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Rangoli, Visible Cymatics & Inaudible Mantras
Rangoli, also known as Kolam or Muggu in south india, is a folk art in India in which patterns are created on the floor in or outside houses using materials such as rice flour, powder colors, white rock powder, flower …

Yazidis of Iraq are Ancient Hindu Priests
Ancient Hindu Priests of Gobekli Tepi are Yazidis who now live in and around Iraq. The ISIS is hell bent on converting these Yazidis and when they resist, they are killing hundreds everyday and taking their women as sex slaves.…

Eclipses scientifically explained in Rig Veda
There are many myths across many cultures about how eclipses occur. In Rigveda (5-40-5 to 9), seer Atri explained scientifically why eclipse occurs. Puranas have described the story of Rahu, Ketu (North Node and South Node of Moon) in a …

Vedic Tilak in Mosaics of Villa Romana del Casale, Sicily
Villa del Casale, near Piazza Armerina is the finest and most extensive display of mosaics in the Roman world. Although many mosaics are being displayed here, the most striking are Fishing Cupids and Hunting Children with Vedic Tilak marks on …

Islamic traditions and practices originated from Sanskrit
Kaaba stone in Mecca is ancient Siva Lingam, Namaz, Eid-al-Fitr, Bakrid, Shab-E-Barat from vedic traditions, 786 is mirror image of divine OM Similar to the Siva Lingam in headquarters of Christianity (Vatican in Rome) at the headquarters of …

Kokopelli God of Mischief similar to Lord Krishna
Kokopelli god of mischief, is a fertility deity, depicted as a humpbacked flute player (often with feathers on his head), who has been venerated by some Native American cultures in the Southwestern United States. Like most fertility deities, Kokopelli presides …

Koke Mongke Tengri – BLUE GOD of the Mongols
Vedic Culture existed universally and there were multiple proofs found about this fact. Mongolians too had a Blue God named Koke Mongke Tengri and a dharmic law called Yassa, developed by Genghis Khan. ‘It is ordered that all …