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Monday, January 11, 2021

Astavakra Rishi: Who proved that disability is not curse.

Astavakra Rishi: Who proved that disability is not curse.

In today's blog, we will discuss about Astavakra who proved that disability is not a curse.
India has been a country of many great men and scholars.  Who have given a new direction to the society from time to time through their knowledge, devotion and philosophy.  Rishi Ashtavakra is one of those great personalities who said that the truth is as it should be same to accepted. He considered the knowledge described in the scriptures to be only about defining life style and related to rules.  His invaluable deed to human society is the 'Ashtavakra Gita', a book based on the principle of Advaita Vedanta.  It is mainly described as a conversation of sages Ashtavakra and King Janaka.  Like the Bhagavad Gita, the Upanishads and the Brahmasutra, the Ashtavakra Gita is also an invaluable book.  This book describes in detail the knowledge, Vairagya(disinterest), Moksha(Salvation) and samadhistha yoga and their conditions.

Disability is not a curse.  A person with disability can do whatever he wants on his own strength, ability and scholarship.  The sage Ashtavakra proved this centuries ago.  The body of sage Ashtavakra was crooked in eight places.  That is why his name was also named as Ashtavakra. People used to make fun of him by seeing his crooked body, but the sage Ashtavakra did not consider the crooke of his body as weakness.  Nor was he frustrated for this reason.  He continued on his path.  As a result, today, even after centuries, we remember him reverently.

In the present times too, all our focus is on external progress.  Today we pay more attention to outdoor appearance(external form).  Many people are worried about their body texture or appearance(form).  Many people also fall prey to depression.  The story of Ashtavakra gives them the message that if you develop your qualities, you can get respect despite physical shortcomings.

When we are surrounded by external problems, we get very frustrated.  This frustration gradually turns into hopeless.  Instead of fighting them, we start blaming others and get sadness.
However, there have also been people who have made the state of utter despair so positive that even after thousands of years, people give precedent.  We are talking about Ashtavakra, the author of the Ashtavakra Gita, the important text of Advaita Vedanta.
It would be surprising to know that his body was crooked from eight places!
In fact,he got the name 'Ashtavakra' on this basis.  In spite of having such a crooked body, he did not give up and became a respected scholar, while presenting the ultimate talent.
It is said that when he was in the womb, he had to become a part of the anger of the father and he took birth with a cursed body.
Why did the father curse his own son in the womb??
This is a very interesting but surprising topic!  Uddālaka sage was extremely pleased with the talent of his disciple Kahod.  When Kahod succeeded in acquiring knowledge of the entire Vedas, he got married to his beautiful and quality girl Sujatha.
Time passed and a new couple was about to give birth to a new child.  One day, at that time, they were studying vedas.  Then the child in Sujatha's womb spoke - 'Father!  You are misreading the Veda. '
On hearing this, Kahod turned red with anger and said, 'From the womb, your intellect is mischivousness and you have insulted me.  Therefore you will be curved (crooked) from eight places. '
A few days after this incident, Kahod went to the court of King Janak of Mithila to debate with a scholar named Bandi, where he was get defeated.  According to the rule, Kahod had to immersed in water.  Just after few day this incident, Ashtavakra was born.
The boy with crooked body could not see the father, so maternal grandfather Uddālaka considered him as his father and his maternal uncle Shvetketu as elder brother.  One day he was in his maternal grandfather's lap, when Shvetketu told him that Uddālaka was not his father.  Ashtavakra was shocked and asked to mother about his father.  Mother told him the whole truth.
After this Ashtavakra left for Mithila with his  maternal uncle Shvetketu without delay.  He went directly to King Janaka's Yagyashala to offer a talk to a prisoner scholar.  If the gatekeepers stopped him as a child, he said that no one becomes a big man only his hair turns white or gets older.  Anyone who has knowledge of Vedas and who is intelligent, he grows up.
Saying this, he entered the meeting of King Janak and challenged Bandi for debate.  But seeing the child Ashtavakra, all the members started laughing loudly. 
Surprised everyone with his intelligence.
Seeing Ashtavakra, the laughter of the member of Raja Janaka's meeting was not stopping.  In fact, seeing the crooked from eight place while Ashtavakra was walking, all members of meeting included Raja Janak also started laughing.  On seeing people laughing, Ashtavakra also started laughing.  In fact, he did not mind at all on his disability.  He had acquired such scholarship(in sense of knowledge)that thinking and unhappiness did not suit him.
The members was laughing at Ashtavakra and then Ashtavakra on the members.  In such a strange situation, King Janaka asked Ashtavakra - "O child!  The laughter of the members is understandable, but why are you laughing?
Just twelve years old, all were stunned to hear Ashtavakra's answer.  Ashtavakra said - 'I laugh at the weicked intelligence of those who laugh at the crooked of my body.  All these people are suffering from mental conditions and they cannot be scholars at all.  That's why I'm laughing!
King Janaka patiently said to Astavakra, "O rude child!  What do you mean ...
Ashtavakra replied, 'All these are connoisseurs of leather, not of wisdom.  The sky does not become crooked due to the crooked temple and the sky does not burst due to the bursting of the pitcher.
It is formless and knowledgeable men also formless like as sky.  All the members were surprised and even ashamed to hear this knowledgeable thing from the child's mouth.  They deeply regretted their stupidity.

Rajarshi Janak himself took the his test.

After this incident, King Janak took the test of Ashtavakra himself.  Ashtavakra responded to all questions very cleverly.  Not only this, Bandi was also surprised by his scholarship (in sense of knowledge) and bowed down.
Ashtavakra requested to immerse Bandi in water due to the defeat of Bandi in the debate .
Bandi laughingly said that he is the son of Varuna and he has sent all the defeated Brahmins to the father.  Will call them back now.  This happened and all the defeated Brahmins came back.  Ashtavakra's father was also among them.
Ashtavakra was very happy to find his father.

 He was angry at  Shankha's son Agha

Shankh's son Aagha was beautiful like Kamadeva and he had a lot of pride in this.  Once he was traveling on the Malayachala mountain.  Just then, his eyes turned on Ashtavakra.  He started laughing after laughing.  When Ashtavakra glanced at him, he explained him, but his laughter was not taking the rest of stopping.
Ashtavakra, having conquered the anger, cursed him to correct Agha's wisdom.  He cursed him to become the most curvy and sharpened of crooked species.  As soon as he heard the curse, Agha fell at the feet of Ashtavakra.
Ashtavakra felt pity.  He told Agha that soon Lord Vishnu is about to take an avatar and he will enter your stomach and gave salvation to you.  This Agha becomes Aghasura in Dwapar and swallows Krishna with friends and cows.
Lord Krishna tears his stomach and frees own friends and cows and gave salvation to Agha.
 Ashtavakra's father Kahod is very pleased and advises him to bathe in the Samanga River.  To get rid of his father's curse, he bathes in the Samanga River and all his curved parts become erect.
 The story of Ashtavakra teaches us to be patient as well as virtuous.
Knowledge is not bound by age limits, it is independent.  Therefore, the attachment of body, mind and intellect also has no effect on it.  Its biggest example is the sage Ashtavakra. He has said that the truth is as it should be same to accepted, his biggest gift is the Ashtavakra Gita to the society, in which he has expressed the truth and its different forms, which are relevant even today.

