Sunday, April 21, 2013

A Great Mathematician Dr. Vashishtha Narayan Singh - Proud Of Bihar

The Great Mathematician, solving 4-6 OUT OF 8 unsolved Math of ARYA BHATT.

Dr. Vashishtha Narayan Singh was born as the first son of Late Lal Bahadur Singh and Smt. Lahaso Devi in Village Basantpur, under Sadar Block of Dist. Bhojpur on 2nd April 1942. His father was working as a policeman in the state Police Dept.. Vashishtha Babu had his primary education in the village school. Thereafter, he went to Netarhat School in class VI. In the year 1962, he passed his matriculation examination, topping in the entire state of Bihar.

After his school education, he got admission in the prestigious Patna Science College. During that time, Dr. P. Nagendra, a great mathematician, was the principal of Science College. He truly realized the hidden talent in young Vashishtha. Coincidentally, at the same time, the great American scholar Prof.John L. Kelley HOD, University of California-Berkeley was also present. Prof.Kelley is known for writing a Superb Book ON Topology- “GENERAL TOPOLOGY”, which any serious Mathematician must have read at some point of time. Prof. John L.Kelley was visiting Patna to participate in the World Mathematics Conference. Prof. P.Nagendra arranged an interview of Vashishtha with Prof. John L. Kelley. Prof. Jonh L. Kelley quizzed the young student with various types of questions and Vashishtha answered all his questions correctly. Seeing the immense talent in Vashishtha Babu, Prof. John L. Kelley expressed his desire to teach him in America under his guidance. Dr. P.Nagendra showed promptness and immediately arranged for a special examination for Vashishtha Babu and he cleared this examination with cent percent marks. Prof. Kelley got impresses and requested him to come to Berkeley for further study. Dr.Singh told him that it would be difficult for him to come to USA on his own. Prof. Kelley promised all the help and kept the word. Prof. Kelley arranged for Visa and flight ticket and got him into UCB (University of California-Berkeley). Thus, in 1963, he went to California, USA as a research scholar. Prof.John L.Kelley took good care of Vasistha Narayan Singh at UCB as Vashishtha Narayan Singh is a shy person. Vashishtha Narayan Singh didn’t let down HOD and did his PhD with style and went on to work for NASA. There, he conducted research on the Cycle Vector Space Theory / Reproducing Kernels and Operators with a Cyclic Vector and his research work catapulted him to great heights in the world of Science.The Mathematician(Dr.Singh) who challenged works of great Scientist Albert Einstien.

After completing his research, Vashishtha Babu came back to India, but he was destined to return soon to America. During his second stint in the USA, he was appointed an Associate Professor of Mathematics in Washington. It was rumoured that Dr.Vashishtha Narayan had an affair with daughter of his HOD at UC-Berkeley and wanted to marry her but parental pressure and idealistic dream of doing India proud took precedence and he came back to India. It is also rumoured, that he had started taking some durgs when he was in Berkeley and it continued when he came back to India. He returned to India in 1971 and was appointed a professor in IIT Kanpur. After spending barely eight months at IIT Kanpur, he joined as a professor in Tata Institute of Fundamental Research. After a year, in 1973, he was appointed as permanent professor in Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta.

In the same year (1973), he was married to Vandana Rani, an Army Officer’s daughter of Dr. Deep Narayan Singh who hailed from a prestigious family of Khalpura, Dist, Saran. According to Vashishtha Babu’s mother, three days after the marriage, after the ceremony of chauthari, Vandana went to her father’s place to appear for her B.A. examination and Vashishtha Babu returned to Calcutta. His colleagues in ISI Calcutta were jealous of Vashishtha Babu. It was here that he suffered his first attack of mental breakdown. His family members arranged for his treatment as per their capacity. NOBA (Netarhat Old Boys Association) played an active role and with their efforts he was admitted to the Mental Hospital in Ranchi in 1976.

