Sunday, July 31, 2011

Black Holes and Bhagavatam


Time for new Gyaan people!!

In the last post, I had shared the description of our Universe and the TWO different types of Creations. For easy understanding of the descriptions from our Scriptures, we'll now take each topic individually beginning with our Galaxy, the Milky Way.


Zoom out from Earth to the Milky Way



As you can see from the video above, ours is a Spiral Galaxy containing a Galactic Center, and various arms radiating outwards from it, in a spiral fashion.

Our Spiral Galaxy



As mentioned earlier, Puranic literature is full of Astronomical details and our Galaxy is quite vividly detailed in {Chapter 23, Canto 5 of the Bhagvat Puraan}.

When I went through the descriptions, I was pleasantly surprised to know that the Rishis of yore have described our galaxy EXACTLY the way it is described now by modern Astronomers!! Bhagavatam compares it with the Kundalini Chakra, the energy source seated at the base of Human Spine like a coiled serpent. As a person's Yogic Powers advance, the Kundalini Energy moves upwards from one Chakra to another ultimately leading the Yogi to complete Enlightenment just as was achieved by Gautam Buddha.


Kundalini rising through the Chakras

This celestial creature forming our Galaxy, is called Shishumar and is supposed to rest with its body wound around itself in a right-handed coil with the center formed by its tail end.

To the students of Science, this shape may be familiar as that of the Benzene Ring, which resembles a Snake biting its own tail!! Incidentally the symbol is also known by the Greeks as Ouroboros and by Chinese as the Dragon representing the never-ending cycle of Life and Death, the different Seasons, Time etc.

Shishumar/Ouroboros/Dragon




Scriptural description of the Galaxy

The Bhagvatam gives complete details of the various Lokas of the galaxy giving precise LOCATIONS of the various divine and semi-divine denizens of our Galaxy! Let us see what these locations are and try to find out a useful address or two from the descriptions ;o)

The Galactic Center, is the tail-end of the coiled serpent and is supposed to be a seat of Immense Power and Energy. According to the Bhagavatam, this Galactic Center is formed by the Dhruva Loka.

It is important to note that according to modern Astronomy, Galactic Center is made up of very large mass and density which scientists believe to be a Supermassive Black Hole. Black Holes are the evolutionary end-point of MASSIVE stars and pack within themselves the power of thousands of Nuclear bombs combined!


Supermassive Black Hole at the Galactic Center



Now,  Dhruva as we know is the Pole Star and according to Bhagavatam, it is supposed to be situated right at the CENTER of our Galaxy. At present, the Northern pole star is Polaris, which lies close to the Celestial North Pole, and is visible at the end of the constellation Ursa Minor (Little Dipper). However, after researching its location, I found that this particular Star does not lie as far as the Center of the Galaxy and it dampened my excitement a bit :o(


Present Pole Star Polaris


But, as I kept trying to find out more, I came across a phenomenon known as the Precession of Equinoxes. Simply put, it states that the role of the North Star PASSES from one star to another. This means that Other stars have occupied the position of the Pole Star before now!

Precession of the Equinoxes is slow, taking about 25,770 years to complete a cycle,  hence a single star typically holds that title for many CENTURIES, and since Hindu history measures time in billions of years, One of these stars could have been located in the vicinity of the Galactic Center at some point in our Ancient History!!


Pole Stars of Past and Future


Identifying that Star is beyond my current research capacity, but I believe if we can find  it, it would help us date our Scriptures in a more authentic fashion as well as give us a proof that our civilization is INDEED very ancient.

The scripture further states that Dhruv-loka is supposed to be the Supreme Seat of Lord Vishnu in the Mortal Realm where He reclines on the Divine Serpent Sheshnaag accompanied by Goddess Lakshmi in the Ocean-of-Milk called Ksheer-Sagar.


Demigods praying to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi seated on Sheshnaag



Now, Black Holes have always been conjectured to be portals between different Universes, sort of like Gateways to different dimensions. This makes me believe that our Supermassive-Galactic-Center-Black-Hole can fit the precondition of being the Abode of Lord Vishnu amazingly well, as it would connect Him with the Spiritual Realm outside as well as the Material realm contained within this Universe! 