Sage Ashtavakra is known to tell the truth.  He used to reveal the truth as he experienced it.  Sage Ashtavakra preferred the truth derived from personal experiences.  He used to say that the truth is not in any book.  There may be rules and principles in a book, but it is not true.  Nor is there knowledge in the texts.  The light of knowledge remains inside a human being.

The sage Ashtavakra composed the book called Ashtavakra Gita, which contains his similar thoughts.  He came to know the truth of dharma by his own specific style and defined it in this way.  The sage Ashtavakra did not accept to follow the traditions.  He started new traditions.  His entire life is a source of inspiration.

It is a very special idea to call the disabled as Divyanga(in sense of some special quality or God gifted).  In fact, the human being whom God deprives him of any part and sends to this earth, he is a human being who undergoes something with a unique talent.  In the Puranas, history and modern society, there have been many such persons who were handicapped but proved to be Divyanga due to some or the other special organs.
Many scholars, many wise persons  have left their indelible mark on this earth through their special parts, despite not being a part.
Divyang are physically weak in body but none the less in terms of knowledge, intelligence, argumentive power and sharpness, examples of which are mentioned in Puranas and history.  It will be expedient to remember Ashtavakra in this context.  'Ashtavakra Gita and Ashtavakra Samhita' is related to the famous divyanga named Ashtavakra.
Surdas, despite having no eyes, has set a record with his unique talent.  His saga will remain entrenched on every human's memory till the ages.
The blind scholar Shri Giridhar Mishra who is known by the name of Rambhadracharya is possessed with such a genius of Shruti-Smriti that by listening to his grandfather only at the age of five years, Gita and at the age of seven learned the whole Ramcharitmanasa. He speak 22 languages.  Many languages ​​have poetical poets. He is counted among the best experts of Tulsidas in India.  While neither he can read, nor write nor use Braille script, he learn by listening and write compositions by speaking.  He has written more than eighty books.
Arunima Sinha is one such talented.  Who has the distinction of being the first woman to reach Mount Everest with the help of artificial legs.  How can someone call them handicapped?  In reality, she is a Divyang.  How can we forget Sudha Chandran, who dances with artificial legs, then mesmerises the audience.
Look at Ira Singhal, she has shocked everyone with her talent.  Famous scientist 'Hawkins' listened, studied with the help of artificial instruments, but is considered the world's best scientist in the field of physics.
Prime Minister Modiji had said - "When someone is introduced as a disabled person, then the eye goes to the organ which does not work properly , whereas the reality is that the disabled also have the power that the common people do not have.  There is a divine specialty. I see the special power inside them as Divyang. "
The real handicapped is the one who despite being physically complete is lackrated without karma, blind without knowledge, heartless without love and inactive without intellect.
Seeing the divine qualities in them by Prime Minister Modiji, embellishing them with words like Divyang is highly appreciated.  Just as the water dropped from the sky reaches the sea through some way, so it is an honor to them all by the name of Divyang.  But is this name enough?  Will changing the human mind just by giving the name of Divyang?  Even today, they do not get the appropriate respect for which they are entitled.  Some people take advantage of their disabilities, even family members use to beg them and make their own means of earning.
By recognizing the extra talent and extra qualities hidden in the Divyang, if we can pay attention to the development of such skills, then perhaps we will be able to do some justice to them.  Every divyanga person has a special part and how the talent hidden in them can be highlighted and can be decorated and provide better conditions , if the government arranges  some special for them, then it will definitely scenry come in the life of those people. 
This was the story related to Ashtavakra .... Later through this blog, I will present the story of the great Ashtavakra Rishi to all of you in detail. So wait till all of you. 

Saturday, September 5, 2020

Perhaps the location and time of each destiny event is fixed.

Perhaps the location and time of each destiny event is fixed.

Today I have brought an article on such a subject, on which there can be a long debate. Some people may accept it or reject it.

1st story:-

Once it was very cold.  All humans, animals and birds all were suffering.  In such a way, a vulture was sitting on a tree's top in the sunlight to overcome his cold.  At the same time, Yamraj came out from there.

As soon as he saw the vulture sitting on the tree, his eyes got stressed but he said nothing and went his way.  He went own way, but the vulture's life dried up after seeing his attitude.  Now he was shivering with fear not to cold .  In the meantime, Narada ji came to pronounce 'Narayan-Narayan'.  Narada ji saw the trembling vulture and stopped and asked,  vulture are your health good?  You trembling very badly, what's the matter?  Tell me if you need any help.

The vulture stuttering with great difficulty told that Yamraj had just left from here.  I did not even make any mistake, knowingly or unknowingly, yet he has gone to see me with a very crooked eye.  Looked very angry.  This makes me feel very fear.  Narada ji thought after two minutes and said that you do one thing. There is a hill called Ramtek at a distance of 100 yojan(one yojan=12 to15 KM) from here.  Go hide in his cave , till then I talk to Yamraj and ask the reason for his displeasure.

The vulture obeyed him and took refuge in the hill of Ramtek.  In the meantime, Narada ji went to Yamraj and asked what happened today, Maharaj, you had attained anger at that helpless vulture early  morning. Yamraj said, "Oh nothing, as soon as I got out, I saw that vulture in front."  Tonight is the culmination of his life which is to be completed in the hills of Ramtek a hundred yojan (one yojan=12 to15 KM) away.  I was thinking that it should be there, what is it doing here.

 Now , Narada ji could not understand whether he did good or bad.

2nd story:-

One day the thought of Garuda Dev, the vehicle of Lord Vishnu, came to mind that why not visit the earth once.  During his visit, when Garuda Dev reached Lord Vishnu's patil putra temple,  then he saw a pigeon trembling while sitting on the platform.  Seeing his position, he wondered in the courtyard of the Lord's temple there is no fear and why is this pigeon trembling despite sitting in the sun? He asked the reason for trembling with that pigeon, that pigeon first bowed to him and after that said that Yamraj came here shortly before the you came.  When his eyes fell on me, he said that this unfortunate creature will die as soon as the sun rises tomorrow morning.

Tomorrow is the last day of my life, how can anyone know how to control themselves?  That is why I am trembling with fear of death, I do not want to die yet, please protect my life and save me from this trouble. Hearing the scorn of that pigeon pleaded, he felt pity on him as well as his thought that why should not Yamraj be challenged.  He pressed the pigeon in its huge claws and led it away from the temple courtyard to a safe cave.  Garuda Dev flew away by making the cave situated on the Malayagandh mountain safe.

From there, he flew directly towards Yamraj's city of Yamlok, in his mind he was eager to tell Yamraj about his success in protecting pigeon's life.  He wanted to tell Yamraj that he had failed his plan by protecting the life of the pigeon. When Yamraj came to know that Garuda Dev himself had come to Yamlok, he honored him and placed him on the sit and asked the purpose of coming to Yamlok.

Then Garuda Dev very proudly told him that the pigeon that was about to die today has saved by me.  On hearing him, Yamraj smiled and asked Chitragupta about that pigeon.  Seeing in his book, Chitragupta Maharaj said that the pigeon living in the temple of Lord Vishnu's patil putra temple will become the food of the snake in a cave in the Malayagandh mountain just after sunrise today, and that incident has been completed just a while ago.

