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India 1948 Hindu color print ex-Kalyan MAHABHARATA SACRIFICES 7” x 10”

India 1948 Hindu color print ex-Kalyan MAHABHARATA SACRIFICES 7” x 10”

Decode Hindu Mythology: Jambudweep - The Global Island-Animation showing the slow movement of Earth plates

Decode Hindu Mythology: Jambudweep - The Global Island-Animation showing the slow movement of Earth plates

1770. Ramayana. Hanuman slays a group of demons; Rama (the seventh avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu) and Lakshmana greet the monkeys and bears.

1770. Ramayana. Hanuman slays a group of demons; Rama (the seventh avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu) and Lakshmana greet the monkeys and bears.

Decode Hindu Mythology:Arrangement of Lokas, the Planets of Advanced Aliens-URDHVA-LOKA or The Higher Planets  The Higher Planets are abodes of super-intelligent, super-human, semi-divine and spiritually advanced beings. Loosely they may be understood as the Heavenly planets compared to the Middle Realm of Earth-like planets and the lower Hellish realms.

Decode Hindu Mythology:Arrangement of Lokas, the Planets of Advanced Aliens-URDHVA-LOKA or The Higher Planets The Higher Planets are abodes of super-intelligent, super-human, semi-divine and spiritually advanced beings. Loosely they may be understood as the Heavenly planets compared to the Middle Realm of Earth-like planets and the lower Hellish realms.

Indus-Saraswati Civilization and Vedic India  Interestingly, archaeological sites discovered on the banks of Saraswati, mirror the descriptions from ancient Vedic texts as well.  According to Mahabharat 1.90.25-26, many great kings used to perform Yagnya on Saraswati's banks, which co-relates well with the abundance of fire-altars discovered at places like Kalibangan, a major Harrapan town located on the southern banks of the Ghaggar.   Fire-altars discovered at Kalibangan

Indus-Saraswati Civilization and Vedic India Interestingly, archaeological sites discovered on the banks of Saraswati, mirror the descriptions from ancient Vedic texts as well. According to Mahabharat 1.90.25-26, many great kings used to perform Yagnya on Saraswati's banks, which co-relates well with the abundance of fire-altars discovered at places like Kalibangan, a major Harrapan town located on the southern banks of the Ghaggar. Fire-altars discovered at Kalibangan

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