Nostradamus Predictions for Future (English)

Nostradamus: Original Portrait by His Son Cesar
Nostradamus: Original Portrait by His Son Cesar

Five hundred years ago in France, a man named Nostradamus took birth. He predicted about eleven hundred future incidents. It is believed that till 2028, all his predictions would come true. He wrote his predictions in the form of riddles so that it can be kept away from astrologers, astronomers, idiots, illiterates and evil people. It is also believed that his prediction would be understood once it comes true.

Few summaries of his predictions are:

• Two world warshave already taken place in the world. Once from 1914 to 1919 i.e., that is for five years. Another from 1939 to 1944, which also continued for five years. First and second world war was initiated by Germany, Japan and Italy. The Third World War would take place because of Iraq, Iran and North Korea. Continue reading “Nostradamus Predictions for Future (English)”

Nostradamus Predictions for Future (Hindi)

Nostradamus: Original Portrait by His Son Cesar
Nostradamus: Original Portrait by His Son Cesar

आज से लगभग 500 वर्ष पहले फ्रांस देश में नास्त्रेदमस नाम के एक व्यक्ति ने जन्म लिया था । उन्होने अपने जीवन में लगभग 1100 भविष्य वाणियां लिखी थी । उनकी लिखी भविष्य वाणियां लगभग 2028 ई0 तक सभी सच हाक जाएगी। उन्होने सभी भविष्य वाणियां तोड़ मरोड़ कर पहेली बना कर लिखी थी । ताकि नास्तिक और नक्षत्र शास्त्री , मुर्ख , अगानी व बुरे लोग इनसे दूर रहें । उनकी सभी भविष्य वाणियां सव होने पर अपने आप समझ में आ जाएगी ।

कुछ भविष्य वाणियां का सरलार्थ इस प्रकार है:-

संसार में दो विश्व युद्ध हो चुके है । पहला विश्व युद्ध 1914 ई0 से 1919 ई0 तक पूरे 5 वर्ष चला था । दूसरा विश्व युद्ध 1939 ई0 से 1944 ई0 तक पूरे 5 वर्ष तक चला था । पहला और दूसरा विश्व युद्ध जापान , जर्मनी और इटली इन तीनों देशों ने मिलकर शुरु किया था । अगले युद्ध के ईराक , ईरान और उतरी कोरिया ये तीनों देश कारण बनेगें । Continue reading “Nostradamus Predictions for Future (Hindi)”

Indian Scriptures – Epics

In this article we will talk about the Indian epics. There are specially two epics named Ramayana and Mahabharata. These two epics have influenced literature for several centuries in all parts of India. We are not concerned with the literary value of these two epics but we are interested in philosophical value. Since there is nothing philosophically new in Ramayana so we need not consider it. It is sufficient to know that Ramayana is based on the principles of Sanatana Dharma and duties of ruler. Mahabharata is valuable philosophically. Continue reading “Indian Scriptures – Epics”

Indian Scriptures – Kalpa Sutras

Kalpa Sutra is one of the six parts of Vedangas. Kalpa means ritual and sutra means formula. Kalpa sutras are so-called because it contains the prescriptions for actions in the form of formulas. The simple meaning of Kalpa Sutras is formulas to perform actions. Kalpa Sutras provide information on four types of actions – shrauta, grihya, dharma and shulbha. All the explanations given in sutras are brief, unambiguous and complete in essence. The first three type of actions are common to Rig-Veda, Yajurveda and Samaveda but the fourth type is a little bit different. Every type of action or class has distinct commands and so constitutes rituals. Continue reading “Indian Scriptures – Kalpa Sutras”

Indian Scriptures – Vedangas

There are four Vedas in Indian tradition. Their names are Rigveda, Yajurveda, Samaveda and Atharvaveda. Vedas are so much difficult to understand; have mysterious and hidden meanings in every word, so there is a particular system to understand the Vedas which is called ‘Vedangas’. It is said that without the complete understanding of Vedangas, one can never understand the true meaning of Vedas. So before going into Vedas, we must understand the Vedangas. Continue reading “Indian Scriptures – Vedangas”

Indian Scriptures – Dharma Shasthra & Puranas

In this article we will discuss about the sources or scriptures of Indian culture. At first, we will talk about Dharma Shasthra. The meaning of Dharma Shasthra is ‘code of conduct’. Dharma Shasthra has three divisions. The first division is ritual which means something that is done regularly and always in the same way, the second division is performing social responsibilities and third division is atonement of sins (here sin means an offence against God, religious law or moral law) and crimes. Continue reading “Indian Scriptures – Dharma Shasthra & Puranas”

A Simple View on Knowledge in Indian Tradition

Let me start this discussion on a view that every man wants to obtain knowledge. Yes, animals too have this quality but ability of man to acquire knowledge is far beyond all expectations.

What is the motive of man to acquire knowledge? What is the concept of knowledge for man? The motive and concept of knowledge can be different from man to man; so it can Continue reading “A Simple View on Knowledge in Indian Tradition”

Few Terms Used in Indian Philosophy for Reality

What is the nature of reality in Indian context? Before going into this question we must understand what reality is. This is the most difficult question to answer and most important too. Continue reading “Few Terms Used in Indian Philosophy for Reality”

Herodotus appears to have been the first to use the verb “to philosophize”

I was reading a book “An Introduction to Philosophy by George Stuart Fullerton”. The author explains in this book that how the Greek historian Herodotus had used the verb “to philosophize” in his book where Solon meets Croesus. Continue reading “Herodotus appears to have been the first to use the verb “to philosophize””