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L783 Hindi Diwas

Essence of Pa-varga the fifth set of letters in the Sanskrit / Devnagri alphabet.

Hindi is not just a language like others in the world. It has deeper connotations and one can gain knowledge of these only by gaining knowledge from our vedic scriptures.

Letters Pa, Pha, Ba, Bha and Ma are the fifth set of letters in Devnagari alphabets. Look how deeper connotations they have.

Pa stands for ‘Parishrama’ = hard work. Every little entity in this world is struggling very hard for its maintenance and survival.

Pha stands for ‘phena’ = foam. When a horse works very hard, foam comes out of its mouth. Similarly when we are tired from working hard, our tongue may become dry and some foam forms in our mouth.

Ba represents ‘bandhan’ = bondage. In spite of all our efforts, we remain bound up by the ropes of this material world.

Bha stands for ‘bhaya’ = fear. In material world one is always holding some fear because of the uncertainties of what the future holds.

Ma represents ‘mrytu’ = death. All our Hope’s and plans for happiness and security in this world are ended by death.

Krishna consciousness nullifies this pavarga process. Pavarga symptomizes this material world but as you add a prefix ‘a’ to pavarga it turns to ‘apvarga’ where there is no hard struggle for existence and no material bondage, fear or death. Krishna consciousness is a path of pavarga.

This is the magic of hindi and sanskrit where each word is framed with some higher level of understanding, and intellect. Its based on real science.

Do you know any such scientific reasons behind Hindi to make every Indian proud? Drop your thoughts in the comments.

Palindromic Sentence – The beauty and knowledge of ancient Indian Sages – Slokas when read from the start are the story of Ramayana and when read in the inverse order are the story from the Mahabharata.

The sentence ‘Able was I ere I saw Elba’ is often quoted as a great example of a palindromic sentence in English as it can be read in reverse too. This is said to be created in the 17th century.

Now, consider the following:

A Sanskrit poet by name Daivagjna Surya Pandita wrote a Sanskrit work by name “Ramakrishna Viloma Kaavyam” in the 14th century (English-equivalent of the word ‘viloma’ is ‘inverse’). This book is supposed to have 40 slokas (a sloka is a Sanskrit poem). Each sloka makes sense both when read in from the beginning of the sloka to the end AS WELL AS from the end to the beginning of the sloka (a sort of palindrome).

Now comes the best part. When each sloka is read in the forward direction, the book deals with the story of Ramayana and when each sloka is read in the reverse direction, the book deals with the story of Maha Bharata.

One sloka is given below (in devanagari font)

तां भूसुता मुक्ति मुदारहासं
वंदेयतो लव्य भवं दयाश्री

The same sloka, read in backward direction is given below:

श्री यादवं भव्य लतोय देवं
संहारदामुक्ति मुता सुभूतां

In the first sloka, भूसुता implies Sita and hence, Ramayana story and in the second sloka, श्री यादवं implies Lord Krishna.

The meaning of the first sloka is “I pray to Sita, the incarnation of Lakshmi who is affectionate towards a smiling Lava (Sita’s son)”.

The meaning of the second sloka is “The teachings of Gita, bestowed upon us by Lord Krishna who draws people towards him with his benevolence, destroy evil and are close to our heart”

And there are 39 more slokas like this.

Read the full slokas here.

$1 billion city is being built in New Mexico but no one will be allowed to live there

Here’s an amazing story of the costliest city. This 15 mile stretch of New Mexico desert. area is the future location for CITE, or The Center for Innovation Testing and Evaluation. The $1 Billion project is set to begin in 2016, to be developed by Pegasus Global Holdings.

Watch full details in the Video: $1 billion ghost city to be built in New Mexico at the New Mexico dessert.

This image from Space shared by Bill Gates proves that 18% of the world’s population is deprived from Energy.

In his 2016 annual letter, Bill Gates writes there are some 1.3 billion people — or 18% of the world’s population — who don’t have energy and discusses how the world could bring sustainable electricity to those who desperately need it.

To prove his point, he shared this image of Africa at night taken from space.

Gates predicts that, within the next 15 years, the world will discover an “energy miracle.”

Read full article at Tech Insider