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Krishna’s Cousin Arishtanemi Jain Tirthankara In Veda

In Jainism on February 24, 2015 at 13:17

Lord Krishna’s Cousin Arishtanemi is a Tirthankara of Jainism!

Lord Krishna as a child.Image.jpg

Krishna as a child

Arishtanemi is also called as Neminatha.

He is the twenty-second Thirthankara .

Tirthankara means one who helps to cross over, creates a Passage.

Life is considered to be an Ocean of pain, it is called Samsara.

Tirthankara is one who has crossed over the Cycle of Birth and death.

They create the path for those who follow them.

There are Twenty four Tirthankaras, Vardhamana Mahavira being the Twenty Fourth

More Tirthankara will manifest in future.

Buddhism and Jainism are two great religions of India and Jainism precedes Buddhism.

These  two Religions are nastika systems of Indian Thought.

Nastika means one that does not belive in the authority of the Vedas.

We may call these systems as Heterodox.

Jains have excellent system of Logic.

And their Ethical system is very stringent.

I shall be posting on Jainism in detail shortly.

Lord Krishna’s Cousin Arishtanemi was a Jain Tirthankara,  a counterpart of Lord Krishna,a Maha Purusha.

Arishtanemi, (Neminatha) Twenty second Tirthankara Sculpture,Image.jpg

Arishtanemi, (Neminatha) Twenty second Tirthankara of Jainism

 

“The Tirthankaras, along with 12 cakravartins (“world conquerors”), nine vasudevas (counterparts of Vasudeva, the patronymic of Krishna), and nine baladevas (counterparts of Balarama, the elder half-brother of Krishna), constitute the 54 mahapurusas (“great souls”), to which were later added nine prativasudevas(enemies of the vasudevas). Other, more minor, figures include nine naradas (counterparts of the deity Narada, the messenger between gods and humans), 11 rudras (counterparts of the Vedic god Rudra, from whom Siva is said to have evolved), and 24 kamadevas (gods of love), all of which show Hindu influences. There are also four groups of gods, the bhavanavasis (gods of the house), the vyantaras (intermediaries), the jyotiskas(luminaries), and the vaimanikas (astral gods). These deities were assimilated from ancient Indian folk religion.”

Note the Vasus, Rudras and Adityas.

My detailed post follows on this.

“Arishtanemi is a legendary figure. Said to have lived 84,000 years before the coming of the next Tirthankara, Parshvanatha, he is believed to have been the contemporary and cousin of the Hindu god Krishna. Legend holds that on his wedding day, Arishtanemi heard the cries of animals being slaughtered for the marriage feast and immediately renounced the world. The name Arishtanemi (“the rim [nemi] of whose wheel is unhurt [arishta]”) is attributed to a dream his mother had before he was born in which she saw a wheel of black jewels. In paintings of the Shvetambara sect, Arishtanemi always appears black (in paintings of the Digambara sect, he is blue). His symbol is the conch. According to Jain belief, he attained moksha (release from earthly existence) on the Girnar Hills in Kathiawar (in western India), which has become a place of pilgrimage for Jains.

 

wait, we have some thing more intersting.

The Vedas refer to Aritanemi in Svasti Vachana.

Svasti vachana is rendered at the conclusion of an auspicious occasion, to Bless by Auspicious words.

HARI OM SVASTI NA INDRO VRIDDHA SHRAVAAH,
SVASTI NA POOSHAAH VISHVA VEDAAH,

SVASTI NA ANTARIKSHYO ARISHTA NEMI,-Yajur Veda

Reference and Citations.

 

http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/34373/Arishtanemi

 

http://www.maabutbhavani.org/Svasti_Vaachan_Puja%20_rituals.html

 

http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Jainism#Origins

 

 

Tamil Kings Gifted 101 Villages For Veda Study A List

In Hinduism on February 14, 2015 at 09:44

Tamil Kings were great patronisers of Sanatana Dharma .