During the rule of Karpoori Thakur, he was admitted to the private “David Clinic” in Ranchi. There his condition started improving fast. But as soon as the Congress Govt. took office in Bihar, the govt. started showing disinterest in incurring the expenditure on his treatment. Dr.Singh has been suffering from SCHIZONFRANIA since 1976. (To understand this disease and to understand cure of this disease, you must watch the film “Beautiful Mind”. Dr.John Nash presently a professor at Princeton University had the same disease : Medicational help is not much of help in this disease) As a result, he had to be shifted from David Clinic back to Ranchi Mental Hospital, which has the right environment to turn even normal people into lunatics!

In the meanwhile, Vashishtha Babu suffered another mental agony due to his divorce. At that time, doctors attributed his mental unbalance to this unfortunate happening. Dr. Vashishtha needed an Arundhati (A sage’s wife) but he got a woman who said, “You may be a worthy person, but you are not worthy of me”. These cruel words of his wife broke the heart of a brilliant scientist.

In the year 1989, after the demise of his father, Vashishtha Babu visited his village, where he also gave a speech. He was quite normal at that time. After the funeral rites of his father, he returned to Ranchi. There, after discussing with doctors, his younger brother Ayodhya Prasad started for Pune along with Vashishtha Babu by Bhagalpur Janata Express. On the way, Vashishtha Babu got down from the train quietly at Gadarwara Station in Madhya Pradesh. His brother tried his best to locate him, but in vain. His family and village reconciled with the fate, giving him up for dead. However, one day in 1993 Vashishtha Babu suddenly appeared in Doriganj in Saran District. His whole village gathered to welcome this beloved son of Basantpur.

Vashishtha Babu was sent to NIMHANS (National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences), Bangalore for treatment on Govt. expenditure. He stayed in the hospital from Feb. 1993 to June 1994, but could not recover. Doctors at NIMHANS are of the opinion that he should be sent to USA for treatment. There is no treatment for him in India. Or he should be kept in a good family atmosphere. Since then, Dr. Vashishtha Narayan is spending his time in the village. Doctors say that the deep impact on his brain can be treated only with the balm of loving family care.

According to Vashishtha Babu’s mother and brother, with their limited means, they cannot afford to send him to USA for treatment. So, it is the government’s duty to arrange for the treatment of a person of his stature by sending him to the USA.

Even now, Vashishtha Babu keeps writing something or the other. We saw that he had scribbled some formulae, some dohas (couplets) from Ramayan and some abuses to the government. He said’ “So many people have come and gone, but what have they done for me?”

Since 1993, whenever anyone visits him, why does he ask him for money. When Mr. Laloo Prasad visited him, he asked him for a rupee. It is a matter of investigation by psychologists, why does he ask for money from everyone? Mr.Shatrughan Sinha (former Health Minister and famous Actor) came to his house once. He even arranged a Job for his (brother’s) Son in somewhere in Health Ministry in New Delhi. Due to that employment, now they are able to get medicines at discounted rates. He says,even then, it takes Rs.1200/-per month for his medicines.

It was the government, which stopped all the help and sent him back to this village. No government representatives comes to even meet now a days. All the Politicians and Ministers Visits him, but the results are only false Promises.

Some Short Informations:

Name : Dr.Vashishtha Narayan
Village: Basantpur (12 km from ARA), Bhojpur, Bihar
Family: Poor Family, Father Constable in Bihar Police
Class 10th: Netarhat Vidyalaya.
Class 12th: Science College Patna (Bihar).

*His Ph.D Dissertation Title was : Reproducing Kernels and Operators with a Cyclic Vector. (Completed his Ph.D in year 1969 from University of California under the supervision of Prof.John L.Kelley).

A recent Interview with the mathematecian in his native language bhojpuri:
Repoter: रउरा के एगो बात पता बावे कि राउर रिसर्च पेपर आज अमेरिका मे पढावल जाला. (do you know that you research paper is being used as a study material in Washington) ?
Vashistha jee: हा, हम जानअ तानी, पढावल जाता. (yes I know it).

