Saturday, February 28, 2015

Whites are 50% of all food stamps receivers.

Nationally, most of the people who receive benefits from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program are white. According to 2013 data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, which administers the program, 40.2 percent of SNAP recipients are white, 25.7 percent are black, 10.3 percent are Hispanic, 2.1 percent are Asian and 1.2 percent are Native American.
Nearly one-third of food stamp beneficiaries lived in a household where at least one member had some earned income in 2013. Different states have different eligibility rules for the program, but federal law puts the upper income limit at 200 percent of the poverty line, currently $20,090 for a family of three. Many SNAP recipients qualify based on their participation in another means-tested program, such as Medicaid or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Mother Teresa- was a missionary conversion Vatican agent

10922327_865756630155034_6789374157490624755_oFrench journalist and an Indian resident, François Gautier -In his article ‘Exploding the Mother Teresa Myth‘, Gautier conveys, “For the truth is that she stood for the most orthodox Christian conservatism. There is no doubt that ultimately Mother Teresa’s goal was utterly simple: to convert India to Christianity, the only true religion in her eyes.”
Missionary PositionIn an another article  in a very , Shankhnaad,  Rahul Priyadarshi wrote, “Only, the source of money in this case was hundreds of millions in foreign funding as she portrayed India as a poor, starving, and a diseased land to her Western donors who responded by filling her coffers so that she could further the cause of the church.”
Source- Times.
Hinduexistance.org
Aditya Agnihotri's photo.
Aditya Agnihotri's photo.


Saturday, February 21, 2015

GLOBAL CORRUPTION IN WORLD BANK BY ELITES- DANCE OF CORRUPTION

hudes
Former World Bank Senior Council, Karen Hudes said that a second species on Earth controls money and religion. Many people who have held positions to know things that the rest of us might not know have made some very shocking statements lately. For example, Paul Hellyer, former Canadian Minister of National Defence recently said that there are at least “4 known alien species that have been visiting Earth for thousands of years.” You can read more about that here.
Vatican , moses all are part of it -corruption.
Although, in her interview she did discredit the idea of extraterrestrials on the planet, which I definitely disagree with. There is an enormous amount of evidence out there to suggest we are not alone, and we have indeed been visited. For more information on that click here.
These countries are not monolithic, there are forces fighting the corruption and there are forces that have totally been co-opted, and the way they act is treasonous to the people in those countries. The group that’s behind the network of control are the Jesuits, and there are also some groups behind them. One of these groups are hominids, they’re not human beings. They are very smart, they are not creative, they are mathematical. They had a much stronger force in the earlier ice-age. They have elongated skulls, they may produce offspring in mating with female humans, but that offspring is not fertile. We live in a world of secret societies, and secrets, and the information that ought to be public is not public.”

Source- collective-evolution.com

Friday, February 20, 2015

Great Banyan Tree in Howrah:

Vedic science's photo.Great Banyan Tree in Howrah:
The image is a single tree and not a forest.
This 250-year-old tree occupies an area of 4 acres and has a circumference of 1 km. You could easily confuse this tree for a forest. It became diseased after it was struck by lightning, so in 1925 the middle of the tree was excised to keep the remainder healthy; this has left it as a clonal colony, rather than a single tree.
A 330 metre long road was built around its circumference, but the tree continues to spread beyond it.
Vedic science's photo.

Hanging Pillar of Lepakshi ,India

Vedic science's photo.Hanging Pillar: Temple Complex Stands On The Pillar
Located in the Anantapur district in southern Andhra Pradesh, the hanging Pillar of Lepakshi is a mystery indeed. Built in the 16th-century temple of stone in Vijayanagar style, you can actually swipe a piece of cloth or paper mid-air that separates the ground and the pillar.
As a matter of fact, a curious British Engineer tried to figure out the secret of its support, consequently dislodging it a bit in the process. Some believe that the entire complex stands on the pillar.
Vedic science's photo.

