Saibaba Sexual Escapades by BBC Analysis

There are criticisms about Sri Sathya Saibaba of Puttaparthy.
The comments and allegations fall under two categories.


1.He was a magician and a trickster.
What he used to demonstrate, materialising vibhuthi,ornaments out of thin air and the emergence of Shiva Linga from his mouth are simple and elementary tricks of a magician.
Before proceeding further, let  me state that I am not a follower of Saibaba and for that matter any human being however exalted he may be for I follow the  Vedas and its interpretation as Advaita.
I have visited Puttaparthy once because I was compelled by my friend who was 86 and I could not turn him down.
I might add that the tranquility I felt when Baba walked into the hall with about 500 people, can not be expressed or rationalised.
The slander of Saibaba is fueled by a BBC documentary Secret of Sai Baba.
Watch the Video.
Secret of Saibaba
As the credibility of  BBC is high among people(  I do not belong to this category, I go by facts/evidence)
The campaign against Baba has become virulent.
On a careful examination and watching the Video in full, these are my observations.
1.There are self styled Rationalists,who would have you believe that they are the only beings who think and the rest are fools,show in the Video how the materialisatons are done and these are experts performing.
Watch closely how they struggle especially when they try to take Shiva Linga from the mouth.
Notwithstanding the assumption that they are performing to expose the trick of Baba, one can see their struggle in front of an audience numbering less than fifty.
Watch Baba doing these.
However close the camera zooms in, I have not been able to see the slight of hand.You are made to skip the point by the narration.Mute the video and observe what Baba does and how others perform.
What prevents these people from performing these,earn and give away to Society as Baba has done,like making Krishna Water available to Chennai city reeling under water scarcity?
Baba has stated that he was perfoming these only to instil faith among people in God and service to Humanity.
These noble rationalists…
What have they done for the upliftment of people who suffer,at least by consoling them?
What they gained is cheap publicity.
Another point is how and why these people do not say a word about the Saints, most of them promoted by the Vatican by a curious process of conferring Sainthood?
This includes BBC.
Or her treatment of non christians.
OR the Miracles of the Prophet?
Or what is done in Ajmer DARGA?
2.Now to BBC video on the sexual escapades of Baba.
Watch the people who are making these allegations and their facial expressions.
Now if some one had tried to make sexual advances towards you, how do you react or narrate the experiences to a third party that too in  video set to be seen by millions?
Would there not be a sense of revulsion ,anger and loathing in your expressions?
In the video all these people, on the contrary, have a serene expression.
And if you have been molested why do you still wear the materialised  objects by Baba?
How do they explain the happenings in their life after them coming into contact with Baba?
The video is slickly produced with careful editing and script.


Skanda Son Of Agni Is Not Subrahmanya? Vadavagni, The Face of Horse

The topic of Skanda and Subrahmanya is intriguing.

Subrahmanya or Murugan is not mentioned in the Vedas.


Lord Subrahmanya

Skanda is referred to in The  Sama Veda thus.

iti dve esā skandasya samhitā, etām prayuñjan skandam prīnati

The Vamśa Brāhmana is a minor treatise associated with the Sāma Veda. It is concerned with the deities, the Samhitās or their musical renderings of specific hymns among them, and the long line of sages through which the Sāma Veda has come down. The introductory part of Vamśa Brāhmana entitled Sāmatarpana enumerates the list of deities, to whom water-libations are to be offered. Amongst them figure the twin-gods Skanda-Viśākhau, (p. 217, Vamśa Brāhmana).

The Atharva Pariśistas are a collection/compilation delating with elaborate ritualistic and procedures details of important Atharva rites as related to many deities. The 20th section in this text is titled Skandayāga or Dhūrtakalpa, ‘dhūrta’ (literally, ‘rogue’) being a synonym of Skanda.

This vrata is to be observed on the sixth day after new moon in the months of Phālguna (February-March), Āsādha (June-July) and Kārtika (October-November). The worship of Skanda on the occasion follows the usual routine of invocation (āvāhana), invitation (āhvāna), his entry, offering of pādya to wash his feet, worship with flowers, followed by the cordialities (upacāras), naivedya, offerings in fire, worship and consecration of the thread (pratisara), and tying the same, and allowing the god to leave the place (visarjana).

