Acupressure in Rig Veda


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I explained the medical knowledge in the Rig Vedic hymn 10-136 yesterday on the basis of R T Griffith’s comments. Griffith (1826- 1906) makes another interesting comment in the next Rig Vedic hymn in the Tenth Mandala (10-137)

I add my comments about the Vedic seers’ knowledge about the two monsoons of India and Naturopathy including massage and acupressure.

Here is the full hymn:-

Rig Veda 10-137


Griffith says,


This stanza is important as showing that the Indians employed touches or laying-on of hands to relieve suffering or to restore health. See also X-60-12

Griffith’s translation of 10-60-12 also talks about hand cure:-

Felicitous is this mine hand, yet more felicitous is this.

This hand contains all healing balm, and this makes whole with gentle touch . tamilandvedas.com , swamiindology.blogspot.com


The Wind speaks , weakening malady: yaksma may be sickness in general, or the name of a large class of diseases, probably of consumptive nature.


Who committed sin: sickness and death being regarded as the consequence of sins.


My Comments

This hymn is received from the great Seven Seers; Hindus named the Ursa Major constellation in the northern sky as Seven Seers (Sapta Rishi) constellation. They also named the twin star at the end of the seven star system as Vasishta and his wife Arundhati.

These Seven Seers and the chaste woman Arundhati are worshipped by Hindus for over 2000 years from the Himalayas to Kanyakumari. 2000 year old Sangam Tamil literature has all the praise for the chaste Hindu wife Arundhati in umpteen places. Seven Star system is worshipped by the Tamils according to Narrinai verse 231 by Tamil poet Ilanaganar. tamilandvedas.com , swamiindology.blogspot.com

The Sapta Rishis say one stanza each in the hymn; they are

Bharadvaja, Kasyapa, Gautama, Atri, Visvamitra, Jamadagni,

and Vasishtha.


Two Monsoons in the Rig Veda

Meteorology and Two Monsoons

10-137-2 speaks of the two winds from the seas. My interpretation is that they are South West Monsoon and North East Monsoon. Kalidasa of first century BCE, travels with the S W monsoon up to the Himalaya in his poem Megadhuta. He is the oldest poet who tracks the monsoon from south to north. He is the oldest tourist guide who describes all the places along the path of the S W monsoon.

10-137-1 shows the belief in the Karma theory of Hindus. What we get in this birth is from the acts we did in our previous births; Diseases come out of sins. Even atheists would agree that the sinful acts(smoking, drinking, too much indulgence etc)  done during this birth would result in several types of diseases. tamilandvedas.com , swamiindology.blogspot.com

10-137-5 is about the wind born cure. Several patients carry oxygen cylinders for easy breathing. Hindus know from the early days that fresh, unpolluted air refreshes the body and mind. Maruts mentioned here are Wind Gods. Maruti (Hanuman, Anjaneya) is derived from this wind deity Marut.

10-137-6 is about the hydrotherapy; people use water to cure various diseases. This includes the holy dip in cold water, hot water springs and the springs with medicinal properties. Modern day spas are also included.

10-137-7  is about the ten fingers used to cure diseases. Those who believe in the human aura interpreted it as the magical vibration that passed to the patients. Those who don’t believe in such things interpret is as massage and acupressure.  We have already seen Acupuncture in the Bhisma’s Bed of Arrows. So here we may interpret it as Acupressure and Massage techniques with ten fingers. These are all part of Naturopathy.

All the Seven Rishis use nature as balms. Their soothing words will give psychological treatment to the patients. Placebo effect is great.

So I look at this hymn as a hymn on Naturopathy, Magical hand cure, Hydrotherapy, Meteorology and the Fresh air therapy which we get in hilly tourist resorts. tamilandvedas.com , swamiindology.blogspot.com


Long Live the Vedic Seers.


நோய் தீர்க்கும் 2 அற்புத வேத மந்திரங்கள் -Part 2 (Post No.7421)

Acupressure in Rig Veda

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Vedic Seers knew Monsoons
Hydrotherapy in Rig Veda


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நோய் தீர்க்கும் 2 அற்புத வேத மந்திரங்கள் -Part 1 (Post No.7417)


Written by London Swaminathan


Date: 17 NOVEMBER 2019

Time  in London – 17-18

Post No. 7226

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This about the correspondence between two kings who lived 3300 years before our time.

