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23 Sep
The Unforgotten Tale Of Bravery (Raja Dahir)

We all know that Arab Invader Muhammad Bin Qasim conquered Sindh in 712 AD. However, the facts surrounding this conquest, and the ill fate that followed for the conqueror is known to few among us.
The invasion on our country was a war between faiths and Dharma. Muhammad Bin Qasim’s attacked the peaceful Kingdom ruled by Hindu King Raja Dahir. In previous invasion none of them was successful but this was first episode when Hindu king lost to the invader.
Chachnama, a Sindhi book is a biography of Raja Dahir and sacrifice of his family. After Raja Dahar was killed, two of his daughters were made captive, whom Muhammad Bin Qasim sent to the capital Damascus.
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20 Sep
Victory In Defeat (Brihadaranyaka Upanishad)

Once Janaka, the emperor of Videha, performed a Brahmayajna. Janaka wished to know which of the brahmins was the most erudite Vedic scholar. So he confined a thousand cows in a pen and fastened on the horns of each ten padas of gold.
None of the brahmins dared. Then Yajnavalkya said to one of  his pupils: "Dear Samsrava, drive these cows home." Taking the command from his guru, he drove the cows away.

The brahmins were furious and challenged Yajnavalkya for a debating relating the Vedas.
Many illustrous sages like Asvala, Artabhaga, Bhujyu, Ushasta, Uddalaka challenges him. Yajnavalkya answers all their questions and defeats them in the debate. Among them was the women sage Gargi, the daughter of Vachaknu, who is wise and well versed in Vedas.
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16 Sep
Myth of Sati

The debate on Sati Pratha is nothing new. It is one among the most favorite topic discussed by H¡ndu-bashers. But is it true? off course not, H¡ndu scriptures does not mention anywhere about the practice of the burning or burial of widows with their dead husbands. Image
In मनुस्मृति 2/6 Maharishi Manu said: वेदोऽखिलो धर्ममूलं स्मृतिशीले च तद्विदाम् । Means Vedas are the final authority in case of "Dharma".
There is not a single mantra in the entire four Vedas that supports Sati Pratha. Not even give a hint of supporting Sati Pratha.
Vedas advise a widow to return from her Husband’s corpse and live a happy life in her remarriage (if she wants).
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15 Sep
Child marriage NEVER EXISTED in Hinduism. It is of your own fabrication. There is not one single case of child marriage in all the stories of Puranas etc, while on the other hand there are plenty of stories of girls and women who freely chose their mates.
Child marriage was largely the result of the Musl¡n invasion in India. The Musl¡n invaders and other j¡had mullahs quite often kidnapped beautiful Hindu girls. Under the circumstances the-Hindu parents thought it desirable to take to child marriage.
Similarity, Sati started after the invasion of the musl¡ns. Most of the Musl¡n used to acquire woman forcefully, mostly raping and molesting them. This caused fear in most h¡ndu woman, not because of death, but to loose their SATITVA.
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15 Sep
Healthy Long Life According To Hinduism

Refrain line is “व्यहं सर्वेण पाप्मना वि यक्ष्मेण सं आयुषा” by avoiding wrongful conduct I vow to attain long life ! Image
◾️ Healthy Mind

वि देवा जरसावृतन्वि त्वं अग्ने अरात्या।
व्यहं सर्वेण पाप्मना वि यक्ष्मेण सं आयुषा॥ ~अथर्ववेद (3.31.1)

Divine virtues keep the old age away. Take lesson from fire, that without being selfishly miser generously shares with everyone all the ablutions made in to it,
◾️ Healthy Body

व्यार्त्या पवमानो वि शक्रः पापकृत्यया।
व्यहं सर्वेण पाप्मना वि यक्ष्मेण सं आयुषा॥ ~अथर्ववेद(3.31.2)

By observing physical cleanliness, observing clean habits, living in clean environments and living on pure clean food keeps the body free of disease and maladies.
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11 Sep
You are wrong dear Asurdutt, Ayurveda do not advocate meat diet and Ayurveda is not about believe. Ayurveda is based on research, observation and cultivation.
Ayurveda talks of “Mita-āhāra” (light food), “Hita-āhāra” (compatible /beneficial /life promoting food)- in both these cases the Vegetarian food is ideal.
Even mam and sah can not be conjoined to produce a word meaning meat And fuits are also called मांस in sanskrit, Similarly the word ‘cow’ has a lot of meanings which are used according to context. ImageImage
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11 Sep
Is Buddha mentioned in the Ramayana?