Moving on from the Galactic Center

Near the central abode of Dhruva resides Prajâpati, worshiped  by the demigods Agni, Indra and Dharma near the tail and the Holy Saptarishi Mandal at its waist.

On the right side of the Celestial Wheel are stationed the fourteen Uttarayan Nakshatras (Northern Zodiacs) from Abhijit to Punarvasu, and on its left side are found fourteen Dakshinayan Nakshatras (Southern Zodiacs) starting from Pushya and ending with Uttar-Aashadh.

The back of Shishumar is formed by stars collectively called Ajavithi and its belly is formed by the Sacred Ganges reverently known as the Akash Ganga.

If you look at the clear night sky, you'll observe a faint band of light stretching across the darkness, either through the middle or near the horizon which is considered it the symbolic representation of the Descent of Heavenly Ganges to the Mortal Realm of Earth.


Akash Ganga, the Milky Way



The stars called Punarvasu and Pushya form the right and left loins of the Shishumar; Ardra and Ashlesha form the right and left feet while Abhijit and Uttar-Aashadh form the right and left nostrils.  

Shravana and Purv-Aashadh form the right and left eyes respectively; while Mula and Dhanishtha form the two ears; Magha, the group of Eight Stars form its ribs on the left side while the Eight stars of  Mrigashirsha, form the ribs on its right. The stars Shatabhish and Jyeshtha form the right and left shoulders, Agasti forms the upper jaw and Yama, the lower one.

The planet Mars forms its face; Saturn forms its organ of generation; Brihaspati forms the hump on the shoulders while Surya - The Lord of the planets, (which I have taken as the reference point for the Labelled image of Shishumar below) forms its breast.

The Supreme Lord Narayan remains seated in its heart and the Moon is situated in its mind. The two Ashvins form either sides of its chest; Ushana or Venus forms its navel; Mercury is its Prana; Rahu is the neck and Ketu is all over its body in the form of different Comets.

The innumerable other stars we see are the numerous pores of its body. I have tried to label the image of our Galaxy according to the descriptions I have shared in this post. Please find below the Image that has resulted from this exercise.


Our Galaxy Shishumar


What is astonishing for me is that without access to any form of modern technology like the Hubble Space Telescope and its like, the Rishis of Yore could still fathom the extent and shape of our Galaxy in such a detailed fashion!

It was only in 1610, that Galileo used the first telescope and determined that Milky Way is formed of billions of dim stars that surround us. Before that, for centuries the astronomers had struggled with the basic questions about this band of light in the sky which were difficult to answer because of several reasons.
  • One, as we live within the Milky Way, trying to fathom its dimensions is like living in one tiny corner of a gigantic box and analyzing its composition and shape!
  • Second, the early telescopes weren't large enough and hence did not have sufficient range to clearly view the galaxy around us.
  • Finally, the Milky Way contains large amounts of cosmic dust that obscures distant stars when we're using regular telescopes.

However, the 20th century brought great advancement in telescope technology and large Optical, Radio, Infrared, and X-ray telescopes allowed Astronomers to peer through the cosmic dust and look further into space. With these tools, they could piece together the puzzle of our Galaxy's shape but the point to be emphasized here is that all this became apparent only after the 20th Century!


Eye-of-God Nebula caught by Hubble Space Telescope


Yet, surprisingly, ancient Vedic rishis had not only described the shape of the Galaxy, they had also identified a huge POWER SOURCE at its Center; given descriptions of most of its major STAR SYSTEMS; as well as defined the relative positions of different Lokas in our  ever-expanding Universe!!

Whether it was due to their Superhuman Yogic Powers, or a result of direct observation (Space Travel?!?), I do not know. But, I hope this post opens the eyes of  my readers to a brand new perception of these religious texts and would encourage them to analyze our traditional culture and beliefs with a more open and scientific approach.

