Thursday, June 25, 2015

Secrets of Puri Jagannath

This blog is written to acknowledge the people how the ancient economy worked through spirituality and a sustainable form of business environment.

Lord Jagannath

Rathyatra(Car Festival)

Handicrafts of Odisha flourished for Jagannth Temple 

Eplique Work 

Stone Carving 

Odissi Dance and Attire 

Trakasi or Silver Filligree work 

Earthern Pottery and Abadha Prasadam 

The Prasadam has been served Mahaprasad (Oriyaମହାପ୍ରସାଦ) is the term applied to the 56 food items offered to Lord Jagannath in the holy Temple of Puri, located in OrissaIndia.

Four hallowed shrines located at cardinal points of the Indian sub-continent i.e. Puri, Rameswar, Dwarika and Badrinath are believed to have been liked by Lord Vishnu intimately. It is said and believed that He takes His bath at Rameswaram, meditates at Badrinath, dines at Puri and retires at Dwarika. Hence, the temple food "Mahaprasad" (not simply prasad) at Puri is held to be of supreme importance.
When the steam cooked food is carried to Lord in slings of earthen pots no flavour comes up from the food but when the same is carried back to the sale point after being offered to the Lord a delicious smell spells along in the breeze to the pleasant surprise of the devotees. Now the food is blessed.
Mahaprasad are sold in Anand Bazar or the Pleasure Mart of the temple which is situated on the north east corner of the outer enclosure of the temple. It is the biggest open-air hotel in the world where every day thousands of devotees purchase and eat together forgetting their caste, creed and status

Pattachitra painting of Puri Dist(Raghurajpur)

Brass and Bell Metal Work of Ganjam and Nayagarh District

 Horn Work of Gajapati Dist

Odia Literature 

Odia Classical Dance and Songs

Odia Script 

Monday, March 2, 2015


Vishnu Symbolism and The Theory of Evolution

Recently the western scientists confirmed that Big Bang Never happened, which shows how the western scientists are uncertain about their so called scientific theories....

The Ancient Hindu sages has a remarkable feat of Knowledge about Biology, Cosmology (The theory of Everything ) with which they invented Yoga and Ayurveda diagnosing different species of flora and faun and the entire cosmos.

The Hindu Scriptures mentioned:
Iconography of Lord Vishnu: Who has no specific form and who has no beginning and no end: That the Universe has no Beginning and No end.
In The epic Jaya(Mahabharata) Lord Krishna ,while revealing his cosmic form(Vishnu) before  Arjuna showed him the Stars, Galaxies and other heavenly bodies which made Arjuna to faint on the Battle ground(Kurukhetra/dharma khetra/earth).

Lord Vishnu resides with in a coiled serpent (a huge galaxy looks like a coiled serpent)

He resides in the Khirasagara or Ocean of milk (the refraction of scattered light particles of a galaxy look like a white colour ocean)

He has four arms (the galaxy has four arms where other small galaxies, star clusters, nebulas, Constellations, stars, solar systems, planets exists). This is the for arms of the Swastica Symbol which has a very important root in various nations and a sacred symbol of Hindusim.

Lord Brahma (Hiranya Garva-The Bright Light) the creator of the living world originates from lord Vishnu navi ( the center of galaxy has a brightest star which /who created the the living world)...

Samudra Manthana(Churning of Ocean)

Samudra Manthan represents the churning of cosmic ocean or the heavenly bodies which gives rise to many gods, goddess, nectar, poison, jewels, creatures, apsaras and other precious things .

Jatha Pinde Tatha Brahmande 

The Human body is made up of the Five key elements of cosmos Agni(Fire), Vayu(Air), Pristhwi(earth), Jala(water), Eather (Sky)

There are 33 lakh Yoni a person has to take birth which depicts the no of species which surviving in earth is nearly equal to the present day 34 lakh species...

Hindu Theory of Evolution and Natural selection

•          Matsya - fish, the first class of vertebrates; evolved in water
•        Kurma - amphibious (living in both water and land; but not to confuse with the vertebrate class amphibians)
•         Varaha - wild land animal/ Mammal
•      Narasimha - beings that are half-animal and half-human (indicative of emergence of human thoughts and intelligence in powerful wild nature)
•          Vamana - short, premature human beings
•          Parasurama - early humans living in forests and using weapons
•          Rama - humans living in community, beginning of civil society
•          Krishna - humans practicing animal husbandry, politically advanced societies
•          Buddha - humans finding enlightenment
•          Kalki - advanced humans with great powers of destruction.

