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Aditya Hrdayam - Part 3 (Vishnu)

Split Aditya Hrdayam Part 3 into Brahma and Vishnu and rephrasing it again Background Brahma and Vishnu share a unique relationship in the Puranas. Brahma is said to have been born out of Vishnu's navel. Sri or Lakshmi is also said to have been born out of Vishnu's navel.
Science says Gravity and Inertia share a twin relationship. It is like that of Brahma and Vishnu. If Brahma is Gravity, then Vishnu is Inertia.
Inertia is the property of all matter. From its navel is born the Gravity. Inertia and Gravity cannot exist separately. 'Mass' as determined through inertia and as determined through Gravity are one and same. 
Vedas and Puranas say Maya covers the whole Universe. They say Maya is the feminine form of Vishnu. They say it is the maya that masks us from discovering from what is behind. We are all in the Maya and what we see is Maya.  It takes a great amount of intuition and intelligence to go and discover what is behind Maya. What is behind this Maya is Brahma, V…

Ganapati Lakshmi Sarasvati - The Vedic Perspective

Here is the link to my ebook on Ganapati Lakshmi Sarasvati in Amazon for Kindle or Kindle app for PC.

Download, read and put up your reviews in Amazon.

I have talked about how divinities like Ganapati, Lakshmi, Sarasvati indicate inspiring characteristics that we need to invoke quoting Vedic slokas like Sri Suktam.

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Aditya Hrdayam Again - Part 12 (How and Why of my works)


In this chapter, I will devote myself to a 30,000 feet explanation of  how and why I am writing about Vedic texts. I will continue with Rg Veda Sloka on Indra in the next chapter..

I started on the Vedic translations not by will or choice. It just happened to me on its own starting from Mandukya Upanishad.  Once I happened to read a blog on Mandukya Upanishad.  Then something made me to read about it. Even before I realized it myself, I was translating AUM.

And then, I never stopped. I have been re-writing them with better and better understanding all the times. As I engage more and more, it is becoming clearer to me that we have grossly mis-interpreted the Vedic texts.

While I do not claim to be doing research here, I sincerely think that the Vedic texts actually texts of cosmic evolution, once upon a time.  The Dawn in the Rg Vedic texts is the Dawn of Time or Dawn of Universe and not the morning dawn that we see daily.

Like any science book, Rg Veda talks about various e…