Perunchotru Udiyan Neduncherallathan of the Mahabharata times gave away an Agraharam to Brahmins that it would remain theirs so long he sees the smoke from the Homa Fire comes out of their Homes.

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Vishnu in Chaturvedi Mangalam.

The other Tamil kings followed suit.

We have one Chaturvedi mangalam ( for the study of the four Vedas) in  that name inTamil Nadu.

While we have two known Universities  granted by the kings of North India, we have 101 Villages gifted by the Tamil Kings.

Only 101 Villages have been identified

 

A List.

Caturvedi Mangalam Village-modern Taluk District State Dynasty Cent
1 Adiyaraiya-mangalam Thiruvadikai Cudalore S.Arcot Tnadu Pallava 6th
2 Akalimnangalam Cakkarappalli Papanasam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 11th
3 Akilanayaka Caturvedimangalam Thiruvalanjuli Kumbakonam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 13th
4 Alakiyaa chola Caturvedimangalam Alattur Thirutturaipundi Tanjore Tnadu Chola 10th
5 Amani narayana Caturvedimangalam Thirupparkadal Kanchipuram Chenglepet Tnadu Pallava 9th
6 ArinjikaiCaturvedimangalam Nangavaram Kulithalai Trichy Tnadu Chola 10th
7 ArumolidevaCaturvedimangalam Thiruppuhalur Nannilam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 11th
8 Avaninarayana caturvedimangalam Kaveripakkam Arakkonam Chinglepet T.Nadu Pallava 9th
9 Bhulokamanikka Caturvedimangalam Thiruppuhalur Nannilam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 11th
10 Bhuvaloka Manikka Caturvedimangalam Thiruppuhalur Nannilam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 12th
11 CholakulamanikaCaturvedimangalam Mahadhanapuram Kulithalai Trichy Tnadu Chola 11th
12 Cholakulantaka Caturvedimangalam Pakanur Pandimandalma Madurai Tnadu Pandya 13th
13 Cholakulasundari Ohai Nannilam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 11th
14 CholendrasingaCaturvedimangalam Maramangalam Srivakundam Tirunelveli Tnadu Chola 11th
15 Citrantka Caturvedimangalam Pullaputankudi Papanasam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 12th
16 Danatonga Caturvedimangalam Kottur Nannilam Tanjavur Tnadu Chola 10th
17 Danatonga Caturvedimangalam Thiruppuhalur Nannilam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 13th
18 Dayamukha mangalam Tandantottm Kumbakonam Tanjore T.Nadu Pallava 8th
19 DevendravallavanCaturvedimangalam Maramangalam Srivaikundam Tirunelveli Tnadu Pandya 13th
20 Dharmasura Viluppuram Viluppuram S.Arcot Tnadu Chola 11th
21 Ekadihira mangalam Near Karaikkal Karaikkal enclave Pondicheri Tnadu Pallava 8th
22 Elunurruva Caturvedimangalam Thirumalpur Chenglepet Chenglepet Tnadu Pallava 9th
23 Gangeya raya Caturvedimangalam Virkudi Nannilam Tanjavur Tnadu Chola 13th
24 Gunacilamangalam Piccandar koyil Thirucchi Thirucchi Tnadu Chola 9th
25 Isanamangalam Thirucchenturai Thiruccy Thirucci Tnadu Chola 10th
26 JananathaCaturvedimangalam
27 Jaymkonda chola Caturvedimangalam Thiruppuhalur Nannilam Tajnore Tnadu Chola 11th
28 Kalikadinta Caturvedimangalam Tetiyur Nannilam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 12th
29 Kalingaraya Caturvedimangalam Kampayyanallur Arur Daharmapuri Tnadu Pandya 14th
