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I can count all the stars! – If You stand with me


“I can count all the stars! – If You stand with me
You are my inducement!
to my allegiance towards
my destiny!”
– Akshay Kumar

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Enjoy the harmony In your life – By Akshay Kumar Das


If You ask me which are harmony which resonates with my views are true relationship and love. Maybe the bond of love you share with your neighbor or classmate or a stranger. Be happy to all, love all.

Which will automatically connect your goodness to other’s mind and then transform them to love you back, which enable you to share the greater part of joy to rest of the people who are in need of that compassion of trust and bond of love. Maybe the first step is loving your greatest friend “nature”.

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Nature & technological optimism – By Akshay Kumar

Nature & technological optimism – By Akshay Kumar

In this massive place of living systems, Homo sapiens emerged into a pioneer in technological revolutions since from early ages. It’s the technological optimism. We are at this age where we are into bionics, artificial intelligence, much more.

Due to the much more complex understanding of this nature made us to clearly understand the neutrons to neurons in our brain, as we are also running towards other planets, happen to see extra-planetarily voyages in future. To know the universe better.

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An individual is a piece of an entire – Physics & Philosophy [By Akshay Kumar ]

An individual is a piece of an entire – Physics & Philosophy [By Akshay Kumar ]

“An individual is a piece of an entire, called by us as the universe, a section restricted in time and space. He encounters himself, his musings and emotions as something isolated from the rest… a sort of optical hallucination of his cognizance. This daydream is a sort of jail for us, limiting us to our own wants and to love for a couple of people closest to us. Our errand must be to free ourselves from this by augmenting our hover of empathy to grasp every single living animal and the entire of nature in its excellence “

In our chance and age, mankind is progressing at an amazing rate. The innovations of the plane, prepare, cell phone and PC have conveyed us to an alternate age. Prior to these innovations, nobody trusted that individuals could converse with somebody abroad or go to another landmass inside a day. Individuals used to state this was unimaginable, yet now it is a reality. Inquiries are raised by the quick progression of innovation. For instance, is time travel conceivable? A few people assert that time travel is only a dream and that it should not be possible.

On the off-chance that We can consider Physics: We are living in the era of science and innovation and presentation of science in our day by day has changed our lives. At the point when individuals had no clue about science, and, after it’s all said and done their lives were represented by standards of various branches of science. When we light a fire, it is a concoction procedure; when we eat and process sustenance, it is organic process; when we stroll on Earth, it is administered by laws of material science; when an Earthquake happens, it’s a seismic action; when we discuss diverse landscapes and jewels of Earth surface, it is identified with Geology. There is no single movement of our lives, which characterize our one or other field of science. Essentially, material science oversees our regular day-to-day existences and is engaged in various exercises we perform and things we use in our day to day life. Here we will examine how material science is having its impact in running our ordinary assignments and helps us to do our errands, tasks, and obligations easily and adequately.

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Science of Mythology – 21 Herbs used in “Ganapathi Festival” [ With Pictures] – #1

Science of Mythology – 21 Herbs used in “Ganapathi Festival” [ With Pictures] – #1

Hello, everyone, we are left with 1 day to celebrate Ganapathi Festival. I’m excited to see him on this occasion, but I gave myself a task of finding some science behind the Vinayaka Chathurthi. if not science at-least some philosophy behind it.

Lord Ganesha, known as Ekdanta, Vinayaka, Vignaharta, Gajanana Etc. He is the only god with Elephant head. I’m not going to say the story of Ganapathi as most of them know it. let me say few things about 21 sacred leaves/plants used to worship Vinayaka.

21 types of leaves/herbs are used to worship Lord Ganesha during Ganesha Chavithi festival. A health and environmental protentional ideology is involved in the usage of this herbs. these herbs are used in Ayurvedic medicines used for curing numerous diseases. Apart from this they act as a Divine technique of regulatory to contamination of water and food, be it water or air. Ganesh Chaturthi festival happens through a rainy season when the weather is generally not appropriate for healthiness. Individuals grieve from innumerable viral contagions and water borne illnesses during this period.

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1.Machi pathram (Artmesia Vulgaris) – Om Sumukhaya Namah – Machi Patram Samarpayami।

  • These leaves help in cure the nerves related problems, stomach related problems, and headaches.

Machi pathram (Artmesia Vulgaris)

2.Bruhathi Patram (Solanum Xanthocarpum) – Om Ganadhipayanamah – Bruhathi Patram Samarpayami|

  • These fruits are collected for medicinal purposes to treat teeth infections and consumed like a vegetable for medical purposes.

Bruhathi Patram (Solanum Xanthocarpum)

3.Bilva Patram (Aegle marmelos) – Uma Putrayanamah – Bilva Patram Samarpayami|

  • Research has found the essential oil of the Bilva tree to be effective against 21 types of bacteria. It is prescribed for the smooth bowel movement to patients suffering from constipation and other gastrointestinal problems.

