftervardA U> the

how

in Bncfent Ujina Britain

and France were united undir


continita

TTie
In

indent Greeks had not only the wbole body of


all

their dJvlrJty

I commofi Vedic culture.

The current Ji-year schooling

viTMj bul upon

occaatana, aa marrisga. funerals etc., their


in it;

thfl*ncientVliciemi.
'"'''^ ^"^ ***" ^ ^^^ ei'ly fl^n P*"^ tr^n-uUble launring have thought Ihem to be pF British ongtah bn r^ul]...Dr ftukeley say., they f^

nliifwui ritea

and ceremoniesr were ptfribmad

Uke*rt upoft

i,jj^

'^^'

ooOfien of

some great

dcliveranoe or remarkaWe victory, they

ung
liwy

**> praifios of their gods,

compMing odw md hymnt, wWch


solemn maimar with muitc*'^

rditoed Kj the people, in a

ilTJ'"^"
n<l MPerrito,
in ih.

w* ht ibo^TZ!

^^ " ^ ^ery fiignincant qhsffvUiof' *^ ^'^^ "^* I*"^*!' VediC'*dinIniiilw^


"*

That trvlitlon eonUnuea in every region of India Fven now h* onaUn too rf nance among Litiofc shfjwji that they

Greeka and P*^ of the Vedic worid.

,!**
^rf

*tao^

WB

mlMAhcn
-

^-^ !?*"
^J^!^t^

^'^^ ^ South [ndla to be deployed on duU '^ * ^'^^'^ *=^ '^'- ^'^ ^"^
^i

!S cmips* of time the term Hf*


raw.
But
that
il is

" The BB-da


f^eariing

were also very much gWen them


,

to compowlfi* KenMlo***'

in

public

aasembUe*.., Homer
.

nwnUofi*

^^

of

^*^^tcua id Vei KMi aa cclebnrtl banli The


Uai p

bfliiJs

vt Wlhfrto

^*UU.

21^

m
ri^

tnd wrha composiMona wwt? vs&ila wir* only r^igiwv d^l*d by degree, into tb> nature
toi.n

or^
!* ^

th,

^
lunJP*

jflpntion
Vetlic ^,_

Kuropesn counlrf ptogty md *ine that DrMtdim ciilture) pervaded ihl counlry emd Uiit mumrsr ^
. . i ,

bttTMmakws.
at

id from singing of Lhe csseflce of

th^v

fmrtiorW
bodi

iheu].

Lhe *'*^^''

nature, tbe course of ccle^Ua]

! better to recognize that Ihe whole of pr*.Chriitbii uroper. ti -j.,.j*uv^,vif, f^.s..^ . ._., Imbued wilb Vedic culture For nsttance, we e Informed

^aa

'

iht ort*r

find

and reharanff

httrmony of ibe spberes. the pmiso of the virtues and actions of ifrta( men

the"^

Lhe seni^

^*^ ""

Driiida tbat

"a

femalft J>ruld of Tiingrii

sdmukle and ewiHid*rtd pocwsfti^ >^ d^Tilgers of Idle and cnt^rpiiw: Ixcanw tl
'^^

which wj, encourage the people ^,

bigbopric of Uegt abe l&^


(

in the Netherlamli) had foretoW

emptv

^^

Bloderfa*'

H'tien

e private soldia in Gallia) that he would be &nperof

gftiQalopE,^

of Borne-"''
TTitS iiiditales

advancement of virtue, &nd afi*rfffi,^ mt for gain ^^a" f**"* composing mysUca] rhymes, abounding wii), fsvff I^fn5e1vffl up to charms, spells, incantaUona, pni;^teds of thingsr to come, to
Bnd nwromancy, puTpose whidi WH* of wonderful power and enengy

thai

iti

the Netherlands too

in

preChristian Umea

Vftdic

tl

Ti

of mii^c

thei ihey

had sundry verses


'^^
'

Corma

language held fun away. Snee astnjlcny culture and Sanskrit studies, the Dmids. who wwe Vedic prieata. '^^
pai^^

^^^

lo ihg

elevation ]ui foretold the

in

the atatus of DiQcleaisn.

"Dw ibove description applies lo the insUtuUon of bards dl i>vw the world ev^en in iheir urufOrTn and steady degeneration wtuch agun prevs tbe ejastice of a. uniform Vedic culture all qv^ the

"The government of the l>ruids was umversHi over ifee who^e was but one chief.. ^. to whom they bad recount island., -. there
in

public meelangs

and assemblies... The primate

of these

Dndd
nlmcat

priests

was

sort,

of Pontiff..., The Druida were beld in sudi


people,
that
their

veneifllion
T>ke

by

the

authority

was

book on DniidB further informs us that the Prulds

jealouj'tf

ibsolute....'niej'

claimed a power of exooinniunlcalion,..Tlwy were

Eturded tbHr leanninff and tradition* which


th* common people,
"
'

were

onintelliBtUe ta

none could have recourse to them, but peraoiis


{

Dmids mode judges of aD controversies both privato and public, .the no laxe sa were exempted from the services of war. and paid
the people did,,, Some of their

of rtpute nd learning

and) nothing waa permiued

to be

Uk

maxims may serve

as a apecunen..-.

w^ in vntlng.
Vsda UndJ.

*"

"None must be
''Mistletoes
in

instnicted but In th^ sacrfti groves."


reverence and
a golden
bill.*'
If

Tbe chflPBcteristlcs meniion! above apply only to Vedic \eam]JtgAnd sctually in Germany there known as Vaitland (it '
}s s

reginn

the sixth

must be gathered with moon,.,.K must be cut with


its origin

powMs

fcid stsHifA of six

w&t sages and a [Vedic) temple


dealt with in

"iiwov^raJ there. ThJ5 point


cbftpier

some

deiaO

in

'^

"EveiTthing derived

from heaven."
to writing

OR Gennany.
rdlgion of the iJruidm Nourished 9 tong time, both
( i.e.
In

"The

"The Arcana of the sciences must not be committed ^tto lheraemo0."


'*Greai care
is

IriUb mid Gau3 by Auputui^j

France).
to

Ii

spread as far

flfi

Itoly,

m aPl*""
ft*

to

be

tslcfti in

Injynciion

the

tlomanSp not

to

cel<tbi-aW

powder of mistletoes maJ^e women ^ be shut out fnom sacrifices. Souls are immortai'*'n

chfldr*the education of fmitftJ. The disobediffts

1^
v*

Hul

lifter

dth ko

inio o*ber bodie**"

'^*PK. lyd^

ton

210
217

"CWami

trt to be braigbi

up

ipart

fnm
all

ibrfr parfflt*

m
,jj
*"

of *g^. tty r fourtwn ywT*

men

^9^^"^ ^'^ ^'^^ conversati^m.^.They


of
divinity,

uun
ibi

The

moon

Is

n so^-creign

nemedy for
|A

but virtue end piety. Their soJemn assemUiei ^^Ti'fged notblng

things.

Ut

""^

tj*

'^concerning Ibe prindplea

morality,

t*"^y

is well as that of natural religion, the end philosophy,


,

TV

Wl the informtiOT quoted above points wSf^y to Vedjc cuJturi. guldir^ tenets are predsdy Ibe ones which are peculiar

yotingmi and those ^^"^educfliJon of


hirti

who had not been irtstnictH

to

sufficiently qualified ta manage the vere not esteemed

Vedic uadjiioin.
iffiiia

of stfi^'

He eonecUon of herbal remediea during moon a mmnioii Ayurvedic practice.

apecifjc phssea of tin

^
d ih*
t^

Dnkids
in

'*^ad

herb

c^ed

SOTiolofua*..

Cobvimaly
fli^t,

tom^nisi

gatbei-[ng

*hich they used ceremonies:

they

IT* tffm
Sasuteta,
lued
tpy

Mtftleiot

35

B garbled

speUing of the Sanskrit won!


juace wert\rid((y

^^ (isLing.

aeoondJy they ought not to look back during the time

i.e.

the

Soma

creeper

whose leave* apd

plucking it...

and

lastly they

had to use

tbeir left hand

sages in Vedic rituals


,

bftsuw of
life

their remarkable medidwil

"n^g herb so gathered

was esteemed of soveragn

virtue

uj^fflicb IS r^iuvenaUofi prolonging


fertile.

and rendering sterile women


ita

h Um
iiul

cure of

all

diseases in swine or cattle.


of
sacrificea.

The high
origmally

antiquity a divine

The tnunortality of ihe soul and


is

migraLion from body

umvei^lity

be&peak

to body in si loending Hfe-^cle

Use vti^ comer-stone of Vedfe

(iBtiiutian.... penitence

and purification were neceassiy attendants;


the

lurwu an invocation
tt this

in

name

of Jehova. the great profritiator.

time wanting.

'^
'

Hie

Dniids

taKt

period^

CVediol

sacrifices,

they
Ibe Vtdic Trinity

atnmcnucBl observatories. StaTfordahTreused to be fomneriy covmd


iLh lar^ foren designated as

Cannock or Cwk. 'Hut

is

tlw

"The Csnaanites... had. before the


tatbarcoontry after the
rf

arrival of the Tsrsdilei

Sandoil tenn Cannan (also speLed as Kanan) signifying

a forest.

Exodua from Egypt, introduced

Lhe worship

"Both the Greeks and the Romans, -,.*^re fond of the number tbr^. ai bang the next odd number to unity.. .Tiis doctrine can*
i|jnd(y frmn the children of Israel... if ihe word Elohim do nrnpT^baHl lire idea of a trinity. "**

in*ven images, '"*

The Canaaniteg derived their

name from Cod Kanba alias Chrisna


statues had neither temples nor

n^

^'w

therefore,

carved idols for worship as per Vedic practice.

TV imJvBTwl flpitvd of tlie Brahma


ia

Viahnu Mahesh
-

Vedic

trinity

'*The first generations of


their

man

y. one

more proof thai Vedic culture was mankind"'


"f*^

gods, but

worahipp^ towards
upcn
th&
moiintaitis being

the

^stem

heavens

in tiw

atr.

pnntonUfl] inbetlVMse,

"
F)A

and

sacrificed

^^n^^B-.Vdry high
in*'
.

summita of the highest to commnnly held swred

^'^ W

of ihe Druids.... hftd rende-ed tbem.

vriaiMe thw

i:<lw...Thcy

^Fff were lequegLered from the

^^

^ Jupiter,

and sometimes to AppoUo.-.all


ihoi-e wei-e

s8^^ V^*^'
K.IO

^_^J*

^bers

no

tl'e*^s \vvi-G

called groves

fin)

Xai (^
Ibid,

i?M

339

*]j0y person? are r opJnlton. that iVie r^i^y, j^ simaar kj those of the Gymnosoiiiij,^, t>tf IJmids ww

^
| I

fn'

^^

Into

BfflhiiUns of bdia.

Um Magi

of Peraia

and the ChaJdeana

^Jiiit

vfs
Ltie

the Imagination of man and urtilch, whi without question the mtjit glnriouj inpte
trf

th*

al

As^^

nd ihwefort to bsve tbe same onpn,


*'

^\tHc^

world has ever heard of..Jt

wm

rwlly .

u^^,

*^

Lo

and undivided the evBT'hleaaed


the wlio^s

Jived

The Cymnowphists wen? phiJosopbers who *aii n^^ cava, woods and d^erts, wdJtfiiy and austere liva in

""^m

^^ ^

trtalty.,.th Mighty onat: emblemfltical rrpreaeniaiion. *'"

re^

on hert* and for time abstaining from comal pleesures. Tt|Z wer* also called Bhinans...i.e. of Br&chman or Brairba, \^ were very learned men presCTiber of thfiir rit^ or levra. "Hwy
in

uniform culture which was adminbtered by jj \hai existed * class known as Oravida sliaa Druidg, They believed In
^Hlly
Jnd divinity

ibove extracts

rJsflrly

prove that

in various

nf^ant of ti^

h^

great reverwee by the people


, . . .

fifld

had

strong idea

ef tbi

T>TJi3 ly
tt}'

/si

avnia,

frj*

^> ^* treeterf iftc i/n/ww. 2nd Snscfm,


Srtf

w the
ittul

pervading aU objects. That divinity was reprwented Hrahrna, Vishnu and Mabadev. Temples of these trinity of
all

^Ifes existed
[risaed

over the world amidst ahfldy groves. Thst ths

zhfs

Wf pttsenvs

it.

MAhaddls,

i^

this

he wiB d^sit^

through several bodies in different births before It aititLrted


their culture

iL

iijviUofl.

T^t

waa rooted

in

four

bwla

of

wisdom
na room
of
life

Th* Vedai

utd sdmtnistered
for

by Brahmins.

All this description leaves

doubt that that


it

universai culture was the Vedfc wty


time.
' '

7^ pitioid
wtsdi boiiks
all

to

hav^

fflce/fft/

few

books

fi'om

Bmnba.

is

ind that

ejdsted

from the beginning of

kDOw!0dge Is comptshended; they acknowledge

tlu

FnetapEsychE>a or the liansmigra^ion of sqmIs , thrmi gh several human

The C^tic alias Keltic people of ancient Europe


lo

were aufajed

bodies

md
or

betuU. beforr they can sirive at pleasure and

beini
l^vTul

an authoritative

body of Druids, or

priests ,

^bo fnmed and


*'**

purely spdtui]- aid for


to
kil!l.

tUs reason they leach that


13

it is

noi

Biforced lawg for


'^TTie
iHTJtbert.

the benefit of the community.


(

^t
upon

snything that

killed $jid

none of

their tribea do

Kingdom of Kent

in Britain)

was founded by

ths

ml

any but

their soldiers....
aet times of

Thsy

instituted

public feaats ta^


a frnd

Both the people of Kent and of the isle of Weight art

sacrifices

the moon. ---though they had

IbB

{]f

fspring of the Jats ,

" *^ From
tb fefermce

number oT gods, yet in many


find

particular pleoes the people hsd pnttt


a
l-JD,

tuLetar godi,

whose dmnrFu nations extended not beyond


Jupiter was worehipped under

The Jata ore s Kahatrfya clan from India.


tM>lHl above
it

river,

fountain or spring.

itiiW

Is clear

that the Jats formed part of the TndJM

nnes...we read of above 300 Jujnters and each nation stsjut^ have had one peeuUar lo itself... He was particularly csJIed Tarsm1.
vii

PPnonnel
E*r

tht

who had spread abroad to administer Vedic culture n Vedic maidm '' Krunwanlo Vishwam Aryam " which ww
and
dviliiatlon to aveiy region of

Thunderer, and Thor in the nortii which name idso signi*" Ihurultt^ find from which ij derived Thuraday . .The Swedes Gern"^ Bid SMons worshipped him in the numner as do B^^^ and Caul.. .I>n,jdl^ t^pl ^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ figures fi8^rt
,

i Jnoito for extending culture the world.

nme

'Tbew

BriUsh) Islands appear to bave bei colon fiftd

tiy

^^^'^*^'=^"<J *t^ intended tfl describe thenature of thedS^^^J'


""
SerBph..eh i, ihat qf Stonehenge. or the Circle and or wtigf^ ficrpmv^ ^h^ of AbJry, .such thia wonderful of At-ry; vhM vhkh *cii^ 1 grider and extensive desiF*

Circle.

wm

mom

J^'.

Mattw, Myth and Sj^rit or KelUc Hindu

UnU.

by Ptinuih"-

(Sj p

J^'

^'^^

*Jtt JUder

CO. Lendon, 1B3&,

m
fptAM (n ih* BrlUh \]m and Jn UHlUiny. ihn chief of

221

^i

!''^'
""
'"

Anir^Awy. Tlirm. lonR* Ctllflmlnh In thw n*>lfrld<w'

Orknty

iBlPnri.

nnd

nt flimftc In

JHlUiny.

""

SUHuifn J* ^^

variauB tectur^ and diacusslons on anroncpmy, t^oy hold georap'^'cal diatrihution of Ibt i^obt. on tba ^^Jrtn' "'^ of natural philoflopby and on nuny problema bnnctieii
ifffmJl

"^^

!!^(

^ ^^ ^^^'"

^"^^'"""^

"-^^

teaching of thla

mdn

Tlw Dpi^dili allw PruldB Ihus cw^g^HHl fomplU

conlrol

aw,

ZqI^

with religion

The
the

7>niida

^^ ihrte departmenla,
- iitiporiant

cW^

wer a privileged cUw, ihera of which wsa that of the pnesis


Angelsey where grmt number

Thi' T)nvidii

who
nl]

itmoftd

over Iho world Lo admlnbUrr


TTiry fnoludrsl
|wij}T<?

settiemetit at

Monn

in

Viflk
f^j^^

CBllurv wpiT nut


Vilfla

Bmhmlni.

of

n||

th^

of pi^rfms
Pife
,j;jijte

used U> rtstorl U>

rfict>iVfi

in^tnjctm^'*

caU^M*^

Thvr^rofv ihu

cumml imh^Fihy
Ftrji>imin c?asa nv

|k>]IUcg1 innt

tn SouUi IndiB to look


li unWutrjricjsl,

upon thdr

illon

mn
of

rt

above deUiils about ihe belief and prsctlcea of tht Dnalds c]r thai th*?y were Pravid people from India who gujded

Lmjimppr
tfvffTy

enti unjuaUfinlilo.

fni ftMrelsed

supervisory control over the whole contemporary

PnoplD of

provlncL' In irvMa hjid nl? Lho Tour claesn

Eurepean soda! structure.

pwptp

Thff four cloBMifl

wore

prrjfi^ssloriHl

divinfonB nnd not aiain,


utd
I

Et-ConnnunlcatJon
Tbfh wfill
hIio
'

There whj b cortjUn fluidity oboul them. With pmvfln meril


dKlicalion

known Roman g^cral


Druida,

Jull us Ca^seir
'*

has

In hli

memofra
two

one could bo

jwitl, (if

unoLbtr uIask. Convprsi'ly,

clBmciit

rtferred to the

He

writes
..

Everywhere

in Giid

nd

dlkcivdli tlBo onti^wi vjciiut^joo

from

pDrUcutor

ulass.
ihfll

cluKfl only are

of any fiocount.,

One of

the two daaaea oonsijta

Thla

li p|jnrr[il

from

iVoralhiMi Chfl|din 'h oliflorvation


nil

"tl*
frt

or Lhi
tin

Druids

the other of the knights.

The former

offldate it

OfSVldi w(>r Kiluiirlyoi* and

Kwhotrij^un were Atyfls..;Manu

wonhip of the gods*

regulnte saort flees, pHvate as well ss

WHO

43*

of thy Lwith

(;hii|>tir

of tbc Smnhitn
iire

dt'sJ^netai

W
pfl>

I
public

and a^rpound questions

of rehgfon. Young men resort to


hold

KihBlrfys tribrt n^ VrJNhalnn, amunji whuiii

the Drflvid^s/"*
in

thim in Ibt^o

numbers for ^tudy and the people


oil

them

in great

"Af
nan*

e cIb(u the l)nijd tnkc

m:t!v**

imrt

war, anJ

"PKt. They ore jud^jos In nearly


hVDiiflr

disputes-.. They etlle the


if

and

uf iJie ^jnJhmfy Ln^i^t far tbut inir(Mi9e:

not only for

^li^'
lndivWiuil

fix

the awards or fines,


tribe

any
by

liti^fant.

whether an
tht^

mlUUfy vnrvltm, but

Inm i>lhoiSMiU' burdi'iiy nho thi'y oru<'f^P'


tiipt'ci*

or a

does

not abide

their

decfs^oa.

Thfiftnh the oilrttctloni Tidd cut for such

no

Icfw

l^^'*

"wn-imunlcate the offCTider... Persons


I

who

are under such

fiwn plttu choiM. jEa<^ nmi<v

>i/rt

the pihaihtkid,

nft^

**

^^tf]ctf are

ir

to>

ihnirptfvnLi ^ui tiJmfvtv to umifiyo tlu^nrnVi^'y

"^*

looked upon as Impious moi>Blers. everybody void8 ^Ih everybody ahuna their npproiich and converMtlon. for rr

'^^nlng pohuUon, If they appear aa platntiffs, th^ ar* dmid ^- rK,p have they any shure in the Offices of State. The DruUt
k " 'In

tf^MinicU^, far

ft,fl/i^

*CUlMi ClHUwe

^ ,!*//.

,,,,^,^^
,

^,, ,^.

>',!,.,. '^^.
^,^

Wfc rtV^/
,^,;

^^

^ ,^^t^ &' ^

^^^^ ^^ ^*^^'

*^**

commanda

the highest respect

among

tt|hr'''^

l>ruids hold

an annual saalon on a

settled

m*

^^^^^

spot in the country of the Camutea.^.^tbe rep<iil


'

^^^^^^^^^^^^

223

otrp of Caul.

All litignrLs

^
lh

assemWe he from aD
''"

Cbeir

dedsktns

Md

paHj,

aw*rd.

^^

,.^r
ktldi

Tl BnJds

sttd

the Knights ref^&rred io above are


'

^
j,

.,ji,Lji

to bava bean foun*] Kjiilng in to have teen Imparted into Caul undtbtiice "rt^rdsjuiiu,
doctrine.
Is

bollevijd

^v,rt

(uiuo

182 of bia memoir^),


cletiT thsiL

Brahmin and warrior dssses of Vedlc


8S(^?

words, linn Druid means

ond

society. Both are seer u-tiH^ the


' '

P^
.^
1.^'

kni

EDHlpronundation of the Sanskrit word

in

Nayak

'

aUaa

^^)
Is of

^ttindle
']jaiLliffli

Vedic dviUatlon *ii^l*d In pr^^Chrirtian and France. TTie tendens^ of E^nip both Britain v.oIst, that cfvliiMtErjn with the contemptuous up
thip
It li

nofl-dftwript

or

'

pagan

'

label
it is

The descripUon of the Dniids dcaa

Jeft

by Julius C&ssir

y^

^siaiired
^
jyrrent
Cafissr's

study of

and conaequenlly shut out all syfltemiUc one of the most slniiUr charwsriitica

same

just prior to th& begin niinj of the Christian era, descnfptian apphes four- square to tBe Dravida of

Wesl^m

acholarshlp.
spr^iad In
it

y^ i^
Lidta

South

surmise that Vedirr culture was

France by

and! in fact

2ah

Hindus throughout IndJa even of the I9th gnj centuries. Strict ex-communicatiCBi was Imposed on vitMun
to
ell

^vids
thai

in Britain,

may

or

may

not be trua but


too

does Endlceie
a rtain

Britain

dtd

In

those ancient timee

&xefcl*e
It

of social taboos.

fupervlsory control

over the Vedic set-up in Europe.

couJd be

Kmnvatl

In

FWnce
In

thai the British isles^

by the

remote wdusion were chon Vedic Druids as their beadquaners from where to depute
their

due to

The area Camut^a

France

fa

obviously the Senskiil

fibtm

peraons on administrative duties to variious parts of Europe,

Xntwslj. Ancisii

India too had hallowed cities of that nams.


MLdnlfht bs tht

Zcra Rour
is

supporting proof for the conclusion

that the pnictio* of

I^

head of the Dnijd^ mentfoned abov was obviously U*


in

dufupng the tlate at the midnight -hour to synchronise with gunrise


in

VedJe priest living in the Vsfliean

Rome. But

since the who)*

Indji

(Its-

in

with the &|* hour lime- difference between

JritUi

of Europe stands oonv^Tted to Christianity, the entire sncient Dnddlc

md
III

Enjjiand,

Snce London was

the head-quarters of Vedic Qilture


for

Vedic priestly $et-up


priest

was

turned Christian and tbetr fornier heJ

Europe,

its

midnight hour was adopted as the lero hoir

sUD remsina

thrir head. His office the


.

Papocy

is

^ao a

Ssnskft
Julius

term

rtgnifyliig

sbsoluUon from sin as eJ^lainod more fully elsw6*

in thLi volume-

Oaessr further informs us that "Drurda as a rule

*JiJc

fownol* on

pa^

ifil

of Caesar "s

*'Ptmiu demstes the penaHies


temi PoHiBS
[t it i< fifcnsicrit
'

Inflicted for

Commentaries ^^ ^ ^ non
pnyrnent "
usuiUly

^ttpvl

in

war, and do not pay Laxea.-.Tbey enjoy eempUon from

'^'^^

Pmbs

sfynifying

mwiey,

coin"'
BriUJ^i

that

wort

wi^ la i,^ ^^^^ ^ p^^ a

burdens. Altraci^d by the ^ ^"y persons voluntarily came lo Ifism from them. whru many more are sent by their parents aJid rtlativr* Dutiag
service ard

immunity from

alt

^^'

unit

flf

^
ef

''aoviuaif

it is

said thei ihey feum by

hmri m

s^i
in

rmmbet
J***

tw*'

'^

if^rdlng^fy

Oteir^^:

'^ '^

^'"^'^
.

^ ^i^i,'^'' H^. u^y^ 4

St. C. Ltd.,

M-r^

to

r,%st/T

b^^^^ ^ ''*"^^

^ ^myp/e
. .

same feam^

twei)^

ymiv

Of the Druids

o^mmrt

^^^tJfliT.

Th^ Mtf unwiUiiig to itlh* ti>cirdocoiM property. 0r Omr discipi^ Ut trial tfocumtaa

'

7sm

"
^2&

wmkMfd. Thf ihcvine


ii tht

*^

tH^' "?
irnt

most

mrtifisi In

/j^.
"^

t^

fOtil ttotm

not pej^h,

th^t aftpt

d&Ot 4

g^,jfl,

Man^,

Indni end LeksKmi.

fixKi

&nf

bini}

t^

j/HrtftflT,
it

lonnthi* uj vaOojir as

belief th<^ neQni as * inspires A coniempi for deaih,

TWs

p,jj^
The^^^^
"u!!

J^iion
*"'

inforroAtJon In Ihia chapter todd to th jm the foregoing pro-Chriatian cuHiire of tbe whole of Eunjpa tH^t the
Itirfily

sbout heavenly bodiM and theJr hciid }ai diJcusstons motions univtrw and of the eorth, tb^ orfuki of ^] rf Uit

Vedic, that

^m

^^^

Ijj.yida

waa iupervtoed hy a dew of pnptt and that tbew Dndds were trained in South India
it fiU

^
On

limita of r,heir dominion^ the power of ih& ffwis 6"ii the and it^m^ "" Kh^DJars BccordJngly. ihHi- young

duties

over

tlie

world.
titled

fronti9?fece of the

volume

Tht

Celtic

DnUdi

its

T>w

prertice of committijijr D

lessons to

memory

and

^
tf,

tbor Godfrey
*ii(r ^

Bi^ns

declares that his book Ji

"an

attempt to

manadted lesU

being in wersified form,

metitioned abov&,
of educaEton.

Oniida that the

were the priests

of Oriental colonJea

who

unmisifikflble cbamcteristJcs of

the Vedlc

mode

Faraled

Even the lopics mentiuned as the special concern of the nniMi


vlj. stmnciffl>'. liw

svatem
(rf

from India and were the introducera of the Turst or Csdmean the builders of Stonehenge of CaniK. and of letters and

iMrth'Cyde, the fmp^rishabitity of the sou!

oiher Cyclopean

worka

in Asia

and Europe,

anj

unilinchlrif vnlour Bine aU treils of

V^dic oidlure. The docrrin^of


soul passing from one body
In

thf impwishflVJity of the


to smyther
In

wul and the

the preface to

his

book Higg'^s adds that

it

wm

*'tbe

different births are tenets

preached by tht BhosfiM

(xtreoidinaiy race, the


PyTflmids,

Buddhists of upper

India.., who buJlt the


will
.

Thnt Vpdie scriptures were widel>' ^ludi^d and highly tvvtai

Stonehenge,
all

Camac

etc.

(and who)

be ahowi. to

in anrlenl ffindu

Europe

is

appiirent

from Juliyj C^erar 's

woriing

have founded
until

the ancient mythologiea of the worW ivhlch h^ywever,

quoted abm*.
recent times,

were ori^nally ONE and that one founded on


'

luon Wurship

principles

sublime, beautiful and true.

^Atoul

the divine icons that the

Dmlds worshipjwd
is all

Julius C^ssf

The only amendment


I
Is

*e

would miggest to the above


C

frxtnct

rwonli -'the god

whom
Is

ihey moat reverence

Meiijuiy whow
oita wid
the

that

it

was the Vedic people, namely the Hindus

not Buddhisis J

JnngH Qbounl He
picneer
In
l.n^i

regarded as (he Enventor of

frwr India
ind

who

gyiOe of trav^Uert and he

believed lo

be allpiJW^'
lo hin^

buadera

world are the originators of aU the legoids of the the wortd. of eB prominent buildings thratighout

pnamoting ootnmerw and the ciuIgition of wealth. Next

fclTT" ^^^' '^'^"' ^'^t>1ter anJ Minerva. Apoo they rfij^


and

Wi^

^'^

''^^"

'^^^*^^

'^

gnginstor of

Jn'lLislriS

^
*

thet ih^ Higgins too obviously implta *er? people of the Vedic tradiUon ainoe it is that tradiUen which been univeresJIy acclaimed ss "* sublime. beeutifuJ and tnie. (Salyam -Shivam-SundBxam

Induding ihe Pyramids.

^ oammofiij dUcM* the spons, *


'

Hif^ris adds

'

_J^^

tnUd

fltj,^

^ ^^

j^

3^5gril

I*

P"^U or a vety * ^<^y rn)m the


*=^

Celt* we ancient nation calli Celtac-THose of the peopte first race of people, the desifendanti

The l>mld5

of the BriUsh

islea

wEfe the

Fr^UBpJwe,
St-

n* CUic

Pflur* Churebyird. Hurst

Drtjfdi by Ctodlr^y Htoflns, =*'"^ Churdipi* & ChiuiOi. 3i. Ftvi*.

J;^:

^'"'B:^

4 Sons.

PicadiUy,

1^9.

237
of the deluge to the borders ho mtMptd li* of g ***^' Brilain,. tn s similsr manner colonieg ftily, rr<n ftn<3 s rt(tiofi b^' a soiUhem line through ftBfli iht 8mf greti Asia
' .

^P^

'"*

iJoinan

and

philo^op**^" regarded the "I>nddfl..,,B-5 exsifipi models for imltaUon on account pre-eminent

Imn^flges of Ibe Syrii sftd Afr<ca...iI1 the

Wesiem

world Wereik.

^,

Uj the Brftu inhnbiUnLj of iLeJy. Greece, md GiuIh to the UJ g^na. Aribj! ""^ HindunAn. I^nto id

ami thai one system of Drddi, penidaJ th* whole wofM.

letters,
It

thai of the ancfent

Indicates

ttmt

the

Dnjjd a4ministratora

the

world

was common

}^

the Vedic -dviUzation were highly vawrsti \lnoniic jystetn of '*^*' and of esemplary oharecUr. ygfy learned
^^

-m^ i^ij. .nd

Vcd

Hr thn we
of ihit ^tJlumen

hHVt onphatic corroborBtJOTi of the central

ih$Dii

from an indent British author Godfrey Rood


ft

Hjiarin

/^
Ij

j^-gm

words used In Sndlan Sanskrit tradition and Nigam are We Fmd those very terms among andent Vedic learning.

thii flflr thf last


SinfilcHt

wes again the Vedic

civilization

^nd

were spread throughout th* woHd bijrMinu and his descendant exactly as heJd by Vedic tradition
On ftii
J

language and script which

Higains records In that context thet * After Druids of Europe. ChriaiEanity the Qgsm writings, not bdng Eniroductton of ll,B priests, were believed to be msgjcai and were imdertiood by the
dMtroved wherever they

were found. Patrick

is said lo

have bumed

of hit book Higglns observes that


.

'

'

in examining

modem parts of Europe we everywhere meet with ibe monumEflt^ remains of a naee of persons celted
ibe very rty histories of the
Dniids. In
In lift

The word Ogam or Ogum is preserved where 0^m\ is fiugury and divination. J^miIbt also tn the Welsh, old Celtic words implying us that Qga, Ogum and Ogma are Leil^
301)

books in those letters.

which I jrpeak sre v^ry greai ind perhaps in remote ages, have been highly ornamented
magiuficertce.

miny

places the niins of

letter?

written in cipher,

and

indirectly an occull science* The


cleariy

nd

or

arwi

reference fn the
Implies

above extract lo occult sciences as the Ogum

the Vedas.

(^atar.
ft

. .

ssya

speaig ng of the

Itwful to conwnit

Uk wcm

thai they did not think ^* of Ihetp j^Ugion U> writing.


,

OnJds

The reference to the


bo*
all

buming of the

sacred Vedic books niustT^tw

Cfver

Europe the

earlier Vedic civiajaUon

destroyed

Saiakril latning

kv Christian

*v^

wa^ always committed to memory it iha the Dniida of Europe u^ed to chant the Vedas and

invaders

&.

PjTricitt

ikstroytr of Vedic Culture

Patrick

^l"^! the reason why the Dniids did not conunit

^B hand

in

^^^ to sainthood precisely because he copied this destroying Vedic culture, Muslims too later was mised

it^^iaw'f^*^"**^""^
to

"^-'^

"

*^Ufln

^^^

iPl>tar

to n^e to have enwted

practice of proclaiming every super-mflrflJiiderto

baas^t*

fed

mad*

w!!!*^
"*

'^^""*^^^'^'^^^'ief wished thfflrdoctrinei

Mr. Toland has observed, that


ireaUgfej

"there are various menuscripi


library at

of kiuan.

to

'^

^'aj-- nor the'r pupfJs truBling to

^
tW

of pxtant describmg and teaching the different methods

Biwntion

to the

culUvailon of

7Wi^^

writing,

one Ln the college

DuhUn and

in Ihst

vi'^cc

ihe

Duke of Chand^t, '**

(9SI P.

U.

ijUt,

?K:

If

lho9c mansucripts are

on ihf Bitdmt

Bvoilnble they could Vedic ciWIi^tion flf Ireland, Obvious!

atili

329

hnv

hsd only one coBeg*

wh^

iJI^'^ ^^^
^^^" '^^"

HTggina wrote
Tndlit

Ws book

^L

^^^ n*^luotd mW P^^^ ^ ^ """^ aynonymi the pwiwge are but


'"
iind
.g'

in

that

IbG Pruld^

of

word Brihmln,

EtmpcBit CuKuTT Nourish^ b^


HJffEins al^o hints Lhnl. the

Eunojwan

ci^ili-^atio^

^Ult:

book also mentions on pages 4a Ui 51 of his ^.alMnw Natsarkot, Kashmir and Varaneti In India l^f"'*** ^^^^

wus

nourished by the Vedic culture in India, by observing th bei*T ihe Greek, the Roman and ibe Celtic lan^uaaot L*^""'^^
liy

Russia 3 were great ancient centres <rf leamiftj TLflfit-Jwnd (In immense Sanskrit literature ejdated. Apparently irnsi of

'"*

hich

M. HuddlesKrn
..
(

is

wpbiinffl

fei)

)^ ihel 8 singular siream oremigratiwi flowed


i:airL

perfectty consislenu

as

Mi]]

^^'^

irpas"*^

^^ ancient Ipnming throughout the world,

bs

^^tandrla. Istanbul

and Rome w^aa deatroyed by Muslim and Christian

aomp

ireav naiion fn the

l^ the

West,

f^ "^
*''*'

OM

iniggtiiijj, if

thp eKprassion, with amjUt streemleu the coumries at

th-?

ritjooum.'"*
Thrt
En

'great nation in the east'

was non-

and 61 Higgins haa get out a table of camparable On pages 60 proves that the remoter we proceed In time ^pds which clearly to be at the narrowing apex as the sole divine find Sanskrit

ot.hflr

then Tnii

anclml tlme^,

source- language

of the world.

Dhlnllv of Vcdic LttrnEng

PriesU World Tnivtl bj Vcdic


Our asaertlDn elsewhere in thia volume that under the worM part of the globe, VedIc fldministration people had free access to any
is

_^ns adds "If

it

vpere to

he Bdmitted

that an tntereount
It

ancieitly eidsted betw^Pn Indis, Persia

and Bi^Lmn,
Sanskrit

ccutd

bew
all

hrt

cQndudied

b}f

the chiefs of ihe Brahmins, the Magf

{ind the B
for

Druids..., the substiwtion of the


traces of

bome out by Hiiiglns' observation tbat "in general d priests Britwo dei-vish^ i Drutd. a Brahmin could pass from Tndta to
by
his

reHnd

wll

account

Uhe r^mnam

pnytcted
....Tbe

sacred characier with perfect ease.


Festival
J

"

writinga

a PfT3epolis bear b strong resembiane^? to Lhq Irish Osham.


. .

letters of

primeval learning]

X'oiua

A Druldic Vcdlc

The word Agam or Oeain, for they are the same in Sanskrii. i* mynerioas aocording lo Sr wQiiam Jones. .ThraeOifham charwlffi
were the
writing on leaves was the Homans... Tivt Druids of ireland did not pretend to bt th# inventory of the secret system said thit i^
.

'*The festival of the 2nth of

December was

celebrflled

by the

Bmlda
of bills.

first

invented letters,

in Britain

and [inland with great

fires lighted

on the top

also proverbl*)

vqms

This festival

was repeated on the


isles.

12th day. or on

wM
in

*e

call

the Epiphany..,. The oi^er of Druids was as


in

common

of lettera but

ioha^iM them from the most remote enUquity. *'"

Pmace OS

the British

Christmas

tn

France

is

caM

Nod-

^5

^^nlfti

th Sanskrit grammarian and b1] other ancient soure*. rapeitd]y point out ihat the jnitiaj ( Sanskrit) letters and othw

taol*dte
linBnh.y.

WB

gifted or taught

by divfniiy and not inveal*^ '

wort h In fact, the Hebrew or Chaldee word Nute.-lo Triab. in Chrijiinaa Day (In Cornish it is Ksdeii'K). is called Nolagh ArtTujrlcan, Nedelek. evengreeos, and in the ael, NollIng....The Wrtlculapiy n^^ the countr:/. mistletoe, which are used all over

even

in

Uj^dgn

^^^

festival,

oriTfl' betray the DmiJliai

*"* tiad evidently

nothing to do with Christianity.

(77)

fi. fbM 27 42,

(38)

f>|i.

m.

P^S1,

Ibid.

j^^r
330

^
.5

W<iHhJpofV*d*cIWila
'Ainoni the GviU, more than Inuidred year^ b^^ of Charti^, s festival *&, Ctihttim em. in the district cetebJrt
to

r^gl^^

^'ii bef^jre
bfffi

monast*ri. many of th*m Christian era. a day had from nw Immmwrirt ihe
*^

*^*^ ^^^^

*^^

^he dedicated to

Cod

Sol

<ii.i.

the Sun) ai hJi birthday,

t^

Uk

tKKWur cf the

vingi'n.

Citta,
n

Tbm

V, pl6.
In
l'^*'*

Dupws

^tvm pariture^ Tom tn p. 51,

CPeCout,

I^td^
ft

ep'thet Lord... Thus came the 25th OecemtHr. bore the that he of the G<id Sol to be Belected as the birthday
fffllivfll

^
of

also Prichjui

found atOtfort on ti3ch wBs fjiulMted b female, nuraing an infani-Hhe Goddaj day... a memorial of the or Uw year nursiDg the God

p X.

p 9S)^

MiLhraic

monument was

5^^ and
.

the-Onijdicsl festival of the Winter Solstice to

^^^rite...
fj^jfn

(the birlh'cif

bwomt theSunon^hDffiember) was


.

India to the Ultima Thule. .l^eae ceremonies partook

biith tf

MHh
Daj...

in the night of ligh t

. -

Tb? ProUstant mod e keepin^f Chrkmi,


Vtnri

sfitne gf tbe

character.,

b A remnBnl
AjiiiijuJiei

of the old Etniacan woj-ship of the

mi

chfld

The Goddess Nurtie (whence oyr IVurge)


[reproduces)
in

Goriiu'i

people

extract it shoruld he apparent tlmt all indent From th& above ihTWighout the world whal^er the name of theiV community
,

TuB

m*l5 the child in her armj.

No

print an old Etruscan Coddai doubt the Romish church vmJd

or region,

were united by

common

Vedlc tuHure and abserved

hiw
Mjne

clsiiTwd

her for

Nurtia^ in

Msdorma but most unlucldly she hu hsr Etrus^n tptlers, on her arm, after the Etrusau
festive! with

be that one and the same festival had contmon festivals. It could dirferent emphasis in different regions. In our own limes for
I
iniieitcen

Ganesh worship, Durga f^tival, Dussera, Beepawali uuJ


,

pr9rtii....11iis
fflriy

was a gi^al

the Persians* Mjthra.

wl

In very

Makar Sankranti

are observed by Hindus everywhere with

differfnf

Uma

Mlehrated the birth Of their

g;a<3,

"*

ODpliaa's and, significance.

II ii

obvioua from the above deieils that l^ristmas, far from


is

The people of ancient Europe were known as Celts


According to
ta

alias Kelis.

beinj a Christian festtv^

an aadent worldwide Vedlc

faiive]

Dorothea Chaplin

' '

people under

this draignatJon

seem

oiBTJong the
ffid of

tflt

or the northeno

hemisphere towards the Sun, Tht


tlal

have varied in racial characteristics and to have

apokw

different

the Mahabharai

war about the same time imparted


i?

tanguageSn while

apparently possessing

in

common

a religioya gystem

ancient Vedic fesUval ihth an added significance of relief. iOV

^^

Krishna *OTship, Thai


tt-ar.

why from
"s

the end of the Mahabluf*


.

wWch included halts of Justice. These people were subject to an authoritative body of DruJds or priests who framed and enforwd

mudj

^
.

before the beginning of the Christian era


in

statues

of

Uwa

for
(

the benefit of the


i$

community

The Aryan

origin of the

htAy chad. Chrian

I^eltic

His mother

arms used

to be con^ecraieii

Bid WOThipped

every homestead around the world.


in

^ one
^ai
in

peopEe)
find

a controversial subject, butin which otherdireclton a clear explanatfon af fire worship and of all the
^

^ V^^"

^^^ "'^'^ hy *h[uh OiristUns took


their cuatflma
""^

whole communiUM

'^e'nonies apertaining to
'^ tfptnif

it

? il^etv

^e are ibese functions d&cnM


Rigved* that ttsctibed Uf the

at

and rtamped them as Christian is explair*ed by "^ Wl^ 161 or hig book. Th. Celiic Dniid*-

such an eriy date

oT^T-^ r"^"^ dmdJ.''L^ Eene

^"*^ ^*i

^'**1^ churches wei* t&^^

^M

which
thf

saavd

iiiei^tuiv other thn that

Qf the Hindvs

an

ZT^ ^
(J Pt IE im, oy^

uivertJ to Christianity, and


their excdlent

m'^

Boar end Serpent be tivced ^^^^ ^symbols ?"*^

ta J defimu^

JWJn*

"

fmm

p^decesson.

^W
af

^
t)

ii^wt4

U^

above observation makes

it

preChristim clear that the


LIr*i, of Keliic afl* Hindu

formed

an

odd

mixtur*

^' leao. Maii*r, MyLh an^

^Jirfrii

232 ^juif* of lh# iroHd irw


wcfv known
In !r

23a

V^ic

etto AtTan end lU a(Imit,bi^^


*j

fgtie^

*^ *"

fashioned

on the Hhopade,!,

w4

r>ruid.

'***'^

SanaltriL literaturetoriea of anciwii

htQmmr^t^f^<y^^^syt<^' Hiiflbet}! Poor observe 1>Mfdon. iron Uurt


nsiktfit
t

^t /fjidrnf i/*e*at,vj^5i(^^ book Utled Sanxknt jw/ Kesan Paul A Co. Paternoster aq,,^^
(

*Tflba

Pe^a

too had their iranslationa of thow two Sanskrit '"^'^^ '^^'^^ '" ^^ &"Ci>t wQrid Saiiakrit w3 Thu3 c"

and 2

^,[

lo wriu. about thn literaiyre of differ^ bur book) *'T prtsip to show (hni ihiu |iteRitu difTePcnt ce*ilurie*. T wish

and

iQiiL

Persia-

a3 '""K ^^

'^

*"^ TUndu,

also used lo be i

not

many tmi
inolatwl

one: thot Ihp

same
fiom
ie

Ipfltllng

ideas have ariaen

""* "^^'^ the gi^l'


jit

^^^

culture. Bui

Uura

notes that

aeparaTed ppctthi ftpporfnlly far

<?m]i oiher. ihni each ntAitsk


rtfllity

^^^editnfsm h&s dmngpd

Persia For the worse

And ipamj

(m

hnwevcr

it

may
**

aet-m,

in

Imk

fn

the gran

^^^Tt^2

hey book)

'

Wp

miJst utter^ dismiss from our minds

chiin of dcvnlnpme"^

^"^

hwman mind,
. .

in

oiher woidg (o shw


Phoenfrlafii,

the unliy

Bfid

continuity of lilcralure,

.The histodes of

Romnn or Greeks, wore so many deljiched piK iftai me neUon ttii lAe mommt the mind iiki/;><v?. of IrfomsUon its hint&iy becomes ileUghtful uni i$ tannvcUjd with iifl others,
CflrthfifflnLeas,
. .
, . , . .

efftmioate. wescherotis, a Mohsmedm m his ^Persiitn of tadny, ins life. And go bsck to a period 2234 B.C ^gioP s sensuaiist in " ^^y^ governmstii in Persia. ^y^

^n

ihBi-e

OriBJniility

And

Supcrtflrily of Sanskrit Lilcralure

ta^mif^..Mnd enUivmngP (Tatmcp


it

is tc

the Ssrj^ioit Jafjyujifff thai ive o\ve

thfs

Ijiura
Iftfratui^

asserts fpage I'll of her

book)

that ^'in judging Sanskrit


it

the origin ofiitArMutv} w(^<niKhttchave..,.t


its

we must not
that
it

on.e

moment

forget that

was

ehsolutety

gmtni
at thf

fd(*

of

the Sanskrit ian^tige,


to
.

enarntous imporwuf

Klf developed;
ffflUwi.

grew up without any


literature
is

contact* with other

Kid its iviatlons

modem sctiV){^\ U'rur of Sohmon, 016 B.C.


"Dya'

.Sanskrit

was a spoken itrngmf


.'i34

The

Greek

not

so

independent
pathetic

sisa of Aiexaoder.

B.C."
It*

mmifraUtitm.,, Sanskrit iiterature


noble;

aecma

spiritual,

and

while the

Greek seems unapiritual, mifical and immorsl."

In Sanskrit
lort.

siunifies (he briuhl shining


\s

firmament.

fwhff

nlias

proiMLor
lifi

ttyaos PitBr. It
l.e,

is

those iwo iprms

Iht Cbui Admlnlsl ration


Utider the
'rtllw

wWcb
Pilar.

hBVtf eombdnt'd

the word Ju|>iUr

Zeuspltflr olioa Djaui

wag trained to look after

town aid Vedic woild administration^ eveiy clan, Imal. civic affair*. Such
its

own

TNwa*
botnin
in

li

the

mon mcimt name for the supreme god.


in

Tl

bwom
Itaiii!"'
U*

Zmd. Tha

Gwk. Deus
in

lt\

Latin. Dcivas In

iHw
*^ilr

In

Frmch.

md

Ilevi

Entjh&h, ChrisLiansi nnd

MusHmn

the Govrnimwit by clan was once supposed to be peculiu- l^ that that was KiBliilaiKls of Scotland, but tiow it may be known " irttt of thti worldwide Vedie socio- economic system.
l>fl'ldk

iWl

can* WmtdiNl pn^-Chrigtian dtiUes aa


rolf

emp^n*'** devils to

EducaiJon
to which of education was Vedic according

own pixiri^Md

1^ Dravidic ayatem
fWr tht flee of S a

boy was sent to the

U^ oWv
(MTiy rtori. which

pi4j^ ,2n of

hr book)

^'

In

^^^'^^ *^

istoao Vear? of education. About this

GuoiS hermitage for -Tk Uura Poor observes


the sacrtd i" Icfi^iing
to

chJ.ny inlervstins as bdnif

ih^' f^'^'''"''^

^^

Priftata

?^ **

were aUowed u> spend 20 vear^

b.t a. they never


to
lis.

committed anything

wpting the
*''''

fe^

Wfl would not rEsret ihia

sn **

"* ^*^

2j&

.^ .Le
*^*

uncannfly fl^^-^te.

She dghily corclud^ u^

tTvedic.

W
r

Crwnliichs.

Dolmens nnd

SU>nohonB,

jndait

Druittic alias

Vedie stone sli-uclures. NumuiXHn

ZCl
tatid

b saeo

scotU^

10 be

s>^

<^^ ^t'* P"^^^^ '^1^ "-^^^^ ^='^' *^^^all

'^

THE ORIGINAL

HOME OF

VEDIC CULTURE

"1^

The euprenl bdirf In ^oiher id that the Kell9 were Asiatte Irfba ftom on. TTgiw ta to be substituted by another, -^m whch mwnied lo Europ* n?^s Masse* h^ inVs Bnd ih^rttore. no TTjfKrations. no But tb^r cullurti ihey haw? been born

awdemic

circle* tbal

the Aryans

mJ^w

Arab
.Itlamic]

flcquaintance

Otscc

wrote

to

me

thai

ancient

i]]
[U
iL

culture.

Arahian culture bore a clwe resemblance with IndEan From this he concluded that India had derived

^^

mh

tHIndul culture
dffs carry

from

Ai-abla.

