SANSKRIT WORDS IN JAPANESE AND BUDDHIST TEMPLES IN CHINA! (Post No.6205)

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SAROJ KUMAR CHAUDHURY in his book ‘Sanskrit in China and Japan’ has given amazing statistics of number of Buddhist temples that existed 1000 years ago in China. There is a staggering number of monks and nuns. The number of translations of Sanskrit, Pali and Prakrit works also is given in the tabular columns.

He has listed the Sanskrit words in Japanese separately. In over 300 pages he has given rare and unavailable materials. Sanskrit enthusiasts must buy this book and do further research.

He has made it very clear that the word Sanskrit is not used by them. They denoted everything Indian like the Brahmi script and the language with the word Siddham. It is derived from the regional name of Brahmi script.

Very interesting information along with the dates and names of scholars and their works are also found in the book. He has also given examples for how Brahma, Svaha etc are changed in Chinese.

Here are some informative pages from the book published in 2011:–

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Sanskrit in China; 1000 students and 18 Saints arrested! (Post No.6200)

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Japanese language.

LARGEST BHAGAVAD GITA (Post N0.6127)

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New Delhi, February 26,2019: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday unveiled a giant Bhagavad Gita, running into 670 pages and weighing 800 kg, at the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) temple in East of Kailash New Delhi. As per ISCKON, the holy book measuring 2.8 metres by 2 metres is the world’s largest sacred book. ISKCON is also colloquially known as the Hare Krishna movement. The society has more than 400 temples and runs 100 vegetarian restaurants and a wide variety of community-serving projects

ISKCON in a statement said, “With an artistic touch of 18 exquisite paintings and an innovative elegant layout, the book has been printed in Milan, Italy, on YUPO synthetic paper so as to make it untearable and waterproof.” The ISKCON temple in south Delhi, endowed with unique latticed towers having a fusion of traditional design.

Speaking at the event, Mr Modi didn’t make any direct reference to the air strike. But he did talk of the many lessons that the Bhagwad Gita held for everyone.

Like saving the earth from devils and enemies of humanity. “This is the message that we are trying to give,” he said to a loud cheer from his audience.

Dubbed as the “Astounding Bhagavad Gita”, the book is billed as the “largest principle sacred text ever to be printed.”

Speaking about the holy book of Hindus, Mr Modi urged people to not be divisive and asked them to look beyond feelings of “yours and mine.”

In a veiled reference to Pakistan, Mr Modi said: “In order to save the earth from enemies of humanity, God’s power has always been with us. And we are trying to send across this message with proof to evil souls and devils.”

The Prime Minister said he had presented a copy of the Bhagwat Gita to former US President Barack Obama too. “The Gita has been a guiding light over a thousand years, from gyaan (knowledge) to vigyaan (science).”

Speaking on the occasion, Mr Modi said that from the smallest Gita to the biggest Gita, there have been uncountable initiatives to spread its knowledge.

He said: “Lokmanya Tilak spread the knowledge of Gita in Marathi and Gujarati. Gandhiji read the Gujarati version of it in jail. For Gandhiji, Gita and Satyagraha were an inseparable part of life. Gita is not just dharam grantha, it’s jivan grantha too. Gita shows us the way to “seva” (service) and “samarpan” (sacrifice). Gita is world’s ‘dharohar’. It has helped everyone see the correct path.”

The Prime Minister said the Gita preserved the heritage of this nation. A German philosopher had acknowledged the values highlighted in Gita when India was still fighting for Independence.

He said whether one was a Yogi or an ordinary person, one will get all his or her questions answered in Gita.  “Remember Gita Shlokas in the time of distress,” he said, while adding “Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikaas is the result of these values from Gita.”

Mr Modi further said: “Let’s look at politics beyond the feelings of what’s yours and mine. Let’s not be divisive. Our government has given momentum to the movement for Yoga and Ayurveda.”

ISKCON NEWS

A breathtaking new single printing of Srila Prabhupada’s Bhagavad-gita As It Is, dubbed “The Astounding Bhagavad-gita,” will measure 2.80 x 2.00 meters (9 x 6.5 ft) and weigh an astonishing 800 kgs (1,763 lbs).

The giant book is funded by ISKCON Italy through donations and designed by the Mediterranean branch of the BBT, which claims it will be the largest sacred text in the world. 

Trustee and managing director Madhusevita Das clarifies that while there are bigger books on spiritual topics – such as the 5 x 8.06 meter “This is the Prophet Mohammed” in Dubai – this will be the biggest central sacred text of a major religion.

“Some time ago, I was wondering what is the best way to spread the glories of Prabhupada’s Bhagavad-gita As It Is throughout the world, in a way that people will be inspired to read it,” he says. “And suddenly an inspiration came to mind: let’s make it the largest sacred text ever printed.”

