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Monday, April 9, 2012

Ancient Indian Wisdom: What is Plausible and what is not?

01)  Prayer to Mars (known in Sanskrit as Mangala, Kuja, Angaraka, Chiava & “Bhumi Putra” (Son of Earth).

Original Sanskrit Stotra: Dharani-garbha-sambhutam vidyut kanti-samaprabha Kumaram shakti-hastam ca mangalam pranamamy aham!

When translated in English, it means:
"I offer my obeisance to Shree Mangala, the god of the planet Mars, who was born from the womb of the earth goddess. His brilliant effulgence is like that of lightning, and he appears as a youth carrying a spear in his hand."

Latest pictures taken of the surface of mars suggest similarities between Earth and Mars.

If Tomorrow the World’s Astronomical Community concludes that, in fact, that the Mars emerged from the Earth, it wouldn’t surprise Indians as, the same has been believed by Ancient Indians, for Millennia!


02)  Nuclear War Heads mounted onto Missiles were used during Kurukshetra???

To say that the ‘Nuclear War Heads’ mounted onto Missiles were used during the great war of Mahabharata (6,000 BCE to 500 BCE) – which was said to have happened in South Asian Sub-Continent – in Kurukshetra in the present day Haryana could very well give us some geological evidence at these areas, especially, as we are in an era when we could confirm the similarities between the terrains of the Earth and Mars.

v  In ‘Dharma Yudhas’ (for further reference, please visit, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurukshetra_War ) – despite some “Adharma Tactics” which were said to have been indulged in – comprising Seven Akshauhinis by Pandavas and Eleven Akshauhinis by Kauravas (totalling 18 Akshauhinis, while the war itself said to have lasted for 18 days). Akshauhini, was an ancient battle formation that consisted of 21,870 chariots (Sanskrit ratha); 21,870 elephants; 65,610 cavalry and 109,350 infantry,[1] as per the Mahabharata (Adi Parva 2.15-23). The ratio is 1 chariot: 1 elephant: 3 cavalry : 5 infantry soldiers. In each of these large number groups (65,610, etc.), the digits add up to 18 – amounting to a minimum of 47,23,920 Men, 21,870 elephants and 65,610 cavalry.

v  Part of those above 18 Akshauhinis said to have come from as far as the Kingdom of ‘Kamarupa’, the present-day Guwahati in Lower Assam, from a distance of 1,923 Kilometers, that was, when there were no highways or any kind of built roads, between these cities, which just proves that there had been adequate notice to all participants, from several parts of West, North, East and North-Eastern India to converge at Kurukshetra before the appointed date, when the actual war was said to have taken place in a small area called Kurukshetra.

v  If indeed, as being propounded by some over-enthusiastic fanatics, ‘Nuclear War Heads’ mounted onto Missiles were really used by both the parties in that war, the entire armed forces and all animals involved on both sides: – amounting to a minimum Total Men of 47,23,920 numbers including infantry men, chariots of 3,93,660 numbers, elephants       3,93,660 numbers and cavalry 11,80,980 numbers would have been completely wiped out, with no Victors at all while there would have been big hole in place of what is believed to be Today’s Kurukshetra. 

v  Though there were some archeological evidence as to the happening of such a large-scale war so far, no evidence has come up as to the usage of ‘Nuclear War Heads’ mounted onto Missiles, by either party during that war.

v  In trying to prove the supremacy of the Ancient Indian Wisdom, if anybody propounds illogical occurrences, it would boomerang on our faces and it is also counter-productive in understanding the true wisdom of our ancestors.

Let’s please stop this nonsense, at once!

Madhuranthakam Prabhakar Rao,

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