Archaeologists have unearthed interesting letters exchanged between common citizens and kings and between two kings.

Hittite king Hattushili III (1267 BCE-1237 BCE) wrote to Ramesses II of Egypt. He didn’t reply immediately. After some time he sent a letter saying that he was sending a physician with herbal medicine and a magician to drive away the demon who caused the disease.

We can call Ramesses as Rama Seshan or Rameshan (i.e.Vishnu or Shiva) and Hattusili as Kshatriya Sri or Sathya Seelan; both Hittites and Ramesses had Hindu connections.

Here is the detail of the letter and the background of the correspondence: –

The letter at hand provides, among other things, evidence for the great interest the Hittite kings showed for Egyptian physicians and their healing practices. Egyptian medicine is known from the third millennium BCE, but there is no evidence for a long standing medical tradition among the Hittites.

Hattusili III requested medical help on multiple occasions, both for others and to cure his own illness, which was caused by a demon according to the letter. The illness might have been an affliction of the eyes that Hattusili suffered from. After ignoring three letters from him, Ramesses finally sent a positive response and announced that he had dispatched , along with medicinal plants, a physician and a second person by name Leya, who might have been an incantation priest charged with performing magical rituals  to dispel the demon thought to be the cause of illness.

(Hindu’s Atharva Veda also has such magic rituals)

The letter was written a few years after Egypt and Hatti (kshatriya = Hatti= khatti) had concluded a peace treaty.  This reminds us the Peace Treaty between the Pandyas and  Sri Lankan king Ravana which is reported in an inscription (That must be the world’s first International Peace Treaty).

At one time both empires (Egypt and Hatti) tried to control the Middle East which led to the famous battle of Quadesh. Since it ended in a stalemate Egyptian king had to acknowledge the  Hittite king as his equal. Hattusili removed his own nephew and made his way to the throne. This recognition by Egypt was an acknowledgement to his legitimacy. Each king addresses the other as ‘dear brother’. Ramessess II was one of the longest ruling pharaohs of Egypt. He died at the at the age of 90. He was the greatest and most powerful and most celebrated king of New Kingdom.

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குழந்தை பேசவில்லையா? டால்பின் சிகிச்சை தரலாமே ! ? (Post No.7225)

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Date: 17 NOVEMBER 2019

Time  in London – 13-25

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டால்பின்கள் மீன் போலத் தோன்றினாலும் அவை குட்டி போட்டுப் பாலூட்டும் மிருகங்களின் வகையில் சேரும். அவைகள் மிகவும் அறிவும் மனிதர்களிடத்தில் அன்பும் கொண்டவை. அவைகளை வைத்து நோய்களைத் தீர்க்கும் எனது 1992ம் ஆண்டுக் கட்டுரை பழுப்படைந்து வருகிறது. பழைய பேப்பர்களைக் குப்பைத் தொட்டிக்குள் போடுவதற்கு முன்னர் இங்கேயும் போட்டு விட்டால் யாருக்காவது பயன்படட்டுமே ட் என்ற அற்ப ஆசை. இதோ எனது 16-2-1992 தினமணிக் கட்டுரை

உண்மையா? பொய்யா?

கடந்த சில ஆண்டுகளில் வந்த விஞ்ஞான சஞ்சிகைக் கட்டுரைகளைப் புரட்டிப் பார்த்தேன். அவை எல்லாம் டால்பின் சிகிச்சையில் விசேஷ பலன் எதுவும் இல்லை என்றே செப்புகின்றன. ஒரு சிறுவன் நாயுடன் விளையாடும் போது கிடைக்கும் பலனே இதிலும் கிடைக்கிறது. ஆகையால் பெருஞ் செலவு செய்து டால்பின் சிகிச்சைக்குப் போக வேண்டாம் என்று அவை சொல்லாமல் சொல்கின்றன. புதிய செய்திகள் வந்தால் வெளியிடுகிறேன்.

ஆனால் இன்று வரை டால்பின் சிகிச்சை அளிக்கும் நிலையங்கள் இருப்பதும் தெரிகிறது.

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Compiled  BY London Swaminathan


Date: 12  NOVEMBER 2019

Time  in London – 16-31

Post No. 7207

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Two interesting articles about rats have appeared in a London News magazine.