Tliough that

is

not wholly true

fwicnilly

lived

whm

a frain of truth.

amitationB have been chflP,(in|,

For instance

people in the vsM

TtHs votiime la

meant
as

to atfaken the v/^Ad to the re&limtion


in

Morocco were n Tew thousand niDn from AfBhani8i*n lo Algeria and MusliTaa. yrtn ^p devout Hindus but today they are swqm

TM

Uul what

we know

HLnduibm

modem

limes.
is

\3

ths encient.

Mc cutturt,
niiiwit

and that

this Vedic,

Hindu culture

the primardial

hM

dlfi.

script, dress. brtwght abmil such i change in th^r lanifuege. yeara latff. ihou^ihts. belleTs and bchavloiir that a thousand

whole world and not of tndia. Arabia or some lucb iwUled country exduaively, Uke Arabia whichever country tries
of Ibe
^

tbey

cMy be miitiken

to

have migrated from somewhere.

to iTTHie

\\i

ancient roots the search will lead inevitably utlimat|y

19

*e

Vedic tree.

ThJi gives
ajltujf

nse to the
Bid
it

vital

question as lo

whH*

did Vedic

driainate?

flow from India to other counlria or

Jftm
l.lt

iqme othsr country to India 7 Our solution decisive rwolvo


thaie

pushes.

"""icCttiiftl

by Wronij TulorfnK id Hlqf?


out of ihe Jffwa and houndwl them

jjj^lf

Hitler pers^ecuted

^^!i^ laboyring luider the mistaken r" ^^>e Jewa were not. He ts said
W* chambers.
iliujltitr.,

beUef that Gemianj


to have killed 3i%

**

mil""

exaggeration It that flyura be an the havoc that tutoring In wron^ history can ciaF>vi
if

287

3
*^

fes8 [slajnjuiolher

Instance. If a father has four sons nnd only one

- H*ttdBi*ni. A^

'1*^

^''"'"

^'^^ "^

!^"tiymo^i5 and

^^
of

*^

^retains
ajid

Communism. ^^*= '^'^''* *^'^'^ "^^^ "^^ three will be estranged from Hnduism Islam, thoae
hfe

Cfrffi'^'*^

case
'"

rtie

prot>^

"^

^^^''^
alias

^^^

*^'

^o reailT* that

wDd. unssphiHicaflei
of

(pwl-fH^ TTwrtfort?, p^reO" ^^Ite u non. Aryan mennt n bwriil, U*-ibiriIn. ndturd vjjRabond who rtfusw to observe the rui
ihe

term

-hrfm''

sijmiffod

'""^^Hffiordjjd

culture was

Hindu

Vedic and that Lb& thra

^^'t. must return to their original culture. There the three ^^^ ^ not suffer from any guilt Or inferiority- complex.

tKhavio^rpoint
ftf

iwm
view-

the flbov^^

^'*''^

Instances Hindus of India. Nepal and

Ball

Prom tHs

Jews

an

os

worf Aryfl beinjt Cfrtums. Moreover. Lhe bolh of Vedic anei^ry. Tin "V*dic'\ Germans end the Jews are Vdic culture. TTurreftFre. the ancestor* of tth rnsclJsed
ij Wj

much Aryan as ar* tb a synonym of Uw wtiM

Jterive

salisFsction

from the

fact that they conlinue lo retaiti

rtiv

while the rest of the world was weaned pHmordJal Vedic culture through force, alluremsita or iKnorance. to It
from
cults.

say

pgcsoniUiy -based

HlUtrihoalJ hav*

hug^ ih& Jews ns co- Aryans insleatl of shuntunj^


thpm out as non- Aryans.

Ukewlse the
ijtudy of this

non-Hmdu people

of the worid
is

may
'a

realize

by

bfUng Mid

bouiidiiig

volume that Vedic culture

everybody

primordial
is

Vrtic niJUira bBVfa|f

br

the primordial culture of


it

all

humsniij

fivins
fljH

culture to

wHcb

they

must

all

return. For that

th& only
religions

ftom the
ii

start of the vorid,

beSonga to

all

nillons.

&miiflquentl(f

wWch wiO ensure ulUmaie salvation. Other cults and

timss csnnoi beisud to have been confined to only one place and
faiit tlmi Inil".
ccfltir

hBytrgaU been feiunded

by

individual mortals, can never be proper


alia? Hindtiianu

flowed to mioiher. But aU evidence pouils to the

nbq^tule? for the divine

VedJc culture

niMt Mid th* Bdjoining parts of Russia formed the nefvs

^wU' fnmi where Vedic sages and adminlsLmtors spread over the
ContTir^
cttHurr
Indit.

Pocarke observes (on jsige 351 of his

"3r William
^^fffiiiy

book TT^lA IN GKEECE) Jones concluded that the Hindus had an Immemorta!
Persians, Ethiopians and EgyRtiana. the

w may more

epprnjiriately soi^ thnt worldwide

Vedi:
"f^

with the old

now wFvives mainly


Nepal and Bail

worfi in three |KH:kel$ of the

Other counines misbelipv^e IhemsilVBi


i

P^icans. Greeks, and Tuscans, the Scythians or Goths end Celts. t^i Cliin6se. Japanese and Peniviana. " What Sr WOliam Jones
*"
'^'^erved la

be Buddhiit. Chrisiiiin or Muslim iliough


before Uiy

bey were
-

all

VediPl Hin^"^

unqannfty ri^t. But perhaps scholars

like

him

did

wwe

aucJwd into ollwr indEvidual

centred cid^-

"* '^^ ^Lize that the evidence they have produced only pmve*

w
of

We may

ejtplain

m
It la

by dtin^ two Instancea- Java and

^^
!

f* ^^

whole world
ol limt,

was united

t^nJ "8

in

Vedic culture fmoni tha

todsy pnsiflniiianUy Muslim

whOe

Itte

tiny Bali island


Uift

Hindu, Vedic

But

alao

kno^n

ihat before

^^'^^'^

^^Saco Aiyanigm

Is

tmly a

synonym of the

primordial, worid-wida

Areb maraudw^

in tht I4lh

HindlHm
QJuiiuy
It

WIU

it

century Java and Sumfltr* t* ^^^^a. then be right for Ball to aay that as

* bI^^^^"'

'^

*^*^^
'^^''^y.

realiMd that Aiyanism did not apf*"*


Scholart

^"^ had mled over Javs and Sumatra? On ih* tb ca{MU] of tndcpn^B bem^ located in Java and bwa^*

^^

and iuraairw ire liKHtr regiona


Tf*
tki*

it

ii

tbey

who

ruled

f^^

Uiminf Ud*

of hiaujry

hu

Irfl

HeU Hindu

whll* -^^^

^ ^

W Wi^j
**

"'

h hitherto
*^ the

West Europe or Mesopotimia.


such apedfte
all

fiuicJed

resiotis

aa the original
ofltjf

Aiyans hnvc

ben proved vronn- Tl

m
autbenUc iaIuUmi to Lbe puioJe ia th^t Aiv^ eulturr has ber) f-vwywhei* from ihtvery V#dic tutt^!^*^
proper

"

239

ttl^tjllona

or beliefs of the ancient worid.

f^f^^
SET
-

ut suppose that A) U]^^ tthe worid end survives only Ml frm lb* rest of In i^ of he Philippines. At s^ch a lime ff hiatorians peril
rurtber aiutttiflUon
Iti

^
'^

^tmjaa V^

Wilford, Tod and Colebroolt aH hoW ih* WBliam Jones. oldest tradiUons of mankind. Ibal iboae record the

entirely Vedlc

and

Ihat Lhey

mver

the mtlr% gl<jte

r*]b/^

writer
(L

Ukm

Misled

bt propw

in tevBr*! other reifiona of th* world ioq for them to aiiiTnlse thai Islam <irl(j:inaitd'|.

'^i^
(^U

needs to be dtrly rtoogniied. India alone, V*dic Culture

of ihc HL>b

|Mgppln99 and hod spread from ihere to the rwt ^r ib* Tb lam* upplin to Aryanim alias Vedic cuUupt. bUu

i^
|^
Vb
iiih

^j^

0^

the nene-centre or the hub eni head-quartera iit India W4S world Vedic culture. la 6Kreat from xver^
priniDrdJal

Dhanna

alias

fflnduism.
it

Only

because

il

survjve*

<:Si^ duel, being

l^*^"^^'

predomin^Lntly

cannot necfq3artly have spread from

ii^tf

vp-u
world

ii

woiM
itill

b tnorie accurate to assume and

mxii

ihu

Universal t*arad be Ipdb the

V(idie culuire has l)een


ti

fonjotien and forasken ebflwh^


followed,

fn il

The

Lam

Tibet

is

a maJpronundation of the Ssnakrit

terrn

continuea to be revered*
in)

and p^^amt
i

jrfvtjhtapmeanlr^g paradise.
Ssiuvarlflke

The holy pak.

Railaa, the

acred Manes

prfdonuiumUy

tnd^a. Nepal and Bali.

Such on Mtidaratanding cf history

^m

Sjraswati

and the venerated aourceg of the rivers Ganga. Yamuna. and Sndhu are al^n the Himalayan region. TTie supporting

nol oaiy pnnt


th

Lo

fat

Artb \radjtion that


IB

Adam

first

stqiped on

tlie

earth from the heaven

1 rMiizaiion of the ultimate troth but viU also provide

i^

tndia pofnts to

the fad that Tibet. Kaahmir and the Himalayin


*

answer to ihe vexed and intractable queation of the oriffP^ lnw


of Vedic culture aUaa Ktyans.
^

foothUlB

may be that region which

is

named heaven
"

'

alias

'

piradise

uij which has all


nucteuB of

holy agsociaiions.

From

this

it

appeari that the


all

Bwide*.

the rraliislion

thai

Vedic

culture

is

iiuui'i

nd'

humanity steeped in Vedic culture spread

over the

primopdlal. univeraa] heritage should be helpful in manJtiJH''"

mi

VCHd frmn the Himalayan region


[adla die

for poace and Bdministrative and social unity. If

enrtfr

l*Efi

Cunodkn of Vedic LUeraiun


due
is

humanJty fl the need to

islatiliah

a world

govemniwil tfrf*
Another

away with crippling and


that Vfidte cuJlur*
la

alienitinK regional barrier they

the hJKheit

common

factai-

*^"*'r *^^^ ^^

oT the

ancient Vdic Sflnskrit literature,

that India alone largely retains a whole ringe and evinces intense devotion
tft

CBD

aJi

lAcaU^ return to find iilUmate peace, aolace. identity.

ma

reverence for Vedic ctUture unlike people


Hindii Defence of Vedic Cul*ui
third c!u 18 the

other couniria,

'^niEfll

^Jt^mmir
349
of

WQau

o^wervw fas quoted by E.

P*^^"^^

ihB INDIA IN GREECE). dtfwjapmiol ot tbe dtidrine, tpaditJoni and institution In the PuranM vUH txUnD w* nol ihe vor\^ i>f * ^^'

Wi book

tiUed

OT^
,Vi

^i^

^
1

Hindu flmuieaa with which the cneam of ^^rtyas kept valiantly defying the ruthless might of fAiisWrn and ^"ti Invaders for 12:16 years (712 to 1947 A.D) TKia wwjidn 't

T^

r"'
i

>*>

POMible

If

the roota of Vedic culture

al/aj

Hinduim
to

tHrtimony Ihai
Chriirtlwiity.

et*bliJih*jd
tin

thei- ^xiatefic*-

thrw

^^''^'^'^^j^^j
hvi'*^

^*
B,*?^^'

'" India.

compared T^ere Vedic culture may be


all

cvriet

back ui d

loP oUauily UuA i, pnjbebly ncft

nsore re*""^ "V^t '^'^ ^f *^ aurpesaed by

much

^yan

tree

whose branches canopied

mV

*"*** root! bound the whole world toeihff.

over tJ worid Ut*r. howevar.

'

an

Qff^m

n(l

Vdic culture,

* Mimllm assaulta hoched t>w brwichM or tt^t CMt and oownlrtes and rv0Qm wcw wraichfti
**j.

trt

OrDcce BS to other part*


1

of

the world frwti india

joltur*

f"

wtlhSn ns short a Ume lu Iwo motiihi. by onf.sojnt'tEmt^ i"^ cullure succeeded in rests Un mofUl h)awu\^ Indie, VfldJc

^
^j

.ff4t*["

^P

|,p,jj

^^ pjgn^tKjnJ

common rwflT^oir or like blwd pumped or the human body. But the abovf -quoi^
tfikai to

Ijyiitel*"

houldn

't

be

mem

that India

wm

one natlnn

nurtured by Vedlq tU Kahftiriyn tradition,


rocrtftj

pbsprvatl*''^

tuiliort

'^malnej^
for 13:15

^^^
^^'^^^'^^^yj^

^^

^^^^^

Lhnugb the Gree^u had soms other


jjrevafled

in

EtJ

ffltlb.

TTiflt

deTianc^ end
ia
ft

resisUnw

of

tlie

moat bruud a^aQUlls

unique foat of

unpuralieift)

r^^

tlipy

were iwmebow

upon to accept Hinda.

p^pjrate ^"
VfldiC

culture

_ ^^

^^^ spread of lalam and ChrlatiBnity in

modem

while others in hisujo- Because?

haw
ia

fou^jhl a

^ev^

year wu^,

hurwlredyear war Hindudom


ftiughl
11

m&'year

the only eommunlly which fn, war not only &mnyi aliens but agaiim itsQi,^
tq Chrtsturuij

ffttwhOe brtLheren who. because of their convqr^jon


tftd

fiTwhood whether

world long before the Chrfstim era ^lualion in the of time humantly ^raa one ^(Terwt Trom the be^nning over differem living in one place or scattered

Itlam b*ine helpers of the

enemy.
the

!r
world hsvs

continue to be guided. cont(led and That brotherhood


w*. currently

A number
faith

of lading thinkers around

Xtflh^ fmi" what


-rtrt

kno

aa India.

r^cofiniud both the fscUS

namely ihnt ihe ajnL-Eent world hag acoimnri


India

author of

The Thtog^ny

of th Hioi*^

and culture

find thai

was the pivol of

thai cullum.

168 of his

book

"No

naUoti
of the

on earth

<>^^ ^" can vie mih Lh


in

Wntipm Burant. author Of the 11 volume Story ofavHIaihi


obRTMts '*bdia wa t^e motlierland at our race, and
Iht

^dus
S^,

The high dvfliMtton


to China

Hindus gradually extended ItacW

^iM
otocr
ft

r: ;^Vm^opia,
^d

to Egypt, to

Fho^dc.

tt^^^^

molher of European jangunges, She was the mqlhef

phDosophy....

of our mathematics ,, of the ide&la embodiri

ChristiEnlly...of
in

selF-govemment and demKracy-...Mi>lh^Ifl'''^'^


,

to to Japan, in the aouth to ChaJd. and ^d to Sumatra, In the north to ?e.^a. to the remot* and lo Rome end et length whence it came to

C^>^^^
^

C^k^

Ci^

''

mflny waya the molher of us


'ftflt it

"

abode of the Hyperboreans.

all

a venpi sppropriate appraisal because like e fond

0W^

Edwa^ Potocke
much of
it

ohaerves

-Now

the whole of the

^c^
f^^
/^

h wai

India which nurtured

and nourished the whole

of humflU^*

C^ dvU and mfUtary...


hut th. attendant
religion

phyarcally and oiUurally. Tike

young children

learning on t^i*^^
PonJixWfor and

specially Indian.

enim.tly mu.t fftnke one ^ being e i.a demonstrate thit lhe


.1

ahafl

of liwif

mother

li

was tndis which provided

U^^

of

1^"T

the fducation of

all

communiUea throughout the worid


identity
in

MfespondinK

and

tanguage.

shsJI

exhiDH
flf

^^J^

"rty

w* 1^ 1 DHifornuty and

"J^'

dliijppHLring
<3ins

lanfua^^

rtWlttifp, Kholastlttrfidmon. ternunolQt[y and ever^ otiicf^ qC buniif. icUvity. Another *^'"''"*

^^Z^
n*

appesr egajn from India, western India, to "


plains of Troy.
1^'urld of the AnrJenl

m umw,

who fought upon the

nulhor rumarks

far tnore idvin&ed

must have been the

tfiscbers and

^'^^

^BiKrii ibe Suit

UoKuagc
1^

Sln Greece

apposed

to be the fu^nt

^"'^P!^^
^^

>^

"ince

Otwce

itself

a had the same culture

IflO"-

1^ "*

ahove ramjutj

may be underttood

to

mean

sbQVft,

it iB

ohvioua thnt the pre-Oiri stiBJi

cuHurfO T^fc^^^y^

''^'^^IP**ofthfi|U|ui

tSJ. tndla En

Grwep.

tsy

Rdwari PkdcIw-

"

^2

243

n Viic.
ued

Aad

since Sanslml

wes the
it

sol?

Inn^oKe of

Ved'

^jrimord^l
to J"**" rj

dvfllMtion. Because Vedle dvfljtttlan

Wi

of

in evflrr

sphwt of

life,

Die lutguflgt of the ancient

apparent that Sanskrit w'^**' ** ^''* unjted VedJc world,


jj
'

rjlvlne
'"

advanced, tophiaticattd u\^ civfliawl ^BB the most ^^^,^ of life. Though in th& curmit aOlh rantury we
cientlfit^

AnrtW author Km
philosoiphy
wftlcli
,

stated
f

AdeTuir^, the fatherof ^oirimpftt


ifi

^^
*"^ "^

'^

and technological advancement, yet


'^'*^^^"" ''^

in a

number

>, such aa pollution* moral behaviour, thu nurti

. ,

.placed ihe crad e of man itind

the

vail cy of

Ka^i^

l idflilin^ with psrsciis^^ To Adelun^

which hes prevailed


in xht

widdy* that
some

we g^e ihe ohr ^' since the human race ominaiJ


CelLs
'

gf cbiWr

nd en

awy
^^^

'''^'^ ^*^^''

^e- teasing and pnaUtuUon

^^_^

crime, the addicliOJi to drinka and drugn.


Of a diaeaaed and degenemtt todety.
bohavlQfur

down
"^*ki
'^

aa

aympioms
'"

East mti West^ifly ntJons, the IWriana and have been the first to leave the parent, '^

atip

decline
Ijy

P^^'^*^

and Mcf&l happnew

^P^galed

proliferation in mechanical gadgets?


Is

We sbouJd

Uke

to suggest
In

slight

emendmentjg

ui the abovf

Modem

society

falling apart in every

way. VedJi society wai


timet even parents

ranorks n&-nly

encieni times the word Tibet (Trivi^hiar - \a San^k-i meaning Paradise] may have applied to the
ihflt

undivided families while in mede up of


fr^ni ^^^'^ Uvt jffparat^

modem

entiB

grown-up children ind evtn mamtd csupka

HinsaJBysn region upto Afghanistan. Katiiralty the Kashmir vMIej was a part of tbe Paradise Secondly the view that ihe moat
"
'

n getting

separated*

Weatffly nations (such aa rberians and Celts) must hsve been


firsL to
ihfit

the

leave India cmild


living in

be put

in a differmt

way.

We

may ws

b'me?

Waddell has alao noted that m andent Afldher author. L.A. "We disMver humanity had t common culture. He states
unity in the essenUeJs of
all

pMple

every pari of the world followed

Vedii: culture.

that ite hitherto inexplicable

the ancient

But ai a

nesiilt oF

ihe colossal

dstmcUon

of the ^tah^bhBrat wjr,


Thereafter, the
difdcuit una

dvOizatlons is

owing to the

original unity of the highfr dvfliiaLlon


ita DT^i^inaifli**,

the unh^ersaJ Vedic administration broke down.


farther
it

iiidits diffusion

away

community was from

tidia the

mor

throughout the world by

ih* rulanf

of Aryans
*

and spedally.... their aea

goiJig

(branch} tbt

ocjmmunity to communfcate with India, Consequeitly fwiour communities got progressively sgolaied quicker than tho
for that

Rneiidena".

We
CTjlture

have eitplained elsewhere


and not a race. Therefore

how

th
'>

*An'

S^ipjifie*
If

Vedie

ncarv

India, ^filita^i]y

and administratively Bi30 [ndJa got

col

off

WaddeU

rwiurita

understood

fnEH WetflTi re^ons much earlier than Eastern regions hK^n* Of uprhwigg of Christiana and MuslLras In Ihe Weat.

lo siBHtfy that it

waa Ar^amsm

which had that is Vedic culture

*prd thraughout the

wodd be "The of now

is

absolut^y right.
the Sanikrii Iwguaue

A ?Vendi
orth
whifih

author. CrtjJMr

ohawves "If Iherc


t

is

a country on

H.H. Wilson remarks*

afflnitiea of

on

fimiy claim the honour of having been the cndJf


or at (i

PWf* a oommon origin

widely acaltertd n&ijons


it

"^^
^

of Iht

the scene of primitive dviliwition. tbe uconsiv dev^opmenii !*** of which were earned into all of tbe*nciml varicj, ihe hkaiinga of knowledge which is Ihe**^ W* of man. that country Mjurtdly is India, *'

human raw

*hw,
^^w?

dialecta
all

they are treccable and render

uniiueationaye ih-*

^
^**

must
of

ipoi have spread abroad from some Jitrl

the

Blobe

fi

r^

inhabild

'^"^'^

Thtwpnii pnmiti ve

civila,iio

'

ahould rtlher be

,:* ^'f" by Hntmii, aeon

LA

W6d.

thi!

book Phomlaifi

OM^ * lit*

md

AnglO'^iiAW.

(M f

1.

-nw

Ort,j. rf tfc.

^^^

' ^-

by air

Qi, ftTfuce, VWijiu PunsH. OxTonJ

T.>lar.

M4
Falhfr PhlUps
hfis

W>
ndmiiwd on page 231 of
Otf Tft't^^mtwi
his

book

tiilRj-,,

Tc*.it rf th*

V*dM -Ader
boflks of the

Ihe lal^si reafiirnrlies in ii^

hj.J*

nd

fhmnaTcy of

wv may

safely

all thf

Hi^w3a

M ih* oUest book,

not only or Ihp Ai-yan

^
^^^

hum^.

ihflt

ere Justified thwerore. [n coridudjr,^ but r th whole world, Wfi nd purfif conceptions of the Vedjc Aryjuig blfther
liic

Uh

iwdation. rewrit r t primiU'w <Uvine


%i^\j^
Ttraj;^ Wftifi^
(in

Tint agsan the lerm Aryan has bn nrUstakmly ueod la Vedic CiJlure Itscir waa 1 raw. As esplflinl by us earlier t Ar>'inism. ind thai culture was spread thnjiufhoui ihe
Ther*fore, FiihH- Philip
fict
is

INDIA AS IT

WAS KNOWN

right

in

consfdering ihe Rigvedg

tD ibe Vrfss> to be a book of the entir* humonkifid Ihrcughovl

<(hflwa!d.

He has slso very properly

r*gaT"ded the

Vodss as a

reveJed

dla

has

bwn

the hub, the root, the mairtand. the heartland,

of nJ beadquarttrg
InrittentaTly
it

may

be staled here thai Muslims and ChristiBia


b.

^ Ihe
tlTfle

banyan tree
&ven
if
b^'

wofldwide Vedlc culture. As such like tb* root tht nfiBaicsl power to sprout it setms Ui have
in hlst^fy

usuil^ djstin^sh their sects as relt^'ons bssd on

flew rooi3

hacked. This has been derrwnstrBted


Ititiia'g

boo^ nudi
in^ arain
'

Vedic culture
live

allfta

Hinduism,

willing.
to

Uj# Bibl# or ih* Koran. Tbe IskmJc t?mri for Ihal

fa

Ritftbit'

Bui wtwfl
In fart

we comB

lo Ihirk

of

Jt

tr* not the Vedas a book loo

^Indrm and yet


?

wntinuing to

through 1235 years ('12

19*7

auwe th? Vedia rongUtute the printordla] revelation


ChriBlianily

those

who

ftoaLsd

and islam also

felt

the need for

wmt

iymiuitic

KripLiuT of ihpir own.

and Christian assaults even though countrie* njird branches of the Vedic iree w?re nillures ebcwhera, vwhich were Aa audi, out adsUHice in as little as two to four months.

AD)

of Miisiim

wiped

of

mattera pertaining to India


Hi hiilocy

need spedal review in certain as^<^

to hetp

llie

world Vedie reader a general undeRUinding of

cullurv.

nus Phni!f

like

rmnd expression in
Miulanfl AliAf

o^tort Jmmorta! resilience of ihe soul of Vedic MusHm poH. i confession of heJplessnesa of a

Huaain Hall *ho rued-

vrdft

a^ra

fr^TT

^!fw

J^^f"^ ^^^^

A'^

^^lalfld

nito English

it

means

:-

That incomparable

&rma^

of Islemi

Whose pmud

fiag

every countiry did aliio

Which stuck not in any gulf or itralt Overcoming Unpodirnenta jmall or groit

..

W
249

Whicb
Wt&. Such
Both

sailed proudly the

seven seas
b^i

plHSt swflJlowed uJtimalely

IheGon^j,
sevei

be disowned. That la a miicQnaiption. All ju Bhould word Hindu as e teim of wfl" ,1^ ^^ do not feature the ^]c ^ll^^J*"^^^ aeveral Muslim dicUonories which explain the

^^

h TndJi.

iHe

mn

fCHint of

Vedic wiKuw,
is

kn^wn by
,

^ftUuse/T^ ujndogtan ^

otber nvne? such as Bhamt and HIndusthnn This


individurtls

nol uncommon

fis

evoking a feeling of adoration and

Hlnd^ -^

nnmes pr^errcd hie Itw natives or famOiarlo outsiders, Sam. Japan, E^ptn IbeRriUsh tiles. SorwMy, ^^enetc. have all more than one nam?. Rharatvarsh
and otmnlries
different

b^r

riffiifS^^"'

gven s

Tnajority ming that a vast

of

Muslims use the term

^Ibs Bharet
timfs.

name which

applied to the

whole woild

^j^^^siof, of gross oontetnpt. the remedy does

in

ondwii

'^'^
"*''*

when

Bharil, a Vedic prince ruled the world. Uter, however


oliss

nice the Mahebhartt war the term Bhsrat

^wn

Btiaratvarab hsa applied to A progressiv^y shrinking retfion of the world practmng


it

!tondoning it or the adv&rsai^


I

running nway from


a

it.

The proper remedy

sense of awe and respect for that


ring
that

"

^ugh "^'
*"'

In

forceful oclion. T.very

Vdic ftjUuffi, Thus at oce time

applied to the region compn^j^ig


IXirke)',

or disrespect

name can be impart^ a depending on how the people bearing


ffindu will continue to

ihrlndinn petiinsuls, AfKhanistan. Persia. Rossis and


Russia. Iran and Turko'

Uter

"^T^Bve The

name

be ridiculed

if

Hindus

u^

cnil

off but Afghanistan remained i

r^'aueto
jj^.

bfl

indiscipUne^i.

cowards, selfish and submissive. The

pan of

India

SUtl later,

from the time of Mobunad Gazhna'^' ev^

every

.Afifhanislan
Efist

was wrested aw^.

Now

from 1947 West Punjab and

y^y

returns tit for tat he will be Hindu stands firm and by his enemies. A community which feared end respected
an

Bcnn^

too hav^ Tjeem cut off and the tenn

Bharal^rsb applln

oflEiot field

&nn^

"^'^^

"^^^^ win a war.

iJy to the region frem Sriijfigw to Cepe Comorin

Tben shrinking bcfundarics of Vedic culture ought


of

to be a matter

cmt

concern for

aJl

humanity because the honour of women,


the security of children wfll vanish
in

the frdorn of

men and

and ridiculed for his name by Ms tormentor? if he panders to their demanda TrillBEver esm any TTJspect from them change the enemy wfll Hid fesps changing his name. For every and rag the Hindu even more. The pmper

pcraon ragged

jwr more

ridicule,

the propcrtion in which Hinduism dias Vedic culture shrintis.

TCMdy under such a situation


Bvrany

is

to instil the fear of

God

in the

Tw
tr*cl

other

nqme

Hindus^than is believed by

some

to be sn
irt

and

all*miijve pnmunciaUon of the term

andhuslhan

i.e. lilerfllly the

tbdr

make him respect the word Hindu. Let Hindus he F^ud name and the world will be proud of them. Any name
dedication and of the deeda, soerificej. valour,
that are associated

on both sid^ of the Indus- However, at least, within living memof:^ the Wjrm Hindiisthan has been applied to the terriwry on Lhc eestem
biuilt

soiuira the ring

Spline
^

with

it

and the world wiO be proud


selfishness

of

tfae

Indus river, extending down la Cape

ttion.

Contmrily

if

cowardice corrapiion.

end

Coawrin. Fnam 1S47 A.D* onward the term Hlnduathan signtfies tt tit from the Wsijah bonier (north of Amritsar) U) Cape Conurin.
Hindus reused the name Hlnduathan fllias jTrndLiBUn UlnivS with K finkiAef connouiion. being Inweated with an abusiva

Jft^linfcj,

g^

aasDciated with a

name
is

the

same

naitie will atink,

J^^w.

^ cbequered course of iu

tbe repuialion of a

name

never the same throughuul

V* torn

depertiiins history. Jt keeps fluctuating

turn I of
'^ ^'

iZS^'

illujdKi. Ttttr

Hindu

Lhni iKjme lalamic diriiunarfea explain the at iignl[yin a thief, therefore t^i^ Bftd

oiatmA

ir^'*'^8^

or acoundr^l.

^'^

nstionfortune of any individual, community or **^^ to stick to one's traditional name and make loauit scope ofone'sectiviUei

one

own needs and


is

one s but never to please the world. Because changing


Itself

"^l^B lo escape teasing

more a defeat which Invites

%m
(onnftil HK) ridkiuls

j^^jBconsfdEredthqtfijndulflmheaamuJa.n^nkjn'

Tbi Aesop

FaWc*

tii]*'"**r^t or tbat lonB streteh the


Ijile

tmn

Hindu

Km

ben

of g rtonV
*'^

ihnr nwfi

hu

i ipproprfit* moral.

Nn mnlt^r
l.b

rf^''"^
sH*
j*fl
**
'^

whiit eomfc^

IbV worlds

dut to

nde or not

lo

nde

dtmkijy and fv^n


deriilinn

^"*

*"
'^1'

ht U)

MualEma for the last one tb&tuned Ktiva by some dismissed es a mere pin-prick misfortune.
b&
It

hm
lb*

on

*h(r ff(i1(ln the


\t

imlookem nrv^r iicppcd


perfoii

i^j'

l^y^

could

be shown that even

MusMma have

Ukflwin therv

ihP

dory af
one

who bwng

''^'^
rrf

dionUitf]^

tffe

imnw
OuL LA

ThanthsnpflJ (IiTOnwpj chosen for

M(

dnooH

beltirr

Dyrin^ hJ*

him by Ms par** smnch he uw j^^^^


.

flP^?' ^^pjten iW'*' *Wch Muslims revere as


'H*

hJgbest reverence reserved for India. For instance. Jannete Nisban i.e. India ia the very heaven,
"

of celestial ori^n
TXirtEey

tamtJy (WKOginiE s group of asallflntj all by Wmsrif Hji^hly mprajj ha akni for the hen ' rutmp Aa luck would havt it ^h^
J

^^ B^pt
,

rfverB

am
(i.e.

Farst >" 1^*5-

'^**^"

and Sehu

^,^^
Highly !liPt**l^^'"*^ l^. A

wu

Cow^nl', ProcwdinK {Urthor he met ui mjly wonsan s^hoj* Lit^r he mi a oamo itimed aui lo be Lovely, K"wiii
"
'

phllfiniLhiiQpiNt

wht^

ruune was Midas.

T^us he found
lywn
it.

thai iktob
cif

^^'^*^ Tjw Affl*a

*^''

^^^^'
in India.

'^^^

progefiitor of biimanily

Fu

JnUgral reLoUvi

bAv8i

the

nsme and
hia

Lhe repuljiUcm
con:gmniLu]

^j^j

frt]m the

hesven,

pHMfl.

So be dedded to
In history

reapKi

nsms,
far

ThBrthmjal father thm hankw Kf chsnffp

jighil 4ti

Arab wriler has

in hi a

writings expressed great admiration

All
.

such
If

Btoriea hav
liwtli.

"^

P^n

t moni
Ihal

Never try to please ihe world

one is
will

oonviEicBd

BiJiirliin'Mohniood

name Jahij Abu Usman.

stands

for

Umarbin'

on? t aJnu arc

pun

onc-'t

own

nArrietog

ulUnuLetv
Anotber Arab writer

Opmmimd

Itw woHid 'i dJtntioji and respod.

Thn-eFikya-Himzani has recorded


country blessed with
,

thaA

Olhrr Facets

^ God's

grtce [ndla is the

irrcinstic plants.
SJid e

dtimonds and

other

gems Mppos. elephants peacocks


,

nitmber

'

Moreover then ar aLher ivpects t4 be conErfderftl. The ierm ftlndu may htv^ been debased a ttrm or abuse in aome fnsUnen
'

i/*doi:iIille

animals. In thaL descriptioTi he has used the

word Sindh

lodmcte the province at the

mouth of the

Indus, at well as the

but VTTy

many

crthpr

Irtsteuices

may

be quoted Where the iwm

Hbdq
It

exud* KloraUon and respect

I'm Hindu dj peferring to the rest of the country without wiy *nspt etutchlnf to either term.

m^

s3w be noted

thai the

wbsUtute pronunefation
iralt ^cjoe.

Hbsdw

_^
* ^

tefca

of fbrahim

Abu

Anajil

alias

Sindbad the SaHor are

CoT the word SLndhu} 1 oot a


in

Muslim
all

Even
wi>i>
'

in tndjin

'*' of a

the SaurBShtJB regioTi

e.|.

words bcKinninK
'

S' wt

Valdja alfas Ruidya fi.e. fl Hindu Ayurvedic medicaJ ^tlofver) from the province oT Sindh in oncient India. The tslttmic
Arbo^LrmEan twist given a Si^t snare ^

ifivariably
Is

pronounced unth aaubsiitite h *. Thus the i^ord Smilht proEUKuuxd hflirjh*. Somiiaib is mentioned as HnflUwlh^

by Muslim wnters to ancient Hindu

'

nd

which imparts a deceptive Mohsmedan ring


bifitory.

BO

ati ill

blorv Uie line.


fn

TN iJfWid m*y b noted even Ui*nn pmi iphene' li pell*d


U
li

Europe where, for


'

Ii)B""*'

"nrtwlrtiT^'^^^^^ ^"^
"*

as e.B-

Sndh Vaidya

has

beei

and compounded as

Sndbad.
10 India

as

hpmlHphera

'

unhiiruinail to believe thAt the

16 liidiini by

boAik aiim,

'"

term Hindu wat SuUtTtuUR* 9 contiiptuou(i label.

Conil"***"^ lajned <

bitiiii^^'*'^* ^ttlllij

Maaaudi paying tribute

hw

taud&l even

^"^ Mahout

training of Indian eTephanta.

He

narrates

how

*ith 'h- iBi AKWld univereal trmd.

of an Indian (tlpinhant died the latter inctmsolably

"

m
-ii>

Arab? learnt arithniellc from Tndlani adds thai the

In Biotlwr

frirf<Jit

Kwd

of ekphaiits led out q^ n,

bisMrian Yflkubf has r^vnvA to punlUv* ejcpediUont Ml *j,b from India against Babjlonia end rti*^" aoveretgn
^jy
fl

^^l bL iht

>ifl8d

of the herd led the

way. As the

leader

ne^ou J!

lua*'

bBT. fiinied

happened to emefe out of her hoiue. JjZ *"" I torn t tlw un*3^ect3 appearance of a hu^ fonn ttkffl alHtk by \' spmwled in the lane. At ttnit the leading

*^

md

^
m y^
jau^

fljaslan port
'

on the Black Sea atfll bears th Sanskrit niim term Sndhu i,e, the sea (and bIm from tha Seaakrit

*ieph^

ibe

tjiinffi.

Re

signalled to his

folbwera lo stop and

es

Od^

river). the Indus

ImpdfwJ by almost a
loose

md of tbe on wis W cover her bare


onn more
(he wiy

human woman 3 sarw with

sense of chtvalry he took hold


hfs trunk and laid
It

refer to India's Tn4uB rivur as Shilo or n^ffse travelogues Shituho, incidentally the nelahbourfng Japanese spelled

or

bosom. Afters time the woman

(culture) as Shinto, ^dpTonoLiJH^ the fcemi Sindhu


AfHbff

renajnini

Seeing the lane f^ee for innk hff CTnw^cmsnes hurried away.
the leading elephant
clear.

termed every indJan Hindii. Even

in

French the word

Irumpeled to

Ms foUowen

thx
hsjte

Hbidu mpiifits

^ Indian,
use the term Hindu to signify coloured people
lands other

WB$

He

led

the

w^

in

element elephantine

ihousli 10

make up

for the lost time. His followers

'The Iranians
Imttstel'
(if

bis t&jt

ind soon Eating out of the


in

kne

the herd huddled togabv

India

and

(see

Molsworth's

Marathi-Eni^sh

on tbe wide highway

elephantine camaraderie.'

dWwnfliyh Iranian dictionaries interpreted the term Huidu as but that was DowiQlIrg a coloured person or thief (and sesame)
[tl

MsUjir-bin'TahLr Mukadsi, a resident of

Mecca has

roril

the post 'Mohamad

era afier the [ranians forced to adopt Islam


to

conteminrao' Inrormation th&t


bfl

if

anyone was forced to turn aMua^


rita

iwonl- point, wesr* trained

be

fierce

Hindu -balers. But

in

vvs taken tuck InlQ Hinduism according to the religious


in

Arabic dJctionanes

the

word Hindu h&s


sbigs

pleasant and rt3pctful


<

imcnbid

DctbI SmrutL^

l^i
ell

shquJd awaken Hindus

to

\^

CgnnotatJonSr

An Arab poet Sevaye


"First
it

duty of iiriving to persuade


to VedJc Guhure.

Christians

and Muslims

to ratum

WH8 Htnd and next KhaHd

Both those beauties have


Another resUent of Mecca. Vfshari Mukfldsi has recorded
*"tht pttOUcal adminislnition end the judicial
tJini

me

immobiliied.

'Hindi

"

ia th*'

Arabic adjaciive from l^nd.

system of Sin^h "*

rauMtifale for their efficiency,


Winlf^B

thamughnesa and pmmptitui*'


Sr^t^ Iflodins the expertise of

*"Mbir DcftvalloD
While one view
is

snd wflmaniEng er tolaHy absent/'

that the term

Wndu
Is
'

Kfiri

Swrt Adala f bom m Sp*in >


rmxdni

"ie

term Sndhu. another view

an fllt^maUve spelling that the ifinn Hindu b a


is

l^lprctnundalion of ibe Sanskrit


ll> 'Hit

^
,n,^thl>, BtTHin, ariLde

term

Indu

'

meaning the moon,

%8egOon sppears plausible

in vfew of tbe

Eumpean txfm

W^TT i"'^'

by Abul Namr

HuifitaHn*^ the
i>

CMiwe

tTBveller

recoH*

thtl '^TlenCbi lit-

XShii

knuwm by aevoral names. India used to be known rtrUer ' ^ '^ Htnaoo, But be In^" If properb' pronounctfl IL ilw*ild
'

S^M

m
Ttmirimili of Itia*

wninlry rpfer lo Lbdr

ll{llTlt^lalla

tn sevpf

In OiinmM- \hf vfnrd

moon

hii wpv^rtil

nynonyms of

2&a
.r**^
)

which

Is
ari

tvund

Indg"

I.e,

ihc

moon

Js

thoi jtchulnrs from thai

l^j^

l^"**^^^
'^

ronge of rnounttklns. Some HinJua the Hindukiish inaua and invectiv* at every step imagine thet
has betfn coined

the

br^hUflod thp worid

willi thoir delit(hlful

and aUa\n^

btmr](!l!!*

In
purilj,

V^t psrlonf* ihe mooTi Ofleti (Tgures as a stflndard


Far instance, a
iilpRannl. itjuncl timjtUGniina'
in

by the enemies of Hindudom to Hl^duhUNh '*^ memory of the slaughter of the Hindus ia the fuam 1,^ thr '^'** ^^ ^" "^" ^ tfuapecl any sinister mct^e

i>f

p]e

iTLss t*M*''
ihit

t*n" becfluao
,

'*

'*"

llkenfTI!

thr moon. The Ihf trnn

nnmw

of Rflmfl itnd Krishna


i.*.

am

ofk-n

aufrTstftl

(^^ chiindni*

llw

moon

^^h
(mt

Btuwifll

mesTiings It

* ^^^y andent pre-Muslim term. ^Kugh' fl] jo slgjilflea a kind of graaa At for slau ght.

tn Rainiichandn

Mrolfifl

^''^^^

^^
'^he
all

The wajdnif and wuning of Bujuhinif Is nfi^ cqmpHrtd with that of (.h* mMn Sevei'dl wamc-n a!sd weat g vmnlJion
Krishnachandrw].
.

ilw^eml on

hav also been many -a- time slopes of the Hindukuah.


British trooi^s

Coniideflnif

such evidence, t^rms


anciejit standing

like

Hkndu. HinduithiWi
gencntHi^ evoked

mark

tif

ttw iMttem of a crescmt


I

on

thefr fort?hefld

t<j

invoke
,

jijCHi'j

ttletssuiKS

tiBl thoi r

marital bltss loo

may wav like the moon


civilization,

md Hindustan are of
iiwtiigliest

and have

AccordlPfl

admiration and adoration*

Ui HufntJSianK; Indiy loitjv over ihs


.

Xqq has had ^ reputation of sheddin]; coal,


its

ilfvn^

woHd through

Vedk
(

hemce

its iuttk

41

Indu !iB9 India In fact

(^

Endiya

alias [ndja } is

an

f^xact dcdvul vi

of tlv Suiskril vord Tndu (meaning the


pttrlnkinK of the qusli ly of the
.

moon)

Indtcatinjif c<ninti>
,

moon The term Hindu may

hirefon,

be 1

vhriaiifirt

cf the u-ord Indu.

Tilt

urjfid

e^knetlon

that

Hindu

may

be

an

allflffljElvi

pranundation of the word Sindhu

provinw of Sndh has nc%'er been


lo Hinilu the tvffi in ihi

may not be riuht bwause U* Kjsown as Hind. Had Sirdhu cbrpd


HiJid

name Sindh

too should hav been changed to


is

^c

Mflhabharat the teniiory of Ski dh


region.
alo

rd"fT(( is

u
ii

ibe SEndhu

Sowvkt

AJUntnr* chrmicle
nc4

makes
"

it

Hln^u clear that the tenn

variaUon of ihe t^rm

Sndhu \ He notes

that to vr^)^

10 flndh frwTi hii country one hos lo travel across

Hlmmt

lU**

SjiittHn b^t

If

pm vU Kbu]/

one warn* Iq r^eh tlndUJ

Hkd

direct

wf

mu*

Chi Uic northern fronUiN- of the Indian

aub-eonUnent

tfWJ*

riawi to those poilUons they b*ve


tat

fr^

the rmkt.

^^lrfl th^ P*od^^


'^

^^'^''

*y

f^ *^

Kinderiiartm lo
their merit

US
lh

'ij autufl- But ae tht-y

go *Iong tbey shuw

'^"^

uii^rctlucotiontheysfa J (^

*^^ **
fuiifUfl'i

Even there

^^
^***t^rt

(jthem to

chown to fuim auperviBory Jl ^ould he wrong Ui bnaitine that they sra show off their own importance or miihority.
stiff,

when

thw appear
0*^

atrict

and demendini

that

la

to

^ ourity

conduct,

gUndurds of academic

tuition

and

THE VEDIC SOaO-ECOMOMiC SYSTEM

*7i*(mWM of
"^ flf

discipline-

Vet

we don't

brsnd such a sryatem

pf9oHal bosains aimply because profeasora eiimdworvenll

Under the Vedic syslem hunmnity

is

grouped inUi four ctsBW.


,

a^sr
nnks

l9

the case with the T^Jrahmin. Hfl also


's

row from

the

La

ui ciU

tliai

hoWmnLal

division.
ia

Manu

famous dictum )aya down that


only

al hirth everyone

gi^dn.

It la

when he

displays spectsi aptitudes and abfliUea

CorresponclinBly the individual 's Ufe

vertically
life,

dMdtd
deuuhwl

JnKi
]lf

aiiring
K'o

fouf
In

;rU nameiy the

tiwiiEnried stal^,

mnmed
i.e.

Wa training he becomes a part of the relevant sociil group. group was higher t^n the other, Eacb bad Itt specific dutJa

the

fomt wid

the lesi phase of Sann^aa


social servjc*.

a period o(

UM

uid responstbflities. lucb as labour

Those who hod better aptitude

for manual
class.

work
ThiSM

nnundiiUQn and

and mechsjiks constituted the Shudr?

Tlw four K&riiiUl


Ksh*Tfyj. Vaiahyas and
tharjHKffl]

aflcial

gniupa were known as Brattmru


current popular noLion ihn

who could deed with complicated accounting and export -import or


HflnagB

Shud. The
,

and sale of commodities,

formed the VaJahya

class. Thflae

Importmw or human slalus dwindled progressively ffom Ihc BrHkmm lo Ihe ^u Jra class Is not weU - founded Ths Lm tfnrt4Ji
.

who could perform the duties of those


iplilude for
ufidcfsa

two

clostsea

plus had an

io

mof^y

of esch of Iho^t grciupa

was equal
r

weapon training end the courage and patriotism to pl^yaical hardahipa and risks for the security and well bdng
adept at
of

Uw community were the Kshetriyas, Those who were


all

TtvckM ijoriBMilal

and

vertical

nol only divisions are intended

the duties

the other three classes and yet had the dedicaUon


ai\

for ipod mMnigrnicnl of social life but Biso la enaure b "i'w


ciul purposeful ure for

*nd
""ij

rd[ne98 to devoLp

theJr life to studies aji^ social

wrviw

every individual.
*iw the otliws

rrmuneratton wore cEassed aa Brahmins. A Brahmin had to


five

n*
boBMd

iWdt hy
f^iTflhi

notion

thflt

the BrBhmin cbss exploiial

prinripat

vowa namely*

Satya.

Asteya,

Ahima*.

<p-

tynnniiied over

them

is

unwarrantod as we

alwll

P"**^
"^'Iiyning,

fljid

Brahinacharya

meaning

truth,

non-staaUng.

non-posscs^Jon of wealth, and conltoence

V/Mi^n KhoUm h^ye been tfindina


Bnihminkal. Thai
Li

th*-

Vedit

----^

^"1^*
*i\^y
'

a mlsiaken nppraisflK Ij^t ub

Uk*

J*^

Vice chin xiui.plt In iinlv*rriUto. for ttiaUnc*. profettaflrt. iHe

od

QwiMllar Tftreiw
ihiry

^^

Brahmin -class person waa not at ail pfivDejed tocUny^* was supposed to mainialn the most fthslemiom
f" ffvery

aspect of

life.

In fact he

was ndsed

luch

owxifili

pupervlffory

tfontrtil'

btctiiw

Ke^* deitwided en Ihu campus from th*

W^

^Ibi'^i^ "

tni

^"^^^
^*^''red

"^ InteilectuBl
it

hli

wnlth development that he diBdained duty to apend hia entire life in community

HTvkc
mtuFiri

withflut
thflt

wiy jwrtons)
wffl

reniiinsnilfon.

The

'

afTariipHhi'

Art lo have *ny properly of Mb "? ^nn rwrtvfll no riiiiJi-fl[L[on. His dnyUi dny exptnsBs wen? rij.f h*
Lhe

^d

3*^^

unh seir*rP^^^'^ ^^pUtions of Mrthly

^'^"^
life

mundime

Ttte

vm

Hwt

brought nn

[[ood eith*r in

Hdal

sysiflm in whtch Brahmins afi\ciiled as tcachens,


.

irii
'

sirxjJoc^ra

a3lranomeT3(

docuirs

stn'^i [sts

cdun mII

jUt^if**' ^.^g^tefn tbat it is one's duty Uj lead an *baVemimn ^* "^ seiMce and towards t^l end ont must ahun tbi y^ p^iyiq ^,iedic*wd^^ ^^1 ^^p^^ ^^ untiring, truthful wrvic* to

^^

architectSp en(iriwrfl, scu]ptor* etc.:

buL received wily fr^ n,^'


for daily u^.
St

**ct

t^^

'^

tJ9^ nd
This

I pituuict tg

buy

^onit*

knickknaca

^ *^ t* U^ out oneself in public sendee.


society composed of Brahmins thus e-founh part of ilaelf totally out ofecofwmiifi ^i"rQntentettly and hnppilykepi
(<impetlUfn^>

gtioit,

one was not to iry out

for one's

own

was a v7
of

luhtle psycholoKicUl system.

ImOt-up

^^

of peraons resfWnff ihe highest IntflJcclua] and moral 4nd

stiuuiani,

Uw acme

rofcsslonol

onsUence but

at the

same

time cngti^

(fan Lhls dfls? wouJd wniptilously ke^p Itself totally aloof fnvn

mnnlc
of
)Ls

oompetitlonr

tt

was

this penlculor

ck

whkih. becsiw
all fields, couli

super-inldligence and TUpr&jne Icnowledge of

floor
if it

sv^ryhody

saii

conier the entire wealth of the


it

comfnimiDiy
bten

-nw next Bro"P' -^ces w run the

'^^^
State

Kshatriyaa manned

a!)

admli^pRtiva

on

the

Uxeg preacnbed by Vedk


class

wished to. And yet

wag precisely
all

this class

which had
life

such as !^D.ecflEwmic statute


fflrtticted

ManoamriU. -Hus

too was

simulLvieoLtsly trained to retfard


in ^timing

lucre as filthy and a

gpat

to

its

own

separai* sphere of socio-economic duUes.

waUh

as a sinful wastefilxilaJnod

Consequently, tbe Biabnin


all

wa

<iht

man who
is

fmtn

Wxtiry*

(mmor^ty
thfit

v\i

dLshonesty. That
the Vtdic

why Manu. the


strive to attain.

lBw-giver has said


is

undw

The third ptrnp.