Modern Theory of Evolution

Charles Robert Darwin, FRS ( 12 February 1809 – 19 April 1882) was an English naturalist and geologist, best known for his contributions to evolutionary theory
Darwin published his theory of evolution with compelling evidence in his 1859 book On the Origin of Species, overcoming scientific rejection of earlier concepts of transmutation of species. Darwin’s scientific discovery is the unifying theory of the life sciences, explaining the diversity of life. The voyage of the Beagle, 1831–1836 he traveled many parts of the world including Indonesia, Cambodia, which has the world’s largest Vishnu Temple complex. On the walls of the temple it has clearly depicted the DASAVTAR of Lord Vishnu. This would have forced Darwin to propound his theory of evolution.

Unlike Darwins theory of Evolution of Species , Vishnu Dasavataram categorized the evolution of life naturally , environmentally and socially .... what an extraordinary intellect of Indian Rishis .

Thursday, February 19, 2015



The picture tells about the story when the Ponds of Gokula was poisoned by a Venomous many hooded serpent Kalia, and the cattle and Human were dying by consuming the water of that pond ....When the situation brought in to the notice of Sri Krishna , he entered into the Pond and Tamed the serpent and Danced on his numerous heads by holding his tail in his hand without killing him, which subsequently nullified the poisonious effect of Kalia and the water of the pond turned as consumable by the creatures and Humans ...

Modern day Symbolism:

Our Rivers/Ponds/Ground water has been contaminated by many industrial waste products/chemicals/other things ( Which resemblance to the Kalia snake and its numerous heads).The outcome is the creatures who are living on a pond and ocean ecosystem  are suffering from the poisoning/contamination. Subsequently the human race also suffering a lot.

The environmentalists ...Who represents lord Krishna...Krishna= Black/Blue=Space =Any one who has those qualities can fit on his attire...


People were worshiping God Indra for rain, good harvest but Lord Krishna Opposed it, and told the villagers to worship cow, and the hill nearby which gives them food , rain ,shelter.Convinced with Sri Krishna's suggestions people stopped worshiping lord Indra.Indra became angry, and showed his anger through flood and drought in the village. Krishna then lifted Mt Govardhan and held it up for the protection of people and cattle from the wrath of Lord Indra. Indra finally accepted defeat and recognized Krishna as supreme.And gradually the peace and prosperity returned in the Village Gokula.
Symbology: Modern Depiction

The God Indra(god of ecstasy and pleasure) is non other than our Indriya (our scenes always need pleasure and ecstasy)

The actual meaning is we are obsessed with our materialistic and bodily desires and worshiping our Indra (Indriya : Senses ).We think our demand, misery is producing food but in fact we are destroying the resources to satisfy our demands.Whenever we stop fulfilling the desire of senses it is hurting us.(as god Indra started hurting the villagers). So we have to stop worshiping our Indriyas (God Indra) and we have to worship our Soul and the nature(Lord Krishna) to be-happy.

We are contaminating the soil with the poisons like chemical fertilizers, Polyethylene , Heavy metals etc for better yield and to fulfill our wishes but in the contrary it reduces the fertility of the soil and we are getting a small hike in yield for a specific period of overcome the problem again we are applying more Pesticides and Fertilizers  for better production which gradually kills the fertility of the soil ....
When we stop using these fertilizers or stopping the use of products produced by foreign MNCs( like Coka Cola, Pepsi,Mc Donalds, Liquers, Burger,Pizza)  the yield is not as the previous one and we could not feel good by consuming milk and other healthy foods respectively which is resemblance to the wrath of  Lord Indra. 

The Mountain Ecosystem is one of the delicate and largest ecosystem in the world. It provides 80% of freshwater and home to million species of flora and fauna.By lifting/protecting the mountain eco system lord Krishna has restored a sustainable lifestyle for the people, which nourished the cows and promoted Ayurveda from the herbs from the mountains which forced Indra dev to surrender before Lord Krishna. 
For a sustainable living we have to worship the environment, the cow and our Karma (good work), then only we can live joyously .