‘THE WEEK’ magazine published from Britain, has published a news item about rats driving small cars in its issue dated 9th November 2019

Rats are very cunning and clever. They learn new tricks quickly. A team at the University of Richmond in Virginia (USA) constructed a rat operated vehicle (ROV). The vehicle is just a plastic jar mounted on wheels. Three copper bars and an aluminium plate are used as seat and steering wheel. If they sit on an aluminium plate and touch the copper wires to complete the circuit they are given some rewards. Once they complete the circuit this way the car moves forward. Then they could steer with the help of three copper bars.

Two sets of rats are used. One set was housed in an  enriched environment with toys and exercise machines. Another set was raised in normal lab cages. The enriched rats learnt driving far more quickly than the rest, indicating stimulation in early life is beneficial to rodents as it is to humans.

Source -The Week, 9th November 2019


Rat Doctor and Rat Detective

In Africa rats are trained to detect land mines and diagnose tuberculosis (TB). A single trained rat can search over 2000 square feet of land for explosive mines in around 20 minutes. A human would take a week to do the same. This is done in Morogoro in Tanzania. (Lot of countries affected by wars have the land mine problem)

Lives are saved and the war torn countries will be a safer place to live because of these hero rats.  The rats we are talking about are African pouched rats growing up to three feet long. Apopo , an NGO founded in Belgium, has been using their extraordinary sense of smell to find explosives all over the world.

The rats have also been trained to detect tuberculosis, while many other applications, all based around smell, are being researched. They are astonishingly effective.  Over the past 20 years, rats have cleared 100,000 landmines giving back almost 2.5 million square miles of land to a million people who had previously lived in fear.

There are more than 50 species within the genus Rattus, but African giant rats – Cricetomys gambianus- would be best suited to this task. It takes nine months to train a rat to sniff the explosives in landmines. Rats have been used to detect TB since 2007. The rats have helped to halt more than 117,000 potential TB infections.  When somebody has TB their sputum (spit) contains compounds by a bacterial pathogen and these have an odour. Some doctors claim to be able to smell it on very ill patients, but it is recognisable to some animals – such as rats taught by Apopo- at an early stage. Rats can easily smell the harmful bacteria. When the rats find something harmful, they are trained to scratch the ground.

( a longer version of this article was published in the Telegraph magazine.)

Source – The Week dated 26 October 2019.



Written by London Swaminathan


Date: 7  NOVEMBER 2019

Time  in London – 16-36

Post No. 7189

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CHARAKA AND SUSRUTA were great Ayurvedic physicians who lived in India at least 2300 years ago. Hindus are very great editors and redactors and ‘up to date’ people. They kept on updating all their scriptures except the Vedas. No one dared to touch the Vedas. As a matter of fact they were not written until Muslims started destroying all Hindu institutions. Since Hindus updated everything in their hands, Marxists and White skinned half- baked scholars gave the latest date for al the books. For instance, if I add a   news item from London Times today, then they will dub the work as 7th November 2019. But Hindu scholars believe in the Kali Yuga calculation, Saka year calculation etc. I have given umpteen points to place Manu Smrti before Hammurabi.

Coming back to today’s topic Charaka and Susruta, scholars believe Charka Samhita is older than Susruta Samhita. These treatises passed through repeated recensions by later and more advanced workers.

According to the Chinese version of Tripitaka, a physician named Charaka was attached to the court of King Kanishka who reigned in the second century CE. But scholars point out that the appellation of Charaka occurs in Vedic literature as a patronymic name.


Charaka’s book is not as systematic as Susruta’s. He indulges in random and irrelevant discourses.

In the Charaka Samhita we find the author is fond of metaphysical disquisitions in preference to experiments and observations. The Susruta Samhita in this respect is far more scientific than the Charaka.

This shows that Charaka is more ancient, older than Susruta.

Again we find only Vedic gods and mantras in the Charaka treatise/ Samhita. He follows closely the authority of the Vedas. Between the Atharva Veda and that of the Charaka  there must have been several medical treatises , each reflecting the spirit and progress of the age.

Charaka himself records that he simply based his work on that of Agnivesha. At the time of Charaka  there existed at least six standard works by







Thus Charaka Samhita is not the first medical work. It represents rather a fairly developed state of the subject.

Replicas of Susruta’s Surgical Instruments (in London)

Medical conferences

There are chapters in the Charaka Samhita which suggests that it is a record of deliberations of a congress of medical experts. We already knew that Janaka organised big philosophical conferences where women scholars like Gargi attended. Emperor Asoka also organised very big Buddhist conferences. Hindus were the first to organise big conferences in the world.