Hearing this, Garuda Dev's surprise  and he went directly to the cave where he saw that the snake had eaten that pigeon.  He was very sad to see that instead of protecting the pigeon, he himself had brought it to the mouth of death.  After reaching Baikuntha Lok, Garuda Dev was sitting in solitude with a sad heart, then Lord Vishnu understood his agony and explained to him that at the time of birth,  the time of death is also be fixed and the law of Brahma cannot be changed.

Even if we look at the ancient texts of Hinduism, we also see many such incidents in which prophecy has been spoken.  Like it was already predicted that Krishna would kill Kansa.  In the Ramayana, it was already determined that Lord Rama would come to Shabri's ashram and also give moksha to Ahilya.
One such mention is made in Tulsidas ji well in Ramcharitmanas.  In which he is explaining that no one can do anything in whatever is already scheduled.
That means, it is what Sri Rama has already decided .  Who can expand their thinking by arguments ?

A prediction can be made only when something like a future exists.  If nothing has happened then how can it be told with clarity beforehand.  This also proves that whatever is happening with us has already been determined.
There have been many sages in our history who were trikaldarshi.  Maharishi Valmiki had written before the Uttarakand of Ramayana when incident were took place.  Even today, there are such sages-saints in the ancient caves of the Himalayas who have the ability to see past and future by meditating.
It is mentioned in the Balmiki Ramayana that not only Rama and Sita but also Dashrath ji and Guru Vashistha knew beforehand what was going to happen in the future.
Durvasa Rishi had already told Dashrath ji that his son Rama would have to suffer 14 years of exile.  Guru Matang also knew that Shreerama would come to his ashram one day and give  darshan to Shabri.
Devaki's eighth son would kill Kansa, but Kansa himself also knew this prophecy.

Friday, August 28, 2020

Maharishi Dadhichi donated his bones to the gods

Maharishi Dadhichi donated his bones to the gods
                  Who does not know Muni Dadhichi, who sacrificed his body and protected the gods and all the three worlds,  Vishwakarma by making Vajra from his bones gave to gods, then Indra killed the monster called Vritrasura. But do you know that once Maharishi Dadhichi drank the weapons of all the gods, which is described in the Brahma Purana .

According to the story:-

Once all the gods including Yamraj and Indra come to the ashram of Maharishi Dadhichi, they all came there after defeating the demons and monsters, due to which all the gods were very happy. Muni Dadhichi also paid due respect to all the gods and asked the reason for coming to the ashram, then all the gods said that Munivar, we have conquered all the great demons and monsters, now we have no fear of them. We are very happy, so we do not see any benefit of keeping our weapons, we cannot even carry the burden of these weapons, when we keep these weapons in heaven, the demons detect them and steal them, so we Keep these weapons in your holy ashram.

Here, there is no fear of demons and monsters. Because of your chanting and austerity, the whole region is holy and safe and there is no one to equal you in austerity, then Muni Dadhichi said that it is okay as you all think it is appropriate. But then the Muni's wife said, "What do you need to do in this? If you place these weapons in the ashram, then the enemies of these gods will also envy you, and if any weapon is stolen or destroyed, then also these gods will be angry. Therefore, I do not think that your thought is appropriate, after listening to his wife, Dadhichi Muni said that "I have already said yes to the requests of the gods, so it is a great sin to be dissuaded. 

Hearing this, all the gods put their divine weapons and arms in the Dadhichi muni ashram and went back to their respective abode, after the gods had gone, Muni Dadhichi stayed in the ashram with his wife and did penance. Thus 1000 divine years passed but none of the gods came to take back their weapons, then Muni Dadhichi said that "Gods and Goddesses do not want to take their weapons from here. And the demons envy me, now you tell me what to do, then the  Muni's wife said that I had already said that this work is not right, now do what you think is appropriate.

Because the great brave and ascetic warriors of the demons will surely steal it today or tomorrow . Then Dadhichi Muni to get bathed those weapons with water while reciting the holy mantra to protect those weapons. After then sage Dadhichi drank that water. Due to this all weapons were became powerless and useless. All weapons was destroyed one by one according to the time, this was the reason for which Maharishi Dadhichi's bones were needed to kill Vritrasura.
Because the great brave and ascetic warriors of the demons will surely grab it today or not tomorrow, then Dadhichi Muni bathed those weapons with water while reciting the holy mantra to protect those weapons. 
Then this holy water drank by Dadhichi , and all these weapons became simple and inferior and lost their power one by one in time. This was the reason for which the bones of Maharishi Dadhichi needed to kill Vritrasura.

Later the gods came and said to Dadhichi - ‘Muniver!  Great fear of enemies has come upon us.  Therefore, give the weapons that we had kept with you at this time. ”Dadhichi said -“ You have not come to take them for a long time. Therefore, in fear of the demons, I have drunk those weapons.  Now they are located in my body.  Therefore, whatever is appropriate, say it. ”Hearing this, the gods said to respectfully -“ Munishwar!  At this time, we can only say that to give weapons. ”The Brahmin said -“ All weapons have been absorbed in my bones.  So take those bones only. " At that time, the wife of Dadhichi, who spoke dear words, was not with him.  Gods were very afraid of her. Not seeing her, then gods said to Dadhichi- 'Viprawar!  Whatever you have to do, do it fast. ”Dadhichini, abandoning his life, said -“ Gods!  You happily take my body.  Take pleasure in my bones.  What job do I have for this body? ' Then sage Dadhichi gave up his life.

Seeing this, the gods said enthusiastically to Vishwakarma - "Now at this time you have to make many weapons ." Vishwakarma said - "Gods!  This is a Brahmin's body.  How do i use it. Then only his bones will be left, then I will make their weapon. ”Then the gods said to the cows -“ We make your tongue like Vajra.  For the sake of our interest, for the purpose of making weapons, remove skin of Dadhichi's body in a moment and get the pure bones. 'By the order of the gods, the cows did the same. They took bones by licking Dadhichi's body and gave it to the gods.  The gods went into own abode with enthusiasm and the cows also returned to their place.

When sage Atreya created heaven on earth.

When sage Atreya created heaven on earth.

Hello and Welcome friends

The creation of heaven on earth is strange to hear, but it is true, it is described in the Brahmapuran, which tells how sage Atreya created heaven on earth, let us know how and why it incident occured, and what happened after that.

According to story:-

Atreya was the son of Maharishi Atri.  Maharishi Atri Maharaja received wealth from Prithu and gave it to his sons and went to the Vanaprastha Ashram himself.  His son Atreya was living an ascetic life with his wife by building an ashram in Tapovan.

Once he went to Amravati, the capital of Devaloka with some sages and was stunned to see Indra's assembly in the splendid city of Amravati. So much opulence, splendor, beauty, amazing and wealth. After seeing all this and thinking about this, his mind got confused.  Comparing Indra in his life, he was distressed by the ascetic life of his Tapovan and he started thinking, "What is my life like disgusting. How is it going in the absence.  See the life of Indra in heaven, how magnificent it is and my life is that of a monastic ascetic ascetic. " Just like a beggar.

The seeds of jeolousy fascinated with desire grew in his mind.  Chanting and penance were forgotten when he returned.  There was only one concern as to how to get prosperity like Amravati. Stoicism and devotion had forgotten.  Now 24 hours, life's like Amravati and Indra started worrying.