Hid Mnunefce.
(rf

known

aa Vaishyas

managed

fiH

farming, trad*

who -economic

system, Brahminigfn

the

ideal which

tney person must

Here there were no


life

privikgii

Eooda

ibout the purity They too adhered to the strict ! margin of proUt supplied to society and the mlntmum

but only hard work, steriinu character and a

of self-impwei

pmnittal to

them by the Smritles.

bttiiKn ce and wrvice desjw te a aupett mosleiy of worldly knqwtedg*

That

iiiBsLH^

uf

worldly

ability

was

contnjlled

'

nw fourth claaa. namely the Siudras

^d

ell

the monuBl diiUM*

upw -consciousness of godly kn&wledge and regpondJbility human life wm a predous divine beritaije which was tfi i>e spt"^
not
in dissipation tjut in

tradlUon. frt^ This clHstflcaaon originated according to Vedic of trained Uie lEme thet divinity crested the fir^t few Kenerations
"im. TTie in it jal ijmu of Brahmins p
tt KahiLriyas

perpeiud service.

emerged from
This

from

hjs

arma,

thfl

fa of Brahma. torw Vaishyas from Brahma s


the
is

The

Ui-Eihmjnical

KouUnc

""d tS

Shudraa from
lo

Brahma

's feet.

unjustly
for

^"^*^^
tbemseh^

TJrrfonr, Brahmin

woke up si about ^1 AM.

After his a^l"^*""^


'

'V

ikotnie

mean

that the

Hrshmins have spproprialed

bih and pby3cal exercise he had a session of Swadnysy to live Kdp of lacred fire. T^t [i to aay he repealed nevpr Iwidly In JWwkrIl *] aha!l cl3id^ by the truth, 1 Bhall
I

upsrior Blatus while relegating the other gniups to o progressively


'

^ Km
^

^^^^

shidl

npv*r

i U.

^hnll

nfver be foujid wflntin

to

my

irwijhtr.

faihsf. nation,

humanity"

fU:.

etc^

^y^ ^^ T*^* '^'j^

in

Vedic

ay e* bAmniwnntg

into 4vry pefson 'b

mind both t

aiWssmcnt. an imjH^per and lop iKdcd "^y. 1* it be realiiol that if there ar* four claswa w\vth^f^ *'^<wie .mxBt wRI always b* tben^, a particular group mF?nt[oned f\ni while the others wi" *^ '^ '^"^ """"^
atrum. That
is

tooilderwl

thdr ranking

fif

importanw. Secondly.

IJ

ae
L>fH

<rf

poop* with

Ihe <Urf*-wit

Umbs

of

BnW

4.

RfdimiP s^ "^^

^^^ three classes were ftirty wealthy,


'i

Thir^, the mo^Sj? *nwff0tliythMilUflif oMWmiffliotiiinkof (I, hfoj^ wtw* fW CT l*nw or ut impuuisi '^^i 't be
dl ttnte

w*

tc

l ^tirt Bid emdfflt.

tscef*^^ cpwa

y^tW
^ ^'^

^^ other
"tmg^

path, Thprefoff*.

Vuon

fe^

wbost re his item disfigured, "Hioae ^,5^^ Bfsodiited Jth difffrait timbs af Braliina la Dluitnt, bivc ttHi Uj^ fiBKlkJOJ mfi to kwp tbem ctnilente^ in tbmr own rene^yj,t cripple

Uun

^^re ^^
^''

^ nolbcr for roonMu^r ^^ from one pmP non-Ve^c system Uiday If a penon k Uitder the TV sto or shaving pront'EHSi^n in nrnnufaciuring
fl

^j.

class

or economic competition.

tod to role out any dass con-Qict.

^*?s '^ mamifacture. "HwrBhy ^Ijdat**!*""^^^^^^^ gjj^ ^aste while ht bemmes a rival to
his prof^so''
iotJ a''^^

'**^Wv in the g^t^alreBoy^^


^'^

mflnufflcturing Industry. Such change of ?raip


Isiinesa to be able 10 pqU in wealth and earnini to Vedic ideaJism. Their

mon^

Botb livd Krifhu

'&

jminounoenient in the
it

BfasgsiiPid

G^m

u>d

pf

MiTra In

tw

&nfilJ miJce

clr

that the fcrur classes have


peo^<. [n

"tij t,prto3J^

w'tlt i^
p^,^e

unacc^Uble

to lead a life of

lura^, vice and Uanra* wis


is

besi Qiade ccwiiinf t^ the

abilities

and aptitudes of
trf

Kiuit pncUce
Ktd fiuzture
iBfd

It

happens thai in a vast majtnty

casi^. aith
to

^iZ
Ourhy
aL

ruled out.

What
life

Vedic sodety mslsts on


of huinlliLy
at

each

om

in

particular family
if

dd9 condition ihe persoa


cban^ii^ 9

I^Vpious,

active

and

affvloe

to

wciety.

* yfe <^ Ihil group- But

hy Any

peraon

M(jn(y-mtns was no

eonsid^^on

all,

d^ji'l

lit into

Mi bHtttary
UegioDCf

grooip becauge gf Bptitude- or behflvtour bi

Evj Stage En jaiiKd


and psychulogtially waOth wer? so hi^uht up and pmilLed to ded with

vat

fre la change" his grvup.

But such a change

wasr not a

men
1

nd
'

Dsodation.

k was

Even the
b tola] dediation to

thiw gups wbo were

socially

kind a!
tJptfl

lif?.

Life bi

each group begmi al about

4^ i-mtherrtftff

TH^pared

Siradhy^B
off.
it

the roytine was the


life

same

for

all.

Only

u
It

to Iteep

U breidied
V6S eosy.
ind iben

But *ven there


of

for

none of the four

gitwjw
tht its

Fram birth

stream of chanty, wealth nowing ceaselessly in a had been prescnTw^ to deeth various occasions and rituals
their

waa oiu

incessant activities thnjughout

which a person had to


charily
.

keep on giving away Kr*^>

bullion,

dolb

early retinmiaii: to bed, for

aO the four.

Therefoi**

mi nvuney in

noftt Bhi^utd belipve thai ErBhrnLnism

was a bed of roses and Shudrd Jm

f* blHBr charities

Those who had more could crefiie hous*. 5uch as academic tnsUtutiona, poor
like.

endowincnia

*a8 t bed or Lhonu, life wai equally rigomija and moral sUndwd) Wert cqurily hi^, (Wy duties And functions differed. TTieMo^i tbB* wu lanpteU on al eH The Brahmto

wMowj" homes, orphanages end the


V<ilinjiary

HrtWnwnl was

the Rule
about 9D

to join a dif rerent guild .

hsnUy vir loucbed wteJih. He was to receive only a fe* "i fgr day -to day upKeep. He looked upon money as a soui ^ *MiiiUan ind lempuiUon fnjni hia high philosophic pedejtiiAi tbe otbB- aid ibe Shudra could be wtallhy by esming ^'SS* tor Hm labmr md ekOl. in aadent histo^' Shudna are tev^ ^ h- bi Sih^ikm' U. wealthy

was divided into four stages ot the 3cond ** ^ years each. The first was devoted to studies and "^wJtuted the manned bouschqlder s life, Jt was only in that 5nd "^ IhflL the person was concerned with economic w^vity. From
vefy person 's life

mnn^-lendBH.

H^ of about 60 ]*2^^omic Hfp and


'^"^'^'^

Il'Z*'

mli^l^o" "^ dedicated himself to isolated person 1 Uf*. 'Hiat waa the third quarter of a

or 60 vears ha withdrew

Wmsdf Tiom

^I"ted

Interfwenc:^ with the yQuner

gmailion-s

Ute.

*^

ail

ifidi'**'

which the Brehmtn group cannneJ fu^ abstinence to has earned it the gratitude, awe and revcrmce
*yeaT^
^ZjxersiiofiB

msurtd of A peram

cjilm

d*Uchmmt from

"s life

worldly nffeirs. The \^i ^ was lo Jw spent in selfltss social a^rvtce

chof. cflpfiMtfUas
compftJtiwi or itrife

^d

' Thus there waa no whatsoever beiw(>en anybody at any j^'^

spUtude.

^ ^"*
of

^^^^ for
jp

Therefore Bmhrniniim waa not a


it

privilege

oi^^^^'^^fjTtm though
eooEio""*^

was

a privilege

Ln

the

s^iirituBJ

and

Consequently. BrabminiamH Kshatriyaiam, Vaishyism ^vine i*'^^" for anybody to enter provided one was

ConwquCTiay Vwiic socirty ran


Btd
Tioi5c3sl.V'

lilte

a well oiled

mechanism amoc^J
and
psrychologjcjj^

ghudnua^^^^
'

^^

f^^
^^^

^^^^

^^

^^

diaciplina of each

pwp.

S^remorwy'inakfng was

socfally

^^ ^
Qpflerslty ' '^
"""^

niled out as an objiive,

cb group

sntt individual ltd a

ooni^j!

a particular group alone acquired the oerson trn in abide by its mlea^ The four groups appear '^*^^jy^y

and bappy

life

within the boundaries of

Ha groupn
'"''*"

Cdusc Qf REvdxnce for BnihminK

by birth because everaince Musbm rgnce to be ijoverned the Vedic life - system and group system in Tl 2 A .B
larted
.

Evtraihw

flKfn niJe

began

in

Tndia. the

todQ-economicaystecn wss broken into hits.


divbioa of an indfvida] 's
lif&

Hindu educaUona] &m As a insult Lbe four-fgu


sixEe^y

^^

in [ndia. In

the rest of the world the Vedic socio 'economic


earlier i.e.

broke

down much
it

afUr the Mababharat war.

"^^

and the four groups of VeJic

bK&me
iToups

inaperaUve.

The

duties

and functmns of the four


blurred.

vkM
anj

became

progressively

"Hw ancient

idfl]s

demanated spheres became


life

e>ltincl*

'Get rich quick snd lad


result
in

of luxury'

end indolence

'

becajnc a comLmon idea]. Aa a

Uie wholp of

humanity has become one seething mags engssed

be clearly understood that being a member of fact the social punishment ^^^up was no cakewalk or privilege. In or Kshatriya waa more severe. Being a Clapses by a Brahmin group involved a gruelling routine, strict member of any Vedic end stem norma of Soda! behaviour. Moreover piles of conduct attached to every grtmp because they were Uke tqufli importance whert of the social chariot. Under these cotiditions
let

Uk

four wheels

incessant cul-throat competition

from the teenage stage to

the visy

Ue nsd for

anybody to change
and aptitude

his

group? ^^^

^f

b^ a fiieak-

deyofones death,
of of

amazing maximuin vealth with the minimum effort in the shortest passible lime, in such a society the Unb 1 Fmid and Karl Msnt ii inevitable. But the doctrine* they
for

did exhrtjit abilities

of a different group and

wu
his

m
group,

fulfil [Is

requirements he was moat weteome to change

formuiatHJ were symptomatic Of the


sufferioB

that humanity from ^ersincft the Vedic ?rystem broke down.

hu

ban
^V't

Shudnis and

Women

Disqualified rn>m Vedic LtSffltrt^? that Shudras and

tn ihsik^fn competition the

Brahmm

naturally fares besthecau

Tt I9

commonly

believed

womm

were not
is

be Ija beWnd hjm generations of highly cultivated skills and knowledge. Nsiurdly he excite jealousy and resentment of the noo'flrahmini. Bui that win precisely the reason why superb Vedie
U-Bining psychflloifkilly

WHWidired "pure' enoojgh to handle or study the Vedas. This


* flilaiaterpretation and misunderatandit^.

wnung

weaned the Brahmin away from mffli^ activiUa and conRned him to a holy isolation of dedEcstftI
all

ooimnuniiy^ttrvtw

hJs
'

life.

Thus the Vedk injunction,


a

in

tfJtf-

*<W to the BmhmJn that smce you have ( Uut iswhit ismflBitby
of

be known that there cannot be any question faunu ^rrtng anybody from 'knowledge* and the Vedas are the ^aU knowledge. knowledge waa Contr^rily, Vedic ond UpanJshadic eonstanUy dinned into the ears of the youn^ and old, rich
tt

first

of

^n
^'

eomprebensive

knofflfdl*
j

divine.

My purport of cwmic
In

theSEnskril term Brahmajnaairas BrahmtnJ


life

and you

have the b

".

men and women day- in and day out

at

every

ritual

and

>* outdo ffvwybody to te

rwbni mough

a oomprtitive world

Uj

kp ,>ut <rf

it

you have bn tr. ayprpm* *^^^ 111.


'

*rouBh reUgious discourses and recitals. The audiena was posaibli. *" raged to study and repeat the lesson a wherever

mn

tOM

2BZ

ssa

But \mrnins lh Vedic t*xta by dedlcaUng oniself to m^fc,

vf>ereBtronorners. &9troloi[rB.archile<:t9.engUj8tnt

v^
mi

of Uf*

(mm hums

involved 20 ^flapi'^J*?^ ihe age of 5 or S years al the fnans s fof^L-bft^


i

WM

mermt

miittw.

S^"'^*'^r9.
****^
tiatriyfls

priests, teachers, comisdlor*,

judga

(Cc.

Gym

'

speftdlng

Uw

rail of

one

s Ufe in dedicflii.

nbsiftnlouTl!!?!

BjrPi from 4 t.m. to i^y, 9 pjn..

^
pn*"

included sD admbilstratorB, poUomiai and army

A woman could not Bmorally do this, because she l^j l^ 0WD pbysiological prtibk?m9 of menws, deliverlea nnd h&uh(^
dutis. SmOarly * Shudra who was. say. a mechanic or csrjunt* DOUldn H ktyt W profession to lead Lbe Bbstnnious Hf& of

^
^

farmers, bankers, aocounLanla, ,_ u-a Included traders, Vissoy*^ "'^

mwni
J
hi.a

Included

oB

*bo

did

manual work such

aa

Vi^
or

mfnera

carpHitera, waabermeti. labourers, maaoni

Brahmin.

That

Ib

w'hnt

it

mront by the genera]

itijiinrtlflii

disquaJification of e
al aD

woinar and a Shudra. Thereby \h^ gn i^

down-graded,
if

considered higher or lower spirituany iwie of Ihew classes was attached lo the Brahmtns wag The awe and reverence

But
U}

for general

borrow a Vedjc t^xt

kn&wkdge^ during sparetime they wjalKd and read It they wer moai welcome bKvujt

^Z

^Mv

and abstinence. The awe and respect their security functions and petrieliam. ETtotriysa arose from
of their

eicpertisB

Vedic knowtedg? was meant to be spread by every means,


LhiL wsfi

h ttd

Tha

Vaiahyas

were

r^pected

becauee

they

provided

ibe

why

profesLonoJ preachers of every kind were libera^

vlwremthils for

chril

and mflitaiy

Ufe.

provided.

Whole profesaiona revolved aroLind such abstembui.

ftineranl }3reiching only

bccau^

indi%^duala

vouldn

't

l^va span

Umc

and expertiw far


tet

Vedk kmUngMieve
that teaching or lesmlng the Veda

for The Shudraa were respted lhy provided in every spher*.

t^

essential

manual sendees

Therefore,

no one

Tim
did

there

w&a none freat and none

small.

Therefore, one

o 1 iperettme hobby or
hand
all

for ljghtntinent

was

t&boo.

On

iha
It.

ti^

inocnUvea and encouragement were provided for


Jet It

But

bcbby

ii

pven studying the Vedas aa s sparetiiw no joke. Even emdite scholars are not able to make htd

be

peallied thai

ia sunimed hanker to enter another group. This CeeU thai it k up &i Lord Krishna s ffoideline in the Bhagswad some Other better la ttve In one a own group than hanker for birth bound T>iu* in a theoretical aense this guild-sysUm was not

not covet or

lafl

put of the Veda because they constjtuie a bfllJon


efl

yw iiiwwl
w^^*^
lif

but iiii pmcticftl


it

senae
It

it

waa generallj

hertjdilary. In

any esse

d wrong to dub
itocfal

untoucbabiliiy aa casleism and aaaodate any


ft

rompticBied, ogndensed divine oostnic code of fotUrf into one. Yet spareUme

arts snfJ

aUgibB or handicaps with

WM

every^lf study by anybody and

irtively

encourBf^. Ever uking to a iotl Vedie


if

'

'^dtnti|Q

BraJimin waa certminty alVjwed illlU t^itea for Xht whole

one was prepared

to abide

"^

Bdvantegfti of the Vedic guild- system

wer*

immww H
tafK

oT one's Ufe.

*''niiaaifti

Put -throat competition and profiteering.

Tbr Vedk Quaa

Sjiitnt

SuQb giioda conatituted a

which dose knit brotherhood of


ifltatkma.

Thf <TOup^*yWm dticrtbs] above

wu

the untvo^wJ

^^

^fmU

wars unlis filitallng happy marital


tradee

Htredlltry

and

profwsions

led

I*

f^*

SOfr afl4

spprfnUwshjpirtintns ol home from ehfldhood. And ^ fipirti IffJ to product* and services alLHjnfng hTgh irf
of

stajTj^

^^
fc^

Ih*

^**^
tjg

beft

to her

own

te*oyrcei and to fend fof

wnm<. The m*w


yamsfT

enlranla In
ill*

iht

umpffltiwl from

uremptflyma^j^^ from othn- giwjn or re^ons. love and respect for on* Iflbour imuW and foslwrd anathfr
tb (Toup

t^^ fiamo group. There woa \^ This eliminat<<i


itic

trade were noiw

t^^ '^^^
'-**

aad
fl

n<3

^'^'^th
"
Til lo

^s ^^ J^^^"^^ PP^ '^^^ ""**


is

eiitx^^

to a

ptr^i
vsi
fcer

retponTihility,

^BO#

entrusted by her gaanUsn frnn

^^

i^

^yi home
,

mflnial bL jan at Lhe niflriial home. the guardian


J
*

rtn

woman *8

for^ieffil

proclalma

tliAt

elCW
from
sacred

Th*

S4ali#4

Womrt

Womffl enjayed soverign lUlui in Ihe family and fommqrilly


EvCT^ brid^ mtffJng i moriU] home Is Wtd by th^^ priesl in Sanskrt *' wgma B* ili*e the quwn of ihls home' Nfanu hes said th^ must, alwiys be pratecled by all and w^lier* women rewivf^ bonoqf end boinaKe divinjLy is pleas-ed,*' Thus women were accorded j superior goddp$! stilus at home A woman was like the qum

^ "^ forward to marriage or ^1, To ^ ^ rgndHving. ^^^^^ ^^^ ^ ^^


lookiiig
hsiSbflJi

a married

woman
(

further distinguish the

virifin

mrrisd w|i^

^^^

Manija] Sootr*

tb,

necklace of black beads with a gold pendant

slgrifyir^ ^vff tee rings

h^

marri^

status.

famfl>-va> xwocnsrt in the


ai'd friends in

wears freen apparel and green

home hive. Equality of stBtus or even superiarily for women however, must not be Inlerpreled to mean an kJentliy of func<irifia and professions with ihe male. A woman's persori
'

bw busy

In the

tosh's

turn ?o that $he

may

aot suffer fr^m

1 m^
mjml
la
ftr

of

s^y"^ ^^
In a

fulness. ""^^ experience a sense of

and telonging. Such

being sacred, her personality being delicale, venerable, vulnetil*

and vblfiUe as also because a woman


makt-tip
EpherE

'

3 physsological and

psycholo^

Jfp itK

Twman

pames and Ket^ioethen> also help cheeKul mood And caW^- to her cr^nn^

differed

the growing foetus kinds of t*sty food bee^use of

mud

her for the bomti

in

Vedic tradition ibe domaUc


while the rough and tumhl*
niBht-clubUff

itfidelwr.

is left

excusiv^y to the

wams^

of Ihe outdoor sphere

wag

left

to the male.

The

Wff green aittre la also


tnnJQrt

her a signal to society to accord

and prostitution

role of

women

which have become hall-nsam"


as. crifninal

uid consideration

due to her stst* of pregnancy.


off ber forehead

mwiErm

Uft, are LoUllj

unacceptable to end condemned

AMdowed woman has the vermilion dot wiped

by Vedk teneU.

ftjrt

Sulkkum

SarcRiuiridi for

Wamm
woman
as a
inotl^r.
.

**tli

her siending advertisement to her elders to provide suiiablE and protector so thai the
of
fl

groom or other guardian

* miy not iKiguish


'^^
***

Snoe Vedic

unprotected and uncared fo^to be a

society respects the person of a

iigoddeK,
Mfeguards

Bi a queen

oUhe family,
life.

thehoLijel as thechlef of
it

Vedfc sodety

waa intended

smooLh clockwork

v i aisttr, daughter and dauKhter-in law


For

provides solinW**

"^ aiiuaiions

her throughotil

r*^
'

or provided for without anybody ha^'ing to ask <ny questions and everybody offering loving service to Ihase

''nWlofii.

BoicaHy name elderly mBle such as a father uncle, gr^'i^^ buabsid or n i Held reapanaitile to provide socia3 secun X
finmdffll

support to the woman,

If

tircjms due to famfly


is

the ruAurti. iiuardliitn-cum'iiuppoirter

nex^' " unavailable the

^^
tj

i4j

V^= system

year provides pious festivals ihroughffljt lhe

^r and gaiety to Ufe and

impart a spiniual convivalily

m
2Vt

9uch diiya oelebrai*d with RppropHtte rit^u, to fodid life of tHe divine siRnificenc.- of ^rthly finiind tiumflnlly ur,
to

^
J!*
'

^.toinitf'^^'"'

Wf^"
m
^^*

j^^i^i

m V!k wriPly ^ Bovtrned


f^H^nm
llf*

by the Vedic almanK The Vedjc al,^


dny,

^
The

gcbeme every vfllaipe and every guFM material and manufaaurinir neoesaary raw

wn
akill

Lhe

mfc,

BStm1ofd stgnincance of everj

thniugboul lhe worid

wm

aovemed according

y^^

u. ih (>.

^'''^oXal

needs ^^'^
enjoins trustee

^^^^^ l^^^"
man
of to be conscious of his role am
In

invested every with b finance of ihuL day. This jpe^^ 8ura. Ther^b:^ a feeUng of ij,^ uTiporUinoe and spiriUial ^iitfinp n^ver intmdes on ttie humsn psyche in lhe V^dJc sysiftm
iBffipidily

d^

*^
V#dtc

-rscfice

F*"^

divinity,

earthly

manBgemenl.

f^djefitst"'

something to look forward U> as ofiB ^veiy oncomin*r ''^y ' messBge. Contrarily the modem noniheisl BpecitJ enfiur> and
Bihelsi indulgence in

^^^^
rtUjfse*^"

^)(

gleughler of arumala or plant-life for sadiatic enjoyment is frowned upon. Consequently for sheer bot highly respected as ^ ^^g ^^ ^nly tolerated

err

spirittiaJ

an incessianl round of pbysicat pleamire judi parties tmd outdoor picnics benA *r iwinis. movies* drinking stgnmcsnce palls on the mind, The human being uHlmjce^
*l all

&ol?
Being

de^ra
lonely

end sinks

into the

morass of melsncholia by
is

fe^llni

conscious of
air

th<f

harmful effects of

h^vy

Industry

In

nd bored- Such feeling


.

effectively shielded agsinaiti^

^
llcida
Eihnlog]'

Vedic festivals
J

Inri dentally,

the word convivsUty used jbovt b lhe


Sanskrit
woi'd
'jiva"

in

of chemical fertaiiera and and water resources and apecialiied in poisoning foodgraina. Vedic practice

Sinskiit

word
Vive

'coft*
is

la

san'

meafitfiif

ietfdftjanf

herbal pesticides

and mainLaining an

ecologies] balance.

togrthw".

the Sanskrit

word

mraning

lire'.

Thef^or*. 'convlval" mefics living together happily


time tdee^JKf happily,

i.e- spending

Vedk

practice

ein^

fll

developing

supennen

not

an^^f

fliyiigkiglcHlly

but even psychologically and spiritually

The aim

Ecomny
Vedic
life

ns, to develop

every

Alma

{i.e,

the soul of the


(i.e.

common man)
the divine Mul)

enioins the utmost

economy

In everything no*
real3zatftffl

'

(DMahatma

(i.e.

greet soul)

and Paramatma

of t consideration of miserUneaa

bul out of a

of

Uh

rTLtraly Ln

the metopl^ysical sense but In a practiced

and

malertal

responriMHy
and a]M to
ftural

for conservation

and proper distribution

of rtsojiTCW

maure homes made of


local
is

to

make wiih
will!

save time and prevent ^f^"^^^ and IneJif*^ thatch and mud plaster are easy Ui rnaui labour and material and are easy
simplicily,

y. Thii was done by prescribing a strict routine and disciplined Wavlour for were totally ruled

every person.

IMnks end dmga


'

'^- Vfldic routine

was tu wake up two hours before sunrise, take


eserdse end drink cow s milk
to the exclusion
"s guild duties

"^^ yopc physical


^

Such an home
Its

cool

and
,

floors,

dunng during summer and warm enaur" given a cowdung wash

aW drinks.

uUUm

the entire working d^y in one

^mJrfliobcdffir^,

l*riliiaUon

Vedk

practice

remmmenda cow's

urine as a

dliinfedant and cow^a

logHhw
idinUtI*

mnk. ghee, curd, urine an^ ^"""Mod*^


^,per

inJh*^

**

"* considered as sex- dolls hut as highly venenl^d

(caJled

may

PanchagHVya) as a proi^yli^3c '*'^, *ith vmify iheiie Vedic recipes and remedies
In

j^^f*'" slaters, queens of the household and as

mothem nd
flirting

mind. Floon washed with cowdung are known to resist bacum. 3MCh floor* are bIm Moihlnii to the fe*t am d hyge*^'^

^^^^

^?*' nil

^^Ictng

wemen work

in the

outdoor worid and

'"^ at puby^3 t^jg


'" "-t* In

^ ^^^^^ ^^'^t.^

^j^3 ^^^^ ^^^^ iwne of equahly of the sexes


pnictloe.

of modelling
la

coniidertd

Vedrc

aa

leading

to

mistrttfcjn.

yt^ ^^ th m)
Srr

Vfdic prtcUci

mmrea

^'* ^"^

homely s^nM>,(Z7'* property cuihlon^ and


a
lovinif.

-utine

^^ *^ devrioping the potwttial of ibn nodcu


Bharpeoed potoitii]
that a and Lhe tendaides
*oiul

frtra

k^^
,^J^

^^Tan enlisnced and

mi

vwerttfd

* divine

mechanwm

of procreation

^ ^

^th tttwy nnr Urfb.


aocumuJatts
bJrtb
in

Mia
0(1

ont

dcvdTptng or deteriorating

thmugh

iflw tdfih

Uarrfdrtnoi
ig
li

w be indo^

\n for pleasure

Consequently^

^*^rMg

n,^

VKJ upon ir* Vedic Jtfe as a 9eK-kittn. ConinmV i^ mollwr 4rtd godd^B who nurtures ihe *mj IdoM upon

Karma, That Karma invol'/ea fulfrntng onfi of moiivfca and bchavkmr noi qnjy t^jwu^a '^''^Inh t^ purest ven in respert of one's o^wti body. In thn ropeet

^ ^^ ^

*tart bMt

^0

vntil

were looked upcpn a^ a nvejhaniim b |tel of procrtation, semJAl relations were confinfti 14 y, lidded ieco^dinif lo V^dic riUa). Even a msmed a||(
irtrttins

J^^Ljoe

in

unnecMT7

fowl, drinks and drugs and umiMijral


principtei.

^Tjr^ waking

r^
(rfthe

and working vJolat* Vedic

AH

trift,

ai|and to look upon

mi

as a

means

for desired
the

prc^,

un.VedJc

unhBppines&, cruelty, crime end sodal Uimwa sfise from behaviour. Jui aa a worldly man is very particular about

CmMquccHty conttnenoe wea demaj^ded even from

nwrU

ttUgr^e cattle,

dogs

and bors,

the

Vedas

insist

i humsn

p^gjw^phyalcaJ. intellectual, moral and si^pitual. If the qoility human being is improved on the basis of Vedic tenets expounded

Unu ta GK
i

t C4d It

vi)iry

airici.

li

rules ihat

^Ung

mart ite
,bove
Lhi

mundane Ufe

will

be more happy and

*>rderiy

and moiI

M<di

for I healthy life

amounLs

to social IheTl. On

mn* vaki^ bidulg^g in tK for marB pleas:o m an d


cnmmil miibetwtour.

miibehaviour. the armament race


Whftfl
i^DKB

and wars shall be totally eliniinated,

not for pro|tnj.

Ji

md human beings are bo particular about pedjg!w cattW Imman not unreasonable for man to be unmirMiful of
it

b UrjhiHKhu^T

pdi(free?

OWaoly

!
10

luch rules

disdpllned conduct from ifustwt

olfi* icoonliiij to one's

I llfiimic>i*ryi.
U
Oivifi*

&^

and pogiUon

In

life.

Ei

toW

Vdte

rouUne provides for a four-d^

r^
may

Thit trm *iirnifiw behaviour regulaLed acfin^f* pijrprAis &f ihe fJoamos as int^ded l>y Brihmt*

wjfien during

menses This practice was


.

m voifue

and segregation for cvai in prv Muslim


-

Anlda, Other regions iFLincant detail


in

of the world loo

look for thi

veo

their past

dkidi and that by itsdf wiD

tM

^th brtitvkwr wa inUflded lo


"Wid.*ip
,

and tliminftl^ crime

"^^

ci*,,t^

^^

wher^f" industrious society

^
itlil

"u* io

prove lhe existence of a Vedlo world.

^IIJ^I^lHHn-,

^- "wfLy.

bHr^K. could be prstve)y

mor* han^^'

Ions- lived.

duUfyl and inlllrttially aharp

IWivenes too enjdned a lO-day ^fuarwtine likewi da member^ >; tbe famj]^ bIso required a 13 day jeparaUon for "^twreaved huuseboU from the rtst of the communiiy^ l *u^

'^tton
*^'"

waa basi on the most

scientific consWerations

of

"PftJSi

m*'

^'^

^^"^

^'^^

^ tr*e wtiich has IhePO^

the possible
In

wuree

of Infection.

The number
lb*

af

^
t

^T^ ^

ich caae wfl] be found lo

KcnnJ >^th

Wf^-^^^

cffenOiug

gvrma and mfcnabes.


for tl

^^

hygimie iiike ar prtecribpl by Vedic prtfc

^^

m
boly bol<u'on of (hose cooking the family meal or communily dinner. Jik* s surgeon dressing up for

pvm ^ ou^*^

and then hoTding himself in disinfectant iaolaltcsn those t^''* VcdK niMl have lo l-ako an early baib. wear the minimum

orcW

bdy

silken flppflnel until

the meal

is

cooked and duritig ih^ senT'


'

of tt* m8il8 to the diners,

In laying thsf

God treated 'man


it is

in His

own image

the

Bibfe

SWEARING BY THE FIRE

echoes the Vedaa

ihe Vedas whjch pregcribe themitirw for humanity to qualify for return to divlniLy, Atheists who canDoi
,

because

conceive of a

human personaHty
Is

tor

God may

consider ihai

ihi

human

fonfl

the

life-

form nearest lo

divinity

vi

vW
rivH

a verv

is

cprfdenoefl

^JTn^Grihepfiti-

important rote in Vedic trtidltion. the household. i.e. the head of

1>

by th* human brain which has the capacity to comprehend


jid duplicate to s certain extent

conctive

or imitate God

's creative

ptnmi

ligbt

sud cooka food and warmth to the household

[n

numerous sphere.

^Z pr^vid^ strength and r^ m.. fir* becomes the


rirt
of life
'Gtflu!>ati\

nourishment to the member*


nucleus, the

.^n, point td
b^ce
the

the ^ also

and energy to the bousebold,

name

suppUa embodiment of the Sun on rth and ilmiKHMiy cnttxy to human Industry and veWdes.
Rrt
is

the very

TlH urdvenwi! u^e of the Sanskrit, U flddltiQnB] proof of the primordial


Ttw term
'

Vedic word

Agni' for fr
culture.

worldwide spread of Vedic

ignition
'

'

that motoriata use ia


".

one instance of the

umvsffsal

^Bof iVu? word

Bgni

instancea. Ther* could be many other similar

Tt* preponderanl importance that Vedic culture


^^ifl^Bed In the
'*
'

^i^^"^'
mA

"J'li^ is
Jj

assigned the first position


.

maxim Agnim eeday Purohitam t^ffKB W^^^ " ""^^ ^ in all worahip
.
.

iLt.

it

r^presenis
is

Jfe.

warmih and

energy.

No

lEf^ life

atllf

IH)

^""i^iftt

possihie without fire alias energyfunction of flre ia parification


quality of Rre Is *>
'^

^^
^IhT
i

by hunung

all

impiritJes.

J[^^thi)r

''''*"

t^uTdmsotne Ufc or a

m wipe mit the existence of anything crimt


life sullied

*tth

l^ffl

also enables every entity to rtssolve lt^f

^to t>

Wf?-^'^:

Mii

'*f?3

^ve cosmic el^menLs.


Such
q^idJities

of fire

made Vedic

^glt fo^

'^

or public trial

Irad/lifln insist

to srv* as

a witness,

ctiastiser, gu^de and presUi

^
ind
in
cliii

aVBiyo^*

g^
^^

of

condamnaUon. The con$denw of wflrriors the Vedic tradition was keyed Ihrtwgh prewj*

^^^^ ^

^g^

^^^

gf recUtude that

my

sbortfiQ

P^*^
y^

at every Import^Jit occasion front birth to death. Evwi^ir wedding or consecration of a new house or sending
a

IL

^^j^^oiation
Arjun

himself and also undergo Inunedlita nj^arrior convict by fire. Consequantly Ln th* Mahttjharat

vohJrit*'^

begin his education

and im^rgy that


mortal

is

the Hre as the embodiment of dEvbill! worshipped. liltewige when a life depart,
il is

^^eved
^

^bff^

^^^^

that the sun bad set over his unfuJflUai simr jayadrath he postbaate lighted an ejtpitiatory

ijf*
,

Vedic pi-ocedure recommends that \i^^^ back its bygienic and final disposal instead of txu the pyr for quick, iiJcMa^
coil

legends are

full

of such instances. Even as laU as the


last

tbe body to roi in the grave, contaminate tbe aumjunLUnj, n^ spot on the esrLh though tbe soul has ili^j conlinue to occupy
left for

^^^
,

when J^pal th nth century A.D.


'

Hindu

ruler

erf

lost tliat

provlnee of hia Indian. Hindu. Vedk miph^

the heaven.

Mohanrmd Ghamavi. Jdpa! lighted a pyre ^^tlTMuslim invader, and jumped into It. So sharp was his saue his palace

Fire as Witness la

Vows

M Ji
f

of

ahanje

fostered

by

his

Vedic upbringing 1 His aubjecte tad


at!

sUndarda of constancy purity, ^lay and integrity. Such sUmdards are a]way$ vowed to in the pr$(ra when the groo^n and bride Uk of a sacred sacrifical Hre. Thus

Vedk

tradition set^ high

^trusted to him wuntTV-men had

power, authority and

wealtki

L
(11

to his status.
thtr love

and

sovei^gn they had showered on lam alliance. And yet when the test came he had

As

their

the seven steps roumi

the flreat their wedding, thattmpiieswnslpjfli

im

ui suocessfuUy

realm carry out his role as protector of Ibe

aberrations and also *n \n^ to the flameg all escira- marital sexual constant cBn te understanding that any deviation from marital it* is witneH to aumed for only by ijnmolation by the fire which

^
U
he
bis

n^

That was shftjneful in the e;ctrtme. defender of the (Vadic) faith. doubt cr of some cthiawss no question of any benefit of

excuK.

F^ure was a
life

failure

and blemish was a blemish,

^ch

ccnemony.

t shsmeful

which bad

could no failed in its sacred duty

mare

That

is

why

in

the Tlamayan one finds

i^frt Sita entering

borne.

term He was a Kshatriya. That Sanskrit

implied that

when her

fideUty to

Rama was

Hindu questioned. Vedic

and well-being of was responsible for the protection, honour ^he Muslim very tubjects. And yet in-front of Jaipal'a

^^

replele with such Inatancea,


It

miy was
j^jijp(ti

would be wrong

to conclude tbat only "^^^^.^^


i**ple*

to undergo a flery test. Mediaeval history is

*'^

when tU persons, whether

mw

or

women were

^ ^i
^
.^

nr.mim Muglim under thraais and torture, plundering lcmp3es. their and poisoning IbfHr
homes,

torturing

men. rapuvg women,

forcing

peopW

to

^um

burning

their

farmsteads

Wfiter-reservoira.
^^flal ai

iheir innocence or veracity

through a

^^J^^^^^ if fiery ordeal

^^^

Accuwd, Prasecmor And Judge

theme doanh of other convincing evidence. Of punJah


rcUJnga.
^^

ciJtfil'^'

hanivm.

Warriora faliing ^.._ ..,.^...L patriotiirm

^:. ..mHd to end or achievement ware trained


fire

ahort. of the highest

derds atanflar"'

^8a this not a ghastly chargesheet written fn t*^ P*^ "1 ** ""oiy in the blood the hot teart of massacred men and

^^^1*

py voioniajily jumping into *

lighted by themae

^^

diJP

'^"^ Was any mora proof needed that ho had fafled to ^ '^ sum standards of prflt^ctive effciency vigflan^ and nef^n^
f .

^^^^

'"^^

or a Kshatriya and

ruUng monarch

i that,

thooght Js-pai

Sflu

274
to hlmMtr,
.o-th^f*^
fcjrti

m
anyl^^^'

condemning bbnaelf the baieflt

of . doubt

H* w
ccujH>d

his

own

pitJwcuUir,

The judge
duty

in

him

cotidemrifti

Jjiipfil

of gross (l5ictfon of

find of bdnir th
**"**
11,4

of pabUc auffmnR. nAtJoiul humilial.ton and Vedic losg.

Vedic ^ystei*

S*-

i^as

[il^flya

thepnrai who sdminifitend

firr

"TV sentmce wia nothing short, of Immolation by the hrjf which he was sworn through sevwal ceremonieg
life,

^"1*"^^
lb' **

under

Vedk

prhctice prtestbood
life

was conferred on
to perpetual

who 1^ a" pbatemious


Ity-sar^ce^
an"*

dedicated

throuatiouL his

and ritu? to cultivsle and mRint&in ihe highest atandsrt

'^

maintaining the highest etandarda of courage.


rectitude.

Of Vedic cmduct^

^^^
^T ^

p[^y
Ln

An

oath administered by such *

TVfe was
iKm

no delfliymg or

4*J|yirigr

The esution
Jaipal
Trnal

tllV

^*^' ^"^'^^^

'"^

**^ ^^^^

""**

s^iSardi

liwLapiJjneous

and

vokntai^.
into
it

of the sentairt himself l^hted


the

person

swgm-in. But the

modem

practice of one aggiwidlser

expttitory fire and


finis to lufi life

jumped

as

atonemenl

for and

to another fellow -exploiter and oppflrtunist. uring the oath perpetuating ooiruption and pollution. L|u laults in

which Vedic tradition had laughi him to

cgtnsider

no more worth -Jiving.


&jch
strict

adherence to norms leaves a $hinlng

tradition

for

oiha%

to follow.

Are those ^.Bndards bang mainialned today? Are they

^''en

known today
Indii

? Eversinct India

obUtned freedom from BriUsh

nilp,

was

berefi of a large pert of

Kashmir and

a part of
I1

Ciitcli

by P^kisisn

mA

of the Aksaichtn

^cEave by China

within i
Indlro

period 6f 25 yeara

and yet not a

aingle

member

of the ruling

Congreis party

wer jumped

into the Ore in the rigoroiis trsdlUai

iMl

continued upto the time of Jaipal,


tttt

SwcDrinB bv

Mike

iftinsl thil Vedic practice of swearing by the raging Hr*


Lhe&trical substitute of

mtiBivlodjiy a

bearing by

a cold microptioM to the Presidail,

t^. Thf obUi


to ibe Chief

is

administerftl

by the Chief Justice

by Lht Pretident to th*

Pn^e

Minister Minister and by the Prime

Jujiiw

in

an unending, tnake-belleve. mean3"l^'

fsracal merry -to-TOjhd. NiHthef the person admlniaterinU theo**^ KjT Ibe two -in pftwti cwniinita wt=^*^^ himself to anyihing- the tt^ fWy uiKUon btNnd ih* osih (n aadiy miBsin^. Consequenily.

fli*inuU>09mmit anynumberof

nbsdonMa

4nd oth*r cri.a with impunity with

Lndiacrel^o'' blujidfrrinB faulis, iobody ctU^'

sn
^
i*r* rfWinf*' ^"^ limp
Bf

MusUi^ tyrants, have heen nAtitxd to a milkaopa; much n thai evai ih^ ^^ggjtlingj and
of

j^

jj^j,dhi

and JawahiirlRl Nebru. Mii^

evw-dwpw

'**'^^*^oiti8S of

app^sement and more apposcrnent, eppeand

rorfslng T03^^ oiw India htrttion in

<Jf

*^3 progresaiVB wesltenii^ hlglfigH^j


bi

happening '^Zl^Af. hfii>i>ening Uisloric


DA

190&-L906

wb

Iba

iriUab

sought to divide Muslim -majority

uma

of

VEDIC CULTURE

AND MHITARJSM
and
pewsfiil
soeEa]

Hindu majority ar^ of Wert Bnga] a public '^Zjatl froi^ the strong -wflled Hindu tetden aueh as whipped up by **" ''^^^' compelled tbe British administration to

^
Biruaijn^
Heaiiiijij

va

BG-

A>

aifflir* btkI

Strang.

Just

^^MTitmndon

thsL plan
all

But

later in 1947

when

the earlter steuncb


left

v^^tmnd

decUcaied mHtLery forc*5 bt^ e nesg|iy.

tUi, Vtdk culture prarvidea

Tor a KshHCTJye clEtss which whCeadhfriiiu

jft

leaders

had

died and tbe poliUcal field was

open for

10 the Wstsl standwT3s of purily and ^iuipUdty in govemanct

K Ktnndni&nd

Nehm
slices

they presents to the Muslims on a plaii^


of Indjfl, one in

_ ont byt two

West Punjab

fliid

the oth<r

nev^f h9itaie L cnck-down heavOy on demoniac forca


nper-d^tiociiac foi^-

tlt^

yet Insisiel uiEisi Deniffll and


P^Hilition to act aa a

on retaining in India a vast Muslim

permanent Trojan Horae.


must beware
of sud)

Thst

ii

ihe lesaon on* lesma

fram

all

Sanskrit script^jres

deadlnf

wUh

the UTe 'Stories of Vedic hErt*a *Jid of divine avaiara. WbKher

m foDowen of Vedic culture everywhere


Ittdns

Tbe proper plate for preacber^ of ahimsa and aswUcism


or a Himatayen peak.
in

one (wda of

Dm Nvisimhfi AveUr
ha]f-lion

in whicli

Lord Vishnu dpparini


entrsllfl of Uit

b
I

I lenjrfe

One occupying

or controlling
of ahimsa,
"a

to half- human,

form clawed -out the

mundane throne
miiflt

T>elhi

has no business to

talk

tyrmnJcsl rul&. KiiBnyakftshyap or of Pa-flsurWn who 21tiraa


njuied in

St

be prepared to defend eveiy inch of the counti^

tsrit^

unndy
the

admiiuetratora throughout
fiD-powerftil

the world, or ofHBiii


a

ud

slay the

enemy.
tbe

w*a

i]ef

Ravan who was

terror to Ow
to tl"

TOnianporwj worW. or of Krishna who, as counsellor


Psnd^vB.
of lh
fel

Bvffnince
fffuST9(vely orratlBcUvely

end

of

tbe

Mahabharsl

em

Hindus

bsve

enemy

wesktiwi iniisted on their lakirg full advantage of even^ Jessoa tonv^ywl


tn

the Mahabhsrat wir.

the only

weakened. "Hiey have developed suiddal tendencies sponsoring the interest of minority communities against
of

ihat tyrannjzers

must be

^f
ndfid

o*n,

aiinihflaled

promoting the prosperity of

diaholicaily

bo5til

MKni,

tbe gztiat Itw-giver of

all

htimanily has also


leftst

*isl*CHjiing

enemy- nations, and of turning the other cheek.

tht agfrwiof

mun

be ulaln outright without tbe

besl^ffi

Alumed $1 this ret one very respected thinker, Mr. P.K- Swrna *^^W conlribined an article titled Tne One.Ussoft from WsUiry

of

And Jt ovsr the owituria. under the del^Wtfiting P**^ i^ Jalniiin and Huddhlim owf-emphiBtiing aMttldsm ana
non-kfLUtHrj.

*^^
,,7

indii

f^^ e^(

ijaue ^^g December 29, 1992 A.D.

P'trterly journal titled Itlhss

f^tnka puUUahed from TllANE

(1. w.

Hindm

in

India,

thr long forgetting

"*to( and

Ijuckling

undec the tboauid-y'"

^ ""^

observed

'

'

With m vfew to comprchoid

the enoraiiiy

2^
iif

279

(hiB ftspt Of hijuiry,

aUKktaldng

in ihe form of
"^

of oo(y fmportarii

fomgn

(nvfistong

thai Iniira suffer^

i,

^ ^
4lrt

mvMJon by PB*^<*n tc^trin


by CWnn
capturing

Ptrt of Kutartir). 1947

A^Dinvasion
<

pwi

(rf

India).

19

A.13.

(l>
(2)

Pint irvosion of Indifi by


Second Envision
a.c.

Dflrius,
biy

Kiny of PersiB-5l8.fi;ig^
frorn Crtece

invM^

^^ Pfit^atan. 1965 A.D.

fff tridla.

Atex^der.

Us

4^d

invasion of Indis. by PaJdstai. 1971 A.D.

,^
t3)
TTiird

,rts India

the victim of ao

many

terror and ptundH- riida

tnvMton of India, by the Sakas. fhsn, CenlrsJ

jvjk

jLtrinf I

ISO B,C.

>
t&>

Fgurth invasion of India, by Kuahuns, from Asw,


Fifth invMion of India,
fcry

1^

B.C.

fttm

snd

2.500 years? Because aft#r having amasMd own industiy and vaJour In byijone wealth tJmiugh ita administered a worldwide kingdom. India Bftr ^"^K
stretch of
its

I^juddenly lowered
^jf^^isiss

guard and gon? acetic under the debtlltalin^

the Huns, from CentrjJ Asli, (a

Qdjareas

Buddhism and Jainism like the ruling Indian National under M. K- Gandhi. Hindus sUD afflicted by ihat fnidri
of

C6)

Sitth invasion of fndja. by

Mohamad

bin

Kaalm. from

S^,

j,^

pre

Eommitling the blunder of ftilmating


parties

all

administrative

712

AD.
flf

and ad politlciJ powers to persons

wedded

to nqn-violenc*.

m m
<&)

Spvfnth tn'^stoR

India,

by SubuktoKin ChazMvE

Mr. Sharma points out that even a person Wfljiting to steal


frais

Kni cbaln from a


lh

n^hbour^s houae would


in.

think twici about

ATshaj^tTUn, 96^ A.D.

nsiiUrce be would possibly meet,, wblle


of Muslim

the esse ol India


traversing

%bt1i

to tht 24th Lt.

inVBsicHis

Of India by Mohunsd

boBt

marauders continued pouring- in


back imm^cise

Chflznmri, 1000- 1030

A,D,

'burnfi^i of

mllea and carryLng

loot with impiuiity^


in

25th te

3^d

1.6.

ight invasions of India

by Mohomed

Chtm.

HundffidB

of Hindu
raiding

princely houses

rulini;

India

pdded

117Stol20()
(iO)

AD.
by IWerlw'n. from CenlnJ
Ajiin

llmitrfvo
unlttin a

in

one another's Idngdom but never

did tbey

combing front against tbe dangerous Muslim

foe.

33rd invaaion of India,

1398 A.D.

tin Mth
(121

mvasloTi. liy Babur,


biy

from Central Asia, 1526 A.D.

Cwifrantfd with a simi^er situation, the Japanese showed grest wndty and patriotism when in 1868 A.D. Japenese splinter- states IJnwd&wl their petty dominions and forced a united front mrainat

35th invasioji of Indij,

Humayun, from

CentrflJ Asia,

IKS

^eUiin powera tbrealening to

make

inroads into Japan,

A.D.
(10)
aeth iBVBbt,
{rf

^
ind[,,

by Nadir Shah, from

Pe^-

1739

A.D-

IflS** "lt India

Shsrma points out that even after the allaiomert of ^ 13*7, a liny Muslim PakfflLan bad the audadty

^
<rf

{H>

7Ut [nvttion
176a A,D,

India,

by Admcd

^sh
^^^

Abdall. frmf T**^*

j^^*!'^ j^'i"
an

^^ awvy
'tept
Ii

thHoe and China aleo invaded India once. Each lime

with large chunks of bidJan

territary.