Bilva Patram (Aegle marmelos)

4.Dhurvayugmam (Aruham pul) – Cynodon dactylon
Om Ganeshayanamah – Durvayugmam Samarpayami|

  • It also contains nutrients and minerals. It is also used as pesticide/pest control and also to control the skin diseases.

Dhurvayugmam (Aruham pul)

5.Durthaara(Umathai) – Datura Metel
Om Harasunavenamah- Datthura Patram Samarpayami|

  • All parts of Datura plants contain dangerous levels of tropane alkaloids and may be fatal if ingested by humans or other animals, including livestock and pets. In some places, it is prohibited to buy, sell or cultivate Datura plants.


6.Badhari (Ilandai) – ZIZYPHUS JUJUBA
Lambodarayanamah- Badhari Patram Samarpayami|

  • It is a very tasty fruit and helps to develop the appetite. And it helps the body to develop immunity towards cuts and bruses.

Badhari (Ilandai)

7.Apaamaarga (Nayuruvi) – Achyranthes aspera
Guhagrajaya namah – Apamarga Patram Samarpayami|

  • This possesses medicinal properties and is used in making tooth powder etc. Also, dried stems of this plant are used as Samith or sticks for Sudarshana Homa (fire worship) etc. Stomach pain, indigestion and for a lot of skin eczemas can be cured with these leaves.

Apaamaarga (Nayuruvi)

8.Tulasi – Ocimum Sanctum
Gaja Karnayanamaha – Tulasi Patram Samarpayami|

  • It holds a lot of medicinal properties and easily available. They grow very easily in open lands. This variety of Tulasi is called as Vana Tulasi and open lands with these plants are called as BrundaVanam.

Tulasi – Ocimum Sanctum

9.Mango – Mangifera indica
Eka Dantayanamah – Choota Patram Samarpayami|

  •  In places with the tropical climate, this tree could be easily grown. These leaves are tied in the front of the main entrances etc. for all the good functions in Southern India.

Chootha – Mangifera indica

10.Karaveera  – Nerium Oleander/Indicum
Vikatayanamah – Karaveera Patram Samarpayami|

  • The scented flowers bloom in clusters at the end of each branch. The flowers are white, red, yellow and pink. Oleander is one of the most poisonous of commonly grown garden plants.

Karaveera  – Nerium Oleander/Indicum

11.VishnuKrantha – Evolvulus alsinoides
Bhinna Dantayanamah – Vishnu Krantha Patram Samarpayami|

  • According to Ayurveda, aparajita is believed to be a Medhya drug which enhances memory and intelligence. In other words, it possesses neuroprotective capabilities. Apart from this, aparajita has also been used to cure bladder and urethra related diseases, bronchitis, ascites and in enlargement of abdominal viscera.

VishnuKrantha – Evolvulus alsinoides

12.Dhadimi(Mathulai) – Punica granatum
Vatavenamah – Dhadimi Patram Samarpayami|

  • The seeds of this fruit is high in Iron content and other minerals/ vitamins.  The flowers of this plants possess a beautiful fluorescent color and are mentioned in various religious works.  The shell or membrane in the fruit is very bitter and is dried and preserved to make a tea for stomach disorders.

Dhadimi(Mathulai) – Punica granatum

13.Devadaru – Cedras Deodara
Sarveswarayanamah – Devadaru Patram Samarpayami|

  • It helps reduce the body heat. Also, treats skin diseases and chronic wounds.  In addition to that, they produce resins, which can be used in producing aromatic smokes (Dhoopam).

Devadaru – Cedras Deodara

14.Maruvaka – Origanum Marjoram
Phala chandrayanamah – Maruvaka Patram Samarpayami|

  • These leaves are used with flowers to make garlands for its aroma. The essential oils are used for joint pains and also as a perfume to reduce the body odor.

Maruvaka – Origanum Marjoram

15.Sindhuvara (Vavilaku) – Viex Nigundo
Herambhayanamah – Sindhuvara Patram Samarpayami|

  • The flowers of this plant help to control Cholera and liver related problems. These leaves used in Ayurvedic Medicine preparations.

Sindhuvara (Vavilaku) – Viex Nigundo

16.Jaji (Jaji Malli) – Jasminum Grandiflorum
Surpa Karnayanamah – Jaji Patram Samarpayami|

  • It is widely cultivated as an ornamental plant in warm temperate and subtropical regions. These flowers have a strong smell and both the leaves and flowers seem to possess medicinal properties.

Jaji (Jaji Malli) – Jasminum Grandiflorum

17.Gandaki – Solonum Nigrum
Suragrajaayanamah – Gandaki Patram Samarpayami|

  • This plant’s leaves are used to treat mouth ulcers that happen during winter periods. It is known asmanathakkali keerai in Tamil Nadu and kaage soppu in Karnataka, and apart from its use as a home remedy for mouth ulcers, is used in cooking like spinach. In Assam, the juice from its roots is used against an asthma and whooping cough.

Gandaki – Solonum Nigrum

18.Shamee (Vanni) – Prosopis spicigera
Ibhavaktrayanamah – shamee Patram Samarpayami|

They offered worship to their weapons by bringing them down from the tree top, on the auspicious Vijayadashami day, before leading a battle against Kauravas.

