A Mission to Inform and Develop Interest in Indian Spirituality, Scriptures, Culture & Nationalism.

We will try to glorify India's sublime past by -
1. Journey to Buddhist Sites in India : Because India is incomplete without Him.
2. Common Answers from Bhagvad Gita :The synopsis of Vedic philosophy.
3. Assays: India's Wisdom and its Relevance Todayin the light of modern research.
4. Past Gloriesof India that will make one proud.
5. Cultural extent of India.
6. Assays with scriptural evidence.
7. Videos on Indian spirituality.
8. Picture Stories of India.
Pertinent Spiritual Queries.
1.       What is SOUL?


Catapults : The Earliest Use

Earliest uses of catapults were attributed to Ajatashatru of Magadha in his war against the Licchavis. Ajatshatru is recorded in Jaina texts as having used catapults in his campaign against the Licchavis. (484–468 BCE)The early catapults in ancient China date to the 4th century BC with the advent of the mangonel, a type of traction trebuchet and catapult.Greek catapults were invented in the early 4th century BC, being attested by Diodorus Siculus as part of the equipment of a Greek army in 399 BC, and subsequently used at the siege of Motya in 397 BC.CATAPULTS A catapult is a ballistic device used to launch a projectile a great distance without the aid of gunpowder or other propellants – particularly various types of ancient and medieval siege engines.  A catapult uses the sudden release of stored potential energy to propel its payload. Most convert tension or torsion energy that was more slowly and manually built up within the device before release, via springs, bows, twisted rope, el…

Bhagvad Gita Quotes on Soul

Bhagvad Gita describes the spirit soul in the following ways.

Krishna & Balram : The Earliest Representation

These coins seem to be the first known representations of Vedic deities on coins, and they display early Avatars of Vishnu: Balarama-Sankarshana with attributes consisting of the Gada mace and the plow, and Vasudeva-Krishna with the Vishnu attributes of the Shankha and the Sudarshana Chakra wheel.
Agathocles Dikaios (meaning: "The Just") was a Greco-Bactrian/ Indo-Greek king, who reigned between around 190 and 180 BC. He might have been a son of Demetrius and one of his sub-kings in charge of the Paropamisade between Bactria and Indus-Ganges plains. He seems to be a Buddhist. Very little is known about him, apart from his extensive coinage. Agathocles issued an intriguing range of bilingual coinage, displaying what seem to be Buddhist as well as Hindu symbolism. Manufactured according to the Indian standard, using either Brahmi (ancient Indian script), Greek or Kharoshthi (ancient script used in Gandhar kingdom : present day Afghanistan & Pakistan), and displaying symbols …

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