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12 Jun
#Thread on facts about Mahabharata- Image
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8 Jun
#Thread on bhitargaon: A ghost temple?

Since the beginning of culture, Temples have been the most important part of Indian culture. Temples are considered to be sacred, spiritual & centre of study in ancient India.

But is it possible, for a temple to be asosiated with ghosts?
Bhitargaon, a place near to Kanpur in UP, has a temple which is considered to be the most ancient surviving Brick temple. This temple is not only famous for its beauty & elegant architecture, but also famous for the belief that this temple was built by ghosts in one night.
Because of its architecture style, historian believe that it was built during the gupta era in 5th century, but fail to gather any legit proofs till date.

The Architecture of this temple remains incomplete and there are no specific deities installed in this temple.
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7 Jun
#Thread on haridwar- Where vishnu & shiva becomes one

Haridwar is one among the 7 holy cities of hindu, situated in utrrakhand at the base of Shivalik ranges of the Himalayas. 'Hari' is the name of shri Vishnu and 'dwar' means 'gate' but Haridwar is also written as 'Hardwar',
where 'har' stands for Shiva. Hence, its meaning can be gateway of Vishnu or Shiva.

The city of Haridwar is an ancient city of India, mentioned in several Upanishads & Puranas with different names such as Mayapuri, Gangadwara & Kapilasthana.
Haridwar has been mentioned in the Mahabharata, in the Vanaparva chapter, where Sage Dhaumya tells Yudhisthira about the ‘Tirthas’, including Haridwar. The next mention is of King Bhagiratha, who brought Ganga down to purify the souls of his 60,000 ancestors in the Satya Yuga.
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7 Jun
first thing first, I'm definitely into yoga, but not into hathyoga. secondly, unlike you, I'm not having any sexual weaknesses, but I had some dental issues. 3rd, @DoctorAjayita is more than I-red, she is a gold medalist in Bachelor of Medicine & Ayurvedic Surgery,
honored with the International Health Care Excellence Award in 2008, a TEDx speaker, Mrs chandigarh and Mrs Las Vegas, so before criticising her work, think twice.

and before you jump to the conclusion, and call me a stalker, I was just 2 when she setup her first clinic.
and yes, regarding the I-pill, what is wrong with that? o achha.. you are among those guys, who criticise sunny leone day and night but watches two of her videos, before going to the bed. Get a life dude.
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25 May
And wright brothers flew the first plane December 17, 1903, is it so?
Well, when it comes to Bharat, we call aeroplanes as vimana. The term vimara is not mentioned today in any veda but many claims that it was there in ancient rig ved.
Also rigveda 1.164.47-48 mentioned about a golden bird flying high. Many believe that it talks the mechanical flying object.
The term vimana got famous through Ramayana which mentioned about Pushpaka Vimana.
According to Valmiki Ramayana, the Pushpaka vimana was a peacock-like sky plane, that was run by the co-ordinate energy of fire-air. Its speed was fast and it could be moved in any direction as the driver desire. Its size could also be changed. It was comfortable in all seasons
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21 May
#Thread on Swastika


Swastika (स्वस्तिक) = Su (सु) + Asti (अस्ति) + Ka(क)
• Su(सु) means Shubh(शुभ) i.e auspicious or welfare
• Asti(अस्ति) means be/happen or exist. It stand for power or existence.
• Ka(क) stands for doer or performer i.e Karta(कर्ता)
So, Swasti means Be Auspicious or Be Welfare
and Swastika means Auspicious/Welfare Doer.
It is also believed to be a symbol of good, auspicious and welfare from ancient times.


The journey of Swastika from its origin to today's world is filled with mysteries and
broken links of evidences spread over different ages of civilization.

According to a research published by IIT kharagpur-
“The Vedas also have a mention of various forms of Swastika. 1.89.6 of Rig Veda, gives a brief introduction of Swastika in the cosmos,
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