Conference hints are in ‘Discourse on the Tastes’ in Charaka Samhita.

Charaka was a compiler like Vyasa of Mahabharata; we see lot of overlapping and repetitions and contradictions. Vyasa knew the danger of losing scriptures and Vedas . So he didn’t bother about repetitious but did compile the world’s largest literature. If one takes into account the puranas, Mahabharata and Vedas he compiled, one would understand the greatest work done by Vyasa.

In Charaka also we find overlap in their content. It appears to have gathered, sifted and brought into a definite form the information handed down from the preceding ages.

University Professor Agnivesha

Agnivesha, disciple of Atreya, was a university professor who lived 2600 years ago. During Buddha’s time he was teaching medicine at the University of Taxila (Thakshaseelam). It is written in the Buddhist Jataka story.

So we may safely conclude that Charaka belongs to the early Buddhist era or pre Buddhist period.  The information he provides regarding metals and metallic preparations, are of less advanced than those in the Arthasastra of Kautilya which was composed around 300 BCE.

Age of Susruta

Susruta’s terminology and technique in general do not differ much from those of the Charaka. Its style is dry, laconic and matter of the fact in contrast to the discursive and diffusive character of the Charaka Samhita.

Susruta aims at systematic classification; avoids unnecessary details. This indicates somewhat a later date of its composition. Modern recension is thoroughly redacted, recast and remodelled. Numerous passages agree verbatim with those found in the Charaka Samhita.

The Susruta is par excellence a treatise on surgery as the Charaka is on medicine proper.

In modern terms,

Charaka has M.D. qualification and Susruta has M.S qualification.

Susruta was disciple of Dhanvantri according to Buddhist Jataka and he was a teacher in the University of Kasi during Buddha’s time. He was a younger contemporary of Atreya so there cannot be a great interval between Charaka and Susruta.

They are repositories of accumulated knowledge of earlier periods dating back to the Vedic age.





Date: 4 NOVEMBER 2019

Time  in London – 16-37

Post No. 7178

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In almost every country the progress of chemistry can be traced to medicine and alchemy. Alchemy details the method of changing base metals into silver or gold. It describes the elixir of life and philosopher’s stone. In India religious worship and certain religious rites are also included in the study of Chemistry or Rasayana. Throughout the Rig Veda we see people praying for 100-year life span. To keep themselves fit, they drank the Soma rasa which gave them long and healthy life. Indian life in all its aspects, social, political and intellectual has always been  under the mighty sway of religion. Soma rasa, juice of Soma plant is described as an Amrita (ambrosia, elixir of life).

Magic (Electric) Light

The ‘Vasavadatta’ and the’ Dasakumara charita’ in the sixth century allude to the preparation of a mass of fixed or coagulated mercury, (Paradindadrab), ; of a chemical powder capable of producing deep sleep or stupor by its inhalation ( Yoga churna); of a chemically prepared wick for producing light without fire (Yogabartika) and of a powder which acts like an anaesthetic and paralyses sensor and motor nerves, (Stambana churnam.) These are in the above mentioned two books.


(Mercury is Paatha rasam in Tamil)

KUBJIKATANTRA is a manuscript in the collection of Maharajah of Nepal. This was written in Gupta character and copied in the sixth century. In one place of this Tantra work, Lord Shiva himself speaks about the efficacy of mercury when it is ‘killed’/ treated six times. Transmutation of copper into gold with the help of mercury is also explained.

Tantrics believe that preservation of body is necessary to achieve liberation through certain rites and mercury will  make the body undecaying and immortal.

Nagarjuna, the great Buddhist philosopher and alchemist is credited with a work called RASA RATNAKARA. He is also the reputed author of KAKSHAPUTA TANTRA and AROGYAMANJARI. He was the redactor of Susruta Samhita. He lived in the second century CE. There are two dialogues, one between Salivahana (Sathavahana) and Nagarjuna, and the other between Ratnagosha and Mandavya.

Letter of Nagarjuna

One Friendly epistle of Nagarjuna to King Udyana is available in Chinese and Tibetan languages. The Sanskrit original is lost. Sathavahanas ruled Andhra region in the first two centuries of modern era. It looks like there were more than one Nagarjuna. Arabian scholar Alberuni wrote about one Nagarjuna of Daihak near Somnath, nearly a century earlier than his own time. He was a great expert in alchemy according to Alberuni. Rasa ratnakara might have been written by the second Nagarjuna. In the Durbar Library of Nepal there are two more works attributed to Nagarjuna. They are Yogasara and Yogasatak.

