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Sanatan Dharma and its Significance
Sanatan Dharma is Hinduism(Hindu is name given by persians to classify people living along sindhu river beds) ..Before advent of Buddhism/Jainism it is Sanatan Dharma which is popularly known as our Dharma or religion

There are 112(Total 114 chakras in human body,2 were outside physical body so in general 122) way of attaining moksha as per Lord Shiva ideology
7 Rishi gone to different direction of world to spread the knowledge
One who travelled south was Agastya muni,,,You can still find name of Agastya Muni in different parts of Southern India in different stages of society*(Check google)

Lord Buddha travelled all along India as Sadhu to get knowledge from various Spiritual masters of Hinduism and then travel the way he found suit for himself
(Buddha never created Buddhism)

In Hinduism one has free hand to choose different way of attaining moksha ,But todays Buddhism show one path

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A beautiful Shiv Panchakshara Stotra

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Purusha Suktam with Lyrics...

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Cracking the western theory of Aryan invasion theory through Indus valley scriptures and showing the roots of our history

[1] Vedic lineage

Vedas was transferred form one generation to another orally, that's why we didn't find any written scripture in Indus like civilization

[2] Findings show that symbols representing Sound

In the early 1970's, Iravatham Mahadevan published a corpus and concordance of Indus inscriptions listing 3,700 seals and .... He compared it to the Phoenician Alphabet, and assigned sound values based on this comparison.

[5] Popular research findings before 1992

Says Indus valley civilization is Dravidian and Aryan invasion make Dravidian shift to southern part of India and Sanskrit language came form outside of India

[4] Then finds Link to Sanskrit

Shikaripura Ranganatha Rao (1992) claimed to have deciphered the Indus script. Postulating uniformity of the script over the full extent of Indus-era civilization, he compared it to the Phoenician Alphabet, and assigned sound values based on this comparison. His decipherment results in an "Sanskritic" reading, including the numerals aeka, tra, chatus, panta, happta/sapta, dasa, dvadasa, sata (1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, 12, 100).

[5] Strong scientific findings linked to Sanksrit

Shikaripura Ranganatha Rao noted a number of striking similarities in shape and form between the late Harappan characters and the Phoenician letters, arguing than the Phoenician script evolved from the Harappan script, and not, as the classical theory suggests from the Proto-Sinaitic script

[6] Aftermath

If Europeans accepted Shikaripura Ranganatha Rao's findings,then Indo-European basis in the script is become questionable means that will come to conclusion that there were no Aryan invasion like theories

John E. Mitchiner dismissed some of attempts (see can't able to dismiss all findings from Rao though) by Shikaripura Ranganatha Rao , by mentioning that "a more soundly-based but still greatly subjective and unconvincing attempt to discern an Indo-European basis in the script has been that of Rao".

[7] Difference between Harappan and Proto-Canaanite scripts

The Harappan script (Brahmi script is the modern name given) is one of the most important writing systems in the world by virtue of its time depth and influence. It represents the earliest post-Indus corpus of texts, and some of the earliest historical inscriptions found in India.

Proto-Canaanite used referring to a hypothetical ancestor of the Paleo-Hebrew script, not older than c. 1050 BC*(Clearly shows it is not older than Brahmi script)

[8] Evidence checking

Check picture given below,we can see.that
Indus people endless knot symbol/Rangoli/Kolam

Inscription is possibly proto Sanskrit ,Which means there were same culture with so called Aryan or dravidian and exist no cultural division

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GURU POORNIMA - VEDAVYASA - The Divine literary incarnation of Lord Vishnu....

Sri Veda Vyaasa is a celebrated name among the great sages of Bharatha Khanda. Majority knows Veda Vyasa as only an author and a character of the epic Mahabharatha, but do not know his great contribution to the spiritual world.

For the purpose of discussion this article is based on Sage Vyasa who was present during 28th Dwapara Yuga, who was a character in the epic Mahabharatha and who was a contemporary of Lord Sri Krishna. One may get a doubt as to how many Vyasas were there. As you scroll down you will find an answer for this.

Who Vyasa?

Literally Vyasa means one who explains, elaborates, describes, compiles, arranges. Generally we find the word Vyasa Kartha in the literary world meaning one who has authored/scripted an article on a topic. In terms of Vedic/Divine literature Vyasa has become a legend. Vyasa whom we all know is the founder of Vedanta Philosophy who has classified the Vedas, compiled the great epic Mahabharatha, Brahma Sutras, and author of Puranas etc.

He is the first historian (Divine) of the human race. A genius by birth, Vedavyasa performed rigorous penance and austerities to realize the supreme truth. He is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Though his name does not find a place in Dasaavatharas but is one of the many avatharas which Lord Vishnu has undertaken.  He was also called by other names viz. Krishna Dvaipayana, Veda Vyasa, and Badarayana.


For the purpose of lineage we restrict ourselves to the current Vyasa of 28th Dwapara Yuga. Born in a family of great sages, Veda Vyasa was the great grand son of Brahma Manasa Putra, sage Vasishta, grand son of sage Shakti and son of sage Parasara.

Vyasa was born to Parasara and Sathyavathi (a ferryman’s daughter Mastya Gandha) who later married King of Hastinapura, Shantanu. He was born on an island in the river Yamuna. It is believed and said that Veda Vyasa at the request of his mother was responsible for the birth of Dhritharastra, and Pandu through Ambika and Ambalika and Vidura through a maid in the Queen’s palace. Later he married Pinjala (daughter of Sage Jabali) and through her he had a son by name sage Sukha who is said to be the true spiritual heir of VedaVyasa. 


Originally Vyasa was called as Krishna Dvaipayana. Since Vyasa was dark in colour and born on an island he was called as Krishna Dvaipayana. He was called Vedavyasa since he had organized Vedas into four divisions. He was also called as Badarayana meaning the one who is an inhabitant of Badarika forest which is full of Jujube trees. His hermitage is said to be in Badari.

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Peaceful Krishna Nitin Dawar

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" जन्मना जायते शूद्रः संस्काराद् द्विज उच्यते। वेदपाठाभ्दवेद विप्रः ब्रम्ह जानाति ब्राम्हण॥ "
(महर्षि अत्रि स्मृति, १४१)
अर्थात : जन्मसे हर मनुष्य शूद्र होता है, संस्कार से वह द्विज होता है, वेदो के अध्ययन से वह विप्र होता है और जो ब्रम्ह को जान लेता है वही ब्राम्हण हो जाता है।

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भए प्रकट कृपाला दीनदयाला कौशल्या हितकारी
हर्षित महतारी मुनि मन हारी अदभुत रूप निहारी
लोचन अभिरामा तनु धनश्यामा निज आयुध भुजचारी
भूषण बनमाला नयन विशाला शोभा सिंधु खरारी...⭐⭐

⭐⭐जय श्री राम⭐जय श्री राम⭐जय श्री राम⭐⭐

राम जपु, राम जपु, राम जपु बावरे।
घोर भव-नीर-निधि नाम निज नाव रे।।
एक ही साधन सब रिध्धि-सिध्धि साधि रे।
ग्रसे कलि-रोग जोग-संजम-समाधि रे।।
भलो जो है, पोच जो है, दाहिनो जो, बाम रे।
राम-नाम ही सों अंत सब ही को काम रे।।
जग नभ-बाटिका रही है फली फूली रे।
धुवाँ कैसे धौरहर देखि तू न भूली रे।।
राम-नाम छाड़ी जो भरोसो करे और रे।
तुलसी परोसो त्यागी माँगै कुर कौर रे।।


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