EMPEROR VIKRAMADITYA ,विक्रमादित्य

'The kingdom of vikramaditya
EMPEROR VIKRAMADITYA (Sanskrit: विक्रमादित्य) (102 BCE to 15 CE) was a legendary emperor of Ujjain, India, famed for his wisdom, valour and magnanimity. Vikramaditya lived in the 1st century BCE. According to the Katha-sarita-sagara account, he was the son of Ujjain's King Mahendraditya of the Paramara dynasty.
Nine Gems of his Cabinet
1. Kalidas: Author of the great epic, ‘Shakuntala’, great poet, dramatist and the most prominent scholar of Sanskrit language.
2. Amarnath: Author of ‘Sanskrit Amarkosh’
3. Shapanak: Prominent Astrologist who had achieved mastery in Astrology.
4. Dhanvantri: A Doctor who had achieved mastery in the science of medicine; one who was an expert in diagnosis and one who could prescribe different treatments for a single disease.
5. Varruchi: Expert Linguist and an expert in Grammar
6. Varahmihir: Author of World famous epic, ‘Bruhatsahita’ and mastery in Astrology.
7. Ghatakpar: Expert in sculpture and architecture.
8. Shanku: Expert in Geography (This name is even well known today in the field of geography)
9. Vetalbhadra : Expert in black magic & tantric sciences
This is an example of how the Bharatiya rule was complete in all respects with peace and prosperity existing everywhere in the kingdom when there were no external attacks.'The kingdom of vikramaditya
EMPEROR VIKRAMADITYA (Sanskrit: विक्रमादित्य) (102 BCE to 15 CE) was a legendary emperor of Ujjain, India, famed for his wisdom, valour and magnanimity. Vikramaditya lived in the 1st century BCE. According to the Katha-sarita-sagara account, he was the son of Ujjain's King Mahendraditya of the Paramara dynasty.
Nine Gems of his Cabinet
1. Kalidas: Author of the great epic, ‘Shakuntala’, great poet, dramatist and the most prominent scholar of Sanskr...it language.
2. Amarnath: Author of ‘Sanskrit Amarkosh’
3. Shapanak: Prominent Astrologist who had achieved mastery in Astrology.
4. Dhanvantri: A Doctor who had achieved mastery in the science of medicine; one who was an expert in diagnosis and one who could prescribe different treatments for a single disease.
5. Varruchi: Expert Linguist and an expert in Grammar
6. Varahmihir: Author of World famous epic, ‘Bruhatsahita’ and mastery in Astrology.
7. Ghatakpar: Expert in sculpture and architecture.
8. Shanku: Expert in Geography (This name is even well known today in the field of geography)
9. Vetalbhadra : Expert in black magic & tantric sciences
This is an example of how the Bharatiya rule was complete in all respects with peace and prosperity existing everywhere in the kingdom when there were no external attacks.

 

Vijay Stambha (Hindi: विजय स्तम्भ) or "Tower of Victory"


Vedic science's photo.

Vedic science's photo.

Leaning tower of PISA- a wonder?
A failure architecture
A real architectural marvel...
Vijay Stambha (Hindi: विजय स्तम्भ) or "Tower of Victory" is an imposing structure located in Chittorgarh fort in Rajasthan, India. This tower is the piece-de-resistance of Chittaurgarh. It was constructed by Mewar king Rana Kumbha between 1442 AD and 1449 AD to commemorate his victory over the combined armies of Mewar and Gujarat led by Mahmud Khilji. Dedicated to Vishnu,this 37.19 m high 9 storied tower is one of the most remarkable in India.


Sun Temple of Gujrat

Namaste gujrat's photo.Step well. Sun Temple. Modhera,gujrat ... Constructed in 1026-27 A.D. during the reign of King Bhimdev I of Patan, the temple is dedicated to Surya or the Sun God. Although it bears a dilapidated look, it is still a magnificent specimen of superb artistry of Gujarat's architects of the bygone days. Modhera's sun temple is positioned in such a manner that at the equinoxes the rising sun strikes the images in the sanctuary.
It also incorporates an amusement park, a museum, a cafeteria, picture gallery and library.
The canvas on the walls and pillars depict the incidents from the Ramayan and the Mahabharat, and forms of gods and goddesses and the way of life of the people of that time. An interesting iconograph is one with three heads, three arms and three legs.
Namaste gujrat's photo.Namaste gujrat's photo.Namaste gujrat's photo.