Some anti Hindus said that Ramayana was written by the orders of pushyamitra sunga to revive Hinduism from Buddhism and they showed this verse as an example. But Buddha nowhere is mentioned in the Ramayana. Let's see the exact translation:
Buddha just means enlightened/wise person and this translation translates the word 'Buddha' in the literal meaning of intellection, it has been used way wayy before Buddhism came to be.
When Lord Rama decided to honor his father Dasaratha‘s words and leave for the forest, Jabali, tries to dissuade Shri Ram from going to the forest by questioning the authority of the Vedas.
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8 Sep

Not a single verse from any vedas commands to kill any living creature. There is no concept of infidels in Vedas. If anyone gains such knowledge as in this his आक्षेप, it is just wrong interpretation of words. Let's see the correct translations–
First this मलेच्छ quoted Yajurveda 7/44. There is no word equivalent to irreligious here. Simply enemies are addressed. This mantra is about enemies in a war.
Again this मलेच्छ quoted yajurveda 13/12. Aratim in this verse means enemy, which may be translated as greedy also. It is a prayer asking Agni to burn down them. But the translation given by him is asking king to burn down irreligious foes. Idiotic!
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7 Sep
You are wrong dear rakshasa

No Hindu text or Shri bhagavat Gita
ever discriminate women and never endorses misconduct. This shloka talks about the elders of the family.
It says, If the elders die early, their valuable knowledge goes with them and in the absence of proper guidance, the next generation sways away from the virtuous path(Dharma).
Here is 40th shloka of chapter 1 with correct translation:

कुलक्षये प्रणश्यन्ति कुलधर्मा: सनातना: |
धर्मे नष्टे कुलं कृत्स्नमधर्मोऽभिभवत्युत ||

When a dynasty is destroyed, its traditions get vanquished, and the rest of the family becomes involved in irreligion.
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6 Sep
Conversation Between Sakalya And Maharishi Yajnavalkya (33 Koti Devas)
–Brihadaranyaka Upanishad Chapter 3

Sakalya: How many gods are there?

Yajnavalkya: Three hundred and three. Then he says, Three thousand and three.
Sakalya: Is this the answer that you give me to my question, how many gods are there? Three thousand and three; three hundred and three! Have you no other answer to this question?

Yajnavalkya: There are thirty-three gods.
Sakalya: All right! (not satisfied with answer). Tell me again properly; how many gods are there?

Yajnavalkya: Six are there.

Sakalya: How many gods are there. Tell me again. Think properly.

Yajnavalkya: Only three gods are there.
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4 Sep
Ancient Hindu Ships

Bharat is surrounded on three sides by the sea. The ancient Bhartiya first built the boat to travel across the sea. Image of general public of the Vedic era is that of sailors, which coincides with the historical relics of the Saraswati Valley civilization.
The English word Navigation originates from the Sanskrit word Navagati. The word navy is also derived from the Sanskrit word nou (नौ). A detailed description of boat construction is mentioned in the Sanskrit text युक्तिकल्पतरू.
Describing the decoration of the नौका beautifully, states that the forward shape of the boat is described as making सिंह, महिष, सर्प, गज, विग्रह etc. on the basis of various shapes.
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3 Sep

There is no description in Upanishad asking husband to beat their wives. These kind of things happen when people see hindu scriptures through the lens of !slam.
Do this मलेच्छ know the meaning of the Upanishad? Upanishad literally means, sitting down near and implies listening closely to the mystic doctrines of a guru who has cognized the fundamental truths of the ब्रह्माण्ड.
It is learning at the feet of a master or Guru. Those verses can never be understood by mlecchas. They have altogether a different meaning
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28 Aug
Mechanics and Yantra (Machine) Science in Hinduism

In Maharishi Kaṇāda's Vaishesika Darshan, the word 'Karma' means motion. There are five types of motion account to vaishesika. Image
1.) उत्क्षेपण (upward motion)
2.) अवक्षेपण (downward motion)
3.) आकुञ्चन (Motion due to the release of tensile stress)
4.) प्रसारण (Shearing motion)
5.) गमन (General Type of motion)
It is analyzed in Vaiseshika Darshan to know the different karma or motion based on its cause.

1) Due to propulsion - constant pressure
2) Due to effort - like shaking hands
3) Due to gravity - something falls down
4) Due to fluidity - flow of microscopic particles
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27 Aug
|| Pancha Maha Yajna ||

“यज्ञो वै श्रेष्ठतमं कर्म” (शतपथ ब्राह्मण 1/7/1/5) means Yajna is the best of all deeds. Yajna is performing virtuous karmas at all three levels: thoughts, words and deeds as well as helping others achieve the same goal.
In the Rigveda Mantra (1/13/12)

Parmeshwar has given a command to perform a Yajna by saying ‘स्वाहा यज्ञं कृणोतन’॥

Manusmriti the first 'मानव धर्मशास्त्र' describes five type of yajya:
अध्यापनं ब्रह्मयज्ञः पितृयज्ञस्तु तर्पणम्।
होमो दैवो बलिर्भौतो नृयज्ञोऽतिथिपूजनम्॥ 3/70

The पंचयज्ञ include Brahmayajna- teaching of Vedas, Pitrayajna - devoted to forefathers, Devyajna - devoted to the Deva, Bhootyajna - devoted to charity, and Atithiyajna - devoted to guests.
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25 Aug
No, Shri Bhagwat Gita doesn't talk about caste system. It has reference only about Varnas and not Castes. Varna is the activity that one professes, this activity is called his karma.
Bhagwat Gita says that one's karma should be in line with his Dharma and that his Dharma should be in line with his Guna.
In 4/13 Shri Gita clearly says:


