Wednesday, 4 April 2012


Why India was called Bhaarata Desam? Most of the people of the present generation think that India was named after emperor Bharata. This interpretation is probably not very old, may be some hundreds of years. Is there any other land in the world which is named after a male? Religions of all lands treat the earth as a female, the mother goddess. Before the spread of Christianity, all countries in Europe were named after the local mother goddesses. The same is true for all other lands in the world. Among all countries in the world, India has inherited the largest number of ancient manuscripts from time immemorial. They were written on the widest range of subjects known to
humans. Indians were the originators of all higher knowledge in the ancient times. What is impossible for our Maharshis of yore? A Telugu poet wrote the following line: “Pogadaraa nee thalli bhoomi Bhaarathini” – praise your mother land Bhaarati! India was named after Bhaarati (Saraswati), the goddess of knowledge. No other ancient civilization of the world could claim this coveted title. The world’s oldest educational institutions were located in India, and scholars from China and Europe used to come here for learning. Another hidden meaning of the name Yilaa Varta is Bhaarati Aalaya, the temple of goddess Bhaarati. So much for the psyche of the Indians, but we are psychosomatic beings. The mind is in-separable from the body. Hence, is there anything in the bodies of Indians which shows the blessings of goddess Bhaarati? Yes. During the second word war, the British military doctors who conducted autopsy on the dead found that the pineal gland of the Indians is much larger than that in the British. The pineal gland is the third eye. It is the seat of higher knowledge according to the esoteric teachings in medieval Europe. Sanskrit texts on Yoga and Tantra also say the same thing. The largest group among foreign computer programmers in the U.S.A. at present are the Indians, they account for more than 70%. The Birla Science Center at Hyderabad has produced some alloys after studying some Hindu manuscripts like “Vimaana Sastra” and “Amsu Bodhini”. The alloys possess some extra-ordinary properties which are unknown to the
western countries.

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