I will describe the various Lokas mentioned above in more detail in subsequent postsand will try to guide you through the structure of the Universe as per ancient Hindu Science. May Lord Vishnu guide me through this journey that I have embarked upon and help me bring hidden truths from our ancient scriptures to fore.


Shri Hari Vishnu, help me cross this Cosmic Ocean


It is only fitting that I end the post with the traditional prayer to Supreme Lord Vishnu residing in this Coiled Galaxy Shishumar and also pay my obeisance to the Ancients who were able to decipher its structure on the basis of their Yogic powers..
 

Thou art the Substratum of all Luminaries, 
Thou Createst and Destroyest all,
The Lord of all Celestials,
We meditate fully on Thee,

Planets, Galaxies and Stars are Thy body, 
Divinity is established in Thee alone,
Thou art Âdipurush, the Foremost of all Beings,
All sins are destroyed by remembering Thee.


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 Aum Shanti: Shanti: Shanti:
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94 comments:

  1. This is the Best Part of your blog, Its really Good For those who r actually Interested to know about our past of Indian Mythology, Thank You So much Vineet for giving us all this Knowledge.
    Keep it Up! and write More.:)

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  2. thanx vinni fr providing such n opportunity to decode the hindu mythology that is a part of our life to a gr8 extent.

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  3. @Ankit thanx a ton buddy!!
    @Ravi my pleasure buddy :)

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  4. dis is osm...thnx fo sharing it vd evrybdy as nobdy knows abt dis upto dis extent...grt work vinnie...keep it up..

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  5. @‎Shikha Gupta thanx a lot di!!!! Its d soul purpose of starting this blog.. trying to present our ancient knowledge in front of the present generation as most of us r clueless the ancient treasure available in our texts!

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  6. Nice work Vinny! I knew some of it before, but did not where to go ahead and fine more! I know now....Thanks so much for sharing!

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  7. gr8 job!!! awesome :) Only u can do it

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  8. @Geeta Thakur hahaha nahi yaar kar to bahot log sakte hain but i guess everyone has other things to keep them occupied.. but i prefer spending my time doing this :) Thanx a lot for d compliment though :)

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  9. i dn't knw y im tlkin to u
    these kinda matters
    may b im jealous
    :):)
    Science s nothin
    its just an imagination
    :):)
    d entire thing u add there must be imagination if u believe in Science
    If u trust Science
    or u hv Scientific view
    y u take these matters as knowledge!!!!?

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  10. @saji u r not understanding it bro :)
    I dont blv in scientists.. I believe in Science!
    Today's scientists dont knw enuff to comment on religion so i dont tk thr view but my views r not against science or pro religion, i blv it is important to hv a balance in life btw the two approaches and thats exactly what m trying to do with this blog :)

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  11. Awesome vineet, thanks for sharing this information with us, I guess very few ppl wud know abt this, keep up the good work...

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  12. heyy...I am really interested in your main topic "Decoding Hindu Mythology " but i hv absolutely no knowledge about hindu mythology except for watching Ramayan and Mahabharat on TV. Do you have something to read for lay men like me? I went through your blog but it almost went over my head. i mean where could i start?

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  13. @ Swati Saksena thanx a lot dear... ur feedback is most appreciated :)

    @‎Surbhi Jain yeah this post is kinda more intellectual in approach but u can go thru d other pages and at least get a beginner's insight :) alternatively u can also check out my website which i had done years ago n is much simpler in approach.. here's d link..

    http://www.hindu-mythology​.faithweb.com/

    hope u find it easier to read :)

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  14. loved it :-) thanks for sharing :-)

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  15. dear. very nice work... Thanks alot for such knowledge... amazing and plezz keep going.. WAHEGURU Bless u... yaar i am ur fan.. :p

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  16. @Manish Pinjani thanx a lot bro... hahaha fan kya yaar m just trying to do my bit to spread knowledge frm our ancient texts for our generation :)

    @Asha Malhotra thanx a lot!

