Saturday, July 6, 2013

Suryakshetra 121 - Worldwide Tributes to the departed souls in Uttarakhand disaster

My dear friends and like minded persons
Please try to circulate to as many as possible so that each of us can contribute our best to the departed souls on the forthcoming Amvasya Tithi day. More over, those who are familiar with rituals and procedures, may offer tarpana also on that day. From our side, we are planning for all the programs.  

Dr P V Sesha Sai Aswamedhayaaji
Executive President – World Brahman Organization
#303, Vijetha Sanjeevani Apartments, 6-4-8, Musheerabad Main Road, Secunderabad A.P
500080,   Phones  Mobile 9440422613, landline 040-65581368,
2nd July  2013
Suryakshetra - 121
My dear friends and like minded persons
The recent disaster in Uttarakhand brought tears into the eyes of at least a few lakhs of people.  People in the Organized sector like families etc could establish the names of those missing and this has become the main base for the Government to calculate the number of deaths or missing persons.  Fine, this data would certainly help the world to know the death toll as per records.  But, Indian culture and style of life in India is different particularly in places of religious importance. 
How and on what basis any one can assess the EXACT death toll particularly of Sadhu and Sant those who do not posses any ration card; those who do not have adhaar card; those who do not have any kith and kin etc.  No one in India or elsewhere can establish the number of such persons  who keep themselves moving from place to place.  Particularly when Char Dham Yatra is opened, many Sadhu and Sant prefer to stay in these places, as they are of utmost religious importance.
Secondly, people who live on begging, get migrated to places like Char Dham etc., even they do not posses any ration card etc and these death shall naturally be innumerable in number. 
This is a peculiar situation and people who are Sadhu and Sants gather in innumerable number in India in any religious meet, as is seen in the recent Kumbh Mela. 
Hence it is logically concluded that the death toll shall go lakhs invariably, whether Government agrees or not.  NO STATISTICAL DATA SHALL BECOME POSSIBLE, since the dead bodies were also buried under lower layers of silt in the river. 
Keeping in view of all the aforementioned, it becomes our duty to pay tributes to such of those Sadhu, Sants who are pride of our Nation; besides those who died countless in number  - and the best time is mid day at 12 noon on the forthcoming Amavasya Tithi – Sunday,  the 7th July 2013.  All that we can do is 1) observing one minutes silence for keeping those souls rest in peace
2) offering food etc to poor people locally or offering of food materials to Cows, 3) THOSE WHO CAN AFFORD, PLEASE OBSERVE FASTING.
LET EACH OF US SHED A DROP OF TEARS ---------------------------MERA BHARAT MAHAAN                      Yours sincerely  
  Hara Hara Mahadeva     Dr P V Sesha Sai Aswamedhayaaji

Suryakshetra 120 ( The Ancient Indian Schooling Education - 64 kalas)

