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Saptha Rishis Qualification Details

In Hinduism on September 9, 2014 at 08:58

Saptha Rishis, the Seven Sages are revered most in Hinduism and they are given the pride of Place.

 

They are represented in the sky as the Saptha Mandala.(Ursa Major)

 

What are the qualifications of these Saptha Rishis?

 

1.Performing the basic six duties of a Brahmin.

 

Learning the Vedas,

 

Teaching the Vedas to the qualified, by way of disposition and discipline, to others.

 

Perform Yagna,

 

Perform Yagnas for the others.

 

Perform Dhana (Donate),

 

Accept Dhana.

 

In addition they should have the following qualities.

 

Run a Gurukula, where the children are taught, at Home and take care of the disciples as their own children.

 

Enter the family Life only for begetting a progeny.

 

Regulate the senses.

 

Contented.

 

Treat all the Varnas, loosely translated now as Caste, equally.

 

Though Brahma Gnanis, remain in the worldly affairs without being affected by it.

 

The Saptha Rishis change for every Yuga.

 

Saptha Rishis of  the present Manvantara are,

 

Atri, Bhrigu, Kuthsa, Vasishta, Gautama, Kasyapa and Angirasa.

 

Goddess Mahlakshmi was born to Atri  ,Bhrigu.

 

Vasishta was the Guru of Rama and a Brahma Rishi.

 

Kasyapa was the Father of all the Devas and asuras,including the Adithyas, including Vishnu as an Aditya.

 

Angirasa compiled Atharva Veda.

 

Kuthsa gave 82 Rig Vedic Sukthas 62 Rudra Mantras and Prokshana Mantra.

 

Gautama is called ‘Dhrusta,, discoverer of Vedic Mantras, he was the husband of Ahalya and Rajaa Guru of Janaka.

 

Second Manvantara — the interval of Swarochisha Manu

Urja, Stambha, Prańa, nanda , Rishabha, Nischara, and Arvarívat.

Third Manvantara — the interval of Auttami Manu

Sons of Vashista: Kaukundihi, Kurundi, Dalaya, Śankha, Praváhita, Mita, and Sammita.

Fourth Manvantara — the interval of Támasa Manu

Jyotirdhama, Prithu, Kavya, Chaitra, Agni, Vanaka, and Pivara.

Fifth Manvantara — the interval of Raivata Manu

Hirannyaroma, Vedasrí, Urddhabahu, Vedabahu, Sudhaman, Parjanya, and Mahámuni.

Sixth Manvantara – the interval of Chakshusha Manu

Sumedhas, Virajas, Havishmat, Uttama, Madhu, Abhináman, and Sahishnnu.

The present, seventh Manvantara — the interval of Vaivasvata Manu

Kashyapa, Atri, Vashista, Vishvamitra, Gautama, Jamadagni and Bharadvaja

 

* There is a variation in the names of the Saptha Rishis of the present Vaivasvatha Manvantara.

 

Citation.Wiki.

Image.http://www.greatdreams.comUrsa Major

 

 

Time Recoils Earth Is 4.32 Billion Years Hindusim

In Astrophysics, Hinduism, Time on March 21, 2014 at 12:40

Kalpas, Manvantaras, Samvatsaras

Kalpa.

Calculation of Time by Hinduism

Time The Hindu Way.

A Kalpa is 12 hours of Brahma. 2 kalpas make a day and a night of Brahma.

 

He lives for 100 years on this time scale.
How many Mahayugas or Chaturyugas( Four) are there in a Kalpa?
There are 1000 or 1008, Mahayugas in a Kalpa Mahayugas in a Kalpa.

 

84 Chaturyugas is an hour of Brahma.

 

There are 14 Manvantaras in a Kalpa.

 

Check my post on this.( Link provided at the end of this post)

 

A Manu or an Indra lives for 1 Manvantara.

 

A Manvanatara is a 100 years of Indra.

 
There are 72 Chaturyugas to a Manvantara.

The cycle of Kalpas, beginning with Brähma-kalpa and ending with Pädma-kalpa, is repeated a thousand times, Cyclic,non- Linear

 

The present kalpa is called Sveta-varäha-kalpa.
The Bhagavatam speaks of 30 kalpa names, one for each day of his month.

 

This list does not match the list in the Vayu Purana.

The Thirty kalpas of Brahma ,

(1) Sveta-kalpa

, (2) Nilalohita,

(3) Vamadeva,

(4) Gathantara,

(5) Raurava,

(6) Prana,

(7) Brhat-kalpa,

(8) Kandarpa,

(9) Sadyotha,

(10) Isana, (

11) Dhyana,

(12) Sarasvata,

(13) Udana,

(14) Garuda,

(15) Kaurma,

(16) Narasimha,

(17) Samadhi,

(18) Agneya,

(19) Visnuja,

(20) Saura,

(21) Soma-kalpa,

(22) Bhavana,

(23) Supuma,

(24) Vaikuntha,

(25) Arcisa,

(26) Vali-kalpa,

(27) Vairaja,

(28) Gauri-kalpa,

(29) Mahesvara,  and

(30) Paitr-kalpa.
List from the Vayu Purana.
“(1) Bhava.

(2) Bhuva.

(3) Tapah.

(4) Bhava.

(5) Rambha.

(6) Ritu.

(7) Kratu.

(8) Vahni.

(9) Havyavahana.

(10) Savitra.

(11) Bhuvah.

(12) Oushika.

(13) Kushika.

(14) Gandharva.

(15) Rishabha.

