- Daylight comes always after Night
- When those times have passed-by these times too will be soon
- Sometimes path of life extends beyond those blind ends
- You are born to live your Life and realize the Call of your Destiny
Sunday, October 7, 2012
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Here comes the darkness'
Full of unpredictable and wild moments'
Heart is at Stake and beats becomes drum'
Brain becomes numb and Life runs on rum'
Time can be the biggest villain and greatest hero in any body's life. Sometimes it gives pleasant surprises and othertimes aukward memories. In these circumstances the very often question is search for some source of power to rise again, answers to tackle questions like sunnyday drained by rains, and the most important thing is to get motivated consequently so as to prevent efforts go in vain.
In these times look upon your past, remember the winning moments, glorious memories and feel like winner you always had been. Let rewind reel of those old times in our brain when times were perfect, everything would fall in place as it should be and we often portray that winning smile on our face.
Read biographies of great personalities of history, listen stories of your ancestors from granny and analyze how they have struggle their path towards greatness.
Remember those stormy nights
When you had most daring fights
Everybody was staring at you; ready for a strike
Thunder lights and no mights
In those darkest moments
Almighty Grants you a boon
To be realized soon
Bell rings and you remember winning sights
Ray of hopes and Power of motivation
Started flowing in your veins
Fight, Fight and Fight
Try, Try and one more Try
Let it happens till you dry
Now the world is at your feet
And Destiny is calling you for a meet
Sunday, May 27, 2012
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"OM"- A rhythm as powerful as earthquake has the power to echo through our lives in a form that is similar to rise of 'Phoenix from the Ashes'. Helps in the discovery of whole new you, Infact the 'Real Me'.
Om is basically a divine and sacred symbol, syllable in Hinduism. It is chanted with influence and focus on three sanskrit words as " aa, au and ma". It is said to posses all the vibrations in the Universe.
Such is the power of this divine syllable that every 'Mantra' in Hindusim is assigned to begin and end with OM only. The easiest and quickest way to feel the presence of divine power around and within us is by humming this sacred sound of "OM".
Scientists and Practioners all over the world have feel different advantages of OM through their Experiments and Experiences as listed below-
- Helps in gaining focus by removing distractful thoughts from the mind.
- Helps in calming the nervous system and thus increasing our emotional quotient.
- Helps in relaxation of body and mind by slowing down the breathing process.
- Makes the surrounding atmosphere soother and thus oxygenation of our whole body.
- Vibrations produced during chanting of OM is helpful in recovering body from many diseases and strengthening our immune system.
How to Chant "OM"
As explained before that OM consists of three sanskrit words-" aa, au and ma", so during chanting process we should first start with "aa". Sound of "aa" should start with our centre point of stomach and then without any break or obstruction move on to "au". Sound of "au" should start with our heart and then further move on to sound "ma" starting it from our vocal cord.
Important-Before beginning this process take a deep breath (Inhale Air) as chanting is completly and continous exhaling process. Start with "aa" move on to "au" and end the cycle with humming of "ma" a bit longer than previous two words.
"OM" can not be bounded to any single religion.It is just that Hinduism has understood its significance and therfore has made "OM" an important aspect of its philosophy. Our sages(ancient times) have done penance and hardships for prolong period of time to understand "OM". Otherwise it is a mystical gift of GOD to humankind. Feel it, Enjoy this and Get Elevated.
Don't wait now, Don't Waste You time any Further, Include "OM" in your life and get connected to "Divine", The Almighty straight away.
Afterall Spirituality along with History is needless to say, powerful enough; to guide us into a bright new Future World.
Saturday, March 10, 2012
JAI MAA JWALA JI
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"Jwala Ji" is name of Hindu Goddess in Hinduism. She is said to resides as an eternal flame since time infinity near a place called Kangra in Lower himalayas, India.
The mystical and astonishing fact about this flame is that it is burning since time immemorials.
Mythological legend goes that when Lord Shiva was in unconsious state due to death of his wife Sati who threw herself in holy altar after her father accused Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu divided Sati's body into fifty one pieces which fell on earth at various places. These places came to known as ShaktiPeeths and where Sati's tongue fell is Jwala Ji.