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  17. Terrific stuff. So much of painstaking research involved. Well done my bwoy. Truly enlightening :)

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  18. @Kamal sorry buddy missed ur comment!! m glad i cud b of help :)

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  19. @Enfant yeah it did tk some amount of head-banging!!! Thanx a ton :)

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  20. Very well written post, the passion with which it has been written is quiet evident, and the way you have explained the concepts shows the amount of research that has gone in putting together this post! Great work, wish you all the best
    I certainly look forward to more posts!

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  21. Was just going thru the new post. Amazing work! Where do u get all the literature from? Lots of effort. Its great.

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  22. @Harsh thanx a lot buddy :)well it has taken some effort to put this all together so m glad u appreciate it!! Thanx for d encouragement bro :)

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  23. @Avni thnx so much for d appreciation!!
    mere paas translations hain bahot sari books ki rest i tk help of sm trustworthy sites on the net.. thnx again :)

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  24. Harpreet KaberwalAugust 5, 2011 at 9:14 PM

    I went through your blog....I find your articles to be very knowledgeable...liked it.... :)

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  25. Thanx so much Harpreet Kaberwal!! Didnt knw u were into readin as well :)

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  26. hey jus started reading ur blog..........verrrrrry interesting :)

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  27. the site is too gud

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  28. Wonderful... Thanks for sharing...

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  29. @Praval Kaushik n Mukesh Agrawal thanx a ton :)

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  30. hmmmm awesome appreciatable vineet agarwal :)

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  31. Thanx a lot for the appreciation Saroj :)

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  32. never saw a more wonderful theory then this.....om shaanti....

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  33. Thanx a lot Tridev :) m glad u enjoyed gng thru the post!

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  34. wat to say bro....u have just rockkd d holy secrets which was away from d mind of so many of us.....now after seeing dis i can bet dat all hindus will b proud of being so close to the creator...:)

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  35. Er Tridev Sarangi wow thts a huge compliment bro!! This was d precise purpose of starting this blog coz i wanted people to knw abt d scientifc treasures r buried in our scriptures! We just need to open our eyes and look for them :)

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  36. Adithya A. AttavarAugust 11, 2011 at 9:38 AM

    kya bolneka yaar ..
    its too much awesome..:) :)aise hi continue karna bro..:)

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  37. @Adithya.. thanx a ton mate!! Yeah poori koshish karunga :)

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  38. Thanks Vineet Aggarwal.....i hope we will prove our religion and its power to the world some day through people like you :) :)

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  39. ‎Vikky Vignesh thanx a lot buddy :) just trying to do whtever i can and i hope my humble effort is able to open the eyes for more people frm d younger generation towards d awesomeness of our religion!!

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  40. Great work man... Awsum...

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  41. This has given answers to many questions for the fact...
    Great Job Sir.
    Will try to read all your writings.
    Get Going !!!!

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  42. it is amazing.i am an ancient astronomer doing research on our temples.this blog is very helpfull to me n special thanks for u...

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    1. The pleasure is all mine.. m glad I cud be of some help :)

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  43. Brother , you must have a facebook account ??

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    1. I do buddy.. but m afraid you wont be able to find me due to the privacy settings..

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    2. yeah i can't find you at FB , i have done that :(

      i wanna send you an image. My name is Nimish. This is the Link of that photo in my FB account.
      http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=222972241172481&set=a.222972167839155.55542.100003791190468&type=3&theater

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    3. Thanx for sharing the pic.. wil check it out in detail with more time in my hand soon..

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  44. Boss! There should be a separate loka dedicated to you, Vineet Loka. Amazing. Superimposition of all stars just giving a picture of Dolphin. Initially i was not understanding the term Shisumar. Really it is magnificent how our Rishis could think about this. We are their generation. It is our duty to atleast to be little like them. Actually apathy towards Hinduism was due to absence of proper mentor who could scientifically explained all these code. Now it will be the era where science and philosophy / spirituality can stride holding each one's shoulder.