"There is plenty in the world for man's need but not for man's greed."


Again our Western friends justified that Brain Drain is Good for an Emerging Economy Likely they previously found out Eating 'Marijuana' has tremendous health benefits ....One have to salute these Ten headed Ravan of the modern world ....They think-manipulate-change everything for their own good...We can relate the present situation to the Mythical Villain Ravan, when Ram was trying to behead on head of Ravan , another new head was replacing the previous one ,likely the western nations are gathering money in a very shrewd way through various nocious ways through MNCs(Cocacola, Pepsi, Johnson and Johnson, HUL,P&G etc), International organisations like UN, WTO, IMF, IAEA etc, Christan Missionaries ...they are gathering  huge wealth by unethical means ...this is how the Mythical brahmin King(Intellectual) Ravan ....they built Modern day Subarna LanKA(UK,EU,US,UAE) sucking the blood from the poor ???They have the worlds most sophisticated Puspak Vimana(Airforce One) .....and has worlds most lethal weapons in their enormous hands...Some of their Tapsya (hard work) has been blessed by Lord Shiva(personified in their draconian inventions and discoveries) ...Now they are going to lift up the mount Kailasha(Human Race in Danger) and can be blessed with Chandrahas (the most powerful weapon of Mankind) by him(shiva).... Hey Vishnu please take the Ram Avataram Once again ... we are waiting for you in KaliYUg .....Come and stop these multi headed Ravans,Cut down their heads one by one ..... we ll help you as Vanara Sena .....We usually forget our strength as Hanuman does ....We desperately need a leader like you ...



Before G. J. Mendel----Watson and Crick ....Here it is ...what the Indian-Glyphs speaks about Genetics and Heredity...

Genetics and DNA double helical structure was known to ancient Indians thousand years before the western biologists discovered it.....

Gothra System (lineage) is nothing but to know about the lineage of 'Y' chromosome...


probably lord Shiva is worshiped for this purpose ..often people seek boon for a son, from lord shiva...



Friday, February 6, 2015

What is ‘Hindu’ and What is ‘Hindu Dharma’ ?


We often mistake the word Hindu as Religion. To Know about it we have to focus the etymology and origin of the two words i.e 'Hindu' and 'Dharma'. Who is a Hindu and What is Dharma has been narrated briefly under. 

Origin of the word:
In origin, Hinduš was Old Persian name of the Indus River, cognate with Sanskrit word Sindhu. By about 2nd - 1st century BCE, the term "Hein-tu" was used by Chinese, for referring to North Indian people. The Persian term was loaned into Arabic as al-Hind referring to the land of the people who live across river Indus, and into Greek as Indos, whence ultimately English India.

The word Hindu is derived (through Persian) from the Sanskrit word Sindhu, the historic local name for the Indus River in the northwestern part of the Indian subcontinent (modern day Pakistan and Northern India).

According to Gavin Flood, "The actual term Hindu first occurs as a Persian geographical term for the people who lived beyond the river Indus (Sanskrit: Sindhu)". The term Hindu then was a geographical term and did not refer to a religion.

So there is no such reference about the word Hindu as a religion in any of the Ancient Scriptures.Though there is no reference about the word Hindu in the Vedic literatures we have to assume that the people of Indian Subcontinent has no Religion and No specific geographical boundaries.

A brief explanation about its use in the modern day

According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, "Hindutva ('Hindu-ness'), an ideology that sought to define Indian culture in terms of Hindu values".

In a 1995 judgment, the Supreme Court of India ruled that "Ordinarily, Hindutva is understood as a way of life or a state of mind and is not to be equated with or understood as religious Hindu fundamentalism ... it is a fallacy and an error of law to proceed on the assumption ... that the use of words Hindutva or Hinduism practicing any religion  ... It may well be that these words are used in a speech to promote secularism or to emphasize the way of life of the Indian people and the Indian culture or ethos, or to criticize the policy of any political party as discriminatory or intolerant

In the Constitution of India, the word "Hindu" has been used in places to denote persons professing any religion originated in India (i.e. Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism or Sikhism).

From the above Definitions and Historical evidences its quite clear that Hindu refers to the Nationalism of India later-on. i.e.Hindustani (residence of the land near Indus) or in Short term ‘Hindu’.

