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Introduction-In Koran & Bible, there are clear cut prohibition about meat eating-but majority is meat eater. In fact, Bakrid is widely popularized as eating of goat meat in India. It cannot be farther from truth. Id = worship which can be of God only not of any animal meant by bakar. In Turkey, Bakar means cow (or Bull), In Arab it is camel & sheep, In India it means goat. Turkey region itself is called Taurus (=bull) mountain, its king has been called Vṛṣa-parvā (of bull mountain) whose daughter had married king Yayāti (about 8400 BC)of Puruvamśa of India. In period of Paraśurāma also, border of Turkey-Iraq was called Foot-hills of bull-mountain (Khura = hoof in Sanskrit). They helped in fight against Sahasrārjuna, were called born from Khura of Kāmadhenu (desire giving cow), so they were called Khura-da = Kurd. In India itself, Punjab in India and Pak is region of buffalos as it is in north Gujrat, South Sindh. Haryana is cow region. In Vedas also Aja = goat as well as God indicated in famous verse with which Vachaspati Mishra has started his commentary on Sānkhya darśana. अजामेकां लोहिहित शुक्लक ृ ष्णां बह्वीः प्रजाः सृजमानाः सरूपाः। अजोह ह्येकोह जुषमाणोहऽनुशेते, जहिात्येनां भुक्तभोहगामजोहऽन्यः॥ (श्वेताश्वतर उपिनषद् ४/५) Here, creator divides himself into two forms. Inert observer is Aja (=unborn, also means goat), which is not involved in creation, consumption etc. Ajā (-prakṛti, nature. Also means she goat) is in 3 forms-red, white, black by which multiple creation starts. Here 3 colours indicate 3 guṇas, similar to 3 colours of quarks in QED (Quantum Electrodynamics) of Richard Feynmann. Human civilization starts with farming, it is beginning of culture so, it is agriculture. Its purpose is to eat farm products only as evident from the following quotes from Bible/KoranBible-Genesis 1/29-God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat. After the introduction in the first chapter-Al Fatiha of 7 sentences, second and the largest chapter of Quran is Al Baqarah=The Cow. Its worship is called Baqarid. Id=worship. The quotes are2/23-Who made the earth a bed for you, and the heaven a roof, and caused water to come down from the clouds and therewith brought forth fruits for your sustenance. 2/62-O Moses, surely we will not remain content with one kind of food; pray, then, to thy Lord for us that He may bring forth for us of what the earth grows-of its herbs and its cucumbers and its wheat and its lentils and its onions’ He said, “Would you take in exchange that which is worse for that which is better? 2. Whether prohibition-People generally take food as per climate and local produce. Thus, majority of followers of Koran & Bible take meat despite clear injunction. In Vedic literature there is no strict prohibition, but it is called avoidable. Summary is given in Manusmṛtiन मांस-भक्षणे दोहषः न मद्ये न च मैथुने। प्रवृिरेत्तिरेषा भूतानां िनवृिरेत्तिस्तु महिाफला॥ (मनु स्मृित ५/५६) = Meat, alcohol, sex etc are natural traits of men and there is no sin in them. However, their avoidance or control elevates a person. No religion or scripture can force population to go against natural desires. Whatever may be written in scripture or laws, people interpret it for their own benefit. However, man & society can prosper only with discipline at various levels. Self control is practiced through various rules of fast and festivals.
