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does really sri hanumanta devaru tried to eat sri surya deva (sun) when he was a baby:

does really sri hanumanta devaru tried to eat sri surya deva (sun) when he was a  baby: sri hanumanta devaru was a very young baby (probably 12 days old), when he saw sri surya devaru was shining very bright as golden colour. it was a amaavaasya (new moon) day and it was a day of surya grahana (solar eclipse). sri hanumanta devaru saw rahu moving towards sri surya devaru to make surya grahana. witnessing this sri hanumanta devaru jumped into the sky and moved in the air as fast as vaayu / wind (since he himself was the avataara of sri mukhyapraana devaru / sri vaayu devaru) and saved sri surya devaru by hitting a punch 👊 to rahu. thus rahu was frightened 😱 of sri hanumanta devaru and ran to seek help from sri Indra devaru. we should note that sri hanumanta devaru is next sri brahma devaru. thus sri hanumanta devaru is full of knowledge and he is very much aware of what he should do and what he shouldn't do. it doesn't matter to sri hanumanta devaru whether he is 12 days old …

does sri hanumanta devaru was agnani (mindless / fool) to not to recognize the sanjeevini aushadi (medicine) in the himaalaya:

does sri hanumanta devaru was agnani (mindless / fool) to not to recognize the sanjeevini aushadi (medicine) in the himaalaya: let us understand this according to original 'raamaayana' (ramayana). In the moola raamaayana and sri vaalmiki raamaayana it is written very clearly that after sri lakshmana devaru became unconscious with the arrows of meghanatha, sri raama immediately asks sri hanumanta devaru to go to the himaalaya and bring the sanjeevini moolika / aushadi (plants). with this sri hanumanta devaru accepts the words of sri raama and quickly starts towards himaalaya parvata. after reaching himaalaya parvata sri hanumanta devaru immediately recognizes the sanjeevini aushadi. we must keep in mind that sri hanumanta devaru is not an ordinary vaanara (monkey man) and he is svayam sri mukhyapraana devaru's (sri vaayu devaru)  avataara and is the next sri brahma devaru. as soon as sri hanumanta devaru sees the sanjeevini moolika, all these moolika bends its body and give…

Corrupted English and other language words from Indian Sanskrit / Samskruta words 47

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761. Pale: In samskruta pale means 'pANDu' (read as paanDu).                        
762. Shrub / bush: In samskruta shrub means 'kSupA / kSup' (read as kshupaa / kshup).                         763. Camel: In samskruta camel means 'kramelaka / kramelak'.                        
764. Knot: In samskruta knot means 'kandi'. In Kannada knot means 'ganTu'. In Hindi knot means 'gaaTh'. All these words are taken from samskruta word.                        
765. State: In samskruta state means 'stAna'.                        
766. Mirror: In samskruta mirror means 'makura / makur'. Other words for mirror in samskruta are 'bimba', 'darpana'.                        
767. Seer: In samskruta seer means 'RSi' (read as rhushi). Very clearly we can understand that seer i…

Corrupted English and other language words from Indian Sanskrit / Samskruta words 46

For over 1000 such type of words, you can visit the below link:


http://bhagavanbhakthi.blogspot.com/2017/03/corrupted-english-and-other-language.html

741. Symphony: In samskruta symphony means 'saGgIti' (read as sagnagiiti).                         742. Seat / Seated: In samskruta seat means 'Asana' (read as aasana) and seated means 'AsIta / AsIt' (read as aasiita / aasiit). Very clearly these English words are corrupted versions of the samskruta words. aasiit = aa + siit = siit  = seat.                        
743. Fortune: In samskruta fortune means 'phalam / phala / phal'. Many times earlier also I have said, Europeans use 'fa', wherever we have used 'pa'. Classical example for this is 'father' in English has been taken from 'pithru' from samskruta.                        
744. Strategic: In samskruta 'strategic' means 'sAmparAyika / sAmparAyik' (read as saamparaayika / saamparaayik). Europeans cannot spel…

Corrupted English and other language words from Indian Sanskrit / Samskruta words 45

For over 1000 such type of words, you can visit the below link:


http://bhagavanbhakthi.blogspot.com/2017/03/corrupted-english-and-other-language.html

721. Humble: In many Bharatiya languages humble means 'hambala / hambal'.   722. Slave: In Samskruta slave means 'sevakam / sevaka / sevak'.                        
723. Foreigner: In Samskruta foreigner means 'paradezi' (read as paradeshi). We have already seen that Europeans use 'fa' instead of 'pa' which is been used in Samskruta. Big example is in English 'father', whereas in Samskruta it is 'pithru'.                        
724. Mare (female horse): In Samskruta mare means 'mayI' (read as mayii).                        
725. Brown: In Samskruta brown means 'babhruka / babhruk'.                        
726. Rope: In Samskruta rope means 'rajju'.
727. Slogan: The samskruta word for slogan is 'shlokam / shloka / shlok'.                        
728. Fan: In…

Why 360 degrees (360°) - why only 360° degrees?

Why 360 degrees (360°) - why only 360° degrees?




360° (360 degrees): How many of us know, why it should be only and always 360° while circumferencing a circle and not less or more. Like why it should not be just 1 degree or 1000 degree or - 20 degree or something else other than 360°. It is because of the following reason. Many of us know that Earth 🌍 rotates around the Sun ☀ through out the year. Let us take Sun ☀ as a centre point of a circle and Earth 🌍 as something which is circumferencing around the Sun ☀ (circumference of a circle). If every degree is taken as a day (whole of one day and night). Thus if Earth 🌍 takes 45 days, than it is 45 degrees. If Earth 🌍 takes 90 days, than it is 90 degrees. For 180 days, it is 180 degrees. Similarly for  360 days, it is 360°. WE SHOULD ALL BE AWARE THAT IN BHARATIYA (Indian) KAALAMAANA (calendar), it is 360 days an year and also we have 'adhika' maasa (Europeans say it as leap year) in every 32.5 months (it is for about 975 days)…