- 1.The Big Bang theory which was theorized just before a few years was long before mentioned in the Upanishads.
2.The Holy Vedas clearly mentions that earth revolves around the sun. The Catholic Cleric, Copernicus elaborated on that theory and is often credited with the "discovery." However it was really a combination of Copernicus' conjecture combined with observations of Galileo and calculation of Johannes Kepler that proved it.
The Divine Creator, Almighty, who has given mankind with this revelation in the Holy Vedas on creation, maintenance and annihilation is omniscient
4.Equator has greater circumference compared to circumference measured through poles which geology says and discovered not very earlier which Almighty already sermon in Yajur Veda.
The circumference of the earth at the equator is 24,901.55 miles (40,075.16 kilometers).
But, if you measure the earth through the poles the circumference is a bit shorter - 24,859.82 miles (40,008 km). This earth is a tad wider than it is tall, giving it a slight bulge at the equator. This shape is known as an ellipsoid or more properly, geoid (earth-like).
5.WHAT IS PERMANENT SHELTER?
If any action has an equal and opposite reaction then what should be done to attain stable and permanent shelter?
6.Atman : unborn, eternal, permanent, primeval. Bhagavad Gita 2:20.
Never the Spirit was born;The Spirit will cease to be never;
Never was time it was not; End and Beginning are dreams;
Birthless and Deathless and Changeless remaineth the Spirit forever;
Death has no touched it at all, dead though the house of it seems.
Liberation is the giving up of the identification with the not-self and abidance in the Self. ～Srimad Bhagavatam: 2.10.6
8.Rules of Karma-Our deeds are the determinants of our rebirth in happy or unhappy place, Almighty sermon in Yajur Ved.
9.The secrets of movement of the departed soul.Rebirth is a phenomenon as per ordinance of Sanatan (Hinduism) Dharm (righteousness) unless the soul gets moksh (liberation) or this creation gets unmanifest. A question must come to mind that where moves the departed soul. There is a clear verse on the movement of the departed soul in Yajur Ved.
10.A body (or particle) tends to attain stability.A body loses energy to attain stability. When electronic configuration of an atom is studied, it's seen that an electron tends to attain stability and on losing energy jumps to the preceding orbital.Even the reaction between two or more atoms, molecules to form new molecules or compounds take place to attain stability. After attaining complete stability of energy a body becomes inert and unreactive (unaffected).As a whole, it's a fundamental tendency and goal to attain stability. This complete stability when a body becomes inert, (in case of soul) is called 'Moksha', the ultimate goal of soul (energy and consciousness).When a man holds all his senses (loses anger, attachments etc.) and meditates in order to attain stability he becomes completely stabilized (समबुद्धी/समत्वभाव) and inert or unaffected (मोक्ष).
The Vedas, the Upanishads and the Gita:Having controlled and stabilized all his senses and attachments (which affect human stability and a human is not stabilized); without getting affected by any feelings and senses, attains complete stability and becomes inert (attains Moksha and is never born again).
11.One who had fallen from Yoga (path of righteous action) is carried to the goal (which s/he intended to reach in his previous birth), by the force of the impressions of his/her past Yogic practices, though s/he may be unconscious of it and may not be willing to adopt the course of Yogic discipline due to the force of some evil Karma.
12.VEDAS.Knowledge/truth is of two types: 1. Science: established and proved by senses. 2. Vedas: can be established by yoga (harmonization) beyond senses. Veda is time immemorial, eternal and always true and it is the rule of beginning, sustaining and annihilation.
Vedas can be divided in two categories: 1.action (karma) 2. wisdom (Gnyan)
The action is divided in two layers : 1. Samhita 2. Brahman
The knowledge is divided in two layers : 1. Aranyak 2. Upanishad
Swami Vivekananda made a strict demarcation between the two classes of Hindu scriptures : the Shruti and the Smritis. The Shruti, by which is meant the Vedas, consist of eternally and universally valid spiritual truths. The Smritis on the other hand, are the dos and donts of religions, applicable to society and subject to revision from time to time. Vivekananda felt that existing Hindu smritis had to be revised for modern times. But the Shrutis of course are eternal - they may only be re-interpreted.
Religion is virtue over vices. Religion is serenity of mind. Religion is faith in truth.
13.YOG VASISTHAN: Aksharam brahma paramam swabhaavo’dhyaatmamuchyate; Bhootabhaavodbhavakaro visargah karmasamjnitah.
