Aspiration for wealth is Differentiates human from animal

Aspiration for wealth Differentiates human from animal
Aspiration for sustainability differentiates an agrarian folk from a pirate or nomad

Monday, June 27, 2016

What is the scientific date of Mahabharata war?

Ancient India: What is the scientific date of Mahabharata war?

Abhinav Bansal and Gajesh Namdev requested my answer to this question. 6 hour ago.

First I just passed it knowing full well the relevance of it. But these both guys caught me red handed ignoring most significant fact of our nation’s pride.

Now come to the bare facts first.

If we explore anything in scientific manner we have to ask step by step and replicate the findings. If our findings come repeatedly in same manner we can say confidently it is an acceptable fact.

On the basis of the fact we can build upon our next inquiry and next and next. This way we can conclude anything with full confidence. (Because of it is based upon our findings)

But in the absence of such process there are very great chances of endless fiction and fantasies dominate our minds and can cause a friction in between various components of the society.

So we have large part of patience on our side to explore in systematic way answers of following questions.

What should I do today for the betterment of my country?
What is Mangal Sutra?
What was the boundary of Ancient India?
Where Ancient India connects with the outside world?
What was the salutation used at that time in Ancient India?
How world knows about Ancient India before 2500 c.e. years?
What causes Ancient India to dominate thoughts of the world?
What is our perception of civilization?
How we can define civilization in better way?
What are expectations from a good civilization by its citizens?
Was ramayan or Mahabharata had link with Indus valley civilization?
In what generic name residents of Ancient India were called in that era?
Why most old age persons not able to stand upright?
Is the science, history, engineering education and museums hoax?
How does some story become epics?
Where we can find statues of Rana Sanga?
Among Pakistan and ISIS who has shaky foundation today?
Was Alexander also won China and Sri Lanka in the course of becoming “conqueror of known world”?
Did Alexander the Great know about China or Sri Lanka?
How did Hampi became bigger than Paris in size
How ruler emerged?
Why ruler (king) was desired in any society?
Who subscribed first the Bhagyavad?
Who subscribed first the Bhaktivad?
How India amassed so much concentration of arable land?
How and why Bhakti Marg emerged in India?
Before Bhagyavadi thoughts what dominated Indian minds?
How n when fate Kismet Bhagya emerged in Indian thought process?
What are the causes that young India embraces English?
What was the value of precious stones in barter trade?
What was the use of buttons in Indus valley civilization?
Spear was invented for whom? Horse rider or foot solders? Where it used mostly?
Warfare: Was Dhanush meant for the army of horse rider or foot solders?
What wood was most preferred for making of Dhanush and why?
If horse domesticated in 4000 BC then how Ashwamedh Yagya could be done before that?
What were acceptable value/things for horse trade?
How could have been few Stupas in China were built by Ashoka?
Which animal was domesticated first: camel, horse, or sheep?
With modern scientific discovery techniques, how could we date initiation of Simhasth?
Why trickling water does provided upon the Shiv Ling in temples?
What is the real benefit of dipping in Parva of Simhasth?
In which year was our grandfather’s grandfather born?
How easily could we name our father of our grandfather’s grandfather?
How do you think the citizens of India can help build the Indian economy?
What are the drawbacks of centralized monetary system?
What are the consequences of OROP in respect of business?
What could be possible with OROP arrears in next two year?
OROP how it will impact nation’s culture?
How OROP will impact Indian society?
Chronologically which predates Ramayana Era or Mahabharata Era?
Ajay Saxena's answer to What are some generally unknown facts about Ancient India?
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Is some fresher willing to volunteer for 4 weeks in Simhasth Ujjain?
What must be remembered to organize a successful Quora meet up?
What was the significance of Ancient India in contemporary global environment?
Ajay Saxena's answer to What are some bigger secrets of Vedic Life of Ancient India?
Ajay Saxena's answer to If faith and fear is the one axis, what are the other axis?
Now we have about 66 steps to accomplish our answer.