Skanda is called by his other names including Viśākha in the course of the varied worship. In one context (20.6.4) his diverse parentage as the son of Agni, Krttikās, Paśupati, Rudra and Indra is mentioned.

āgneyam krttikāputiamaindram kecidadhīyate /
kecitpāśupatam raudram yo śi so śi namo stu te // iti //

Importantly in 20.2.9, in the context of inviting Skanda to be present for the worship, Skanda is referred to as a ‘brother of Viśākha’.

bhrātra viśakhena ca viśvarūpa
imam balim sānucaram jusasva

Valmiki in his Rāmāyana, compares Rāmā and Laksmana to Skanda-Kumāra, the twin sons of Agni, in youthful charm and prowess (Kumārāviva Pāvakī)..

While Skanda is extolled in the Vedas no mention is made of Subrahmanya.

However Skanda Purana refers thus.

As narrated here, Śiva listens to the troubles of the gods created by the demons against them, and the necessity for Śiva procreating a son soon to overcome their problems. According to their wishes, Śiva took up a beautiful form with six faces and looked at Pārvatī lovingly. At that time, a dazzling lustre similar to numerous suns arose from the eye in his forehead. This was so, because Śiva is greatly self-controlled that his semen can have only an upward movement. Hence he is called Ūrdhva-retas.

The six-faced lustre spread out in the whole world. People, not being able to put up with it, ran in all directions. At Śiva’s suggestion, the Fire and Wind gods carry the lustre to a forest of reeds near Ganges, who united it with a lotus that was in a pond nearby. There a charming child with six faces and twelve arms was born. In the next moment the infant was transformed into a normal but extremely beautiful child (26.16-17).

Again, when at the bidding of Visnu, the six Krttikās came near, the child again became sextuple in order to allow each of them to feed it with millk (tāsām anugrahārthāya sodhā mūrtir abhūt ksanāt). In another context it is said that when Pārvatī embraced the children, they all converged into one form.

In this account there is the emission of the lustre of Śiva through his eye(s) in his forehead. We also have the appearance of Kumāra as a baby in six forms or their merger into a single personality as needed in the context. Hence both the meanings of the root skand, namely, ’emitting’ and ‘merging into one’ are applicable here.

II.v. In yet another context the Skanda Purāna (35.11) applies the third meaning of skand as ‘drying’ or ‘scorching’ (śosana). Does he not attack and scorch the power of his enemies in the three worlds and win over them?

ākramya ca yato śkandaddhikramena jagattrayam
tena skando yamākhyātah sutaste girisambhave..

So Subrahmanya seems to be different as Skanda is associated with Vishaka as his brother whereas Ganesha is treated as the Brother of Subrahmaya.

Skanda Poorvaja , Ganesha is elder to Skanda.

There is a cause for a little confusion here.

Ganesha is referred in the Vedas with Ganesha Upanishad and I have published the text..

But no reference to Subrahmanya in the Vedic texts.

Yet there is another legend that Skanda is the son of Agni, born of Vadavagni, the northern Fire.

Vadavagni is a form of Agni (fire) that is mentioned in the Hindu scriptures. It is believed that it is the escape of this fire from under the ocean which will finally consume the current cycle of creation and prepare the universe for the next cycle of creation.

Hindu Puranas states that Vadavagni was born in the lineage of Sage Bhrigu. The sons of Kartavirya Arjuna in order to finish off the lineage of the Sage Bhrigu started killing descendents of Bhrigu including children. A wise woman of the lineage, who was pregnant, in order to save her child moved the unborn child from her womb to her thighs. When the child was born it was called Aurva.

Later when the sons of Kartavirya came to know about the child they came to kill it. When they held it up they became blind due to the rays that emitted from the child’s body. The child’s anger did not subside and it gave rise to a flame which had the power to eat up the whole world. Sages then put the flame under the ocean. This is the story of Vadavagni.