3. Language of scriptures-It is popularly stated that Veda, Tora, Koran are words of God. But these books do not literally fall from sky, nor God tells it in human form. In 3 senses it is called Aapauruṣeya (beyond human)-(a) There are 5 normal modes of perception through sense organs. Extra sensory perception is called sixth sense. There is a seventh sense also, which is universal and not individual. Vedic (or other books of God) include knowledge through 2 extra senses also. (b) There is no direct talk with God like talk between 2 persons. It is perception of a man when he is in highest state of consciousness described in various terms. By that, he is free from individual likes & dislikes or bias and sees the society or world as a whole. (c) Despite being unbiased, actual rendering in words will be limited with structure of language, meaning of words or lack of exact word, level of scientific knowledge etc. So, average of thoughts of many persons of many region & times is taken. Actual description is in local language used in a particular era. Why God chose to speak in different languages. Was he telling differently in different times and places? There cannot be contradiction or falsehood in words of God. But they are described differently. Similarly, there is no dispute between English, Hindi or Sanskrit, nor between Physics, Chemistry or Mathematics. God is one, but World exists because of varieties. If everything is same, there is no object, nothing to describe. Variety of creation starts with 786, first verse of root Veda called Atharva. ये ित्रिषप्ताः पिरयि वन्त िवश्वा रूपािण िबभ्रतः। वाचस्पितबर ला तेषां तन्वोह अद्य दधातु मे॥ (अथवर १/१/१) = The 3 sevens enclose the world and create forms. The holder of Vāk (extent, boundary) may support our body. Creation is by 2 sources-Aja (Bakar) +Ajā (creative, she goat). Creator is consciousness only which can create order (chiti), so it is called Chetanā. Space and matter for creation is Ajā. There are 3 modes of creation-called as 3 colours or Oum (A,U,M), (Aleph, Lam, Mim) etc. So there are 2x3 = 6 darśana (philosophy) and 6 Darśa-vāk (scripts). Each script has numbers of letters equal to number of elements in a particular philosophy. Originally Adam had givn names to objects. He is called Svāyambhuva Manu, one of 7 Brahmāas in human form, or Fan in China. Name or symbol for each word continues in China & Japan, described by Bṛhaspati. It was criticized by Kāvya Uśanā (of Kaaba). Then Indra & Marut divided each word into basic sound, indicated by vowels & consonants. 5 more languages came from this system with 52, 62, 72, 82 and (7+8)2 letters. Creation is of 3 levels starting with cosmic. Then physical world, and man is image of both. Bible-Genesis-1/27-God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him, male and female created he them. पुरुषोहऽयं लोहक सि वम्मत इत्युवाच भगवान् पुनवर सुः आत्रिेयः, यावन्तोह िहि लोहक े मूितर मन्तोह भाविवशेषास्तावन्तः पुरुषे , यावन्तः पुरुषे तावन्तोह लोहक े ॥ (चरक संिहिता, शारीरस्थानम् ५/२) = Man has same measure as world-as stated by Punarvasu Ātreya. Number of elements in man are equal to number in world. Śatapatha brāhmaṇa (10/4/4/2) and (12/3/2/5) give one meaning that number of galaxies in space or numbers of stars in our galaxy is same as number of cells in human brain-all equal to 100 billions. But start of human language is not from space. It is basically about world seen on earth. We extend meanings to internal world (within man) and in space. Almost all mantras of Veda have triple meaning-another view is that it has 5 levels corresponding to 5 levels in space for which there are 5 namaj daily etc. Many of suras in Koran have triple meaning-that is evident from cure by its suras 2