Dr P V Sesha Sai Aswamedhayaaji
Executive President – World Brahman Organization
#303, Vijetha Sanjeevani Apartments, 6-4-8, Musheerabad Main Road, Secunderabad A.P
500080,   Phones  Mobile 9440422613, landline 040-65581368,
28th June 2013
SURYAKSHETRA-120 (presumably, more than 120)  
My dear friends and like minded persons
It is long since I wrote a letter to you.  Many a times due to pressure of work load, I am not in a position to write informative letters, though I feel it pleasure in writing such letters. Anyway, this time, I am giving hereunder the 64 kala ( chatusashti Kala) which were taught to all students in the good olden days of India.  Let us see what exactly they were,  particularly during the conjunction time of the Dwapara and Kali Yug.  
The Indian originated children were taught all the following subjects during the period of their studentship at Gurukulam, which means, a kind of perfect training is given to each and every student and choice is given to the student to master themselves in any field of their liking.  But basically, each student is fundamentally trained in all subjects and a great degree of awareness of sciences was created in the younger generations. 
1) Itihas (science relating to history); 2) Agamam ( construction science of temples); 3) Kavyam ( literature); 4) Alankaaram ( sentence construction and usage); 5) Natakam (dramatic expressions); 6) Gayak (art of singing); 7) Kavitvam (Poetic Excellency); 8) Kaama Sastra ( Science relating to Sexual life); 9) Durodaram (gambling); 10) Des bhasha lipi (understanding different languages); 11) Lipi Karma ( science relating to vocabulary); 12) Vachakam ( way of expression); 13) Avadhanam (science of memory); 14) Shakunam ( predicting based on omens); 15) Samudrikam ( hand reading); 16) Swara Sastram (composition of singing methods); 17) Ratna Sastra ( gemology); 18) Radh Aswa Gaja Kausal (science relating to management of Horses, chariots and elephants); 19) Malla Sastra (wrestling); 20) Sooda Karma (cooking); 21) Dohadam (science relating to plants and its maintenance); 22) Gandha Vadam (chemistry); 23) Dhatuvadam ( Metallurgy); 24) Ghani Vadam ( Mining); 25) Rasa Vadam (alchemy); 26) Jalavadam (swimming); 27) Agni Stanbana (Fire Management); 28) Khadga Stanbana (archery); 29) Jalastanbana ( pranayam in waters); 30) Vak Stanbana ( controlling of usage of mouth); 31) Vayastanbana (health management); 32) Vasyam (art of winning hearts);
33) Akarshanam (art of self managerial body expressions); 34) Mohanam (controlling mobs); 35) Vidweshana (creating and avoiding conflicts); 36) Uchatanam ( self defense); 37) Maranam (controlling or ending enemies); 38) Kala Vanchanam ( from 26 to 37 are the arts of mesmerism); 39) Parakaya Pravesam (entering into other bodies); 40) Paduka Sidhi ( going to places of choice easily); 41) Vak Sidhi (attaining power of mantra); 42) Ghatika Sidhi ( fundamentals of usage of metals); 43) Indrajal ( magic); 44) Anjanam ( distant eye); 45) Drishti Vanchanam ( third eye); 46) Swara Vanchanam ( art of powerful singing for cherishing desires); 47) Mani Mantra Aushadha Sidhi ( a kind of ayurveda); 48) Chora Karma (art of catching thieves); 49) Chitra Kriya ( painting); 50) Loha Kriya ( using of different metals and their combination); 51) Asma Kriya ( art of Stone carving); 52) Mrit Kriya ( pottery); 53) Daru Kriya (carpentry); 54) Venu Kriya ( Handicraft) ; 55) Charma Kriya ( Leather technology); 56) Ambara Kriya ( textile technology); 57) Adrusya Karani (  art of disappearing); 58) Duti Karanam ( ambassadorship); 59) Mrigaya (hunting); 60) Vanijyam (commerce and trading); 61) Pasu Palyam ( animal husbandry); 62) Krishi (agricultural technology); 63) Aasava Karma ( Chair Making); 64) Prani Dyuta Kaushalam (art of managing animals).          
And that was India – Mera Bharat Mahaan.   Today, when we visit different places and look at the architecture of different temples, we are sure to know how best AN INDIAN WAS CIVILIZED and how best an Indian student was molded. 
In a so called advancement, we have almost lost all our treasures, particularly treasure of knowledge.
Let us feel proud of ourselves, our technology, our civilization, our knowledge, our past glory.  If possible let us rededicate ourselves into the past era and bring back our past glory, however, let us not give up modern sciences, modern technology – with which only we or our next generation,  can survive today and tomorrow.
Yours sincerely  
  Hara Hara Mahadeva
Dr P V Sesha Sai Aswamedhayaaji

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Suryakshetra 119 BIRTH DAY

Dr P V Sesha Sai Aswamedhayaaji
29th November 2012
Suryakshetra -119 (Are we aware of our calendar now?)
Knowingly or otherwise, most of us have become victims of – on going trends.  Surely – everyone has to admit that we have very rich culture and tradition.  For whatever reason it is, most unfortunately, we make our children to forget our traditions and culture – and THIS GENERATION AROUND THE AGE OF 30-50 ARE MOSTLY responsible for this undesirable trend.  Ask anyone in the family – from the father to the five year child about their birth date – surely we get an answer like 13th January this year or some such date.  Remember it is not according to our traditional Hindu calendar, it is purely on Christian Calendar.  I am not against the convenience of the world, I am surely against the trend of forgetting homeland culture and traditions and surrendering to western culture.  
We have been following a calendar since thousands of years, which gives us the lunar, sun as well star position on each day, Name of the year, the section of the year, The ritu or the season of the period, the month with its name, the bright or the dark fortnight, the star position, the Lunar Position basing on the Tithi, the name of the day and so on.  In one word, we would come to know lot many things.  In the Christian era, we do not find all this excepting the day, date, month and year. 
We should make our children know our calendar and each of us should know at least details regarding birth date as per HINDU CALENDAR.  Secondly Hindu system does not allow “putting off” the lights; we believe in PUTTING UP LAMPS and we celebrate Diwali worshiping lamps.  Putting Off the lamps is considered to be quite inauspicious in this country. Incidentally, children ARE ALLOWED to put off lights while cutting cakes. HINDUS, worship birth day – like Mahaveer Jayanthi, Gurunaanak Jayanthi, Datta Jayanthi, Vamana Jayanthi etc.  Hindus love the BIRTH DATE of these great personalities as per HINDU CALENDAR, and there is no system in Hinduism to worship any one on the day of their death.  We love to keep great personalities forever in our memories and keep THEM always alive – amidst us.     LET US HELP OURSELVES AND OUR CHILDREN TO RESPECT HINDU CALENDER ATLEAST FROM NOW ON, LET US CELEBRATE BIRTH DAY ONLY BASING ON THIS. Let us not PUT OFF lights and let us not put an end to the knowledge base of our children.   Let us educate our children from now on.     MERA BHARAT MAHAAN.
Quote: Hunger Makes Hard Beans Sweet.                                                                                                                                                      I shall be back again soon   Hara Hara Mahadeva                                                                              Dr P V SESHA SAI ASWAMEDHAYAAJI

