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The relationship of the languages is determined by resemblances between
them. These are of two kinds: Resemblances of vocabulary and of grammatical

A few examples of similarities between Indo-European words.

Sanskrit Latin English Greek
Pitar Pater Father Patros
Matar Mater Mother Matros
Pancha Quinque Five Pente
Sapta Septem Seven Hepta
Dasan Decem Decimal
or Ten
Bhurja   Birch  
Pac   Bake Pesso
  Mead Methu
Asti Est Is Esti
Damas Domus Domicile Domos
bear (a burden etc)
Fero Bear Phero
Aham Ego Ego Ego
Dwaar   Door  
Braata   Brother  
Astau Okto Eight Okto
Trayas tres Three
or Tri
Ayas   Iron  
Vrkas   Wulf
old English for wolf)
Eka Oinos One Oinos
Dva Duo Two Duo
Chatvaras Quattuor Four Tettores
Sas Sex Six Hex
Nava Novem Nine Ennea
Patha   Path  
Sarpa   Serpent  
Gow   Cow  
Mooshak Muus Mouse
Muus old English
Svasri   Sister  
Sun   Son  
Danta   Dental  
Surya   Sun  
Taru   Tree  
Shani -Slow moving planet   Saturn  
Unapexita   Unexpected  
Sanskrit Latin English Greek
Hard-Hriday   Heart  
Nabhi   Navel  
Agni Ignis Ignite  
Hantar (killer)   Hunter  
Naas,Nasika Naas Nose (nasal)  
Nisha   Night  
Vahan   Vehicle  
Yog   Yoke (to join)  
Pratham   Proto (first)  
Vacha   Vocal  
Hasta   Hand  
Santa   Saint  
Kroora   Cruel  
Tat (Tat Tvam Asi)   That  
Janan (generate)   Generate  
Loka (place)   Location  
Daman   Dominate  
Tri-kona-miti   Trigonometry Trigonometry
Mia (Me)   Me  
Mana   Mind  
Asi   Yes Si?
Axa   Axis  
Duhita   Daughter  
Sweda   Sweat  
Para Para Pre-fix e.g.’Para-psychology’  
Peen (pointed)   Pin  
Kedar   Cedar(tree)  
Widhur   Widow  
Katika   Cart  
Prithak   Part (section)  
Veda=knowledge based scriptures
Videre Witan(old English) Be aware
Wit-  Wise

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It can be YOU !!!!

Each chakra in your spinal column is believed to influence or even govern bodily functions near its region of the spine. Because autopsies do not reveal chakras, most people think they are a fancy of fertile imagination. Yet their existence is well documented in the traditions of the far east…

Chakras, as described above, are energy centres along the spine located at major branchings of the human nervous system, beginning at the base of the spinal column and moving upward to the top of the skull. Chakras are considered to be a point or nexus of biophysical energy or prana of the human body. Shumsky states that “prana is the basic component of your subtle body, your energy field, and the entire chakra system…the key to life and source of energy in the universe.”

The following seven primary chakras are commonly described:

  1. Muladhara (Sanskrit: मूलाधार, Mūlādhāra) Base or Root Chakra (last bone in spinal cord *coccyx*)
  2. Swadhisthana (Sanskrit: स्वाधिष्ठान, Svādhiṣṭhāna) Sacral Chakra (ovaries/prostate)
  3. Manipura (Sanskrit: मणिपूर, Maipūra) Solar Plexus Chakra (navel area)
  4. Anahata (Sanskrit: अनाहत, Anāhata) Heart Chakra (heart area)
  5. Vishuddha (Sanskrit: विशुद्ध, Viśuddha) Throat Chakra (throat and neck area)
  6. Ajna (Sanskrit: आज्ञा, Ājñā) Brow or Third Eye Chakra (pineal gland or third eye)
  7. Sahasrara (Sanskrit: सहस्रार, Sahasrāra) Crown Chakra (Top of the head; ‘Soft spot’ of a newborn)

Chakras in the head from lowest to highest are: golata, talu/talana/lalana, ajna, talata/lalata, manas, soma, sahasrara (and sri inside it.)

Chakra position in body

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Structure of state of INDIA

India, also known as Bharat, is a Union of States. It is a Sovereign Socialist Democratic Republic with a parliamentary system of government. The Republic is governed in terms of the Constitution of India which was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on 26th November 1949 and came into force on 26th January 1950.

The Constitution provides for a Parliamentary form of government which is federal in structure with certain unitary features. The constitutional head of the Executive of the Union is the President. As per Article 79 of the Constitution of India, the council of the Parliament of the Union consists of the President and two Houses known as the Council of States (Rajya Sabha) and the House of the People (Lok Sabha). Article 74(1) of the Constitution provides that there shall be a Council of Ministers with the Prime Minister as its head to aid and advise the President, who shall exercise his functions in accordance to the advice. The real executive power is thus vested in the Council of Ministers with the Prime Minister as its head.