<lfl)

3aLta invsriq

i^^ij^ ^f

p,^^j

^^^

^y^,^

j7ji7 A.H-

f,^^

on singing the praises of

their leidfifi

*M

tTi

* OTjaniie a
^^'9-

single retaliatory hit to reconguer

this tbe

way

to rule a

country?

P"'*'

m
am

_ \flic train
.iU"

intf

and discipUne the Hindu wsnior

**^

question of hotr on ionmngly powi t>i* ^^ Ifr Shfirm^y P^ f^'- '"^^^ al^t"^ b> ^hfci^ l hr pi^vM to ""^j^ ht^v bP beOy ^s^l^'^ ''" *^''" *^"5 ^Pii masse, o^if yflunpren ,d wom, w^, !L -dt LmirolaUm fin a^id sodom:^ in dka^ IS slaveg for rape tad off to be ld

^f
J^
Wffi

^^oie
^rt^m

*^P^^j^j^

Tspacioua

MusHm

invaaiona

cam* tprwdin*
childr^.

^^^ ^^^^
crops

poiaofufus public waler reaei^oSn,

wtW'"^^'i
^'^^'^
^j^ecortvea

raping

women, slauehi^tnf

'^ "Lung prisonerti es alav^, and compelling everybody


hiufllim iw

end

fighl

t/J

decimate ihwr own kith and

Wn

maiigloiiK an^ brirfp, mdmirfans. PbImW- t^PlS*s Moslim constmctions. iu*tay declared
this

wwm

a" culti3

^^^ coffera of

West Asian Mualim


and disb^ef.

cmintries

^ ^us
ff*^**

^^^
^i
tit

disiJat

In tbe face of

3ubil for lb* lasl 25W yfflrg must mm, wbid. Ind^J. has bT. a^^gr^siv*, BgBiTi militarily slrona and the Hindus 10 t oft neresftCT l>e Urmed OfTenoe Ministers, Rami ir Defww MMistws from tbeEr fetish litlui I4 md Kriii Med to be resurrected leaders so that ffljiduaim fis mOiUfy be ffitjsled i higb pedauds Hinduisni alias Vedic cuItiErv spin BOvbtti ^be world.

AH

impoverishmeni and tynumy misery, piogrtssiv^

(o

J^^^ ^;h *^^"*


rjisery
tli

'^^^

and

Uli hart ^j^ Hindu reeled back in horror. pe^y to such msa* rather than be

^'"**^ preferred to

buy peace for the popuUt*

^^'"A.
uiinloB over
II

That

built-up under padrtat the Hindu meotalily

generations.

hu

Da^asted

down

to our

own

era. Despit* a thousand yeant

me%
is

ofic*

^nlTiUv^l^ fl^5t

ibe ootj

Uve aw<3 htcb knows how to

Brt^i

let live.

All other

Sl^^tTMera lil

ia lUU an unscrupulous ialam. Hinduism E^rsue . poltey Gandh. and N.hni who

^1

built In withj n them wtJch t^lPMis have strife Hid inifllerance Ibemselves with intertirarw ihHfl u inmbilal* otheri ind thm Vmhh tla educaUonaJ WBtn, wwfirt. Til* Unii*d NbUwis Or^wiiiallon and vortd under 1 their lask of uniting the
destfr*

jf^pawmenl and buying peace at


Thinken like P. N- Sharma.
lutriiUy worried that the

af^y

mstI

whom

hav* quoted above, aj

ibe CNESJO wwld [Ind world (otftmmfflt Hoer

if

ibey propEijete Vedit culture.

refinement inherent sofineas. genUULy and enable a rampanl Islam and of fe Hindu mind might ultimately Vedic culture from I KiWe ChriffUanJty to sabotage and wipe out
bi
tce of

RcculMcd Wtrfart

the oarth.

Vo&v
by

have lo the Vedic tradition *ven wBiring parties


rula. These enjoin, for instance. Lhat
>lidd be settled
i:f ft*

i
J^
*|
IT tttch

B devdopmenl ever takes place carnibalism


iir

wi3l

retp

tcftafai itrict

FAde. di^Htet

by

individueJ

comW- ^^^^
9hoW

wpTBM, Vaffc culture

tfv on!y hope of

mmkind,

Withi>tJi

Vtdk

WBi^jtua the touiurf miifht

the cwitending parties


fij^t,

"'^

ihf virtue

of every

woman snd
History
tell

the liberty of every

mn

K
or

vtidl footioc Bt tbt

tun. Th*
life.

wbethcr

of ini*^^

muH k to
b
bvmcd

b* ooodurted in the

inhatiU^ opi away from


foe faUw or defeated
totally
if

^^^ constant /eopsrxiy.


lirtani

s u 5 that

under

ChriJtiafllty

men.

womei and

children

were

lil &oJd in the bsiart

*****!

*mi chicken.

to

nci Lo diAort

dviUm

to b*

or bfimdHMd.
ifld

Terrw and tofiure art


ia

QtA^ lou] v
"

icorrf)^ -earth policy

iB,K>dii*fsbnoitobe
ti rfviL

compelled to

*^ mnke common

tndiJW^ never to be

J^'^ 'uch a r^ ^ Vtdic


"''B^ity

has tragedy will never r^cur. Lord Krishna


cullure
*"vine
is

T^

ii

i(iwn

Dharma Yuddha.

l^ miracleforws. Z^^ wC^^'*ra3JawiihinourpowerletHindu98diu5lthne3v


Yet let us
ticH

et*mal

And

thlft

cosmos

ta

certainly

Lhin?

^** *ilton of a total war. Hindus

must

iteri th*ir

**^

tta

Hindu udk of hi' Vedaa ^id Uponishads, IVjr Wa^,; lei not ihat Iber? miy noi on\y after Ibe war so bt wiMb^ jan be ptwctei too much because wars i,,,^ tbfll 13 WIT BMt vw ixp^^ j^ phmomwon. Therefor, Vedlc cuHu do
be
fl

^of (0 rlrt tlli

**^^ *^^ *^*

^^ ^^^"

^ ^"

iderT
** * *ar
li Oft

fWl'*

i^nrriors labour
le*-

under the

false

naUm
^1

that
ncil

W^'' ^'^t^fl to be
mifflJf
in

a''^^ is

to be relsssed. Thi

\^ ^*^ ^^r^
of

Vddic scriptures. An enemy only If b

must be dM>mMj

ttcrrfEig
for

In4e^

BTOV^e

* pennant*

professionsl warrior cliaa. namely,

yltfV&pf^
^^

tb,

d^n't
und for

f"'^"^

Xstalriya class.

he dfiiwrvea no mercy, Werrfy beg^ntf fw me<^ Even o common criminal will piewt

[jjjii

no e*
lif*'

Tbe only chflnge be p^pared to figbt tbe tnms the day, Hindus most is th* mle of mannef unttl Hinduism is once egajn aWo lo incule^ irt tbia nfw in the whole wortd. and disciptint of Dherma Yuddba
thf sense

necessary now

cflrtiered

is

thQt

if

AtLhanni Yudd^

bl?

*^

^^ ^g^,^

and arrested But ^t^ arresi of a peraon


.

is
la

Ihat any gitwnd

pre- requisite far

HistOT^

is

reptet*

*'l^*i

insLences that for Ibe unscnjpuJiHu,


frtjm

monstiWB Muslim {nvaders

West Asia no

trick

was

too

imn

Hindu generals and nilera were orttt ind no irtficbery too base, gubmiwion, ifiviled for hotKPiTt)k puL GfT LbcET guard ty a sho^' of only to bt hKN solemn oaths awom on ihe Koran,
rftrieys

J^SijU) Hindudoffl converted into moaques and mausoleums 1^ iTwl mansiorw such suictdaj irtlla This ia the height of fpUy. Tt Is

nusleading precept of thdf priests and ^gu]t of the only in not reconverttnB captured JLLt Hindu iBflders failed not but they failetl evon \a reclaiming their own

Til
ma

rtwmy.

SUKiaJua must quIcWv abandon and

learn to be strict,

item

with

to deetb irtflchefwjsty.

unflWB*.

Tliere are

Hiao

Inst^wa

rf

to with faithless enemiea.


Must be Compulwrj
lo reform Hinduiam tb? first basic
ia flilt

begBing for UmpG,>aiy elwltif mBdiaevil Musltn^ B^era!s an<J nilers Hindu forta hul sendira taslad women and children
far

\mwr} ttaloing

Muslim

Midlers in

muf^kring
Hln<&Di

end then trefichmm^ the guist of buna-clad women armythe Hindu king and defeaXiJiB his

Ai I beginning

which

(lnHmdua

muBt enforce

that every

government or

puhlic- sector
rrunilmuni

m\^-^ from peon to the president must undergo a


ffTi^ejffirs' mllftflry

tniining.

Hifulua have Ihus

provei too guHIble Mid too

sofv.

HomW
ed
for
I'

T^*prent lack-lustre politician and irresponsiole bureaucrat


i

by

liie

es^emy's

alrociUes

Hindus

invariably

oft^
and

diihonourable pe&M, ttiua progressively toaing

men

^Lon> rn
Uiti

pftritirt

at

loose upbringing.

Hindus must

kam

people to lo donvert and reconvert


TIL Tor 1st

^^
^^
^j

Nation and tbf spirit of sacrifice. t<^i means of making


idle

He He

lacks

vigour,

patriotism

looks upon the government


that h*

monuy. He brieves
^^1^^ ^^
trainJflg

hoM*

mib
i*

94 th*

enemy dwa

should be the

^^^'^
^*

*wy6;<ifupf ^^

g^,|p

^^

^y^^

HKtly wbfll the Rflitifiyan. MaMbharet. Uinu anriU Usch. Yet Hindu preachers have

Bhsgflvad
failed

^
^^^
t

^^

pyi(. requests.

our Hiey have UiUB^ distorted the hsroic unesaoge of *^J[^, iof "/*"^^ aanifely 10 fltjht Uitht bitter end with all on&'a might
ctii, unmindful of bU other constdcrfiUons and teach

^pulswy iwD-year mflilary ^"aUon for atiy candidate


'
jj,
,

must

also be an essential
elertiofi

standlnK for a publEc

oraeeWfiK

^**** ]ob ech training alone wil t inatil

H^i

*^ ^"^'IflinB in
in

some sense of viiTJU r,


and
repprttftiJ

the Hindu public employees and trtdwl.


liabit of disfciplined

^ilT^"'^'^ ""''
fcftfcj

them the

* ^^'^^ dispasal of the job untrustHi to them fe<lr?d ^f^9nn| ahjuji^ employed for imptu-tlnK such trsinin*^

.L

'

nn

'

Is

SfflTiuil''*

Adhitarl

'

meaning

b 'Sea-odictr.

*'

^
""!"
**

(otct

evwsin fying machines were InVKited. even ,jn, timss sport i naval rank, teing dwignswd officer coniiniies
,

mmmodo"'' unmindful

of the fart that

'

commodare

la

SamudrA^ meaning the sea, Further raearch kiit word ^^ ^^*^' "^"^^ "^'^'^ t^arall^* In ancient and ^l^ge Unes ^^V glsng l^rminolcgy. erm^ for5

J^
THE VEDIC MILITARY ORGANIZATION

Tte

inulti

fawt^d proof whole world


f

avflilable lo

indicate that frwn


united
of

rulers and leaders had ibe tern)fnal!on 'Smha' [ Kffhatriya fltteched to their names. In course of time the word (16 'Lion") Later in old EufcrUsh it was wHtteri was written as S3ngh

^ha

'

'

[\j^

iirnnemoria] the

spoke Sansknt tmd > was


includes

mn
tm

nmrnon

VedJc administrfltion,

ihe idenliL^

c was also at limes pronounced Still laier because E rim or cyngof cfng changed to "King". Thus ihe n 'k" the pronunciation
* "

orguuzfiUon And Lenruriio1ogy<

Eridfst)

woT^

'

King

'

is

Lbe corruption of the Sanskrit. Vedic wijrd

Sr^dos Smha'
Consider the word 'Novy'- Thai

i.e.

lion.

is

being anglicised as 'Nay^'


is

But jltcniein^ SanshriL proT3*incialion

'Naa-vi*

"nie

Kir^ as the

supreme commander

of Kshatriya forc?5 had


aiias

jeneTils

under him
h{9

who were known

as Nayak

Nafk- Duryodhan
as Nayaka. The

The

fart thit wicient

Sanskrit words like

navy

'.

'nBV$t

*i1

refers to
Erijlish

^enerala (in the

Bhagawad Geeta)
is

nmtics]
(rf

have universal appllcatioTj even todsy Is proof wim^


navies cniiang the seven seas

word knight (pronounced 'night)


Vedic term Naik eilas Nsyak.
is

conuplion

of the

Veflic

and of

their"

crew

alt epeslfflu

SiiMkrit,

Smakrit for ages tinUI the world


AdnUniaiEaiive units,
'

was shattered

into aeps** That this


Jperailel

not a far-fetched derivation

may

he proved by

naukBta are tiie original Sajiskrit "ete* U> be used tven today ivilh a alight, Ineviuble varti^
, '

Nki

'

^nauka

'

'

wct!BwllrE^^

Enjijals.

in prwiuntiition.

insUnce whepe Sanskrit 'K" is substituted by 'T' in The trm Canterbury though currently pronounced ^i^rbury ghould be Santerbury (when 'c" is made to reuiln

C.id^

^olW

ward

,mn,Mor* , Inslesd

of pii>"'^

11^^^ ^Phabetical pronuncEation), Nnw recolleoMnK that the ^*^ T bas to be read 05 Sanskrit K we Hnd ihni the original ^^' ^^c name Canterbury In Englnad was Sankerpury, L*,(^
I
' * '

named

after

Lord Sanker

alias Shiva.

"""^ "" ' ^-^-' Lm^^ ' .lpuncUo ^^"^


'""
.

Wd^^

"^ ^'"^ ^*' ^^ *^* ^"'^ modem mi!it*r>' orgHniiat^


^^^ ^'^'^''

*pp^*;. *^
tf

l*5uuB ih
*^iniai

S^'*^'*' r the ancii'

mnitaiy system- That was inevitable ^'^^ ^y^Uim applied to the whole world since Vedic

^*^^

I* ^Ltan wfta a world

govemmenl.

2S0

Ann;

Ltiilti

11*0^
fit^

ft*
li

sinallegd unit of a

modem army

a wction. tn th^ ancient Vedit miliur^i svsi]!^'' Om mant3t unit. Imown as Patti had in membepa njuiiT *** il^hMil. one ctiarfot, three horse riders nd fiv^ f^jy^ Jf |^

known

constating of Uti

ia guch laenUty
"flt

shown ome modam ichol^i


,

tfind

V/b*'*^*^

of ftbawit

mtndednees that

it

could aa ip^ ba

-'"

ttt

may Itaelf have been fastaton^i on angummt la untenable b Uamounta All Gi<t ^^ ^*^^
(^(loHt'Vedlc system
'

(infantry-men). In

Alt

they

made

ten.

^^

wP""*^jjp^
'nseresftfir the higher units

ar*

made p of

Aquoj inti]i|^

of ll

Seciion alias Pslti in

both the

modem

and ancbent s^j^Jt


sysl^in becuB.

Such acholare often for^ ihst than tbe Vedas. The Bemayan, the Mahibharst '"Ti "older r^^WS too constitute bum&nity s oldest Uterature. Greece.

^
!^

to the beginning.

py^^,^

Thret sections make a platoon


In the

fn the

modem

E^.
t,t

China.

%ria, Assytia, Babylonia

ei.

one and

all

Vedic system three Patties constitute a Senamukh.


military orgsnjsetion

By Vedic
folicfwed

whet we imply

irt of
'

yester-years. Compared to them the Mahabharat babes of hoary antiquity. O^isequently whenever any aimDerity

is

the ^^tgii
(t

by

sncient administr^iors
Is

who governed

i^ween the

modem

and ancient practices

It

should never
all

the wnrlj acoordJM


'

ta VedJc

l^eU. That

the sense in -which the word

So-called European systems hav* douWed that the

a Vedic

Vedic' la

been used throughout tlus volume.

Readers not accustomed to that uae are likely


thi teKt of the four
Icxili

ContLTiLLing

our study of the Identity of

modem

military linlu

to insist on

penjilir^

V^aj

v{th th?

Vedic

we

find that

whOe

three regiments

make a

brigede

83 they sre

a^'ei){Ilble

to us twt^

mid
En

oiirdays. in ancient

times three Ganas

made

a Vahinl. Pegiment

for

ell

the military iemiijidc^ and organization thst we tn


[ill)

Sanskrit

word Rajmant.
.

difiCUB^ii^l in this

chapter.

In fact &D those d^alLnff witli anctent histoiy

must

tltans(Svc9 With this w^der connotation of the term 'Vedic'. Beau

Ibee brigades make one division so did three Vahinis constitute i^tiiM li> a&dent times.
Three modem divisions constitute

has been repeatedly emphasised by the elder sages and >" but 't tint by Vedic tradition we signify not only the Vedes
it

a i^orps,

likewise three endent

Msaa

fomied a

Chamu.
corps

UpflmshAds. Yogs,

Ramsy&n. Mahflbharat snd the

IS Puri
1^

Conflequemly, the mflit&o- orgsiUzallon that


ii

we

^W modem
"^tnvaftnft- in

are diacusslnd

followed

in

the Mahabharat, and the Mahflbharsi ia in feet.


^Mhuihlql

meke an Army alias Command, In the aadcnt times three Chamua made up one Anikiiij-

as the

firth

Veda.

OwnpiBlet
Continuing our compariaoo of the andent and

modam

OfiaaU*Uon we mvy notice that three jjltitoonfl ^^'^^^^^ company in modem per!am*. In the ancient Vedic aysteni Sinsmulda wm% lumped together to fomi i GylmThrtc comiwiiea form
iIm

^i' ^BS Command is the highest unit of modem armed "^ ^^^ ^"^^ ^^ ^*^ Kahatriyas had a unit ten timen Ijj^' ^ Akihlh^*' ^^^^*' '"^* miUtajy ujift. Ten Anikaii conatituled
f(jj~

^*^ i\wl

!^^

^^

^^^ administration and uiDHary forya of


aoitve other

modem

r*:Muncnt. Correspo"

'^''"^
'^tftd^

ndmL

lyitem three Gulmt made one Gana

^ references In

heavenly bodifts too. This is the Purana* and the epics which refer

"
would be wrona *0 fsimpm that
all

m
,pu-f^or&
It

wmj

Ui muiiifll vistu

by the rulers an earth and Ihoge on other

,^U(n*-

^^mrle
*amied

naUon today. The proper


forces of
that

awrw wld

Having noted thet the gigantic Akshaubinl >*m iho Hfih^ y^ of the ancient Vedic am>y one may well iTiiagine the force comprijjn
tht
Ift

iT^ ^^

the 200 to 300 natign of

AkshaoWnl

fielded

by tbe Kauravaa end Pandsvas

logrthej

%
'^

^0

w^"^^ "^^mpare
gid

*^

internecine M&habhfirst war. tl was the colossal dcsuMi^ wrought by thai war which shattered the unlver^
in their

combined world military might of migbt of the Pandjrma and '^^^e^ world military

"^^V^tbfMehabharat tJm^

y^
^^

administmlion nd tb* univered $w*y of Sanskrit, ledding i^ sdminislrative f ragmen latioti and the sprouting of local veriBU(su
Bf S^natait as so

^^^ jnay

arise la about the need to mahvtiin

many modem

languages.

Ancienl Superiorliy

Though the units at a tiuient Vedie army. In actual numedcsl content the armies of Vedfc Ksbatriyas *ere far superior than is sgggegi-ftl by an unit- win
comparison. Because while a
individuals in uniform,
its

modem army

tally with those of Uw

modem

sectiflci

comprises of

artlii

teo

population. Because even ^md^ ^TiT^pottionateifl the entire divided Into administration the world was

^ "L

^
or

Is is

ao matter whether a world is governed the militant force subdivided into 300 nations
that

uL mc
fi^jon
jjrtJonijTes

ancient equivalent the Patd combitA

Stive units called


W
the

of one elephant with a drfver


hovrdflh;

(Mahout) and three arcbws


and besides,
five foot

In Ibe

Ksheir.. The head of the Bdmini^ve modem ErtgUah RshetrE-P CspeUed us(d to be termed a

the chariot which carried one driver and four srcbw?,


riders,

'Satrap')
Bncitnt

thrw horses mounts by


in

men.

Tbus.

terms of

men

and animals, the smallest unit of Uie Vedlc army


to the chariot and

mvr
sn duly

Vedic

world

adminiatratton

Indian

and

E&mpefln soldiers

as also soldiers

from other regions were posted


Indian

one ekpbanl. two hor9e$ yoked tbeelepbani, three other hoi-ses (total aix animals) end four men on footmen five men in the chariot, three on horse -back and five
consisted
of
llolai 17).

U)

distant

lands

S milady,
in grefit

elephant trainee,

smgen ind

riders

were

demand everywherearmy
in

Consequently, while b section of


its

modem armies coniisU

Indian solders

fought in Xerxea *s

the 6lh century B.C.

wdy

of ten soldiefs 17

of ancient Vedic counterpBrt consisted

bow in their nunvdcw moJeni rtmjmaiUon the mdent Vedic amiies were much bigger than
anmuJi and
armifl.

men.

That

irdJcates

f^Sdyucus Htiployed a lar^e body of Indian soldiers. Hannibal 's '^^i corps was from India, in the l3t century BX. the Caesars I
''^

ta^ an elephant brigade


in

J**^%nttook part

msjiaged by Indian mahouta. One such Gasesr *s tending in Britain. In the arcenceater

Cofoual

Army
t
the mind of some
isil

7"^

A
li

natural question that would arise in

^
^

'*

* Ist century
' '

AD.

statue of an Indian <^vairy-mMi

ihe inscription

Dannicus Eqes Ale Indiana

TVB

Albani"

.j^i

whether such a large miltl*ry force did eciually ^^^^ ^ ""*" < mere poeUc fancy and fantoay? The answer is that the

"^m

"bdian TVooper, Danniia of the Ala Indiana, of the Albanus." who had nerved 16 years when he died in

involved la the Mflhabbarat war are not as unrealistic o^^^'^* nm. The 18 AXshouHnl armed fgrce massed by the Kiiu^^ Kii Ptndavai tigeihtf rtureacnled the army of tba enlif*

lfhiy|^'*^^"K'y ancient

^ fcmuT'^^^* ^^ ^^ of

'

TamQ records menlion '^powerfU ^^^^ Mlenchchas w^rinij long coata.

Pandyan kin^g, Ancient Tamil works also mention

tV"

Wk
390 ih* vorl*'

^^^

*^ SaJonka, Venjtilca and

Bomm
Roman vklMy

wlmtee

In

ih?

Tfltatl

nsim

ssid

Veseg, tampan

ld and

of th rtnport of y

,^'J

^"^i8ylU.ble^BffiikflCaliaaMUca)*itbeSakrtt

wire. In the baiile ot Ifey, Jjj^

because of his India trained warelepbants*


of Britain

^
v^
Gr*ct

**^

Thesaalanicii

is

^**"

Sthfl]n''

a mal promuidayon of the ^ti^ait sipiifVina a military wcampmait.

The Procurmor

under the Tlomana, Julius QissJcii-

^Idt '^'^f^gn
.. oi

regarding the history of those places would


training

had an Indian vrHe. Sh* was the dsughler of Julius Indu$ name was Julia Piacata indiana. U has been the |)rgctice of

^**^^ ^^^riginated as military cantonments and ^'^ ^^ Vedic armies. ths andent
H,p^*
Itself ts

Roman, Arab and


the
Is

Iranifln

writes to givp a

local twisi to the nam?i

of peopSe or locatlms belonging to other lands. In that iradigon

of Ssnakritic origin. Ilie

tnm 'war*

names mentioned above are hardly reeogniiahle as

T^ ^"7

IndJan

i\^\^

dialects other SaiX9krit.ic

such aa Marathi and Hindi.

one of the rt^sons

why the

notlnes

left

bj the Greeks. Romans.

Arabs and IrBiuans can never be regarded as good history. They had trsny other faults too $uch as iriaking Falsa daims. Cons(?quently
Uietr

l^X^ '-^' "^^


V^ MllllJi^
.
ti5i

'^^^^^ '' *'^^"

Formaaoas

reputation

as

good

end

proline

histariaris

nci'>^

to

oonlider^bly

h^ed down. Their notings

ere highly misWdlng Bni

j^gi
JJty
WiJwn

bdligerent armiw Mahabharat one often hears of the formaiions known as 'Vyuha", for battle in special

must be

piri3sed iFiUi

ejntrame cautioin and dlscnmination. to have lar^e military contingents at ih^r

outlines of
Hilla in

f^ Kshetraps had

one such formation survive for our view on Britain. Dorothea Chaplin not "on the hills of

Mmmand

i4 maintaiji law

and

ord^i* in their i*e^|>ective areas.

British Mtlwni are the remBina of


period.

camps dating back

to a pre - Roman

Assuming that the ancient Vedic Kahatriyas maintained uw


thst
It

hsve stated Writers on the military anUqulties of Britain was fl principle with the early Britons to arrange thdi* foroes
I.e.

regular soldier for every 100 pers&na in the population one

may
\n

conoffltrie circles

raniparls asing one over the

othflr,

and

aurmlw

the total papulation of the world in the Mahabhsrat lim^


Ifl

Its HffltTordshire

Beacon sanong the


'^
'

MaJvem

Hills is

a ramarkabls

U be 100 UrtiCT of the

akshauhini

army of the Kuru

princes,
lypi er this

raode of defsioe.

G{impuli> MaUaj7 Tnlnlng


It OQtild

Tb concentric

m Qitaiy formation meti^oned abovehaa the special


'

even be that

in the

Mababharat er every

able-bodied
as

iw Chakravyuha
'

adult

itxx^ iMae who were exempt


priests) had to

on special grounds such

'^^^e'
***"
^f

ii
'^f

VOHI. monks,
ai
l

Vedic terminology* In fact the English woTtJ ihe Sanskrit word 'chakra^ allaa 'chcle* as may be
in
la

undergo

compulsory military

traininit

imong ^'estem naUona today. Consequmtly. number UT Ibe lUndLng anny could be quickly swelled In ^^"^ of war by aiDin upoii trained civilian edulta to enlist for
wajiim-dutJ4,

Use pTKtice

the

womJ cyde'. The discovery ^^*^^^ in Britain proves two ttOngs, ona that the Hih^ ^ ^^ ^ "^^ history, and two. that Britain was very nmch
replaced

by

'

"

in the

'

inm ^^t^

Vedic worid or those times.

CutoamcBU
Man*ry
idminiiir*Uon
'

Imllaiity

or Identity

we

are pojnUtig out In thia vdlum*

anlonmmi,
fn^ir .tlU

of

th^

anoiiL

uniwrtd
'

^'^^
^1*"**^

be

identified tti6rfaph3 tteoa^fflphl rally identified.


'

Headorsm^l
(al^
KOS.
'

""^

* Oo

line with the letters

anika

Pitemoflner ifauee. Piitemoitr Kow, London*

393

tphffw o( Mftdrnt and modem human Brtlvity ,> cotisidBrl 1* be merriy mustroUvc ami nm eshaueth^.
In

mnt

ilm Lo convince the reader that th^re Ji nothJng (n Ihia woj-ia ^^ is non-Vedic or pp*-Vedic. Therefore* our endeavour her* ^ nZl?
to poJnt out Lhe red direcUon of r^swrch.

|^

^^

Those Inteiding

up ui(*n8ive research
these
litaes

in specific

spheres should proceed 6.^p^

^^

to discover that the


all

Vedas canstiluie the ortgJna]

^
WORLDWIDE VEDIC CULTURE
human

tcmmcn'*

unfversRl reservoir of

the

Ramayan

activity and that evi the Purane end ihs MahflbJiarat form pen of that same

human

aHhniQn

heritage

Jfiinlly

owned by Ml humanity much before ell got sepamety


^

(Tooped as followers of dlvisEve cults and reliBiong and as adhefmta ^f various Unguislic groups
In tha
frtwit

^cient Vedlc

militfliy

^rminology the

spcaiJiKidn.,

mmpwlwnsive
*!,.*

bird's eye-viev7 of wcffWwide

activity.

nlre of th^ army was known as Urss i,e. the Chest, ibe flanks were known as Kukah, the wings were called tbt Pikah. pescrves were ceillfjd as PraUgraha. The Vangurds were knawn
Koi3. Tt-oops fmmediately behind the

Vedic

culture

and

Sanakrit

language

are

the

jflunEiinheadsofitanChildreii's literature

Uras (Le.ibe Chest

front)

constituted the ^fadhya (i.e. Middle). Those at the rearv.'eire known

dM

only taught

such as Hitopadeslia and PanchaUntm were worldwide in andent limes but inspired aimllar
Fables tn Europe and Aret^an T^ighla
in

ejfoTti

auch as

A^apa

asPristha Ci>, the Back)


Weal

Ada.

Eattle-afT^s were

known

as

Vyuhas

i.

e. formationa. These
literature
(l^e.

on

erotics too
'

is

obviously based on
*

scientific Indiwi
is

were numerous and of baming vsnety such as Madhyabhedi


lh#
centrai' thrust)
. ^

AnUrbhedj
MandsJa
.

(iiitemal

thrust).
,

Mfitaif

uns deeiing with Ratfk' alias Rati Shesira. Af Lbe Sanskrit word Ratik'
*

ElroUc"

a comiptlon

CdTDcodfle )

Bhoja
.

{enclave )
.

fiarvBtobhaLra

(symniEtricM )

Ckimutraka

Syena

Hands.

Ardhschandre

Tbe word
iiipilf>ing

'

Sport" is a corruption of the Sanskrit word

'

Spardh*

thfllfmoon), Assmhau. S&ochlmultha. Vajra. AbhftJya^ Chakrafllc

(Tompeting,

The sports oompetltioni

of Kaurtva pnnces

Snce

concenlrlc defences of

weKs
in

rising in

tiei's

(known

iwonbed in the Mahabharat provided the model for the Greek


Olymi^cs.

Chakra-Vyuha) have been found


other kindi of defence formetiong

the

Malvem

Hills Jn

MaiHn

nsmed ebove may

also be detl*n

during archaeoTogiqaJ explorations around the world. ArchaeoMsts


mnjr note ihls as an addition^

^
^

Chfisa which has

been of Vedic origin haa had a woridwftie

faUowing

because Vedic culture

had permeated the world


la

pdnt
.

ai**i' for observaliQi^ in sites

explored or yei U) be estplored Tier

Even
is

SanskiEL sUr.

Siiflkefl

and Uddffl^ w>iich

fended ta be a

modem game

^ Jk>7
'

Vedic origin, S.Y.Wakankar. a Sanskrit acbolar poinis


It (s

^J-^

known
in

as

Mokshapaf

of Jnenadev In Maharwhtra,

&utf^^^
Tlte

Gujerat, and as

Paremapada

Sonpat

Sanskrit science of

mualc known as

'

^gt' was obvttioriy

3M
In

vagu*

In

the

Wwt

ta

Is

appacwt from wm-da

utte

jj^

O ^iJP*^
^
|^

words. The White ^ Sflns^t


Sanskrit gf (inc;nt
Is

Sea indthe Red

,liillDn9

As for other branches of

human endeavour bffng ^f v


in the other chapters or thi

wc have Ali-cudy <liscii sse4 tbem

^^^'^

as ^Ui SaHUigB ,Ve^

namei. Global navl^ftUon hts apparent from Its Swiskrit wrminology.

grwa-^'^^-^^""*
Al*^"

Mnni

vi Cvrnitiunkalltin

Thf pTftsumption thai worldwide


transport hsvinf
thf re rokddn^t

bn deveVapt^i by have bwn a unitwi woHd

mmm of crammunicHtidn ^ mm only in the modem ag^


in ancient

overtaken by a period whai Hindus .'-^ mrainst venturing abi^ad t^ one wami peopW to against tjoned That was because tearful atoounta HToas)

.^^ ttmca.
Katriclien

If^^'B ^"^^

off f ",'

"jualiJTi

barbarities

were pQuring

in

and countiy after

times

tuj

^ ^^. _

had been terroriied into accepting j^nbia to Afifhanistan

true, In ihp Krula, TrvKa and

Dwapar Yuaa* humanity had rvcou^

ven tc
Iti

intflr-attTlflr travf!

and communJcation.

caution h&s been misintenireled by misguided *"'^^^Th^ temporary belief that Hindus were not seafarers. An ftoread the
tn

any case even

in mediaeval ttmes. great conqueniirs oouM


Iioti

'^'tV!

i^butial

of

that

mistaken

belief

is

provided by the

transpcrt (beir snmies Lo dislant lands by sea-craft and on

back.
In th? pr- Christian ra humanity did hsve access to
oil

Hindu rule in the entire Pacific region ^^dbfling evidence of such ag Burma, Si am. Msiaysia- Singapore* alait s large part of U
B(fP^ Kcwea

and Indochina.

linds
navjil

tround the
bell

glati^.

1lu$

is

proved by several finds such as a

Ociraiid

James Tod records ''That the Hindoos navigated the


earliest

with a TWnil insti-iption found on the sea- bed off Ausin^.


it

Man fmm the

sges.

the traces of their relltfon

in the

ihip of the B-C, era with the imagfi of Buddha on

was

fmind

iibof the Archipelago auffielently attest,"

und^
uiii

the ice-bound sea near nenmarlc. Ancient stAtu&f end temples

^Kodce states

'

That the peopte of the country of the Indus

dtk b^rin^ a stanip of India and Vedic {njltuev h^^'e bwn located {n almo^ all corLincnlg and even fn remctf? islands. Ruferemss
are evajlable in history alwut Hindu naval experts
in Africa
assisting p|3l

the most venemble antiquity, is perfectly dar from the ancient Institutes of Manu. where merchanta who mVed
63 navigators, in
"

u*fflc

iMjond the sea and bring presents ta the king' are expressly
the

and other continents


this
it

to safely navvgal* the high ^as.

rowAioned. In
K4i(fBl.

Ram^an

the practice of bottomry

is distinctly

From

diSCOV*rin

ahould b clear that current beliefs about Coliwribui somt America or some Chintae discgvering America

Heeren's lndlun

5Ut on

page

lU

'*Jn fact mi law


the

'*tH
^>i3t

forbidden this species of


of

commerce. On the contrary

cmturka before Columbus arv mere


frwn medEatrval
itpidrtnct.

srism chauvinistic gupsscs


lidminisU^ltfli
ia

Menu contain

several rt^ulstions which tadtly allow


all

Under the world Vedic


all

a&vil lanM frmi India led to

parts of the world. Thet

*W

" ^ living the force of law to ^^Mipr incurred by

commericaJ contracts reklive

aea or land.'"'

the
thfl

vMl

*trpich of the 'Indian

wm

bwrt from South America to Anatralta

^JJ^utim

wu

a great Ve<lic warrior

who

led 21 expeditions

name

Ocean\

Ukewisv

^ ihe world to chastise

Kshotriya administrators

who had

n>

S Y Wflkimkar-i \futr pul)i;he3 on pag* (M of ih* i\asrV*V ^" w^ niiiAl kATHJKA. Vttl 3, Nu drrtcd the 35' h JuJi-' 'S"^^ iJhjva cjQ l>r. BMlifeiur' UtiiiiUiJ, Noupodii. Timi<! iitWH IliUl*

^- V<j].
J

i_

^n^y^

^^

AnU<5uliEw of Kojji^ihan, by Ogl. Janiw

'

'

In

CrwM, by

t. PwocIm. iWd

.L

*
?ffl7

39S

bKome

unruly in (hp dnyj bafore Rama. In a^ hf *i'bmrfn troopera (mrran I ho country we know In Sanskrit the battle ax? is known as Psmau
' .

jtpleinfl

Pococke {Pigv 82
'

of hia bookl
I.e.
'

Mount
of the

^1^.^
^''^'^^fl

|^--^^ft,ane
uini'

fr^jTO

Sanfllti^'^

Adri-ee-sh'

Urd

^ Cpsge 45 of his book) the land sii^ued and lai^r'"* the Parasu baring LrM|B. eame lo becaM PflarasikH^!!'*^
The *nn Chaldeans, ^tcording lo Pococke is the Sanakrii KuI'lVva i.e. family gods' alias eldera auch as Devas
'

^'^ Aca^^ ^ ^"^^^


^

C****^
Doei Is

ton.

^^ T^e Kasliyop clan or


^I^Bi
^^
All

V^

Sanskrit term
8

'

Kaahyspeeys' signifying

descendant of Kaabyap.

qt

Tiriih^
l

H&

ancient inap of Persia. Colchis and Armenifi Absolutely full of the most distinct end sUrlling evidencea of

add^

'nie

OUT

Ike World.

Indii-

throuffh several veries elucidated

volumes such sa

^bnizaUon,
Uit
rticrat

ajid

what

is

more

powerful n^anner,

ostonishing, pruciic^iy evince i^ the truth of sever^ main pointi h

^
'Z^

rt

Ifldifl"

Hisiorical Uesearcb

and Some MIssEak


all

Wfifld Hislury

have nasintained that

historic churches

the great Indian poems, the Ramayan and Mahabbarst. The whcfc map is |i09]tively nothing less than a journal of immigreUQn ni
the inost gigantic scale.

^^"*j^lg(]

"^

Z^ble
ta besr e Greek name,
'

moaquea throughout the world are edifices of earlier Kshatriya rulers. A and misused cw^nrmation of that finding b found in Pocwke't
tombs and
'The children of the great Suiya (Solar] rai recognized by ert throughout the w^orid. to be

The river 'Oims' commonly believed


ia In fact

jbHPVBiion that
tf

tbe Sanskrit term


bull.

OOXUS

CabbreviaLed as

OX'

In

EhgMl

Nortbem India
pgajilrc

meaning a

thflf

buildinga,

end

stDI

more

distinctly

by those maasive

On page S3
identical/*

of his book Pococke observes


the Indian

"The

Europcsi,
castes irt

works, which strike the beholder vrttb .' Egypt and Ceylon isttfiiiliment aUke in Rome Jtaly Greece Peru
filb,

Md

great public

ficandinavran and

Kshatriyas.

or wanior

Wi^

Haghdad. Bokara* (My Hid that hiatoric buildings in Cardova, knucand IilsmbuJ Kahui etc are all pre- islamic and pre- ChrisUaJi
,

Vedic tradition Scanda. the warrior son of the Commander 'in Chief of the divine army. The
tn

TjopJ

SW^s &
tylEilit*

HIqiIu iHillditigs.

latter

^iiid Culture of Europe

fwviyft^ is a perfect Sanskrit

word signifying
rejjrion is

a naval

fid aflttlement.

Tht Scandinavian
hy or in

consequently a

^^^ W

^mi dimwit (bom January


^^ft^lj of Ghent
ftUui,
ia

3>

1868).
el

professor in

the

aeill ement i nitialed

imEnemori the name of Scand ainee time

the author of

THlei

Munumenli

flRure'i J-

^, Myn^ts. it Mlthn Utfo volumes).


work Cumont'a other work is
tbe translated the

Thonoas

Katm

cCcHuuGif

into English as

The MjsJcrlw of
diuis 1*

RoBon

la

the heaven of the Greeks and Caelum


Ibe Vedic

^^^_^^
s&P

La

RcHgloui Orkntatcs
is

Romans. Bath these derive from


(Pagefflof Hi boolf).

term

Koilas.

[^_^

RomtJn. ita English translation

Orienud Rek^iooi

^^'
to,
^^'

Open Court Publishing (kjmpany.

19U. Utfidon

^^^
!J^ *
ai

tVetich,

Tmbner &
whi

TTic fTijloD

kJHWD ai Thetwlia

is

tht Sanskrit

wr^

-[ViHSfciT"

^^le

Co.). Cumont describe* Christianity was only one of

Hi

'"^'^l^Cr^^^byE.
1^*7. Ibid

^wocke.

"

'

291 i muiiflrDUf

irmy

t^jj
of foretgn niltgtons itmyKlInn far PeconUtLw
(of the
1k

1966^"^^^

iS^i '*"*

fuffirienl to (ntms Ll^

^,ntnl*

^^

supported hy our lofty wnvicUon


'

Uniweraily of Wiseottslr,i introduction U) the book OrlHiial Rdlgldns observes ihm " '"'e*** abJs to of tb |j-Chriatian pagan faith in Rome

Onmt Shcwerman

^ ^rf*

^^ "

^^'*'h'D

^ofP^

^'trtXl^ ^

having ^tabliahed Tlomo. then, far from (Pageft) th^Orient in this respect.
'

owr

iind

even to contest the ground wjth


sfltistacljon first,
finally,

i^ii J!!J*

ChristtHnity
ant)

(wT^
pas^^^*

QiiWlB*^

th^J

gave grtwter

to thfi senses
all

BindJy to the InUlUgence,

and above

lo the

(wis(aa,j,'

"'^^/ works
K
wfi

gone..'fe ^linuid feel this loss lea? keenly Grk and Latin mythographera on
of

(TVy

hfidl

hoary

trflditlans

and bssia of science and

(>***^.7

culture, Uid,

fine ceremoniBl. the excil^ient attendant on their mysterits, llsi* iheJr cultivation of the tn^ deities with hearts of compassion,

and their promises of purincglita bondn Ihetr appeal to conscience, took from itaoppwuu, vid TTwana in a future life. .. dbrigiiaiuty
their

Eusebius and Poflaa on the MysFteriea \ century by i^Mew""^*^ '*' Ini^l ir tSmiwht devoid of Interat or thoyght toold ia*! 'fl"'!h^'' 7orta vre Middle Ages, and lhi?y are nol IMy il the de^-out
***^

^^^

divinities

^^

"-^^

volumlnoua book published

*"

i>

J'^'*"'';

L, Ml

o( paeffliisffl-..

raer*

* /"^

<" "^^

own weapons and used them; the / were transferred to ih$ new region
In fise preface

better dements of

paiinisin
I

Cumont observes 'Without

a dtHibt wrl^n

church were based on pagan m:A^ ceremotiies and holidays of the Christmas was placed on the 25h Dwemlxi, In the 4th century Wrth of the sun {MBtiJii that daw was ee^ebrat^d the
because on Invidi)/'

rCto^He

Hm,k

historic tradiUoc.

pamcutoriy f.Wl

On pase 2 Cumont
in

Orient. rtsmarks "Jt is In the

esp^

IhBM countries

of

'

old civilization' thai

we must

logH for

md^

ChriiUiQ Kldtcult

of Eiirlicr Vdfc TVaditton of Christianity in

and

and artistic pnrfuctioM. riches, for technical ability


.

T^ *n..,^ce
iainirtiwi of
Bl!

Zumpe

led to th*

^stem^

es for intelU giee and science

udWl
tbe originators were mostly Ori^tals.

Vedic ntes and rKom evidence concerning ancient Christian autho^ ibove. To add insult to injury nw-mnveri
poaring ridicule

The gmat astT^nomer*. mftlhematicians or defends.^ of the great

""-^

P^f'lf"!;^

on pre -Christian

traditions.

Thus

Jiivenai

Ptolemy and PloUnus

^^"^^^^^J.^,,

^^^^^,

NecTonicy Nlaatthe mortifications of the devolves of Isis; ^n Ws n of the Magi, and

^!n pirodies

Porphyry and lemhiichus. ^rians,

^.^J'^^'^j^o.^i the spin branch^ of !c*niInH were affected by AU ^^ ^^

Di^oHdM

the interminable purifications

* Miii,ft,pWli

Apulalu*

relates

of an the various scenes

^Bd
y^
^

[tito

the mysteries of Isi^,

Even

Trtiulse in itie

on th

-....Lelten aa weU
Oiienuli. ...Thosi'

as

science

were

'^'^^^^'^'^,^^^^

jh?
.

puP*
jilrti'*"

men

of letters that were "^^.^

.pj

r,pKnl*liv

of the Creek Ji^rit.

dnd*-rtheemp'r*

^J^CoMcss Ucian descrilMs his visit !^Ie*fl Ws convGfMtion with the

J^iertipoiis to the temple of

auperflc^i^priests only

^^^^^^^
[
.

vitbwii exception to Not even th ImpoTtanl

^b

Minor, Syria or
ttS-Mroveritu

^-^^
^^aP
O^il* *

m^
**

of

r^

ihe Sanipkrit

term Maha-YBg
li

i..

g^

fire

worslilprof Hari l.^

SierapoUa

Sanslcrit

Horipur aHaa.

city

K^^^iiiio"**

CD* Vogue end

l>uthoil.

L'

ArdiUcciure

301

m
ona EcTt>P

^u-a to

be oautioua even of Western motivei, ovrt

a.nsU,-.^to^ have blundered

Jn

f,^^
put

'P

from

gtich

ddractors end djstortefa of Vedic fMlndu>

^^p ^jg^ oth?r Western acholars who have ri^t^y


"--j^^ oniversaUty of Vedic cuJture.
' *

^.iliiai^M'*

One

such, Count

worW from limes immemorial. tbe Mfit


Here

jiidH
piPfflstien^a^^

hservea-

"^^ station

on earth con vie with the Hindus

flomt^

more insUnces of W?tmi blimden,

g^
In

Monier-V-'Jltiarns

eijdttn^i tbe
'^

who has coFnpOed a Sanskrit- English lexicon, hi, term (5^^) " 'K^chfd ek i.e.^ ^any one' to iri
'

^*^

Air*^

^p

of their rdi^on. II ia there Ci,eJn ^^^ antiquity thfl cradle of the Brahmin n,u5t seek not only for

for t^a

cr*^^

**^

^^*' avilitatiofi of the Hindus, which

the

name

of a vfflage in

Mababharat Umea.

^ir^isended

ll^if i"

^^ ^^^
to China

to Ethiopia, to Egypt, to

Hf

arrived sL

iWs atsurtl es^lflnalion because of his mcompiE^^

in

the eest lo

Sam.

and to Japan,

in the

South

ejfpressed in the Kaurm understanding of an offer by Lord Krishna be^f of the Pandavas. ojurt

^^
Vedfc

to

^d^and

to

Java and to Sumatra, in the north to P^r^. to Colchis whence it <ame to Greece and to Borne and

the rtanote illEnith to

abode of the Hyperboreans.

^"^

Tlserein

lari Krishna's offer

wss *'Cede

to the Pmda^B

Indnprwthfl, Vrikflprastha, Jayant, Varenavrat and any other frfUi

Cosmogony

Is

Uiavmally ReloW

dly Cor region)

"
rerfiKlng ihet that
'

Ttartbste^ of
itood for
itir

term *Kanchid-ek' t^fi^


"

VedIc tulttire is the. Wb bave pointed out elsewhere that since worid^ the Bible, the Koran lacimtmost and it penaded the whole
mdfiveiy olha- scripture
the

iny ^tber

Mooier Williams presumed that


a

any

otber'
wlikJi

and every sect and community baa repeated

WB5 the name

ffT

dty Cor region)


'I

This

i&

an error

scriptures. rtay of the creation a3 revealed in the Vedic


The Greeks, for instance,

even t sdioQlbciy

woddn

normailj'

commit.

" derived
'

their

cosmogony from the

British
llic

Benarti
pointfld

miwtonai^, U.A. Sherring has. Jn his book tliW SKml Oty of (lie Hindu!* (introduction. PaseXXIl
'

gives apparent from the account wliich Damascius <*f thtdKtrineof under In the beginning Kronos (Sun)
fliridiij

Is

Orpheus as

out a similar error in the understanding of simplf Sansfcrfi Praff hy mtAher European 4cbQlar. Siemng points out that as ^"* Wilson werywben? puts erroneously'^ the term Kasirs)
'

^
^^

of

chaos created OeLber (day)

'firwbeads

he and Erbos (night). Therein Jth (Brahmand) from which came Fhanes furnished Uhe Hindu Vedic Trinity, viz, Brahma-VishnuMabesh),

KasJ. Artualiy

Kasiraj

ngnifies the niler of the Kflst


ia

Idnadtfft

^^^'^ crated the


flee i^

man and

the

woman

from

whom

the

human

but what

mwn

KB

uUm Wna of

erroneously believed
(holy) atis.

* that the term

Hindu The cosmogony of Egyptians also adopted the '^ 'W^tieh, divided into two, formed the heaven and the earth,
derived.

CoosideTina inch bftances any [mplicll oT Wwiem Bchtdinhip >wma

faj'th

in the in
-

^^.

Thff

unwsmanted,

ThMgony

of the Hindus, by Count Bianwtt"'

oti^iidd*vou,i^
^^

^^

" !

numeroug inaLancea of Western missi'*'**^*


IN'bU.hing >nd circulating in Eart>pe

^^

timdiaj

A a Seen and

Known by

Forelpif".

"^Wfl"lejf.

*^' ^ V^ ^ ^^ Mriptur^

-F^'^
"'^

Swwihyaya.MandoL KUJa

Pflfdl

(Dmct:

SurnL) ISW.

^ ***S*

.d denigr-^"-

aoa

w?

1^

pgct of

^^
ijj^
(f

the ob$rvati<,n or couni i, Bi,i^,, thEt ^e reUgion of the w* *lso rtwUert %ptiy,j^^'
IrdJi.