Repoter: रउरा जानअ तानी कि दुनिया खासकर अमेरिका मे लोग रउरा बारे मे जाने खातिर केतना बेचॆन बावे. (do you know that the people in this world specially America are so kee to know about you) ?
Vashistha jee: त जाइल जाइ 7-8 साल बाद, बम बन रहल बा. अभी भारत के अटेक भइल बा अमेरिका पर, रुस ओहिजा बम गिरावले रहे. (I will go after 7-8 years, there is a BOMB in making, India had attacked America and russia had dropped a OMB there in America).

Vashistha jee: नाश्ता कर लेहनी... (Did you had Snacks) ?
(We had a plate of sweets as Snacks from his family, then he took a few pieces of sweets from the same plate, we continue the talk while he is eating)

Repoter: रउरा वाशिंगटन मे रहनी हा, लौटला के बाद केहु से भेट भइल ह ?(you have been to washington, did you had any contact with anyone after you returned) ?
Vashistha jee: ना , भेट नइखे भइल. (No, I had not met anyone).

Repoter: चिठ्ठियो ना लिखेला केहु. (Does anyone ever wrote any letter to you) ?
Vashistha jee: ना, केहु ना लिखेला. (No, No letter at all)

Repoter: रउरा अभी लिखत रहेनी दिन भर, का लिखेनी. (You keep writing the whole day, what do you actually write) ?
Vashistha jee: रिसर्च करअ तानी. (Research, on "Double the Elastic Inner Voltage".)
(he used some more technical words here, please listen to the voice file to understand, if you are interested)

Repoter: रउरा कब इ रिसर्च के पब्लिस करे के बा. (When are you going to publish this research paper) ?
Vashistha jee: पब्लिस त होते रहेला. (It is being published all the time)

Repoter: रउरा कौनौ किताब-विताब लिखअ तानी का. (are you wring some book) ?
Vashistha jee: हा, लिखअ तानी. (Yes, I am writing).

Repoter : कौन चीज पर लिखअ तानी. (on what topic you are writing) ?
Vashistha jee: धर्म पर. (on religion)

Repoter: का लिखनी हअ अब तक. (what you have written so far) ?
Vashistha jee: गीता पर लिखअ तानी. (writing something on Geeta).

Repoter: केतना दिन मे खतम हो जाइ. (by when it will be finished) ?
Vashistha jee: अभी टाइम बा. सरकार एक बार गलती कइले रहुवे, हमरा के कलम ना देले रहुवे, इंडियन सरकार के फायदा नइखे होत. अब हम यु.स. सिटीजनसिप लेवे के सोचअ तानी. (It will take some time, The Government once did a big mistake by not giving me Pen. Thats why Indian government is not getting any benefit (from me) now I am planning to take US Citizenship).

Repoter : रउरा मिस्टर क़ॆली के अंडर मे रिसर्च कइले रहुई, उहा के 2003 मे गुजर गइनी, रउरा पता बा. (Did you knew that Mr. Kelly, under whose guidance you did the research, is no more )?
Vashistha jee: प्रोफेसर कॆली... ? ना, ई गलत खबर ह, एक साल पहिले हम उनका से फोन पे बात कइले रहनी ह. (Prof. Kelly... ? NO, its a wrong news, I had a talk with him on Phone, just one year back)

he felt a bit tensed and immediately left the interview.



Monday, November 8, 2010

Why Hinduism Is Science-proof

Why Hinduism Is Science-proof

God is often a witness in court proceedings the world over. This is especially so when statements are made under oath with a hand on a holy book. But only in India, God can be both witness and litigant. That Ram Lalla filed a case claiming property in Ayodhya would have surprised secular societies elsewhere, but in India it is routine and unremarkable.

From this it might be tempting to argue that Christianity is intrinsically rational while Hinduism is not. That is not strictly true. Both depend ultimately on faith and, indeed, this is true of all religions. If Christianity looks different today it is not because it is inherently more reasonable, but that science forced it to become so.

As Hinduism is an idol-centric religion, its core principles are of no consequence to science. Christianity is a creation-centric religion. This is why it had to oppose modern science which, too, is creation-centric. The latter has taken strong positions on how life began, how day became night, and how our beings are energised. This is what compelled science and religion to go on a collision course in the western world. From the 16th century onwards, they were like two monster trucks driving in opposite directions on a one-way street.