Brahman is the Imperishable, the Supreme; His essential nature is called Self-knowledge; the offering (to the gods) which causes existence and manifestation of beings and which also sustains them is called action. Bhagavad Gita 8:3
Self-knowledge has no object to be known. When the knowledge is the known, then the self knows itself.
Section: VI.2-chapter: 143
14.What is the might of Almighty, God defined in Vedas? Sharing here just two verses for our knowledge. We are to share more and more from SWARNIM BHARAT
15.Those who are confused whether Idolatry (Manifest form worship) is correct or not can refer to Gita: Chapter 12: Verse 2-4
Even in Vedas on one hand, image (Manifest form) of God is given. That image till where we could know Him because one cannot know Him completely.
Yajurveda: Chapter 31: Verse 1
"That Supreme Authority has infinite heads, hands, eyes, legs and even after assimilating the whole universe(s) He still remains"
On the other hand the Vedas say Him infinite but with no definite image (Unmanifest form).
JUST BECAUSE ONE CANNOT KNOW HIM COMPLETELY AS HE IS INFINITE AND HAS INFINITE IMAGES, HE IS TERMED AS Formless or Unmanifest (whose complete form cannot be grasped).
Such image (Manifest form) of God which the Vedas describe with infinite heads, hands, eyes and legs is shown only by Krishna in Gita.
In Gita: Chapter 10: Verse 40
Lord has cleared that He has image but He has infinite (no definite) image which makes Him formless (whose complete form cannot be grasped)
Yajurveda: Chapter 32: Verse 3
"There is no (finite) image to Him (God) who has been described in 'HiranyaGarbha', 'Yasmaann Jataha' and 'Mama Hinsit' verses and whose name is Glorious"
The two types of descriptions given by the Vedas are simplified by that Supreme Being in Gita: Chapter 12: Verses 2-4
He says,"Among the many paths of realization of God, the best is the Devotional Path. Some worship the manifest form of Mine and some worship My Unmanifest form. I'm the same ONE both the types of devotion lead to. Manifest form worship is easier but unmanifest form worship is difficult. Follow the easier that is the best."
The two types of descriptions of The Vedas mean the same.
IDOLATRY (Manifest form worship) IS PERMITTED AND THE BEST.
16.Many try to misguide the Dharmiks quoting false verses, creating and misinterpreting the meanings, creating their own stories to wrongly convert the innocents.
Some of the misguides quote first from Manusmruti Chapter 5 which quotes that consuming flesh is no wrong, thus, consuming Holy Cow's flesh is no sin.
This is totally a misguide, a misinterpretation and self created story. READ THE VERSES OF VEDAS AND KNOW YOURSELVES.
हिङ्कृणवती वसुपत्नी वसूनां वत्समिच्छन्ति मनसाभ्यागात्।
दुहामश्विभ्यां पयो अघ्न्येयं सा वर्धतां महते सौभगाय॥
(ऋक्: भाग 1: सूक्त 164: मन्त्र 27)
कभी भी वध न करने योग्य गौ.........
Cow, which must never be killed...
17.In the interior of the Heart - cave Brahaman alone shines in the form of Atman with direct immediacy as I, I. Enter into the Heart with questing mind or by deep within or though control of the breath and abide in the Atman.
～Sri Ramana Gita
18.Know the source of inspiration for one of the greatest scientists who gave the basis of Quantum Physics. --Albert Einstein.
19.What Almighty ordinance in Bhagavad Gita on PRAYER?
Bhagavad Gita 7:16. Four kinds of virtuous men worship Me, O Arjuna! They are the distressed, the seeker of knowledge, the seeker of wealth, and the wise.
Bhagavad Gita 7:17. Of them, the wise, ever steadfast and devoted to the One, excels (is the best); for, I am exceedingly dear to the wise and he is dear to Me.
Bhagavad Gita 7:18. Noble indeed are all these; but I deem the wise man as My very Self; for, steadfast in mind, he is established in Me alone as the supreme goal.
20.Many people criticize and debate on REBIRTH. Abrahamic religions disgrace and disapprove Rebirth whereas the eternal Sanatan Dharm approves it.
The Abrahamics and the atheists ask for SCIENTIFIC proof of Soul being immortal and about rebirth. Here we bring for you the answer.
One must be aware of the information that soul is nothing but energy. Now let us look at how SCIENCE itself clearly proves:
2. Immortality and Eternity of soul.
Since there is nothing immortal except God, soul, being immortal, is undoubtedly a part of God that's why it is immortal, unborn and eternal.
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