.ppt rm

"
IW f
df

*"

^^
wntf

phy of

phnosophy the fllndut were far 1^ adv of Grteca and Rome, who conaidered tha Immortality

j,rtd

frtin.

his lart obuinwl


lD[f ibo

w* find > c^mogony

clue
ei^d

from whence Mo^eg mu,^


also hi? relipoug

^^f^giid

problematical , ... the Egyptians derived their reJiflon phUosophy from the Hlndvis and the Greek phflqeoph^

p,^

^'^^

gy^t^

Vedia. wis consLnicted

upon monotheiaUc prindple,

^^

^
^j,

BB^t sod

Kowa

Hrpcfli

Vedk Cosm&EOU*

^fl^^t^ Tine* between


far

almost wholly to the Hindu phOoMphy,,.tbi (them) to too cbse to b aoddenUl. The
isncbers end

moi* Advanced must have been the

discipiea Greeks the aiHl

Tta Kflmogony wlilch ihe Muslims imd ChdBliBna toTlQ* iitji, Bud^isl whfls BuddWst cosmogony I3 ttindu which seys "Intbi ^^intilne liif rtb was urihabited- at which ihae the Inhsbliaij
of

tfcrtdUtcraWre
Hfr,

IbcoloBj also of Hindu Origto

WhD-

Biown observes

*"^

careftd

examlnaUcm
la

the of

Hwvai

or Bhuvwifi used to visit the eaith.

Thes^ glorious
purity cf thtHr

being)
spirit.

Qjiprejudiced
tin literfllure

mind cannot but admit that Hindu

the

pmmt

HjnsiflUng oT mefl

wid

womai through the


any sensual deaireSn

and theology of the worid,..Ma>[muellar, JscoUkslt,

W
I
In

M^'cr j*t cherished

when

Adi- Buddha (Us


4f

Sr WIlLUm Jonea

and others have

foiind in the andefit racorda


h

Supronp God) infused Into them the desire u> take the fnut

tM

retRnbUng the slmond which excited the sensual tspp^Ht


ind

irfMs. the atrongat proofs that t^ienoe were drawn many or whJcb later theolf^'ans have mtrly aD tbe favourite dogmss
BdErpttfl

tbn and they afVerwarda disdained lo return to HhuvftM

the ancient
that might

Hindu 3 were,

^a

people enfoying a measure


. .

tbiii

Wauw Ibe
wWch

pamilfl of the

human

race. Thai ihls


tlieir

Is

iHe sourt*

irf

inspiration

be ^vied by more pretentEaus nations

, .

" "^

ftan
of

the BEble

and the Koran deriv^

common
It
tir

a^sUm

cQiinoBWTj. there can

scarody be any doubt.

thus dew
tifa

ilt ffvffv

syitem of

cosmogony whether ancient or iriodem

About ths antiquity of


Conl noted
^al]

Hinduism

alias

Vedic cultui^,

Br Jamei

itioriiJnUilheHliidafl.""

",HBome Westerners have


self -governed....
'*

not yet been awire thai

the nations In

In

U [Ud

of

^'ns

vr^
J

mmphjsics. Count Biomstiema


a!]

observes

^w i^i was
TV

the world, the Hindus were the most andent

the fundanientaJ ideas - .AhtiBTncripl^ofPftntbeiam. SpEnogism andof Hejieliwi^'


.

the Hindus

these vsH

Calcutta

Rni^
happy

of December

Iflfil

A.D. pemarked

"Wa

J^iot doubt thai there

was a time when the Hindu race ww


in

sptendld

j;^^J^ the unjvePM;

of the etenml spirit de5fldJ

Uh teJl!,

'*^
^Wriii

^'^
(QimT

and arms,

'P^^'^'i IJfe
tfift.

of mankind, of the
^, ^t,^^

^tum

government, wise

in legtslatlon and

UitarZ*^

^^*y^ ^^^
?iV **
"^

dt^

^^^

oiigtn.
this

^ ^ tl*

*^'**'^'^' '^^t the Hindus were in former times a


P*oP^e

Ur,

^j

j^^b.

All

H"^

iiftirr'*^ ' ndjan

every reason to believe. The Iiboun loom have been universally celebrated, has been

we have

^emoHally by

tha Hindus.

We

are also told by

*'iQ.

Jr?Sf ? ** '''"''". ^*
i^

^ 'Jhh

ty Cnunl Blomrtlftma^

&nd

Known by

FortJ*"*'*'
*

oMilt (tndro) Aa SMn nd Known by rDr#{i[n-

KAT.COM,

im

304

rn

w^re miuphysic*] wisdom ih*>

certoinlj^ emfnttit; in ^^1,1

Ifld

aid Hi

m^hprnoiics they were equally


cost* unknown.
th09<

weU-vmod.

'n.ij, ,^

7"^

n
pop^^"

irt^handii* to

who

dis^aled

fim th^,^^
Lbair
b^i

^^T
Dec*"**

^^^^ 60 por cent wer* Hindua. md VcteH[i"J'' *''^^ non -Hindus. TliaL is, howevw. noi lru 50 ptrt- cent times there was no other faith ewept Vdlc.
fljictent

awlr.

tMr

mouons. end marlt^Hl und called lht. by


has

HU^dusUn

fram th^

carllesi fti^es

bwn

turnn
ftW**^

c^lebniied

tio

llf^*

^^^^"^

onclent society was divided between severs!


rnistflken.

favoured countries thf mo*l highly


tn

on the

jflgbe

And

aa
*'

Uw

gf nature and an. ' choicest prodndlon both

^^^ ato^^

^^^

Hinduism are

ThMi

cults

were

all

part*

f,lio Hindi.m.
(i^ng

realizing the oranlpresaice of the 1 Frsich savpnt

India

The Cridk of Humaniiy


I

^ff

^j^^vilizflt ion

remarked

'

The influence of that civiliiatLon

observed *'If i^wj is The eminent French writer, Crulsw firstly claim the honour of havit^ oounti^ on earth which cm race or at least the scene <if primliw* the crtdle of tbe buman

^*'kid oat

|
"'rid

avfliiaUcn, the successive

developments of which were

carried

thousands of years ago in India, is raund and abo^it It pervades every comer of the dvillMd dav of our Uvea. and you find It there ea in Europe, the Co tn America civiliTEation, which came originaUy from the bnks
of that

\ia

JifluKkCe

of knowledge v\^\ 11 larts of the wicfent world.... the blesgintp


li the

afthGflngea/''
I

second

life

of

man,

tbat country is India.

""

Ancrtlw thinker Victor

pMlosopWcsl monuments of
troths

Cou^m similarly India we discover

observes,

'h

ihi

so

many

truUi* loi

rtiulU at

l^i profound, making a contrast with the meanness of ihatwi which European genius has sometimes slopped,

Hindu of October 1872 observes : " The Edingbur^h Review valuable remains and ancient nation of which we have ti lbs most none in reTinement and dvilir^ation Thogli hst been surpassed by arrived prtceded pitch of refinement to which it ever
-

TV

th4
in

utmost

time the

dawn

of civilization in
.

any other nation of which we


extended

tr constrained lo

bend the knee before that of the

Eiist wid

we

tn ihia

cradle of the

human

race the native land of the

H^^

are bveeven the name i^ history the fu rther other inqui ries opens to ^m, \ha vaat and stupendous is the scene which

more

phOcftopby-

" "

lit,"

Ktfldulim
ti if

A World

Falih

NwJ hr Werid VedIc Admlni^lrailon


rightly 8*aml Vivekonanda, a well-known Vedic scholar once "^ked "My idea is the conquest of tii^ whole world by the

of huiuBnl^ noi generally realized that from the beginning

upto ibe riw of ChrisUanlty every

human

being was o

Ji"i

^^

1 foIlEnw of Vedic culture. Thia gets obliquely *<^'^''^ numcRMt dUttone given above and n Greek writer Ctcs^BS s
i

^h
^

HLidu race.

' '

"

'iht ih Hindus were aa numerous as

all

the

^ other nm^

"^

uncoMKy a veo- significant expreaslon of far-reaching. iMUon. We have almidy explained elsei^'here that Hinduism
is

mi

P^

17. BtBrst (India)

At

Sn

und

Known by

Foreignff*'
tlai
"'

I ''

I^* S- Hindu,

^"t

Kt Seen And Known by FoWwnM JiMiianl. Baffibw. Life-Une of India, t^


tb5d[fll

^fSi,

ton

boutd sdopt
jpt

)iw-

fuinijnii

spc*^ ^tlook on Ufa ^'^o Uvj' should oome to i^al everybody's iKe rruitJon w only be possible Jf the woHd h admtntrt^ This cfldd
HidduBim
is

bave taught the King to give up worldly rict^ y*^ t)^ ^ jjf^ (That ia what the Bxiddha. and Bhartriharl itn^^ ^"a^* Harshawardhan did). You have Uught ihe bera
India

"^

(fid

A*^
'"

to the

(vanquished) enemy on the


agaiii

field

of battle
fault

was from the beginning of Ut^^ onder Hindu ^^ Vivekanand^s remark unwituj^j Mehabharal war. Swaml th* ^^^^ ^^^ *^^ ^"^^ ^'^^^Btit ^^ noBUteiaUy f'^^ ^^^^ worid pomyfict. govem
principles, ts
it

to

lb**

^VtBndu
^**^^^j^

warriors have time and


MualiiTi

don to a

(tbM

invadera).

You have preached


(that
la

the

i^5t ^i^^grcffLed work and aerv^ca


"*"***

the central

mess^e

in

^^

ted Bhaae^B*^

^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^i


'

the householder

d his borne

a spiritual democracy in which each indiv(duri i, to be anything from a devout tbeist m i ifTcnied ruM freedom in between. Every indivtaua! ia fht determined atiieist or being
Hiftduism
is

^^''^rt^fleea

and include in it neighbours, friends. ralaUveg. bsve taught the the poor and the needy. Yoo
in the

^^fClf^'ti^t
-n^
are Indeed

enjoyment of

life.

to choose his

own

pitaphet and

mode

of worship. The only

the specialities of Vedic cuHiiie

Under

ft

n^gitivf

thai he must not imnins^ <fi arpectation from every Hindu is impose any special moda mybody s spiritual freedom and must not person. That is why ortbodM or prayer on an unwilling
of woratBp

himself aa an instrument of God, a servant has to regard world and not as an arrogant. self-tndulgKit 'f'^^rest of the
^;^tfltive tyrant.

Hindiiism

Jiaa

never favoiired forcible conversions. But Iheseiktfs

SiRiiJfkacK:*

of the VeiSic Flajt

when
tiiflt

Chriatians and

Muslims are overtly snd covertly


tempting people
it

undenniaijii

rule and coercing or

to join their rqjrewivt


politicaUy necewaTf

Those ideals of
in ihe

Hinduism

alias

Vedic culture are

My epltomlwd

and Bupprasive ranks Hinduism finda

Vedic flag, its colour is

Mffron or onmge. Flags of the

the toIs and asaerijva in countering that thresi to usher be reconvert peofJfl of spiritual freedom throughout the world and

nm

flutter from every temple-pinnacle. Th^ aJso Hindu monks too i^eaf fran poyal camps and Hindu places. And virtues of sanctity. ippErel of the same colour. That shows how the

imt

colour nutter

to

Hinduism.
Despite beitig threatened

Hid renunciation

protection and service to the needy and

of the

and undermined on

all

slde^ Klndui^

*efck

sr^

prince to pauper, impressed on the Hindu mind from coercive orange flag does not stand for oggrandiiement but enjoyment, dissipation and
vfctorfes

wm

ifiumph

11

what

its

incarnations and hoiy


te?i iHf

men have
culture

prophM'";

ThE Hindu, Vedic


fjcploitat{on,
uiher the rule

Lord Krishna ha
HaUjPflJly,

aid
it

7^=tm-.i

"This

is

^^^:,

*^"^"'^''\'Vfft Choi^ observed Ihrt Hnduism "^is not soch a weak ^^ ihinj to b eaany stamped ouL"'* because it is so firmly
in

because

is

divine.

The

late yogi

of purity,

protection and service.


thai
tradition

No

other

to

"^

^tie

*(jrld

represenU

end

those

sdeals.

minions af bosoms.
poet,

DetcnTiinK thaL aplritua] apectahty of India the late ItvindfSftEth ThakuT (Hahindranath T^ore) observed
yiiur poverty, miiery

^
''^

and wretqhHlness.

Clndl6> love you

to lealmijly should be the eamesl duty of everybody "J^"''"^" find uphold the dignity, security and majesty of J?^ ^^^i Hinduism there wiU be no sr^rttuality and no freedom lift. i^* will be taken bv naked lust for self-W^'^^'*"'^;'
Tl^refore
it

^ ^^1.
ijp

tyi^y. enslavement and luxunes- For both

Cbristumiiy

U^

I*

U,

lUtf.

Ki^

SfinT-

90A

309
IsUtn Sluwr^'
rt^Jiii'>T""

^d

^*

"" lffl|Mrtant hrencli of


finisti

oomjn^^
tlift

of t^5 TJtnTahfldi. tt fau been the Bolact pa that


''^^
f,

t(ieU in^J

ire bound to vf* i^


lefl.

othen

the Muslims wni uoi g^j^ ^^^^ by Ibo struKHltf for the bcvn mnply dt-monntmUNj G^pha^'* *^ MiJflt'ni throne in tho world.

vYvn thn* ^ "o Kvs]

|Jl>

*'"*

Iter

WW^

^^ "*
"'

W' "^r^gpulflbly

in hia History of British Ind] 'Tbe ton observes entitled to rank among the mo?t uidait

jttnut the antiquity of the


.jbst^rvoa; oilUifT MJWfmuolliir

Vedna and cwiflequonUy of y^. "In the n^ved w* shall hu^


ihp mscripttons of
in c)dsten(.../'J

'^**^5i

[^

among those moat early md mott veil j^P^, BS PyramidB looked down upon the Valley ''"^ S'^ ^^^
bi Greece end
.

fff^ttLv"^
^f ibt

Italy,

theae cradles of

modem

ua more

1
Lhfl

)^^

antkiuily ihim in aU
is

NB^'^'

KtowBh...,the Vedfl

ibe oldest book

g^^

j^^p

ten ants of tbe wildemegs, bidii waa

About
Bcripture*.

anlfquily and. historical importance of arcitnt Sinskih Masmuellor remflrica that the "historical rwordi
iti

^
^^^of

VVeber points out


as re of India

"

We are fuBy

justified in regirdlng

the

most andent

literature, of

which written
*'

(of

thv Hindus) extend

some reapecla so

far beyond

bII

recjrdi

scale have bsi handed an e^rtensive

down tons.

And hove b?n jircserved to b in such petft and such legist documenta. that wc can leflm from them lessons which we tm

Dr tjrs

\nm
ncrtM

nowhere

elsp and supply misalni! linka.


in
:

"^

S
,

^,te of

woman, who was Annie Bewnt, an English India 'a stniggle for freedom frmn Indian leaders during
In

d^

r^e

About the importflnce of the Vedas


'
'

porticulflr MnimuEllii

^udy of some
OTriii. I

20th mtury. aid the esrly year^ of the ^reat reUgion. of forty years and more of the
"0"^*
''^

^Mt^

the Veda has a two fold Interest

it

bekinga to the WslDiy


In the histo^ of
in
ll

Ha

fifi'l

perfect,

none so scienunc.

Tion& so

or the world and to the hiaiory of India.

p^ll^Jphfc.
Ifae

and none

spErituaJ as the great relli^on taiown


it

by
will

world th* Vifdns


timgujup? <i3uld

fill

pp

which no literary work


lis

my
vft

tfbr

nuns or Hinduism,
n. the

The more you know

the more you

nil.

csnriea

buck to timw of which

)m

]m

no ncorda anywhere..."*"
*'

deeply yoy more you try to understand it. the more has no will vtliie it. Make no mistake without Hinduism, India rooLs sm stnick. futut* Hirduism la tbe sod into which India's

About the divine origin of Vedic

civil iTation,

the wclikiw^
be
ilenfci

GerrnM
ire

philosoiitwr Augiiiitii* Schk-^el notflS

:" II cannot
AU

out md torn of that she wili Inevitably wither, as a tree torn itm Ita plaM. Many art the religions and many are the rsccs
flcwriihlnu fn
tl**!)

thnL thrfldylndiani possessed iiknowledtje of God,

their wrilirj^
sevffly

India, past,

but none of them stretches back

into the far

f^rte

with wntSments and exijressions. noble, dear^


in
'

of her

gnnd, aa dwpty conceived


hitve

any Immun language


**

In

wmco

luLbi.

endurance bs nor are they necessary for her would Everyone might psss away as they came and India

ipoken of thetr God.

'

^^ remain. But let Hindtiism vanish and what ia she ? A geographira'


bas
also

AiwtbBT

Gifnun

thinker.

Schopenhnur
ia

^"^^
,^^

y^\oa"

rtmafkftj Lhdi

"In thr whole world there

bene no study so

dim memory of a perished written ^'^y"*. ber 4Tt, her monuments, all have Hindudom ^^'tbttn. And if Hindus do not maintain Hinduism, who shall who ^ ^^ If [ndia> own children do not ding to her faith,
of the past, a
(3) P |l| '*! V I
.pL

^ory. ber

<a>

21, Itrim

What
tfa.

II

am T*Mh Ui
Indlani

42AJ Wit4nn of

Andi

^P*^^h"i'' Introducrlun. *w HJitojy or indiBfi Uiersturfl, imZ.

ni
310
riigU (pjflrd

n?

India alone

cm

save India, and India

md
of

Ui

Those

arie

memofoble words. The *^mmitment

^
^

4nd Iwdtrs. not only of IndSa but of ihe whale world, jbojjt Because Tndia and Hinduijn, to wvfi and prewrve Hinduism. IPw pwrentB of lb* world. Without India and Hindnbm tb^

orphanage. The world of the world wiD be but a ctiaotir cwi ^^^ and the Koran biit wtibtmt *flord to live without the Bibl* i^
the Ramayan. MahabJar^i^ Veda*. th Upanisbads, the Pursns, Sanskrit langui^e bumjnltj and the Bhagawad Geela, Yoga ^^
will

MANU

SMRITI

be without

its

soul and spiritu^ life-line.


arnriti is a
jj^fol],r"rrom

code of conduct

laid ocit for

all

human banp

the time of creation.


[5

Thit code
ri

fundamenlel

consiiuite a body based on the Vedas. I^e Vedas cwfeired by knowledge concerning the <^mos.

di^ifliiy

beginning of the creation. QH mankind at the

U)

TTw tendency
the

ofWegtetn and WesiemiMd scholflrs. Stffl B,C. and 40Q Mflnu Smriti somewhere between

iherefort,

A.iy, li

depilorable.

Modem Western scholars are sJEiufLcance of the word SmritiAll

also

hard put U>

eJtplain

the

has numeroui concerned should realiw that the term Smriti

wmolaLlons.
It

lin[^e$ a

'

remembrance' that
It

this ereiUon

is

austiined and
adniftnitionary

P^Tisd

by

divinity.

also
Is

implies

another

'remembrance^ that there


coii&.

no escape from the

rulea laid

down
every

The word Smriti also implies the ivpiminif "Let J"^^ ^^^^ beiny i^m ember that any lapse from the norm Uld -lown
^^

code,
qrtrle
t

will

meet with due r^ribulion

tlmf at th*j proper

I ^^ JJ*^

of

];re '.

J3

a co^j^

Menu StnnU Another implication of the term ^^^^ ^gj. g^^, tiood. 10 guide hurwm
ItJrlf.
its.

(37) laavf^irquDtaiJcn. Hlndua. Lirf-Une c^

^"^l^^

,yG.U.^^
^^

3mriU

ift

a cade a old as the croaiion

313
vajlBt)][>'^iilon havf kept changing in ianguai^and lonp accord to Ihp speciol conditions of every a^. just as l*)(t,
bf^jjo

H ^
-

B*Ogn)ph>' and mBthemal.lcs keep cliari^ng with every bi though their subject -matter rmiainj consUnt.

^'^'

The Manu Smrftf


or 1695.

BVaifebTc to us has 12 chapter?


,

2684 stanzas. In some edilEons howevcf

cmnuH the stanzas number T^

^E ANCIENT SANSKRIT
f jg

ATLAS
bumanhy *9

One of these

editions

is

printed

In

IflTT.

Another

Is

of igp*
i\

^50

available to Indicate that

third bfls Ku3akbhatt*'s

commpntBry. The

addittonel |Q or
its

^
^^^''Il!i

and with the Ved&s wBfl inherited has been Vedic,

srttitizas

found

In

some

copies

meke no

difference to

import,

Its flrtt chapter describes the functioning of the coscmtra

iviitjfj^

a specinKl tfrne-cycle as divided into pre -determined aeons md sub' eras* and the four classes of
to their

itwKril

All"

human

beings created acctMtlnj


lays
,

inbom

propensities.

The second chapter


rituals-

dewn tk

J^^
^thb
tfUatloiis

the Bjpejitmost atlas of


geographers

world

wi*n

be seen

to be

all

Sanskrit.
deal

making a more exhaustive study may

rules for the nurture and! training of the adolescent child The tWnl
chflpter

theme la
of the

more detaih Here we propose to give only brwd

^e^a with weddings and obsequial

The fourth chapiw

dirwtion of

r^a^ch,
city has

the duti^ of the house- holder end his diei and describe topttj of proper 21 types of belK The fifth chapter continues the chapter deals with diet and discusses feminine life. The sixth
lays

down

n may be that a region


uiiiH
lit

or a
Its

borne several sliemative

difTerent

times of

chequered history. In luch a case

cffltQlUKnBmes
optfled try

may seem

VanapreslM and Sannyssa


monarchifll duties.

Ufe of deUchnrient and dw^a pr^cribed for the superannuated. The seventh chapter
i.e.

renuncfBlHin
with
Tj

some twists of

b*non- Sanskrit modem adaptations history. There the anclentmosft names


to

ihcde [^Bces

would be found to be classic Sanskrit.

with lapses,

The eighth chspler. which crimes and chaatisement. The ninth

it^i is the lonsesi,

chapler deals |ri^


Is

lotiiiht

Centre
be

fticcession to property -rights.

The tenth chapter

concenied

^
'I

mBy

noted here at the outset that


east',

terms

like
all

'

far east

'

uncribadox marital relations. The with thr P^V^^ aid its atonement. The 12th chapter deals describes re t*niiides of mm, pays tribute to the Vedas and
rcsultJJiA

discusses eleventh chapter

***'. 'tniddle

'weat\

'far west', have

beai cEwned

J^ralitioft to

tndla as

the centre of a spherical world.

The

^ll^il
in

Date^Une follows that ancient demarcation. This

fT^m

sin.

ort!!^^^^ 'ri India.

""'^"^ several that the world Vedic civiliiation had

,^J*"

Sages and aeers of this civfliaatlon fanned cut

'^e world. sr^^"!? ^ ^fct. Even so it is a

^ ^^^

That could have been a mere ddent


fact of history

which

is

to be reckoned

Ut

^"*^ begin

Qu, aample- survey from the far east. Australia

con

tlfi

^14

hence the
ifltl

neme

Shibireeya alias

Sibet^

p^^tMng ground for ifesj^^^ the producing or b,u. U v^ Farnayona end Mahabharat wars. In ibe tfis,>s used

^'^^

u.^.ifl is tlie
....

Since

Re^s- ^^^ *^^


erf

**^

^^* Kamaytinic wsr and Kri,hai .

Buidina spirit

the

Mahabbaml war am d^rftd

x:z:^
^^viel'

Sanskrit word

Rushes

'

aignlfyina

^n^?;

Is

fhe Smakiit tertn "Svel* meaning 'whliq'


sno*'-

y^^^^^
visits
il 19

aiH^t

are repeatedly mentioned in those i^q.^ imd spflcwrtifi Lhe elil* of the TVrt^ and Dwapar (fln^j
thai

land
'^

of

Momow

(city
\.

and

mer)

is

''

^-

woi-d of ibe SaflEl<nl

Moksha

e. salvaMon wbich

^^^^
,^
ts

of the

^^re more mtUct Kruta Vug)


as

scienUfically advencg^
is

sagesof VetHc

lhe 2nth cenL^O' csMble thsn us of

AD. H

impmper
of

i^
HussTa
IS

iC
^y

cl^s

im^native

bau^

aur perspective

m^^
[an of

?i"ussia

which

Is

Sanskril pra-^usheeya Le.


s

be U3la)ly

inadiyate and mislt^admg in Saseasmg

lhe (unto

the WiiShi

region.

Germany

name

Deuischland

capabilities of

bygone

eras.

V^l'iw^
has beer reduced id a desert
tried out there.
pitdi*;,

signifying

Mlya tand.

an ancient- Sanskni ^speaking

Austria

alias Astrelaya

V^ccornmuniiy

whkh colonl?^

Eu^'ope.

were l^HiuM deveslaling missies


Sued*

ne

Slrails or

Surda

iTdenl

name

m the ^ce they

Padflc to the
find a

north of
in the

mrik

Ttif
t^B

Hutch also derive

Lheii'

name fi^m

the 'DaUya* clan. Th&

menUon

Ibn^^Tx

Bribad^Adit^a i^rminQUon of Sanskrit chan^^a to 'Icb' as is cuirsntly called isMsMp in Lbe Uttflt* Ptadesh region of Tndio
Bkihinb,
Thlj gives
In

tbe elephant s tmnk, Sunda" in SamikriL. signifies

Qicea Sanakriul^ in ancient China oft^ nude ainentlon as CHEEN astrological ccmP^
f ibo Mahab>iarflla.
it
Iii

us a clue to ti-ace the Sansknt

names of
l|J5wich,

places

Eiirape

or elsewhei-e

wbtch end

Icb

such aa

udi

predictive

llMTHiniicja

China

Kbaiia. omcliina mentioned aa the Mooahaik

Romania

Is

the Sanskrit w&itl *Bantaneya'

meaning 'accnk"

*'*ltrBctivfi',

lnd%eiouti. snrfent
'

name
'

of Japan

ts

Nippon

Bansknl name
ShihirecYt

Nipun

'

meanintf

dexteiioua
,.-

%Hb
Si

aini

Assyria aie Sanskrit Suiiya and Asuriya.

The Sniiin region oTRu&sifl. is tbe&nalcril ^^^T^'j^iyisfiW* is IflUaa ShJliirKya) mcntilng ^^f region Of encajnpn^en
-

flit/

climatic
in

m4iUrai of ihE region compel people ibej*

tcmpQiif^ ncimpnvaita,

and return

oLher

^^^

(*

'' dfitlecH 'h' ^''"If*"'!^ because in some ivgions and Wi iitT^ ULLi(ft| Tor lhe Sonskill letter *s\ Sringui^ i'Knlfei H y^ ^^ fQr,,i ,^^'on, Hungary Is just that.

'

?M-

41

tl,us

European regional names ^n aT) be seen that Sanskrit,

^!!75h]vfl

13

the

commander- m -chief of ihe Ga]^, i^^

^""sitly

pef^f*"*^

^"^^ *^

^^^

"^^

''^

townshlpa must

Ausiii*

is

the

S^skril i*nn Ausl.-eeya signifying ^

i^^d

^^ca
.

ought to be pronounced as Amenaa


originally
later.

alisa
.

Amerwaha

Kirts

i.

ni^^ilos^

jg

its alphabetical pronunciation In |]]o#ed bo retaij*


'^ '

mimermn
to

'^Ish wo"^^

pronounced aa *3' came


signifies the
"

be

jnc^ as

Amareeah

Immortal Lonl.

of

iJie

Vdic

I>anLi

communilj^ foiming a pai^ Danea aiv Banus.

Kimtda
CanaiJa

Sft'^er*

itf>d

Noi^^ay.
&vart;fl

known

locally as

Sveiige

bM

Not^'

derives

its

name

from

the

ancient

Vedjc

are^t^tnt ^voi-ds.

^^^ ^^'"^^ signifying the legentbiy hf^hH

jrfrtlar-philosopher

and nuclear scientist Kanaada,

neLhei world alias nortd end ihe

heaven and

h&ll

iBdUn

Ocean

Betgium

IS

lh& Ennstail

compound Belam-ajeyam

oonnoLings

Let U9
of the

jBopiftof unoonquerable sli-engthTkjl^Hfl is the SanskEit


ptcple of hiKh-calibtt
lia^j- alias Rti-uriB

now consider the names of some ocesDS. The vast stretch sea extending from South Amenca to Ayslralia \s knomi
Ocean though India
ia

compound signifying a country sti-enBlh CBaJ gai^yal


derives its

and

sgtb& Indian

comparatively a

v^ Imy counttT^
Indian

tucked-up insignificantly

above that ocean among other land masses.


As against

name fram
in

the Vedic sage

AW

Yet ii5
fteei Ills,

name attaches to that vast sea only because the


unchallengeable supremacy
in in that ffgioTt.

who had

his VedJc

beimitago school

what

is

now

the

VaLEcafl^

cruised in

on?

may notice how.

our own days. Indonesia, Persia and


gulfs and

Anbia are striving

hard to have the neighbouring small

UsembuiTj
meaninK the
wealLh],

Is

the Sanskrit

name Lux-mi
'

Dtr?. alias Lflkshjni)


*^

"&M to be

named after their own countries.

CiiBitel

of Goddess Ijikshmi

(the Vedic i^^^^^^

MmiKrrintan
MediUrranean
is
"

the

Sanskrit

term

C^

^^'

Madhya^Dharane^a
tiftuS.

i.e.

(spheiicalJ Ca sea) in the middle of the

tlw anclen L

name

of

Fi^ce
his

derives fiom sage

Gn^

*** Or ihe

two land masses of Africa and Europe-

the VttUc

umm.
Iht Seine.

who had

^^

school on Vedic hermitage

(^f'ff"* .''^'HedSea'isij tmnslation of the Sanskrit lerm

-JT

^^t

Sagar
ic.

'

referred to in'lhe

Ramayana. a

tnilliwi-year

andent

Uflhm Sihiu
nliifi ti

"^^

t ton-uptlDn of the SanakE-it tei-m R,ibal.'Sthni .ue ^"^^^ iliti-. Engltnd i, 'Anguli.Sihan^ U- ^

i.'

y^
'Krt)

'

Whii* Se^
3lfar'

,g tt,e

"^

|.e.

lem i'^'^} iftheSnnsWlfflTnl*'^'^* tT^slatlon of the SansW sno^botind tt the milky'ocean because biding

'

'

.lift

Uj (k cruel demonir. . turned out

Th* Englhh
pi-fjon, I.

*<ffl|

Tttt

-AUMTlic'

*^he

rompthind Sfmsknl term

A-i

iV^'^Mnff s"^^ ^enllon^ ^U-^


'-atiUc,

W* uncultured

quamlsQme

denvrf

fr^*''*"flulflr

tradition of the descttidanta oT PidssUn all mythobey of Vedic proof that cykufe h

t**" '

^
f,^

CT* -bound Alpg ranifw


frwn Ihe
citn

gi>i

their iijiin

(^p^ .^^^,
their
blu

(^^^

Ui

Bi^"*

^^''^^ '"'"^ ^^*^

beginning of lime.

i^ 'BTull' ^hir. TTw AJp


HHfridiyu lu
iJif^

fact ihflt th^

HlmiOnyss conaUtule
in just

b* Btcommodoted

one pockrt
all

of tho

iitjd

mesn'^e

'

^^^ ^^'^^^^ mountain

Is

a lo<a) iranslallon

58^.

n is

iHp mrnatsyus which dainn?d

ati,UQn

vtJ^ embodJmeiU. flcme und VmiJc niltuw if Lhe apex


5pirt<^UBl

oTP
^j
)i,

piMefiil,

heiifhv,

might

and

it|>osc^.

Cdns^tuently

Vrfit

in EurOjw wag boked upon ly the oncfm mlnituiT cwanurpfirt A!p HimaJflyfl ie- ihe minjatuje HiniB]fli?a. dvaitttim

TtecwJl^ or
*^

CiechoslovaVda

is

these

d^s

pranQUhced as PtbIhl
ancient name wfl$ nan

i^

siwlUt^E

'I^^^' i"^'^"^

^^l-

'**

auri! of timp '^^ ^^^r Himalnya


(it *J)*cUvp
^

was dropped as

reijetitlcms and

city halloaed in Ijyctiah-iw. s

Hindu, Vedie legends.

Atpas

aJJas

Alps

'

cam^

tft

be reUlned as a ncmn

nd

* proper

namp

of the European

snow-bound mouni^n-rnige
niai

i^if^ing a

ycHitiiter

brother of tho BimaIa>'Bs,

BO

many

ntjnfl froffl ^f"^'*


Esji ttidJea.

r^onsn iown$ and people derive their ^^^ "P^^ ^^"^^ ^" Klmes such as West Indies,
dJ&tant

Indochina,

Indonesia,

Indiana, Indianapolis and Red


al!

liru^ay

jitria

in name from Lord Vis^hnu


ji

who

is

a!$o known

Kians indicates that the


lie

name

of India reverberated

around

Hi Uruj^vtJj t"5Ki^

in SansKrit

Klote thrtiugh

the ages because India has been the hub

^d

h*dqi:arters

of ihe worldwide Vedlc civilization,

BeuiKw Pint

Bhuvanes^wari^ tbe cosmic goddess.


Dunub* detivea Its
TtiDfinav^s lived

QkaiDMla>i
Quflturtulfl
E&

name from

the term

Danav

alias Daitya.

and i^ovemed the

r^ons

surrounding that
it

river,

{^auiamfllayi, ibe

cbode of Gautom

whlclt

i*

Iwice the river

acquired the

name Danav.

is

iha^ term which

Sintkrii

nam.

I'lwfig

currently

mis -spelled as DonubfiH

Ii uid aunnll tre

two Africsi munlrie^ named


from Ijjnka
ot the

wfter itw
'

"^Niljf partly retains Its ancient Sanskrit


'

Ncel

GangB

'

Uter the
'

name ?^1 Sersswati name was Abbreviated to Ned which


' ' '

"iSttiuni of Ebvin. toho cscapod

i *fMJ

time of Raa

*" lO be

spelled bs

Nile

dih

ii

Rami

'b

hnnda.

^^

river

Seine in Paris,

was Sindhu, a famous


Isat

Sanskrit name,

f^ich

"^^^

mannerism of dropping the


It

consonant made them

tn^ly,,

Seine.

Botp(ioni

tf^tm ^enves The BospMru?


lynuipiml
I>n^l>i'

its

name from Bhtismasu^


"

^^

unwif^oned in Hindu legends.

A dost

Kialysis of the ancienl


Ji^

Sur-Asur

rivalt^ and

ancient Sanskril sciipiures will be found fitiriUan m^u^ fibovp in explaining numerous topotfraphtca] itmy iHusirttifll flj one more proof of the thfoughoui Lhe world. This Es jfd an^teni

(woi^ed

THE WORLD KEEPS VEDIC TJME

cjiW#klf frw^ of Vedic cullure.

German cuirerwy ^^01"^ clan. of UlB DoHisch L e. Oailyn

^^

^^ "^^^^

^^'^^ ^^ai'k Uie

priaii

the

worldwide tradition of Ume_ meuurmient and The uniform associated with it, is yet another EjnphaLic Sanskrit lemunology
prevalence of a uni form unitary Vedic culture throu ghout
,

nreof of the
[j,6

could lead Lo a reconatrucUon R^esrch fllong these Tinea


tb* nlire nnctent Sansknt
aLlfiS.

world

from time immemorial.

of

The Hindu alias Vedic


jiherts to the

alm^ac
i.e,

is

the ancientmost because

It

Srushti-Samval

the time -computation from the

cr^tion of the

cosmos

Nothing can be more and^tn

IhtSaakalfM

What
time in

la

more^ anybody undertaking wiy Vedic


recall

ntuil it Bny

any part of the world has to

and repeal the enUre

HJinputatiDn of the

aeons* era5. years and days thst have passed


of the creation to the day of the
ritual.

from ihe
I

moment

Thiu

continual,

up-to-date, day -to -day compytstion uttered thrw^h


all

^mm
lti(

of

mouths down the ages, day -in and day -out.


has ensured an anening
tally

over

*'ortd.

of eternal time, A quick

'^ew
'^

of the

cosmic tJme- tally

is

part of the Saoki^pa uttered

Vedic titufll5.

Tlwre

Isr

also

induded another genealogical counterpart

in tha

y^ipn. The penjon undertaking

p>clajm the ritual baa 10 loudly

gnMidfathtf, the ni^ca of his father, grandfather and great aiiclo^ f ^8 family, the name of the patren sage of Ma "^^^ or vaujj^ 1^ ^hlch he is peiforming the ritual and the *^d contmeriL in in the conitJ* that place h k)cat*d

r*

^^

^hich

"

m
,

^
^^e itself ia*co"^ptlm Of the aKiskritwoM
'

fl^umt,

pabUdzod ihn ^are unlv^r^ and more


*fijolnrf (.n

thl,7

'^'Irtjnounced as
thl
ibe

Tamay/

and

\atef

ia

Sinuy

'

Tim./

^^
the

calendar' ilsdf. -Hial

^^-,.toi.nim-ii5)JttiWion

any*,

tindertakjn,

'^.^

tf;r3i^>

irL

*rv

riiu-l

almcflt

ev^d^y

throughout the

y^

,^. t

'^

d^*

Bmely

vWch month ttie day, wk,


woT^ ^^"^^
^^

tha 3ar,sKrtt word signifies a chart detelling the divWom

and yeejj

the context of the lima-aiwcff ,^. indJvidait ' twi masterly, open, public book-kp,ng 'f^=t' ^anymiuni^ lb ipw us In an unbroken tTidl has come down U)
locus sUindi in

Sanskrit 'Krfa-Ka' {t^h-^i h,,

Ume. ^lie^.c^-lndicator of
j,(jv

inton wWch
ih lim*

rr<ini

start

from the

split- second to find


is ail

oat how the

th* Vedfls (i.e.

lbs Knili-

T>a

itd

from the time of creation J ihrou^h rtwapar down to tbt present KaU Yug.
ani

^me

computation around the world

of the Vedlc tf^diuon


is

qMCtditv ihtt hurtianfty

muat

hflve evolved

from monkeya

or Ihu
ru$tiG

60 second.

60 minoifl calculation

Vedic

math^maUa

worid

WM

crated

in

4004 B.C. dr thai the Vedas are


ta

t*iUHi

wmposed bwweeft 13W and 700 B.C.

unhiatorical, to

^,

i^tlulMit.
Peoit^ retrining

'second'

Vedic computation 60 vipiJas make one according to the make one 'ghaU* (i.e. 24 mmutes), The ind 60 'Pfi'as' Itaelf la a malpronunciation of the Sanskrit word

Uw

VedJc tradition are currenlly

EdentTfied

u
The term
hors'
'

Hmdui. And

si/ic*
is,

Vedfc-tTfldlLion

has been a wcrld-heriUge bvhj

hour

'

Is
is

a malpronunciation of the Senakrii wcird

bunun bein^
It li
tjJlj^

in i

wsy, Hindu. In mcdern psrlance.

(which
day
'

made up

of 2

U2

ghalisj
'dlr

th*t Vedic tradition

which bss been keeping a conttnuoya


tJul

1T woni

is

the corrupt form of the Sensteit word

of ilu

ilme-dlmmsfon of the cosmos namely of the thne

hi* Expand

mi ibe period that lies ahead


en

before the next caUclyamk

AH the daya of the week too follow the order


Vdlc tradition
<Hir

laid

down

^
of

fnd of worldly

wherein each day

is

named
For

after the

mcmben

aolsr

system

in a specified order.

Instance. Sunday (iha

Of tb* cuTTHil RaU

6097 years have lapsed. Even of

that

^y named

after the
Es

Sun) follows

Sattirclay fthe day of

Satum).

itr*di of time preaeoiday scholars fcncFW a bare^ dented outline


of hSnttiy
onlj'

Monday twiijch

Moonday)

follows

Sjndey and so on.


this

of the lest about 2000 years.

Of the bdance

SOS?

nttrior
It

Qiey

know

neirt to

nothing.

Tb

world had a
uniiiTf
Jt

whole world couldn

'I

have folkiwed

system wltho^

WM during

slightest egoistic

anywhn-e. had or chauvinistic mtirmur from

liiHt

remote

antiquEt^' that the

cwA

bn

adminiitnlkiD of Kshilriyte trained lo

gDvem

Ihe world

yn^S^r

subject to a

common

Vedic admlnlslrttiod.

U Vedk U
11

sodopoUiicJil system.
'""^

*fter the

week comes the month. The

dunng

that

bng

atretch of universal admin isiratton

iMt

I tailftifin ttn.calcuktiwi

syrtm and u-rminology was introducSO' World tiy tucki 10 it and yet ve.^ f^ seem to be i^*^

^^
l

12 Pirt. (each or v^hlch Is

known

as

ft

^t y^ corr^n^'nj month,
division

of

twelve todiscal signs) Is devised

system aiw by the Vedic

Mnquestio:iingly followed all Civer the world.

Ql

It.

^ "'

,iJ

Kmfiedmes believed

ai^d

argued that the


the world. Thai

^^ fnontha In

some parts of

y^/;^'^ Wwf ^ *"

S9i
,^iindlit(l

'Hw ViKlic year hegm with th* v^^ma]

'"

^ r
^bc^

9u^
^^
^^
^^"^

Lti

1^

i^

^'''

^^

""^'^^

^^^^ bHj)
believing

J
t^.^
f,,

VidEj;

^j.

^^
.-

t)e

January beKioninS of the year ta pcb^ In iht worship. Even the namft Juiuirtoa of Goneah ^'^'" ^^ ^^^ Sanskrit t*nn Cana-raya-eaih'

isWlt^^

Gan^ih. .pg Lo^d


t^ a malpronuircialion of the Sanskrit
spelled
'

l^-Ti"*
*!1

t^

-ninths,

'm.w

^^0 K.V.

bn

^<^^ *

^'*'"'**"'^

compu.mion }mv. hot

*5c*rt^Tii

^^cb

<^n5'3ted CTvwilh tht^i

of Sfij days, to ecaunt

^ ^"as
(j^^Hof""^

the succeeding e or

month Febniary wag

FebniaHus. That

is

October. No.-.mb.r end Decftnb^ , m^ftrt^* St^^bfT.

*^^^!n
In

Prom ihe Sanskrit word "Pilar chsri^ng to' father' pronunciation we know thai European 'f raplaqa
Consequently Tebrtiarlus wag (ms\} Prtvaresh. signifies a sage. So the term Pravarwh
bs the I^rd of th. !i.|5,
tjraii

Ei*r*'l'^

^
"^

Quiskrit

alias

^^t^^nd (i;5WTH>flshambar where


lenn tor tb
JEadi^f

<M3T)
'

arr^bar

'

inheSanakriL

*^''f ^^^

numbers {^}
iiKH'f)

sapte

'

[^)
Slh,

sghu',
9tb and

Cirt sienifled God


rm March
is

jKi

luvi' and

t^?

'dashs.

the

7i.h,

from

(n^J

'

MartchI

"

-one of tho Senskrit


begtnning of bnger
it

lab nuanihs EspecUve\y.


If

Sjcicr that of the Sun.

month marks the

Jnonlbs are r.QV the ftfmiUJiuie ^lehl

easily ideFittfiatte 93
its

of ^"^^llisa a kind

wajdng of the sunlight hours

was named
atan

Suifkrii

(M
i\*'o

it

because History always leaves i-uins in

wal

^
f

ihe Sun.

Another eifplanation
Since
in

Is that Mai-ch si^pufied a

for la-ious reasons.

U
i>r

is lEkt Bfl

old

m^n whose

Leetb b&ve widt

^are^ing orders.

ancient practice the beginning of

wm
Jnuci

rte

rows

well set teeth

oi b is chiUbood do not remain

ihsyegr
March,

opening month was named Mindded vitb that pedod, the

and the denied ae aflrancfS. But the remeining let^Lb hsv? & funu do lead to the COTclusion ibat once the man did

M
lh
(in

scholars to trace the These clues shouid help


tem^s
April,

Vedk
earlier

oriftn of

RttfMib.
Tte same msy be 53jd of the months.
iUl cknriy identtfiBble $$ Sansikiit
liw
ii

May.
Holy

Ji^ne and

Jdy

or h^r
after

&n5lmt

From

the four motiibi


ibai

wbstilutes. It could

be that

May

is

named

May-

i.e.

^"i"

can be safely deduced

Sanskrit), the

Spirit

which coosorted with the GraUir

rcmaimng eiglu montba too

ibad

Sanskrit names.
sLill

loa<eata the

cosmos.
These wuM Augustus from Augustus Caesar. Muslim an concocted by latter-day scholars^
bristle with such concoctions
.

Amonj
en
ft

Lb* other* few


loolf.
is

more can

be

identified a^ SsJiel^l
*''

It

k commonly
Caesar and

believed that the

name

ffo^n July originates

ckwpT

The name Jonuaims


an abbreviaijon. Het^
n^

is it
1^3

the onginfll na^^*-

Julius

wbich January
in Ijlin the

may

be

recalled

itis^

explanations

name

God Canesh came

he spelied a* J^"^''
9^

Christian Histories
HiJinin

By

that token 01 er

Tlvit

God ud

to be worshippftl In

Fome on J^uary

And

BfrToe

Lopd

Hsimk

evei? irsdiLlmdly offered worship at the openini: of

^Hl

tert mwi emperors loo should have had the remaining ambitious? after they less egfflstlc or

themsdves. Were

*Ml

the

^^\ flwWnfti that the month of the festival of Lord Canesh be


m
iht
ibt firil.

TOmmweement

of any period or task

"-he

Rotnfii^

yw

CooKqumliy Uwy amended the treditio"'^ and nck^xMA Ji u lKinnint[ from January 1

^^

^
^

'Hie terra

August*!' * August dnd even the imperial name achot|_w Sage Agastys [WJ^} an ancient seer and Vedic
'

*fta

renown

who was known


personality
'

for his impressive


"

person^
^^^

'^^mi

aM

august pi^nct' -^^^^


is

_
u

'*' That Ag^stya had a world Impact

additional proof

^
^V^^^'^^
_^
t,

-"''

"^^

*" "^^^ *'^

*^^^

>"

dleii''^

^j^mucb

as

'X

is

the symbol T*|giiing

n.i^t

Christ'

*"

Eufflpe
the

"^
in

&in>lfln tcrma

ChnalmM

End Mlchaji^^

^9

ewlAnatfon
^

is

untenable.

We have

^) d
o
diy Le.

IZhv

nnth

whith ceWbnsUon^ eonc*ming Chrfsi Ntfchael la Sanskril Mukul MIoharf "* observed.

(^^

^
fn

a birthday in Bfl^er gignifies does "X' symbQlira Christ. ChristiaJi tradition

alr^dy hoim th*t the ^ropesn ;w^u>, 3lmilar1y

Cwld

'^^msginfi one Christian *f>^ to mention tie wishes


yg^

wriUng

another using tbe symbol Jesua or swear in the ntrne


l/>
'
'

Christ ?

For instance could one write Josua X

to rrrtm

Tteambff 25 snd MichwImBS olso only wlih one

daj,

reading such a letter would conclude tha '^^"oirist? Anybody some secret, misaijiK* unmanliQnEble word.

^^''Trtreswts
EtpigUng the

wrm

'Christrnfls'

with one day

i.e.

December
:

fact the

tenn X'mas
all

ooxild as well

be

writJti as

Y" msa

^, md slM

hi
due

*omrtimi witb a whole week (T>ember 25 lo aij efeurdily because the SanskriL tcrminokgiCB] and mflth?malica(

_ag
be

^d

the Christians cea^ or know. Because if Qirist repi^^ti by the algebricsl $ymboi *X' he oouW as
for

l^rwf Dftwmber
ui

signifies

the cnljre tenlh month, ThU b

be repf*3^"**^

by
is

'V
a

or "Z/
Ignorance about

i!^orldwide preualena the present tgnomnce of the ancient

t:H3 illustration

measure of the world

of Vedic. ;3iii$lmt trsdJttans.

TWi

li

a gfBphie pointer to the


fitjm

enormously long
lost

period

ibat
Itnif

ha ^pd

the lime the

Europeans

touch with

Vdk curigiRi. Their

jfftjeelytiiation

ss Christ ians polled ihem

furtliff

are contwl to swallow unquesUoned Hdait biBttiry, Most people taught at school or college, tt ia only with the help ril ib^ *re tradition that we an unravel and rationally of ftmslcrit and Vedic terms Christmas and * X ' nwsBi^ilmn

i^

from thdr Vedfc roots,

WhaU^er we
io

say in ihi* volume,


loo wciq

T^
vord

ItomBi numeral 10
'

is

written as 'X^ white the Sanskrit


.

ibnt DirisUunB
forcfbl^

Applies equeiUy

Mahoniedans. They

Um way
jtml

mas

signifies a

'

month ^ Therefore the term X mas aJgntfka

from

their Vedic

moorings
the

^
ihe

10th m<with.

"nil brings uj.

toddmtaUy, to Ihe enjdJt* compilers of


dictionaries.

signiH^ Correspondingly the term December also figurt lOti month. Thus X'mas is a brief expreraon in

Oifopd

Wi^uir's

Those
*

dictionaries
blSgsfiiUy
'

explain

tb term

December meaning the lOlh month.


f alias

CSjriilmn ss Oirisl i birthday.

They seem to be
suffix

uMwac
signify

Om vrcD
H*l U

The term Christmas


'^<yith

Cbrisnmas)

mtirt also aignifles the


alias

lA iheir

own SiguAge the

maa

does not

as

symboliang or oommemortiting Christ

(Chrisn).