The chaturvaranya (the four-class system) has been created on the basis of people’s vocations and merits and not on their birth and parentage.
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25 Aug
You are wrong my dear Bhrata

No Hindu text or Manusmriti ever discriminate women and never support patriarchy. Manusmriti 3/56 says Where Women are honoured, divinity blossoms there, n where ever women are dishonoured,all action no matter how noble it may be, remains unfruitful.
Manusmriti 3.59– One desiring glory should ensure that he keeps women in the family by giving them respect and pleasing them with good ornaments, dresses, food. Women should always be revered under all circumstances.
3.58– A family- where women feel insulted or discriminated against and curse their menfolk- is destroyed in same manner as poison kills all those who eat it.
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23 Aug
Yes, He did it actually But Western always tried to hide it. So called Inventor Votla used same method as Maharishi Agastya written in Agastya Samhita. Agastya Samhita describes the method of making electric battery.
Agastya Samhita Says:

संस्थाप्य मृण्मये पात्रे ताम्रपत्रं सुसंस्कृतम्‌।
छादयेच्छिखिग्रीवेन चार्दाभि: काष्ठापांसुभि:॥
दस्तालोष्टो निधात्वय: पारदाच्छादितस्तत:।
संयोगाज्जायते तेजो मित्रावरुणसंज्ञितम्‌॥

Means, Place a well-cleaned copper plate in an earthenware vessel.
Cover it first by copper sulfate and then by moist sawdust. After that, put a mercury-amalgamated zinc sheet on top of the sawdust to avoid polarization. The contact will produce an energy known by the twin name of Mitra-Varuna.
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22 Aug
This दैत्य is always trying to discredit Hinduism by quoting fake translations. Now, he is saying this horse stuff, but When I Read this Vedic mantra I found something else and yes I did not find his !slamic fantasy anywhere in the Vedas.
Only a hate monger, like this दैत्य, can imagine a horse here. No such word is there in this mantra. Here's is full Vedic mantra:

ग॒णानां॑ त्वा ग॒णप॑ति हवामहे प्रि॒याणां॑ त्वा प्रि॒यप॑ति हवामहे निधी॒नां त्वा॑ निधि॒पति॑ हवामहे वसो मम। आहम॑जानि गर्भ॒धमा त्वम॑जासि गर्भ॒धम् ॥१९॥
ताऽउ॒भौ च॒तुरः॑ प॒दः स॒म्प्रसा॑रयाव स्व॒र्गे लो॒के प्रोर्णु॑वाथां॒ वृषा॑ वा॒जी रे॑तो॒धा रेतो॑ दधातु ॥२०॥
उत्स॑क्थ्या॒ऽअव॑ गु॒दं धे॑हि॒ सम॒ञ्जिं चा॑रया वृषन्। य स्त्री॒णां जी॑व॒भोज॑नः॥२१॥

The mantra can be interpreted for Ishwara. Ishwara is the ruler and we are the subject.
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22 Aug

In vedas it is written that sun is the center of universe and all planets revolve & rotate around the sun. But they will not tell you this. Becoz it doesn't what they did is they are coping the text from a मलेच्छ website Vedkabhed the author is Sulaiman Razvi.
This is pure FAKE stuff, the image of flat earth has absolutely nothing to do with the stuff written. I already debunked this आक्षेप:
First of all, we can not believe translations to Sanskrit language as such. Even sanskrit experts have difficulties in defining the meaning of some words. And here is my explanation for motion of Earth:
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21 Aug
No, you are wrong dear Mleccha

You are again trying to defame Hinduism by using wrong translations. Most basically the term earth and Geography are represented by the word Bhugol in Hinduism scriptures. Where Bhu stands for land and earth and 'Gol' means round/sphere.
Some of the references from scriptures: मूर्धन्यर्पितमणुवत्सहस्रमूर्न्घो ।
भूगाेलं सगिरिसरित्समुद्रसत्वम् ।~ (Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam 5•25•12)

In above word 'भूगोल' is used. Thus the most basic etymology also proves the fact.
The Rig Veda says— चक्राणासः परीणहं पर्थिव्या हिरण्येन मणिना शुम्भमानाः। means Adorned with jewels, they encircled the earth, but Indra overcame them with the rising sun. This encircling shows a round path which could be around a spherical shape.
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17 Aug
No, you are wrong dear Mleccha

This Vedic Mantra has no concern with eating beef or any non-vegetarian food. Devta of this mantra 10/85/13 is “SURYA VIVAHA” So, this mantra relates to marriage.
Here's the full mantra:
सूर्याया वहतुः प्रागात्सविता यमवासृजत् । अघासु हन्यन्ते गावोऽर्जुन्यो: पर्युह्यते ॥

The mantra states that in winter, the rays of sun get weakened and then get strong again in spring. The word used for sun-rays in ‘Go’ which also means cow
and hence the mantra can also be translated by making ‘cow’ and not ‘sun-rays’ as the subject.The word used for ‘weakened’ is ‘Hanyate’ which can also mean killing. So it has no concern with eating beef
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