If we put exhaustive commentary upon these answers of this series here; the page going to become so heavy that normal Quora user who reading this, upon his or her mobile in our great network situations....

So explore it in digestible bites and pieces

The ancient Bharat was not limited by foothills of Himalaya but existed much beyond the Himalayas where even dead body of human could not decompose due to its atmosphere like the refrigerator in your kitchen.
Archaeological excavations in entire Indus valley civilization and all other places contemporary to that era in the entire world we had not found single wheel of Rath or any statue of those legendary epic characters.
When we found buttons in excavations of Indus valley civilization why it was not used in the dressing material of Ramayana and the Mahabharata characters?

There was a guy (lived in between 1010-1055 current era) from central India but mobilised resources from most of India (the four corners) to redevelop the Somnath Hindu temple which was sacked by Mahmud of Ghazni.
At its zenith, his kingdom extended from Chittor in the north to Konkan in the south, and from the Sabarmati River in the west to Vidisha in the east.
The establishment of the Bhoj Shala, a centre for Sanskrit studies, is attributed to him.
He also has constructed Bhojeshwar Temple in Bhojpur (in a city founded by him) is the only surviving temple that can be ascribed to him with certainty.
We could not understand why such guy is so much so adamant about the Ramayana and the Mahabharata characters that not a single statue or even a place for them found in so big temple complexes.
We all admire for one piece of superb metallurgy for the rust-resistant composition of the metals used in its construction.

We have the place from where this originated. It is located in central India mostly ruled or administered by dominating Hindus.
This place is also existed today we can visit and see why such strong culture does not shows a single character of Ramayana and the Mahabharata while have statues in relief sculpture of Hindu god Śiva liṅga, Ardhnarishwara, boar-headed Varaha and Narasimha.
Just like after release of film Sholay Directed by Ramesh Sippy on 15 August 1975 we have more kids in that track named Gabbar Singh than just previous generation.

We have another guy named Krishnadevaraya (lived between 26 July 1509–1529) from south India who ruled a state of which just capital was three time larger than the Paris.
On the basis of exploring above questions and facts we can safely mark the date of creation of the epics in between 1055 current era to 1509 CE.

Monday, May 16, 2016

Is it true that forefathers of majority of the Muslims, living in India today, were Hindus? If yes, why did they accepted Muslim religion? Whether they accepted Muslim religion willingly or forcibly?

Ajay Saxena, I want to let Indians know about soul of India; Founder:
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Is it true that forefathers of the majority of the Muslims, living in India today, were Hindus?

If we see this question in the perspective

What makes us Hindu or Muslim?

  • Neither Hindu nor Muslim has any liberty to choose their forefathers.
  • What is the use of wasting our time in proving one argument against other?
  • Both of these are the offspring of much bigger global evolution.
  • At the particulate time at particular circumstances, they were born.

Neither you nor me are responsible for that incident.

Bigger question should be asked is;

is the objective of the birth has any relevance today?

And if our answer is yes then what it is?
How logically can we prove it?

Take an example

In a water pool, one person is bathing.
Another guy came from the outside and addressed the bathing guy by the name of Nanga

Another outsider came, first outsider introduced to second the bathing person as a Nanga (which is what at that time he was)

Now consider after few minutes when the bathing person came out of pool robed in his attire but both the outsiders still referencing him as Nanga (the name given by them)

The birth of the name Hindu has happened just like that.

  1. When some pirates came across the Sindhu Nadi they addressed the people across the river as Hindu neither the person in pool know the meaning of Nanga nor the people living in the subcontinent knows about the name of Hindu.
  2. The people living across river Sindhu in the subcontinent were mostly adopted the agrarian system of economy.
  3. The persons came Crossing River Sindhu were the mentality of pirates or nomads.
  4. In the agrarian system, we learned the importance of gene pool.
  5. Because of that, we have the culture of “Atithi Devo Bhava” .
  6. We always welcome new verities of species, thought, people with open heart.
  7. Because we know it will increase our sustainability, our wealth our biodiversity, our wealth of new perspectives.
  8. Because of that in entire Indus valley civilization, we found not a single sword.
  9. Because we believed in welcoming our guests, we were not fearful of them.
  10. We have not the mentality of paucity which was the root cause of the fight, we have the abundance of wealth created by our adherence of Karnyog.
  11. Our wealth allured to all ambitious nomad and pirate of the world to come here.