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    1. Hahaha dont embarass me man I dont deserve such words!!! Our rishis of course were great sentient beings whose revelations have provided us with guidance even today.. I truly hope we can follow this path of Spiritual Science to its logical conclusion.. Hari Om

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  45. I am speechless. Vineet, You must have taken lot of efforts to gather all this knowledge. Salute to you. Now a days when people are busy in enjoying their youth, your efforts of decoding Hindu mythology is absolutely admirable. Today many Indians don't know how rich was their past. I am also very much interested in knowing the real meaning behind the terms which we use or the rituals which we follow. and your blog is really very very helpful to me. May god give you long life. Bless you.

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    1. The pleasure is all mine dear well-wisher :)
      May God bless us all

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  46. One question- if Dhruva is a black hole (if I understood it correctly), how can we see it as a star? or if I am wrong, Pls explain.

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    1. No as far as I understand, Dhruva Loka by itself is not a black hole but it is located pretty close to the Galactic Center which is formed by a supermassive black hole.. that would give the beings residing there access to some other dimension or Universe or realm if black holes indeed are portals..

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  47. Hi. I have another question. As we go near to black holes, relative time decreases. Just for ex.- 6 months on earth may be equal to 1 day near black hole. And on earth human beings can guess the time spent. (Like I did X work 1 hour ago.) So when a human is traveling near black hole can't he keep the record of time by guessing? like 1 hour is gone, 2nd hour gone etc.

    Or that person can't even realize that the relative time is decreasing?
    If so, that means going near black hole affects the mind also.
    It affects mind means where exactly it affects?
    This may be silly question. But I am learning :)))))

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    1. haha well as no human being has been able to see it let alone go that close to a blackhole, your guess is as good as mine! But from what I have read of relativity, the person traveling at a speed close to that of light would not really realize that for him time has slowed down.. the story of King Revat and his daughter Revati from Mahabharat is also an example of the same!!

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    2. Yes.The story tells the same thing. That means the man cannot control his own thoughts. Something (ex- magnetic field ...etc) take control of the thinking process (or all the brain functions??) that the man can't even realize that time is slowing down. That means our thought process is also affected by magnetic field (or something else) on earth. Isn't it?

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    3. I believe it may be due to the change being too imperceptible for us to notice.. for example if you start living on a space station where the day and night are not clear, you may completely lack the sense of hours and minutes even tough there is nothing wrong with your thoughts or brain functioning.. We measure hours and days because the Sun sets and rises but this may not be the case on some other Loka..

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  48. I am a Student and am fond of being lost into the cosmos through Astronomy, I study to get the connection b/w the Eternal Saga of the Universe and Eternal Saga of The Sanatan Dharm, I loved reading your Article. Thank you and Jai Hind.

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    1. Thank you for visiting and commenting Hem Shailabh :)
      Jai Hind!

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  49. Hari Om
    Happy to read all these. May God reveal to you more and more and may you share the wisdom with one and all.
    May Rishis bless one and all.
    Thank you and by best wishes for your future work too.
    Swami Chidrupananda

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    1. My pleasure completely :) Thanx for ur wishes!

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  50. I recently come across Shreemad Bhagvatam and other literature written by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Saraswati, founder Acharya of ISKCON. Anyone would like to explore this knowledge a little bit more in detail can read his version of Bhagvatam from Canto 5, chapter 16 on wards. Hope it helps.

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    1. Yes the Bhagavatam as I have mentioned is the inspiration for most of my posts as well :)

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  51. 'Je pindi te bramhandi' means which is in side our body that is out side in univers, our rushi not travel in univers they study the body. I have some add to this knowlage chandu.morey@gmail.com
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  52. Thanks, Vineet sir to share your Spirtual knowledge to all of us.

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    1. The pleasure and is all mine Arun and so is the learning :)

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  53. Nice blogs..... just started reading..... May God bless you....
    Just go through Mr. Ajith Vadakayil's blog.... U will get lot of infos
    ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in

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    1. Thanks for the suggestion and ur comments :)

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  54. wonderful. thank you vineet for this great work and efforts filled with knowledge and information for all to understand specially in todays world. lot of blessings. god bless

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  55. Valmiki talks about certain fallen gods in Yoga Vasishta who can assume aerial form and enter human minds and lead them into doing wicked deeds, in his conversation with Rama and their abodes being impenetrable to light. It is funny other religions accusing all Hindu gods to be fallen gods, but really Valimiki wrote that stuff lol.

