Who Is Good Do We Know


I recently watched the popular talk show on StarVijay TV with participation from parents,teachers and students.

And what the teachers see as good and how do they identify the Good Student in general and a Good man in particular.

To my shock none of them have been able to specify a single attribute that characterizes a good Man.

The yard stick to determine One who is Good seems to be,

1.Good education with top rank.

2.Settling well in Life.

3,Respect to elders.

Baby Abuse By Maid Videos For Parents


Those who are after crass materialism, justifying the craze for Money and creature comforts, with the excuse of citing ‘cost of living,those who say this

themselves are not convinced of this), must watch these Videos of Babies being left to the care of the Maids.

I do not wan to add any comment as the videos are enough and for more information on these and parenting, check my posts on parenting/lifestyle.

Principles Of Parenting In The Vedas Hinduism


Perform other duties like Aupaasanam and other nithya karmas-read my posts on Rituals of Hindus, Samskaaras.

Give the pride of place for the family Deity.

Worship the Gods at fixed time daily at Home.

Vedas do not speak about. building a Temple, much less visiting Temples.

3.Dharma Sambhashana.

Talking about Righteousness , Moral Books, Purans, Itihaas and of course the Vedas.

Environment Definition Study In The Vedas Hinduism


Unto the Heaven be Peace, Unto the Sky and the Earth be Peace,
Peace be unto the Water, Unto the Herbs and Trees be Peace,
Unto all the Gods be Peace, Unto Brahma and unto All be Peace.
And may We realize that Peace.
Om Peace Peace Peace”

It deals with Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry,Astronomy,Astrophysics,Metallurgy,Nano Technology,Biology,Molecular Biology and the like, it deals

with Environment studies as a Science.

The Vedas use the term ‘Paryavarana’ to indicate the Environment.

The Atharva Veda uses the terms ‘Vritavrita, Abhivarah,Avritah,Parivrita’

The Atharva Veda describes /defines Environment thus. ‘Chandamsi’