And Madhusevita is the perfect man for the job. For over a decade, he has been printing large format books with the Mediterreanean BBT, including Darsana, Krishna Art, and a deluxe collector’s 16kg edition of Bhagavad-gita.

The 2.8m x 2m, 800 kg Astounding Bhagavad-gita, however, is by far their most ambitious effort. At a cost of a €220,000, it will run to 670 pages, totaling one acre of printed matter. With eighteen exquisite BBT paintings and an innovative elegant layout, it will be printed on YUPO synthetic paper, which is untearable and waterproof.

The book will be bound with a process called Japanese binding, utilizing stainless-steel screws. Its cover will be made of carbon fiber, a light yet extremely strong material used to build satellites. And the cover painting of Krishna and Arjuna will be surrounded by intricate laser-engraved black and gold motifsmade with precious metal inserts.

“It will be a real, useable book with turnable pages, and with the proper care and know-how it is built to last thousands of years,” says Madhusevita.

The layout and conception of the Astounding Bhagavad-gita was done by devotee BBT staff such as Ali Krishna Dasi, Haladhara Dasa, and Rupa Sanatana Dasa. The printing and production, meanwhile, was handled by experts in Milan, Italy

Pythagoras propagated Hindu Ideals -Part 2 (Post No.6117)

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Pythagoras Part 2 is posted today; for part 1, please go to yesteraday’s post.

Metals, Planets and Colours in Hindu and Western Cultures (Post No.6104)

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–subham–

HINDU TREE WONDERS (Post No.6082)

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Hindu tree worship is known in the Vedas and the Indus-Sarasvati Civilization. The wonder is that they have been worshipped until today. Most of the worshipful trees are associated with famous giants. When one Bodhi tree (Pipal – Ficus religiose) gave the Buddha wisdom, Buddhists took its branches or saplings to different counties like Sri Lanka and Burma. Hindus never did it because every tree is holy for them.

Here are some trees which are famous among Hindus, at least local Hindus:-

Alandi near Pune in Maharashtra , is a famous pilgrimage centre. Marathi poet and saint Dhyaneswar attained Samadhi here. There is an Ajaana vriksha (vriksha=tree) is in the temple complex. According to botanists, this tree is known as Ehretia laeveis (family Boraginaceae)

In addition to this tree, there is a peepal tree which is also worshipped by the pilgrims. On the Ekadasi of Kartika Krishna Paksha there is a big festival is held in Alandi.

Golden Sami Tree

On Vijaya Dasami Day (October, End of Navaratri) Sami tree ( also known as Vahni)is worshipped. The leaves of these trees are distributed to friends under the name of gold. It means the tree is as valuable as gold. In many places where the tree is not available, the more common AApta (Bauhinia) is substituted. The significance of the tree is that the Pandavas hid their weapons during their incognito period. On the Vijaya Dasami day they took their weapons from the hiding place and fought against the Kauravas and won the Mahabharata  war.

Asoka Tree

Asoka tree is known through Ramayana because Sita was kept under watch in Asoka Grove in Sri Lanka. Asoka means NO SORROW (a+ soka)

There are two festivals associated with this tree.

Asoka Shasthi means sorrow free sixth day. It falls in the bright half (Shukla Paksha) of Chaitra month (coreesponding April/May). The goddess is invoked to ensure the well being off children. Women drink water in which six flower buds of the Asoka tree have been steeped.

There is a very strange and interesting story behind this custom.

The legend says that a certain sage found an infant at his door, whom he adopted and brought up. At her marriage to a prince, he gave her some Asoka seeds, telling her to scatter them on the ground as she went to her husband’s house, and an avenue of trees would grow up, down which she could come to find him, if at any time she needed help.

Later on disaster fell her family; one morning all her sons and their wives were found dead. The queen remembered the promise, and went down the Asoka avenue, at the end of which she found the sage. The sage gave her some holy water, which being sprinkled upon the dead bodies, restored them all to life.

Two days after Shasthi comes Asoka Ashtami (8th day). This day coincides with the Brahmaputra River bathing festival. Asoka flowers only are used.

The legend is that Ravana, demon king of Sri Lanka imprisoned Sita (Rama’s wife) in a grove of Asoka trees. Hanuman saw her for the first time sitting under the Asoka tree. He reported back

to Rama, who rescued her after killing Ravana, who abducted Sita. Sita, through out her stay under the tree prayed for her release. In memory of this event women worship the tree on Asokashtami Day. They embrace it and eat its leaves toscure immunity from sorrow.

Both festivals Asoka Shasthi and Asoka Asthami are celebrating the trees.

Story of Avali Tree Festival

In the month of Kartika (November), on the Shukla Ekadasi (ii days after new moon/Amavasya) Prabodhi Ekadasi (Awakening 11th day) is celebrated. Vishnu is said to have woken up after four months sleep. Tulasi (holy basil plant) marriage is done on the following day.