In the present day we forget the etymology of the word and assumed it as a Religion.

Now look at the word Religion and Dharma which we often confused with the word Dharma as Religion .


Dharma provided the principle for the Harmonious fulfilment of the aspects of life,namely, the acquisition of wealth of power(artha), fulfillment of desires(kama), and liberation(moksha).

Water’s Dharma is to replenish a dried land to greenery to make it wet, wind’s dharma is to make anything dry , Fire’s Dharma is to burn or to radiate heat, so do The Planets Dharma is revolving around the Sun and etc there are some thousand lakhs living and non living entity are there in the entire cosmos to sustain the universe by lining up to their Dharma ....


While Religion applies to only human beings and not to the entire cosmos; there is no religion of electrons, monkeys, plants and cosmic mass like stars, nebulas and galaxies .whereas all of them have their dharma even if they carry it out without intention....

So, what is the Dharma for Human ?

Dharma can be attained by practicing the four paths or duties in a Human life,
  1.   Karma Yoga: THE YOGA OF ACTION
We can find the the above philosophy in different faiths across the world...

To know more about the above paths please follow the link: (four fold path)

According to Panchatantra Hitopnished a collection of fables, 'Dharma' has been defined in a different way.
The sixth verse of the preface   says as follows,

विद्या ददाति विनयं विनयाद्याति पात्रताम्
पात्रत्वाद्धनमाप्नोति धनाद्धर्मं ततः सुखम्

Vidya Dadati Vinayam, Vinayad Ati Patratam |
Patratwat DhanamApnoti, Dhand Dharma Tatah Sukham |

(True/complete) knowledge gives discipline, from discipline comes worthiness, from worthiness one gets wealth, from wealth (one does) good deeds, from that (comes) joy.

In reverse, To be happy in life we have to do good deeds, to do good deeds we have to acquire wealth in a righteous way , to acquire wealth we have to be worthy , to be worthy we have to be disciplined , and to be disciplined we have to acquire the complete Knowledge (i e wisdom) and  i.e Dharma

So the Sloka indirectly leads us towards the Four fold path of Srimad Bhagvat Geeta. i.e about The Jnana Yoga( The yoga of Knowledge and Wisdom).

Hindu Dharma:

From the above narration now we are clear that the Hindu Dharma is not equal to Hindu religion. People of India has different Sects who worship different gods and goddesses. Even the tribals of India has their own God and Godess and the rituals are different from the people who practice Vedic Rituals.

The three main ancient sects(religions) are Saiva, Sakta and Vaishnava. Lord Shiva was the prehistoric deity of the ancient world (found in Indus valley civilization).He is the three main deity of the Universe who born as Shankara as a Human and people started following his philosophies. Later Shakti or the Godess of Power being worshiped and some people dragged practicing the philosophy of Shaktism and they are known as Shakta and later those who started following Krishnna(incarnation of the Supreme soul the Formless)  they are being known as Vaisnavite or the followers of Vaisnavism.So as Budha , Jaina, Juda, Christ , Muhammad ....born in this world as humans and they left their philosophies .... 

Lord Krishna told that the GOD is formless and he has many names and He incarnate in the course of time as Avtars/Prophets.Whenever or wherever there found a depletion of humanitarian values.To save the Sadhus from the tyranny of he Asadhus the supreme soul manifest himself as many avatars.

Narating the form of Supremesoul or the Father (ParamPita) he revered as Lord Vishnu(who has no form but in his body the entire cosmos and the entire Avatars resides).

As described by one of the 14th century saint Adi Shankaracharya in his phylosophy Advaita Vedanta;

"Brahma Satyam. Jagat Mithya. Jivo Brahmaiva Na Parah." These can be translated in English as follows:
God only is real. The world is unreal. The individual is none other than God.

What Islam says about the supreme soul

lā ʾilāha ʾillā-llāh, muammadun rasūlu-llāh
There is no god but God, Muhammad is the messenger of God

What the Christianity preaches about the Supreme Soul:

The Holy Bible in Genesis 1-26, 27 it is mentioned that the God created man in His Own image.God being the Supreme Reality, formless, omniscient, His image in the gross body is the only “real self” which is formless. This image is the divine soul in the human body.