Seeing his condition, his wife explained a lot that why have you fallen in love with wealth & prosperity, you are a sage?  Our own dharma-karma is superior.  It is painful to look others with jealousy . 
But when nothing came to Atreya's mind, the wife said, "You go to the sage Twasta and tell him own sorrow."  He is very capable.  He can do anything with his Tapobal, if he will be happy, then by creating Amravati for you, he can even give you Indra's post. ”

A person suffering from desires has no conscience.  Atreya immediately went to the sage Twasta and told his wish, "Maharishi!  Please give me the opportunity to enjoy the same pleasure like heaven once with your Tapobal. "
Sage Twasta understood all thing that Atreya's mind would not calm down once he enjoyed the same happiness, so he said, "Instead of following the tradition of sage Atri, you started wishing for the glory of Indra.  Ok, I manage to fulfill your wish.  For you I create the opulence of Amravati. "

After being convinced, Atreya went.  When he came to his ashram, the scene there was changed.  It felt as like heaven had come down.  He forgot his tapovan and ascetic life. In the grandeur of heaven, he found himself as Indra & his wife got herself as Shachi form, and began to enjoy the happiness like as gods.

The demons came to know that another  Indra has also been born on the earth.  Amravati is settled.  The opulence  of heaven has also been there, so just the demons said that  we will have chance to conquer another heaven . Now we will defeat another Indra.

All the demons attacked Atreya's Amravati.  Indra of heaven was full of divine power.   He could face the demons.  Atreya was a  ascetic. So he did not knowledge of war skills and weapons?  He ran away as soon as demons were attacked.

Till some time ago, he was happy by enjoying the pleasure of heaven.  Now to save his life, he ran away with his wife to find a hiding place.  At last he did not find any shelter, then  again he run away and went to the sage Twashta and say, "Rishivar!  Life is under threat. If life will not exist now, what will opulence do to enjoy?  You remove this Amravati generated from your Tapobal.  I also saw the sadness of being Indra.  My hut was the best. "

The sage Twastha laughed and said, "Atreya!  Man has this tendency that he is not satisfied and happy with what he has. He is dissatisfied and unhappy to get what he does not have, but keep one thing in mind, the opulence and grandeur which is seen from outside, how much sorrow and tragedy is going to be seen from inside, thats does not  come to visible. Seeing the splendor of Indra, you fell in fascination, but when you saw him directly, you came to know that even in that happiness, he is always unhappy with the fear of the attack of his enemies. "

Then the sage Twashta immediately assimilated that heaven, and returned to his ashram with laughing, the demons also returned to Patalaloka(Hades), and Muni Atreya also resumed the ashram with his disciples and wife after learning the lesson. On seeing both aspects of happiness and sorrow, Atreya became enlightened and he became happy in an ascetic life.

**** At some places, there is also a description that on the insistence of Atreya, Vishwakarma created heaven on earth. The story is just like the first.  At the request of Atreya after the demon invasion, Vishwakarma assimilated the heaven of the earth.

Friday, August 21, 2020

The story of King Shwet in the context of the glory of Annadan.

Annadanan's Mahima Katha .... from Bhavishyapura.

The story of King Shwet in the context of the glory of Annadan.

The king Shwet used to eat flesh of his own body.

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Raja Shwet who used to eat the flesh of his own body, but his flesh never dwindled, but what was the reason? What was his deeds ? That he had  to get to eat the flesh of his own body, let's know  through a story, which is mentioned in the Uttar Parva of Bhavishya Purana,

According to the story:-

In ancient times, there was a Chakravarti king named Shwet who conquered in many wars, performed many Yajna rituals, performed many kinds of charity and performed many virtuous work, all the subjects in his kingdom were happy and prosperous.  And finally, after renouncing the kingdom, went to the forest . And whing doing austerities he died and went to heaven . He use to roamed the heaven with the Gods, Gandharvas etc. , and the Apsaras served him . Indra also respected King Shwet very much, the king got all the happiness of the divine clothes ornaments etc. in heaven .

But at the time of meal, he had to come to the earth and eat the flesh of his former body daily, even after eating meat daily, the flesh of that former body did not decrease due to the deeds of previous birth . Thus every day King Shwet became very distraught by eating the flesh of his own body . One day he went to Brahma ji and bowed that and he said, "O Parampita, by your kindness I am enjoying the happiness of heaven, all the gods also respect me very much.  But this sinful hunger is never calm, thats reason  I have to go to earth every day to eat the flesh of my former body.  What disgusting sin deeds did I do, because of which I do not get good food, please free me from this trouble .

Hearing the agony of King Shwet, then Bramhaji said, " O Rajan, you have done many kinds of charity, performed yajna,havan, rituals , virtuous work and satisfied the gurus and peoples. But while living on earth, you have never provided food to the peoples, today you are suffering this pain due to not providing food, no more charity than food. That's why, O Rajan, till you do not go to earth and provide food to the needy peoples, till then you will have to suffer this pain.

Hearing this, King Shwet took orders from Bramhaji and immediately reached earth, where he searched the needy peoples and arranged  food for them. When King Shwet donate grains and  gave food etc. to the needy on earth, then King Shwet was freed from his guilt, and like other people in heaven, he also got good food. 

This was a story .... After a few days I will bring an article to the before you all regarding the importance and glory of food donation .

Sunday, August 2, 2020

Mother Gandhari - a strong and constrained woman

Mother Gandhari - a strong and constrained woman

Who was Gandhari who wanted to make Duryodhana as Vajra body

Gandhari is one of the influential female characters of Mahabharata.  Gandhari was Dhritarashtra's wife and Duryodhana's mother.  Shakuni was her brother.  Let us know who Gandhari was and what power she had.

Gandhari's character is at the forefront of India's glorious women who had learned to live by ideals as well as her principle of husband's devout.  She had prevented the husband and her sons from going on unrighteousness and wrong path.  Her life is the story of a woman forced into the love of husband and son.
 One of the women mentioned in the Mahabharata story is Gandhari.  Gandhari is considered a virtuous woman and an ideal woman.  Gandhari  was the daughter of a king named Subal of the Gandhar country.  Being Gandhar country, she got his name Gandhari.  Gandhari was an ardent devotee of Lord Shiva.  After the war of Mahabharata ended, Gandhari went into the forest with her husband, Kunti and Vidur.

Was blindfolded only after getting married to Dhritarashtra

 When Gandhari was married to the blind Dhritarashtra, Gandhari also blindfolded.  Gandhari said that when my husband is blind, she has no right to see the world.  Gandhari's brother Shakuni was not happy with this marriage.  Being a devotee of Shiva, Gandhari was given the boon by Lord Shiva to become the mother of hundred sons. When Gandhari was married to blind Dhritarashtra, she too had her blindfolded.  As long as she lived, she did not remove her blindfold.  He had not even seen the face of his 100 sons.

Many ominous incident occurred on Duryodhana's birth

Gandhari named his first son Duryodhana.  It is said that when Duryodhana was born, at that time there were many ominous things.  Duryodhana started speaking as soon as he was born.  Then Vidur and the scholars asked Dhritarashtra to abandon this child.  Scholars and astrologers said that if you want to protect the Kaurava dynasty, then abandon Duryodhana, otherwise no one will be able to stop being evil.  But Duryodhana could not be abandoned in Putramoh(Affection of son's love).