1 birthdiy

How

then could Christmas

mean Christ's

Wi-lhday?
seen
to

nmx

mes- sl^fied a birthday we should have

ThiJi

tryljody tabfitng birthday* onf Inviting hJs near and dear

^
^^
';

X- maa, Christmas and December are

'^""^'"^
^* ^ "^
i>

from *n^ng, blundering Eurtipefin Christian tradliion deviates mathematical, philological equation to aSMrt th December. X' maa week alias Chriatmaa week
ihovft

RMUa-mfti/
^<iiir mbtala

from
"^

**

^ ^'^^

ibe dictionaj?- makers

make

ejcp^f"'"!* is in
intfl

^^ Chrfgtan

iredjiion hja dinned

^'^^

**' Chriiunu and

J^ber. a to 31, and December ia from the ll ^ 1^* ^ oomiptii of ibe Th Urm Chriaimas is in fa^ a uix=put

St'mfls

m^

synonymous, Eurt.p^

^ ^^i

j?rononi temi Chrisnmaa If^iirmj. Even ia India ChrSsn H

s
T*^'

^m
"^

ver7

K^**'^

'^^'^^

'^ detect

^hm
^^"'^

EnjfliirMl

K^uiity

and pemanflntiy adopt*! March Ved3c tradition


*^ '**''''*
if^

***"

?1. ""

t.^uci<^v

i-^^^,^

^"

Ip^^ ^

Christianity detl\r eljanged "^

f^:;^"'-"'

'^ ^^^, :^
ifl

ye

jw*^

^^Y^T- Day

^ ^^"""^

'^'^^ fStrtapecthTB

Chrisujis,^

^jjiM^^
^iconof^^'*'
pjit,

.j^ations Bi lo
Vedic

wWch

r^.^^ y^ ^^^^
ll^in
Uie Ehg*v^d

G^
m

Chrisn-mas bauge Chrisn hia that Qf aU monlhs Maf^ahr,b

New Year Bay

year or years In Itw dim coincide with Manb 2ft? Ont

di* *^^

lTiM*

j it

from other evidence ig the jrear in v^ determined nbgerved March 25 ai the alronomical Vedic

t k why

in chur^hta ihnoughtHjt ihe ti oormfleinorjilfor

^^iTo ihf cliime of bpHs,

l^p SlroWe df mi^nJKbt (on

DsmW
II

^gpne observed March IS, bs the New Year Dbj


.i*.>.i

^**.^

nn lo \vluch

was the year Cor


i.e.

years) in which the stan of ihe

may

'

pt^ctsf

bHh, awld^s no tin.* of KrishrB-5


has be*n so

pei-son caKed Jpsyj

the vernal equjnox coincided wiLb

esistjed. Christ #vpr

Chriflimas tfnflr^T)

named

in

Vedtc

tradition abo

"il

eni- jle

t,,cm
jtrtsjjra

Ihni

li

ihP lasl

month of

long, dark mi?bLs

and

ihe won!

^^^l\ii;

us I* determine the year upto which Rome before switching on to Vedic lunar year proctice

gignifia dBr]qies5

t^also

aft*r Lord Cbrjsn (Krishna) TNit mwith h* bwrt named

r^
i ih-

importance of lde3 of

tiuw
eftTiage

the MjiJiibhsroL

*ar mded Jn Dw^mber end oft^r its grtst an incarnation and tbe Lord Chrijn emei^ from it a$
oil

^.orabip of

March in Romrn iTaditkm was due Annapooma (i.e. ihfi Goddess the Vedtc Goddeaa

cynotuiT cf
In
Jts

^^'
dey September ranks as
it

start of the year. It waa att*ndd rflilltude of food) at the and wor$lup of iSa and rejoicing and public holiday pandals. That Goddess now itand$

waU^
Goddwa
En

ustefuBy decorat*Kl

our

ottTi

the ninth month

thouffh
Chrtstisnized 63

Anna Perina.
'

Sanskrit nome proclaims

to be the seventh

month. Wlul

fxpiiiiu thit

inamsjy

1
if

Even ibswor^

Ide

'

is

Sanskrit

'

eed

(^3)

meaning worship ^
'

AnW: trtdiUon
Sepieniher iwJd 1 the seventh itionth ofAy

slCl

pronunciatm. retains that original Sanskrit


the term "eed' alias

March

is cuiintd In

iin

evm
erf

in Islamic tradition

'W
rf

sig^jne*

li* firtl month.

And

juituall^ all

firound the ancient worlds


o:i]y tn

a-U>
^

worship,

Ev^

the
'

Roman word
'

'ide"

P^"^"^
eyed
"

aoiH.

in Enijlsnd elc. llie

year began

Maith.

It

was

only
pmrwHcicftl

ahouJd sound as

eed

Its

current pronunciaUon

fnn IT^ AD. iKsl England b tlw Nc Yor Diyby iin act
D^' lued
U) be marcTi 25. 10 the Vftlic to

formally switched on Us J3n\jm'


of Parliament. Earlier
its

111 dlaiortiQn.

Ne^

Year

^Wiiini
iwrtii

lunar cakulation the

New

Ve*''

^^
tlw"

begin tn worldwide trsiiition of considering the year to prevalence Vlanh EL9 per Vedic pracUoe is a clear indication of the
"Hte or

unitary Vedic tdmtniatrtition


"Hiu*

fimn year
la

oa wnfoon

year sompwhei* around Maich 25.

hM

~/J^ ^ ***

lim*

*W

my

gpeciHe aolar dal*. Appait'nUy, therefot*>** EftijUnd brake away Vedic tradition

tW

J^' ^"^

anoenl throughout the world in evai W>d<y throuBhout the world Ume is computed

from the

^*''"

^^y ^*

<"

^^y^^H as. ThBt

Es

why

ETifflsi"'

Vedic sj|3tni apliuaeoond to the year eccor^ng to the with it "TkUinHl abov*. Likewise Ibe terminolo^ associated
the

"^^'UB

to obKTv* that

Sanskrit.

dM*

the

New Year

T)ay.

T^ Europam

day fr" iradiUon of count&tg the hoUfi of tb9

first

"*

s birth bs .ta bes* since Kri^h^e of Krishna *oi-ld snd Krishna , Wnh *'**^^Ltfboat iht-Ji^eni

"^Lp

^ ^"^^^
*1
**J,ififlt
^

^^titan

prt?to-typM of humaidiy. Thwe bummt ^od a calculating range which exUfwlid from
"" tnliiona of

^^^^^ ^fVriUtonth of a
to colossi-

yean

Sych

jymb^

ipdfl'"^'"'

compiitatiofi Bystem

aim pre&uppoii

^^' ^^^^Za '


tiiW
^*

^^*^^
^t^a in t

\iffian^^'

and techndoglca] excrflwioe. base of scientific scale of nndent Vedic calculation split -second Marathl tranalaUon of the 32nd chapter of the

^"^""TThtiun
'^'^w
I

b^ind the Indian Umo


fl*

When

(^ttoned
ibft

p^^^^^^ prasaad Prakasban, Pune, Tn^a):1

un ri^
ihjt

tbe date ^Indie change?


Uie

per Vl3c praclfct. At


TTierorore,

Second

11

^inLd<^

the irad.uon of rKkcni.^ .ft, ^^ Ltre cultivate Fonfettlna that, in our own times Icvdii, oTmidn^lfht hoar. Y commence from the mifinigk '^ *^^^^ *^'^ lli^ucrtcy ree^M

is

midrt^m bou.

in

Und...

ihe Vfc

j:^jinat"^
1 1

Ann
Tryasarenu
Truti

2:

1
1

TryasBreO^^ J

Vedh

boar-

^ Ml
TI
Itiii
vital MJ

Even the terms


Erfiltsh Bs i?

fi.rti.

find

pm

bave a Sanskrit connotaUon,

ILava
jVedh
3Lsva
1 1 Nimigli

ea^ny assumed. In English parlance the

i^

'post-meri^Uan'. 'antemeridien- and p.m- means who ts ante-merldia and posi-m^ridi^? B^i'ihc question t^msdns himself ia mimm- The Sim w^o t,
fiuffii

Kahan
Kashta

jNimish
\

5Kabsn
I

tbe subjiCi

La^u
Ghatika

the CflJculaaoTi remains

ffid naiiiniflfiblc.

un mentioned. This Is unthmmWr not rsJiied Ihii That lacuna arises because il is

ISKashta
1&

Ughu

I
1 1 1

24 imnuta

Muhurtft

lb* Irtter^

SansM the initios of the hoai^ tbeclnnWng eKpTWsi(.nMS#ipi^'^T'T^Mrobansii.Martandaj=ya (i.e.

am

and p.m.

2GhsLLka

Prahar

D^

^ 24

hours

ofibeSun) Bnd(^RW(qTfe^jPSLanamMartid83ya
Af the Sun).

(i.e.thefflJlIng

ISIkys
2PBk3hfl

1 1

?akahs

Maaa
Rutu

Ci- e.

montb^

Lcndon has been

ven'

andmt Vedic Mpilalis 3L

Ssnaltrit Its encirat

iMaas
3Butu

1
1

nsmewta NondonJum which


In

Sanskrit for a

'

Pleasing Habttilwn^^

Ayan
Vareh
i-a-

Romm
bu

Umes. howevw.
'

vis^ raisspeUed as
',

Londontum-

yar.

thl* y^as abbreviii*d U)

london

In

Europe^

languages the

L'

That ver^ oflen rtplaeed the Sanskrit letter 'n'.

^^
_^

the Sanskrit

name SveUmwa

(the fair- faced}

i&

pronoun

VctficDMttQHflfTimt

TliB

cunwt Uw most
in

troid of Ibe acadwnic world \s to


primitive. Conlrarily
it

ea"i
^

was an era

of ^"''**jjj^y

^^

feBdknw

rvwy

ago respect because bilUons of years

m
.ujf knowledge
,

33a

f^^ ^
^'^

OtiBAWfii^tsri
'

from the work* of gnat Indian Char^ka nd Smmt*. It ia i strangB

TjcI*"'

t^ *o rid

s progress that the centra of mtighimjnftii

Ljrfl"'^^^*^ sboiild hJive IraveHsd from East tfi West, living VrD*!***"^ ^ ^^^^ (jf ita formef eiatnc in the East, ^qw

^
^i
J

Hill*

M*"^,

^^

fjj^ji

out that the Hindu ShastTma

iloo contain

ftfi*^^^'^^fv>
i*i"*'^,?'
.J

leas

coirect In principle, and that the greit

greatest sanitary reformen the AH one of the

AVURVED

T>IE ANCIETNT

UNIVERSAL

MEDICAL SYSTEM
jjjiatTSliKi

cardiac surgeon
Delhi

Dr.

Rowan Nicka sud

in

a lectur*

knowledg?. Snce Senskiii wa, Sanskril signines worldwide fof millions of yeai-s. the lm Vcdi humiinity "s languag? toowkd^e. ia common to many lanauayes.
V*da'
in

^J^

^ew
all

^^r^JKelled

on September 29, 1981 that the andait other raws or their tim in surgery. Thoujanda
,

Zi before
to

BinoUng

2ii!)cript contained

Europe learned the technique the Siahrut SsmhlU detdled inatructiqns on lithotomy, (op^tion
bladder!.

Ijask fund Cmssquwtly. the Vedas cocistituw the

of knowtedi*

wi jtome

in the

Modem
surgery

European

surgical

instmnenta

rumiglwd
Iffe.

tisf

di>init^

lo guidf bunriaD

b^ngs

in

ever>^ aspect of
is
llifl

irtmodslied oh thn^e
iBiiSlsfl

used by the ancient Hindus. Hindu aurgsoni


i.e.

Since physical fitness

primary need, Ayui-ved

expert*

plastic

repairing limbs disfigured

pritnoriial,

dj^e
of

science of medicine

wWch

forma an

impartiirt

tj (^WKflH

misbajfl or assaults.

Dr. Nicka added that aQ drugt


>

compwent

the Vedes as signified


"Hie

\am

A>Tjrvd

by the last syllable in the worldwide prevalence of Ayurved ia oTiemoE*


whole of the
ancieot

tn

medicHl treatment In
in India.

Babylon

Assyria. Egypt and Greece


Indian

wm mit

Mercury* sandalwood, beUadona and


extra;Ci[S-

pnxrf of Vedic culture hauinu pervaded the

benp provided

soms uf tJ^

world.
jWI

nich achievements of the ancient divine


gtnerally

Hindu VedJc culturt

ttie Brilish Lini AmptkTl, Governor of Madras Presidency under rnsUtul* c idminisirttion in Inclia, while inauguititing the Kin^

W bwn
^rtftg

mostly blanked out from world histories written


1

^ Mitallms

from the Sth to

ChristiEia 8th centuiy and by European

Preroljvi Medicine

In

Madras

in

'"^^ February 1^^^ ^^^

the ot todii,...cfi lay claim to have been auqyatnted with t" principles of curative and prtrventive medicine at s time when

^^ m""
I

iht next

two centuries.

ft fllsEj

neda to be

raized that the Hindus were not


lei Ift

Tice.

wfc
it
\t

stiU

immersfti In ignorant savajjery.

am

not sut^

^"^

Hindus liu^mi Is "'"1 It

liiBt Just . .iA.r_ ^f Vai4i <^titiiT_ i ayoonym of Vedic culture.

onctw^t anclrent limea.

^er^y
hnin

known

that the science of medicine

^^'

'^''^tJ|
^^

th propBgflii'oTi of Oiristianity
&icludinii

lodki, but this ii the caie ajid the science

was

fir^t expor***"

^nM,
""'tm.

those In Babylon.
i

over and Islam, pwple aH * Assyria and Egypt

lodis I*
1

7th ^wttJiiiy

aid thence to Europe. 1>owti to the cM* ^^^^ the Europe physictans learnt the science from
while the Arabic doctors

rbty

Bfl

learned Ayurved

.e,

healinu the Vedic science of

ef fcafaie

docMn.

many

centurie*

^-

^;3.

BIIIAHaT

Umm m Sn nnd Known

Itf

FanH*!**. *

'

'

m
,

39*

retaining jgjO) Isecau&e

5prd hom ihe world. Ni,^ . ^MiArii *drmi they used came from tndis b,u^ 7^ JTIj and ih* dm5
in lodi*
,vr

^1806*^^

human bone keltfiiiE (Petailsmaybebadfromth&KriBbniHam

i**'*-3lderd^P"'^indbrB Medical Coaege, VlBakhapaiaim <* nf ftna^f^'

Sr

tt'Oliam

1^,
1

pKvsfci^ni.

" TTw surgery of thfl Hurler obserbed Rnd^ id skiiraL They conducted amp,^tJon,, bold
performed operations

^'*'^

^
^
.f

laU^ ce . the \^^ century


*'

one comes across

maUmm
MflK*iii.

medical sdence. Ayurved. ''^^rtbe Vedic

Trtctised ^it^H>tomy.

Ibe

abdomm

utii^o^ tin^iS'
Bid

"^'''^'

wT

d3rt*rious in the

^^^^" ^""^ "'^ 'Ustw.tioni exlrncUon of foreign subsUnces Um


^^^-

carried the editor the Wellcom* Insiitute for Hlawr * ^^^ \s in the library of j^doEi t*'*^'^*^g^(^^ London 3 gives the details. A Maratba
rofld.
Sledltlne. 1
^

by the Gentleman's

devoied lo rhh^piij, brsncb of surgery tbt body. impmving deformed etrs and noses and ferminf or QpertUon for opifalion wblcb Europeans have now bomwej. B uieful

speciBl

wm

^^^^^^ served

with the British

Army

in India

*"^**'*^^
,n

1793^

Be*"K

nvw

CKiS.

also msntion a oira for neurfllaH, Tbt incimt Indian surgeons mcsdem cutting of ihe 5tb nerv* above tbe eytinw.

^'^"^
urturing

Tlpu Sultan "s army the Hindu rtlken prisoner by ^^ chopped off as per the barbarous Muslim
year on retuifl to tradition. After about a Ayurvedic aurgeon furnished Hatn

antft^Wii to the

Tbey w^

T^ *" midwifery'
"*
slsiid

not gbrinking from the mast

criiiol

Cn.so and toesTrindl^ '';.tllrBntisb doctors. Tbomaa

'Liming

^^^^

flper*Ion3.

:! .ofa^ated witnesses
opeiflUon performed by

Th.y testify to ^.hmira.l.op^,on,


in

Tbf prosmu
turv^ta
fotlffwi

modem

Western
try

W^varycornmon

In India

ev^

th^
of

days.

Ux

procedure laid down stp by step tbe exact yenri fl0. vm the Eifidu suf^eon. Susbnit Lboussnds of
is

im

e^rpenl^e b.

pnstti^glAnd

ly^MTTS^ tbeSenskrittemi 'PrMtliita grtnthl*

b^M^ote ccmars of

urinal blfldderJ. tijrl'ying k gland located in front tof ibe

i^t Government

aun^v^ buma^ f.11.. B"t India even among ordinary tbe^gov^ ad^runistratton still car^mg
every

b^ch

Wing

AAl&mJQil Experlix

ftt

V<llc Culture
imowl?fiK

Andant Vedic cuJLure possessed expert anatomit^


In fact
tbfl

yean, of Ulen ^e^ infmority^complex genarat^ by \2^ .1 btv. beat of the dnim to ^ mkina no effort to p^clsdm by the a grand be nationally listed in d] iu.h wond^r-oi.^ and experts to
difector^.

medJcaJ

mt^* vity term anatomy (wrcpngly interpreted in conce"i the Sanskrit term un-atmy ! ' not tuition)

'

'

EsAhd Transplant
Pfctura

tbe loul rbut th& bo4y)

During tb* Festival Of India (March -August, 1982)


the la] Sdenc*

ifi

bo"

depicting an

embryo -transplant from

TJevanandfl s

^1*
*

Muwum
.

or^ftnize^
Et

ap^iftl section

^"^^
^

diotinc Kbirvemmtfl

of India,

Included two firt"'^'^^


af "

m,j

HoA0m commkikiiwl
One wtt done
In

the Cwho conceived MaViavir, an Incarnation of Maltavira U wamb of bi rtb to queen TVisala t who ulUmal^ly B3V0 Museum U)ndon ^ Splayed In the Oriental Gallery of the British
.

Jain cu

by the Hindu Raja Sufo]! ^^'^'^^'^'^^^^^^ '

tory

wbBe the other was

in

t^ Movember-December
" A.

AmeiScan loarmd. 1980 issu* of the

(2) f^.

-U.

iUd

Cuttman describing that transplant

u . graphic .lluatitUon

37

phy^idana and pbarmnCTuUctl


fj*ftJ ^f ^^* ^'^"'"^ Ayurvedic sj-si^^^ rf ll iidki
cue fron^ curffint hlstorica] concfpt,^^^ <n-tJcTP- taWn* 59& B C. But .ht dBl* may be n,o^ Uih-vlfl'* *i^h elder contemporary of ;be kn-jwn 10 be an R.j. i.hvim Js Som* Ettui-dtn of tndlan Historical
,.

chemia'^3'

mm,. Th*
i,

j^yurv^
jKitfffl"^^^
[ion

appears on cbemiBl-ihops
prevalence of

in

Bntain loo

, ^iwr

Ayurv^a
its

in the

w^e

of jj^citnt

^^
'

^/^rved. with
bflCfl^S*

Tn

mv bk

tiUKi'

h^.

Eu^' V.urvived a"" ^i,ed ind


^"^

in

base in India, couMn't havt far eway England unless it finrt luffuMd

^ rUi.)
t ^der
VMTI.

chpt*r

fftiinJted

bEve pointy out Ih.t Bt^ddha^, ^^^ /; by 1300 years, ^nce Mahivin, ^j
^

^ the antiquity and


'

the worldvdde aprwid of Ayurvrf

^**^'

Cblpltn
'

IJ*^'^
^ippDcrfl

Long before the year 460 B,C. in which of European medicine was bom the Hindus ihe father j^ngive pharmacopoeia and had elaborate traniises
observes
'
,

TBiTube Babia

"^^^.'^Cv
""^

of

medical

and surreal subjects.. . The Hindu*

'

Hw

MahBbbarat epfc eonUlns an elaborate deecrlplJon of

ha^^

7l

wert bom as test-ttibe habde?. Thai was prior ihe 100 Kaiivas irstances indicate that in tba remote pist toft 10 afi61 B.C. Suet
til*

'^r^

away

baa for some oori5idnible liina knoie<ige of medicine from surgical methods as wca-teng destnicHon on

snh

bad highly sdvanceb civflizations.

wbicb their scientific medical syswm is atde nwvous system, -* preliminary crisia. produdng a cur* even without a l^obvUte
observation. Ayurwed i> a dh^e^^sian a ver^ important based on Itiws of nature. It is also inexpensive, ^hose vreatment is efficacious and the least painful. It aJso ostcrtfltious, very
That
19

T^ En^ah
!tairicnt

word

'apothwaiy* ^igmfyin^ a ch^mlat

is

ibe of

term

I^vtt^Ti

pgihyakarj' which implies a purveyor

1^

The Swiskrii term fouldn


Ayurveda the jnlica] science
In

"L

have been

in

vogue

in

Europe untew
In vopii

Bjna at curing the

s^rmptama disease instead of merely treating tl

wB31fiviating pain.

Ayurvedic tresLmmt also reaches the

patient

and Sanskrit language were

ulciBU Eunipe.

Contrerfly lUopaths Wa bedside amongst his near and de^r ones. advise all paUenta ilway* tend to express thr helplessness and
li

b oanTErmdJcin of the conclti^ion we may quote Ilkjrolhea d^^


otairvini

to be

E^moved to a

common

bospitfl!

where he and

hia retniiMs

Uut

'

In Scottish

lowna of the present day the phanryclsl

iinJnp)

considerable hardship and expense,

oonltnua lo pjice aver his doorway the sign of the Golden Pesth
wnd MorLir.
TbiiL Js (
*

Hippocrates obvfous:ly
timet.

waj an Ayurvedic

practitioner of his

own

How

far

is

it

then
[f

justifiBbl to rBni

him as the

fther

Ayimwd

vwy

sl^jflcaiil observation in

V*dlc sdCTce of

two respecls. ii*^the medicine does Indeed emphaai

"if

fwdem medicine'?

however, the divergent


,

chariKt*ristics

imparlance of pounding medicines in goEd vessels Sectsndly. ind rnor\ajwhich Ayurvedic medicines &re powclertft afliAyurvedic have liuM come to be regarded b$ ubiquiujus l^lni, tn f^^w ,^^

^ WB^

'^"B saiopalhy more of a


Mtftitauou),

efflcacioua, pain ful hi ghly expensive, less

hoapjtaJ' centred

and suivery-onenled system


is

*n

^*^ to
**?"

HippcKrraiffl

then that

Hippocrit. no compliment to

1^

j^j^, cocUnues

to

b* widely used

in

Ancient Brilain
in

Ayurved and Ayurved alone was praclUwi

ancient Britain

**^*t.Jfls.ib ilia,

iWd.

*^

Is ipp^ -- ^ fl^*r tarn* J!^e*T m"^i^"^ '^ '^^^ ^"P*'" "^^^^ th,i - rT

""<* *-^*

""^*"^ "^^^

jr^"" i^ o'
1 tMm ^taam

-^-

enahrbiing idola far being pnyt^l-io i inures and ilkft Buffni^i^Or rt*l th**.i,.s!.. m . ihe aK8d. the eufferinB nd the ttrioualy lU.

0''

tbe InternaliQnri Acadftrj of Indim earcher^ from _i. QCKorrn brOUffbt back from thr mn lAtA brought beck ihers bi> Idol ^^ visited Siberia
,

^^
.

,^e 16. liW4>

^^

^i^rt>
^*''"'^

"^^^^
,^^,e

physician namej

life) deity or long


^

and

palm^lwf manuicripl

::::rs

T^hl.v-iit*ii>

^^

|^

of

ur.)

jj^yo

DP"*^
s

with

^^b-

zi

"^jtfW^
"n*"^

^^^^^

^ on ancients comprehensive medical trwUse. i premises at S2'mui diHploy ^^ *^* Academy

TW itot-e evtraci

tndffifit that

ihe Brftish too have

gui-^^

^^ ^^j^ ^jgj3 ^goovered that standard Ayurvedic ^^flvff ^'^fgjp ^d HingashlBk are sAao prepered and uwd *^^
relic"

^^ler^

^pie

there

still

cherish and revere the sancUty

^^
rXsion^

jn ih Sanskrit

Aiurvedjc
ffiid

lerm, VaJdya idias Baidya, an mcietiL I>ue to Lbe veaari^g t^rffl bs in [ndia. ^j

MSy.

Hav.^ dejenerated inw b^'rtg spelled u Bayd. VBidyiind Veidyinath wonder, therefore, that they are apclM Bftidnath etc. No

L(

pranuiiciiUflr

n^e^l

^^ Sanskril. even in [ndia the tem,

^d A^^'
.

..

import-nt Evidence

rv

import^t proof
in

of th& worldwide spread of Vidic

D BHJ]

In

^uitipe^

^^"1

found

the

ejtclualve

use of Ayurvedic insAm^t

times, 'I th*^ world in ancient th^^about tn ^^^ ^^ ^

^ '^^
In

MuffUm Unds
India
is

t lypical ancient Vaidya


still

from Sindh i\'m Strwlhu

!om

t^

rd

p-TmulgaU

their

^ ^^^ ^^^^ own m^^ sy.tem and


it

may be

l*ken as a
^^
,^^

Ww

1^

pravinw or

rsmmbered as iSndbaid. The adventure

"^rrupp^s\L otJ..
i-xpen.iv. and

Thi.

may b.

Illu.tt^

three uT 'Snclbid thf Sailor* orininate in


piripBtetitr

unknown but
in the
gfl

rwiowned
dfiyi

"hlTlndi.

At the time

.be.

the B.ti.h began Ih^r

Hindu Ayurvedic praclitionere who.

good old

of a uniiery untverail Vedic culture lised to

on aupcrviMiy.

ZZt^ lat^ empit^-buDdingl .as av^W. pdnle.. Ayurvedic t^mn^t

activities in lndi. an

St

^ wb

wcffW. oOcuulUUvfi or LMcbinjf &Bsi|inments to dlffer^t parts of the

f^b^ut

^.

But

..ver^ P-Ponio.

U^BriUshdom^

in India

th.Ay^Mlo.y.temofmed..altr^^^
Ayurved constitutes an

^^^-T;^^^^
^f*'^^^^'^
all

mi

ihould

1d

hiatcrians

and etymologists to trace the term

Vildya 10 tiUiw linda snd lEnjju&gs also, Beseirchers

may

y,^ pmgressively e^lip^ed

of exttncUon^ *nd brought U> the verge


retfaia oi

take

aeutrram
liTflcticeB

liorDiheeGhiiplin and look for siBna.

symbols surnames,
h

ta Iha encient spread


rf

of

md

oUaef traces of Ayurvedic practice in

all

reijions oT

culture in fvidence of the prtfval^oe of Vedic


world
i

tb

the worid.

Ai^rved snd

nil

lho other anrienl Vedic practices survived in

Uciinl

U Ayurvtil
the Arabs medical system which It *1'^"^ nothing but Ayurved.
is

ragoni mtint wbert the tnroid) of Islam and ChrisUanity were f^t imvy. For bstanc*. SSberia being a aparaely populated jtnhospjtel^^
P(ftoB.

The 80 called Uneinl

"1^"^
^^

^^'Hm countdw practise


H!

thoT ons

on

ami

find people

preparing and

admin istfl^g

Yunan- from Greece, Under the anrient '^'^J negion Tha idniJtil3i.raiion Greece was known as the Yavan
'*tottt*niiTonja.
hieh Wfli* iBtflr

IV

170, JUJ.

TheMusUms pronounced '^^^""^-^^^ 3 prviiu"!!^''-^-|[1

converted to

'

911

310

.^^^, ^d

Hlnd V3ic mlica] cet^tr^ Inst^rtlt^ from

-ort^spondhif If^ "'r^^ng' heart'


'i^m'*'
vie*?

Sanskrit
3^

derivattv,

^ffflni

tht *onl

f^T^

Hl^du Ayrv*<IJf

r^o^Bl modical h^idqu ^n-n, for


termed Uial
^jrai*,,,

^7^.

Artibs Co^8lLi.tTy- tht

u,ihnfVui.r.i.e,Gf.

^
A.^iy_

'tiardiflc
^rersi

"

Sindhu'lsspellwJiiHmtlu and ^hardiogram cam* to t* speUaij


'

^et since

i.

e, sardJBC

and sfirdlogram.

^l^i^d^^^p-m*pldW
lurvedlc

terminology s physldan

is

imcfwn as BMshig

^'^**' lyur^^ 1*^ '^^

^ ""^

tnedldDc among diffa^^


of Ihe

"*

tSUastiri^

j>

Tt Is

that

word

^^^ as
"

which came to be pronounctti phyahag' and speUed as physician


'

Bhishag

'

cortmunhJstff the

mrtd retai'i someaapec^g

anciml Ai^ivtdic
pjclar

T^e term
based on the jmbalanct of fas, pWegm
Is

doctor

'

is

the Sanskrit woi^i (|^=m) thikhtaar

i.e,

on?

vrho BJievlfltes

^r-edlc
jfiij

dlignijsls 18
in

uh"

is

or remedies the (pbyaical) peln of the wbi]^ 'laar' physical discomfort or pain
'saving' or
'

patient,
signifies

btle

ekroents

the body. This

a notch

above the

ellopathk

pulling'

away from.

'piljwcting\

niisn beaijhfle allopathy looks upcm every patten t as a atandaird ^Acn, nud wjUi slemjiype pipelinp and sewer system Ih*
<

Certtnim

Ayorvtidjc dlsgtiasis

uhcf

inlo consiilec^tJon Lh^

imbalance

In ihf
'

The term
ibe

'

cerebrum

"

i9

th^ Sanskrit term Stura- Brahms Le,

Lhrw

[ive

elementJ peculiar lo every polittil.


is

Amony ihim thrw


in

wwld of the brain.

rianmts, ph]?gm,
Tl

known as 'Kaf'
word
'

in
'

the Ayurvedic sysUm.

miy be noted
in the

iJu^ tbe

cough

used

English

is [n fact

t relic of the Aurvpdk:

system that was

In vojfue
'

during the VedJe


'

The term
'ifttanlisha
'

matrix"
'

is

the Sanskrit term


'

"

matarittsha

'

(Ilka

put

BriUsb isla. TTmigh the

Enfc;lJBh
'

cough
*

has a

alI|jhUy

meaning

space

i.e.

void all^

womb in the mother 'a

dlfftnnt ficnnotaUon

Uwi
in

the Ayurveditj

Kat

Cie- phlegm) yt
In andflt

bKSUM U|ih {ingintt^


n*jictd
in

phlegm

il Is

obvious that even

Englind the word "Kaf* did origin&Ely imply


n^anlng Iswr $ cough.
that the
'

phl^m

but became

Tit Cord
I

We
'

may, therefore* vwy


thrflftt
'

"Umta
Uiewomb

'

In

Sanskrit signifiea the mother, whilft

'

aSica

means
"

Mp^^^nxi^y matnujn
of th

mugh

that sUil sorea the

EngM linguftgE is hosically th e Ayu rvedic

{which provides the mother's nQuriahmait;


the allopathic term 'umbilical'
alical
'.

to

Kaf

'

alias

pWepn.

^foetus), Consequently,

an

Han
t*
HI
fttiw iajnaidtf

sbWlated form of *umba(h word 'heart'.


only

The

original

SnntWL

hn \

Th*!

w(!T'

^ ^^
I*.

En^sh vqrd has

two
la

ejitra

vowels. Wh*L

'^

ti

<wtioanie3 in En^jJish

almost the Sanskrit

the Sanskrit
ft

*** lgniflo

^"^"
'"'^
'

compoiind (ip^-^-?ft*nD manan-Ja^shothaa manin" 1 swelling the brain. There


affecting
'

|i

'

signifies

bom

or

created

wid

shotb

is

sw^Ung.

TwHT*" ^^"^ ^ f i*nkhi*onl*

-^fdiotfnuT,

hv^B^

^
'

hrt. .lio concern the


.

lf dloni

'

b*u-

'

iua

m
>,

gHiskrit
j[l

lei^

'niflteen*
'

meaning

spofled'

ev

*^^ bh^ '"^^^ ""^^ ^l,theSan.Mi-rd^nsntl'.


'^
"*** ''

aiding in/

noeb!oais'

is

inade tip of the Aym^edJc tenns

Lh* Eiifflisb

worf

r^ver

'

II

mere

na]profiut,ciaiiQn

y t*^
,

tijg

terra

Dush pacbsnashay

(^-<r5:rsn]> trnplyin^

-(jfbeddigeslioi'
Anvttunff
Wfrnlnfi the

now

Is

known
'"^

in
'

En^lja^ b3

"^"^

-qu^.

writteri as

PaohancreK

tlfin

be delected \a} be Sangkrii,.

b*u

the SBi)*^krii

wDi^

foJ-

^^^

H^nfVrii.^-nifl

iSfPT-^lLe- cold

'^^ ^*' ^'mrfi nose. EnLrailsis thiSans^i

'"^

]g

the Sanskrit

term (annTTOi^i Anastha-sh^wl.e,

HF

is

the

Ssnskrti

word Serpw since


serpenl.

'h*

and

-f

v^

lenti

'ftiriiliLV' tenini-j

Is

the Sanskrit
,
^.
^
.

word TalaU-iU

("J^llfir)

m
it

irterehingwWe Serpes

ni^s

is

so

named

bsiiii

^j-one^liichyiddaacroporfml

on the skin and a feeling of tnUrB& inwlva I fpenUn* enipUon rn a polwrous bite. baming

the Sanskrit wort! ^grfyfl-jan" Le. one term sunjeon is


fflMirtiimss

G3aj(l nr ihe Sanskrit tfimt

Granthi

"-

In such words

sharp Lnstroment.

and

nMj' be seen to be interchangeable

TV

term

HomMopathy

Is

the Sanskrit term

&ma

eo-patby

i^^^^f

of Implying a path CLe. system)

tmtmeni nmning

Tte

tenfl

prostate

gUmd

js

the Sanskrit term

tH^

5^;1
giafli

pirtttel

or stmilBT u> the

symptoms.
ia

puthiti

grtnthi.'

The Sanstait term ^prBslhita' implies b

&rrpondingly th* term allopathy


ajflgpathy

the Sanskrit term t^rwqfuj


different

pWjrfi in front (of

Uw

urinaiy bladder)
signifying
"

a path

<of treatment)

(from

The

Etkgjiih
fruffl

won^

drip

'

drop

' '
,

drops ' and

'

dropsy

'

n*

bonoeopathy). In the
*bli tha IftttH'

term allopathy an extra

has been added

Aat^
Diff

the &nskrit

word {Z^}

drups' meflning 'lirip^

g" has dropped off.


'

mi *iwU
tnd
'

lerm Mroc^ihalua implying the formnlfon of "^^^^ j\ inwnd the bfialn i> ihe Sanslo-il term ardrshflpofllos' (^

J^laOmenls ending in the syllable

itis

'

in allopathic terminology.

Mb
"Mi"

S) appendicitjs
la

wher

ardn" means 'damp', "wet' or


aignmea the sltuU,
hiccups'
ls

'M

of UtyJ*-

that tern imply 'swelling'. That \s because 'shothas a corniption of the Sanskrit, Ayurvedic term
'

lupj
leriD

'^J alpi^ng
(ffe^'^J

sweDing.

Tht

ibe &nakrit word 'hioca" alias

'nwi a close study of allopathic terrainology whether of ailments.

^bl organa.
Itodt
The
Is

symptoms, remedies, or instruments

will

be faund

tht totikric woni {(rem)

ms^isal

"

iiKtinlns

^^^'

lm

wtMmiljinji

'

[a

the SansHril

compound
'

{^'f^^'
'

^bMed on Ayurved because during the universal unitaiy Vedlc ^i^liaUan It was only Ayurved wMch was the sole Vedic medical

'*hi'Diiliuhiy

W AQi4d

*npiLfying c conUmtpiation of the bone*^ l"^^"^

tins OQnl*tt thtf.

words Uke

'

mnllfn

end

malitf""^^

wag used throughout the world. With the sh-ittnng "**oria medical system after the Mahabhanit war, fT4merits
*hlch

'

346

*"
<

^
I.

in India,

and gave to

U|

followers tlmaii

option

of t^''

^^"8

'"*

^^"^

ir

f^ fw

ihft

I^'^^Tiny
ftilfU^*^^

of earthly draire

gem, but

atjlely

for the ip^l

miiiuty should

you twat your

pstienti and -o cxod

^
^;

^d rodd^ =^^^
litfT

Jmn.^
^^'^^'^J^"
'

Judaism B.,,^^

^
Nihs
such a* ChHsMi^
,

^^t

mr

hUl.

RTid miiiuint

r^lan

mi^ ^'
Will

8PP.ran.

than theae are Wagbhat who prepared Only prose end BhavanuahrB whtw endium in v^e and t^-j^^ mfl<Llc8l anatomy phy slolt^ and medicine mentioned .
filusLrioiis

'

**^'*'^*]

pb
\sn
I^^^(torn>

Stary df CiviU^Eion wrfti ih# mulLr-volirme (VoU ". Big*^ Durant one gathers
!!
flf

^^
thii

of the

Wood and prescribed mercuiv

for the novel

^^m)
nerve

L^^*^ljg which

had... been brought in by the Portuguese

physiology

like

some as|>i^ gf chemistry wp


lymphatics,
tisanes,
plej^,,

fe.producu

^inlu medicine
sn^
vBacJla!-

mucoua

i.gujfUL Sescrithed

many

surgical operational cataract, hemia,

rd4

sdjpcs*
fiJid

and

synoi^i
cadavtr

mrtTibrmesiiifele to

meny mor* musclw than Any m*dem

^^aesarian
'^^"^

etc ... and 121 surgical inslrumenta Including


y

sounds, forceps

catheters and rectal and vaginal specdums.

show

'^^ doctor? of pre Chrislfan India undei^togd

of

of disM^^OT^" 'h* different functions rflTiutabV *^^ *^^ processes conversion of chym* InUi chyle, and oT thf gaslrif juices. Ihp

dissection of J"^^J,ggted the

dead bodies as indispensable


the
first

in the

Zr^at
rttoris

of

sui^eons.

He was

i^ gnift

upon a torn

ear.

2.4nn years, Alreyatdrci ttuiinlfiblood.AniicipatLniiWeismann by bdd that the |mital seed is independent of the paretit'f
60Q

of skin Isken
his

from another part of the tody and from


"

B-O

snil

Hindu

successors

rhinoplBSty

the

surgical

bo4y. nd conLns
....

in itself in

miniaLure the whole parent or^anjam

IxaminMJMi for

virilily

fo-mirrf^gein men: and the

was recommended as a pra-raqiusil* code ofManu warned against marking


epiJepsy,

tnM
f&hiort

ilfected

with

tuberculosis*

leprosy,

chronk

nose -descended into modem medicine. "The "performed almost every major moent Hindus', says Gariison. aiteries, TJmbs were amputated. Dferition eireept ligation of the bemorrhoidB ibdomined sections were performed, fractures were set,
tKMutniction of tha
sjd fiatulfls

dy3(M|HiB. pilH or loqadty.

KrUi -control

in ihe latest theological

were removed.

WW

luggesled by the Hindu

medical school of oOO B.Ch


*n^

"&i3rut
Ilia

yd

down elaboraU

rules for preparing an operation


sterilized

tn the theory ihii


is

dunrg ! 2 days of the menstrual cycle impregnslion


reEHBlJ" that the sex of the foetuj that in some t*
it

auggeailon that the

wound be

by fumigaiion

is

imposdWe.
tffTie

U was nowd

^B

cf

the earliest

known

efforts at antlsfiUic surgery.


me^Sicinal liquors to

fof a

undaermlnwj, and

was claimed

the sex oT the

embryQ TOuld be Influenced by food or drug5.


in

"Sjmit and Charak mentbn the use of


produce

" Suinu,
iown
in

IngensibllJLy to

pn^eBsor of medidne

the University of

Banares yvv^

^^im

trepanned pain. In 927 A.B. two surgeons iheopfireUon of a HintSu iting. and made him insensitive to

SwiBkril

^malt

t syBt^rn of the diagnogis and thcrspy "^^"^ DhanWunUin.Hts had dtewnded to him from his l*acher

^"litiifdBleiing

a drug called Sammohlni.

book dtdi

it length *ith surgery, obstetrica, diet. bathtfl. loTwit-firtliig, byjjittie

^^^'

""V

gn^ myciil education.

^iM diagnosb
^^*^

the detection of

U20

gusnit diseases that he enumerates

''Qrik Bnpo.^ . .^nihiti (or encyclopaedia) of

/redldht,

^^^

UrttiiJ,*^

au^cul^tioi. by inspection, palpation and *^ described In d treatise dating I9t A.D

*as a favouiiie method of diagnosis.

347 )4
Vti^^ *k. i\mf cf

f^^ane. HIrtdu medial IrBsttntm

b^
,t

^^^'^
"^lif to
*

^j^ achools
and

In

Baghdad.

.Lord AmpthQl
its eyatflm of

ponduda
medicine

modem

Europe &wee

***'

MoUnued, drugs

we

often Gmj>loyP(l, Evtr^ .vT

^*^ \, '^

^bem and thi^gt*

to India.

"^ ^]"
^
ttii
(tiiffrdf

idest

one of
jg

system of Hindu medicine nine$e a ittrfbuud the foy Tiumors-^r* water, pblpgm tM

'jy^^^
i

recommended with herba and cbsrms, ... .with


Western
physicians.

.-Hindu phyjidans
Th*v
atfll

we

?s]>edfl11y

skUlea in mncoctinif anildoi,


in euhntt

l*^*"''^^l "^
,

of soEtelimes the envy

The

ioqf

eKwJ Eurapean physicians

mab.
for
ijtbetjeatt

m^^^

^ thousand such herbs and Bdvo<stes w*i*f diseases. Even In Vedic times phyaicians
^ifferenitated

^^ ^.^^

from magic

doctors, and
cultivated

-VBcdiutiort,

unknown loZkimpe before

tlie IfiLh

corlucvwy

^i

by gardena in which iht^ "'^"^j^^ugcg surrounded

w
!!1

in

India as

imb*til
iht

may judp from , arty as 550 A.P.. if '? one of the eariiesl Hindu phyaidfl^,. to Dhsnwantari.
"P*^ ^^ ^^' ""^^^ ^ ^*'*' ai-ms between the shMWen and isnce with it the then mixing the fluid ^ib tht Wood appears,

mH ^
onti

^e P^

*^"

ivifonna^on

qiioted

above from WiUiam Ihiranl "a book may

Idea of perfection that der a general

Aywvedic medidne

J jj,t;et,

[^eTbows

'^^rLCi

in

evei7

field

such as diagnosis, preparation ind

smflUpoir will Uie fever of the thd b4J.

be produced.

surgery . vaccuiaUon. iniection ete. infjtrttion of medJcinw^

-Modem
inMmltiing

sepflral*ries5 waa Europesns believe that the cast*

Bi

dfites

for various

Hindu medical experts of ancient Umea

prwribd bau5e of
disease.

iHe

Brahman

belief

in

invisible

eec^Es

j^ na
B, ibe

be token aa final.

Europeans have arrived

at those dales

Mary

of the laws of

^Italian

enjotcwd by

what we Susmt ind Minu seem to Ukfl for granted

modems

idea of the antiquity of the universe. baas of a very primitive ancient date have been cut to accotd tiar surmises about

liththa iwlion that

^HypiwUon u therapy seems to lieve originated Umples to b* eund ffindui who ofti took their aick to the
hyimouc wgsBtion or
'

among

tV*
ti)

m composed
lU'Durmt

in

the REgved the world began in 4004 B.C. and 12D0 B.C. Since according to the VedJc almanw:

*iwit 2000 mBlion

tempi* sleep

'

En^itavm who
iidutft
liiEr

tnifoduced

hypnotherspy
g'^t

Itt as in Egypt or Greece. inu> I^ngland-Brad.

present years have elapsed from the ataii of tbe menUoned jferaoflmmanlLy, the actual dates of the medidal experts

must be mtich more andent.


the

md

Eliiotsoo

- undmihtedily

ihdr ideas of "*

"*

Chanwantari that he mentions may very

wcil

be

Hpenmcc fnsn
lioif of

contscl with IndiS"

WeKMder. says Garriaon. Hindu ^^^"^ mA Rjfgecrtu enjoyed i wdl -deserved reputation for suP* ImwWie Hid skill id even Aristoae is believed by aome studen
"in ibe
IC hiv*

i^ttwday namesake yet the first pr<^enit<>r of the Vedte medical Kiaac* *Bs the original sage Dhanwaniari who taught Ayut^.
LtedMne Mien<* of

heeUng to the

firat

few genenttlow of bLimMi

Wn indebiHl

to

Ihem'

"Cslij^ Kinin.a|.Hhld aowpted the pre emtne^ce ndWiw bid Kboaanil^p nd Hindu pl^sici^'

Imported

"^^ ^ ^^

rarerence to
In

^''^s

.^

^ofli^^''"^ Pfove* Lba existence of a

^*

sbotiM Baghdad and China above no doubt that it waa Ayurved imd Ayurvad alEre whjch ua throughout the woHd in ancient lima. Its

Gre,

Egj^pt,

adminislnition univerwi Vedic

349

3a

_^^.ndoX.Uti.Wrroni

India.

^^

" !^ri.

Z
Ii

11

was noi developed by lM8 Vnawledg*

^^.^^
''^^^^^^

^T^

'^'^W dJ^Sly an

*^
''

kno^ledgp of evy ,pher^ mrnn^tkeflsix-e humanly ai the Ume <jf Ibe creallon,

ln^"''^^

^"^^"^^

'

'^^"''' "^ *"

^^
'mj,

"^

""

jupefli^ to

factors namely tbat no Vedtc 8.ik* by t. otb^r formfliive or pi-imitivt ^iai*, Fnj^ in

VEDIC ARCHITECTURE

^^

^^
^
,n

limine evefv trarch


X.

of Hindu knowledge always

B^^rt
of creation, J- 2 to the Vedic theory
all

every master r^f^, 0' pidicliwi, find secondly 4 awt*


iijpfr-ine^ier at

Imottrledg* in

rvt^^r

^ho3* fe^ b^ l^med


tbe

hi5 l^^^ns.

mnai.is bd^ev^ wbospecralized in m.^..nt^^. .^J^Ay..^i^ P^'c^^^"^^ maker of Soup,. ^""' Supd^KmU m^ins a
Ui

b.^

TDther of modern m.dEcm.

wa

^^
""

*t chof sci^ceand
J

art including arcMt:tiire. was imparted

^y

the creation. Con9q(iently divinity at the start of


ia

which ^^'vedic system of arcHtectu^


all

the bssia of the

tZ i . San^J^^t
Hwp.forti.

Irtidims-Brt

over the '^orld.


it

IflLer gaj-l]led

as HSiJpociaLes.

iH faiMCts

bees and snails to crows and and animals from ants, their ( le. by divinity) to build djeons 8re taught by nature loo is of habitations. Ther^for^ Vedic archiUsLuie

TH(

is

not as bizarre as

nnay seem at

first sight

because

peniliar

divine

&Hb^> from th^


TBtiotifility

%rt
cr every

branch docs in fact

literature of that argument Vcdic oripn assert and record the divine

oJuflha&wledge.Letus, therefore. eJonnine theoiigiTiofsrchil^cturt


tt

worded by Vedic tradition


AocordiftB lo

Vedic tradition

all

knmvledee

is dassified

as Pare

<* Apsra

Vidya, Pars Vldya

was considered

the uHlmate, Lnie,

'^' metaphysical, spiritual

knowledge which tells

mm that mundane

*^^^ bdn^

all

transitory. Dluaory

uliuna* and deatnjclible ones


origin-

^^^ni should be to coneentrftt*

on tbe divine

^nn Vldya

comprises of

all

knowledtf*. brancbea of mutdane


Yajufv-ed*

^*mtie to ihehuadingtf It are found in the RJtfveda.

^^^v*d

as also in thi^ ^^atayB

Pur^

snd

Api

tMr*"- *"

aRi
rfulsbinft

m
*rf

"Or for

want w~.-

of patrtmag* nol only bi tbe rest vM.j ui iHB "-o"


I

^^t^^

Shilp-Up^v^d..

Sanskrit

^xU

of Lh

.^"^^^
tgfl

^'^^

'*^yt

which even in India

ihedp bome-luid, tbey

of unps"'^!^^
M>tlng of e

engineering skiOa. For instanqfl. tb ornamental stone pandals and pavTlloaa In

"^^^1

^^c^^^^*^^

down nj3. to b* cb.^^ Niti^ShB^tr^. -l^=b Kv construrtion of "^'^ ^"^ "^^^ '^* bull^U^

IPP""*"

Stone pillars touching tha ceHina but not iht h carved pairs which gentJ:^ fock if even one of than
iji

red:

aton*

^^^^

*^*^^ produce rtgulatd mxiaiM


a aeries of

bvUo

uid dcm^

which produce and galleri^

ech&a.

^dium
V
Khas

mgbieerfng of Vedic

h known

^ Kinigu amp
snd
ft< [

(j^^^rlcal

MUrrni
patterns sucrh as squares or rectarglea w>jlcb ground plans of all ancient hulldlnga throughout

divisions three bro&d

known as Khand.

^^
known
s

trical

32 br^cbe,

Vidy^ L.. brw-ch^ of

rtudy

>-isre ^ fW^^^'T'.^l^ding even those which are sLnw being used (^including
'^

wi

of the

" as

'^Id

^,. ujmbs snd cbun;h3 are

of Vedic orie^n(

tnidition toordtog to VedEc

"

Brehma '

the creator furmahcd


U. conduct
lis

basic homiinJty willi aU ihe


tif tn

kno^ledKe necessary

Vedlc edifice is a rectangular Tbe typical

or octagonal) structure

ibi*

worli

T^t

coUecttve knowledge oonstStuted the Vedu.