But a special custom is followed by Marathis and it is called Avali Bhojana or Vana Bhojana. The Avali tree is Embilica myrobalan and it is sacred to Vishnu. It is well known for its medicinal use (Amalaki in Sanskrit and Nelli in Tamil). People in Maharashtra go to grove where these trees are and have a picnic. They go with music bad. They sprinkle water at its roots, wind a thread around it and worship it with mantras and circumambulation. After this they eat under the tree.

This is a popular festival among women and children. Those who have laid their Vishnu image to rest , restore it today in upright position. The image from some temples are taken to near by river or tank and invoked to awake. Actually, this day marks the end of rainy season.

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-Subham-

Snake God and Mongoose God in Babylonia (Post No.6062)

From Babylonia

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Babylonian Boundary Stone


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RATHA SAPTAMI AND BHISHMA ASHTAMI (Post No.6033)

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What is Religion? What is Philosophy? – Dr S. Radhakrishnan explains (Post 6003)

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FEBRUARY 2019 ‘GOOD THOUGHTS’ CALENDAR

28 more quotations from Dr S Radhakrishnan (a great philosopher and Formerly President of India.) sometime ago gave 30 quotations from his book in a month’s calendar. The quotations below are from his article on philosophy

February 2019 Important Days—4 Thai Amavasai, 9 Vasantha Panchami, 12 Ratha Saptami/ Bhishma Ashtami, 19 Masi Magam

Full moon day- 19, New moon day- 4,Hindu Fasting Days/ Ekadasi- 16

FEBRUARY 1 FRIDAY

PURPOSE OF RELIGION

Hindu culture is directed towards that which is transcendent and beyond. Its great achievements in times past were due to the high tension of the spirit to which our age has no parallel. The purpose of religion is spiritual awakening and those who are awakened are delivered from the base delusions of caste and creed, of wealth and power.

FEBRUARY 2 SATURDAY

Religion expresses itself in and discloses its quality by the morality which it demands.

FEBRUARY 3 SUNDAY
ROLE OF HINDUISM
Hinduism strove victoriously against the corruption of the ancient world, civilised backward people, transformed and purified the new elements and preserved the tradition of the spiritual and profane sciences.

FEBRUARY 4 MONDAY

Religion may start with an individual but it must end in a fellowship.


FEBRUARY 5 TUESDAY
It is essential to liberate not only the bodies from starvation but minds from slavery.


FEBRUARY 6 WEDNESDAY

SAINT
Saintliness, when genuine, is marked by true humility and love. Religion is a search for truth and peace, not power and plenty.


FEBRUARY  7 THURSDAY

RELIGION MEANS ADVENTURE

In the name of religion we are often taught that the prevailing conditions are ordained by god. Thus it had been, was now and ever would be. Rightly interpreted, religion means courage and adventure, not resignation and fatalism.

FEBRUARY 8 FRIDAY

SCIENCE AND RELIGION

Religion needs certainty, complete assurance, but this just the quality which scientific naturalism has pretty thoroughly rejected. Our need to believe, we are told, cannot be sufficient foundation for faith.


FEBRUARY 9 SATURDAY

RELIGION- LENIN, DURKHEIM,CROCE, SANTAYANA
Religion, according to Santayana,a species of poetry, mythology (Croce), sociological phenomenon (Durkheim), or a narcotic for a decadent society (Lenin).


FEBRUARY 10 SUNDAY

BAD THINGS IN THE NAME OF RELIGION

Religion, as a matter of history, has crippled the free flight of intelligence and stifled glad devotion to human values. It has fostered superstition and prescribed crime. It has comforted millions of suffering humanity with illusions of extra-terrestrial solace to compensate for the barrenness of their earthly lives.

FEBRUARY 11 MONDAY

PRIESTS ARE NOT GOOD

The present class of priests, with rare exceptions, have lost their good breeding, kindliness and polish and have not gained in sureness of intellect, learning and adaptability.

FEBRUARY 12 TUESDAY

NEED OF THE WORLD

A veritable renewal is what the world and not merely India stands in need of. To those who have lost their anchorage, to our age itself which is in a great transition, the way of the spirit is the only hope.

FEBRUARY 13 WEDNESDAY

CHAOS IN OUR MINDS
The present chaos in the world can be traced directly to the chaos in our minds.
The modern intellectual whose mind has been moulded to a degree seldom recognised by the methods and concepts of modern science, has great faith in verifiable facts and tangible results. Whatever cannot be measured and calculated is unreal. Whispers that come from the secret depths of the soul are rejected as unscientific fancies.

FEBRUARY  14 THURSDAY

Philosophy
In India, philosophy has been interpreted as an inquiry into the nature of man, his origin and destiny.