(16) Shadaja.

(17) Marjaliya.

(18) Madhyama.

(19) Vairaja.

The great Vairaja Manu was born in this kalpa and his son was the great sage Dadhichi.

(20) Nishada. The race of nishadas (hunters) were created during this period

. (21) Panchama.

(22) Meghavahana.

The word megha means cloud and vahana means to bear. In this kalpa, Vishnu adopted the form of a cloud and bore Shiva on his back.

It is thus that the Kalpa received its name.

(23) Chintaka.

(24) Akuti.

(25) Vijnati.

(26) Mana.

(27) Bhava.

(28) Vrihat

. (29) Shvetalohita.

(30) Rakta.

(31)Pitavasa.

(32) Sita.

(33) Krishna

(34) Vishvarupa.”
Note: There are 864,00 seconds in our day.

Thus Kalpa is a simple multiple of this figure.

By this reckoning the earth is about 4.32 Billion Years old.

Citation .

Hinduism.

https://www.facebook.com/krishnamoorthi.balasubaramanian

Time non Linear Hindusim

 

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Many Ved Vyasas Contradiction?

In Hinduism on November 19, 2013 at 08:42

Though we know Vyasa as the one who gave us the Vedas and The Puranas, there are different Vyasas for different Manvantaras(for Manvantara Details read my post ).

Veda means Prose.

Veda Vyasa means ‘ one who has formed the Vedas into different parts.

In the Vaivasvatha Manvanthara Vedas were formed into divisions twenty eight times.

In the first Dwapara, Lord Brahma divided the Vedas and became the First Vyasa.(Vyasa, according to the Vishnu Purana, is indicative of a position).

The Next Vyasas are.

Manu,

Sukrachariar, Asura Guru,

Bruhaspathi, Deva Guru,

Surya,The Sun God,

Yama, The Lord of Deth,

Indra, the chief of Heaven,

Vasishta,

Saaraswata,

Dhrudhaama,

Thrvrushar,

Bharadwajar,

Antharikshrar,

Dharmi,

Thryaaruni,

Dhananjaya,(Arjuna?)

Kruthanjayan,

Sanjaya(?)

In the next six Dwaparas,the Vyasa are,

Bharatwajar(again, possible  this is also an indicative name)

Gauthama,

Uthama,

Vena,

Somashushmayanar,

Rushar,

Sakthi,

Parasara,

Jathakarana,

Krishnadwaipayana, for the present-Dweedeeya Paraartham,Swetha Varaaha Kalpam,Vaivastha Manvantham,,Kaliyuga,Prathamapdaham.

We are now in the Seventh Manvantara,Vaivastha Manvantara.

This list is according to Sri Vishnu Purana.

Brahmanda Pura’s list of Vyasas differ.

Lord Siva is reported to have divulged the list of Vyasas to Lord Brahma.

The list.

Swetha,

Sathya,

Sathara,

Angrira,

Savitha,

Mruthyu,

Sathakruthu,

Vasishta,

Saraswatha,

Tridhama,

Thrivrata,

Vithatheja,

Dharma Narayana,

Sura Rakshana,

Aruni,

Yosajna,

Krithanjaya,

Rithanjaya,

Bharatwaja,

Vachasrava,

Vachaspati,

Huklayana,

Thrinavindu,

Riksha,

Kshagiri,

Parasara,

Jathukarma,

Krishna Dwaipayana.

However a close look at the list will reveal that these Vyasas are not diferent from the Vishnu Purana list because the names here, as in all Hinduism, are indicative of positions, attributes that may be different.

For example, Mruthyu for Yama,Savitha for Surya,Sura Rakshana for Indra….

In essence the list tallies.

 

Is The Present ‘Manusmrti’ Meant for Us Manu Facts

In Astrophysics, Hinduism on December 31, 2012 at 13:01

Manu is the son of Brahma.

Time, Hindu Concept.

Hindu Concept of Time.

One Manu rules one Manvantara.

There are 14 Manus, each ruling one Manvantara.

One Manvantara lasts  (‘431,8000 *  4(one Cycle of Chatur Yuga)   =   17,27 2000 Years *71 Cycles )= 1226312000 Years.

We are in the Swetavaraha Kalpa.

The Name of the Manu for this Svetavaraha kalpa is  Vaivasvata and The Manvantara is Vaivasvatham.

The Manusmriti we talk abut,  one is not sure, belongs to this Vaivasvata Manu.

Or  are we talking about the first Manu, Swayam bhuba Manu’s Rules?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yuga#Durations_of_four_yugas

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manvantara

The information in the Internet is not clear

Will some one clarify?

Names of Manus.

Related.

http://ramanan50.wordpress.com/2012/10/16/time-non-linear-3-hinduism-explains-how/

Manvantara № Name of Manu for manvantara: Manvantara-avatara name:
01 Svayambhuva Manu Yajna
02 Svarocisha Manu Vibhu
03 Uttama Manu Satyasena
04 Tamasa Manu Hari
05 Raivata Manu Vaikuntha
06 Cakshusha Manu Ajita
07 Vaivasvata Manu (current) Vamana
08 Savarni Manu Sarvabhauma
09 Daksha-savarni Manu Rishabha
10 Brahma-savarni Manu Vishvaksena
11 Dharma-savarni Manu Dharmasetu
12 Rudra-savarni Manu Sudhama
13 Deva-savarni Manu Yogesvara
14 Indra-savarni Manu Brihadbhanu

Above are the names of the Fourteen Manus.

Source;Vishnu Purana.

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