RAMANUJAN- LOST BOOK OF MATHMATICS)

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Srinivasa Ramanujan - A Remarkable Mathematical Genius
(HIS BIRTHDAY)
Srinivasa Ramanujan Aiyangar was an Indian Mathematician who was born in Erode, India in 1887 on December 22. So, its his birthday today. He is considered as one of the fractal brain with extra ordinary capabilities. The only Ramanujan Museum in the country, founded by Shri P. K. Srinivasan, a mathematics teacher, operates from March 1993 in the Avvai Academy, Royapuram, Madras. The achievement of Ramanujan was so great that those who can really grasp the work of Ramanujan ‘may doubt that so prodigious a feat had ever been accomplished in the history of thought’.
"Sheer intuitive brilliance coupled to long, hard hours on his slate made up for most of his educational lapse. This ‘poor and solitary Hindu pitting his brains against the accumulated wisdom of Europe’ as Hardy called him, had rediscovered a century of mathematics and made new discoveries that would captivate mathematicians for next century"- by Robert Kanigel in The Man who Knew Infinity : A Life of the #GeniusRamanujan
Ramanujan’s life is full of strange contrasts. He had no formal training in mathematics but yet “he was a natural mathematical genius, in the class of Gauss and Euler.” Probably Ramanujan’s life has no parallel in the history of human thought. Godfrey Harold Hardy, (1877-1947), who made it possible for Ramanujan to go to Cambridge and give formal shape to his works, said in one of his lectures given at Harvard Universty (which later came out as a book entitled Ramanujan: Twelve Lectures on Subjects Suggested by His Life and Work): “I have to form myself, as I have never really formed before, and try to help you to form, some of the reasoned estimate of the most romantic figure in the recent history of mathematics, a man whose career seems full of paradoxes and contradictions, who defies all cannons by which we are accustomed to judge one another and about whom all of us will probably agree in one judgement only, that he was in some sense a very great mathematician.”
Contributions and Achievements:
Ramanujan went to Cambridge in 1914 and it helped him a lot but by that time his mind worked on the patterns on which it had worked before and he seldom adopted new ways. By then, it was more about intuition than argument. Hardy said Ramanujan could have become an outstanding mathematician if his skills had been recognized earlier. It was said about his talents of #Continued_Fractions and #hypergeometric series that, “he was unquestionably one of the great masters.” It was due to his sharp memory, calculative mind, patience and insight that he was a great formalist of his days. But it was due to his some methods of working in the work analysis and theories of numbers that did not let him excel that much. In mathematics, there is a distinction between having an insight and having a proof.
Ramanujan's talent suggested a plethora of formulae that could then be investigated in depth later. It is said by G. H. Hardy that Ramanujan's discoveries are unusually rich and that there is often more to them than initially meets the eye. As a by-product, new directions of research were opened up. Examples of the most interesting of these formulae include the intriguing infinite series for π
He got elected as the fellow in 1918 at the Trinity College at Cambridge and the Royal Society. He departed from this world on April 26, 1920.
Big Conspiracy
Ramanujan's #Lost_Notebook is the manuscript in which the Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan recorded the mathematical discoveries of the last year (1919–1920) of his life. Its whereabouts was unknown to all but a few mathematicians until it was rediscovered by George Andrews in 1976, in a box of effects of G. N. Watson stored at the Wren Library at Trinity College, Cambridge. The "notebook" is not a book, but consists of 87 loose and unordered sheets of paper, with more than 600 of Ramanujan's formulas.
George Andrews and Bruce C. Berndt (2005, 2009, 2012, 2013) have published several books in which they give proofs for Ramanujan's formulas included in the notebook. Berndt says of the notebooks' discovery: "The discovery of this 'Lost Notebook' caused roughly as much stir in the mathematical world as the discovery of Beethoven’s tenth symphony would cause in the musical world." (Peterson 2006). Rankin (1989) described the lost notebook in detail. The majority of the formulas are about q-series and mock theta functions, about a third are about modular equations and singular moduli, and the remaining formulas are mainly about integrals, Dirichlet series, congruences, and asymptotics.