Vadavagni is located beneath the ocean and has the face of a horse. Hindu Scriptures suggest that mists and clouds are formed due to the activity of the Vadavagni under the sea. It also prevents the sea from consuming the land.

Just before Pralaya, Vadavagni will burst forth as volcanoes from under the sea and escape. Subsequently the seas will consume the land. .

Considering these points and the fact that the Rig Veda was composed in the Arctic, Satyavrata Manu medtiated in  the Mascarene Plateau, the land mass of the present India was near the Arctic in the distant past(please read my post on this), Shiva is found in Australia and Antarctica, The place where Soora Samhara, where Soorapadman was killed by Subrahmanya,Thiruchendur in the southern most tip of India , Murugan Shiva worship is widespread in the far-eastern countries,, it is probable that Shiva and Subrahmanya have more of Southern connection and they moved to Arctic later, as I have postulated earlier.

I shall be checking this with Geology and post my views..

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Manu Founder Of Oman Magan Civilization? 2000 BC

I have written articles on the existence and spread of Sanatana Dharma, Hinduism throughout the world.

It spread to,

Ancient artifacts found in Oman.jpg Ancient artifacts found in Oman.

Malaysia,Indonesia,Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Japan. Korea, New Zealand, Australia, Turkey,Iraq, Oman, Arabia, Spain, Africa, Peru,Cameroon,Bulgaria, Germany,Scandinavian Countries,Mexico, Honduras, US and Canada.

I have provided proof in each article.

Temples, Customs, and languages of India are found in these countries.

Mecca had a Shiva’s Temple and 786 is flipped OM, the sacred chant of the Hindus.

Petra Jordan had a Shiva Temple.

Prophet Muhammad’s Uncle had composed a Hymn on Lord Shiva.

Another ancient language of India, Tamils were ancestors of Mu civilization and Mayas.

The unique custom of rewarding poets in a specific style was found in Arabia, which was called Aravasthan. the Land of Horses.

A Ganesha Idol was found in Oman excavation.

Arabia has over 1000 ancient sites which it does not want to be known.

There was a civilization in the area .

It was called Magan Civilization.

Magan (also Makkan) was an ancient region which was referred to in Sumerian cuneiform texts of around 2300 BC and existed to 550 BC as a source of copper and diorite for Mesopotamia.

The location of Magan is not known with certainty, but most of the archeological and geological evidence suggests that Magan was part of what is now Oman.[2] However, some archaeologists place it in the region of Yemen known as Ma’in,in the south of Upper Egypt, in Nubia or the Sudan, and others as part of today’s Iran or Pakistan’

Hindu God Rama, His Father Dasaratha and brother Bharata are found in Sumerian Kings List.

The term Magan means Son in Tamil.

Ranajit Pal holds that Oman and part of Iran was Magan. In his view king Manium of Magan who, according to Poebel, was also known as Mannu, was the famed Manu, the first sacrificer in the Indian sacred text Rigveda. The name Oman may, in fact, be a memory of Ooumi Manu, one of the several Manus. Pal also states that Magan is the ancient Magadha of the Indian texts. The Indian texts name the Sishunaga and Kakavarna kings of Magadha who have no trace in the Patna area but in the Magan areaElamite kings named In-Susinak and Kak-siwe-Tempti etc. are known.

Archaeologists in Oman have uncovered an important Bronze and Iron Age site during preparations for construction of the Sinaw-Mahut Dual Road Project.  Initial results of the exploration have revealed numerous ancient items dating back 2,300 years and older. The items are linked to the great Majan civilisation, first mentioned in Sumerian cuneiform texts as an incredibly important source of copper and diorite for Mesopotamia.

A research team of the Ministry of Heritage and Culture began excavating the site at Bildat Al Ayoon in order to preserve around 250 graves ahead of construction work to build a road. Archaeologists found artefacts, including pottery and jewellery, dating back from the Iron Age to the middle of the Bronze Age of the Majan civilisation, otherwise known as the ‘Magan’ civilisation.

