Stephen Hawking, God particle and Hindu Vedic Concept

I. Into the mind of God The Statesman, March 21, 2018 writes the following under the caption “Into the mind of God” as follows. A week after his demise at the age of 76, here’s the foreword to Stephen Hawking’s ‘A Brief History of Time’, written by another celebrated astronomer, Carl Sagan. [Professor Stephen William Hawking, CH, CBE, FRS,… Read More Stephen Hawking, God particle and Hindu Vedic Concept

The Real Shankaracharya

Shobha Vasudevan has ventilated through rediff.com on November 22, 2004 as follows:– On Diwali, the Kanchi Shankaracharya, Jayendra Saraswathi, was arrested on charges of murder. On the next day, the title of an article in a national daily read, ‘Seer heads 5,000 crore empire’. Another article in a leading national newspaper read, ‘Of high priests and their lust for more power.’… Read More The Real Shankaracharya

The Muslim Takeover of West Bengal : The American Thinker

This article by activist and freelance journalist Janet Levy explains clearly the process of Islamisation and how it is happening in West Bengal. “At partitioning, the Muslim population of West Bengal stood at 12% and the Hindu population of East Bengal 30%. Today, with massive Muslim immigration, Hindu persecution and forced conversions, West Bengal’s Muslim population has increased to 27% (up to 63%… Read More The Muslim Takeover of West Bengal : The American Thinker

Raja Ram Mohun Roy-A Social Reformer nay Deformer? Part 6

h) Remarks of Swami Vivekananda on Ram Mohan’s campaign against Sati: Swami Vivekananda said“I have explored all the places of India but I never met with a single case which reveals the truth of the propaganda that young widows in India were burnt alive under the pressure of social and religious practice. In every instance they courted death out of their… Read More Raja Ram Mohun Roy-A Social Reformer nay Deformer? Part 6

Raja Ram Mohun Roy-A Social Reformer nay Deformer? Part 5

f) Self immolation or Sati in India:- The word Sati is evolved from Sanskrit words Shaswati Satta i.e. eternal / immortal existence. Self immolation performed by Hindu devoted wives on the pyre of her dead husband though rare, was seen as the most unique and illuminating instance of soul uplifting selfsacrifice, and was considered as the manifestation of divinity in a woman.… Read More Raja Ram Mohun Roy-A Social Reformer nay Deformer? Part 5