which apparent have cosmic meanings. First chapter of old testament has similar structure. There are many assumptions about extension of meanings. In physical word also words change meaning with accent, context and subject of science. By analyzing meaning as per context, there is no contradiction. But object of Oxford study was to create and invent contradictions by which Vedic knowledge could be destroyed as declared in aim of Boden chair in 1831 and all the authors there like Maxmuller, Weber, Monier Williams (see introduction of his Sanskrit English dictionary). Due to long tradition of slavery, there are many persons in India who try to exceed British in destruction of Vedas. In all other countries people if tell lie, it is for praise of self, own religion or country. India is only exception where persons without even rudimentary knowledge of any language or subject are projected as scholars just by criticizing anything Indian, and are nurtured in Oriental institutes, JNU etc. Some examples are given later. 4. Object of worship-God is everything, but we do not follow each path. We try only that path which leads us to progress. This is called in many ways-from wrong to right, from darkness to light, from death (temporary) to immortality (permanent))असतोह मा सदगमय, तमसोह मा जयोहितगर मय, मृत्योहमारमृतं गमय .. बृहिदारणयक उपिनषद् (१/३/२८) One triple of Brahma (God) is matter, action, knowledge-indicated by trinity of Ṛk-yaju-Sāma Vedas, or Brahmā-Viṣṇu-Śiva. We want matter for our needs, but any material object including human body is transient and is not our aim. Functions of that body are permanent and we want that only. Action or motion is of 2 types-outward (white), inner (black). Inner activity like worship or meditation is not bad, but we prefer open-ness, symbolized by white cloths etc (put on for worship or for Haz). Hidden work creates suspicion. Yajurveda is for action and is used for worship. A similar word is Jādu (magic) and black magic is bad. Knowledge is invisible, called without cloths or boundary (Digambara, Akbar = without cover). Thus, only Viṣṇu-Śiva are not worshipped not Brahmā indicating objects. Objects or idols are temporary means or steps, not aim. Parallel to that, there are Digambar-Śvetāmbar sects or Shia-Sunni in Islam. Action has 3 effects-no effect or motion, visible effect of 2 types-useless or harmful, useful. 5. Concept of Yajña-Useful action is called Yajña. It has circular definition. Yajña is that action which creates useful products in cycles. Most important Yajña is farming, being foundation of civilization, it is agriculture. This is in cycle of year (Fasali san) and definition is for agriculture only. Product of Yajña is called Anna (food grain), for other Yajña any useful good or service is Anna. सहियज्ञाः प्रजाः सृष्ट्वा पुरोह वाच प्रजापितः । अनेन प्रसिवष्यध्वमेष वोहऽि वस्त्वष्टकामधुक ् ॥१०॥ (गीता, अध्याय ३) यज्ञिशष्टािशनः सन्तोह मुच्यन्ते सवर िकि वल्बषैः ॥१३॥ एवं प्रवितर तं चक्र ं नानुवतर यतीहि यः । अघायुिरि वन्द्रियारामोह मोहघं पाथर स जीवित ॥१६॥ = Prajāpati had created yajña along with creation of Prajā (beings) itself and directed them at start-you produce by it and let it satisfy all your desires. (10) Those who eat only the remains of yajña are freed of all sins. (13) The cycle of yajña needs to be continued, non-follower of the dictum leads useless life only for satisfying his organs. (16) 7 parts of yajña are defined in Gītā (3/14-15)अन्नाद्भवि वन्त भूतािन पजर न्यादन्न सम्भवः । यज्ञाद्भवित पजर न्योह यज्ञः कमर समुद्भवः ॥१४॥ कमर ब्रह्मोहद्भवं िविद्धि ब्रह्माक्षरसमुद्भवम् । तस्मात्सवर गतं ब्रह्म िनत्यं यज्ञे प्रितिष्ठितम् ॥१५॥ 3
Chain of creations is-(1) Akśara, (2) Brahma, (3) Karma, (4) Yajña, (5) Parjanya, (6) Anna, (7) Bhūta-which is same as Akśara (1). Here, Brahma is not the ultimate creator. Rather, it is inert matter, called Brahmā in Purāņas. Brahmākśara = Brahmā + Akśara as well as (Brahma + Akśara). The Great Being is called Puruşa, which means man at individual level. The whole world is a great man. Universal or individual aspects are seen at 4 levels-(1) The outer form is always decaying, so it is called Kśara. (2) Creative or functional identity is called Akśara. That is hidden, so it is called Kūţastha. Kūţa also means hill-top, which is named as identity of a hill. (3) Avyaya is link of change due to surroundings. Total remains the same, so it is not spent or avyaya. (4) Parātpara is same for all objects-there is no distinction at any level. (see Gītā, 15/16-18). What is useful product? -Which keeps the system running. All families, trades, industry, society, transport, communication, education etc and country itself needs to be kept moving or active. All human activities are classified in many ways 14 types in Gītā, or 18 types in Kaṭhopaniṣad. Generally, it is classified in 5x5 ways symbolized by 5 Namaj or 5 Mahā-yajña (daily routine). 