Hinduism was spared all this. It worships divine heroes who step in and out of this world. They marry, procreate, win wars, and also have their share of losing. But at the end of the day they have the last word which is why their lives should be emulated. Hinduism makes no dogmatic declaration on how humans appeared on earth or on whether the sun is stationary or not. In India, our gods have never been challenged by science as they are not concerned about matters of creation.

This is why Hinduism has never felt the need to take on Newton, Galileo, Humphry Davy or Darwin, nor even Aryabhat or the Charvakyas. On the other hand, under science's onslaught, Christianity was in a doctrinal mess. It had invested a lot in Aristotle-proofing the Bible, but that was beginning to fall apart. Adam and Eve and Noah's Ark soon began to appear as fables for the credible. Even our positioning on earth was now more about gravity than God.

Over time there were just too many bullets for Christianity to dodge. The Lutheran-inspired Reformation of the 16th century helped religion to make peace with science, but only after the Bible retreated on some of its principles. From then on Christianity had to accommodate reason in order to survive, but Hinduism never faced such compulsions. As it was idol-centric in character, faith in India could proceed unchecked by science; in fact, the twain need never meet.

Creation-centric Christianity could not ignore science. This is probably why, in retrospect, it was possible in Europe for the Renaissance to grow into the Reformation and finally into the Enlightenment. Protestant clerics soon became quite enthusiastic about science and believed with Michael Faraday that the work of God was just like science: neither irrational nor petulant, but orderly and dependable. Pascal from the Catholic side echoed a similar sentiment when he said that the Christian religion is not contrary to reason and, if it were, "our religion would be absurd, laughed at".

Many of the most remarkable western figures of science in the 17th and 18th centuries were trained by men of religion in their initial years. Humphry Davy was taught science in school by a Reverend J C Coryton; Robert Boyle by his village parson; Francis Bacon by John Whitgift, later to become Archbishop of Canterbury; Newton lucked in getting his lessons at home from his stepfather who was a minister and so did Robert Hooke from his father who was a curate. These scientists could now go to church and laboratory without a schism in their souls.

Indian Renaissance not only came 300 years later, but instead of questioning tradition it went about perfecting the Vedas. Thus, while the European Renaissance set the stage for the conflict between science and religion, no such thing happened here. Neither Swami Dayanand, nor Swami Vivekanand, nor the Brahmo Samajis are remembered for emphasising the scientific traditions of India's past. Their most durable contribution is their skilful copy editing of Vedic texts.

This is why Hindus are not worried if their religion is "laughed at" by secularists. Ram Lalla can be a litigant as Hinduism's idol-centric nature protects it against physical and exact sciences. For this very reason though, Hinduism often runs afoul of history and the social sciences as these disciplines take issue with the idolised lifestyles of Hindu gods and goddesses, and with the veracity of their corporal presence on earth.

Interestingly, while Christianity clashed with the physical and exact sciences in the West, in India, Hinduism has been threatened only by history and the social sciences. This conflict quickly takes on a political dimension as every layperson has a view on what is a good life. Social sciences, history included, thus lack the persuasive capacities of the natural sciences. If certain political compulsions arise, sociologists and historians can also be cast as subversive anti-nationals.

Consequently, the Hindu faith remains unchallenged by reason and Ram Lalla might even win his case someday.

The writer is former professor, JNU.

Read more: Why Hinduism Is Science-proof - The Times of India

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Nine Days of Navratri

Nine Days of Navratri

'Nava-ratri' is one of the most important Hindu festivals in the country. It is
celebrated with immense zeal and enthusiasm all over the country. It is
celebrated twice a year -once in Chaitra (March-April) and the other in Ashwin
(September-October). Navartra literally means 'nine auspicious nights'. It is
actually the worship of the Goddess of power in order to seek her protection
from any possible kind of threat and calamities that may destroy the peaceful
life of people on earth. As she is the goddess of power, she is believed to have
the power of creation, preservation and destruction.