The Council of Ministers is collectively responsible to the House of the People (Lok Sabha). Every State has a Legislative Assembly. Certain States have an upper House also called State Legislative Council. There is a Governor for each state who is appointed by the President. Governor is the Head of the State and the executive power of the State is vested in him. The Council of Ministers with the Chief Minister as its head advises the Governor in the discharge of the executive functions. The Council of the Ministers of a state is collectively responsible to the Legislative Assembly of the State.

The Constitution distributes legislative powers between Parliament and State legislatures as per the lists of entries in the Seventh Schedule to the Constitution. The residuary powers vest in the Parliament. The centrally administered territories are called Union Territories.

Politocal Map of INDIA

Government of states

    * Governor

    * Vidhan Sabha

    * Vidhan Parishad

    * Zilla Parishad

    * Panchayati Raj

India's nationa Emblem and Flag




Hierarchy of Government

                               Union of India



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  States                                                     Union Territories

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     |                    |                      |                    |

  Blocks      Municipal Corporations      Municipalities       City Councils

 (Tehsils)      (Maha-Nagar-Palika)       (Nagar-Palika)     (Nagar-Panchayat)

     |                    |                      |                    |

     |                    ———————————————

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  Villages                                     Wards


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. An Astra is a missile-type weapon which is to be hurled at an enemy. Examples include arrows from bows. A Shastra is a personal weapon, like swords and maces, which must be constantly operated by the warrior.

  • Brahmadanda  : This is the most powerful weapon in the universe.It contained the spiritual power of the 7 greatest sages of Hinduism.

No other weapon in the universe be it the Brahmastra,Pashupatastra,Brahmasira, Amoghashakti,Vajra, Narayanastra, Vaishnavastra or even the Sudarshana Chakra can hold cradle to it. This astra is the most powerful weapon of Lord Brahma.

  • Narayanastra: the personal missile weapon of Vishnu in his Narayana form, this astra lets loose a powerful tirade of millions of deadly missiles simultaneously. The intensity of the shower increases with resistance. The only solution is total submission before the missile, given which it will stop. The Narayanastra was first used by Lord Rama in the ‘Ramayana’. Then, thousands of years later, this astra was again used by Ashwatthama in the Mahabharata war against the Pandava army.
  • Vaishnavastra: the personal missile weapon of Vishnu, once fired it cannot be thwarted by any means, save by the will of Vishnu Himself. This astra was used by King Bhagadatta ,son of Narakasura and king of Pragjyotsa (modern day Burma)in the Mahabharata war against Arjuna.This Vaisnhavastra was stopped by Shri Krishna himself as Arjun couldn’t stop it even with his most powerful weapons.
  • Kaumodaki: the divine mace weapon of Vishnu; invincible and without parallel.
  • Sudarshana Chakra: the magical chakra, a spinning discus with sharp outer spears. The Sudarshan flies at the command of Vishnu, spinning away to tear off the heads of His opponents, or to perform any function desired by Vishnu. It was most famously used by His Avatar Krishna in the Mahabharata.
  • Nandaki: The Sword of Lord Vishnu.
  • Saranga: The Celestial Bow of Lord Vishnu.
  • Pashupata: It is believed in Hindu mythology that Pashupatastra is one of the most devastating weapon as it weapon of Godhead Mahadeva.Mahadeva literally means “Highest of all god”. The weapon granted to Arjuna by Lord Shiva is one of the most destructive & forbidden weapon in The Mahabharata. It is said to have the power to change the course of Creation and Destruction However Arjuna used this weapon in the Mahabharata war only once for killing Jayadratha as the Sindhu king had obtained a boon from Lord Shiva that he(Jayadratha) could be killed only by the Pashupatastra . Discharged by the mind, eyes, words or a bow, the Pashupata is the irresistible and most destructive personal weapon of Shiva. Never to be used against lesser enemies and by lesser warriors, the Pashupata is capable of destroying creation and vanquishing all beings.
  • Trishula: the terrifying trident-staff of Shiva
  • Pinak: the bow of Shiva
  • Brahmashir Astra: a weapon capable of greater destruction than the Brahmastra.It is said to be evolution of Brahmastra .It can burn all creation to ashes once discharged. Gifted by Brahma
  • Brahmastra: imbibed with the mystical force of Creator Brahma, this is considered the most fearsome weapon in mythological works. The releaser of millions of missiles, great fires and a destructive potential capable of extinguishing all creation, if not used by and aimed only at a celestial fighter. Modern speculation has equated its destructive nature to be similar to that of a nuclear weapon.
  • Nagastra: The snake weapon, used by Karna against Arjuna in Kurukshetra war. It is considered as next only to Brahmastra. It has fame that it never misses its target.
  • Shakti: the magical dart weapon of Indra, unfailing at executing its target. Indra granted it to Karna during the Kurukshetra war. The Mahabharata also refers to it as the Amoghastra.
  • Vajra: the thunderbolt weapon of Indra, who is the God of Thunder and Lightning, akin to Zeus and Jupiter in Greek and Roman mythology.
  • Agniyastra: the fire weapon, incepted by God Agni, master of the flames.
  • Varunastra: the water weapon, incepted by God Varuna, master of the oceans, rivers and lakes.
  • Vayavastra: the wind weapon, incepted by God Vayu, master of wind.