Gandhari did not want the Mahabharata war

When her husband Raja Dhritarashtra agreed to Duryodhana and gave his consent to play the game of gambling, Gandhari warned Dhritarashtra that " should never take such an incurious decision by complying in the words of the moron children, the old and the wicked intellectuals."  You should not get your entire family destroyed by complying into the words of the son with affection. 
After recognizing the character of Duryodhana, she always asked Dhritarashtra to bring him on the path of dharma, calling him arrogant, sin-wise, greedy, bad companion , inconsiderate.  Even the Dushasanas were prevented from making mistakes, considering Krishna and Arjuna invincible and suggested way to compromise them.

Gandhari termed the 13-year exile given to the Pandavas as an unfair, unjust decision .  The obstinate Duryodhana never obeyed his mother Gandhari.  While going to war, she told Duryodhana how she can bless him, while the innocent Pandavas are the victims of his injustice.

Gandhari did not want the war of Mahabharata.  Before the war of Mahabharata started, when Lord Krishna went to Hastinapur as a peacekeeper for the treat0y, he proposed to give five villages to the Pandavas in front of Duryodhana, but Duryodhana rejected this proposal.  When Gandhari came to know about this, she asked Duryodhana to accept Sri Krishna's proposal.  Gandhari also told Duryodhana that it is in your welfare  to accept the things that Lord Krishna, Bhishma, Dronacharya and Vidur have told you.  But Duryodhana did not listen to the advice of Mata Gandhari and the result came in the form of war of Mahabharata.

Gandhari wanted to make Duryodhana's body like as a vajra 

It is said that in order to provide like iron-strength to his son Duryodhana, she told him to stand before her with an open body, then the light of her eyes would make his body become iron-like.  Duryodhana was in semi naked , so his half body only got iron power.
When all the Kauravas died in the war of Mahabharata, Gandhari decided to make Duryodhana as a vajra.  Gandhari had received this boon from Lord Shiva that whomever she would open her eyes and see anyone in nagnavastha(naked), thereof whole body would become of vajra.

Gandhari told Duryodhana that after bathing in the Ganges, he should appear in naked  in front of her .  But Lord Krishna knew this and on the way, Shri Krishna stopped Duryodhana and said that even after being so young, you would go in naked form to the mother.

Duryodhana got into the words of Shri Krishna and wrapped the leaves on the thigh and appeared before Gandhari.  When Gandhari opened the bandage with his eyes and saw him, her divine vision could not fall on the thigh, due to which the thighs of Duryodhana could not be of the vajra and in the end this led to the death of Duryodhana.

When Gandhari's hundred sons were killed in the fierce struggle of Mahabharata, she cried up in a sad mood that despite being the mother of hundred sons, she became sonless.  All her daughters-in-law are mourning as widows.  In the pile of dead bodies, looking at her dead sons, she looked very helpless, screaming with compassion. When Bheem, Yudhishthira, Nakula, etc. went to console Gandhari and apologize for the crime of her daughter-in-law, when forgiving, as soon as Gandhari's eyes fell on Yudhishthira's fingernails from the lower part of her eyes, his nails became black. Bhima and his brother hid in fear behind Yudhishthira. She considered as main factor the death of all her sons to Sri Krishna.  Gandhari, distraught at the sons's death, cursed Sri Krishna by saying: "If my dynasty is destroyed, then your dynasty will be destroyed and you too will be killed like an orphan."

Later Gandhari apologized to Krishna for these misdeeds.  Krishna smilingly said this: “Mother Gandhari!  This curse of yours is the law of God.  Your words will be true literally.  Please accept my greetings. "

Yudhishthira and all his brothers left no stone unturned in the service of their uncle and aunt Gandhari, but they also had to listen to the satire of being killer of sons from time to time.  For 15 years they lived in the palace with Yudhishthira.

From Yudhishthira, they asked for the permission to going to forest , which was rejected by Yudhishthira, but at the behest of Maharishi Vyasa, he ordered the exile along with Gandhari, Kunti, Vidur and Sanjay.  Going to the ashram of Maharishi Ved Vyasa in the forest, Gandhari expressed her desire to see the 100 dead sons again for the peace of mind of her husband Dhritarashtra and widow daughter-in-law. At the same time, Abhimanyu for Subhadra, and the five sons of Draupadi again show glimpse, they prayed to reduce their attachment and grief, which was completed by Ved Vyas.  In the last moments of life, Gandhari, Kunti and Dhritarashtra self sacrifice their lives.

In the history of Mahabharata, the character of Gandhari emerges not only because of her superiority in female characters, but also presents a psychological form of both good and bad feelings of the heart.  Her life is a great character saga of a forced woman trapped in the dilemma of wife and affection of sons.

Friday, July 3, 2020

Lord Krishna was rich in wonderful and supernatural personality

Lord Krishna was rich in wonderful and supernatural personality

Shri Krishna gave a new philosophy to mankind.  Taught the way of living.  His life-stories are full of miracles, but he is more closer to us  than other.  He is God but even before that, he is a successful, talented and divine human being.

The personality of Lord Shri Krishna is not only for Indian history, but also for world history, it is a supernatural and wonderful personality and will always be.  He is a unique hero of our culture.  A personality that cannot be compared to any avatar nor to any great man in the world. In every passage of his life, in every event there is a contradiction which is not generally understood.  This is the unique character of his life and this is also his unique life philosophy. The invaluable teaching he gave through his beautiful and seductive leelas and his holiness's teachings from inner and outer vision cannot come within the limits of the imaginative power of any speech or writing and the imagination of the mind, that is his singularity.  Gyani-dhyani(schloar-sage)  are defeated by searching Krishna, who do not meet in Brahm, nor in Puranas nor in the Vedas, he meet while pressing the feet of Radharani in any place of Brajbhumi- It is the peculiarity of the character of Shri Krishna that even after being unborn, he is born on earth. Even he is mritunjaya, but he accept death. Even is supreme power  but born in the prison of Kansa.
The personality and work of Shri Krishna is multi-faceted and multicolored, that is, intelligence, tact, warfare, charm, love, gravity, happiness, sorrow and how many characteristics and traits are included in himself. For a devotee, Lord Krishna is not only a god but also a guru who teaches the art of living life.  He attained the status of a great hero in Indian culture by the diverse characteristics of his personality.  On the one hand, he was a ideal scholar of politics and on the other, a great scholar of philosophy. He introduced the syncretic religion of knowledge-action-devotion while also leading in the religious world.  On the basis of his abilities, he was a man of yugas, who later became accepted as an ideal of young generation .  We remember him as a great revolutionary hero. He was a philosopher, thinker, messenger of Karma and Sankhya Yoga through the Gita, and the policy director of the Mahabharata war, but for the simple-minded Brajvasi, he was the rascha rachaiya, the Makhan chor, the naughty Kanhaiya who broke the gopis's pitcher . This is the expression in the Gita - O Arjuna! Those devotee worship me in which feeling in same way I also worship them. Shri Krishna's character is very divine.  Everyone is attract towards him.  Who attracts everyone, paves the way for devotion, removes the sins of devotees, he is Shri Krishna. He is an ideal character who while diagnosing Arjuna's mental anguish then he is a psychologist, when he killed Kansa then known as dharmaavatar. An ideal politician countering selfish politics, best musician in the form of Vishwa Mohini Bansi Bajaiah, Premavatar in front of Brijwasi . An ideal friend in front of Sudama.  In the form of  Sudarshan chakradhaari is a warrior and a pioneer of social revolution . Who do not overlap the sky of Dwapar with their divine powers, but remain in the background of mythological events like a relieved feeling.  Actually, Krishna has everything that is in human and not in human!  They are complete, bright, Brahman, knowledge.  Due to this immortal knowledge, many such rules and formulas have been propounded on the basis of their life themes and Gita, which are also applicable in Kali Yuga.  In this age full of deceit and deceit, how should we behave according to religion, what kind of behavior, we should see such benefits, not harming others, this way.  On the occasion of Janmashtami, we should adopt his teachings and biographies in our lives. Shri Krishna gave a new philosophy to mankind.  Taught the way of living.  Their life-stories are full of miracles, but he is more closer to us than than other.  He is God but even before that, he is a successful, talented and divine human being.  Despite being God, they seem the most human.
That is why Sri Krishna is considered a symbol of human emotions, desires and arts.  It seems that Shri Krishna came as the leader of life philosophy.  His entire journey from start to end is the inspiration of Purushartha.  He opened his eyes to the society when the power of autocracy  became poison for human beings.
Because no one could challenge the power, the newborn baby were killed.  Such is the story of the birth of Shri Krishna himself.  They were able to survive, so they were removed from the parents' eyes as soon as he was born.  In the society apprehensive by the fear of that time, child Krishna starting his life of sensation, struggle, reaction and protest.