The three main religions of the world speaks about the same thing.

Sankracharya describes this stage as “Aham Brahmasmi ” i.e. I am Brahma. Even what the holy Bible preaches in Genesis 1-26, 27 had found that God created man in His Own image.  In a stage of perfection and self- realization Christ also became God Himself. It is due to this metaphysical concept that a large number of Christians con¬sider Christ as God, while others consider Him as Son of God. Only in the stage of perfection, both concepts mean the same. So long as the individuals do not reach the stage of perfection and self- realization, soul and spirit remain separate and perform different roles. This divine concept leads to Personal and Impersonal God, or “Sakar and Nirankar” Brahma. Those worshiping him as personal God, tend to give form and attributes to the God and even give different attributes to a large number of gods/goddesses and want blessings from all of them.     

In the course of time the supreme soul has incarnated in various forms as Budha, Jaina, Juda, Christ , Muhammad and other  sacred souls.They appeared before us whenever there was a depletion of the humanitarian values. There was a clash between the followers of different sects (Saiva,Shakta, Vaishnaba, Budhha, Jaina, Sikh..) in India too...but later on when the beliefs has been clarified by the saints that all God has one origin, the pertaining religious intolerance had been  eradicated and the Vaisnavite going to the Shiva temple and vise-versa.

And People started following all the Gods and Goddess as one. But again the problem started when the people from a different land moved to India in the course of time These were the people from middle east.They shared a different culture .The culture practiced by the people in different geographies was not same as the culture of Indians(Hindustanis-Hindus). Though India has a fertile land it cultivated the medicinal  herbs and it adopted the culture accordingly  to the availability of its natural resources. Its found in the spicy cuisine and exquisite attire. They used the herbs,plants, cow milk products to keep themselves healthy.Later on, they sold the spices and herbs to the distance countries through the ancient spice route stretched to Greece ,Italy in the west and Indonesia and Japan in the East. They  earned huge money out of it which leaded them to economic and social prosperity.They built gigantic temples, which helped to protect the granary and protected  people from natural calamities.They demonstrated the militaryeconomic and architectural might in the magnificent temple sculptures.The secret chambers were also used for scientific research and development in Astronomy, Engineering, Medicine, Art. Literature, Song, Dance and Handicrafts. From where all the present classical dances, songs, literature, cuisine or delicacies, Hand-looms and Handcrafts originated. Its impossible without the royal patronage. The Kings were practicing the Raja Dharma to protect its Kingdom from the external invasion by the enemy.The Largest temple complex(Angkor Wat) of Vishnu in Cambodia and the artifact of the Godess lakshmi found in the city of Pompeii in Italy are the evidence of ancient India's influence in the whole world.From where all the people from west started migrating  to India for Knowledge and wealth and some settled in with the customs and culture and some followed their own lifestyle.
Ancient Spice and silk route (Blue and REd lines)
They also enacted a set of rules(Dharma Sastra) for a healthier living so they build massive Step Wells and Ponds to cleanse the body in the early in the morning before the sun rise .The practice of going temple has been made a daily phenomena,to purifying the soul. Which also helped to build a robust sustainable economy (Refer earlier sec).Now its quite evident that Indians were most careful about health and sanitation in the ancient days.

Later on, the people from the Middle East migrated to India who used to live in a different landscape, their living style was quite different from the life style of India. They ate non-vegetarian food though their geographic location is mostly covered by the deserts and where hardy any shrub and vegetation found. So they lived mostly on meat of the animals found in the deserts. They cremated the body after death in the desert for non availability of wood. But when they migrated to India they have never realized that they are living in much more fertile land which was rich with vegetation. They practiced the same lifestyle where they used to live .They started killing the cows for their living ,whereas  the economy of India was totally based on cow. Subsequently which fueled a bitter strife among the two large communities who were living on cow.Which pushed forward to the division of society and they started combating each other .Subsequently. which given rise to the present day word religion and religious intolerance , communal disharmony etc.   

