Earth does not need us, we need Earth for we have no other place in the universe to go. Earth will continue to live and thrive with or without us. Even if humanity were to destroy itself in a nuclear war, Earth will spring back to life within a matter of few thousand years. While modern science talks and works towards "controlling nature", the ancient vedic science talks about "milking the nature" without harming it in any way.
"It is already becoming clear that a chapter which had a Western beginning will have to have an Indian ending if it is not to end in self-destruction of the human race. In the Indian way we have the attitude and spirit that can make it possible for the human race to grow together in to a single family." - Arnold Joseph Toynbee (British Historian)
"After a study of some forty years and more of the great religions of the world, I find none so perfect ,none so scientific, none so philosophical and no so spiritual that the great religion known by the name of Hinduism. Without Hinduism India has no future. Hinduism is the soil in to which India's roots are stuck and torn out of that she will inevitably wither as a tree torn out from its place" - Annie Besant
Do not handicap your children by making their life easy. Let your kids learn to do things on their own, let them understand that there will also be disappointments, that they won’t get everything they want, that they have to work hard to get things they want. Don’t buy them every damn thing you come across, they will never realize its value then. Read on...
India – Not a mere Nation but a Civilization, Hinduism – Not a Religion but a Culture. Hinduism is the world’s third largest religion (in its popular perception as being a religion) after Christianity and Islam. However, an overwhelming majority of Hindus live as a single nation. On the other hand you have Christian majority countries and Muslim majority countries that area a fraction of the size of India living as separate countries next to each other. Why?
Sanskrit Lesson 2 – Dhatu, Magic Roots of Sanskrit. In Sanskrit, attributes and properties have names, and all the names in Sanskrit are derived from a fixed set of 2012 root words called Dhatu. Dhatu, not the Parts of Speech, forms the basic building block of Sanskrit, unlike in languages like English. Read on...
Jadav Payeng - the man who single-handedly created a lush green dense forest ecosystem spreading over 1,360 acres in what was once a barren sandbar in Assam, India. In 1979 Jadav in his early teens, saw snakes dying without any tree cover in this place and so decided to plant trees here. This man made forest is today home to several thousand varieties of trees and an astounding diversity of wildlife -- birds, deer, apes, rhino, elephants and even tigers!
Did you know? Sanskrit is a spoken language in the village of Matttur in Shimoga district in Karnataka, India. This tiny village with a population of 5,000 uses Sanskrit as their everyday communication language. The residents of Mattur's twin village Hosahalli also use Sanskrit as their daily communication language.