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    Relationship between Sanatana Dharma and Yoga

    Hindu Dharma is not a religion of dogma but is a vast culture having its own scientific and artistic theories. It is the modern version of what we call as Sanatana Dharma. The principles of the eternal order take a person to the pathways of self-discovery. These have their roots in Vedic lineages comprehensive of […]

  • The traits of different Horoscopes of Hindu Dharma

    It seems a far easier task to align your choices based on your planetary movements and the sun and the moon and later blame them for whatever goes wrong or if it goes right. Hindu Dharma strongly relies on such predictions and calculations to assess festivities, births and even your Zodiac signs. Jyotisha (or Jyotishyam […]

  • Mystery of the Kingdom of Shambhala – Birthplace of Kalki Avatar

    Shambala is a common mythical paradise that is constantly talked about in ancient texts, including Kalachakra Tantra, and the ancient scriptures such as of Zhang Zhung culture which spread Tibetan Buddhism in western Tibet. The word has a Sanskrit root, which means “place of peace” or “place of silence”. Legend has it that only people […]

  • The Untold Mystery of Lord Shiva and Shaivism in Vedic Texts

    We associate Lord Shiva with various things: the protector of mankind, the most powerful among the Trinity, the one who drank the most lethal poison to save the world, the indweller of the world of Kailash, the yogi seated on the top of snowy mountain who watches the world above with his inner eye, the […]

  • How modern science prove Hindu species theory to be genuine

    There are about 8.7 million (give or take 1.3 million) species on Earth according to the latest estimation, the most precise calculation ever offered, with 6.5 million species on land and 2.2 million in oceans. This is based on a new analytical technique that is announced by the Census of Marine Life. Before the number […]

  • What Upanishads say about birth, conception and abortion

    In Aitareya Upanishad, the second chapter talks about how souls are reborn and how life on earth is a product of three births, rather than just one. While it is the mother that bears the child, it is not just her that bears the soul. The father, in his semen sac, also hosts some part […]

  • The Ancient Art of concentration – Five Powerful Hindu Practices

    Concentration is the method where an individual can focus on one matter by mental effort and undisturbed mind. The art of concentration is the way to develop the mind to be able to concentrate. Hindu religion and tradition has been in the forefront of developing this art, as it is the only religion besides Buddhism […]

  • How to cure burns with Ayurveda used in Ancient India

    People normally disregard the impact of medicines used in ancient India. If one studies it in detail, then one will understand that it is highly advanced, even more, advanced that what the western world was using during the time. In some cases, those medicines are even more advanced than today’s medicine. The proof can be […]

  • Lord Indra – Vedic god of rain and thunder

    For many, the Vedas are books of scriptures to guide one’s mind through Hindu religion. But truth be told Vedic and Hindu are very philosophically different. While Hindu Dharma is polytheistic Vedic is Monotheistic on a macro level. Hindu Vs Vedic Many believe due to several splits that occurred after the Dasarajna war, different tribes […]

  • Vedas had predicted the speed of light way before modern science

    Just for a second, think of yourself as an archaeologist digging in Antarctica and finding an inscription that reads 186,000 miles per second, the speed of light. Do you think what you found would be accepted by the scholars? Most probably not. Instead, you would be labeled as a fraud seeking to find fame with […]

  • 10 Best Quotes by Chanakya that make amazing life lessons

    Chanakya’s works were lost towards the end of the Gupta dynasty and later could be discovered only in 1915. He was an Indian teacher, philosopher, and royal advisor. He was initially a professor of economics and political science at the ancient Takshashila University in Takshashila (in present day Pakistan) He is also known by the […]

  • Vedic Influence in Muslim countries like Iraq and Iran

    If we go back to the time before Islam was born, around third millennium BCE, India had some cultural bond with Mesopotamian civilization, now Iraq and Iran. According to N. N. Bhattacharya, an Indologist, history has several references to show the contact between Indian civilization and the Islamic world. At one time, in fact, Vedic […]