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2012 – Will the world end??? – Part three

Continued from the last article... WHAT IS THE VEDIC VIEW VEDIC TIME The Vedic system of the four yugas presents the lengths of the ages as 4,3,2, and 1 times an interval of 432,000 years. That means the first age lasts 1,728 million years; the second lasts 1,296 million years; the third lasts 864,000 years ...
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2012 – Will the world end?? – Part one

December 21, 2012. The Internet, bookshelves, and movie theaters are full of prophecies, theories, and predictions that this date marks the end of the world, or at least the end of the world as we know it. Whether the end will result from the magnetic realignment of the north and south poles, bringing floods, earthquakes, ...
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Lord Krishna – History or Mythology

By Jaideep Sahu 'Most certainly Krishna is a historical personality', says Dr Manish Pandit, a nuclear medicine physician who teaches in the United Kingdom, proffering astronomical, archaeological, linguistic and oral evidences to make his case. 'I used to think of Krishna is a part of Hindu myth and mythology. Imagine my surprise ...
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2012 – Will the world end??? – Part two

Continued from the last article... WHAT DOES THE MAYAN CALENDAR PREDICT? The Maya calendar doesn't end in 2012, as some have said, and the ancients never viewed that year as the time of the end of the world,archaeologists say. But December 21, 2012, (give or take a day) was nonetheless momentous to the Maya. ...
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Lord Rama – Fact or Fiction? Part-II

By Stephen Knapp This article is second and last in series of articles establishing the historicity of Ramayana People from many other regions of the world have also accepted the Ramayana as worthy of attention, devotion, and historical evidence. For example, the effects of the Ramayana tradition can be seen in Burma (Myanmar), Cambodia, Thailand, ...
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Lord Rama – Fact or fiction? Part-I

By Stephen Knapp This article is first in series of articles establishing the historicity of Ramayana The idea of whether Lord Rama exists or not has been called into question, by some prominent politicians in India. These leaders should be concerned with preserving and protecting the culture of the country. Unfortunately they are either ...
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Taj Mahal

No one has ever challenged this so-called reality about Taj Mahal except Prof. P. N. Oak, who believes the whole world has been duped. In his book Taj Mahal: The True Story, Oak says the Taj Mahal is not Queen Mumtaz's tomb but an ancient Hindu temple palace of Lord ...
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