Source-Ancient Indian Scientific Knowledge Forum'Srinivasa Ramanujan Aiyangar was an Indian Mathematician who was born in Erode, India in 1887 on December 22. So, its his birthday today. He is considered as one of the fractal brain with extra ordinary capabilities. The only Ramanujan Museum in the country, founded by Shri P. K. Srinivasan, a mathematics teacher, operates from March 1993 in the Avvai Academy, Royapuram, Madras. The achievement of Ramanujan was so great that those who can really grasp the work of Ramanujan ‘may doubt that so prodigious a feat had ever been accomplished in the history of thought’.
"Sheer intuitive brilliance coupled to long, hard hours on his slate made up for most of his educational lapse. This ‘poor and solitary Hindu pitting his brains against the accumulated wisdom of Europe’ as Hardy called him, had rediscovered a century of mathematics and made new discoveries that would captivate mathematicians for next century"- by Robert Kanigel in The Man who Knew Infinity : A Life of the ‪‎Ramanujan-
Ramanujan’s life is full of strange contrasts. He had no formal training in mathematics but yet “he was a natural mathematical genius, in the class of Gauss and Euler.” Probably Ramanujan’s life has no parallel in the history of human thought. Godfrey Harold Hardy, (1877-1947), who made it possible for Ramanujan to go to Cambridge and give formal shape to his works, said in one of his lectures given at Harvard Universty (which later came out as a book entitled Ramanujan: Twelve Lectures on Subjects Suggested by His Life and Work): “I have to form myself, as I have never really formed before, and try to help you to form, some of the reasoned estimate of the most romantic figure in the recent history of mathematics, a man whose career seems full of paradoxes and contradictions, who defies all cannons by which we are accustomed to judge one another and about whom all of us will probably agree in one judgement only, that he was in some sense a very great mathematician.”
Contributions and Achievements:
Ramanujan went to Cambridge in 1914 and it helped him a lot but by that time his mind worked on the patterns on which it had worked before and he seldom adopted new ways. By then, it was more about intuition than argument. Hardy said Ramanujan could have become an outstanding mathematician if his skills had been recognized earlier. It was said about his talents of fractions and  hypergeometric series that, “he was unquestionably one of the great masters.” It was due to his sharp memory, calculative mind, patience and insight that he was a great formalist of his days. But it was due to his some methods of working in the work analysis and theories of numbers that did not let him excel that much. In mathematics, there is a distinction between having an insight and having a proof.
Ramanujan's talent suggested a plethora of formulae that could then be investigated in depth later. It is said by G. H. Hardy that Ramanujan's discoveries are unusually rich and that there is often more to them than initially meets the eye. As a by-product, new directions of research were opened up. Examples of the most interesting of these formulae include the intriguing infinite series for π
He got elected as the fellow in 1918 at the Trinity College at Cambridge and the Royal Society. He departed from this world on April 26, 1920.
Big Conspiracy
Ramanujan's "LOST NOTEBOOK" is the manuscript in which the Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan recorded the mathematical discoveries of the last year (1919–1920) of his life. Its whereabouts was unknown to all but a few mathematicians until it was rediscovered by George Andrews in 1976, in a box of effects of G. N. Watson stored at the Wren Library at Trinity College, Cambridge. The "notebook" is not a book, but consists of 87 loose and unordered sheets of paper, with more than 600 of Ramanujan's formulas.
George Andrews and Bruce C. Berndt (2005, 2009, 2012, 2013) have published several books in which they give proofs for Ramanujan's formulas included in the notebook. Berndt says of the notebooks' discovery: "The discovery of this 'Lost Notebook' caused roughly as much stir in the mathematical world as the discovery of Beethoven’s tenth symphony would cause in the musical world." (Peterson 2006). Rankin (1989) described the lost notebook in detail. The majority of the formulas are about q-series and mock theta functions, about a third are about modular equations and singular moduli, and the remaining formulas are mainly about integrals, Dirichlet series, congruences, and asymptotics.
Source-Ancient Indian Scientific Knowledge Forum

