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  • Science of Ishavasya Upanishad – The Ruler of the Self

    Among the principal Upanishads, Isavasya is the only one that is part of Samhita. Isha Upanishad consists of 18 verses in poetry and is the end part of Sukla Yajurveda. Why is it important to be a part of Samhita? It acts as a testimony for the authenticity and ancient factor of the Upanishad. The […]

  • 16 Amazing Scientific Inventions and Discoveries in Ancient India

    In the ancient civilization, the growth of the civilization was the result of incredible ancient engineering and technology during those days. These technologies have in some way affected the modern lives. But, a lot of these inventions are forgotten, lost on just pages, and only to be revitalized thousands of years later. These are some […]

  • 10 Indian Inventions and Discoveries that Shaped the Modern World

    The famous American author Will Durant writes in his book of The Story of Civilization about the Indian civilization: “It is true that even across the Himalayan barrier, India has sent to the West such gifts as grammar and logic, philosophy and fables, hypnotism and chess, and above all numerals and the decimal system. India […]

  • 10 Most Interesting Facts About Sanskrit – The Language of the Gods

    Sanskrit is one of the oldest language known to us. It is also believed to be the most systematic and technical language of all. It is also referred to as the mother of all languages and is the only language that is used in holy functions and ceremonies of the Hindus, as it has always […]

  • 10 Mathematical inventions in ancient India that changed the world

    Mathematics is the science that deals with the logic of shape, quantity, and arrangement. Math is all around us, in everything we do. It is the building block for everything in our daily lives, including mobile devices, architecture (ancient and modern), art, money, engineering, and even sports. It represents a high level of abstraction attained […]

  • Vedic version of the Planetary System – Vedic Cosmology

    Vedic cosmology and cosmography are both interesting and inspiring. Today’s “modern” Vedic texts originated 3,000 B.C. This is not only the oldest scientific but also the oldest religious doctrine is known to human race. Our current astronomy of solar system and universe has its roots in the Vedic knowledge. It only goes to show that […]

  • 25+ Vedic Maths Tricks In Simplified Version

    This is a simplified and summarized version of Vedic Maths – book written by the Indian Hindu Priest Bharati Krishna Tirthaji and first published in 1965. The Vedic maths contains 16 sutras (formulae) and 13 sub-sutras. The 16 Sutras of Vedic Maths 1. Ekadhikena Purvena – By one more than the previous one For any integer […]

  • The concept of atoms was actually formulated by an Indian Sage 2600 years ago

    The Vaishesika system is one of the six Hindu schools of philosophy from ancient India. Acharya Kanada in around 6th to 2nd Century BCE presented his detailed atomic theory in Vaisheshika-Sutra. Basically, Vaisheshika is a pluralistic realism. Acharya Kanada is also known as Kashyap. Concept of Atoms was actually formulated by Acharya Kanada Est. 2500 years […]

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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 […]