Some facts that can be traced in this regards-
- The flame burns flawless and in blue colour. (Scientifically this signifies complete combustion.)
- It is burning continously since first date of its known history. (Scientifically the source could be renewable in nature)
- We don't have any knowledge of its source. Some says it could be reserve of natural gas but same could not be validated.
- Legend goes that Akbar even tried to extinguish this eternal flame but couldn't get successful and the same could be validated in the form of golden umbrella which turned into copper (gift of Akbar in honour of Goddess Jwala Ji) in the temple.
- Governement of India with team of abled Geologists under Nehru Ji has also tried but in vain to establish the source of this eternal flame.
I think if it is spring of natural gas which is said to be the source of Eternal Fire as mentioned in Wiki, then why any other natural occurence of sacred flame as Jwala Ji can not be found in other parts of world posseing numerous springs of natural gas. Although I too beleive that there is surely some other phenomena and science that is working behind Jwala Ji eternal flame but that can be indication of glory of our ancestors.
Now many people can give the example of Baku Ateshgah, a place in Azerbaizan wherein a similar temple is said to be created since fire is sacred to both hinduism and zoroastranism. It has been established that the same was due to source of natural gas in the rocky region that begins around 16th century and is exhausted in current times.Case of Jwalaji temple is different since the flame is burning since time immemorial and is till burning naturally.
If you happen to go to Jwala Ji temple, notice that under the divine grace of Maa Jwala Ji, priest who perform prayers daily in the temple remains unaffected by the eternal flame (blue in colour) despite putting his hand in the flame to give blessings of "Maa" to her devotees.
Conclusion is that everything can not be tested and verified on principles of science and that is why it is often said " Where the thinking boundary of Science ends, Region of Spirituality begins".
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
|A Sustainable World|
Construction, Repairing and Maintenance
3 modern buzz words of our ERA which goes simultanously with any infrastructural development activity i.e. you construct a facility, then to sustain it you need to maintain it and maintenance needs repairing at regular intervals.
We can not plan and imagine any infrastructural activity budget without allocating a substantial percentage of fund for repair and maintenance of the same. Still life of the structure can not be assured for even 100 years confidently despite all this hassles.
Infrastructure is booming up and being developed at very fast pace all around the world. It has become almost synonymous primary factor with country's growth and future development. But the question of the hour is- Are we building an Infrastructure Durable and Sustainable enough to serve our future generations too?
Lets have a look at era of construction of some famous infrastructure (Monuments) from our history around the World-
Great Wall of China, China - Constructed Around 7th Century B.C.
Petra, Jordan - Constructed Around 100 BCE
Machu Picchu, Peru - Constructed Around 1450 CE
Chichen Itza, Mexico - Constructed Around 600 CE
Colosseum, Italy - Constructed Around 80 CE
Taj Mahal, India - Constructed Around 1648 CE
Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt - Constructed Around 2560 BCE
are those examples of infrastructure marvels that have not only
withstood the test of time but also had able to maintain adequate
foothold till date without much repairing and maintenance activity.All
these were sustainable and durable enough to withstand not only
expectations of multiple generations but also deteriorating forces of
We can learn and deduce a lot of information from our history by analysing these structures for- Material Used by them, Construction techniques employed by our ancestors and their designing and planning methodolgy. This information can be very well employed to use with aid of our modern technology and resources to build a more durable and sustainable world. eg- In Construction of Great Wall of China, local materials were used in building keeping in mind economy and harmony with local environment. In construction of Taj Mahal wooden foundations were used fully submerged in Yamuna Water, refer "Taj Mahal & Its Wood Foundation" This is other side of Story that due to pollution, devasting earthquakes and human interference these structure are in a state of deterioration today and demands much attention along with restoration works.
|Although a significant repairing and maintenance activity can not be "zeroed in", focus should be on minimising it by building a more durable and sustainable infrastructure.|
|In the field of Construction it is often said that "Experience is the best teacher" and we can not get a more better account of such details in trails of Experience left by our ancestors embedded in our Historical Monuments and Marvels.|
|Explore, Explore, Explore - The Experience of Ancestors in Galore|