The war of Mahabharata was the climax of the continuous battle which was started by Sri Krishna at birth.  Society of every era poses some questions before us.  Shri Krishna answered the same questions and became Taranhar.  Even today, almost the same questions stand before us.  In such a situation, it is important to focus on the exemplary side of Shri Krishna's dazzling chanting side so that the society can be removed from the cycle of this complexity.  His entire personality and curiosity has become an indelible article of religious history.  His sense of balance and harmony made him a favorite of illiterate milkman, people living in the lower strata of society, and disabled victims of neglect.
Sri Krishna birth anniversary is an example of social equality.  He was born in the city and spent his childhood playing in the village.  Thus his character connects the culture of the village and the city, connects the poor with the rich, Gwal baal to be the Gita preacher, killing the evil Kansa and returning his kingdom to Maharaj Ugrasena . Despite of he belong to rich family used to go the poor Gwal Bal and Gopis home and eating Makhan etc. are examples of being a successful national hero.  Like an ordinary human Krishna, any person can become a nationalist by touching every position of society and being loved by all. The heroic demons of kansa are slaughtered at the moment  by Krishna but  he gets lost in the game by Gwal baal. This is an example of the founding of divine love. Lord Krishna 's reasons for social harmony and patriotism are the inspiring criteria.
Shrikrishna is the only person in the vast sky of spirituality who does not appear serious nor seem indifferent even after going to the ultimate depths and heights of dharma, but is a person full of biographical power.  Sri Krishna's character has dance, song, love, dedication, humor, rasa, and the mindset to accept war as well, if needed.
The Great War is the symbol of the defense of religion and truth.  There is no other person who created history in the world with a flute in one hand and Sudarshan Chakra in the other hand.  There is no prohibition in the character of Shri Krishna, there is a sense of accepting every moment of life, every substance, every event with totality.  If they love, they are completely immersed in it, if they are friends, then they are also fully loyal, and when they accept war, then there is complete acceptance in that too.

On Janmashtami, the birth anniversary of Sri Krishna, we should strive for the rise of humanity by making inspiration simple from him and making life simple and easy.

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Thursday, March 19, 2020

What is body?

What is body?

According to research done by spirituality texts and Yogic Kriyas, the body is of three levels and panchkoshas.  There are three levels - gross, subtle and causal and the pancha kosha - Annamaya, Manomaya, Pranamaya, Vigyanamaya and Anandamaya.
The subtle body resides within the gross body, the casual body within the subtle body and the soul resides within the causal body.  The gross body is composed of five elements, namely earth, water, fire, sky and air. The seven dhatus called marrow, bone, fattening, flesh, blood, derm and skin are for its creation. This is the Annamaya Kosh.  The Earth is suzerain of annamaykosh. God has given ten senses to the human body.

The five gyaanindriyas and the five karmaindriyas.  (1) Eye (2) Ear (3) Nose (4) Tongue  (5) Skin These five senses provide knowledge of subjects. Seeing good and bad with the eye, hearing soft-hard words from the ear, smelling the smell- fragrant odor from the nose, knowing the taste of food-inedible from the tongue, feeling soft or stiff from the skin. Every sense has a deity from which subjects originate.  The subject of the eye is the form and the sun god.  Eyes are useless if there is no sun or fire.  The subject of the ear is the word and quality is sky.  The subject of the nose is the smell and the quality is earth.  The subject of the tongue is liquid and quality water.  The subject of skin is touch and quality air.  Due to these qualities and powers, these senses are used a lot.

Among the five Karmendriyas are (1) speech (2) hands (3) feet (4) genitals and (5) anus.  Speak with speech or mouth, taste it.  Work with hands, walk with feet.  The urinary tract excretes urine and excretes from the anus.

These senses are aids to the soul's convenient development journey.  They are tools of the soul, servants, God has provided them so that with their help the soul fulfills its needs and attains happiness.  All these senses are very useful.  The task of all is to make life flourishing and enjoyable.  If they are used properly, a person can make a successful birth by constantly tasting the sweet juices of life. God has made the gyaanindriyan upwards and the karmaindriyan downwards.  By this, God has given priority to knowledge and it has indicated that according to knowledge, karma only according to conscience.  With this you will get happiness and if you wander in downward matters then these senses will become the cause of time and destruction for you.
Thus the prantatva is one, but the body of the creature is divided into several parts on the basis of its activity.  The main components of the body are made up of muscles, but due to the variation in combination , their shape-type varies. On this basis, their nomenclature and deliberation are also different.  In human-body, life-force also has to bear various responsibilities, on the same basis, their nomenclature is different and differentiation of property is also told. At the core of this separation is unity.  Life is not many.  Practices are different in its various purposes.  Electricity is one, but their behavior is different in different devices.  While doing heater, cooler, fan, light, milling etc., its power and nature seems different.  Depending on the purpose of usage, differentiation can be experienced, even then people who know that they are all versatile activities of the same electric power. The same thing can be said regarding life-force.  The scholars have divided it into many parts, given many names and interpreted it in many ways.  Despite its justification, there is no need to fall into the illusion of how many types of  prantatva are there and there are differences and inconsistencies in those types.  This life extension is also called an eloquence of "Ekohun Bahusyam".
Prana has been divided into ten parts in the human body.  Among them there are 5 pranas and 5 sub pranas.  Pranamaya Kosh is formed by the combination of these 10.  The 5 main pranas are (1) apana (2) saman (3) prana (4) udan (5) vyan.  The Uppraanas have been named (1) Devadatta (2) Vrikal (3) Kurm (4) Nag (5) Dhananjaya.

