Saturday, May 26, 2012

Suryakshetra 108 Time UP

Dr P V Sesha Sai Aswamedhayaaji
Web:, 09440422613       USA Direct Number 8129613700       21st May 2012
What this little man speaks…
FUNNY: 1) Pizza reaches home faster than Ambulance and Police, 2) Rice costs Rs.40 plus a kg, while Mobile sim card is free, 3) The foot wear we wear is sold in Air Conditioned malls, when the vegetables we eat are sold on foot path, 4) We make lemon juices with artificial flavors, while the dish wash liquids are with real lemon,   What a wonder!
I was writing about the time factor sometime ago and I was not convinced about the present Gregorian calendar that we are following. Nothing wrong in following Christian era, since convenience is the fundamental factor.  But that does not mean that Calculation of time started only with this phenomenon.  Sometimes, it is quite difficult to realize and assimilate the truth.  Thousands of years ago, even much before that when we make a reference to Ramayana Times, week days, lunar circles were taken into consideration for calculating time.  One great personality in between was Shri Bhishma Pitamah during Mahabharat time, who did lot of research on the Time Calculations.  The Christian era calculations – touched, years-months-fortnights-weeks-days-hours-minutes-seconds and that’s all.  It is quite convenient to remember to the extent of these calculations. 
But the Indian Calculations which were thousands of years much – much prior to Christian era makes us to a spell bound silence and eye lids up with all surprise. 1) Paramaanu x 2 = Anu; 2) Anu x 3 = Trasarenu; 3) Trasarenu x 3 = Truti; 4) Truti x 100 = Vedha; 5) Vedha x 3 = Lavam; 6)   Lavam x 3 Nimesham; 7) Nimesham x 3 = Kshanam; 8) Kshanam x 5 = Kaashta; and so on. 
Please note that Truti is the one element which is measured for the LIFE to leave the Physical body.  Let us correlate and equate with the modern time calculation, one Kshanam as referred in (7) above, is 12/5 second.  Perhaps it might be clear for us now that our ancient calculations are much beyond the capacities of the modern and scientific calculators.  It was in those days when no tool for measurement was available and each and every part of the time was to be invented and measured.  That is the greatness of our ancient sages and traditions.  Another Interesting time calculation of Ancient India will be presented to you all in the next letter.
I desire to present a valuable information way back to 1890s when the East India Company released a coin of Goddess Durga with her ten hands and it was nothing but a posture of Mahishaasura Mardani.  Photograph will be presented for the benefit of readers.    
Little Fun this time: - Why did a music teacher need a ladder – to reach high nodes perhaps
What are the two things one cannot have at one time - Breakfast and Dinner Perhaps?
What did “baby corn” say to “Mom Corn” -- Where is “Papa (Pop) Corn perhaps
Why always serious topics and why not some fun now and then…………I will be back soon.
       Hara hara mahadeva Dr P V SESHA SAI ASWAMEDHAYAAJI

Suryakshetra 107 Mera Bharat Mahan

Dr P V Sesha Sai Aswamedhayaaji
Web:,  09440422613       USA Direct Number 8129613700       21st May 2012
What this little man speaks…
Opening quote:  1) we have to realize a purpose when we meet. For every purpose we meet, some will test us, some will teach us, and some will use us, and someone will bring the best in us.
2) There is no wine if grapes are not crushed, no perfume if flowers are not crushed. Any pressure in life, God is bringing the best out of us.
What a fine democracy I enjoy in India? I have all religious democracy; democracy to express my feelings and many such.  When I talk about India – our Mother Land, naturally I may have to talk about Hinduism, as it is an inherent current in every Indian.  Most of us visit temples, mosques, churches as we have been given the freedom, and an atheist is from and within us.  Go to a temple, don’t go; Pray some God or otherwise or don’t pray; walk on a fire or walk onto the hills restlessly to visit temples; but still we are Hindus.  There has not been a single case in the History where Hindus went out of India in capturing some other Nation.  We respect a stone; an animal; a structure of any religion; donate food (annadaana) to a person of any religion; treat a person as a human being of any religion; respect ladies, respect children, respect aged with all softness that is required; and we follow a code that has been injected into our blood since thousands of years. We do not believe in destruction.  It might be a fact that due to several foreign cultures forcibly thirst on us due to invasions etc, to some extent, the culture is degraded or diluted.  Never any Indian wants to be indebted either financially or otherwise, and it is an inherent vision.  Indians do restlessly try to remain un-indebted, since we fear for debts.  We know how best to live within the limited means. We love JOINT FAMILY SYSTEM- a wonderful peaceful co-existence, living together sharing all pleasures------ is our STRENGTH, and never we had a nuclear family in the yester years.  
“The strength of the chain is determined with its weakest link” -    might be there are certain fundamental weaknesses which are the best sources for other religions to impress upon people for forcible conversions into other religions. Whatever it is, ONLY and ONLY – as an Indian, as a proud Hindu – we all enjoy the religious democracy.  Let us cover up our flaws if any known or unknown. Let us not confine ourselves to a temple, or a mosque or a church etc, let our vision be strong enough. Let us try to retain our position as MASTERS OF TRADITIONAL VALUES AND RICH CULTURE.
 We do not produce films which shows different weapons leading to brutal killings; we do not produce films which show different manifested animals or Dracula for just thrill; We do not produce films on how best to run after treasures and money; we only show sentimental, emotional social pictures – with all lovely music so that each of us sing the song even when the song is 50 years old. This speaks of our culture and tradition. All these evidently show that we have no terroristic vision of destruction.  We have no “merchants of Venice” to cut any person physically towards discharge of debts. Let us live like proud Indians and let us respect Mother Land and its culture, tradition, to which ever religion we belong to.  Let us visit our ancient temples or structures  and let us look at the marvelous carvings and let us see God in the sweating of the stone carver of those days.  Let us look at ruins and identify whether any stone carved do speak of its pain in yester years.  We – as Indians – can identify such tears and we have such STRENGTH.                Closing quote: Prayer is not to lighten our burden, but to strengthen our back.       Hara hara mahadeva Dr P V SESHA SAI ASWAMEDHAYAAJI