30 Kerala mahadevi Caturvedimangalam Injikkudi Nannilam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 12th
31 Kerkulasani Caturvedimangalam Vadakadu koyilur Thirutturaipundi Tanjore Tnadu Chola 13th
32 Komangalam Panriyur Papanasam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 13th
33 Kshatriya skhamani Caturvedimangalam Thiruppuhalur Nannilam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 11th
34 Kuladipamangalam Kirakkalur Tirutturaipundi Tanjore Tnadu Chola 12th
35 KulasekaraCaturvedimangalam Tirunelveli Tirunelveli Tirunelveli Tnadu Pandiya 14th
36 Kulottunga Caturvedimangalam Thirukkalar Chola 12th
37 Kulottunga chola Caturvedimangalam Thirunaraiyur Chidamabaram S.Arcot Tnadu Chola 12th
38 Kulottunga chola Caturvedimangalam Thiruppampuram Nannilam Tanjavur Tnadu Chola 11th
39 Kumanamangalam Tirunelveli Tirunelveli Tirunelveli Tnadu Pandiya 14th
40 Lokaditta  Caturvedimangalam Kirakkalur Thirutturaipundi Tanjore Tnadu Chola 12th
41 Madhuranaki Caturvedimangalam Thirumakalam Thirutturaipundi Tanjore Tnadu Chola 13th
42 Mahendramangalam Mahedramangalam Musiri Trichy Tnadu Pallava 7th
43 Manikka Caturvedimangalam Thiruppuhalur Nannilam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 13th
44 Miladamadevi Caturvedimangalam Nenmeli Thirukkoyilur S.Arcot Tnadu Chola 13th
45 Nandipanma mangalam Uyyakkondan Thirumalai Thiruchi Thirucci Tnadu Pallava 8th
46 Nandipanma Mangalam Uyyakkondan Thiumalai Thirucchi Thirucchi Tnadu Pallava 8th
47 Narasinga mangalam Anaimalai Melur Madurai Tnadu Pandya 8th
48 Nicca vinita Caturvedimangalam Anbil Thirucchi Thirucchi Tnadu Chola 10th
49 Nrayana Caturvedimangalam Udaiyarkoyil Papanasam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 14th
50 Pancavanmadevi Caturvedimangalam Papanasam Papanasam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 13th
51 Pancavanmadevi Caturvedimangalam Thrunallur Papanasam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 13th
52 Paramesvaramangalam Paramesvaramangalam Madurantakam Chinglepet Tnadu Pallava 7th
53 Parantaka Caturvedimangalam Siyapuram Kanchipuram Chenglepet Tnadu Chola 10th
54 ParantakaCaturvedimangalam Tiribuvanai Pondicherry Pondicherrry Tnadu Chola 10th
55 Pattattal-mangalam Pattattal mangalam Pttattalmangalam Thirutturai pundi T.Nadu Pallava 8th
56 Pavirimangalam Pullaputan kudi Papanasam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 14th
57 Pavitra manikka Caturvedimangalam Enkan Nannilam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 11th
58 Ponmeynta Caturvedimangalam Near Chidambaram Chidamabaram S.Arcot Tnadu Chola 12th
59 Pukkatturai Vallava Caturvedimangalam Thirumalisai Sriperumpudur S.Arcot Tnadu Chola 13th
60 Pullamangalam Pullamangai Papanasam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 10th
61 RaanadhiraCaturvedimangalam Tiruvadhigai Cudalore S.Arcot Tnadu Pallava 8th
62 Rajadhiraja Caturvedimangalam Enkan Nannnilam Tanjavur Tnadu Chola 11th
63 Rajagambhira Caturvedimangalam Srivanchiyam Nannilam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 12th
64 RajakesariCaturvedimangalam Koyildevarayanpettai Papanasam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 10th
65 Rajamartanda Caturvedimangalam Takkolam Arakkonam Chenglepet Tnadu Palllava 9th