Kumbhalgarh Fort -A great wall of china of India

'Christmas special post-2
Often referred to as Kumbhalgarh Wall or simply as Kumbhalgarh Fort as a whole, the wall is perhaps best known by its most sensational — and fitting — name: The Great Wall of India. This is appropriate, as the wall extends over 36 Kilometers around the perimeter of the fort, making it the second-longest continuous wall on the planet after the Great Wall of China.'Often referred to as Kumbhalgarh Wall or simply as Kumbhalgarh Fort as a whole, the wall is perhaps best known by its most sensational — and fitting — name: The Great Wall of India. This is appropriate, as the wall extends over 36 Kilometers around the perimeter of the fort, making it the second-longest continuous wall on the planet after the Great Wall of China.
 

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Sufism is no less than wahabi islam,just a PIG WITH LIPSTICK .

Emperor Aurangzeb
Emperor Aurangzeb
Although Sufism faction of Islam is considered more tolerant with some stolen ideas and philosophy from many old books of Zoostronism, Zoonism, Judaism, Hindusim, it's object  remained same- CONVERSION. Although people of sufism has produced real tolerant kind of islam like Bulle Shah but he was put to rest by real Saudi Wahabi islamist. It is nonetheless better and tolerant to other religions.Sufis could be as fanatic as any mullah or army on the march of jihad. The history of Islam in South Asia demonstrates this very clearly. Like David Livingstone was to do in Africa these missionaries for the one true jealous male demiurge called ‘God’, acted as sappers and miners for the colonialism which was devastating ancient civilisations without mercy.
Now ,have a look at Sufism ~12 th century.
Muin-ud-din, who started Chisti sect of sufism,  came from Saudi Arab in 12 th century and Rajput King  Prithviraj Chauhan was gracious enough to let him be in Ajmer,but he started converting Hindus to islam.Many Hindus started acting as as his agents. He then made special demands from Prithvi Raj Chauhan TO LET HIM SLAUGHTER COWS, WHICH WAS AUSPICIOUS TO HINDUS,and when they were ignored he immediately invited Muhammad Ghuri to invade and despoil the land in the name of Islam. Literature on the true fanatic nature of Sufis such as that of the Chisti order abound. Sculpted stones, apparently from a Hindu temple, are incorporated in the Buland Darwãza of Muin-ud-din’s shrine and his tomb is built over a series of cellars formed part of an earlier temple. A tradition, first recorded in the ‘Anis al-Arwãh, suggests that the Sandal Khãna is built on the site of Shãdî Dev’s temple. Four Islamic mystics namely Moinuddin (d. 1233 in Ajmer ), Qutubuddin (d. 1236 in Delhi ), Nizamuddin (d.1335 in Delhi ) and Fariduddin (d.1265 in Pattan now in Pakistan ) accompanied the Islamic invaders in India . All of them were from the Chistiya order of Islamic mysticism.
Although Amir Khusru is considered one of among Chisti sufi saint,Yet in his own words he glorified how Islamic hordes had despoiled India , sacking the infidel Hindu shrines for the glory of the true faith, saturated the land with the blood of idol-worshippers, and jizya imposed. Khusro lamented that the sultans had adopted the Hanafi code because it allowed them to categorise Hindus as dhimmis; which meant a third-class existence as opposed to outright extermination. Amir Khusro, full name Muhammad Hassan Yaminuddin (1253-1325) said to be a great human being because, he was the father of Qawwali, and he is even said to have invented tabla, he loved India, and of course was tolerant.
Another The Sufi preacher Sayyid Ali Hamdani came from Hamdan in fourteenth century to Kashmir to convert and stop Hindus building temples and restrict their religious practices as they were forced into dhimmi status, including payment of jizya.
All Sufis supported the oppression and forcible conversion of Hindus to Islam, accepted gifts of adolescent boys and young women to their khanqahs and dargahs AS SEX SLAVES.
Dara Shikoh, eldest son of Shah Jahan and rightful heir to the Mughal throne was  exception amongst sufis who translating the Upanishads into Persian. He was killed by his younger brother Aurangzeb who was himself a Sufi, a follower of the Naqshbandi-Mujaddidi method and disciple of Khwaja Muhammad Masoom, the third son and successor of the founder of Mujaddidi order Shaykh Ahmad Sirhindi. That shaykh sent his fifth son, Khwaja Saif ad-Din Sirhindi, to instruct Aurangzeb in the strict application of sharia law such as banning musical instruments.
When it comes to conversion, Sheria law,destruction of temples-Sufi is same as other islamic cult following Quran , a book of satanic cult order.
Aurangzeb or Alamgir is notorious in history as the Mughal who tried to annihilate Hinduism completely, destroying temples and suppressing religious practices. Guru Tegh Bahadur and his two close companions Bhai Matti Das and Bhai Fateh Das were executed for refusing to convert to Islam.
Modified from From Chakranews
 