RASARNAVA is a Hindu Saiva Tantra work which describes mercury as of divine origin. This book has valuable information on chemistry. Mica has been described as the seed of Goddess Gouri. It says mercury can not only improve the quality of metals but also can make human body undecaying and imperishable.

RASAHRIDAYA is another book which talks about ‘Rasa Siddhas’. They got another body without quitting their own bodies .

Asmaga was a Buddhist monk of Gandhara who lived around 400 CE. He composed Yogachara Bhumisastra. He introduced Patanjali yoga principles into Buddhism.

During the reign of the Pala Dynasty, there were many masters of magic and ‘Mantra Vajracharyas’, who performed the most prodigious feats with the Siddhis they attained. Siddhis are of eight types with which one becomes Superman with supernatural powers .

Following Buddhist works are minor chemistry books:-

RASAHRIDAYA was written by Govindabhagavat around 11 th century at the request of king of Bhutan, Kirataland .

RASENDRACHUDAMANI of Somadeva compiled lot of information from early works. He has praised Nagarjuna and others.

RASAPRAKASA SUDHAKARA by Yasodhara is another important work of 12th century.

Metallurgy of Zinc is explained in RASA RATNA SAMUCHCHAYA.

RASAKALPA is part of Rudrayamala Tantra which describes metals and minerals and the methods to kill/ treat them.

About the gigantic voluminous encyclopaedic Tibetan Tanjur and Kanjur, a separate article is posted already.

Please see the attached list of Chemistry Books (In Sanskrit):–



சுமேரிய மருத்துவமும், அதர்வண வேத கால மருத்துவமும் (Post No.7168)


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Date: 2 NOVEMBER 2019

Time  in London – 7-59 am

Post No. 7168

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Following are notable similarities between the Mesopotamia (Iraq) and Vedic India:–

1.They believed that diseases are caused by Gods and Evil spirits

2.They used magical spells to drive away the disease causing demons.

3.They wore talismans made up of animal, plant and inanimate objects to protect them from the demons or evil spirits

4.They worshiped Gods or Goddesses in charge of medicines.

5.They thought Gods who become angry send the diseases to earth to punish people.

6.Both the cultures did surgeries and had surgical instruments.

7.To some extent they used herbal medicines.

8.They had trained medicine men, magicians to cure diseases.


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18 Jun 2015 – King Bhoja In Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. Post No 1939; Date: 18 June 2015. Written by London swaminathan. Uploaded from London at 8-57. தேரையர், ஜீவகன் ஆகிய இரண்டு பெரிய ..

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24 Apr 2016 – 2900 ஆண்டுகளுக்கு முன்னர் இந்திய மருத்துவர் செய்த மூளை அறுவை சிகிச்சை … திரிபிடகம் என்பது புத்த மதத்தைச் சேர்ந்த ஒரு பெரும் அறிவுக் களஞ்சிய நூல் … பெரியோர்கள் வடமொழியில் எழுதிய நூல்கள் வேத கால அறிவை …

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17 Jun 2015 – Posts about Brain Surgery written by Tamil and Vedas. … Brain Surgery in Ancient India: Bhoja and Indus Valley … Jeevaka’s Eye Operation.

Upamanyu | Tamil and Vedas

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25 Feb 2013 – Picture shows Kannappa Nayanar placing his foot on Shiva to mark the place for placing the second eyeJeevaka’s Eye Operation. There is a …

Sushruta instruments | Tamil and Vedas

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3 Feb 2018 – Sushruta was the Father of Surgery. He describes a lot of surgical instruments. On the basis of his description, model instruments were created.

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4 Feb 2018 – Sushruta who lived 2600 years ago in India is the Father of Surgery. He described over 100 medical instruments. He was famous for nose …

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In two of the couplets he agrees with Charaka and Susruta, the great authors of …. A lot of surgical instruments, surgeries like rhinoplasty (plastic surgery for …

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Posts about Susruta written by Tamil and Vedas. … Sastra Vaidya Gunah/Qualities of a surgeon. Sauryam– … Sastraaiksnyam Well sharpened instruments

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