People have to change according to Sthana(Place), Kala(Time) and Patra(Situation).Example: The law enacted before thousand years(TIME) is not practicable today, a new law code to be needed  according to the present situations.If people of India will start eating western(PLACE) foods, wear western attire it ll have a deep impact on the Indian economy because the Indian cuisine and attire depends on the raw materials available in India. Billions of people live on cultivation, preparing and rearing these materials or staple foods. So eating food Burger, Pizza,Cola,Wine will benefit those countries where the raw materials are available to prepare these foods/beverages.And it ll not have a deep health hazards  but also it ll ruin an economy , crores of people will lose their livelihood and  they ll force to commit suicide, which is quite evident in the present day situations in India.Likely when we try to operate business in a nation which is going through severe economic or civil unrest/ downturn(SITUATION) will impact on our  trade.

The same thing is with Christianity (refer previous article).Its due to the geographic location, the Christian culture got westernized, while the rituals are predominant to the ancient Indian Culture.The Roman catholic church is not revealing the early and later period of Christ (from age 11-28) to the people, while from many Historic evidences its been said Jesus Christ has found wondering in the Himalayan Terrain.The famous book 'Jesus in India' is an English version of an Urdu treatise written by the Holy Founder of the Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1835-1908).

Abundant evidence has been furnished from Christian as well as Muslim Scriptures, old medical books and books of history, including ancient Buddhistic records, to illustrate the theme.

The term Hindu was later appeared in some Sanskrit texts such as the later Rajataranginis of Kashmir (Hinduka, c. 1450). The Hindu religion (dharma) was set in apposition with Islam (turaka dharma) by poets such as Vidyapati, Kabir and Eknath. 16th- to 18th-century Bengali Gaudiya Vaishnava texts including Chaitanya Charitamrita and Chaitanya Bhagavata also made similar comparisons.Towards the end of the 18th century, the European merchants and colonists began to refer to the followers of Indian religions collectively as Hindus. The term Hinduism was introduced into the English language in the 19th century to denote the religious, philosophical, and cultural traditions native to India.

So Hindusim or Hindu Dharma means the life style OR The way of living, who lives in the Indian sub continent. Their religious affiliation differs as Shaiva, Shakta, Vaishnava, Ganapatya, Budhha, Jain,Sikh and Now its time to consider Islam and Christianity to add with Hinduism. Because Hinduism not refers to a religion but a way of life and our Nationality.

We may have different Gods/Prophets ;  Shiva, Krishna, Budha, Nanak , Jaina, Jesus Christ, Muhammad but we have one religion . Our Nationality is our religion ....Hindustani (in short Hindu) ....

Jai Hind...

Bibliography : Wikipedia, Advaita Vedanta Philosophy, Articles of Swami Sivananda, The Holy Bible, other sources.

Thursday, December 25, 2014

Striking Similarity in Worship (Christianity and Hinduism)

Oh !!! what a striking similarity in worship (hindu and Christian):


1. They use Idol to worship as like Hindus ( we keep our forefathers photo to                     remember him  to feel like he is alive  among us )


2. They Use gold  (only metal  which is totally  rust and corrosion  proof , which                radiate a  positive  energy)


3. They use Brass Bell , which produces the sacred vibration 'Ohm' . 

Science Behind Ringing the Bell



4. They use Incense in worship as the Hindus do 


5. They use Candle because cow was not there at that time ( we use Ghee lamp because          cow is  Indigenous to India )



6. They dip or sprinkle Holy water to Baptise while Hindus dip in the holy river Ganges





7. they use Christmas tree in celebrating X-Mas , Hindu worship Kalpa Bata(A wish fulfilling     Tree of  Heaven)


8. They say ''praise the Lord'', HIndus chant sacred mantras in devotion to Lord ...

As Krishna is worshiped is the magnificent temples of India ...


Hindu Rudraksha Beads

Christian Prayer Rosary Beads

HIndu Sandle Prayer Beads

People adopt a culture according to the environment ,geographic climate and  the availability of raw materials for living and eating.

When they migrate to a better place, they have to change according to the  Sthana(Place), Kala(Time) and Patra(. Otherwise there will be a raise in difference between the different communities. Though india was a rich land , people from different places and different beliefs migrated to this land.Gradually some of them adopted the culture,tradition, values which benefitted them for their overall prosperity but since last 700 years it seems there is no understanding of the past practise which they used to practice in the areas where they were living and want to apply the same life style Here, The consequences is traceable from the economic down  turn.  

A Cow herd and A Ship Herd