Suryakshetra 118 On Dharmic Attitude

Dr P V Sesha Sai Aswamedhayaaji

Suryakshetra -118 (Philosophy of life with reference to Mahabharata)
Every Indian – by virtue of his birth in THE GREAT LAND OF INDIA – is a philosopher.  History proved that any person from Indian Origin did not capture others land or others properties.  The nature of “Dharmic Life” is inherited just by taking birth on this HOLY LAND.  “Live and let live” policy is not copied from other countries, it is purely an Indian nature of thinking, and probably others are allured and copied. 
Let us basically examine this concept “Kshanam Chittam Kshanam Vittam, Kshanam Jeevita Maavayo, Yamasya Karunaa Naasti, Dharmasya Twarita Gati   means mind may change quickly; Money and Property may disappear instantly; Life may come to end by 1/225 of a second; even dharmic attitude may get changed – therefore one should not wait to take the matter from RIGHT HAND TO LEFT HAND. Anything may happen in between. 
This is the greatest philosophy of Indian Origin, the moment, the matter, the mindset – might undergo changes with the intervention of even a fraction of a second.
During Mahabharata time, Lord Krishna desired to test Dana Karna, and when Lord Krishna asked for Daan, the great Dana Karna offered Lord Krishna with his left hand.  Lord Krishna questioned Dana Karna whether it is proper to offer Daan using left had, at that point of time, Dana Karna – mentioned the above sloka and said that he might not have that length of life to take the item of Daan from his left hand to right hand, hence he offered Lord Krishna using his left hand.  What a great philosophy, and how fortunate we are to take birth on this HOLY LAND.
Even Chanakya said “Sukhasya Moolam Dharmah, Dharmasya Moolam Ardhah, Ardhasya Moolam Raajyam, Raajyasya Moolam Indriya Jayam, Indriya Jayam Moolam Vinayah means with obedience one can reach “path of the duty” and with “Path of the duty” to “Sukham” – means purposeful, eventful, healthy (mind and body health) life.  MERA BHARAT MAHAAN.
Quote: Possibility or impossibility does not depend on the size of our goal, but surely depends on the size of our faith and dharmic attitude.
I shall be back again soon………………………………………………Hara Hara Mahadeva Dr P V SESHA SAI ASWAMEDHAYAAJI

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

suryakshetra 117

                 Dr P V Sesha Sai Aswamedhayaaji                                                                                                                                                                          26th November 2012
Suryakshetra -117 (On Sounds of Great Indian Origin)
What this little man speaks………………………………………………………………………………..
The world might not know much about the Indian Culture; Hinduism and various emotional, spiritual heights in the system of Hinduism.  The Vedas are constructed just on the basis of sounds; many a times unless and until one gets acquainted with Sanskrit – the basic of Hinduism, one cannot use the sound to derive the benefits out of it.  The sounds are generated from bottom level of “Nabhi” and this is one part and one can experience only when he gets involved into the systems.  Many a times, people do not believe whether “Sound” has that much effect.  Surely, it has; in a moment a sound can make any one shed tears; it can bring out at least 16 teeth out of a great smile or laugh; it can do many wonders. 
Still people many not believe it, but surely I do not write much on the Vedic Texts, but I can refer to History where the magical sounds of Indian Origin did wonders in the past.
The great Ragaas of Indian Classical Music which are directly connected to the Sound structures of Indian Origin – are the best live and historical examples. Shri  Galib – when he started Aaalapana of Bhairavi Raag – the members present in the court of the King heard – the roaring sounds of Rivers; during 1585, Shri Tansen – a great singer – when he started Aaalapana of Deepak Raag – the lamps in the court of the king automatically caught the light and started burning; when Shri Muttuswami Deekshitulu started Aaalapana of Amrit Varshini, suddenly there were clouds and it started raining.  Similarly, the composition of HINDOLA Raag is for Love and Affection; DEEPAK Raag in the evening times is for kindness; MEKHA Raag is for rains; SREE Raag is for Kind heartedness; MAALKOSU is for bravery and so on.
I have seen personally, when MAHANYAASAM is run in anyone’s house, lot of peace and emotional attachment amongst the family members was witnessed. 
Let us know more about ourselves, our culture, our traditions, our joint family system and our heritage. Surely, we get admired of our past, and feel like to continue to maintain – during the times ahead of us. There might be great nations with more rich culture, but we – GREAT INDIANS ARE SECOND TO NONE.
I shall be back again soon………
Quote: Problems arises in life when we over estimates others or the problems and under estimate ourselves.