*ilhef iht
orlglnat,

^.

tba fogr Veda3 could be Whit ,re nirrmtly known aa condensation of ih? entire lorriving nucleus or a codified knowledge. primortul divin*, slodi of

^
]ff

divided ITke i graph facing the four quarters ha four sides


inlo

four equBl perls by

ft

horizontal centiil line cut across

I vertical

perpendicular line.
buildings throughout the world aucli

All

M/eb -known, hist<>ric

Si^

Mmssflr tautbor of the Sanskrit

le!ft

known

ea Mins*r

It
In

a- Paulas and
Egypt, the

Westminster Abbey

London, the Pyramidj

scienc* of SlpHbaslrfiy referring to the origin of the

archptl^

Kotr^

Dame

in

wd tawn-pUnning 8i*t

Bi^hma trained four arthiiecifl son Virinriku. Mays. tVanar and Manu- Each had one ptivi^ u Stbepali, SutrajfraM, Vardhaki and Tokshflk
that

mm
namri

ibeMcaDed mosques and tombs Including

Greece. Paris, buildings in Italy and the Ksba In what are

Mw

Myslijn countries

Fart and end the Ta) Mahal and the Bed

stiwblttcric buildings in tndia


*>
putttn.

graph-paper er^ bdlt on the same

desUTij Tht nunver&us treeUsea on arcWtecturo in Sanskrit bridge*tbt soaitrycUon of fort), palaces iavren, mansions,
,

circular Can^spondingly Vedic architecture also dealt with s


^utu- punish

tmpJH

satcwsya. Khools

hermtUgei

etc.

Kb"ip Saniwaiyam. YukUkalpaUni.

aw Utled as J^^^^a^^"!** SamfirangflnB Sum


SamWt^.
VishwflJun^
SHpart

mandal

i.e^

building pian.

AkuhtbhUm*
k.'

^
^

Kaljw.

Narada

Building Texts

Silpa

Vldjfipnktob, Brihrt Samblta,

Manusbyalaya Cbandriki,

Jcactenceofitrchitwturtrimd town -planning

is

expounded

l**bMin

S*nikrii

ThiU.

^I'^^g^tb^.^rt, and^t buU dingiuiddv

|V^;;g^

Sanakrit texts
^"xLs are of

known

as

Agama^

hoary origin,

much andenl

than lalam and

n5o*qi Jao because aU maasive and historic churches. temples, scbolarf '^'^*o'ims throughout the world art captured

'

*'

^Cb^B ^ -^"^
flf

S*n*'^''

*>f

^^.

^^
"^^'^

of

^ ^^
'^

jj*t^

'"'^on

.j^domelUcK la the ltd On top of th* dom, "^^^ reprewit* Via dnrular p^tai rf lot^ ^^'^ baved off hd by men VhUc an other^ae
'

iiv

[#

ijuiftcle

reprraents the tuft of hair

(liaa

SQiha maiMil

b ^^^<^
J,

contemplating

oit dlvinlly.

Site

an* SloM<

* ^-nrLr,ding

posH^^ -bove th* nose, betw.^n the

cj,t^
of

( tbf fff*ii*^'

^^

Sarrtum Ua

is

conceived as the head

i^

^"^
^"
I

yjjfla

tl^ T^th Bvety

detafl

of Ura^-plBnohig
site.

iiuj

selection of the hrimmiK with the

T>* lemple
lovn or lodlity.

in its

turn forms tbt soul end ih& cenlre

of Ibe fertiUity
fed

l'^*

soD

is

aacertmed by Bowing
is

jeeda.

of tin

cows and the

place

worshipped

Ijs

invoke

TV
ii

Kings

palice forms tbe other focal point since the nter

Lbt

tempore head

rtpremUng d^^nity on

earth,

Thcrefw^

artbitect eto553 U)

&nd the pfiest together then break the

groxind.

mB^.fl.tinw the

Um ntl
gtnuA
In

tfls

mad ioininj the royil paJace and the lenripla fomrt of ihe lownship e.g^ the ChandHnl ChowV hfib

Those ibal

with an Iron used tn the structure are tested musicfll sound nd those wbicb emit yi^l^

S^^

Udhi ODcwiKting tbe Red Fori with tbe


Si

so-^ed Fatehpitri

UvUfifi Ewhicb
Tt ii

i csptujied tmpie),
point of view th*t the plan a of al5 ancient lownaliiip

Z^ when

Z^^
trt

from

thi s

dwsed as

the mal* vaHety. with a chisel are classified as of .park but emit a fiood sound ^Hich den -t produce a in both Ibose tt* remain. Other ston^ which fafl
hit
"

mtA ffiUMiwis throughout the world need to be studied*


For kistirtet, jewera] idlficts in
lilttnie

fl^

dflSBtfied

es

'

impotent

West
to

AsrI&n couti tries

now

under
ilUi
be

occtiptfJon

ar*
\%

known

have

dmrn-bausfiB

rmntE-hcHws Thi*

Y*t grsphic evident^ of their VediC'Origio-

judi highly respected

then determined. TOs could Tb^ standard of measurement or my himself or of hia jii-eceploithe h^gbt of the patron was know or any other criterion That

wm

person

MiulimgoHiip Bscribei ibo^e townships and edifices to sotneailtifl-

WorM

hjitonani. architects and urchaeologiats


Ln

have

hitherto plrf

sub -divisions known ttT^. That was sub-divided into proportional speofic Aitgula and Yava. though Angola and Yava wem othen^ise
Blimlarda of

imiCJdt faiUi

that gossip.

The very

Jiouia fact that those music

measurement

in

Iheii'

own

right.

tW BO m wdc from the Ume of Miial Im capture, bears mute tlimDny ^*^ 10 tb* Vedic oriKin d those edifices, Because is cnly 3n
it

neBriUsh Isles were known


llhmi the

ctIhj that
muitf.

III

rauiine day and tiighl, begins with

Sftcretii

dMn*

above analogy) their length from the

obviously because as Angola (snintry southemmosi poin


regions

kb*

>^lli

TV BSdIii|i
iW*ai

to chart northernmost was taken to be a measure the AUBn on the European continent and oceans such as

Plinntd

Mimin nure
tf#

"^ Mediterranean.

When <inhfed 49

human Hgur* the

* KKAd

of the

iqujiung man.

Uw

first

storey
la

plinth ixiife^*^" the s""^


is

divin* idol,

say thre

feet high like

was divided
^1*

into 10

^^

itk,r*y ii

Lh* chnt: thai there

the nK-ll1*e

2^ ^*^^f^,

dasa-tda.

T7ns

deca^yiWi

dece-metr*

nw*

be seen to be of Vedic origin.

an
3*4

^ nr^
"^^^
^
..*.

PTCvfd^^ ihe

tmb -rwind ithfcb the erl.

^^^
i*,;;^

t^
0*

,^v^)^d

-31

^'^^

^^

^'^^"^

"'^'^^

P^m
Ii

MM**"" '*^ .^paltovrarfltotherigMardlenofthem^wtinmei ^tyr^ ^^^ art aldo t Hindu detail. Tbee used to leniv "^^"^ watch -towe during U: ' ^**^ "'^^'' ""* "
j^t

^,c*rin*

J*""**

"during

tfi sigitifiH

proportTon in Vedic parimc*,

a^metr^^^^^^
|,

^^^

J^
^l, ijSi^

Since

ancient buildings lo^ symmEtriol


in

irhiai Si'

'^^^^

^^^ i^hjt^ts LhTioughout Ih* world

^,J^

o^giji

even

West AaSan

regions

cumntiy

Z\^ ii^nc.t
to

stnidturts.

chfsem^s mounuin^cve,

i^

yguftlly

V& tradition

diviiiily is

rfpresenl^

En either

of ftmr

wi^

^^^'^ "^
iprtlWiifi

are insdvertfintl^
is

enclosing narrow, dark. KvsnH hundred explained away as the Mueznft '

(tJ pit^lwf conuining sacred waLr], th, jajMty It Kumbtirepresent ng tbg djvint l* *fOteric diagram Mdodila L* idias pit or receptacle for the sctt ortPKjcimiit, ibe Kund* dd liK BimtH i*- iJw divine idol. It miiy be noUced Uut

'!^t

thought and an untenable obviously an sfter-

G,

, Mu^zin
. iirt-

will

SKJEDt sifuctujres

fllQ

over

ttie

wodd (most

of

them

since converted

^ .^3 "'^'

winding

=nd do^ acc^t a iob which iiv^tv^ ^iT^^P all tds staircase .f severe hundr^ .lpa

contained &1i those four jndwoo. ramioleums aiid churches) noticed CRidely nad up. meuffiilitimi. Tht ftre-piw m&y be 9ei inlaid in edificci EK)ric. di^e Vedie mcriD-ctrctilts m&y be

;7J^.r?>^ou^^ .--^on and exh.u.lon. .n.^. : -e day under trip ^d il d^

five

iim

a day. He

will

^^'muU

i.

bound to

iDch it ;hose misrepresented

mauaoleums

in De\hi and

Agirt

Bd timq^bODt

the re^ons currently domitiated

by Islam.

Tta ta^c bundin.-H[>clt was of nine horizontal and nine vertical Mv^aa Bu i fraph-faper. The SI squares or recUngls t or
^iiicAii
.

^
to

si.t hi* call for

mina^ Mo.^, when ther. .r. two or four which minds in determining fron. he in two or four prayer evei^d^y- A^ ^'"^ ^^ r^^^^;
ai*

^^u^

u^

drcukf plan) raulLtns therefrom were given

flpecific

Tim knkc fonnfctffiuld be expanded orconiracied aa requirsd.

te incient buildings are very extaisive the tow(^ ^T^^!; widely


cut. to

prayer

giv^ from

different towers so

Tw

dofiv

wu

known a Amalaka and oonsLlluted

na^"^

rp>m rmn one another wiU reach different audiences. *^^^^J^ ihouM be realized that whenever and wherever ^**^^ J^^ symmetrically ple-^

^^
^ mo^

"^

lowCTi and

whether they

at^

faontti403nd

v kiuare ainjciures.
And
ell

The dom

also >ynibflltM<5

90-calIed T^'Muilim, Thia detaU would also indicate that >W


*ftwrnl

ibtaiflopy thaiUTimj both divinity

it^yalty.

the

wory

faa*ly are captured tempiea

"^^"^ ^

Tht dame

not te

MusUm
iui

pattern.

The Kaba

tnipfe

hiMtt>ttaMuibndorolBtnictureinpre-MaBlimtlmi9.Everai^ iiHo Mmiltm hffidfl and dKorUvi

''-cslled

^^^ *tof

M*i(iue4 Sans MInareti


a. Bstoric structures advenLs*d Unrer ali minaret. For inst^ce. the

ortianwnUl

dom&

t hk|

to be

repUM^ by

ita

ceOmipresnt ^tf

M>nra-Ume
n<i

M^^^^"^^ w called mo^

m
^ritelW-MAsI^n
Agrs and

JZ
k *

-nw

tvP no

Muaiir

so-called JflTHH Masjid |p^.^ minarets Ibaugh ihay ^^5 J*^''**^


itie

fandcfd

by scholars

is

based on a wrong prwumpWon

,(^^
fl^
^\

^n,.iiJnglv -ccepi^

mosque

'

built

by Mu^lb^

mm^^

r,ert?5*ry

myths parading es histon, and crtHsqi^istiortinsr whieb is so ess^Ual in


f ufivfrififd

*^

bistoric buiJdinga in ajuntries ed thai irs^'

^di

Smij
"n

^""^^^ ^"^ '"""*

""^ ^^^

"'^"^^'^

Afib*'

l^clc

="^

^^g
rtut

^^^^
"^
tn^r\tn!^
^gj^
10

en*

captured pre-lalianic Prices. buildings are Talam BKrbilciLure of its own, nor did ii vnp dopt

WhDe
(tnicWTW

inosques have on the one hand so caJled


which pre no< rrosque* but are

tin

in thtf

SOth certLuty

mausoleums bav*

in Agro and if>5i^. ihe Tej ih& Cd 4jto mifuntfi- F^ Gallery in Rjjapur have towera it th^r Cumlwi iliu ihe WhJspeHtTE TTiHS W^?^ P'^''* ^^^ the so-called meusot^^ four wmfn.

MaH

ha^

^'^"joat

its

when Enediaev^ orthodoxy U betwved edge, a Muslim retains Ha uncompromiaiOB.

odaMve stance.

nuBCcan"^^^^^^^^

^
'

capture and misuse Hindu or mosques and mausoleums but if asked La


will
it

He

^^^^'^vth^K
^^^
^'

himself, a Mualinn wOl see to


'

that hi a

new structure
TtvA Fanoik

ift eflpLurwl

templw*

""tinted

or

tinted

"

with any non- Muslim

trait.

jUutinwiiiqil Orientation

^^^

bizarre,

adopt eschewing other un-sjTnetrical. askew shapes. Mua^ms had no

forms make$ Islamic structures

TT

daptw on
flf

churches, in the Encyclopaedia Britaraiica ntA^

"^1^ mse
llassHre

Qm.

mofft

thf aad5t churches in

Europe are astronomfcaUy

century when they cwild the sn^ buildiniis until pple and misappropriate their buildings.

mh

Historic buildings

which betray Vedic

trtits are raptured

Mrdu

1W
titentioji

ti a

very

\-iia]

detail

which seems to hevc escaped

tht

prtperty ignorantly
il,e

ot Kho\&n. Christian and Islamic theolou^ has no


an the

pW
'a

Hindu

c^dited to Islam, To somehow explun Bway to have been raised by MuaUms traits of buildings supposed

for

astronomy white

VedJc tradition, every day

invested

jcttfflare
tdfti'

wSh
Ofe
1b

Bitrayimlcai aignifjcance. In fact

every

moment
a!

of a Hindu
is

bflve

patrons. assumed that Hindu workmen employed by Muslim Muslims must hs^ bewi allowed a free hand or that

hu n Btranomlcal

aspect That is
.

why

the

manac

a necessilj

Talsed their

y orthdoi TCndu
{

household.

All

VedJc rituals and cereinonia

tn

prtwnffd by astronomical conaidera Lions. This should convince

Those ars buildings with the debris of felled temples. chroniclers say that ihey blunderaom^ assertions. When Muslim mean b that Ihey demolished temples to raise mosques what they
reiTflged

Uitfiiffr

among other points of evidence auch as


tint
all

their rwtEungulsr

end desecrated temples to misuse

them

as mosques. Muslim
buildings to any

V*dk BTo^nd^pkaa)

ancient churehea throughout theworid

dunivinists

themselves never credit their

n]

TirtiBf Vftdlrttmpl^.
It *fl! iJso

Hon

Muslim architect or

workmen. Tti^

inveriably quote somi:

turn out on investigeUon that the so-calld

mosqua

nclilious

JHdmwiwletim 1 in Mu slim cmjnlrt

?~^ ^J

w are

^ivi
al

go aatTOnomf caUy orlentd


biJIdirvBS-

Muslim as the architect of the bufldings they fmpl^*thwnselves raised. Even if Hindu wori^era were
th*

clsffi^

MueEtm pricOw waa to oidHdualt living

*n]

not

muke do with coptur^


givi

construction

be

closely

monitored
(s

by

M^sU

ibeft_

i< the otet *,ho botld.

commumUea

are to plunder

iupftvtsot^?
Of msuscijfium

And

if

the material supplied

mosque for Musiiffl


? Thtartfumen

^^

""'^

<rf

Saracwk

erchitectufe

or

tndoSflrflCJi^'^

si alw mngquea ^nay have been raiaed with temple-debris ^^ on at leaat three counts. One is that Muslim invsd^ii theft deir*. How **^^l<hi temples because Ih^ hat*d its Ktndu

how con a Hindu temple be built from it

US
irt
y, *j

..indl*"

f^

"^

,^ ^nnjhic

"J^* but tLio fn religiQua buHdingi nni th* vUu* conceptions of the ngurea go. for the Mmlimi
flOl

onty '"

^""*

'^

^^'^

*"**

WUm lhi

tla

S "^'^^rmusA
Incl-iPhinfi

n^er be represented.archiiecture onginfttw in

^^^'^^
-n

^'^'^^^

dr^mstancw
'"'"'"'^
'*

Ihe

p.

eaiunpUcn

rml
^fJoed

-^t^
1^

W^^^^

^'^

^^'^

^"^^ -"rb

J
'

t^^l",
frf**^

VcdiC

AT^hUcctwr.

^'^ ""^^^"^
'

unwarranted.

RiE^ora of note E.B. jUrwiy Wwtfira

HaveU (author of

l^
ii to

^Qed

Iniiin

Arehit^ure.

Hiptorjv

frorfl

Lbe

first

Psychology, Structure a,j MuhsmmadeJi invasfon to the Present i>iyj


It*

Ihf mtj/ <e


stooTut^lv

**"

"K^^'*"

<^'=''''^^ ^^*^ ^' historic arehitsciur^

volume. VedJc cultur* has bcn the primonilji ^ dit*"7Vpj^ ^j over the world, it should be dear that Grwk. architecture is of Vedic origtn. And a number i all other ^"^ authors have indeed suapected tbst link. Tha "di ceniina *' ^'^ rationale of it all mi. provides the nttsessary
,

S"^

-II

bum&n
in t>iJs

Vedk

culture, and,

^^^

^i*ins the ^uni* expis""


y,toriDl

Hindu

in style,

concept and execution,

^denc,

Ttabert
},

Bum

observes

"The Romans were

the p-esiest buadera

^vorid

CriiiBstng other

Western authors Havel] observes. "AH

ihesa
that

^l^m
rl^t
We
UflEi to

has ever seen, but they never succeeded in developing architecture. They were an arch -building of decorative
artshitectural nation.

n^oHjCfpticna bav^ their root in one fixed idea.


tnie ifisthrtJc feeUnjf has
thit ftTTithing feally

The beHef

They

failed to

pniduce luiything

BIS

alwa^ been wanting


in

in the

Hindu mindj

gigantic mort thn

or grotesque imitation of Gre^ art/**

ff^i

Indian art has been suBife$tKl or

bxroducsd by forff^ers

Tht pei^fsent habit of looking outside

the Romans thst thfl? were have noted in our study of were dedicated to Vedic deitiei. Vedicr culture. Their temples

of EndJi for the origins of Tndian srt

must

necessarily lead to

fillse

EvBi today

oondu'tofii."'
[n

Contftr^ to the b*tief of


drvvkt
Qrf

Wesiem

scholai-s^

Muslims were

so

V(dc

sUtues of Lord Shiv stand at sev^^Bl public fquira obvious that the temples dedicated to iLaly. it is, therefore, deities and architecture ttaties should be of the Vedic style Their
.

tHjildtng

aoim^

thai

inv^er? Uke Mubamnied Ohaznavl


to spare Htndu

tsd Tkmpdajn are on record to say Lbat even to repair the Hljidu
bufldui^ ^h*^ had csptuped in

West Asfa they used


|;eneiral

with those of the Greeks, aa obserwl above. Greek Hindus in ddlhi snd architecture were the same as those of Ibe architecture irdli IS noted by us elsewhere in this volume* If Horoan

vm

Identical

tMHni

ifid

uxhitKta from tbe

maagacre and march them

waa tss ornate


(hit

means than Vedic architecture in India, that only


less

wi>r^*fmt to Uir

own

landa,

the

Ramans were

industrioua and les& aesthetic

Tb^
and

<J!>pti

TVifiMljtai

chronicles use the

word

'huild'

but

in

WsVun

Vedic architecture only to the extent of taD

pillars

f^
^1*1

*Wti

and big halls,

KiA

nd

woni 'buiM' almost always means

repair off^KT

mliuK,

"AL Itome (is) the vault of the old well -house of the csfAol ^'%

tr,

^"u"^

"""^ ^"^^"^ ^""^^ ^"t any fusion


>*ni*rk,
'

lheTutUanuin...,au atones) clamped tofeth^ with h-on

they 'lOdtln'J^

TiZ!

Tu ^""^*^^^"re ^ ""^ ^U

with the greatest hati^d


-li,

^d enmH^
antithetic*!

fact

iskmic

sr-

i^

^> Five J Ji^utlJon Thousand


J*

"'

a^*^Years of Art of India, by Mario Retort Sum, Ffl^ JCXIX. Rome and the Cwtpogna. by
A
(^..London. 1871.
bjr

*ifhtMBH

'^^-^^H^.b^^^,^^ obov.

'^ rihp buTOduciion to Rome and the Campflgna.

R B**

m
S0P
i"

r^ lv^l-ha'
The iiii9 of ., in tt line

En

bd.8

1^

currently ref^rr^ t^ ,,

"^

'^'Jnflt^d es ^tf desig"^ ^VHTTE

^^

old

trsditloii

aUu the Chief Emtive-, the DHAVALA GHUHA whkh is the Sanskrit
the King's

HOUSE.

Inddenlfilly even the

Whiteh^

^lfy^
Jjj

^^^

jj^

4jja

aam^ Vedic heritage

The

tem Whh
II3 aana^frit

Romen Quadrata on

thi?

Palnline wero noi

^
I3,

tfli^**"

^^ a paper issued
f p^val Fstrfka.
"

by the White House,

of w,ll. but wnaiat^d or

squa^

^two (Soora.
Such
gfllrt

(we opening inward g uid Ihe olher oytMrar^,/

,^^

p,p*r

i^

fl^ifrt!^'

"''^^''lutBdambari

^,^ available written by the Sanskril pundit. Banahhaita,


.

A description of what that Whit* Hoys? in two famous Sanakrit dassfcs - Kinha

BW i

3 "^P '^"^'^

'" " ^"^^"'^ art^Uclufs

^^

flflo

'^^*^^e
of cenlira] Tlaly obtained iheir -WheUier the tarW InhaWtanl* mosl impartanl principle (viz. of the arch) tn kncfflwSife of Lhis IrtdiiiMi ^''^m Eas^ni ancwtors, or whether they
by
indepeftdenlly for Ibemaelves cannot be determined
'^

reign of Harahevardh^ a king of haUmv^i during the account has also been left for posterity by the

J^;^eller. H.entaang.
tfflditional
I

Vedic features enjoined for the ffindu Chief

building

*'b

Dbava]

Gruha bave be^

reflected

In

every

deUE

in

diffco^'ered It

^'te House in Washington


ipMewDelMFirst

O.C, ai^ the U.S. Embaany

bu!ldiii

schoVsra undecided so far thauld %acb dffubts whjcli have kept

Hi

that the arch by th evidence fumished In thia arehitecLure. Consequently ihe b in impwtirL ffflturn of Vedic indJcalor of ihe universal ot of the arch aH over l8 an importanl
dnarflJ

volume

and garden with pavilions, dcaipatad come wldeopen lawns garden. uGnahaUdyan i.e. mansion
The enttBnce Uj ibe

previiHioe of V?dic |{0(wleds^

and Vedic adtninisLratimi

all

over

Ohaval Gruha known as Gruhavagrabad

Uw Hwait

worid^

ns

(be pilsoe

where guarda used to be posted*

Vedic Trvdilioitt of ihr ^^Itltc

Hdus

Tba mansion

bad two or more stories with two aymmetrical

A mystic airwli Of ttniformity that ran* through


TiAdt

human
ftself.

affaira

ilurcu^ near the entrance*

oproion

in the aphDrisiD

history repeats

TbeDhsval Gruha
It (1

was a square or rectangular

structure

known

A praphtc jUiinrBUon of

ii la

the

DHAVAl.A GRUHA

[tartly

Smjsvana around a central

water pool and flanking covered


their

WHITE HOUSE)
ef kflomeiwi

enjoined for tb

ha^-of

Hindu stat* by ancient

wrrtdors. *iy

ibe pool had fount^s, and water -channels couraed

v^dictradiUon, nndingiiaoount^rpari several mOleniaandtbousaniifi

Ibnwgh the main haUs,


the eid sleeping accommodation was provided for on flooo which also had a pavilion open on all four aides but
roof

vny

from Ind3a

in

the United States.


the
''tWf

Whin

Iv

mar* ev&i the American Embassy building and


House
in

wWourinj Htmevdt

New

folio* Delhi unwittingly

eupponed by
the

pillars ,
-

known Thai pavilion was

^^"Wbala

I.e.

Mon Lounge

mmH

on for cool refteelion

V*^

of

8Ut under the benign innuence of a pleasant

moon on

^'"^i>il9.
P.

XXtv,

m.
TtB

The Chandragbala
living

ud

to be usually at

tberewtwuce.
The

" ^ XXV

tirt.

"Oyal

qua-tenr were

known
famSy

$s

*1Sm Mukhyaabalfl

mnt

for

gatherings, u"*!

tt

,boU*
V(J^

fHindu) lemP^*
.,..

"

aV^';;;;! human
"'^"\
,i,

lire

^ same tj^t The


"

<J^t*d fnsm top

to

botUjm wfth

unwittingly

wnUnuM

in

ao- called
*^f

Chriatiam catbedrels because Lh*y

wm

j:^'^^.
The t^

end archflM]oJal.lbe late tnJdriea( scbfllsr boo.

..W

Vasudevai^ Horsh Ch^r^u ^ E. s^^;^^

V "

''^^^^-flian Ci-e

Krishna J

and other Vedic tcrai^,

^^^^ observed ihal

ihe Rl Fort^

Mb and Agra ! h^
T**

Ijslill

"' ^jotu -vmbol

oTtcn proUferaitea, It appears aa the


^j.

hdy
hummfty

through the various Bpertmffit, ctia^^^ ""^^''^


Ljp

as a
of

\ ^ tua

j^^g

apgjj of Hrchea

and as

t cap on the

to serve as a perpetual reminder to

*'"^j^ g life like


sh
lifta

the lotus which though growing through

the

Dthffl-

jqarimenLs

^
i

Vvii>->miihhoon.i i.e.
liie

Cn^ha used to i^ gymnftsuUn end Snengruha ^ias DhMi^^j


in

the

Dhavg]

"^^^^^

*'"'
.

^i

body well above it, ia ckan, its Iwvea aWnw the (mundane) water to sliqk. and sh*di
it$

royal bsih ^llh

running hot and cold wato-.

Um

inside the bath were kncwn as YantTidKari jascBds and (mmlaina streams. Some more apflitmmlj tndttdpj contrived foiints and
f

ffagrwice. I 5fft
Iltfiii

and Animals

Tjf^gniha

mwiing
tetchefl;

the royal cbflpel and

alUr for

njyal praj^
^

^d ndigioii3C^nionie5,
-

Toj^afcamianU

awal^

paviUon Mahan^s.

the

myal

Sangeeia

Bbawan
and

for ballet dances

mi mnk
(tbi

^jnflHTiity

figures are featured wi temples to remind Homan and animal includes all Idnds of Ufe. g^iila that earthly ew$ience

pTOgrtmrnes;

Ayudb-shala

CarTnt>ury)^

Adhjkaranmandapa

BWi(y 43 demoniac
isstia.
Till

CMrf tacuave'3

Secretariat)

the

Ahai-Mendap

It.

^presented by saints, devfls, ligere, Ufflrds, and that man baa to coeast nuns, musidans. snakes etc.
afl

ibem

89 part of the divine creatiwi-

The White House

alias

Dhava]

Gmha

thus symbotizes a

?tranB

IndcSccoa
Kmnefcrtig teUMlpvout
cap*lating

Bcinl
ihe
worid.

Uti SiBt

between India cidtua] bond of haflowed Vedic tradition other countries throughout
of

i^

Amenca and

with what temples in India are richly decorated scenes such as people and atheists describe as erotic
lestic!^. These

Even the Yugoslav State guest house


Russia too has a

in Belgrflde

is

tatfwn

human couples and womi caressing male


scheme of procreation which

a ihe While Palace.

White House.
the tu

Ibt Bhaval Gruha was inlended to impress upon ptau^ iSminiitraior the need to prtjvide a neat pure simple,
, .

mechanism impress on every visitor that sexrelaliona ai* a rtbe djvine need to be sublimaial
*^
(a

^ n
^

trifled

d*Hn and unostcilalPoua administraiion fr from any filsehtifld, cujinJng and The Tejo Mabai*^* dKeiiticm
,

^^ ^"
^

TlJ^t with as profane, promiscuous, profligacy.

weddings everywhere

were meant to be Ved^^ngs

i,e.

la

'^^s

KncUfied by Vedic chanta only for the limited pufpow

Miha]

ift

though

Agra and the socaHed BliM-Ka-MakatjarB In A"'*^^ ancient mittaken for Mushm mauaolewnfl are

*^Pfre6Uon and not for filthy, carnal rvdry.

tmplfl' palaces.

^^ tcnpleg of the Orisss


ihe entrence the

n^oa

and at Devagf-i

fort.

"

^"*<t

s^iabdiwii. Cija Gaja-Kesari (i^-*flft)

3M ^ J^di
crouching
.lepHfliii

^rm^^m^^

by a sn^ribg ij^

1^

L.CU.T.. though .ugM to be ^bdul

^.
too-

miBty imd of el^h^ti.. p^^,^^^ ^d conquered w,th |i^

^^
,^ UNIVERSAL VEDIC
MARRIAGE SYSTEM

in a btrth-chaK. MooTi-Jupitei- conjuction for ttw sou] in Min^l^^'cal bespeak of a sublime

This

.ame

reserved in Vedic G5ft'Kesflri^ epitbel is b^IixJ^

Such a

^^
consolidated the Briti^b
Ipljjl9tn

do indwd

mUivmn^^

tb^

rule ovct India arty

concepts began ^'^^^tujy, European

tBl^^lJ^J^
l,bortt

^^^ European wedding wh* i ccupla can araagistrat*. in a trice by priest jnan and wife
' "

innuencing tbelndJM

Vedk W-rri-e

Ritual

TT

Jd cut

derate ritual the Indian wadding bad bei >n A, -aainst tbat attended by hundrftda <sf rdaliwia . over four or five day^
iudf
flro in front of a sacred

Ttw marriage rUds wbo had tn be hoiiaed and f85ted.the bride and gn> ^th

v Klanaiied

bdnf put thmuRli a

of Vdic ntimber of oeremoniM to the thsnling

mot

priesta for at leart half week. by a group of prxjfossioma

h comparison the Western mode of marriage in a tri w,


la

uppeartd

be ibort, quick

bMMj* they
front of

doubly it and sweet. To the couple it waa eech other in oould immediately embrfti^ and Wsa

the

whole gstbering.
in the Blbl

ObUUu Wedding Not Rooted

^
T^

ft

is
E3fi

usually believed thai the


the

European Christie wading

mjle while the

Kndu

wedding
all

is

nsoted

in the

Vedw^

ii

i miaconcepUon.

Mamagea

based over the world ar*

^urfv!jyoft Vedictredition.

^i

Vedic

pmcUce which

enjoin* that

maniigw

^^

-^^'^

by praf>eBions3

pdU who

J* tdmlnieirtton and

m
socIbSt

3B7

mafnLmonifl]

mm
tf
ifi*
i

*lde<rt,
tije

publicity through inviUrtima

mi

puhifc

^'f^

jj

iH)nidered the

^(bfitio^'

foundslton of tfl the

most sancUmonioua bEaii n a bappy home whm the pnjgmy

io"*"'^

^aSUp-

\^

keeping with the divine design of pUnnad,

tenainology In Vedic

m$rriag& are known


grahflna

es
'

Paanlgraij^

1>*^ riUiBi muke nH t/w diff&^na in trattsforminf MHtt and f^ iiideceitt $nd limg&ous into wiut j'sputtfe. ''Sk ^^^^
^"'^
proves thai the Vedas are God "s own worda to last and leod to a marriage anywhere, desired

,rt^

pssni

signifies

^e hand. whOe

gignifie,

gr^i^

or ctHspinaIj not

EuTBpean exprtasEOO the $iim* namely


.

' '

giving the

bride 'i

(I'fectly

ibe bride "s hand in mfljrt^-i lamdtamBrriBge" and "taking <or Muslim or Jew or any oihjri the so called GiristiBn
TTierBfor*

^j ^ ^^^ md hannv bam ^u!

*rv

domesUc

Ufe^

must be solemnaed

with

Vdk

narri^ea

in fart

Vedic 'i^am-grahans'.
gEiskrit derivaUon
la

of the

word wedding and

the Vedic

Bot Uiat

is

not U, Tbere
is

plenty of

more

evidence,

tlu

>hnd

it

terms assix:iated are also corroborated by other

onLin tmninology

Vedic Sanskrii. To get * clearer ida kt

^Uttdtbuaband-wifebuam^s,

eooBder i GCHinectJ sde*i?3il.


Ii(ird9iahe

insider the kin

word wedlock
'

'

It signifies

man

and

woman

When people meet and greet one another atl over the mtria th^ usually daap each other's hand in a wsrm band- shake.
lJi*rally- speaking

'betel

togetha- aa

husband and wife

for the rest of their Ihrea

h Vedlc

that

is

also

paani-grflhan'

However

the

LjtfwcTd of
irn) i

authority, because Vedas are chanling with divine Vedic the cosmos. entrusted iQ hnmai^ily at the start of

Cod.

diBtinction

between a casual

formal greeting hand -shake

dfijping or the bride *s

'wedding' itsdf.
the l*itr
ii

hand by the groom is ingrained in the word while The former ia never dubbed a wedding'

All !b*

Christlsn

weddings too observe tbe Vedic

trtdiliom of
into a knot.

t^
TMl

invariably referred to
is

a wedding, precisely

be^i^Mr

ends of the bride's

and groom a apparel

whOe an everyday handshake


i

chsnu, never accompanied by Vedlc


necesssri'i'

groom's clasping of the brtde'a hand must


bry sicrtrf

midtai knot symbolizes

CMm
i

ind

Koompinied

Vedic recitals because

that entafla

Hf*"^^

adheiwa

to certain strict

norms of conduct. This


word
spelled us
'

should 0**^^

wytim
'

to the fad thsl the

Wwlding'

^^

^
ii<

mmusl knot to symbolise ibetr

union. thar physical and psychologica) tied mte Lady Diana of Britain too had their appai^ some y wedding in London

Pnnce

l^ng

a marital

Imot

is

too only becauat a hoary Hindu custom


'

'^

Vdlc.

iTwse woi^ "knot

and

'

wedlock

'

transtatima are exact

wbl 1^ ehould leave no one in any dowbl that Twxttkm to be Chrifitan ( or MuaUm or any other) wedding?

Vldiijg'.

ThU

^^

Vedic,

Sansbit tenii Vivaha Bandhan

tn

iM

Vedlc riUuila. This also incidentjlly proves what

ta

^^

*tow* namely ihat Vedic culture has been

common

heritsg*'
,

BwlcElly stxual relaUons are conoidered indecent "'' and an, ihei^ore, conduced in lofliminr and privacy YetrnftJ^^

f^f^i

^ ^

^Wilder the wonl husband '.Tlirt i t> ^^^^" w*t 'huH-bandb' where ^hust^ is the 'hwid" and U ^' becu the the hinda of Vedic ritual literally Ues
'

^^^ ^

'

^j
ui^

be

rehftbil3tat*d in the

groom

' fimfly,

y,},^

^^

Iini

w i^

bride.

BHdt
ffo* looh

ih*

*Vidbu%

Aftfl- th

word 'brid^\ ThP Saitakrit equj^ii^^ discontinuftnce of SdnskHt educaUtm


In

women connoent with whom ibe ^ nioTn ^>*^*J* tbouabts. n^a snd difTiculliea, if eny. ThwefoTi. pnivide for inymate adult *mnn ffl^'^dinn F**^"^ ^^ **^^*^^ ,vTth the bride for a few day? to keep Mim
' ^

*''^K

wt>i

hH

^ experienced

^''"'^

atrangor. called her hyiband, bjdt^

^jjfidenl^

^ ^p^Lprnal home
.

until she feela confident to

'

sail

^j,/^

England, thf

word Vadhu came

lo be miaukenli^

^thJi"^
pj,

''^

Pnanouno^^

ber c^

family. This bridGamaid-cuatom ^^^ nevi

fithfulily

liler B* 'bride. ^jirtju' ind

^^^^
^f^g

Western Cbristmn weddings

also

prov^

that

jljjer^ed

to be Christians (Muslims or JewiJ loilay

^1 Iho*^ Vftdic trsdition

deseendBiita of people

who were members

of a onltary

rwgnize$ a

woman >

pflraonatity Ui be v^

^.^vedic community.
jrfauirmmia!
"

frBjfc ind yei


tbfl 1

v7

precSoug, I5ie gold. Therefore,


left adrifi

Ja^,

(l^^^^

woman musi never be

lo fend for
,

heraelf. Tiir

thij fither

bff

must protect her during childhood the husband duHnj ttltJLbwd and the aon during her old age. Consequently, it*
equivalent ftlderiy

Lerm

matrimonial

"

wemingly Western and

Christim,

KifBCtVe^c-Senskrit.

f*tber (or an

ber custody and honour to


responsible .

must foimaUy ntTMJi s auitsWe groom (a *ell-ttjshtn|


guardian)

-nsWt Vedic parlance the trm

'

metri-mane

la

l>Ti^-^-^)
'

atrmg man ) whei marrying her off That formal handing uvtt k known M Einyi-dan in Vedic Sanskrit parknce, Eurepei
' '

.J^Tb

litlonship forged with .

mind

(rnsna) to

ic^

in(*hediood (matri).

ChriiUini too,

to this very i&y,

sacrosonctly follow that


'

Vedie

dictum by observij^g the fonnality of


ifl

giving

&vny the bride


as

'

thtWBti
thei:

KtuiS

modem Western
to

practlco

women generaUy
away
is

marry on

W^,e the
onui&lysia'

terra -KKViugal

'

am

be

rogmd

to te Sislmt

an. ipumLng the idei of being given


anybody

mer*

chittd t^
divlw

anybody. This Vedic practice


"l

based on the

The &nskrit word


tlinlfies

"yugal'

{pronounced jusal' *
^

m^y)

dlctam that a fociety which doean


In

protect and enshrine

its wtwnffi

'

couple

'

Hcun

family -life

gcU

disturbed

and

destroyed,

tn

^^
fiot

The nr^t syUable 'con

'

ought to pronounced

as

t^>^8*n'

i^

Will-QrdH^ Vedic family the


i tls

man

ia

tn^? the central pols. the


famlli^ cff^^*^

u
In

-kon

'

ndius and tlw duldren the circumference of the

Thtti VwJic Injunctions totiUy nil?


rott for wcBtioi.

out a prostituHonal or

nJght

^slu"

^d^\
'

pronundation of because the aJphabeUcal mean "wholesome.

J=

T^e worf ^Son'

i^P^;
i^y^.

t-

term Consequently, the Senskrit %ines a couple joined by wedding for the feUcitoua
blissful

In Sanakrit.

'^^^^

Bride "tMld

^^9
^'^

Ewy
**

W^ftern w^dln^ providoa for one or mor J^^*


i,

^8
^^t

objective of procrtation.

because sheer s**"*^^!yT^ Western Chmu^ but prostitution. Consequently, the


.

bHie. Tbi.

vaiy thoughtful,

far-sighted

V^o c^^_

conjugal is also Sanskrit

Vedk.

A brid*-to.u H Hka

. plant trtnaplajried
glri

from the n^*?^,

Shirtrtrlnji

RIm
{a

to a ft.- fd, An *J<dBcent

upt*d

parental l<^ frtim her

* VUc marriage

aolamnizfid

hy ahowefing

i^

"Pl*

"

m
^j,^,.(tan,

m
Uwt *W1* on wrth lhy may
nervflr

the
short of
tf***'
'(

honorinc preHx uh wjih hin name, th^ lir neme has always best LrBdiUoniilly linM

rrtefrtJon

^y^j^
^^

^C^
tasUnrt
"***

wiih her

Mr. -- Mia- and


dte that deroKdi^ry ditcrtminatlon to which ^*
' '

marrissw In the West meiictilou^j^ Sb^c^ff) ChrisUan


10 tl^

'^^/^nwomen-gllb. women "5 IftJ'


<>f

proUeonlsla prot

l(?norantly

as

Vedk custom

Uns ai will be 8pfiar<?nl


all

from the foltoJ!!


daJlEcs

womm

repcrt which
Elw

WW

earned by

Iwding English

ihrwgC

%L-L

In

order B world

" dictaled by tbe chfluvhtatlc mrie

wodd on April 19, I37S. "Al the weddiry dI Fori Ijud^^^ stira Chna Evert und John Lh>yd, ai Ftoridi, USA. ^ lifiEua whirh wjLh rice supf>lJa by ihe eon ipKifllora showered ibem pol[ce^._
Al 7

IW pullt.
i^j, accusation
't

or r^uae atao

arifioi

frwn an Isnoranc*

of

Vedic heritage.
Isw-ifiver,

P.M

pollt* ofR5- iold '^P t^**d Ihol ihe couple

was

w^
rici
<;jr

then Bslied

who's

got the rice?


in

When
laitr

it

was discovered

that

huJ

bwn

overiooked

the cflrerd wfdinff plans, a squad

MunWil*""^ ^ while the B^--ai that

the Creal

Manu

had

thoughtfully

mere male can wJthaUnd

a blew or iwo

was deapatctied.

A few minutes

distnTwted five baifs of rice

a pairolinan retDmed aid to the crowd.

rTjnjugh and lumble of a


hia
-r 1

crvel world without any serioua dimajje


BofUiesa
a society

psyche, the gmoe and pera* ^ Injury to his


'i

woman

personality needed

al)

the protection that

lUtt SiKWD Eves At Miullm Wddii3i

^afford.
tbefeforfln

custom oT the bride walking iniQ ber mariUJ hDmc ovfT a kicked mraBure of Hce is observed even amori^ MusILrji,
Tlte VedJc

Msnu has pinned

the primary reaponaJbllily tor tbi


father, that

weD'bcinj of
of
Oft

young, unmarried daughter on her


her huahand and of the
tliat
it

IS wfU be epp&renL from a newsfiaper report of the

meniH^

of

Ags Khui

N,

spfritudJ

heed

c^f

20 milUon IsmaiUcs

In

^ CDuntriHi,

a married
her son,

woman on

elderly

mother
Eta

and warned society

must never
must not

ahirit

few yurs bick,

fHjnndbnity to protect
thil

women

and

t>i*t It

leave

women

Ite report uid


principtlity

the

Chief of

Hunia, mounLaHUJua
calls
its

ia rid

hounda. for themselves amidst exploitative aadal sharJo and

nar

AfghanisLan,
Ui

whkrh

slill

niler.

Huni.
bridi]

conirihund 50 parts

As a pirt of that thoughtful arrengemenL a


lUlUB es Miss or

woman
who
is

i maritiJ

be strewn alonj with ric* far the

eoupit to step over et Aga

Khans

Mrg. was invariably made a pert of her name

man-JB^e. The Aaa Khan

ii

i dUttfi of Itoi. Hiv followers, the Ismailifla ere Shiaa.

ttut the
fiir

society at lar^e ahould be

dear

aa to

rcsporisibJf

her well-being

and protjection.
the
'

AH luch
iad
lidBinie

nvraied above prove ihat ao- called Christlw w][]%s emuiaie from Vedic IradiUon. From this or*
ileuilj

h the case of unmarried women


Efi

Miss

'

prefix always wt^'e^

iMj

ferto reach a wider ooncluslan namely that ss pff itttUtton divinity did Indeed beulow numkind irtlh tbe Sanskrit boola or knowledge tihe V3m> which codify Ihe niles governing tbs

*lfc

ipM

fmind her friends, relaUons, and well-wishers and the community


lirge thai

they mutrt

all

find a proper

groom

for her

So-

^^

"

of th

term ^Miss' waa a kind of a coiwiant matrimonial

*!
iwy
NiM

"nd

i^ n,l whkh mu g^wem human

nffairfl.

al tl to "^^"rily the Mr^, prefix served as a wanting Bid hoUm <JJ cftfusmed open to ofTe that the woman concerned was no mar* ^ "dvanB for marriage.

KUrt of ih( world tbmit 20) mUlion y,r^ ego.

nd

iHri.

l^'n^J

Ucb^^ ^L

whll*i

nun-i numi*J lUtm

i^

"*^*^

Bdii

provision. tnd proWcUvfl

Is

being cyrrently

^^^

^i^

perverts people s (^ bisU-rr

outlk.

memorable evenla uid f* ^^ng Tor ^ bistflrical record and ^l valuable tfT "*^T\-i 83 a (^ jj^ ^ |i**^ ^^^tions iJi bealth and fortune of evet^ per^oti 'a Ufe. " Vedic system astrologBrg are intended lo be eipen
EStral cbarts for
all

EaWv

^^^^^

blo-malhematiclan entnated

wit>i

i^

i^^^

tbe

Vdic iodil

oflJer

aysiftn tbi *bo>-.nits-83>^ acramental. sociologies] duty in the dHne is b enidna mBfJi*] ses Conaeqy^Hy $*x for sheer pleasure and of procreation.

envisages only arranged mBrriages (and ti^ type of free maUng) because the Viic

^"^

^^i9ls *^

"'^^^'^ boi-oscopes of the bride

and groqm

i^fic

cb^

^" considerations of mariUI compatibility, goad

^^^ and
Th*

Iwigevity^
is

K^^f

horoscope

a divine ch art of the mechsni sm thai constitutes


is. thtrefoi-e, as

aioymefit

is

swmb' rvkA
this

out-

AcUjiBy
Is

Vdlc dlctujn meafii by divinity foF

humsn bdngj

^
-

and human personality

sdentific a document
airship

building, the design -drawings of an BTound-pl^ of 8

by humans ibemselves on aniinal entrepreneurs who aim at breeduij and plsni life For instance, maOi^ aiid enforce controlled nnUng quility animilB rule out free chicken, dofs. borses and mllcb-catll*. aiiL'icfll insanination on

Wnc

uiicffisoously enforced

consider

scientific impoftance of the horoscope let i^liic the higb few eitamptea. Jn the cUnic of a physidan we notice

<ir

If

maa

as

endowed vith superior intelligence and power enforoa

picture of a

icitiHs

bumsn skeleton 'Riat indicates that Western medical drainage chart. But thift regards the human system as a
identical

socfa
{

resuictions on anlmfil&

do^

it

not

sund

to reason thai

dlvtnJiy

endowed with more power and more iniellieence than humans J ihould tosM on siiiillar arrant mating < i.e. arranged mamsBSs)
undfrtiwTi
]\ is

dim wai be
it^y or I

upon fret sex, to enaure pedigree


p*djfTw
's

human

coward

or lean person, a handsome or or pauper and a brave pw^on individual, an affluent person doctor 's Those considerations don t ordinarily enter a
for a fat
.

bedngs?
alnilRtJona.

that

ideal

which

Is

dearly outlined In thf

gr^

further and Ayurv&d (the Vedie medical science) goes a step


rapria the three

Lav- Giver Manu

r&moua dktum

humours

(i.e. gas.

phlegm and

bile)

consUtuUng

person's iinan' live pefsonality as the basic constiluwts of a

ff
msaninj
of

*ftsn

Sm;^

5^<3an irf nw^i;

flucUiating
ii

state of health

and moods.
it

"May human

beings F-ferywhere emulate the

llfe-st:^*

Astrotogy goes

the farthest inasmuch as

deals with eve^f


slaiure,

&M

foranort species of

bumans nurtured

(tndia)in tbis land


adviaffl by
"*"*"

"pert of a person's life

namely

his colour.

compEeon.

niui
liwir

undw

raental-make up. virtues, vices, life

eW* span, fortune, profession

tb Vedic ayatem eldera in tbe famfly

^t
*

Ib

iKTQ-cooiuharl* and Vaidvfts tfamfly pbjsicians) duMt tha match few their marriageabk progeny

astrolc^Qf nothing wbich astrology leaves. ConsequenUy

"^ or human
lo

through science with a profound


life.

role

icompfls^S ^^^^

The

t*iii -astrcdoer^

tbcN

d^

mlsundeffltwd

>"*"
,

"^

"

Dovtot foriAiM^tdl* bent on

oiaUng easy money.

^ placed ^i
,,

uch a comprebenstve science which the Vedic


ihe service of

^t"
peril

ItadtrtbiVadicBdologJctilsyaUim tbefamDy ^ii^-<^'^^^^'

"^^

^Ji^man bemgs tg^ore


(Including

bng3. brt^^ng pedisree human own at their


it

that shall be

West Asia}

to Cbrii^tiiuiity Sari^ly converted

^V'

t7

1-

h wt

only tiMvnfA^ <t*lf

from Vpdic martui

iw

-ii^ ^rtiminfi,

!rtrtpl. nudf pprforniiuicw, ntKbt club f^Jr

Il tov, *

AIJ thi- is

one day

Boiittf

lo

bUnK

iho world of

^" ^"^ **^' ^ humanity. ^^Mvct CTi^f* ''P*^


deformity, of "^h f*^"^*^' t foittMl'
ginpd} in*i
Ai iht
l>*

v^J ^
h^
-^j4E

di^ens* and death

spp"^" ^

]this'

m^^^

"Iff

Dnii*d Suteg of Amerlc,. freeest nalion of the conttniporiry


affltjffll

VEDIC ORIGFN OF WORLD MUSIC

broolt iiny iromnids on ihe "J do what l voiil. fi^ch doran'l of mnn, tho USA ^wrmlLi homoaexuij wdl pleese Wflden*^

U^
nlflii
irf

dub*,

lesbiwi

uruups *nd even uni

mx

mairiogea. As a

greatest of the

proors of humanity having had 4 >ied-aUrt

result

if

opposed to Ih* atnct Vedic code lucb peiy ItGfflUousneM (as BTviVvd mirri^gcs and restraint even bctwwn bride and groom
with

civilsTfltion is divine Vedic

found

in

the

univear^islity

of Vedic

tiiiHcd

Vedk chintsj

a dreadedn
in

hydra-headed omni-diaeas*

ne

current

noUon that man developed


be plausible.

langusge.

music,

hii

mide K* ippearanc?

tlw United

SLjt of America.