FEBRUARY 15 FRIDAY


To the Indian mind philosophy is essentially practical, dealing as it does with the fundamental anxieties of human beings, which are more insistent than abstract speculations. We are not contemplating the world from outside but are in it.

FEBRUARY 16 SATURDAY

SCEPTICS

Since men began to think, there have always been sceptics. The wise man, said Arcesilaus, should withhold his assent from all opinions and should suspend his judgement. This admirable attitude for the scientific investigator is now turned to one of dogmatic denial which offers but an inadequate guide to life and action.

FEBRUARY 17 SUNDAY

LIFE IS AN ACCIDENT
Human life is an infinitesimal speck on a tiny planet, in a system of planets revolving round an insignificant star, itself lost in a wilderness of other stars. Life is an accident arising in some unknown fashion from inert matter. It is wholly explicable, though not yet explained by mechanical laws.

FEBRUARY 18 MONDAY

SCIENTIFIC  BARBARIANS
Social groups are formed in the interests of survival. They have no other purpose than furthering their own material good, by force and fraud, if necessary. Economic welfare is the end of all existence. The principles of evolution offer a scientific basis for militaristic imperialism. When powerful groups exploit the weaker races of the earth, they are but instruments for furthering the evolution of higher biological forms which has brought us from amoeba to man and will now complete the journey from Neanderthal man to scientific barbarians of the modern world.

FEBRUARY 19 TUESDAY

LIFE IS A CIRCUS

Life has become a carnival or a large circus in progress, without structure, without law, without rhythm.

FEBRUARY 20 WEDNESDAY

WHAT WILL RELIGION GIVE YOU?
The need of the world today is for a religion of the spirit, which will give a purpose to life, which will not demand any evasion or ambiguity, which will reconcile the ideal and the real, the poetry and the prose of life, which will speak to the profound realities of our nature and satisfy the whole of our being, our critical intelligence and our active desire.

FEBRUARY  21 THURSDAY

POWER OF HUMAN MIND

Hindu systems of thought believe in the power of human mind to lead us to all truth. Our ordinary mind is not the highest possible order of the human mind. It can rise to the level almost inconceivable to us.


FEBRUARY 22 FRIDAY

IMAGE OF GOD IN MAN
The essential truth is expressed in the language of religion as the in dwelling of the Logos. There is the image of god in man, an almost deathless longing for all that is great and divine.

FEBRUARY 23 SATURDAY

AGE OF ENLIGHTENMENT
Ours is an age which is justly proud of its rationalism and enlightenment. But any sound rationalism will recognise the need for intuition.

FEBRUARY 24 SUNDAY

DESCARTES

Descartes , though a thorough going rationalist and admirer of the geometrical method, uses the intuitive principle. While he employs the process of doubt to free the mind from error and prejudice and insists that we should accept only what presents itself to the mind so clearly and distinct ly as to exclude all ground s of doubt, he finds what is clear and distinct in his kno.edge of himself as a thinking being.

FEBRUARY 25 MONDAY

INTUITION
Intuition is not used as an apology for doctrines which either could not or would not be justified on intellectual grounds. It is not shadowy sentiment or pathological fancy fit for cranks and dancing dervishes. It stands to intellect as a whole to a part, as the creative source of thought to the created categories which works more or less automatically.


FEBRUARY 26 TUESDAY
Intuition requires cultivation quite as much as the powers of observation and thought.

FEBRUARY 27 WEDNESDAY

CANNOT TAME NATURE

Nature cannot be completely tamed to do man’s bidding. Her caprices, her storms and tempests, her cyclone s and earth will continue to shatter his works and dash his hopes. Fortunes vagaries and the fickleness of man will continue to operate. Peace of mind is a remote hope until and unless we have a vision of perfection and is glimpse eternity to prevail against the perspective of time. Security without which no happiness is possible cannot come from mastery of things. Mastery of the self is the prerequisite.

FEBRUARY  28 THURSDAY

BYRON SAID……

In the great cities in the East as well as in the West we meet with young men, cold and cynical with a swagger and a soldierly bearing, energetic and determined to get on, waiting for a chance to get into a place in the front rank, men who esteem themselves masters of life and makers of the future , as Byron said, they lead the world because they go to bed late. Their self-assertive, offhand manner, their vulgarity and violence, their confident insolence and cocksureness , their debasing of the law and derisive disregard of justice show the utter  demoralisation through which the world is passing.

–subham–




MORE RARE PICTURES FROM BHAGAVATHA PURANA BOOK- PART 3 (Post No.5968)

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PART 3 OF BHAGAVATHA PURANA-RARE PICTURES

(from the life of Lord Krishna)

PART 2 was posted yesterday.

 LIFE HISTORY OF LORD KRISHNA

SATHYA BAHAMA’S MARRIAGE

SATHYA BHAMA IS FIGHTING WITH NAGASURA

FINITO

–SUBHAM–