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Tracing the lost, dried River Saraswati
Saraswati (Sanskrit: सरस्वती नदी sárasvatī nadī) is the only Indian River of ancient times, which was referred to many times in Vedas. It was called Ambitame, Naditame, Devitame – the Best of mothers, Best of rivers and Best of goddesses …

Reason behind Indian Married Women wearing Toe Rings
Wearing of Toe Rings by married women on second finger of feet is a common practice in India. Though it is observed as a symbol of married women, it has scientific significance. These toe rings are called Bichiya (pronounced: bee-chee-ya…

Vedic Hindu Temple Architecture (Vaastu)
A Vedic Hindu temple’s architecture is a divine and yogic representation of a human being as shown in the figure . The feet represent the spire (rajagopuram). The hands represent the walkway (prakaaram) encompassing all around the temple. The main …

12 Common Gods in India, Japan, China, Tibet & Turkey
Vedas indicate that the supreme power is only one and its verbal description will always be incomplete. So, all natural and supernatural phenomena are counted as his manifestations and called as ‘Deva‘s, with sanskrit root ‘Div‘ …

Jesus Christ in Bhavishya Purana and his Tomb in Kashmir
Bhavishya Purana (Sanskrit: भविष्य पुराण) is one of the eighteen major Hindu Puranas. It is written in Sanskrit and attributed to Sage Veda Vyas, though it was rewritten many times in later generations. Title of the book signifies a …

Kumbhakarna the Ancient ROBOT used in Ramayana Warfare
In ‘Ramayana‘, the world’s oldest epic poem, Kumbhakarna is referred as Ravana’s younger brother. But he was not a living being at all, but a ‘Yantra‘ (machine/robot) which had a gigantic appearance (like a giant robot).…

Atomic & Molecular knowledge in Bhagavata Purana
Dalton proposed a theory of Indivisibility of Atom, during 1808. 1911, Rutherford proved that the atoms consist of one more particle, whom he named Proton because it was positively charged. During 1932, James Chadwick proved the presence of a Neutron …

Concept of Time Division in Ancient India
Time division in Ancient India was measured to the least possible fraction of a second. The smallest measurable unit of time is Paramanu. Time calculation and divisions (as described in Manu Smriti and Vedas) in Ancient India : Small units …