Thl

medicine,

from a wild. cHve-man sdaice- technology eic, beginning seem


U)

conditim Jcnown

b Acquired
to reduce

Jmmune

Deficiency

S^drome

AIDS),

it^ does noi

wMeh

tjjjnifies

louj break -down of the

bumnn

physical, immurjty

tyvion
of flofa

ibmten^

humanity to re$lering. moronic lumjB

mictvd v^th any uid ev^^ disease on earth.

Western Ul(^se, the notion that T^astmi and biependKitly of esch other is not fight.
Alt

musk

dCTdoped

Apirl fram Ucentious

Hnol

behnvjour the extreme


life

ArUficieJity

music originated

from the Samaved

{W^A

The

Kblical

tJ gon witb pvTTy sspect of American

such as p^ticldea.

Sunsved (tMMs are known as pssima precisely because the sLaniasof


(and cHhef

UK

of drags,

admin ksUrirFg peJn-ktUers to pre^^ani


a role in the appearuice of
ia

women

(<;

Vedas) used to be sung


'

in

Europe prior

to Chriaiisnlty.

nuy iln hiv*

AIDS.
in

TlieTOFd 'pgalm

Is

elso

typical instance of

how

Sanskrit words

IV

An)S coAdlUon

so deeply dreaded

the U.S-A

Ihft

the hivegot camouflaged in (so called) European languages, by


addiUiin

rrm Tmft^\Mna, frimds,

hoapital sUjtf find even undertakers

or deletion of a letter or two.

The word
'

paalm'

msy

refuBiftg to

handle ihc

paUmL

or bis body lest ihey themee^vM

1* Mtfrad to
"PdUnff

be the Sanskrit won!

'

Sama

though ihe Eunapean


additional letters auch

hss huTdenai that

word with some

Th* rtsMdy

for

!!

this

is

to live atriclly

by Vedic

rUlfiS

Bnd

<*i and Ttmain dose lo Naturt ei far as possible.

^maved
""^c.

Vti
Qiriouriy ,ouKh (iw

Along with down the ground- rules for musfc arta m dmce. painting and drama bt conaldcfed sacred
lays

^^ V^c tfKUtior. EL^tia) Tnn.ty Brahma. Vishnu and Shiva, the

t^

Wi^

vrf CbHaLtan bride wesri the

y^^^^

ai 40 Hindu bridein

VUc wJdin

7^ ^^^^1*

the nrat orchestra. Shfva Natraj, the cosmic and Vishnu ot the vnrioua modea of rhythm whUe Brahma the tJme-bent^

dai5r

Brahma

Vishnu bia clangs the cymbala-

sn

M
li^*l!|*iiie

Tbraci"^

mvsk m auppMed

to be AalAlsr,

*^*

''^

^'' "* ^"'

^ ^^ ''QiMcnilfld to Bmbu,,
i

^nKw

Vi.il>

n * fl^

""^^^^

=^"

""^

^^

[^tfl

126 deriviKve

Wnia

*'^ ^^^^^ i-SHW bc^t^

"*

{ttiv,5) and putnis (sonsj,

,i5 bid
itihe long
iriih

"Ji^3

five noles Thf leadhg riot* on * mininium of fVidj] setondsry nole (SamvadfJ ts ihe Drime Ihe
{ariii^'Bdi)

p^^

.i6=

^' r.
[p

of author speoka

'

siriking forably the Asiatic

Oibt,/'

^ctent Grtek author. Strabo

emaiii thit murtc

Vedic India.
Icrlt

infnjst^!r

Bitffidsnt

naiS end disgonant

fvivadi]

J^^

unnmouirt

Uif rirtl opponent.

^
^JT^
*

woi^

'

1'*^

aignlflH a

meWDlc

wire, snlniri nut


of naming

'

musical instrument. a of *

Thus one way

rages is aUtined to s certain hour lich of the six basic of Of the yesr and a presiding deily besujwj season ll#di.v or night pud
I

psriiadar benedJrtion and

potawy on the

^ f'l'^riimefiia U by specifying accurately or approidnatdy *''^ strung in it. An instnimenL with one wire ber of ^^^"^ ^"^^^^ ^ ^^^' ^^**^ "^^^ India) is 1^"*^ ^
.:_
i,

noie.

The HindoU U

vnown BH (WH?m)

Saptft'tar (alias Siter or Giarl.

ppropriBte for the


lewIi

brings to

evoking a mood of univei^ mind the gentle rocking of an open-eir gwljig,

dawn

in spring,

C^J Ueepak

Raga

is

pliyed during
Rflgs

summer- evenings

IZ
(It

thereabout) wires is caJled a {WS^} "Centair'H i**(th 1E, tor ' aat is in fact the Sanskrit worf cent the siylUble
'

m)

to arouse

^l^Biion. f3) Mqjhfl


t^imrtJI eouTBft.

for the
is

monsoon -season noon


momini^

hour from

(4) Bhairava

es&igned to the

noticed how 'n^ hu ban (M hiifldred). Here it may be sound as Cart/ lilted to make the Sanskrit term Shat'
'

Aopit

to October Lo

^tnke a note of Iranqunity, <&)


Fs

Sri Jttgi
iwflJgtitj,

itiprifents

pur? Ivvp, srtd

considered

f]l

for bulumtial

Bie SBnskrit
(6J hlallaunsB

word

'

Sengeet

"

connotes instrummtal musk


signiftes the

Raga

is

regarded aa appropriate for the mtdnight


bKsuse

San' sEgnifies 'accompflnying' end 'geel'

Ve&
limited Hi

musir

dMdes

the

Octave

into

22

autiea

l.fc

tenitemiUwies. Tlie corrropcnding


only 12 semitons.
v*dfi:

That

thJB

Western chromatic

acs]e

same Sanskrit word

(^f^hr)

"Sangeet'
era,
is

wsa

aibo

is

wnwnoflily

used in

Europe of the pre Christian


fceania

^jparwit
ainginj.

fnim cognate

En^ah

such as sing aong, stngB", and

T5 HVBi twde

"la^

notea are associated

with the natural

ifld

tJ

ay

of 8 bird OP anima].

imuin

Vidic miaic outlLnea ?2 scales. Sanskift literature describe*

T^
*-

lemi

'

music

these days,

used both

for

vocal

^'

fUme^nasur]. Bhargta
- muftciu,
J,

itie

ancient master -muscisJi

J^c^lal

music, originates in the Senskiit word

Maukhflt

^f^

of the moojith" i.e.

connoting vocal mualc-

Bhgiv,uir

i.e.

-^. Miaung thai VMic

ir^dJticm

one extolling divinity thrfl^^ humi" rules out profanity In ill


*s SankriUn
i.e.

-nZin r*^

wari..

. unown

ooUe^^

^*nn "vocal

is

the SwiskriL term (") the

'^c^'

^'

^^ U>
^"5l.

v:hB

'

i.e.

^^

human

voice alias speech.

<=b,^

From

the

,,

the

fhytlm.

and

tb

or Strtbo 'I Ceofrtphy.

1
IR
[iRTj
is

*
Prtim iHt

shoi3ld

be

B|)j>arent

that

L>ie

term

v
,11

iriih

BO uiful

m^sie

'"

V^

prartiw.

V^k

Sclew*
m^sic
is

of VjJic science
TTw term
gal*'
ifargle'

a deUiled technics]

eltidy

fnvohing

mwM

Sansknt since the S^gkHt iht 'thraat' and the earlier


also

"^f

j^eticuloia

tratninij

under an elderly and

ejtperienced guldt

s^Uabjf

sound produced whfle garuUntf,

^'

niP

term 'pjzile*
lyflfibles

miii%

swallow*

fs

^
^Jd
^

tj[^

of It*

musical lerminokigy is eKclusive^ of Ve.j|e origin. various tunes are all Sanskrit. The songs, mostty
especially Krishna, are
all

lan^uajes, l^e q^^^. SuniVril won3 'galsg' (stgniryang somethtrnf scni down the
Suwkrit

gut transposed

m Weslem

fnsUnc^ of

i^

deities, &f vflTioiia

Smakrit.

^BSttes

>^bich cultivate the art of

thnntj
tjj^

hu ftime to bt spelled bs guizle. This will be appareri from litamir tffm "gsniJ" that Ujo Js 'ga]ag" i.e, euianaling
ttcTOfli.

^JierstJon. are

music from generaUm known as gharanas. That again la a Sanskrit


'griha' Le. houaehoU.

l^f^
TilBin
ofitftfistes

'ghar'

i.e.

froiQ j]^

Th<?re too the Sansltrit $yllRb]es

change

places.

muaic. It has hia no science of


In

no use for music, Muate


revenenc* for aU
life

Tiner

sentiments, in a

soliciienjg

MujUm

Dcrnlcmcnl ot Music
Islanuc rule in India (1206 to jftJS

ud

a desire in

sing the praise of

dimity

as the creator and sustains

Dumg
muric
tbt

A,P>

all

oommtHal
cauits. In

^ttia mysterious

cosmos,

WH

chairl

tfl

prasLilijtionfll

revelry

Muslim

Muslim Of pro -Muslim writera


smlusitpis
Thi^ have
te

have jumped to onwarmntedi

jr9s? t Ui^* number of musicians


nill^^

f vocal Ests

as well

u
risf

from the profligate musical reveries at Muslim court*.

jMtnimerHjJIsis} got wJUy


ta

converted to Islam. This gBve

not only propatfated the

myth of

Muslim encourB^emeni
severil

iht mjith that music

was

of

Muslim

origin, that

Muslim
a

courtj

music but

have also ignorantly ssH^ribed the origin of

PBtrentrad or encouraged
cofrtribirtion inin rumen is.

music, that Muslims have made


ihtjy

ami

tniulcij

Instruments sucb a$ the Tabla and Sitar to Muslims.

to musjc.

and that

designed several musda!


Uiiillin

r>^radation of

Musk
all

Muik
All

It

lutHrzli

Tlw Tebta and the Sitar and


flfvfliy

other musica] inslrumenta

ht?

flneeini

Vedic origin. Far from Muslim courts encoujsiitns

* '"'^^

those an? molivEted canards. Islamic

fundamentalfsm ff*m
pJS

in^devating

*^^^

music

"^

^^"^
""

tradition vocat

and inslrammial
so
a3!

"^(In'DUl level

-J,,"!*^ ^^ ""^ tta. p^viie, for

was maintained at a high divine under the Vedic dlgp^sfltion, was dr^gcd down

that art which

^'^^
^^*

rituals;

music to be played
'^"

so that Vedfc '^^^ along the rtUte

much

^Uwcourtesan

level

by Islam.
KawaJias which the Muslims sing
in spite of Islam. All

'^
^Jl^t
inui

^^^u
rtori d!!rt
of 1 fri
,

".'^'^'*'

^^

^^ cremation. The idei

HhazBls and
Hre not
"'^

at

tombf

but ll*end or the earthly part of the soul 's itinfmry"^^ '''^^^ " Moving, muajcal farewell si t^^ ^

because of Islam but

Mujtlm*

^^

*^1?^ .r""

"

^^^'^'

'"

i (Nitrty-;

pL^,'''''" ^*^ dF*ma ihe

'^'^ Jid

^^^<^ tradition. 3Fij; fl^ *^ B change of sne


fi

nr
.

them they have carried *itb ^^^^ ti^ition of singing devotional sonijs in the nam* rfj^ ^"ity. Hut ib according to Arab and Jranian tradition that

"^"v^fts from

Hindudom

dE^parted aoul i given

;ertitn^^

m
1**"'

m
.0^ CP*^^

w>grtwn of Delhi lost ih^k clientele, Cai^^cfltly, ihf einpltiyincnt in Delhi. To of mufrriiins out of
, mmitwr

^Jl jQsl'"'^
Uti

^^**" Allauddln f"*^ **'^'" ***^^^ Khur^o, aa a Mint-pMt. In i lfl*J^*'


ffitotiTg

p^t

MusUm

[r*il^
""

brtng t(^^

rtna

everybody plundedng. torturing, t^rrariiing jjj^ Bnd iwn^Muslims Is lauded aa a Sufi aaini. Amir Khuam
cooling the temper of his lalamic swonl He sln^ ^^ Amir Khusro la sajd to have atnick Kafirs- Such an

pl^

Up th* notfc*

of ihB emperor the

music fmtemity

^'^'^t

t^T^^^J.

procession In which ftmwil

jtpnmAlns i^
Uwreitfhfi"
ihej'

mu

they carried on a bier v\ of music As Lhey proceeded


b loud wail
bei

"

^^
t|

"^hlfwd of >P^*

^^g

thoush peeving far ^^ (parted uJ When the emperor inquired about the cause fortitcli was informal that the mu$iciana pm Imsd piiibiic mouminjj b#
(,y^

t up

^
*

*^

the aingle egg-shaped ye, of splitting fBcm) into two pieces, as Tabte and Ra^jga. This wtth two Both Ihe Mrudungam and the Tabia-Dagga pair are

Mrudungam

(the

iM

of b(uinesi

wwe

c*ttj^ the

muse

of

mugic for

burial. Aunngiefc
ib?
(<,

instruments. The Mrudungam was llni Hindu Vedic percuaaion ^^, used by peripatetic minstrels who had to aing standing
i

mlglny pleased. Conseqvenlly his messajfe conveyed to

dindng.

mounrers vts thai music shtjuld be buried go deep as never

wrfurmanccs.
ft'itaniftes
'jjili'

1^* Tabla and Dagga were used for aquaiting The Tabla is a Sanskrit word where the first ayUabfe
Taal" le- the rhythnnic beat, while the other syllable

bt aU^ t ftJ MiHielf


cndy

its

hd
'

ever Bgaia any more. Autwigzeh regirdd


QTt

deputy of Alt&h

arth^ and in

banning music h? wb

aijnifies its

strength or potency. Moreover, the T^bla

ia

anting out

AM

wi^h^ Islam thus stands for s lotal negation


iit
Jl

ivooden cylinder while the


IbinoUon that the Tabla
I

Degga has a

metallic body. Therefoi-e,

of iH in nd finer
iitift* li

KniimBnt* of human nature. The onJy


t ihe

end Dagga constitut* but two piece* of

aliigTBphy oid that loo is confined to the Koran. Tl

ibtMnidungam,
^iuikrlt

Jnoorrect.

HuiUm omriubtion
fl.
ft il

development of mustc
its

is

thus not

oflly

minus bwsuse of

TcnnLDology

massacre orgies.
Bven the fancied

European tenninology of Music

Is all

of Vedic.

>a

musie mutt

w Tt h!r of a tai^
*
Irttle

^mnUvitedMiaslim concoctions sboul the rslEmic contributlw n^er be believed. Tf during the last one cenludf

Tbe term

Tambour

is

the Hindu word Tembtwa which


the

is

veiy

nymber of
trill

M u alim

names amon gat rwownwf


due lo
eeneralioFU of

"J^non

in

Indian

music A man handling


In

Tamborc

is

known
w^\>

IJ^^*^

probe

'"inalQli as

reveal

thai

'Tambora-dhar'.

Europe

that

same term

]^ '^^^ My
uTh^"'
"^

^my c*v,~^. so^,^


"*
*"
"*

film court, life


ijj<ft

those hapless Hindu tfiaVi (ft* the well knoum Tansen remiJrW

^m
^

to

tTOubadour,
but generally regarded as European underatand this let us tnaJyse the term
'

^temi "Harmonium

is

fi"^ '^'e

Muslim

ppel1alion of Mly-^

P^y

Vedlo.

To

"""ZI'^''^' m Uho^ . , r^* **

^^^ *"
to

delibe^iely

Pned

to

T^de

sound Muslim. Though

he

J^ ^^

l^^"^ ^
"^

^^"^

^^^

'^'-

svll^ble

um

can be

easily detected

^"^

""ifc-fegUval is held

anjund that

hkt ff^'

Onv^^
*!(

Wrf^^ ^^
^

^Buse that
of

is a

very

siRnlfies 'pertaintng

common neuter to \ The seven


'tfa-

gender ending
basic

not^ of

iHn-q\''^"l^
^

music are -'saa, ray. gs, ma. p, dha. n*


*^*^'

(f-^-^J

P"*'^***'

*^

elirninated

*^

"'

abridged to contain only, th* Lat. 2nd. 4tb

3R3

#1^

.rtti

rd

t'F^) Kawali
"'^PP^'*^ "^

has

ihf [

iwtw could 'HwrefonP HIn*jJ, tafr****! (Sr->^ir-#J To this we affix the Tr->^ir-#J affls .rt^.nnj-n Son^Z ^ ^ Sonsfe^. Uartnomum Haitnoiiium. Thua gel the worJd ind ^ 'un,- and we fi^ P tho rJj r.i!^ Harmonium is composed or the tJw 1-opl
thr

four

bwic

sfmiltr

I^ilon.

K^^*"

^'

'

"^^San^l^rit signifi^

P^an^J

^
'

Smskrit
tLi.,

* f*!^!-^
la

Wu,Um
of

awali

'

mw

iVr^^

'

'

ba?lcT7^'*"

t^.n^'^) amounta to a row Sr.3i^ Kavyawdi

^^^

^ appeara to be Eure** music, whether Wtem or East*^' pjBdf enough thai Bl! '' Incidentally it mey also be noted here fif Vedic erin. (f^^
of mus'C. tbt VwISc tdence

though

it

itoweflliislrfliion

thsUhe EtijHsh

ifford

harmony

ijt*

Violin

is

popularly

believed

lo

be a Western
is

jnusical

'

too

is

of San*^
injjrtjtient

origin.

Vl^n

Js

wi^ ^"^^^^ t^i'


a
la

European name. But that


'''^^

a mieconceptiwi

jfjorstPil

pronounced as

Sanskrit word 'jeev connoUng a bio' in Creek, vive' in frm^,,

T! English word
[brnru
'.

'

dmm

Lord Shiva

\s

b comiption of the SanskrTt w^^ depfcted as holding 'damni in his


"

is

pj
[J

.gv*' in Bnsrfl3h.

The

Itrat syllable 'vio' in the

term

violin.

"

W
'

that

term 'viva' meaning 'life' or 'soul'. The letter


almost the English word
lean'
i.e.

syMte

A tmvinwsjtion or the two syllables of the Sanskrit


rflHjtLsii in

'

damru

'Hn' JB

'Incline towanls".

fm
TT* Sanskrit

thp English

word

'

dntm

word

i^i

'

Seen

'

'.

too imphes losing oneself or merging


the term
"vfoUn'

owK^r

ffitb

something.

TTierefore.

r*' *f)

Vind
The English word
'

li^fies a

musical instrument producing such enehanUng music

band

'

indieateg b

group of
Since

Uist th?

listener

(or player)
life

mtisicians b2b

forgeta himself and leans Lowania

sn orehcstra. *the Sans;krit

word

15

VrJid.

'V

ibt

mdody or mtpcg^ his

and sou]

in ita mellifluous nielcKl^-

ii ofUfi

PwiMTOHl
ind bier
lis

t9 -b'
'

Vrind

came

to be

pronounced
Ea

first as "briiil-

Gullir

bani'. Anclher derivation

the Sanskrit wonj i]


tted tcUir

'tJWKQj' IndicilJEig a

'Ut' and, ther^ore. a group

TTw lerai guitar too

is

of Sanskrit origin. "Hie Sanskrit wa*d


string or

ftiimitia]Hi5Enye.

[flabond.

pel" Rifles a song,

Taar' stands for the musdal


CftfT

'i. Consequertly geei-tar'

W)

'alias*

'gidtar' r^resent*

**rini twanged to the sccompanimetit. of a song.

'^^^ ^^ ^*^'"*' "^"^ ^^ " Western orchestra


^^
^*

ts

kno""
to?

*no*

& .l_^ * ^*" **


* "*t ihl **** thiT&f ^
"****

^>auae the bird cuckoo renomied


<f*^:
I

^
Hup
ij

Pica tpranounced as Pika) in

SansHril

pIj^j

g Sansicrit

word. In the Vedic musical

tradition

mHfclS r!^"
'^

^"

^^l^n^ sfpin ^'^^^


^^'

^^"^
oT noi3
(t

s^fwig^

instruments were

known

sEanifitss

a pip^ prodgcing * row

* ^^'^^'^^ ''^""^

*^^

'^

* * >*>Z'^ '';^''^>
*ll

<adu-r^^*"

^uslc
i

*^'^^iv! "^

is

Qf Vedic,

Sanskrit

origin-

that the

Vedai and

Sarskril

^""*^' ^^^ c^'atingujshed by some t1 ^^^^^ "'" strings their resonance e^d the shape of MCh ^imn ^^^- Thus, for instance, Maym- Veena had the figure

as Veena. There were in all figure associated with

ar J

the

Hi,,^'"

f Peacock)

adorning

il>

In like

maimer

there

waa

human dviliisUon.

^T'^'J

V^eua, a Naarsd Veena (which the cefwtial saint

*^tf3 carried), Vichitra

Veena

(I.e.

a apedal kind of

Vwn*

^nh pWyrw?'^'^

^,^j
po
fcTHiwTT

Veens (or VHi Amonff ihwn wea Snir Vea,, on. ind Which bsaiiw it had > serpenOne frame.

rewnanw),

Saraswfitr

rirdy
1^

po^^ ^

**>o^

^^

*I*P'

ii

tht 'aipp'

'^VedK:
iSw
for

tr*ditton. Angus og the K!tic

Cf'^^j^
*"" "^
iif
ii

IttflTtbe

common noun Vna

got dropi>e(3 nrnj tbe

possesMB a harp of pure tftHd. * Jti^^^ instrument has been

(hA<^Uj*ni -nm rlirt Vwwn


tincd ui IndU.

0,^4^

in the Qfln Been

bands of the Hindu fodden, SirMWili,

tnu^iMii^W <M

tht word semrsphere

is

spelM

""<* "hflrp*, Therefore, tbe Siip (Vsia) cne l^ musical traditionn Isl4^g;i to ibe Vedic
Fiano. I>1 UB tiow consider the
word. Sire* d iJHivT

a^ henUbW*^

h*

I!! '" [Oa

ntnw Angus og

of tbe

XeWc God
name

of

Uwa ^ ohvluly

Vedic ^^*!JLtidiiw Sanskrit.

^iWl) IJn Ang

(il

Veena waa the

orij^nH]

^-ij^
1., v. iQ i^ k,

V^dtcCodofl^e).
flrf

'V Is oJWi -
'
'

pnanounoed
10 irfano.

bn*
'

' -

prwionoed as 'b' Vetna cam. --,.,io vHine came Beens turned into beano and beano
p

V ^
^^

B" and

P' are Inlercbangeable

m
is

cfatiMj
rara
ld

a coii'uption of Ibe name of ihu Vedic God of Ds^tla ta the Sanskrit word Dsghdi (^I^'
is

^^ ^"^
The

mai^ be geen

termjnsiion 'pwry'
(

(sigmfyinff a tomiship)

ffLftsnif^

'bucnt

Vedic

God of Love having Iwen

changinf to
of Sdnskrit

'if^^^
g^eliii

in

Wsiettury}. So the term

ptano too

Lew'<1 Shiva (who^e penance had be! down by an ung>7 03 Dagbda (^). Therefoi-e D^hda (ih^ burnt rjlbed) waa known
e) li

Uilnt
Very crichantini music
Ttit
15

father while his 85 though Lbe

new

Incaination Anang Criias


bo4ly-less 'spirit'
ia

is

often termed in Engtis^b as

'lililn|'.

.W5

OkJ namely one

who

15

now

m^ie

because tlw Sanskrit word for anything with $


in

tender,

noUonflJ appeal,
appeal, la

'talit',

AU

literati! i^

and

art having suctin


'lalil*.

gnMped under the Sanskrit edjectiv*


in thi?

Tboujh

volume

we
for
fi

generally pojnt out the V*iJc

or^
j|*Hi

only of English i*nns yet tbe reader


tte^vfitJon

may

be sure that the

Ssnskril

musl hold true


S&nskril
-

all

languages because

man

's

t>ewi

^th

the

rat

and only

bngu^e

beatcwri by

djvb.ilyon mankind.
It

mBjf iJbo be nou'ced that starting

from

India the

W^

files

tlthevery other end of tbe European contintfit. If. tber<roi thoe two countriH. India and England, ere 9n to be }oln*' ^^ common Sanskrit Unk. Kbolar, must learn to conclude thut Stlt*r
lit

E^mp^n count

u in between and in fact other =ontInefll miUFLbivi b*ea ^^' itning to that aam^ cdtural and lingMis^c Khokn of otbc- language her^f^

^^.

and rtifions

m^

SnT:

m
tl^e

Sanskrit

synonym (of c^mm}, *pnd' *h!cb


'

li

' b(fn

European Itr^Bga, TW^fotf .-^.^y^,, * cDflHri^ 'pood'. Smnarly ^nakrit "p' ^hnflpM to "pood'. Smnarlv Sanskrit "n* i^ ipaad" changM For insianra. the word '^itm-' is^* . in Europe

^.>-"
.

,,

19 i5

replaced by ret"**"- "

'

in

...

^nfliinceii

^f
^^
foot

uto

^^^^^^j.^ ]**''"''

Therefore, 'pood' became 'food '

'

"ao
'

to 't* in English. Tor inslanc*, the wnrd "d" changes ^'^"^"^ ^^^*' '^ ^^'^^^ Similarty the lenm 'food*
TTis
'

'^''^^

THE VEDIC ORIGIN OF PROSODY

Thus we see how the Sanskrit word poad

^,uma

Sgjistoit prtjaody

'

claaran

"

alias

'

poad

'

constitytra the tmft

Tit tBTn prosody siBTufi^ the scfence of verslfioalion. That vori 'prosody' \s Sinskrit. In Sanskrit (nm^^ ^pr&gaad' is ttm

of verse.

The same

unit.

viz.

'foot' is adhered to in

Those tsfc^rcaody too.

who

believe that English

gr^mar and

wMcb
doaoF

tt

benignly bestowed

and

is,

therefore, pleasing both to th?

ftldigb

md

the beiendsiy.

Consequently, ti Vedic irsdition vene


its

ifabove

from that of Sanskrit may note from prosody are different pK^sody and every other explanation that grammar and
existence independent of Sanskrit, becauae

^ dbUnguished from prose because of

pleasing ettnbutes ^di

l^cb of learning has no


SuiskriL
igei

itj Bllileration,

its

riiyme nnd rhythm.


in

and

rhythm" origtnste

Even the word 'rhyme' the Sanskrit word {^^ Rhidyam (I.e,

Iwrty]

Hhyjne and rhythm are so


IDiidvBro
i,e,

named because

tbey grdp tl

utministraiive

language of was the fir^t and only common different linguistic and into divided before mankind a-Oer communities. Differences of gram mar arose lit*r
for

mankmd

(WO

heart.

A vwu in order to be pleasing miLMbf (Kirofe) "prasMidi' le. it


ttnd. th
boBrt, 'Prafliteadi
"

U> the heart

and the

and farther away f^m th^ir cormptiona of Sanskrit drifted farther insr^nM. the Sar^sknt puHit source namely Sanskrit. Thus, for hold* gpod SandH that is Lntermingling of letters 3tiU rule of
' '

should have attributes which


trait

is

therefore, the distinguishing

"!*

T^' ^ ^Pn Wuages


the Sanskrit

Sanskrit

'

'

is

often replaced
is
Sjjelled In

^^<>' Con^equaiUy

(i.e. tel As an illustr^ion. take the term Jagannatb * >nd of the World) That is made up of two i*orda J^at single word Coming in quick aucceaslon they merge and form a
In

Engliah.

'

'

nj^

^Jh

word "prssadi"

prasody.
1,

wiU thus be seen that En^Osh end eveQf


Sanskrit,
Tlie

'Jaganneth- En
the kAtcr

which the
is

last letter of the first

word change*

to

J*rFuairt

totdly

UftpJiltt

^Phers ^^ thli ^ "

scjoner
it

aU

Eurap**"
future

'

which

^^^

tnjth, the better

will

be for

Con^quently. Jsgfltnath tunisinto Jagannath.

word na* . the fir^t letter of the second That same nileapplt^

'^

^'^^

knowledge

including

merge ^Kngiish too. The words ^in-Umitable' or Mn-leipl 'iUcJ'' ^Oftn new single words auch as * illimitable ' and U on the sound of the

^^

iu'^*^a^^*'''^'^*^'d^l, measured tinitamikiW '^ Sanskrit. ' *^^ ^' *^> "^^^^ t.ur;,rl
up
"^^

last

letter of the first

word Ukea

lettflT

of the next

word.

-*^CUrr r '^"^
" '**iUy
Imowr, ai
'

f^"'-^>
^

P^^
lad
'

'^

''"^^

charan

ajiaa

in Sinsl^*'

^}^
'**'

^^

of the

^ the par^t p^mmar of all human speech and

forcing

discussion Panini^s

*^Ti^l iwt of SinKr

m
*kn.
Itoln/

'

mi

hit timei

* nd

nme

clarmcation

?^
r?

ihe

fv.

ChBn6
u!d
BTfl

in India had a bhaat^ aUn e&un 12th CTfltury He *as known also a^ ^Bardjd' aUi, -^^p^j,
'

om
ud

bifthuUoa? Iliit is 10 say. Uh, ,^ ihr irtm* f tf p^nj ttit pionr of ibe Sinskril ,f,-omrnor

Sh^nktr^eW trdrt[of, T?"

nii^

^
"'^

'^1 Um !
nflt

tnown- Soffl* schoUr^ believ* that


whilt others imagine Panfni

PauN

ij^J^

"'^tift
,

(hf 4ib cffitury B-C.

to hav |}Jl

to b tbe a*nie sense even lodsy. This tbouSd English fn lave '^^'^^ ^^** ^^^ tradition of the BdUah lil end in a^y entirely Vediq. ftiTOpean coyntry. is

'^ convincing proof that the Agj^^'poet^ synonyms of Sanskritic origin, they inUmie

9^"^

^Bidlsd
part of the 10- Volume Siic* fpunrtiir' forms '^^Prehenstv* tlObrwcha} Vedfc leiming it could be ihsi grammar
'

rp^ Bsllsd
rpfljl
live

i9

a heroic

poem

usually recounting the mighty deeds


ig

toe

^^

bHioHwi b^ dMnily ilorj with ihe VedasJn that case


bf tiw

contemporaries. That term 'EaBad' heroes to inspire

I>afiiiu

coufei

name

of tbf

initiiJ

piifUTitr.

ThM

could

sage w!io sp!H?ized in VedicfiHfialoft have been the origin of the

SWialtJit

trm

^-^

(Bala da) Le.


*

'

that which impairs strength,

Inspiration. giergy ar^^


l^pjflge

S^skri
the

^nmniir-trtdiijan

md

every masier- grammarian continuicj

detaO sgain proves bow Sanakrlt and Vedic culture are at the root of all humfia tradition.
little

This

oTTginja Pinini Itne of

Fanini- 'RKrefore,

grammar- studies may have sported the name the ftamii aJhided Lo by modem scholai^ and
from clues found

idsiUfisl with

partfculir era.

his writings,
ft

mty t*

lillerd^ successor of the originaJ master or

mqy

1* ihii thf clu5 sre being

Th
10

wrongly inteipr'eted and wrongly idenUfied.


not be appb'csble to the person or time

ftnded chta

may

oivuafed

SchaJan may consider this as an aJtKnaLive hypothesis Uv ifverat ihn tb^ have before ihem in identifying PminJ
Biit

M(t hii Urns.


of lU

tny cage Panint must rank t^ the


that of Sanskrit

fttber

jramnur u>d not

alone

}mM^. "^^^^
" ST
tumrf

''^

composing poema

Is

trmed poet ayn

iithi

"^

*'^^''

hindered

u singing minstT^
^
'

ifli,

" '^^^^ttluted by

'

the Sanskrit word

bbtf l

^"^^

the brave

KthHriy* ruler of the diitf

'

f^M

Ir

J^ "^"V,^

'n^e *- Kay*' -rayal

currency J.ul
Rial
la

un^^

hi,

-utW,^,^*
t,^

' The irm

an Arablr

&ANSKRfr

NOMENCLATURE OF WORLD COINAGE


ttt
(fl

^Buaalan Houbte
.^Ij^.bir

K>.9 its
'

name from

tha Banskrlt

compound

flUBB 'ntf-tl

meaoinif 'Blrength of the railm\


coin.
It

-Hiil

ilmost

world currcncJefl
onff

bcarnuwGn

whif?h can be

w^^^'V ntcir ^fls 1


iT-apj^

^^ ondent
It
'

has a double Senokril

lAdlt lo

amskril

in>i14 tangitflKP foi'

of the proofs indicutriiK Lhat Sanakhi wu, millions of yi-ora under Ihtj univorsiil m^^^jy

d^vitton.

One

IB ihfll

is

'deon pippoii' of lho


0,
iflji

U.
din
'

the i*=rpmi w^iriJ 'imdhar' i.. the poor. Us other mcanlnjc


ia

q^
baaed

VHUcidinfnisLrsLion.

th Sanakrit

word

'

siKnifyina

tl

Lo be i

meoni

of day-Ui

support.

TV l**m

foJn

tlsdf

dflrivi?d

from

Iht^

Sanskril word

'

Kanatt

mtwiinit lEold. Under ihe iuidfnt Wf^rldwidc Vedic oconom^, culm of |Okl ind Bilvpr, Ihc iwo prpcious mt^UiIs. wfiv unt'd for curn?fii;w

^ft highly SanskrlLlzed nomenclature of British currency


BiothBfproof of thedeep
TTui)

Is

yet

rooL<|

Vedic Iradiilon of the BHiisb IsN,


pcbo)iir
Is
hsii\

lMaiuflf thefr ininnslc

v^ut

tnd

numerous uses

despite
basic

in

Vedic

such multllalBral proof, no


Vedic trjidition of

life.

nny inkling

of the

Grfll, Britain,

TW
hcn

a meamire of the

term *cash' oriKinotes in Lho Sinskdl word "Kasi*


Ihnt Ibla mulJil

for

wortdwjde Ignonwjco of

world hiatoiy.
'

!|inifyiinj

w&h

ijswI

tfomi*timo

in

jandojit

VHuin lor

colnat-e.

The word

'

Sovfi/iel^
I.e.

IndicflLlnif a gold ctrfn

h ihe Senskril-lerm
coin used

(ff'Wy Swa^rojan
Tht ward

^one*s own kiUK', since the

tmnvy' dativt^ from the Sanskrit

Ivrra

'mana'
of
fls

bear the

wMch uHd

sovereign s portrait*
"

lo be sn anciwit gold coin,


ancienl
doi^rmJjuftCion

rs

the frequent us

nwu'
S^i^i

in

of

valuta

und

p^ymffltn

The 'Guinea

ot

its

name rrom 'gana'


is

I.e.

*coiintlni{\

nmunmiion wd wa^w
ii

that

i^ the

word 'moni-y'. Mnna

In

Thu Pound aerling

ilbo B Htwidord (or value)


'

a corrtipt form of the Sanskrit term


Tn onclent Ssmgkrit tnidillon the

7>

urm

^^)
'

'Poundra Sterling'
'

nip?

'

la

derived

frum itimj

Rimpyam

'

for

'

jfEtver"

'Poundra

*n Stfukril

^^
_

signified u high calibre, or a high rating snd slinding

appp^rw
'^"'^

in
'^""^

the

Bhsgawad Geeta- The term


".

star' ftlgniflw

iiii^r

^'""'"

'^**'^ '" *"'^-

JL

0"^ has two minlnK9-

^wlln

^^^ ^ lei-mination
'

imj>lyjntt the Imprtnl of i

^^
I

"nib

^^^^'^

ign

'Hicrefore. the Sanskrit meaning of the

Mmpli*.

.1]

'^"^^^
'"^

th. taah or ^] w.^](.h lht a


i.

p.r.on
^

*"^ f^"^

F-^'
'
cr

,.

*^
'

'^^*^ntl

(aiiiia

Poundra) Skirling' was

that

Jt

wai *

a eor^ptioa of the
Lhi>

wo,^

Pai*

lojTiw*'

''^'^o'^inatlon coin bearing the


h^^**^

stamp af a

Shivlfnji

*^ "^ t^ah t^UiH, we

..rn.

word

pronounc.'d

'^'^tibortt

*^^*"*'"*f"'^^"*f "^'tf"

OS

^^^^

"f

^^ wnctity.

parity

i-JM-

m
'L^i Shiv^iT.*^ T^ "^^ '"**^^^^ ^^^^ P>^
WMiJi* *h
th* Shi^litig
did

3a:i

Chri^i^

Xr^
1^

wOT^Mp

not bconc^vaM, per^de the wbole of En,pe


.t,

sumiwd on

TOj

^Z
^^^
SANSKRIT NOMENCLATURE OF

is

prt'Qiriirtiwi tunes.

otho- rain

^pence'is tbe Sanakril

word

{m^ -j^,
aihfft-

records thaO PoTflihM Chaplin

^*In ancient India

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES


and

cdnj weft

called

th* Goddess done or


ngniFtes

Nnna becBuw they bore the emblena o* with Mahadev/ Currenily the wor^ 'Nan*'
' '

"cdw."

^'^^^mosl

Vedic culture and Ssnskrii ^^p worldwide prevalence of weights, messures and instmmenta wfll be <5f the

T)eulschland (Germany) is tiained arup Hofk ihe cujTeficy of Dailya clan os pointed out eniHoi-. Maj^. s VeJk iiriest of Lhe

^i^W^ Sanskrit names.


n,e

-pound'

fe

the Sanskrit t*mi "Potjndra'

wWch

sptaied

yiJiirg

as of s High order,

explmned

e little

more

elaborately

4*

[J

currenQr. ehapt*r dealing with


'Chinee'
la

The term
1 specific part.

the Sanskrit word (sT) *(hmsh'

i.e.

Sanskrit numertb Thtos like decagram, centigram etc. use the I.e. 100, RJlj ^deca' I.e. 10 and {W) "SaU^

nws*

ime

terms jo[ned to the Sanskrit word words


like

'

Kon

'

meamng

'ui^e' lead to

pentagon, heXBgon. octagon.


it5 first part
'

Physicians
SftnjKrit

use the Stethoscope.

Stetb

is

Iw
*;

world
is

(1^^)

'

Sthiti

'

meaning

condition

- The Utter pwi

^K^pe'

a reversed form of the Sanskiit word

4^) V^y^^

'^^'
^<
^be
ii

or reckon.

Thus
'

the Sanskrit

compound ^SUthi-pegy*'

tl Instnunent for seang or wsessiiig the condition of


called

P^l

the

Stethoscope

"

Words

like

'bioscope', telescope*

may

be

seeci to

be

strnJlB^

^l compounds, likewise terms


'^OffTuied aa cognate terms.

like apecticulir

and spectrum

^^"Irosp^l^^
is

Sanskrit

compound

of iHf *** l**^**"

'"^^^l-e. looking insfde.

'

?M-

a^

V]^,

^jmdarf, In Sftn^krii

V^c Lradition the Urm 'jj^'*'


music, poelr^. medfci,,^
*'"

1^^^,

^dATd

measure

in

^t,

tised rn textiles. Likew^e the iTi5tire me^suHh water or electricity consumed a,^ ^l^o ^-^fGiiudtfng kn.!!

M^

IS

If

mflW"

^'^

^^^ Sanskrit v^ord

^Matra

to measure.
in

In matliemHiics

too atxe finds that

term used

the

tjtti,

THE SANSKRIT NOMENCUTURE


IN

TTb.

word "penraeter'

is

Ssnskril pari'Tnatra meaning

MODERN SCIENCES

luffiit

and barometer a3go use the The nM tbermometer pronunciation slightly changed, 'tnaira" with its
'Ghinn*'
t^ifj

Sanskrtl

Ti

is

that the 20Lh century of the Chriatian usually believed of unique scientific and technolf^icai achievementa

age

in

Sanskrit signifies

'heaf.

'nerefore. ibe

unknown eaiHer.
Bgt what
lffmln&loi:y

compound 'Gharma-tnatra" signifies' a measure of heat,'


insJcrit

Tm

tem
'

^wfrrRT^

'Gharma-matra'
'

is

beirg

curraii5v
'

seems to be completely unknown is that the entire we use even for our latest inrventions and discoveriesr

pranimnced *5
for

thennomeUr,

The Sanskrit lrm


term
'

(^

(jharma^

ufrtmsge-old Sanskiit,
The paradox of seemi ngly

hwL hB3

led to the

modem
\s

thermos
of

'

modem

inventions taking on an andenl

Ukfwbe tarameler
Pnt-^mi

the

compound
'

two

Stonskril wjrdj

Iffirinulogy

could be explained in several ways.


is

One very sound

btoBrmBtm'
bharai
"

word nm?D iMiD


i$

ia

'measure of pressure', The Sanskrit indicatlnif Jm" Barus spelled in LaUn as


i.e.
' ,

pl{ngliun
vhicti

that since Sanskrit is the first and (mly language

niodin3 form of Sanskrit.

v\y

beings along with the Vedas, temns coined for any discovei7 or invention are bound to be
divinky bestowed on

human

TV ibfive brier review shou Id convince everybody th&l aU wsnglrt*


"wi
nimfl maaures ihrouflhout the ancient world bore Sanskrit *w*ii Vaik culture pervaded the workl.

fnjrn

within the

ambit of Sanskrit,
bdieve could be that the inventions wb
therefore, were known before and

Another explanation
lo

have been

made for

the fii^t time

^"ifjr

terminology too existed in a latent formIt

^tflvei-

be.

it

is

of a fact that the lermnology

modem

*='*^and lechnolc^ is rooted In Sanskrit,


of the Take the case of antibiotics. Bio is s Greek corniptfon

!?;^t

W0..1 ^]tv-

meaning
lif.

life, TTie

Smsta-it term

enf

sfgniR^
Sanskift
th*

^^^
"tnn

'*-

'end' of

*'Kf"fylntf

the The^foi^. -jivantak^ ia with a drug which kills Jerms. That is used

387

*"*
\tiff,

syJlflbl* iTrml i.e.

efti-JivUc alias anifblQUcs.


kill

lUUc-

^^^'
fwsts are kn^wj, ^^
'^' L-flfi^'
.

1 coJnP^'^'**"
drift

meininf of the tenn "iigit" vkd truth. Even a person 's ihouthts, hli gdentlfl^J digerthre "^ ^^ body fftc. are qhinpn eve^
[,

tbs

etymologf^:I

^.^^^

nt

iffs'Pral

kinds of sprays to

J)

^f^^^""

^'^

'

document end tike

t o,>d ^^^^

irermlcide' snd ^pesfUddc'. Thai UiTufnau^^ ,udi 'cbhtd" meonJntf 'sleughter Swisld^t leim (fe^J

-J^^^

thp

CoirteqLten'ly- aU
pfltricicto.

modem

tei-ms such as treimiefae ant]


Sanj^krfl,

chtoBins it, This mu SlmiUirly In nitui* the Sun. the moon, tt 1^ inrmituinii cloud -pitteni, the wtither, the *fed md *^^ '^"^"'^"imflW.
1^-

""^

"^
J

jotne

H^^ ^^

^"*

*^

^'"^

"^

mnlncide and sufcide^i* derived Tiom

*l^'

Whs,

is

In

'*^'*

**^

constant chinge uid movement, ThEi

terms have to he coined they have u> Lake i-^^'^ ^ &nskrit jrevir*b!y because Sanskiil is the divine casl of ^^ "* iLme. 9pttch since the beginning of
such
i>rff

^*^\w^th
P^||^
In

of colosaai

dimenaions
'

Is singiOarly

md

ccyntety
1i

the

term

'

ja^at

Thus every

Stnakrit ofd

'^^'^

Ridlo

is

the Sfln$ktit term (i^)

Kava (meaning

^^ J
''^

scientific

dennition of every thought and

ides that

'

sonn^

-^

dyu (5) sfgnifyiny the "slg^". Consequenlly, radio comnnuitcmj^^


fmpTles fitim ii5 Sanskiil deiivHtion

"l^me

not A random word symbol arbitrarily usocisted It is random meaning as in other languages. TWa 3u]dn t
"'
if

a suLind which travels ihmiA

Sanskrit were not a divine Itngutfe. Tbe

Qtt skin (and not tlor^n vnre?).


TTie leiTn television is the
i.e. serinif

cfflnslata of root -letters piihof Sanskrit

with an inberwrt inednf

one. Hucbed 10 each

Sansknl term

tele- veekshan l-^-tfbrj

the very bottom, whei-e the

term

'bott<jrn

nlias

'ky

signiffes

the Tarthesi dfatsnee.


fn
'

THe modern term 'sona' for 'sound' aa


In
if
'

sujatTSonfc"
'

uUi-!tonic

'

derives

Tmm

Sanskn'L. fn Sanski'tt

Si'avan

'

{w\\

hearing
Tlie

'

Atom OS the
aLmfl'
it ji

taslo paiticle

of matter
sjielled.

Is

the Sanskiit

weird

\itmii

tue,

soul)

wi-ongly
all

Atom

Is

so caUri

becBute

the veiy soul of


is

matter.

Tht molecule" nd (f^j


I,

SansknL compijund [i^^

'mod
iPJTHf

'

Ci.e, basfcJ
s'l^'^i^**

e.

family. Thei^foie molecule alias

ij<^

f^

a family of fimdameotal particles.

A* xp]>tned cisewhei'e also


li

in this
'

volume the

tet-m

*fnlflil"*

the Siniltnt word (ipBj


Suiskrii
(t

'

mooaal

tHiv

only a lans^age with a systemptic stni^tiJ<* "* even ihe concept, erejsl through It by oncient Vedic
nrii

ikd

WB ,

very wientifie. Take the te.-m


implies a (.y^i^^
I?

'

jagat

'

("i^*"^''

"

cotmo').

^v, ^ho^

^hkh

ii

of io n st^te

^^^

evwyihinK

chiintng ev*n/

momcnl

find

rtcfllit^lt

'

w.
tritfononvBiry

an
has
a d<jub1e Sanskrit slKnlflemc. Ai

,f

"^V

rbile

tSr^-^>

trikflfl-matfi

it

wmuj ,Tm

'

pbysi<^

'

'^

^"^'^ *^* SanskHi


'

twm

(qw)

p^y,-

IV J*^
I

*'

THE SANSKRIT NOMENCUTURE OF MODERN EDUCATIONAL TEXTS


Hit prtvaJenct? of Vedic cdtur* throughout tht
tb bestruiSnjf of

*ith one g^ oiJy ^^^\\ b is co^^^^^ ^^

g eyes but with sB the five

Knsq.
*^^*i^

'^'^

^^'^^

^*^*

'^*^ "^"^

MTV Is e?fpl>^^ gold The term alchemy is Twrdened ^^\ningbai3^ metals into prefix 'd ', Leaving that out one flDda '^*^*^rf^nsfible Arabic
.

"

orieinatina in alchemy, the andenl

worljj

fm-

^m
,

proved by itw Sanskrit name* or Uke physica chemistry, mattianjsiia ilUffwchesoneamEng, T^nnj time
Is ftl^o
,

'^^

tei^

'

ch?my
i.e.

is
'

fi

iTuncBted

fonifl

of th* Sanskrit ifttn

1a

ita-epnl

chemically chfinging (a metal) Into ^1d.


^^

iriihiTwUc

end psychology can be explained only with r^ferenc?

id

wrminstion
Is tlie

'stT^^

^^^^^
"^^

as In ^chemisti^' and

p^stiy'
TWt* the word
*

^^^

^^^^'^

**

Sanskrit term 'sbastri'


alias

psychobg>

".

This

is

usually explained on

th*

^Mii of

'p^e'

meaiUrvg ibe 'mind'.

But wby does


\%

psycht'
mefinlnf
thlnkiof

Sanskrit t*mi Kimoya l^tneanlng science. The word chfmisLry. ShflstraliJisldb the
The English
[liic]

Chlmoya*

riinliy the

mind ? The basEC Senakril word


Hence science dealing

(^

'

Soclia

' ,

term

Bd4

'

is

an sbbi^vUUon of the &nskrit tenu

'thinkini'
i

virtth

the process of

'adbik'.
!s

iw^holOKy- In pn>pe- fonn would be

(tN-^j

aocba-laga.
*-

Tk
Thetenn 'divide*
iftftiil,

wffiK Miga" CiliBs logy) signlnra 'connected with

'dwivSdhe' from the Sanskrit e3qsfon

bVrae^
RfiiliiiB in

he. to spUi.

the surfsx
'

'

nomy
Ci^e.

'

as in

'

estronomy
'

'

signifies B^rience

Uie

naam

"

name) of sUifa
in

".

The

Sanskrit word

TTh numerals
[r

one
is

to

10 will also be found

be origjnaUnK

imlti- aliM 'tar-

is

wrongly spelled

EngUsh ea

a(^' *ni

Sanskrit.

That

because SaiiskHt t^m the

sol*

medium of

^ "*

Muitifiu IS

aitflfB.

The origin of the term

tnatbemiUa"

Mwctlon worldwide for mDlli^s of years-

|"^^^^'**
mttuft.-,*,

"ninvesLigated.

The Sanskrit t^rm mBtb-mBatiski


which ^cbums the
mirul"
""Id

Wa have

already pointed out elsewhere

how feojmphy,

^^
w*^

"BnifSes b brsnch of study


in

callLiCrapbj'

are Sanskrit terms. a SanakHt

Arthmeuc

'^'*"*"^^ t