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Why BJP lost in Delhi election?

With Big win for AAP -following are reasons-
-BJP'S dependence on Modi.
-VHP and RSS did not work for election and in fact voted for AAP to win.
-LK Advani faction were silent during election because Kiran Bedi was named as CM post.
-Kiran Bedi was named CM'S post was a looser idea, as BJP workers and RSS did not campaign for her. She just came in party from nowhere and named CM ,against popular choice of Goyal or other person. BJP should not act like congress.
-Corruption money, black money names are not coming.
All needs to be addressed before they go for Bihar,UP election.

NEVER EVER GO AGAINST RSS,VHP like cadre as they are back bone of BJP.
Advani needs a proper position- Make president etc.
Delhi election shows mentality of Hindus as they are still sold for free bucket of water and electricity.But BJP should have done something to curb rates of electricity water and  I guess these are main reasons for BJP'S loss. It will give introspect to BJP that they have to work together for daily needs of people AND MODI MUST COME BACK TO MODI KURTA(Forget 12 LACKS suit). That is what Nehru did.
You have to show that you are poor and like all in India while living in India.
Hindus are worst enemy of themselves.


Saturday, February 7, 2015

Mahatma Gandhi wanted to marry Ravindranath Tagore's neice at 50 yrs of age

५० साल की उम्र में गांधीजी रवींद्रनाथ टागोर की भांजी से करना चाहते थे दूसरी शादी !

अनेकों पुस्तकों में महात्मा गांधी से कई स्त्रियों के संबधों का दावा किया गया है। लेकिन इसमें सबसे चर्चास्पद मामला रहा है, महात्मा गांधी और सरला देवी के संबंधों को लेकर। महात्मा गांधी और सरलादेवी शादी करना चाहते थे। उल्लेखनीय है सरलादेवी रवींद्रनाथ टैगोर की बड़ी बहन की बेटी थीं।

