Mythology

mythology

Myths are set in dim distant past. Often they originate from oral traditions that held families and communities together in ancient times. Why are we here? Where is our origin? How do we live our lives in accordance to nature and people? Where are we going?. People have been trying to answer these questions in the form of poem, parables and stories in the form of mythology. An important factor is that myths often stem from contradictory feelings. How the god of destruction can be the renewal of life. How the God of fertility can be the God of death. How the dragon, which is heralded as a menace can be seen as benevolent God in other culture. Thus mythology from time immemorial has always been as much as a part in human evolution. We see how people in all parts of the world visit the revered sites, take pilgrimage journeys, bathe in holy water, and undertake difficult journeys simply in the reverence to the myths where the line vanishes between myths and reality. It truly enhances the saying that If you believe, if u feel, you will get that. But the believe should be absolute.

Rozabal – The Myths of Christ

Posted by on Sep 2, 2015 in Mythology | 0 comments

Rozabal – The Myths of Christ

It is said that at Roza Bal in Srinagar- Kashmir, there is a shrine which many believe is the tomb of Jesus. The Good Friday is a Christian religious holiday commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and his death at Calvary. It is said that Jesus survived the crusification and travelled eastward to Kashmir, where he died and was laid to rest at Roza Bal. Some scholars believe that during his teenage years he travelled along the silk route to India and China and immersed himself in the teachings of Buddhism and Hinduism. There is a myth where he travelled all over India and the Himalayas and never returned to his homeland.There is another theory that says he studied extensively in Puri and Varanasi and then moved back to his country in Judea for his mission to preach. According to the Ahmadiyya Muslim community Jesus was a prophet in Islam and was buried in Roza Bal. There is a lot of mystery, debate, myth surrounding the shrine but still this place is a popular tourist destination and is a revered site for Christian...

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The Myths of Holystone Caba

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The Myths of Holystone Caba

SATURN has become recognized as the most important of the 9 planets in other than Indian Astrology. The Chaldeans used  to worship SATURN. For Babylonian and Assyrian astrologers, SATURN was NINIB, god of the Southern Direction, they also called him SHAMASH, The “SUN STAR”, anointing him the “SUN”(Most prominent planet of all), his “SOLAR” prominence lies more in his symbolic significance. In Indian Mythology SATURN was the son of THE SUN adopted by Lord SHIVA. Western alchemist called him the BLACK SUN. The Greeks knew SATURN as KRONOS(“he who gives the measures”/”The originator of Time”), CHRONOS(time), or CRONOS(The crow God), the crow being much used in prophecy, symbolic of long life, in both Italy and Greece (In India we depict crow as the ancestors soul). It was also believed that the holy stone of the KAABA in MECCA originally represented the god HUBAL(SATURN). The KAABA (came from the Jewish word KABBALA-means Mystical Literature) contains 360 idols representing each day of the year. The chief among these deities was the god HUBAL – remarkably similar to SHIV. just like SHIVA, HUBAL was depicted as carrying the moon on his head, and just like SHIVA, from whose holy abode the GANGA flowed down to earth, HUBAL had the sacred waters of ZAMZAM. In Islam, people continued to circumbulate the KAABA seven times (3 slowly and 4 hurriedly) anticlockwise, and  HUNDUS do around fire exactly 7 times...

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The Birth Place of Bhagvad Gita

Posted by on Aug 27, 2015 in Delhi, Mythology | 0 comments

The Birth Place of Bhagvad Gita

The story about the place where the sacred dialogue between Lord Krishna and Arjuna had happened which formed the basis of  Shrimad Bhagvad Gita. There is a tiny town on the Kurukshetra-Pehowa road in Hariyana (Kurukshetra District), where Lord Krishna transferred the knowledge of Bhagvad Gita to Arjuna which has removed Arjuna’s confusion and dilemma and transferred him to face the ultimate destination of his life. Physical strength is not enough to prepare a person to a great worrier unless until his/her soul body work together. JYOTISAR is the place where that great event occurred. The word “Teached” or “Delivered” was not used while depicting Lord Krishna’s speech (Bhagvad Gita) to Arjuna, since it was clearly transferred just like we transfer data from PC to the pen drive nowadays. Had it a logic to deliver or teach the long and in depth version of 114 Slokas of Bhagvad Gita to a single person in a battlefield? where the scholar like Kripachariya, nobleman like Dronachariya, and enlightened person like Bhisma was present. According to Mahabharata Bhisma was the most prominent devotee of Lord Krishna to whom he himself tried to detach from the earth. Logically The entire data of Bhagvad Gita was transferred somehow so that no other mortal can directly delivered from lord himself....

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