Totally Fake, Not even a single reference is correct

None of the Vedas mention "SIaves" anywhere, there was no slavery in ancient India.

Also there is no scripture named "oitreya Brahman",
this whole article is written in Bengali accent probably by some Bangladeshi
The word Dasa used in Scriptures mean Servant, not SIave Image
"Dasa" is also used for Non Aryan Fisherman in Manusmriti proving that the word do not mean slave Image
Also wherever they see the word कृष्ण the ugh assume it means black and hence say dasas were black.

However कृष्ण may not mean Black every time, made from कृष् धातु it can also mean "Attractive or impressive"

Word आकर्षक is made from same root

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22 Nov
"Ayurveda is a belief system" this shows you have 0 knowledge about Ayurveda

Ayurveda talks about

1. Proper diet
2. Proper lifestyle
3. Proper posture
4. Covers mental as well as physical aspects
5. Not only talks about Cure of diseases but also to prevention
Ayurvedic texts talk about making medicine, their effect on body, effect of different types of food on body, food according to seasons.
Even surgery comes under it.

Actually Ayurveda is complete

Science could not even find cure of common cold
Himself admitted that he did not study any Ayurvedic text, speaking without knowledge
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20 Nov
Isha Upnishad 9

अ॒न्धं तमः॒ प्र वि॑शन्ति॒ येऽवि॑द्यामु॒पास॑ते ।
ततो॒ भूय॑ इव॒ ते तमो॒ य उ॑ वि॒द्याया॑ र॒ताः ।। ।

Those who go near Ignorance enter Blinding darkness but those who are indulge in Knowledge go to even more darkness. Image
Adwaita Interpretation-

Those who indulge in Avidya, the karmas without knowledge - Agnihotra etc they enter darkness of ignorance, but those who abandon karma and are indulged in knowledge go to even more darkness.
Dwaita Interpretation-

Those who worship other than Vishnu enter darkness, but those who do not condemn the improper worship go to even more darkness, those people are good who know true nature of Narayana and condemn improper worship.
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13 Nov
What are Nakshatras ?

Nakshatras are very distant points which provide a frame of reference for calculations in Jyotisha.

These Nakshatras do not change position and hence can be used as frame of reference.

They divide the sky into segments.
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That's why Modern day Jyotisha is Inaccurate
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According to Bhagwat Puran-

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Aum is most Important sound in Hinduism, it is so important that religions branching out of Sanatana Dharma like Buddhism, Jainism and sikhism use it too.

In this thread I will explain the significance of Aum and why we should chant it.
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सर्वे वेदा यत्पदमामनन्ति तपांसि सर्वाणि च यद्वदन्ति
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