6. Concept of Go-Nirukta (Vedic dictionary, 2/13) defines it as any object having 3 qualities-motion, creation and place for that. Largest Go is the field in which galaxy was created-it is called Goloka which is 10 times bigger than the galaxy. As it does work, it has been called Kūrma also. Next Go is creative zone of sun having rays. Bright part has radius of 5 lakh earth diameters having Uranus orbit. First verse of Yajurveda tells that solar wind (flow of charged particles extends till 3000 sun diameters (up to Uranus) found in 2007 NASA probe. Motion upto boundary of this earth is by pressure of solar wind-called tail of cow. Third Go is earth planet which is place of human civilization since about 2 billion years called Sṛṣṭi-samvat (creation year). It was called gaiya in Greek and Geo in Latin (viz geography, geology). Within human body, organs are Go-they move in direction of their objects, like grazing of cows (gochara). Any thing visible is called dṛṣṭi-gochara. इि वन्द्रियं वै वीयर गावः। (शतपथ ब्राह्मण ५/४/३/१०) The animal which is foundation of human civilization till today is also called Go. Male form is also Go, given separate name vṛṣa (which radiates or gives). Its complementary is Yoṣā (receiver, receiving end?). Bull is used for most important base of humanity-agriculture. Cow provides most important food milk and also gives birth to bull. To maintain humanity Go symbolizing all creative work must be protected, not by Hindus only. This is the essence of first verse of Yajurveda (for action, yajña) which is its preambleॐ इ॒षे त्वोह॑र्जे त्वा॑र् व॒ायव॑र् स्थ द॒ेवोह व॑र्ः सिव॒ता प्रापर ॑र्यतु आप्या॑र्यध्व मघ्न्य॒ा इन्द्रिा॑र्य भ॒ागं प्र॒जाव॑र्तीरनम॒ीवा अ॑र्य॒क्ष्मा मा व॑र् स्तेन ईष ॑र् त माघशँ॑र्सोह ध्रुवा अ॒ि वस्मन् गोहप॑र्तौ स्यात ब॒ह्वीयर जमा॑र्नस्य प॒शून्पा॑र्िहि (वा. यजु १/१) Flow of energy from Sun has been called Īşā, it is central axis of all life, so it is called Īşā-daṇḍa (axle rod) of ratha of sun. Its measure is given in Bhāgavata purāṇa, part 5 as 6000 yojana (1 yojana = sun diameter). In human body, it is spinal cord which links brain with body. Sun in space is life, its image is digestive system around maṇipūra-chakra which feeds the body. Here, cow is called Aghnyā, i.e. not to be killed. In general, ‘go’ means sun-rays, any place (e.g. earth) where yajña is done, yajña itself, and human organs. Thus, all as cycle of production are to be maintained and only its remains are to be consumed as taught in Gītā (3/10-16). If we maintain chain of yajña starting with human body and organs, family and Indra (king, space radiation) we will be bestowed with 4
Prajā, will remain free of any infection and decay. We will not take due of others. ‘Gha’-the fourth letter indicates 4 Puruşārtha (aims of human life). Not following the path is agha = sin. We should not deviate from Puruşārtha which is taught by Charaka by maintaining healthy life. Then man and society will run steadily and wealth will increase. On earth surface, agriculture is base for all other yajña. So, the rod of plough (Hala) is called Īşā or Harīşa (hal+īşa). That is put to start any worship whip is a model of all yajña. It is also called yūpa-dāru (wood for central axle). If that axle is kept moving for efficient agriculture (agri =first of culture), we remain healthy, wealthy and do not need other’s wealth. 7. Eating of cow- Mention of cow starts at 2/68 of Koran. 2/72-God says, it is a cow “not broken to plough the earth or water the tilth; one without blemish; of one colour. Then they slaughtered her, though they would rather not do it. =The cow is to be worshipped as meant by Baqarid. The cow which is killed is not the animal which is used for ploughing etc as clearly told by Moses. This is the Yajna (production cycle) whose product is to be consumed-remains of the cycle (Gita 3/13, 4/31). Moses has stated that Cow of Dun colour (mixed between white-dark 2/70), neither old or young, between the two (2/69) is to be killed. That has been called killing of Babhru (brown colour) cow. Babhru also means surplus product. We are to consume only the surplus of cow or any yajña (yajña-śiṣṭa) which is amṛta, i.e. steady product when cow or yajña is maintained. यज्ञिशष्टािरेसनःसन्तोह मुच्यन्ते सवर िकि वल्बषैः। (गीता ३/१३) यज्ञिशष्टामृतभजोह याि वन्त ब्रह्म सनातनम्। (गीता ४/३१) This has been explained as product of galaxy in space in Ṛk (1/154)प्र तद् िवष्णुः स्तवते वीयेण मृगोह न भीमोह क ु चरोह िगिरष्ठिाः। यस्योहरुषु ित्रिषु िवक्रमणेष्विरेधिक्षयि वन्त भुवनािन िवश्वा॥