स समय ५० वर्षीय बापू चार संतानों के पिता बन चुके थे…

इतिहास की अनेकों पुस्तकों में महात्मा गांधी से कई स्त्रियों के संबधों का दावा किया गया है। लेकिन इसमें सबसे चर्चास्पद मामला रहा है, महात्मा गांधी और सरला देवी के संबंधों को लेकर। उल्लेखनीय है कि सरलादेवी रवींद्रनाथ टैगोर की बड़ी बहन की बेटी थीं।
कस्तूरबा
सरलादेवी
सुशीला नायर
गांधीजी के ७१ वर्षीय पोते राजमोहन गांधी ने अपनी एक पुस्तक में लिखा है कि अपनी विवेकबुद्धि के लिए प्रख्यात महात्मा गांधी विवाहित और चार संतानों के पिता होने के बावजूद भी सरलादेवी के प्रेम में पड़ गए थे। इतना ही नहीं, वे सरला से शादी करने के लिए भी तैयार हो गए थे। सरलादेवी गांधीजी की पत्नी कस्तूरबा की तुलना में काफी प्रतिभाशाली और बुद्धिमान थीं और वे स्वतंत्रता संग्राम में सक्रिय थीं।
परिवार और राष्ट्रहित के लिए उन पर भी गांधीजी से संबंधों पर पूर्ण विराम लगाने का दबाव डाला गया। राजमोहन के अनुसार गांधीजी का यह प्रेम प्रकरण सीक्रेट नहीं था, बल्कि यह बात दोनों परिवारों में सबको मालूम थी।
सरलादेवी के पति चौधरी राम भाजी दत्त स्वतंत्रता संग्राम में मुख्य रूप से सक्रिय थे। जब वे जेल में थे, तब उन्होंने ही सरलादेवी को महात्मा गांधी के घर पर रहने के लिए कहा था। बताया जाता है कि इसी बीच महात्मा गांधी और सरलादेवी एक-दूसरे के नजदीक आए थे। इन्होंने तो ‘आध्यात्मिक लग्न’ कर लेने का आयोजन भी कर लिया था, जिसका गांधीजी के बेटे देवदास गांधी ने भारी विरोध किया था।
सरलादेवी के अलावा गांधीजी के कुछ अन्य स्त्रियों से संबंधों का भी दावा किया जाता है। इसमें ब्रिटिश एडमिरल की बेटी मेडेलीन स्लेड, सुशीला नायर और दो मानसपुत्रियों मनु तथा आभा गांधी का भी नाम शामिल है।
महात्मा गांधी ने अपनी आत्मकथा ‘मेरे सत्य के प्रयोग’ में लिखा है कि जब उनके पिता मरणासन्न की स्थिति में थे, तब वे कस्तूरबा से शारीरिक संबंध स्थापित कर रहे थे, इसी बीच दूसरे कमरे में उनके पिता की मृत्यु हुई थी। इस घटना के बाद से सेक्स के प्रति महात्मा गांधी की रुचि कम हो गई और वे मानने लगे कि जब दंपति को संतान उत्पन्न करना हो, तभी शारीरिक संबंध स्थापित करने चाहिए।

इतना ही नहीं, महात्मा गांधी अपने ब्रह्मचर्य की परीक्षा लेने के लिए सुशीला नायर और टीनएज मनु तथा आभा के साथ सह-स्नान और नग्न होकर सोने के प्रयोग भी किया करते थे। महात्मा गांधी के ये प्रयोग भारी विवाद का मुद्दा भी बना था। इसे लेकर आश्रमवासियों और उनके परिवारजनों ने उनसे नाराजगी भी प्रकट की थी।
मनु तथा आभा
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Friday, February 6, 2015

King Vikramaditya Gold coin establishes truth

King Vikramaditya, or Vikram of the ‘Vikram and Baital’ fables, is a not historical figure, after all.
And behind this giant leap from fable to history is a little gold coin.
According to researchers of the Maharaja Vikramaditya Shodhpeeth in Ujjain, this coin is the first definitive archaeological evidence of the monarch.
There is a mention of Vikramaditya in the ancient text Bhavishya Puran that chronicles the names of Hindu dynasties. It says he ruled Malwa — which includes parts of present day western Madhya Pradesh and southeastern Rajasthan — from 57BC and Ujjain was his capital. But while stories about him abound, as the German philologist Max Mueller once said, there is no documentary evidence of his existence.