If we call a person in the name of Nangs in above example what it has any significance after a few minutes out of the pool?

Same if we call and fight in the name of Hindu and Muslim what significance it gives to our life, wealth, in our prosperity?

In practical terms we can say most of the Muslims emerged from this subcontinent were sons of agrarian mothers like the builder of Taj Mahal; Shah Jahan a son of Rajkumari Shri Manavati Baiji Lall Sahiba, urf Jodha Bai.

To know how that happened refer Ajay Saxena's answer to How did some Rajputs become Muslim?

Thursday, March 17, 2016

देवो भव:

Devo Bhav

If we see the current global situation of humans, we see
More than 93% of adults in Africa own less than USD 10,000, and 95% of adults in India fall in this range. Meanwhile, the fraction is 62% in China, 45% in Europe and 27% in North America. On the other hand, 25% of adults in Europe and 40% in North America have wealth above USD 100,000. The wealth distribution in both Latin America and the Asia-Pacific region closely resembles the pattern in the world as a whole, and both regions show more than 70% of all adults owning less than USD 10,000 Source:
The major cause of this is the majority of the population still tied with a dogma of living in paucity, chanting and clapping of few con artists or in other words superstars.
They may be demigods or persons promoted by propaganda experts.
We have enough leaders of various fields, who want you to remain poor, debt-ridden, sick, and fearful, subsidy/ reservation/ employment beggar.
Because of the habit ingrained in the minds of the most population; destiny for most of the persons remains in the hands of very few influencers like a mafia, pirates, politicians, bureaucratese, sinecure, gods, gurus, fathers, or irresponsible greedy business tycoons.

What are we doing?

When someone ask us how are you? We just tell them fine.
Had we thought about the pollution around us, debt upon our family, our municipality, our state government, our central government?
Had we checked the health of our near and dear ones? Had we asked our mother what is their hidden expectation's from us? Had we asked from our spouse or kids what are their dreams?
Had we are wealthy more than bill gates or warren buffets?
But we just tell without thinking we are fine.
And to whom we are lying; just our well-wisher; who really asked about our situation. He or she may be our friend, relative, co-worker, colleague, fellow traveller or just a plain accomplice.
By this type of lying routinely what we are promoting in our society??
Ignorance, irresponsibility?


Just to remain static in our cocoon of a paltry comfort zone. Just like a frog in the pan filled with water heating slowly and causing slow but assured death in the pan.

We may tell everybody had to die in his or her life.

Ok agreed.
But had we not died several times already morally; when we bribed someone at traffic square, clerk at some government office, to an education mafia for some admission, to a job mafia for some employment or promotion, doctor to have an examination at home for our near or dear one or to a consultant in the name of ….
Now consider the situation of India.
According to government data, we have population of this nation on 30th September 2010 in various age groups as follows
Age    Persons
7    24826640
8    26968373
9    23424638
10    30552107
11    24740946
12    27877307
13    24280683
14    25258169
15    25899454
16    24592293
17    21217467
18    27958147
19    20859088
20    28882735
Total    357338047
This data shows that in the 13 to 26 years age group in 2016 we have here youth population more than the entire population of united states.(to be precise 110% of entire population of the US)
  1. The mouth of an adult contains 32 teeth around one tongue
  2. Our nation contains 85 cror adults In 32 Lac Square Kilometre
  3. Currently, approximately Electricity costs @Rs2.5 per unit,
  4. Water @10 paisa per litre and Gold 2800 per germ or Rs. 28 lac per kilogram
  5. The combination of time + Nature and surrounding situation called Ecosystem
  6. Nature had given in last 365 days to each adult capturable
  7. Sun energy 10 lac unit
  8. 10 lac unit X 2.5= Rs.25 lac
  9. Water 30 lac litre
  10. 30 lac X 10 paisa per litre =Rs.3 lac
  11. Or
  12. Rs.25 lac+ Rs.3 lac= Rs. 28 lac
  13. In other words
  14. Nature sent to each adult
  15. Pure gold bricks of one kilogram
  16. Via sunshine and rain to
  17. Every Indian adult
  18. Nature still giving the sunshine
  19. Will also give rain 
So by becoming aware of our surroundings and behaving in a sensible manner we end up in the territory of the abundance of wealth for everyone.
In this situation if we consider in next 6 to 7 years if this youth became the donor in place of a recipient of wealth; what will happen?
We have around 17 cror young couples capable enough to support a family of about ten members.
This will in turn support a population of 170 crore in supreme luxuries with the abundance of food, recreation, entertainment, other physical, sociological luxuries of the world.
Here we can salute our fellows DevoBhav by making them aware of their surroundings.