66 Rajanarayana Caturvedimangalam Munnur Tindivanam S/Arcot Tnadu Pallava 13th
67 RajanarayanaCaturvedimangalam Udaiyarkoyil Papanasam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 11th
68 Rajaraja Caturvedimangalam Brahmadesam Viluppuram S.Arcot Tnadu Chola 10th
69 Rajaraja Caturvedimangalam Near Thiruppuhalur Nannilam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 13th
70 Rajaraja Caturvedimangalam Thirumandangudi Papanasam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 13th
71 RajendraCaturvedimangalam Srivaikundam Srivaikundam Tirunelveli Tnadu Chola 11th
72 Ramadeva mangalam Near Chidambaram Chidamabaram S.Arcot Tnadu Chola 13th
73 Sendamangalam Sendamangalam Thindivanam S.Arcot Tnadu Pallava 13th
74 Simhavishnu Caturvedimangalam Tnadu Pallava 6th
75 Sivapada sekharaCaturvedimangalam Accyutamangalam Nannilam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 13th
76 Skanda sishya mangalm Rayakkottai Krishnagiri Dharmapuri dist Tnadu Pallava 8th
77 Somanatha Caturvedimangalam Accyutamangalam Nannilam Tajnore Tnadu Chola 13th
78 Sri Mudikonda chola Caturvedimangalam Thiruppuhalur Nannilam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 11th
79 Sri Tongamangalam Sitakkamangalam Nannilam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 12th
80 SrikandharathithaCaturvedimangalam Thirumalapadi Udayarpalayam Trichy Tnadu Chola 10th
81 Srikantamangalam Pullamangalam Papanasam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 10th
82 Srivallabamangalam Gangaikondan Tirunelveli Tirunelveli Tnadu Pandiya 13th
83 Srivasishtakudi Tittakudi Tanjore Tnadu Vijayanagar 14th
84 SuttamaliCaturvedimangalam Kalappal Thirutturaipundi Tanjore Tnadu Chola 11th
85 Tayium nalla karuvur Pattur Nannilam Tanjore Tnadu Tnadu 12th
86 Thiruccirrambala -mangalam Near Chidambaram Chidamabaram S.Arcot Tnadu Chola 12th
87 ThiruchirrambalaCaturvedimangalam Tittaikudi Virudhachalam S.Arcot Tnadu Chola 12th
88 Thiruttondatokai mangalam Near Thiruppanaiyur Nannilam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 13th
89 Tribhuvanamahadevi Caturvedimangalam Thiruaikavur Papanasam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 10th
90 Tribhuvanamahadevi Caturvedimangalam Udaiyar koyil Papanasam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 11th
91 Tribhuvanamahadevi Caturvedimangalam Thiruvaikavur Papanasam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 11th
92 Tyagasamudra Caturvedimangalam Udaiyar koyil Papanasam Tanjore Tnadu Chola 13th
93 Udayachandra mangalam Udayendram Gudiyattam N.Arcot dist Tnadu Pallava 8th
94 Ulakalanta chola Caturvedimangalam Omampuliyur Chidamabaram S.Arcot Tnadu Chola 12th
95 Uttama sili Caturvedimangalam Thirupalatturai Thiruchi Tnadu Chola 10th
96 Uttarameru Caturvedimangalam Uttramerur Kanchipuram Chenglepet Tnadu Pallava 8th
97 VijayankuraCaturvedimangalam Thiruparaithurai Trichy Trichy Tnadu Pallava 8th
98 Vikkiramachola Caturvedimangalam Erumbur Tnadu Chola 12th
99 Viranarayana Caturvedimangalam Mukiaiyur Chidamabaram S.Arcot Tnadu Chola 10th
100 ViruddharajabhayankaraCaturvedimangalam Thiruchendurai Trichy Trichy Tnadu Chola 12th
101 ViruddharajabhayankaraCaturvedimangalam Thiruchendurai Trichy Trichy Tnadu Chola 12th