Nine Days Navaratri Celebrations

Navaratri is separated into sets of three days i.e. into three sets. These sets
are made in order to adore different facets of the supreme goddess. On the
initial three days, the Goddess is invoked as the supreme powerful force called
Durga. Goddess Durga is meant to all our contaminations, evils and defects. On
the next three days, she is worshipped as the mother of spiritual wealth,
Goddess Lakshmi, She is the one who is considered to have the power of showering
on her devotees with the blessings of never-ending wealth. In the final set of
three days, the Goddess is worshipped as the goddess of wisdom, Saraswati. The
one is responsible for spiritual enlightenment and overall success in life.

She is also worshipped under nine different names for the nine days in Navratri.
Every day, she assumes a new character, a new look and a new duty. She is
worshipped as Shailputri, Brahmacharini, Chandraghanta, Kushmanda, Skanda Mata,
Katyayani, Kalratri, Maha Gauri and Siddhidatri. For the initial six the Pooja
celebrations are limited to home. The celebrations acquire a festive form since
the seventh day when the festivities of Navratri surround the atmosphere.

First Day Pooja

The first form of Goddess Durga is called Shailputri . She is considered the
daughter of the Himalayas. She is a form of Shakti, the consort of Lord Shiva.

Second Day Pooja

The second form of Goddess Durga is known as 'Brahmacharini'. Her name is
derivative of the word 'Brahma', which means 'Tapa' or penace. She is also a
form of Uma or Parvati, a form of Mata Shakti.

Third Day Pooja

On the third day the goddess is worshipped as Chandraghanta. She is the symbolic
representation of beauty and bravery.

Fourth Day Pooja

Kushmanda, is the form of the goddess which is worshipped on the fourth day.
It is believed that Kushmanda is the creator of the entire Universe and she has
created the entire Universe by her laugh.

Fifth Day Pooja

On the fifth day, the form of Goddess is called Skand Mata. She is actually
called so because she is here represented as the mother of Skanda, the chief
warrior of the Gods army.

Sixth Day Pooja

On the sixth day, the goddess is worshipped as Katyayani. Seated on her vehicle
lion, Katyayani has three eyes and four hands.

Seventh Day Pooja

On the seventh day, the Goddess is worshipped as 'Kalratri'. As the name
suggests, Kalrati is as black as a dark night. She has four hands, she is meant
to make the devotees fearless.

Eighth Day Pooja

On the eight day, the Mata Rani is worshipped as 'Maha Gauri'. She is considered
to extremely beautiful, white like snow and accessorized with white colored
ornaments. She represents calmness and exhibits wisdom.

Ninth Day Pooja

On the ninth day, Durga is worshipped as Siddhidatri. It is believed she
consists of all the eight siddhis. She lives on lotus and is worshipped by all
the Rishis-Munis, Siddhas, Sadhakas and Yogis.


Thursday, September 30, 2010

Real facts of Ayodhya Ram Janmabhoomi and Babri Masjid

Ayodhya is Ram Janmabhoomi for Hindus and Babri Masjid for Muslims. It is the disputed land for the Courts. Ayodhya is a challenge for the religious tolerance and secularism of India.

Hindus argue that in 16th century Moghul emperor Babur defeated Chittorghar king Rana Sangram singh in a battle near Sikri. He built Babri Masjid in place of a Rama Temple in Ayodhya.