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  56. Yes! this is true. Hinduism is not just a religion. it is way of living. everything is science in hiduism. It is the only religion that supports athiesm called hindu athiesm since the religion itself is science. here there is another mind blowing article on time travel in mahabarth.

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  57. I think om is symbol of atom. Lord Shiv represent electron negative charge very easily available that is why Bhole Nath, for chemical reaction dual personality of man and woman that is massive and wave form the real creator having very less mass compare to proton and neutron. Lord Vishnu represent Proton lies in the center with positive charge. Lord Brahma represent Neutron without charge attached at center with Nabhi i.e. center of Lord Vishu. The Damru of Lord Shiv represents the Half Spin of Tridev. The Electro Magnetic power represent Shakti. Lord Bhrahma is consider as creator as Neutron alone is unstable with half life time of about 14 minutes, it transform in Hydrogen atom having Proton and Electron, the only Element without Neutron. Hydrogen reacts with neutron and creates other Elements. If The Weight of Neutron is 1887 than weight of Proton is 1886 and that of Electron is 1.

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  58. Good to see Old tradition knowledge is alive because of Truthful truth seekers like the creator of this blog, its all connected and will be so forever, Obeisance s to all the Rishis and ancients of India.

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  59. Really good research, how can I contact you, any email?

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    1. Hey you can reach me through my FB Page mentioned above in the blog :)

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  60. Your posts, comments and analogies are very helpful in connecting science with religion. It is indeed very interesting. Keep up the good work. Have you done a Ph.D. or something in this field?

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    1. Thanks so much Mahindra :)
      No not a doctorate in it am a medical doctor but Mythology is a passion!

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  61. Should we call Hinduism a religion or way of living. If we call religion -the comparison with other religion seems inevitable - especially foreign (abrahamic) and eventually leads to conflict. In my opinion this religion is a way of life, because the facts like self knowledge (aatma gnan) and principle of work ( karma) are universal. Self knowledge allows a human to know what his strengths and weaknesses are and karma teaches a human to work selflessly. The only issue with hinduism is the ruthless caste system which paved the way for many foreign religions to pollute this beautiful society. We should all work towards eradicating this caste system.

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  62. Hi Mate,
    I just saw you this fantastic blog. I had been pondering on similar thoughts about our Galaxy myself. I was overjoyed to see this blog that resonated with my thoughts. In fact, the Idea of The supermassive Black hole as Vishnuloka is quite plausible- BG says Vishnu resides on a bed of coiled Anantha and the whole cosmos is situated on the hoods of Anantha. Vishnu further resides in the Khsheer sagar - the Ocean of Milk or the Milky Way! I am sure that there will be some reference some where that shows the black hole playing an important role in maintaining the balance and equilibrium within the galaxy. This strengthens the arguement that this is the Vishnu who maintains the universe.Also, BG states that there are thousands of Universes, each with its own Vishnu and a Brahma emanating from his Navel. Each Galaxy probably has a black hole similarly. Hope to hear more from you.

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    1. Thanks Anand for your encouraging words :)

      Well yes the possibility of the Black Hole being a regulatory body does exist but we can't equate it with Lord Vishnu Himself. Lord Vishnu's abode may be located at the very center of the Black Hole which itself is an inanimate thing while Lord Vishnu is the Supreme Controller of all living as well as non-living things in this Universe.

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  63. Hi Dr Aggarwal,
    I probably meant it that way. The black hole could be the abode of Ksheerodakashayi Vishnu. Every galaxy would be then the bubble emenating from the pores of the "Virata Purusha" as described in the Bhagavatham - Srimad Bhagavatham says that these bubbles go up and return back into the Virata Purusha, only to resurface - kind of explosion and implosion theory of creation.

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  64. Dr. Vineet Aggarwal, I have some serious findings for you. Do you know Dr. Kurshed Batliwala from AOL ? Please email me at kartik_suchak@yahoo.com

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