२॥ = There are 3 Vikrama (power, effects) of Sun-Light, heat, ātmā, which create 3 types of beings on earth living on land, water, air. यस्य त्रिी पूणार मधुना पदान्यक्षीयमाणा स्वधया मदि वन्त। य उ ित्रिधातु पृिरेथवीमुतद्यामेकोह दाधार भुवनािन िवश्वा॥४॥ = 3 forms of solar energy in solar system are called Madhu (honey), their use is madhu-vidyā. The ocean surrounding it (inter-stellar space) is full of wine. Field of sun is Mitra, it is surrounded by galaxy of Varuṇa full of wine, so wine is called vāruṇī (it was known in 1985 that inter-stellar space is full of alcohol Life Itself(1) F H C Crick, Simon & Schuster, New Yorka, 1982. (2) Evolution From Space-F Hoyle and Chandra Wickramasinghe. (3) Intelligent Universe-F. Hoyle, Michael Joseph, London 1983. (4) Astronomical Journal-975 (196-99). तदस्य िप्रयमिरेस पाथोह अश्यां नरोह यत्रि देव यवोह मदि वन्त। उरुक्रमस्य स िहि बन्धुिरत्था िवष्णोहः पदे परमे मध्व उत्सः॥५॥ ता वां वास्तून्युश्मिरेस गमध्यै यत्रि गावोह भूिरशृङ्गा अयासः। अत्रिाहि तदरु ु गायस्य वृष्णः परमं पदमव भाित भूिर॥६॥ = Parama-pada of Viṣṇu (Sun) is Brahmāṇḍa or galaxy is limit of reach of sunrays where it is just visible as a point (Sūrya-siddhānta 12/80). By its radiation are made Bhūri-śṛnga (brown horn) cows. Here, Bhūri = excess, surplus radiation. śṛnga = projection, extrusion. The combined radiation of stars of galaxy creates a bright zone outside galaxy called its Corona which is mostly
neutrino particles. That field (Go-loka) creates galaxy called great child (Brahmavaivartta purāṇa, Prakṛti khaṇḍa, chapter 3). The products of cow are called brown eyes etcसा या बभ्रूः िपङ्गाक्षी (गौः)। सा सोहमक्रयणयथ या रोहिहिणी सा वात्रिरघ्नी यािमदं राजा संग्रामं िरेजत्वोहदाकुरुते ऽथ या रोहिहिणी श्येताक्षी सा िपतृदेवत्या यािमदं िपतृभ्योह घ्नि वन्त। (शतपथ ब्राह्मण ३/३/१/१४) 8. Distortion by British loyalists-Eating of cow meat story was invented by Bhandarkar Research Institute, Pune which was set up for such frauds only. Its commentary on Uttara-Rāma-charita drama of Bhavabhūti quotes a passage. When Vasiṣṭha visited Daśaratha, he was offered vatsa-tarī. Taking it produced Maḍ-maḍa sound. So, it is told that Vasiṣṭha did not wait for 2 year old calf to be cut or cooked, he straight away started eating whole animal (probably Marxists can demonstrate it) and sound of breaking bones was produced. After offer, Daśaratha stated that Madhu-parka was over and they can discuss the topic. Any visitor is tired and has dehydration, So, he is to be offered water and sugar in any form-called Madhuparka. That can be digested by infant also, so it is called Vatsatarī. When a tired person consumes Madhuparka, there is murmuring in stomach. Even if the mention of madhuparka is not seen, Marxist story is impossible in many ways-(a) each household has average 100 visitors each year when one calf is produced. To offer calf to each guest, cow population should be at least 100 times human population. (b) Any tired guest cannot wait for calf to be cut and cooked in 5 hours, till then he cannot be hungry. In the quoted case, Vasiṣṭha had come for 10 minutes discussion only. (c) Even a crocodile cannot suddenly eat a calf, it will take at least half hour to swallow it. Followers of Marx must be having mouth 3 times bigger than crocodile to eat calf with Mad-mad sound. Another story was created by Rahul Sankrityayana in his book-Volga se Ganga tak. His basis is Śvetāśvatara upaniṣad. This book nowhere mentions any horse (Aśva). There can be a question-why then the book is called Śvetāśvatara? Śva is from verb śvi=motion, growth. Source or energy for motion is Aśva. In space, only source of energy is sun, called Aśva in that sense. Its bright field is śveta (white) aśva (horse). The structures beyond that and its creator is described there, so it is Śvetāśvatara. Marxist version is that it is white part (bone) f horse. Tara = soup. So, ancient sages took only the soup of horse bones. Meat eating is not banned, rather Charaka-samhitā gives 3 chapters on virtues of various types of meat. But it could not see methods perceived by Marxists blind with British loyalty and hate for India.
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