* 1528: A Mosque was built in the now disputed land.
* 1853: First communal riots were witnessed in the disputed land.
* 1859: A fence was laid between the two places and the inner place was handed over to Muslims and the outer place was handed over to Hindus.
* 1949: Muslims alleged that the idol of Rama was kept inside the mosque by Hindus. As the court was approached by both the parties Government had declared the land as disputed and locked the premises.
* 1950 January 18: First title suit was filed. The court granted permission to worship idols in ‘Asthan Janmabhoomi’.
* 1959: Third suit was filed by Nirmohi Akhara seeking to take charge of the land.
* 1961 December, 18: Uttar Pradesh Sunny Wakf Board appeals to court to handover the Mosque and the land beside it.
* 1986: District court has ordered to open the gates of the mosque to have a darshan of the idols as a petition was filed by a person Harishankar Dubey. Babri Masjid Action Committee was founded.
* 1989: Viswa Hindu Parishad ex president Devaki Nandan filed a suit appealing the court to handover the land to them. Viswa Hindu Parishad laid foundations for building the temple.
* 1990: Viswa Hindu Parishad Kaarsevaks partially demolished the mosque.
* 1992 December 6: Mosque was completely demolished. More than 2,000 people died in the communal riots that followed all over India. Justice Liberhan Commission was set up the Government of India on December 16 to probe the issues.
* 2002: High court had ordered archeology department to survey whether a temple existed on the site.
* 2003 January: AIS starts excavations and confirmed that there existed a temple. Muslims disagree with it.
* 2005 July: Suspected Islamic Militants attack the disputed land. Five militants die in the firing of Security force.
* 2009 June: Liberhan commission gives its report after 48 extensions.
* 2010 July 26: High court completes its investigation. Judgement was reserved for September 24,2010.
* September 17: Ramachandra Tripati filed a petition to postpone the judgement and the court rejected it.
* September 23: Differences between Justice R.V.Ravindran and Justice H.L. Notice were issued to the parties.
* September 28: Supreme Court dismissed the petition filed by Tripati. Now the judgement will be pronounced on 30th September 30.
* September 30: Finally the Ayodhya Verdict Case has been solved. All the Judges has commonly said that the disputed land is Ram Janma Bhumi. All the News Channels are showing the same news. The High Court has revealed its decision in 10000 pages.

We are giving here the main points of the Ayodhya Verdict Case which are being given by the High Court:

* Disputed Area is Ram Janma Bhumi.
* Three Parts will be done of the whole land.
* Plea Of Sunni Waqf Board is rejected by a 2-1 majority.
* Tomb is given to the Hindus and the Ram Lala will be there at the same place as it is.
* Nirmohi Akhada will also be given one third of the land. Sunni waqf Board will be provided one third land (outer land).
* Nirmohi Akhada is provided the Sita Kitchen, and the Ram Gumbaj.
* Sunni Waqf Board is provided outer land for their Namaj Offering.

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Chelation Therapy For Heart Disease

Chelation Therapy For Heart Disease

This is a new theory which has come to my knowledge very recently and I thought
that I should also share with you all.

A few days back my Friends Father in law was admitted in a nursing home due to
severe chest pain.He had an attack in 1997 and was undergoing normal treatment.

Due to the sudden pain just 15 days back we once again got him admitted in a
private nursing home at Kandivali, Mumbai.The doctors later suggested for
Angiography. We conducted the Angiography at Hinduja Hospital and knew from the
reports that he has multiple blockages.

The doctor told that he cannot undergo Angioplasty due to several blockages but
suggested 'By Pass Surgery'.The same day evening we bought him home since the
doctor suggested that his heart is very weak and we can perform the by-pass only
after 15 - 20 days.

In the mean time we were discussing this issue with our relatives and friends,
we got this new information from one of our family friends.There is a new
therapy in the market which is known as - Chelation Therapy.

According to this therapy any patient who has to undergo by-pass need not
undergo the same. The patient is given appx. 18 bottles of blood where in some
medicines are injected along with it. The blood cleans the system and removes all
the blockages from the heart.

The no. Of bottles may increase depending upon the age factor and health of the

The cost of the blood per bottle would be appx. Rs.2,500/- The treatment takes
of appx. 1 month.

There are only 4 doctors in India and one of them is Dr.Dhananjay Shah at Malad
(Mumbai) another at Karnataka.

He has a list of patients who had to undergo by-pass from Lilavati, Hinduja and
other major hospitals but after undergoing the above treatment they are
absolutely fine and leading a normal life.

I give below the Doctor's details for your info:

Dr. Dhananjay Shah.

Hospital Tel: 0091-22-2889 2089.