Shamee (Vanni) – Prosopis spicigera

19.Ashwattha – Ficus Religiosa
Vinayakayanamah – Ashwattha Patram Samarpayami|

  • Ficus religiosa is used in traditional medicine for about 50 types of disorders including asthma, diabetes, diarrhea, epilepsy, gastric problems and inflammatory disorders, infectious and sexual disorders.

Ashwattha – Ficus Religiosa

20.Arjuna – Terminalia Arjuna
Sura Sevithayanamah – Arjuna Patram Samarpayami|

  • These leaves were introduced into Ayurveda as a treatment for heart disease. It is also used in the treatment of wounds, hemorrhages and ulcers applied topically as a powder. It is also an excellent medicine for Heart, it has the capability to even reduce heart failure.

Arjuna – Terminalia Arjuna

21.Arka – Calotropis Gigantea
Kapilayanamah – Arka Patram Samarpayami|

  • Its latex is applied over the gums to relieve a toothache. To treat cold, keep a leaf on the head and take bath. In Ayurveda, these leaves are used to treat leprosy, paralysis and 64 different diseases.

Arka – Calotropis Gigantea

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Plato – His Life and Quotes

Plato – His Life and Quotes

Do you know these are some of thinkers who had a one single tool to crack mysterious things of universe and tactics of nature, It’s Curiosity and questioning Philosophy behind things which occur in our daily life. Now we are living in modern and civilized environment here everything is predetermined and invented so far. But Plato’s age was an just beginning of human evolution. An modern cult is much different than their lifestyle.

One of the greatest philosophers to have ever lived on Earth was Plato. Even Plato’s mother, Perictione, is believed to be a descendant of an aristocrat named Solon. According to historians, Solon was a Greek statesman from 6th century BCE.

Greek philosopher and thinker Plato founded the Academy and is the author of philosophical works. Very less is gained about his life. Our today’s history evaluations tell Plato’s birth was around 428 B.C.E., but more modern scholars, outlining later events in his life, believe he was born between 424 and 423 B.C.E.

His works have heavily influenced the western culture. All his writings engrossed on a wide range of subjects counting philosophy of language, epistemology, cosmology, theology, deliberations on aesthetics, beauty, justice, equality and yes, political philosophy. Whatever information we have today about this great philosopher comes from historians who somehow achieved to come up with a detailed building of his live from his works. The problem was that of the lack of primary and dependable sources to provide an account of Plato’s life. We do not claim any authenticity about whatever we write here about Plato.

Plato’s impact on philosophy and the nature of humans has had a lasting influence far beyond his motherland of Greece. His work covered a broad spectrum of interests and ideas: mathematics, science and nature, morals and political theory. Socrates (yet another great philosopher) was his teacher and he was in turn, teacher of another great philosopher named Aristotle.


I personally like this quotes of plato…

“Every heart sings a song, incomplete, until another heart whispers back. Those who wish to sing always find a song. At the touch of a lover, everyone becomes a poet.” ― Plato

Only the dead have seen the end of war.
Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.
Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.
Wise men talk because they have something to say; fools, because they have to say something.
The measure of a man is what he does with power.
Your silence gives consent.
We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.
You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.
At the touch of love everyone becomes a poet.
One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors.


Meditations from the Tantras [A book review ]

Meditations from the Tantras [A book review ]

I start this post with blessings from my Guru Mathaji , Tantra is an ancient works deals with many systems which helped us to evolve at faster rate. Tantra need not be a a philosophy of Vedanta, It can be A scientific hymns,poems literature.

In that sense, Here i review about a book which is eye opener “Meditations from the tantras” . In this book we will learn about consciousness to higher levels of meditation. which gives important techniques of meditation with practical guide to achieve this techniques as perfect as possible.It is reference to Yoga,Pranayamas, Bandhas, Mudras and Kriya. This book is easy to read and understand, author captured all the aspects of meditation.

Meditations from the Tantras is a comprehensive work for beginners searching for a hand book.The things which are must for practitioner is given in this book. also the preparation that is necessary, this book provides an essential foundation to yoga for all advanced meditational techniques.

  • 367 pages
  • Soft cover
  • ISBN 81-85787-11-5
  • Language: English and Hindi

In this book guru had been divided the work into three major chapters,which i found very easy to understand each category.

1.The theory of meditation: In this category what is mediation ? science,spirit and meditation,meditation,health related things are beautifully given.the main article of yoga’s Psychic physiology and reprogram your mind topics are very impressive to read.

2.Preparation for meditation: instructions for all practical aspects are given in detail with some introductory knowledge 

3.Practices for meditation: many aspects of meditation,japa ajapa, mantra siddhi yoga,inner visualization are explained. 

Swami Satyananda Saraswati – Yoga teacher and guru. He was a student of Sivananda Saraswati, the founder of the Divine Life Society, and founded the Bihar School of Yoga in 1964.

Please do read this book.

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