Although the power Astras are said to be capable of destructing creation they did not harm Krishna or Vishnu or Shiva or Brahma. Because all of them are the Avatar of God.

Arranged in the tabloid form as follows:


The following are Astras mentioned in the Ramayana and Mahabharata:

Astra Deity Effect
Aindraastra Indra, god of weather Would bring about a ‘shower’ of arrows from the sky.
Agneyastra Agni, god of fire The weapon discharged would emit flames inextinguishable through normal means.
Varunaastra Varuna, god of water The weapon discharged would release torrential volumes of water. This weapon is commonly mentioned as used to counter the Agneyastra.
Nagaastra The Nagas The weapon would have an inerring aim and take on the form of a snake, proving deadly upon impact.
Nagapaasha The Nagas Upon impact, this weapon would bind the target in coils of living venomous snakes.(in the Ramayana, it was used against Lord Rama and Lakshmana by Indrajit)
Vayvayaastra Vayu, god of wind Bring about a gale capable of lifting armies off the ground.
Suryastra Surya, god of the sun Create a dazzling light that would dispel any darkness about.
Vajra Indra, god of weather Target would be struck with bolts of lightning (vajra referring to Indra’s thunderbolt).
Mohini Mohini, an avatar of Vishnu Dispel any form of maya or sorcery in the vicinity.
Twashtar Twashtri, the heavenly builder When used against a group of opponents (such as an army), would cause them to mistake each other for enemies and fight each other.
Sammohana/Pramohana   Would cause entire hosts/armies to collapse in a trance.
Parvataastra   Would cause a Parvata/mountain to fall on the target from the skies.
Brahmaastra Brahma, the Creator Would destroy entire hosts at once. Could also counter most other astras.
Brahmasirsha Brahma, the Creator Capable of killing devas. Was used by Ashwatthama on Parikshit. It is thought that the Brahmasirsha is the evolution of the Brahmastra
Narayanastra Vishnu, the Preserver Would create showers of arrows and discs. The astra’s power would increase with the resistance offered to it. This weapon had to be obtained from Vishnu directly, and could be used only once. If the user were to attempt invoking it a second time, it would rebound on him, and possibly, his troops.
Vaishnavaastra Vishnu, the Preserver Would destroy target completely, irrespective of target’s nature. Infallible. This weapon had to be obtained from Vishnu directly.
Pashupatastra Shiva, the Destroyer Would destroy target completely, irrespective of target’s nature. Infallible. This weapon had to be obtained from Shiva directly.

Something of Modern Times…………..

Only seven years after the first successful atom bomb blast in New Mexico, Dr. Robert Oppenheimer (1904-1967) Scientist, philosopher, bohemian, and radical. A theoretical physicist and the Supervising Scientist of the Manhattan Project, who was familiar with ancient Sanskrit literature, were giving a lecture at Rochester University. During the question and answer period a student asked a question to which Oppenheimer gave a strangely qualified answer:

  Student: Was the bomb exploded at Alamogordo during the Manhattan Project the first one to be detonated?Dr. Oppenheimer: “Well — yes. In modern times, of course.

Charles Berlitz (Charles Frambach Berlitz (November 20, 1914 – December 18, 2003) was a linguist and language teacher known for his books on anomalous phenomena, as well as his language-learning courses) goes on to quote a number of passages from the Mahabharata that describe the impact of a weapon that I suspect must be the brahmaastra, although he neither names the weapon nor cites those sections of the text from which his quotations are drawn (he lists Protap Chandra Roy‘s translation of 1889 in his bibliography):

The Warrior

a single projectile Charged with all the power of the Universe. 

An incandescent column of smoke and flame As bright as ten thousand Suns Rose in all its splendor……it was an unknown weapon, An iron thunderbolt, A gigantic messenger of death, Which reduced to ashes. The Entire race of the Vrishnis and the Andhakas….the corpses were so burned As to be unrecognizable. Their hair and nails fell out; Pottery broke without apparent cause, And the birds turned white. After a few hours all foodstuffs were infected……To escape from this fire. The soldiers threw themselves in streams to wash themselves and their equipment…

SFOT ......................the Explosion

One is reminded of the yet unknown final effect of a super-bomb when we read in the Ramayana of a projectile:
So powerful that it could destroy 

The earth in an instant –
A great soaring sound in smoke and flames…
And on it sits Death…

Sanhar..............THE END