Would you please start from today saluting your fellows by Devo Bhav?
Would you mind to share this with your social network?

Devo Bhav salutation initiative

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

What are some of India's best contributions to the world?

Very few Sensibly attributable things we can claim as the initiations of this (geographic) sub continent except empathy, Yog, Aayurved, Vyaakaran (grammar) Rural and urban planning.
Some other not in limelight but significant are as follows
  1. Wootz steel.
  2. Living without fear.
  3. Concept of Karmvad
  4. Dignity to women folk
  5. Controlled sexual behavior.
  6. Peaceful sustainable life style.
  7. Values for Sustenance of the family.
  8. Transmutation of sex in greater pursuit
  9. Systematically living in the territory of abundance.
  10. System of governance based upon egalitarian justice.
  11. Trade practices interlinked with social responsibilities
  12. Way to achieve self actualization without harming others.
  13. Increasing immunization via maas pre planned activities.
  14. Lifestyle wholly dependent upon agrarian system of economy
Initiation: from 2000 generation
Circle of influence: 50 generation back, sporadically till now beyond the circle                              215,301
Also see
In 1835, even Lord Macaulay, the British historian and politician had to admit before the British Parliament: “I have travelled across the length and breadth of India and I have not seen one person who is a beggar, who is a thief. Such wealth I have seen in this country, such high moral values, and people of such calibre… the very backbone of this nation, which is her spiritual and cultural heritage…..”
Source: page 1
Wootz steel was the pinnacle of Indian science & technology which has not rivaled by anyone of the world till 1857

For Concrete evidence to support it; please do read
We can also listen one foreigner in this video about scientific advancements of India.

  1. Maavadu, Achaar or pickle which kept us healthy in our long sea voyage (several millenniums before invention of the vitamin c)
  2. Production and trade of ornaments, necklace, by drilling, polishing of precise stones, pearls etc
  3. Curing toothache by drilling cavity in them to fill medicine or remove cause of ache (in Mehrgarh it was proven archaeologically several millenniums ahead when rest of world still living in Stone Age.)
Image courtesy: Indus Valley Civilisation
List will go endlessly but it would be better to understand the process and motives behind the achievement in place of just bragging loud mouth.

Here are few pertinent questions we have to answer first.
  1. What we meant by some bigger secrets?
  2. What was Vedic Life?
  3. What were the geographic boundaries of Ancient India?
  4. Is Vedic life restricted only in Ancient India?

Now we take one by one the questions to answer.