Mob: 98194 39657.


Dr Hiten Shah

Integrative Cardiac -Vascular Clinic Heart Rehab Centre 230, Satyam Mall,
Ashirwad Poly Clinic, Vastrapur, Ahmedabad,, 380015, Gujarat, India

Tel: +91 09998848590 or 9898077966

Fax: 07940067882

Phosphatidylcholine therapy for treatment of blockage in artery like to treat
heart attack, restenosis after angioplasty or bypass surgery, leg gangrane,
stroke, dementia, less blood supply, metal toxicity


Chelation Therapy



Tel: 91 22 28773777 / 09869035111


Chelation Therapy

Dr Nirupa Mehta

Oxymed Hospital, 320/E; 9A Main, 40 Cross, 5 Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore,
560041, Karnataka, India

Tel: 080-56533273; 9986162526


Chelation Therapy

Oxygen Therapy

Dr.B.Ayaz Akber

Oxymed Hospital No:6,First Main Road, Kasthurba Nagar, Adyar,Chennai - 600 020,
600020, Tamil Nadu (madras), India

Tel: 044-24452753



Chelation Therapy

Colonic Hydrotherapy, Colonic Irrigation

Lymph Drainage Therapy

Oxygen Therapy


1-C, Mahavir, Lajpatrai Road, Vile Parle [W], Mumbai, 400056, Maharashtra, India

Tel: 91-22-26133889 ; 91-22-26631157


Chelation Therapy

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Tel: 040 2341 4418


Chelation Therapy

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428, 9th. Main road, HRBR layout, 1st. Block, Kalyan Nagar, Bangalore-560043,
India .

Tel: 5455166 / 5454025


Acupuncture, Chelation Therapy

Questions and Answers About Chelation Therapy

More Info:

Please do check whether insurance companies/Medicare will reimburse before
undergoing this treatment..

Also, Check whether this is proven one!

Kindly pass on the information to the people you know and one can save huge amount
of money, time and risk of undergoing the operation.


Thursday, June 10, 2010

Healing Waters - Nandana Village 150 Kms from Delhi

Healing Waters and the miraculous healing well in India.

Nadana is a small village near Taraori( Taraori or Tarori, is a city and a Tehsil 16 km north of Karnal in Karnal District ) in Haryana, India.It is around 150KMs from Delhi on NH1.

It is famous for its basmati rice. It once became famous for self-powered tube wells, i.e. water started flowing from tube wells without power. Local people perceived it as a sign of some supernatural power.

In Nadana village, water began gushing out of a deserted tubewell in September 1992. Some local villagers who bathed in the water reported that the "medicinal" and "magical" qualities of the well cured their skin diseases. Word quickly spread, and now a constant stream of people visits the village daily to gain the benefits of the water. A five-year-old polio victim was reportedly cured to a large extent after bathing there. Others report the curing of skin diseases. Most people who bathe in the water report physical improvements of some type. The owner of the well, Mr. Mamraj, one of the village leaders, was reportedly offered a large sum of money from people who wished to buy the well. He rejected the proposal, saying he wanted to use the well for the people, not for making money.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Ram Navmi

The birthday of Lord Rama, the celebrated hero of the famous epic, 'Ramayana', is enthusiastically celebrated on the ninth day of the waxing moon in the month of Chiatra, all over India. Lord Vishnu is worshipped in his human incarnation as Rama, the divine ruler of Ayodhya. Celebrations begin with a prayer to the Sun early in the morning. At midday, when Lord Rama is supposed to have been born, a special prayer is performed. People sing devotional songs in praise of Rama and rock, images of him in a cradle to celebrate his birth.Rathyatras or chariot processions of Ram, his wife
Seeta, brother Lakshman and devotee Hanuman are held from many temples. People gather in thousands on the banks of the sacred river Sarayu for a dip. Some observe a strict fast on this day.

Ayodhya is the focus of great celebrations. Devotees throng the temples of Ayodhya and Pondicherry, two places closely connected with the events of the Ramayana to participate in Ramnavami festivities.