 Citation.

http://www.kamakoti.org/kamakoti/articles/ChaturvediMangalam.html

Bhima’s Seat Bhimbetka Oldest Cave Shelter

In Hinduism on February 11, 2015 at 12:52

It is not surprising to find evidence that the Ithihasa and Puranas are right.

I have been posting articles validating the information provided by the Ithihasas and Puranas with the help of Astronomy,Archeology,Lingusitics and Geology.

One more addition to the Geological evidence about the Mahabharata.

We have a place in Madhya Pradesh, Bhimbetka, ‘Bhima’s Seat’

It is a Rock shelter, presumed to be the oldest in the world.

It is declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Bhimas' Seat, Bhimbetk.jpg

Bhimas’ Seat, Bhimbetka,Madhya Pradesh India,Rock Shelters

The Bhimbetka rock shelters are an archaeological site of the Paleolithic, exhibiting the earliest traces of human life on the Indian subcontinent, and thus the beginning of the South Asian Stone Age. It is located in the Raisen District in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, near Abdullaganj town and inside the Ratapani Wildlife Sanctuary. At least some of the shelters were inhabited by Homo erectus more than 100,000 years ago.[1][2] Some of the Stone Age rock paintings found among the Bhimbetka rock shelters are approximately 30,000 years old.[3] The caves also deliver early evidence of dance. They were declared a World Heritage Site in 2003.

The name Bhimbetka (भीमबैठका) is associated with Bhima, a hero-deity of the epic Mahabharata.[4] The word Bhimbetka is said to derive from Bhimbaithka, meaning “sitting place of Bhima”

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Man Riding a Horse Bhibedka.

 

The Rock Shelters of Bhimbetaka (or Bhim Baithaka) lie in the Raisen District of Madhya Pradesh, 45 kilometers south of Bhopal at the southern edge of the Vindhya hills. South of these rock shelters are successive ranges of the Satpura hills.

 

Coordinates: 22.9214 N 77.5850 E
No: 77        (list of all attractions)
Categories: Petroglyphs and rock art, Caves, Ancient settlements, Ancient burials,Buddhist shrines
Values: Art, History, Archaeology, Geology
Rank: 2
Address: Asia, India, Madhya Pradesh, Raisen district, low hills north from Narmada River, west from Berkhera and south from Obaidullaganj
Writing in Devanagari: भीमबेटका पाषाण आश्रय
Age: At least 290,000 years old petroglyphs, paintings up to 15,000 years old, newest drawings – 11th – 14th c. AD.
UNESCO World Heritage status: Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka, 2003, No.925

hese caves contain the oldest known petroglyphs in the world, some of the most impressive galleries of ancient paintings and even the remnants of Buddhist temples and paintings from 11th – 14th century AD.

There are hundreds of caves with paintings and some 12 – 15 are open for visitors. In spite of the unique values of Bhimbetka this site is not that popular among tourists yet.

 

The largest Indian gallery of prehistoric art is spread over wide, circa 40 km² large area. Thus far here have been found some 760 caves on seven hills and more than 500 of these caves contain paintings and other artwork. The largest number of caves is on Bhimbetka Hill – 243 caves and Lakha Juar – 178 caves.

In a wider area around Bhimbetka there are known more than 1,700 rock shelters. 2 kilometres south-east from Bhimbetka, 1 km east from Bhianpur there is another group of caves with ancient paintings – Chhoti Jamun Jhiri.

Some caves are very small but others can be large enough to take hundreds of people.

Most ancient petroglyphs in the world

There is little doubt – exploration of these caves will provide exciting discoveries for many years to come. One such unexpected discovery was made in a large cave calledAuditorium Cave.

Auditorium Cave is large, some 25 m long horizontal cave. At the far end of entrance gallery it widens into larger room with three passageways diverting from it. In the centre of this hall there stands enormous boulder – “Chiefs Rock”, 2.5 m high and 3.4 m wide, its volume is approx. 9 m3.

Cave was well known but it hid an unexpected surprise. In 1990 here, on Chief’s Rock, were discovered 9 cupules – simple, round hemispheric cavities with traces of red pigment. They looked very old but it seemed nearly impossible to find their true age.

 

Citation.

Bhimbetka Rock Shelters www. wondermondo.com

Bhimbeka wiki

 

Shiva Sthuthi By Prophet’s Uncle Umar-Bin-E-Hassham

In Hinduism, Islam on February 9, 2015 at 08:37

I have posted articles on the existence of Hinduism, Sanatana Dharma in Mesopotamia,including the Arabian Peninsula.