Sumerian tablets refer to a civilisation named “Magan” as a source of copper, and it is widely believed that Magan was located in present day Oman, and possibly part of Iran. Trading accounts from the Indus Valley civilization, the Sumerian and Assyrian civilizations all mention the seafaring port of Magan and attribute their economic success to trade with Magan, which was referred to in ancient texts as “The Mountain of Copper”.  Indeed evidence from excavations near Sohar in Oman shows that the copper mining and smelting industry was well developed by the year 2000BC, and today as many as 150 ancient copper sites have been found throughout Oman.





Vedic Sarasvati River Flows Again In Haryana

The Hindu Texts mention Sarasvati river exhaustively.

Sarasvathi River Found Sarasvathi River Found, Yamuna Nagar,Haryana.

The River Sarasvati is included in the Prokshana,Sandhyavandan and Snana Mantra..

Gange cha Yamenes chaiva Godavari Sarasvathi,

Narmade Sindhu Kaveri Jalesmin Sannidhim Kuru.

There was a Vedic civilization flourishing on the banks of the Sarasvati river and it was named as Sarasvati Civilization.

Initially all the references found in the Vedas,Puranas and Ithihasas were dismissed as Myths.

As science advances and the web becomes the source of information , which has been not available earlier, the Myths are found to be facts.

Starting from the dates of the Vedas, Ramayana , Mahabharata and Puranas, many of the events have been proved to be facts.

Recent to be proved is the River Sarasvati.

About five thousands year ago ,the Sarasvathy River flowed from Himalaya  in a south-westerly direction along Bata valley and crossed through present day Haryana, where geologists found pebbles generally transported by flowing water of rivers and refined sand generally found in a river path.

Now the Sarswathi river has been found by Geologists in Yamuna Nagar, Haryana.

The water of the river is very shallow – only six feet deep. Locals say that there is a continuous stream running underground as they have found water at 200 feet 1 km from Mugalwali.




Inauspicious Death Days Tripada Dosha Parihara

Hinduism states that there are days which are considered as inauspicious for Death.

If one dies on these specified days, Parihara, Atonement is recommended.

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Pitru Dosha.

Commonly held belief is that if the Pariharas are not done, more deaths would follow.

I am not too sure about this.

What I am certain is that these deaths bring in Pitru Dosha and Pariharas are necessary.

The Days inauspicious for Death fall under three categories.

Relating to the Nakshatras, Stars.

Rohini, Dhanishta, Satabhisham, Purvabhadra, Revathi, Mrugasira, Punarvasu, Uttara, Chitra, Visakha, Uttarashada, and Magha.

Thithis, Waxing and Waning of the Moon.

Padyami, Vidiya, Shashti, Ashtami, Ekadasi, Dwadasi, Trayodasi, Chaturdasi and Amavasya.


Sunday, Tuesday, Friday and  Saturday.

Some Smritis offer the following Parihara.

  • If a death has only one dosha the family members should leave the house for 1 month
  • If a death has two doshas the family members should leave the house for 6 months.
  • If a death has all the three types of doshams the family members should leave the house for 1 year.

As this is not practical now a days, there are other Pariharas as well.

  1. Pitru Tarpan Pooja (Shraddha Pooja) needs to be done at home with 5 dolls  made of Darbha (Kusha Grass) & White Cotton.

Prana Prathistapana ritual (infuse life in the Dolls) ceremony of the 5 dolls needs to be performed.

After Pooja, these 5 dolls should be buried in sand or mud near River or Sea shore.

Or perform Rudrabhisheka at home & offer food to   ancestors.

This pooja needs to be done without fail, otherwise dosha will not be removed.

  1. Nakshatra Shanti pooja & Navagraha Shanti Pooja need to be done for nullifying  the affect of Dosha.
  1. Perform Mahamrityunjaya Homa/Japa  at  home  after the above pooja’s are done.

Or Visit Gokarna  or other Pitru Parihara Sthalas and offer Sraddha.

Nine Temples foe Pitru Dosha Parihara