What are the functions of these pranas in the body area?  It is described in Ayurveda Shastra as follows-

(1) Apana—अपनयति प्रकर्षेंण मलं निस्सारयति अपकर्षाति च शक्तिम् इति अपानः ।
That is, one who is rich in the power to throw out the faults is apana.  Excretions of excreta, urine, sweat,phlegm, raj, semen etc., throwing out the fetus, etc. are carried out with the help of this prana.
(2) Samana—रसं समं नयति सम्यक् प्रकारेण नयति इति समानः ।
That is, one who carries and distributes the liquid in the proper place is the same.  It is its job to produce digestive juices and keep their levels appropriate.
(3) Pran—प्रकर्षेंण अनियति प्रर्केंण वा बलं ददाति आकर्षति च शक्तिं स प्राणः ।
That is, the person who draws breath, food etc. and exerts force in the body is prana.  This is often the prominence in the words pronunciation.
(4) Udan—उन्नयति यः उद्आनयति वा तदानः ।
That is, those who keep the body up, keep it hard, do not let it fall - it is udan.  Many direct and indirect actions of upward movement are accomplished by this.
 (5)Vyan-व्याप्नोति शरीर यः स ध्यानः ।
That is, that which is encompassed in the whole body - it is vyana.  Through blood-circulation, breathing, knowledge, etc. it keeps control over the entire body.  Self-contained physical activities of the inner self are accomplished by this.
The function of the apana is the removal of the excreta from the various pathways of the body, and the location is anal.  It is experienced in an aura of orange color and affects the Muladhara Chakra.
 The function of samana from grain to blood, it mixed blood and sapta dhatus and the place is navel.  It is described as having a green aura and related to the Manipur Chakra.
In this way, the work of the prana is the editing place of breathing.  The cognition of this element is yellow in concentration and it is found to affect the Anahata Chakra in the process of roundabout drilling.
The task of Udaan is to take attraction, food, water, breathing, education etc. Whatever is taken from outside, this eclipse process is accomplished by this.  It is also the job of sleeping and resting after death.  The place is the gorge, color purple and the chakra vishuddhakhya.
Fifth  Vyan-  Its function is the circulation, transfusion of blood etc.  Location whole body.  The color is pink and chakra swadhisthan.
The five sub-pranas are connected with these five heads in the same way as secretary with ministers.  Nag with prana.  Kurma with apaan.  Vrikal with the samana.  Dhananjaya has a relationship with Devadatta and Vyan with Udaan.
The body is full of manomaya, pranamaya and vigyaanmaya koshas.  Mind, soul and intellect are respectively their master.  The reason is that the body is made of these guna of Sat, Raj, Tama.
In the awakened period, the gross body is work.  In dreaming-state the subtle body is work and in sleep it is work with the casual body or avidya.  In a sleeping state, the organism does not lose its independence even when it is Brahmaleen and awakes again with its nature. The soul is Sachchidanand form and serene, but the three-body body form appears corrupted and unhappy with the defect of the veil.  The subtle body is purified by keeping the mind happy, harmonious, contemplating in spiritual matters, keeping auspicious thoughts, keeping the intellect absorbed in soul attainment and a pleasant determination. When the attainment of self is the only effort, then understand that the body became completely clean.  According to Adi Shankaracharya, by considering this soul as unbroken, a form of perception, truth, continual, omnipotent, subtle, without distinction and completely integral with itself, a person becomes sinless, clean and immortal.

1.  What are the components of human body?  A preface

In this article, we have given a description of the creation of the human body and its various subtle bodies.  Modern science has studied the gross body of man to some depth;  But the understanding of modern science in terms of other organs of human existence is still very limited today. Example: In the context of human mind and intellect, knowledge is still limited to their gross organs.  In comparison, spiritual science has studied the entire existence of man in detail.

2.  According to spritual science , what is man made of? Living humans are made up of different bodies as given below.

1.  Gross body or sthuldeh

 2.  Consciousness (energy) or prandeh

 3.  Mind or manodeh

 4.  Intelligence or karandeh

 5.  Astral ego or sukshmadeh

6.  Spirit or the divine element present in all of us
 In further parts we will present a detailed description of these diverse bodies.

(a) Gross body or sthuldeh

 This body is most familiar from the point of view of modern science.  This body is made up of bone structure, nerve, tissue, components, blood, panch gyanendriya etc.

(b).  Consciousness (energy) or prandeh

 This body is familiar with the name of Pranadeh. This body supplies the necessary conscious power (energy) for all the physical and emotional tasks.  There are five types of this consciousness or pranas:
Pran :essential energy for breath
Udan: Energy needed to exhale and speak
Samana: Energy required for gastric and intestinal function
 Vyana: The energy required for voluntary and involuntary activities of the body
Apana: Energy required for excreta, urination, ejaculation, delivery etc.
At the time of death, this energy again merges into the universe and also helps in speeding up the journey of the sukshmadeh.

(c).  Mind or manodeha

 Manodeha or mind is the place of our sensations, feelings and desires.  On this, there are endless rites of our present and previous birth.  It has three parts:
External (conscious) mind: In this part of the mind, we have those sensations and thoughts, which we are aware of.
Antarmana (subconscious mind): It contains those rites, which we must fulfill in this birth after having experienced it as destiny.  Thoughts of inner self arise from time to time in externality, sometimes because of any external sensation. Examples Sometimes, in someone's mind, suddenly there are redundant and unrelated thoughts about a suspicious incident of childhood.
Sleeping (unconscious) mind: In the context of this part of the mind, we are completely ignorant.  It contains all the rites related to our accumulated.
The inner mind and the sleeping mind together make up the chitt.
Sometimes we also call a part of Manodeha as Vasanadeh.  In this part of the mind, all our desires are hidden .

(d).Intelligence or karandeh

The task of karandeha or intelligence is - decision making and reasonableness. The gross component related to intelligence is the brain.

(e). Astral ego or sukshmadeh

The subtle ego or Mahakarana is the last remaining part (remnant) of human ignorance.  I am separate from God, this feeling is ignorance.
The part of our existence that leaves our gross body at the time of death, is called sukshhmadeh.  Its components are - the mind, the cause or the intellect,  or subtle ego and soul.  Only the gross body remains behind at the time of death.  Pranashakti  again merges into the  universe.

(f). The soul

The soul is the divine element within us and is our true nature.  This is the main component of the sukshmadeha, which is part of the divine element.  The qualities of this part are - Sat, Chitta and Ananda (eternal happiness).  No happiness or sorrow of life is affected by the soul and it remains in a blissful state. Thats looks at life's joys and sorrows with witness (neutrality).  The soul is beyond the three basic micro-components;  However, the rest of our existence is made up of gross body and manodeha.


Apart from the soul, all the parts of our existence are part of Maya.  It is called ignorance or avidya, which literally means lack of (true) knowledge.  The word avidya or ignorance originates from the fact that we consider our existence to be limited only to the gross body, mind and intellect.  We are not identified with our true nature (the soul or the divine element in us). Ignorance (avidya) is the root cause of sorrow.  Man is enamored with wealth, his home, family, city, country etc.  The greater the attachment to a person or object, the greater is the possibility of creating misery from this attachment.  An ideal social worker or saint is also likely to be enamored of society and devotees respectively.
The maximum attachment of man is towards himself i.e. his own body and mind.  A little trouble or disease can make a person grieving.  Therefore, man should be gradually detached from himself and accept the sorrows and sicknesses coming into his life, with the inner realization that the happiness and sorrows in life are mainly due to our destiny (the result of our past deeds.)  Only by identifying with the soul can we attain eternal (everlasting) bliss.
Soul and avidya together form the jeevatma.  There are a total of twenty components of avidya in a living human being - the gross body, the Panchasuksham Gyanendriya, the Panchasuksham Karmendriya, the Panchapraana, the External (conscious) mind , Antarmana (subconscious mind), the intellect and the ego.  The work of the components of the subtle body is continuous, the attention of the individual is attracted to these components rather than the soul;  That is, leads to ignorance rather than spiritual knowledge.