These articles were about the Kaaba, Mecca being a Hindu place of worship and there is a Shiva Linga;King Vikramadhitya’s Inscription is found there.

I shall be posting a detailed article on the History of Kaaba.

In the meanwhile, I would like to share a Poem, Stuthi on Lord Shiva by Umar-Bin-E-Hassham, an Uncle of Prophet Muhammad.

Muhammad’s uncle was one of the resident priests of the Shiv temple known as “Kaaba”.

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Poem on Lord Shiva By Prophet’s Uncle.

The Shiva Sloka

Kafavomal fikra min ulumin Tab asayru
Kaluwan amataul Hawa was Tajakhru
We Tajakhayroba udan Kalalwade-E Liboawa
Walukayanay jatally, hay Yauma Tab asayru
Wa Abalolha ajabu armeeman MAHADEVA
Manojail ilamuddin minhum wa sayattaru
Wa Sahabi Kay-yam feema-Kamil MINDAY Yauman
Wa Yakulum no latabahan foeennak Tawjjaru
Massayaray akhalakan hasanan Kullahum
Najumum aja- at Summa gabul HINDU

 

Translation.

The man who may spend his life in sin
and irreligion or waste it in lechery and wrath
If at least he relent and return to
righteousness can he be saved?
If but once he worship Mahadeva with a pure
heart, he will attain the ultimate in spirituality.
Oh Lord Shiva exchange my entire life for but
a day’s sojourn in India where one attains salvation.
But one pilgrimage there secures for one all
merit and company of the truly great.

Citation.

Prophet’s Uncle wrote a Stuthi on Shiva

Vikramadhitya Inscription In Kaaba,Mecca

In Hinduism on February 8, 2015 at 18:36

King Vikramadithya’s Kingdom extended to Mesopotamia and included the present day Saudi Arabia.

 

‘Evidence is now available that the whole of Arabia was part of the great Indian King Vikramaditya’s vast empire. The extent of Vikramaditya’s empire is one of the main reasons for his world-wide fame. Incidentally this also explains many intriguing features about Arabia. It could be that Vikramaditya himself had this peninsula named Arvasthan if he was the first Indian monarch to capture it and bring it under his sway…

 

Its central pilgrim centre, Mecca is also a Sanskrit name. Makha in Sanskrit signifies a sacrificial fire. Since Vedic fire worship was prevalent all over West Asia in pre-Islamic days Makha signifies the place which had an important shrine of fire worship.

Coinciding with the annual pilgrimage of huge bazaar used to spring up in Makha i.e. Mecca since times immemorial. The annual pilgrimage of Muslims to Mecca is not at all an innovation but a continuation of the ancient pilgrimage. This fact is mentioned in encyclopedias.

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Shiva Linga in Kaaba

‘A reference to king Vikramaditya comes in an inscription found in the Kaaba in Mecca .

The text of the inscription, supposedly found inscribed on a gold dish hung inside the Kaaba shrine, is said to have recorded in a volume known as Sayar-ul-Okul (meaning, memorable words) treasured in the Makhtab-e-Sultania library in Istanbul, Turkey.

 

“Fortunate are those who were born (and lived) during king Vikram’s reign. He was a noble, generous dutiful ruler, devoted to the welfare of his subjects. But at that time we Arabs, oblivious of God, were lost in sensual pleasures. Plotting and torture were rampant. The darkness of ignorance had enveloped our country. Like the lamb struggling for her life in the cruel paws of a wolf we Arabs were caught up in ignorance. The entire country was enveloped in a darkness so intense as on a new moon night. But the present dawn and pleasant sunshine of education is the result of the favour of the noble king Vikramaditya whose benevolent supervision did not lose sight of us–foreigners as we were. He spread his sacred religion amongst us and sent scholars whose brilliance shone like that of the sun from his country to ours. These scholars and preceptors through whose benevolence we were once again made cognisant of the presence of God, introduced to His sacred existence and put on the road of Truth, had come to our country to preach their religion and impart education at king Vikramaditya’s behest.”