1. What we meant by some bigger secrets?
  • Any which secret is big until we do not know cause behind that secret.
  • The moment we know it; it automatically lost significance of it.
  • Just like before seeing the movie secret
  • we do not know how to get success quickly?
  • or take another example.
  • Until we do not know the volume of water increases when it freezes; bursting of iron pipes or burning of green shoots or even entire crops was just a mystery.
  • Or till we do not know volumetric expansion of water we do not know the cause of ballooning of Roti, Bhature or Poori as soon as she got the company of fire.
  • So my answer would look like just common sense here as per our previous knowledge because we know very well the causes of them.
2. What was Vedic Life?
Vedic Life is only application of “Karmyog” and was governed by the utterance of words (truly experienced by oneself) with supporting hands on experiment just opposite to modern day practical which lack verbal communication in the so-called disciplined environment of our school or college.
3. What were the geographic boundaries of Ancient India?
  • Here the question in itself contradictory because in the Vedic period there was not any geographic boundary which could be identified as India.
  • To understand formation of India Take an example
  • In a water pool one person is bathing.
  • Another guy came from the outside and addressed the bathing guy by the name of Nanga
  • Another outsider came, first outsider introduced to second the bathing person as a Nanga (which is what at that time he was)
  • Now consider after few minutes when the bathing person came out of pool robed in his attire but both the outsiders still referencing him as Nanga (the name given by them)
  • The birth of the name Hindu is happened just like that.
  • When some pirates came across the Sindhu Nadi they addressed the people across the river as Hindu neither the person in pool know the meaning of Nanga nor the people living in the subcontinent knows about the name of  Hindus then Indus then India
4. Is Vedic life restricted only in Ancient India?
  • The so-called Ancient India was never the boundary of restriction of Vedic life. Our brothers who adopted nomadic life has got by hearing (decoupled by hands-on-experience) the utterance and chanted them aimlessly just to fill their boring nomadic life thinking it has some invisible powers.
  • They were the early adopters of Bhaktivad.
  • In this process the verbal part of knowledge reached up to Siberia, Germany and all the Asia, Europe.
  • The people living across river Sindhu in the subcontinent were mostly adopted agrarian system of economy (dominated by concept of Karmyog.) The persons who came Crossing River Sindhu were the mentality of pirates (dominated by concept of Bhagyavad).
  • If we call a person in the name of Nanga in above example what it has any significance after a few minutes out of pool?
  • Same is happened with Bharat Varsh in the name of Hindustan, India.
  • Varsh is the monsoon cycle of global voyages. That was the natural boundary of people knows something about Vedic life.
  • Because of this we found a lot of similarities in archaeological findings in most continents.
Now we come to our primary question
What are some bigger secrets of Vedic Life of Ancient world?
One most important secret was the inherent ability of copyright; lacking any chance of corruption and misrepresentation.
  • All the knowledge flown via parents to kids’ generation after generation coupled with hands on experience (evolved in real-time).
  • Because of that we never cared about scripting anything but owning best of best ecologically sensitive technologies in our common folks.
  • The cause of our wealth was the hands-on knowledge of our ecosystem not copy of foreign things or piracy of them.
2 Second most important secret is the absence of scriptures. Vedic Life was first priority of folks living and adopting agrarian system of economy while second priority for the people adopting nomadic system of economy. In agrarian system of economy relevance of knowledge is based upon up to date evolution of microclimate not mass generalization of concepts like in pirate culture of economy.
3 Third most important secret was gene pool diversity. In the agrarian system we learned the importance of it. Because of that we have the culture of “Atithy Devo Bhav we always welcome new verities of species, thought, people with open heart. Because we know it will increase oursustainability, our biodiversity, our wealth of new perspective.
4 Fourth most important secret was absence of fears We have not the mentality of paucity which was the root cause of fight, we has abundance of wealth created by our adherence of Karmyog (knowledge coupled by hands-on-experience was the gist of Ved which is foundation of Karmyog )
Because of that in entire Indus valley civilization
Image courtesy: Indus Valley Civilisation
we found not a single sword. Because we believed in welcoming of our guests, we were not fearful from them.
Because of it we never mind to build any which fort to protect us from enemy. The advent of pirate culture of economy triggered wide scale construction of forts in the world.

Indus script

  • All the scripture things are the inventions of nomad system of economy and flourished in presence of pirate system of economy.
  • Scriptures has no value in the agrarian system of economy.
  • As the Indus valley civilization belongs more to agrarian system of economy finding any meanings of the seals is just futile venture for pirate mentality people.
  • In current era when so called graduates accepting they do not know the language of this era how in sane mind one can ask to a passerby central Asian or European carvan about any communication with language or scripture.
  • It is so simple then to identify things with picture just like depicting what is inside the sealed container.
  • The portion of seal with bigger image just tells what is inside and the small images show what is acceptable in barter of that material from the receiver of the container.
  • Today in India we can find ordinary shopkeepers keep their representative trade items just in front of their shop or community. Or put upon signboard the images of their merchandize.
  • Archeological findings are just certificates of failure of mankind in the sense they missed the arrival of catastrophic end of their habitats.