In December, a private collector brought this coin, found on the banks of the Kshipra in Ujjain, to Shodhpeeth for authentication.Shodhpeeth researchers claim that while terracotta and copper seals and coins with references to Vikramaditya have been found, this coin with a portrait of the king on one side and typical first century BC symbolisms on the other is nailing evidence. King Chandragupta Maurya defeated Seleucus Nicator of Persia . He took battles in to territory enemy's choice and defeated them in their own battlefields .No other King could repeat his feat of crossing Khyber for battles beyond.2.In 326 BC, Chandragupta Maurya was just a teenager when Alexander the Great of Macedonia invaded India through khyber pass . Facing stiff resistance all through what is now Pakistan, and hampered by the high Hindu-Kush Mountains, Alexander’s army won at the Battle of Jhelum (or Hydaspes River) and defeated Raja Puru (King Poros) near modern-day Bhera, Pakistan, through offensive use of the Macedonian cavalry’s horses . Alexander the great went back after defeat of Raja Puru. 3.Chandragupta Maurya was the first emperor and the last king to unify most of Greater India into one single entity . He ruled from 322 BCE until his voluntary abdication in 298 BC in favor of his son King Bindusara ( father of King Ashok )The Empire was hard fought in 322 BCE by Chandragupta Maurya, who had overthrown the Nanda Dynasty and rapidly expanded his power westwards across central and western India, taking advantage of the disruptions of local powers in the wake of the withdrawal westward byAlexander's Hellenic armies. By 316 BCE the empire had fully occupied Northwestern India, defeating and conquering the satraps left by Alexander the Great. 4..In 305 BCE, King Chandragupta decided to expand his Mauryan empire into Persia ruled by Seleucus I Nicator, founder of the Seleucid Empire, and a former general under Alexander. Chandragupta seized a large area in eastern Persia and defeated Seleucus. In the peace treaty that ended this war, Chandragupta got control of that land as well as the hand of one of Seleucus’s daughters in marriage. In exchange, Seleucus got 500 war elephants - which he put to good use at the Battle of Ipsus in 301 BCE.5.The Maurya Empire was one of the world's largest empires in its time, and the largest ever in the Indian subcontinent. At its greatest extent, the empire stretched to the north along the natural boundaries of the Himalayas, to the east into Assam, to the west into Balochistan (south west Pakistan and south east Iran) and the Hindu Kush mountains of what is now Afghanistan and parts of Persia .6.In 298 BCE, the emperor renounced his rule, handing over power to his son Bindusara. Chandragupta traveled south to a cave at Shravanabelogola, now in Karntaka. There, the founder of the Mauryan Empire meditated without eating or drinking for five weeks, until he died of starvation THROUGH sallekhana or santhara.7.King Ranjit Singh and Hari singh Nalwa ruled over Khyber pass but did not venture beyond it . It is should be noted that ,After a period of twenty three hundred years of unremitting defeats for the armies from India against every invading army, General Sam Manikshaw experienced the glow of a stunning victory against the Pakistan army in what is now Bangla Desh. It was a victory worthy to rank amongst the great victories and a campaign as brilliant as any in history.

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

9/11 and saudi link is confirmed ,supporting all AL QAEDA and ISIL.

File photo of Zacarias Moussaoui, an inmate at a Colorado prisonZacarias Moussaoui ,A former al Qaeda operative imprisoned for life for his role in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks has ACCUSED members of the Saudi royal family supported the Islamic militant group and ALQAEDA.
He said a list of donors from the late 1990s that he drafted during al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden's tenure included some "extremely famous" Saudi officials, including Prince Turki al-Faisal Al Saud, a former Saudi intelligence chief.
Moussaoui said he met in Kandahar with an official from Saudi Arabia's Washington embassy. Moussaoui said they were supposed to go to Washington together to find a location "suitable to launch a stinger attack" on the U.S. presidential plane, Air Force One.
Families of Sept. 11 victims allege that Saudi Arabia and a government-affiliated charity knowingly provided funding and other material support to al Qaeda that helped it carry out the attacks
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