For those who would like to read the Arabic wording I reproduce it hereunder in Roman script:

 “Itrashaphai Santu Ibikramatul Phahalameen Karimun Yartapheeha Wayosassaru Bihillahaya Samaini Ela Motakabberen Sihillaha Yuhee Quid min howa Yapakhara phajjal asari nahone osirom bayjayhalem. Yundan blabin Kajan blnaya khtoryaha sadunya kanateph netephi bejehalin Atadari bilamasa- rateen phakef tasabuhu kaunnieja majekaralhada walador. As hmiman burukankad toluho watastaru hihila Yakajibaymana balay kulk amarena phaneya jaunabilamary Bikramatum”.
(Page 315 Sayar-ul-okul).

[Note: The title ‘Saya-ul-okul’ signifies memorable words.]

Following are the Arabic wording of the inscription reproduced in Roman script:

“…Itrashaphai Santu Ibikramatul Phahalameen Karimun Yartapheeha Wayosassaru Bihillahaya Samaini Ela Motakabberen Sihillaha Yuhee Quid min howa Yapakhara phajjal asari nahone osirom bayjayhalem. Yundan blabin Kajan blnaya khtoryaha sadunya kanateph netephi bejehalin Atadari bilamasa- rateen phakef tasabuhu kaunnieja majekaralhada walador. As hmiman burukankad toluho watastaru hihila Yakajibaymana balay kulk amarena phaneya jaunabilamary Bikramatum…” (Sayar-ul-okul, pg. 315).

Rendered in free English the inscription reads as follows:

“…Fortunate are those who were born (and lived) during king [Vikramaditya’s] reign. He was a noble, generous dutiful ruler, devoted to the welfare of his subjects. But at that time we Arabs, oblivious of God, were lost in sensual pleasures. Plotting and torture were rampant. The darkness of ignorance had enveloped our country. Like the lamb struggling for her life in the cruel paws of a wolf we Arabs were caught up in ignorance. The entire country was enveloped in a darkness so intense as on a new moon night. But the present dawn and pleasant sunshine of education is the result of the favour of the noble king Vikramaditya whose benevolent supervision did not lose sight of us – foreigners as we were. He spread his sacred religion amongst us and sent scholars whose brilliance shone like that of the sun from his country to ours. These scholars and preceptors through whose benevolence we were once again made cognizant of the presence of God, introduced to His sacred existence and put on the road of Truth, had come to our country to preach their religion and impart education at king Vikramaditya’s behest…”

However, the book (from which the above quotation comes) remains a controversial issue, with some Muslim communities having a skeptical view about the existence of the book. Which makes it uncertain if the so-called golden dish was present inside or associated with the shrine (in its modern sense) as claimed. It may be noted though that the era of Vikramaditya, if placed in the 1st Century BC, makes him predate the origins of Islam by a few centuries, and hence, there may not be any direct association between the king and Islam.’

My answer to the italicized portion is that Vikramadhitya was originally called Chandragupta II .

If  Vikramadhitya’s date is 1 BC,it is possible what is mentioned in the Kaaba does not refer to Vikramadhitya, but could refer to his descendants,who could have been named after him, as the original Vikramadhitya was named after His father.

n the west the other bank of the Sindhu River; in the South the Setu; Badarinarayana in the Himalayas formed the North limit and the city of Kapilavastu, the boundary in the East. These were the limits of Vikramaditya’s Empire.

Another sloka states,
“By the grace and command of Siva, Gandharvasena’s son, Vikramaditya reigned as Emperor, for hundred years. His son “Devabhakta” after ruling for ten years, was killed in a battle by the cruel Sakas.”(Kali 3130 or 29 A.D.)..”

Second point is that there are no historical proof for the existence of the Prophet.

Please read my post on this.

Citation.

Vikramadhitya Inscription in Kaaba.

Saudi Arabia Vedic Vikramadhitya Kingdom

Vikramadhitya Date

Shiva Linga in Mecca

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