Human Evolution

  • In the human evolution process first we were hunters just like pirates then we domesticated animals became nomad. 
  • Further in evolution cycle we invented agriculture from our observations during gathering habits and became agrarian folk.
  • So in human advancement agrarian system of economy was the zenith of sustainable systems.
  • While in nomadic life or pirate system of economy fear, uncertainty and doubts are predominant motivators for taking any action.

Which food item cannot be adulterated and is healthy for us?

  • In the detail section affirmation of the possibility of adulteration is in itself a proof of the least probability.
  • But here is an antidote of it.
  • We have lot of sages living in Himalayas (Tibet) eating fruits plucked or picked from the canopy of trees, shrubs or herbs.
Image courtesy:Mahavatar Babaji
  1. Really very small amount of food require sustaining a healthy peaceful life in India.
  2. The Secret is harmony in thought and physical activity of us. (Which called Yog)
  3. The moment our energy intake and off take synchronized with the thought process of abundance, peace,purpose fullness of one’s life (strictly in positive direction) our requirement reduce substantially.
  4. To keep body in perfect living condition in peaceful environment very little energy actually required.
  5. This could easily be taken from the sun, the fresh aromatic air, water, naturally grownup herb, shrub, trees etc.
  6. The moment artificiality start dominating our thoughts; glands which secretes various hormones in our bloodstream becomes hyperactive to mitigate the situation (of the ecosystem)
  7. Just imagine when you become in charge of a large stock of your favorite dish to be distributed to your beloved mass for entire day at some auspicious occasion.
  8. Despite it is your favorite dish the quantity and responsibility makes you so much so satisfied that even without gulping a single piece you become completely satisfied provided the process of f its distribution go smoothly.(this is the power of abundance)
  9. The moment we accept the abundance in our thought habits which called in yogic language Dharana or replace physical equivalent with strong thoughts which called Pratyahar even poison provides necessary energy to survive ( condition is we already travelled the yogic path all the way from Yam, Niyam, Asan, Pranayam, Pratyhaar, Dharana to Dhyan)
  10. In conclusion it is not the physical adulteration but environmental adulteration which includes our thought process, eco system {which is again nature, era and situation} affects our wellbeing.
  11. Just isolating oneself from the artificiality of everything gives tremendous power to survive (that’s preexists in our DNA called as survival instinct)
  12. So positive thoughts and purposeful life are only at our disposal as the right kind of energy source for our survival. This same item on Earth cannot be adulterated and is even healthy for us?
If the life sustaining mechanisms are kept healthy and if the process of cell renewal is kept intact, a human being could be kept alive for an infinite time. Genes are immortal so there is no inevitability of bodily death.
Our physical body is nourished by blood. The latter provides oxygen to the entire body. Oxygen and other nerve fluids sustain consciousness in the body. All this is accomplished through emotions. It is the thoughts and emotions that give rise to secretions of hormones. These hormones control the metabolic processes within the body. Therefore, it appears that the responsibility of keeping the body healthy rests with our emotions and thoughts which are the real essence of life.

Monday, November 9, 2015

What best Dipawali gift I can give to my unemployed friends?

Tremendous thought provoking question even persons sitting at the helm of nation would avoid answering.

But here is my two cents.
If we start to use our time wasted by our brain when we urinate we may nurture our curiosity in that time slot.
We may think about just one question like this.
We have another time wasting habit by our mind which occupies our prime slot of toilet.
If we just think about any question raised by our fellow citizen and try to resolve that in that time slot only.
We may have hundreds of answers in our hand.

This would be the best ever gift we can give to our beloved unemployed friend.