Now reconsidering some questions with reference to mythological texts - What is body? What is soul? In what state is it?  How does suffering from deeds and keep wandering? And what is this ghost cunt, what is Pitra Gan ???  How does the soul relate to the mind, the soul is inactive or active, what is the situation? Souls, if they cannot cut off the arms, then how does they suffer the deeds of deeds?  Then if the soul takes rebirth, then what is the meaning of Shrad?  And how does the soul meet the mind?

Brihadaranyakopanishad Shukla comes under the Kanav-branch of Yajurveda.  It is named 'Brihadaranyak' after the combination of 'Brihat' (big) and 'Aranyak' (forest) two words.  In the second Brahmin section of its first chapter, the birth of the universe is wonderfully conceived.
No one knows how the creation and development of the world happened, but the Vedic rishis have presented the development sequence of the world in a very scientific manner.  They says that there was nothing in the beginning of creation.  There was only one 'Sat', who was covered by the holocaust-like death.
Then he resolved that he would rise again.  Through that resolve, water emerged.  Earth was created due to the formation of macro particles on this water.  After that, the labor-form of the creator of the creation manifested itself as a fiery fire.
Thereafter, God divided the third part of his fire-form into three parts: sun, air and fire.  The east direction is its head (head), the north-south directions are its lateral part and the dhulok is its back part, space abdomen, earth chest and fire element become the soul of that Viraat purush.  This is called pratanattva.
After this, this viraat purush wished that other bodies be born.  Then the creation of the sexual  creation began.  Male-female, animal and birds and aquatic animal formed male-female pairs and their sexual-coincidence led to the gradual development of life.  Then, to follow it, speech was created from mind and mind from food.
After leaving the body and before taking a new body, the question will be understood only if we understand two to three things in relation to the interval.  One is that whatever is experienced at that moment is dreamy. Its dream's life. So when it happens, it looks absolutely real, but when you remember, then you become like a dream.  The dream is because they experience that the senses are not used.  The realization of your reality, what you believe in reality, is through the senses, not through the body. If I see that you are visible, and touch and do not touch, then I say that (PHANTOM) is a terrible idea, not a man.  He touches the table, and cannot touch.  And my hand goes beyond it.  So I say all is false.  I have fallen into some confusion, someone (HALLUCINATION) has hallucinations. The test of your reality is due to your senses.  So after leaving one body and taking another body, you do not have senses.  You do not have a body.  So whatever you feel.  They are absolutely dreamy like you are dreaming.  When you see the dream, the dream seems to be very accurate, the dream is never in doubt.
It is very interesting. Doubt sometimes occurs in reality.  There is never any doubt in the dream.  The dream is very reverent.  In reality this happens only occasionally.  Whether it is visible or not is true.  But in the dream, there is never a question that what is visible is true or not.  Why?
Because the dream will not be able to bear this much doubt, it will break, disintegrate.  A dream is such a minor incident that even this much doubt is enough for death.  The idea is that it is not a dream, whether the dream is broken or you wake up.  So for the dream to happen, it is imperative that there is no doubt even a particle.  Even a whole lot of skepticism can shatter the deepest dreams.  Will disappear.
The dream never realizes that what is happening is happening, yet it is happening at all.  It also means that when the dream occurs, the reality seems to be more than the reality.  Reality never seems so accurate.  Because in reality there is the facility of doubt.  The dream is very accurate.  It is so real that even if there is a conflict between two realities of the dream, then the opposition does not appear.
A man is walking, suddenly becomes a dog, and you do not even think in your mind how this can happen.  This man was, how did the dog become.  Doubt did not arise.  After waking up you can think what a mess it is.  But you can never think in the dream.  This is absolutely true in the dream, there is no inconsistency in it.
All Right.  A man just stood there with a gun and a friend there.  So, there is no such dream in your mind that hey, as a friend, is firing a gun.  Not only is there inconsistency in the dream, everything in the dream is also incompatible.  Because a little doubt that the dream will fall apart.  But after waking up, everything will be lost.  Never would have thought that the dream can be remembered for more than an hour.  No more than this.
Usually, it starts losing in five to seven minutes.  But more than ever, many who are imaginative cannot keep the memory of the dream for more than an hour.  Otherwise you will have so much memory of the dream.  That you will not be able to live.  The dream disappears within an hour after waking up.  Your mind is completely free from dream smoke.
Exactly the moment of gap between the two bodies, when it happens, it is absolutely real - so much reality, as we never know with our eyes and senses.  So the gap between the two bodies has two kinds of souls.  One is the very evil spirits, for whom it will take time to conceive.  I call him a phantom.  Second good souls who will take time to conceive.  His eligible wombs are needed.  I call him Dev Atma.  There is no fundamental difference between these two - there is a distinction between personality, character is a distinction.  There is a distinct distinction.  There is no difference in the cast.
 Every person is freed from this life, who knows the meaning and meaninglessness of this life.  One who lives consciously, who also thinks that he is breathing.  Who knows this and his body are both different things, like the idol of God in a temple is the soul of that temple. As long as there is an idol in that temple, then that temple means as soon as the idol is removed from that temple then the temple becomes meaningless.  Whosoever is well aware that he is in this body for a few days, one day it has to be lost.  Anyone who is not happy to get or is sad to lose has got liberation.  Some people believe that death is the door to salvation.
But we believe  that knowing life is liberating.  And death is the door to life.  Even after attaining death, we are the same as before death.  The only difference is that after death we do not have a body, even after death, we and our wishes remain intact.  Wanders to fulfill wishes.  This desire forces him to take the next birth. After leaving the body, this soul is sometimes so desperate to fulfill its wishes that it gets absorbed in the womb as it gets.  Those who have control over their desires, they seek the womb according to their own.  Which takes some time.  It would take hundreds of years or even ages for the best souls to find the womb according to their own ……
Now let's talk about how far the rituals (shraddhh karma) that are done after death are justified or necessary.  An ordinary human being who is seen around him in his whole life, he wants it even after his death. Because his soul remains around the body even after leaving the body, until his body is destroyed according to his own religions and all actions are done. Because he still cannot believe that he has died. All these actions are done to convince that souls.The rest of these actions do not have any meaning.  People call this belief liberation even when they are still not free.  Because his wishes are still the same.  And to fulfill his desire, he can also enter the dog's womb.
In which womb he has to go depends on how his mood and destiny has been in his lifetime.  Those who meditate do not have any difficulty in understanding what death is, and how any soul is separated from the body.  Because they see themselves apart in meditation.
Therefore, death is not an important event in life for them.  And they easily accept death, some people who are very much available to meditation, they call their own death, which you can also call samadhi. After death of such people, do nothing to their body, it does not matter because they know that I have become available to death.  And they have no attachment to their bodies.  The common man becomes speechless after death, shocked, what has happened?  Why is my body lifeless?
In response to all these questions, by performing the rituals of death, it is explained to him that he has died.  Great souls roam around you.  Helps in doing good things.  These souls are called Mahatmas. Those who are too bad people, their souls also take time to find their another  womb, and it is called evil.  It also roams around you.  And it thinks bad about you and makes you bad.  Shraddha is the medium to satisfy them.

So think well, have a good attitude, be free today, do not wait for death.  If possible, consider meditation as a basic mantra.

 May God bless all of you…. Ancestors take care of you ……

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