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Dr P V Sesha Sai Aswamedhayaaji
9440422613                         11th May 2012
What this little man speaks…
Opening quote:  1) The great risk in life is not taking any risk. In life, people rarely regret when they tried and did not succeed. They surely regret when they never tried.                                                                        
2) Hope sees the invisible; feels the intangible; and achieves the impossible.  Let us not give up HOPE.
I really fear that some day, in due course of time, people of this Holy Mother Earth, are surely struggle to find out a piece of land for agricultural purposes; for their survival; and  land for constructions of own houses and so on. Let us assume that today the global population is around 700 crores in other words 7000 million.  Forget about a 100 crores or 1000 million population of India who incidentally- and mostly belong to Hindu religion where the dead bodies are burnt to ashes and not buried.  On an average each person needs 4 yards of space after death, if for any reason, someone of some religion, prefers to bury the dead body.  Now let us examine what would be the space required on this mother earth just as on today for burying the bodies.  6000 million multiplied by 4 yards or say 5 yards – it comes to 30000 million yards which means more than 6 million acres are a must if we choose to bury the bodies.  This multiplication is inter-related to birth which is again a fast growing phenomenon.  Each child born needs extra additional space.  How and where from?
In the recent past, I saw in news papers that in some towns and villages in India as well in many foreign countries, local administration expressed its helplessness to provide burial ground or space for burying the bodies.  We have already crossed a danger mark since burial grounds are occupying huge space in towns/cities and villages.  They are also causing lot of obstruction for  infrastructure facilities like laying up new roads etc. It is a very sensitive matter and the problem can be understood easily once WE ALL LOOK AS THIS AS HUMAN BEINGS NOT BELONGING TO ANY CASTE OR RELIGION.  Particularly in India, many roads could not be widened to catch up to the increasing demands only and only on account of burial grounds.  I am not talking about any religion or religious sentiments; nor I prefer to make any comment. 
After all WE ARE ALL HUMAN BEINGS INITIALLY and later attached ourselves to some religion or the other and there are many reasons for interchange of our religions.  Whatever it is, we must foresee the comforts of our next generation.  Beyond the religious faiths, let us all contribute something towards peaceful and comfortable living standards of our next generations instead of catching hold of religious faiths.  Let us not make our next generations to live in burial grounds. ONE SHOULD TRUST THAT WE HAVE ONLY ONE LIMITED and VERY SCARCE  RESOURCE and THAT IS – EARTH.  How best we use, is our choice.
Let us all apply reason for our religious faiths, and let us all try to burn the bodies of the dead  to ashes in view of environmental critical situations.  The next generation shall not surely feel proud of the present generation – when we forcibly pass on only burial grounds to them.
Closing quote: When people hurt us again and again, let us think of them as SAND PAPERS, for the reason, at the end, we are polished and SAND PAPER is finished.       Hara hara mahadeva  Dr P V SESHA SAI ASWAMEDHAYAAJI

Dr P V Sesha Sai Aswamedhayaaji
21st  April 2012
Suryakshetra ………….(might be 105 – Please confirm if any of you have all the series)
What this little man speaks…
Opening quote: Hate has 4 letters, so does love. Enemies have 7 letters, so does friends. Lying has 5 letters, so does truth. Hurt has 4 letters, so does heal.  Transformation of negative energy into positive makes life successful. 
Hello everyone.  This is from the folders of Suryakshetra, which most of you admiringly received since several years – either hard copy prior to networking system OR E mail letters. This year, the most sacred AKSHAYA TRITIYA falls on 24th April 2012 and it is Tuesday and incidentally the star – Rohini which is of Moon.  I could not give number to this edition since number tracking is missing.  However all efforts are made to post one copy in the and this blog contains lot of valuable information on different topics. 
During 2004, one mail was sent focusing on the same topic and it is available in a different blog and for the information of readers, the blog link is produced instead of reproducing the information.  Please go through the blog and do not miss any opportunity of worshiping Goddess.  One cannot confidently say that he has no desires or wants, the least any one might wish being desiring co living beings – either a tree; or a bird; or a fellow human being;  to live peacefully and purposefully.    In all practicality, it is a belief that the desires or wants gets fulfilled by worshiping Goddess on this special occasion.  Let us live purposefully and let us make all to live comfortably, contributing our best to the society. 
Closing quote: On a rainy day, mother went to pick her son from school thinking that her son will fear for the lightening and she found her son smiling at the sky, on an enquiry, her son said, “Mummy, God is taking a Picture of mine and I need to look good, therefore I am smiling”.