Sri-Ramnavami is dedicated to the memory of Lord Rama. It occurs on the ninth day (navami). The festival commemorates the birth of Rama who is remembered for his preperous and righteous reign. Ramrajya (the reign of Rama) has become synonymous with a period of peace and prosperity. Mahatma Gandhi also used this term to describe how according to him, India should be after independence.

Ram Navami

Ramnavami occurs in the month of March. Celebrations begin with a prayer to the Sun early in the morning. At midday, when Lord Rama is supposed to have been born, a special prayer is performed. In northern India especially, an event that draws popular participation is the Ramnavami procession. The main attraction in this procession is a gaily-decorated chariot in which four persons are dressed up as Rama, his brother Laxman, his queen Sita and his disciple Hanuman. Several other persons dressed up in ancient costumes as work by Rama's solders accompany the chariot. The procession is a gusty affair with the participants shouting praises echoing the happy days of Rama's reign.

Surya - The Sun was recognised as the source of light and heat even in ancient times. The importance of the Sun was much more in the higher latitudes from where the Aryans are supposed to have migrated into India. Many royal dynasties portrayed symbols of virility like the Sun, Eagle, Lion etc. as their progenitor. Rama's dynasty considered them to have descended from the Sun. This could have led to the tagging on, of Rama's birthday to a festival devoted to the sun.

On the face of it Sri-Ramnavmi appears to be just a festival commemorating the reign of a king who was later deified. But even behind present-day traditions there are clues, which unmistakably point to the origin of Ramnavmi as lying beyond the Ramayana story.

Ram Navami 

Sri Ramnavami occurs at the beginning of summer when the sun has started moving nearer to the northern hemisphere. The Sun is considered to be the progenitor of Rama's dynasty, which is called the Sun dynasty (Raghukula or Raghuvamsa, Raghu means Sun and Kula or Vamsa mean familial descendant). Rama is also known as Raghunatha, Raghupati, Raghavendra etc. That all these names begin with the prefix Raghu is also suggestive of some link with Sun worship. The hour chosen for the observance of the lord's birth is that when the sun is overhead and is at its maximum brilliance. In some Hindu sects, prayers on Ramnavami day start not with an invocation to Rama but to Surya (sun). Again the syllable Ra is used in the word to describe the sun and brilliance in many languages. In Sanskrit, Ravi and Ravindra mean Sun.

Significantly, the ancient Egyptians termed the sun as Amon Ra or simply as "Ra". In Latin the syllable Ra is used to connote light. For example, we have Radiance which emission of light, or Radium, which means any substance emitting light or brilliance. The common element is the syllable Ra that in many languages is used to derive words for describing Sun or light.

The occurrence of this syllable in most names used for Rama along with other clues is strongly suggestive that the festival Ramnavami antedates the R- ayana and it must have originated much before the Ramayana, as a 'Sun-festival' for invoking the Sun who was recognised as the source of light and heat even in ancient times. The importance of the Sun was much more in the higher latitudes from where the Aryans are supposed to have migrated into India. Many royal dynasties portrayed symbols of virility like the Sun, Eagle, Lion etc. as their progenitor. Rama's dynasty considered them to have descended from the Sun. This could have led to the tagging on, of Rama's birthday to a festival devoted to the sun.

There is some link between Lord Rama and Sun Worship. The Sun is considered to be the progenitor of Rama's dynasty, which is called the Sun dynasty (Raghukula or Raghuvamsa, Raghu means Sun and Kula or Vamsa mean familial descendant). Rama is also known as Raghunatha, Raghupati, and Raghavendra etc. That all these names begin with the prefix Raghu is also suggestive of some link with Sun worship. The hour chosen for the observance of the lord's birth is that when the sun is overhead and is at its maximum brilliance. Significantly, the ancient Egyptians termed the sun as Amon Ra or simply as "Ra". In Latin the syllable Ra is used to connote light. For example, we have Radiance which emission of light, or Radium, which means any substance emitting light or brilliance. The common element is the syllable Ra that in many languages is used to derive words for describing Sun or light.