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Why Ancient Year was called Varsha
Rig Veda mentions 3 seasons (Summer, Rainy and Winter) which are observed only in India and neighbouring countries. In most parts of the world, rain comes either in Summer or in Winter (in few places as snow fall). Rig Veda …

Atheism originated as Charvaka or Barhaspatya sutras in Vedas
Athesim or Irreligion in ancient hinduism (dharma) was proposed by Brihaspati, the guru of devas. Vedas included this path of materialism as one of the ways of life. When vedas were segregated by Vyasa, these principals known as Bārhaspatya-sūtras…

Spiriton, Nature of Human Consciousness
Modern science claims that human consciousness is the product of highly organized matter, or brain. However, this assertion is debatable. Infact a highly organized matter itself requires a conscious approach or an intelligent manipulation of matter. Therefore, this definition refutes …

Whirling Log of Native Americans is Swastika
Whirling Log symbol of Native American tribe Navajo is Vedic Swastika, 卐. Used in Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Jainism, Tibet, China, Japan, Greece, Aztec, Ceylon, Hopi, Celt, Bali, Malta, Lapland etc. Swastika is known to be in use atleast …

Somnath to Antarctica, straight line without land
Somnath Temple to Antarctica, a straight line can be drawn with no land in between. This was inscribed on a pillar (Baan Stambha) atleast since 7th century CE, which proves that Indians knew about South Pole much ahead of others.…

Consanguineous Relationship discussed in Yama Yami Story
Rig Veda [10.10] has a conversation where Consanguineous Relationship and invention of night, first death are discussed by Yama and his twin sister Yami. Yama and Yami were children of Vivasvat (an aspect of Surya, the Sun God) and Saranyu …

Adi Shankaracharya Birth Year is 509 BCE
Adi Shankaracharya birth date is 9 April 509 BCE. History and migration of Nambuthiri Brahmins to Kerala, appointment of first priest at Ayyappa temple in Sabarimala by Sage Agastya. Indian historians have followed their western counterparts and recorded their history …