Updates from September, 2013 Toggle Comment Threads | Keyboard Shortcuts

  • Harshad Joshi 3:28 pm on September 14, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , ganpati, ganpati2013, ,   

    The sacred flame 

    image

    Posted from WordPress for Android

    Advertisements
     
  • Harshad Joshi 9:15 am on July 5, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , God Particle, Higgs Boson, , Sanskrit,   

    Higgs Boson – The God, The Ghost or the Gods debris 

    God particle is the real ghost..nobody asks questions as to how and why particle acceleration took place initially?! Each one of us is part of Gods debris that was floating in gigantic space..when He blew himself to know what he was..! God will cease to exist once he knows he is God. There will be no purpose for his existence..and to know what is real..he blows himself up to millions of small bits and pieces! And this cycle will continue…to control it..there are anti god particles which prevents gods debris to rejoin…These anti god particles are the reason why WE exist…

    The ancient thinkers realized the cosmic secrets and locked it in cryptic text, mantras, hymns…it was for our own good…

    Hymns are actually passwords that can unlock a fascinating world filled with spirits, forces which hold human existence..

    For the curious souls, here is the vedic mantra that describes origin reason and desire of universe

    नासदासींनॊसदासीत्तदानीं नासीद्रजॊ नॊ व्यॊमापरॊ यत् ।
    किमावरीव: कुहकस्यशर्मन्नभ: किमासीद्गहनं गभीरम् ॥१॥

    न मृत्युरासीदमृतं न तर्हि न रात्र्या।आन्ह।आसीत् प्रकॆत: ।
    आनीदवातं स्वधया तदॆकं तस्माद्धान्यन्नपर: किंचनास ॥२॥

    तम।आअसीत्तमसा गूह्ळमग्रॆ प्रकॆतं सलिलं सर्वमा।इदम् ।
    तुच्छॆनाभ्वपिहितं यदासीत्तपसस्तन्महिना जायतैकम् ॥३॥

    कामस्तदग्रॆ समवर्तताधि मनसॊ रॆत: प्रथमं यदासीत् ।
    सतॊबन्धुमसति निरविन्दन्हृदि प्रतीष्या कवयॊ मनीषा ॥४॥

    तिरश्चीनॊ विततॊ रश्मीरॆषामध: स्विदासी ३ दुपरिस्विदासीत् ।
    रॆतॊधा।आसन्महिमान् ।आसन्त्स्वधा ।आवस्तात् प्रयति: परस्तात् ॥५॥

    कॊ ।आद्धा वॆद क‌।इह प्रवॊचत् कुत ।आअजाता कुत ।इयं विसृष्टि: ।
    अर्वाग्दॆवा ।आस्य विसर्जनॆनाथाकॊ वॆद यत ।आबभूव ॥६॥

    इयं विसृष्टिर्यत ।आबभूव यदि वा दधॆ यदि वा न ।
    यॊ ।आस्याध्यक्ष: परमॆ व्यॊमन्त्सॊ आंग वॆद यदि वा न वॆद ॥७॥

     

    These are just some thoughts..it all depends on us how we accept this reality or deny it..

     
  • Harshad Joshi 2:48 am on August 15, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , ,   

    Independence Day 

    India Flag

    Yesterday, our forfathers fought against the evil british empire..

    Today..we have to fight against the evil corrupted system that they have left behind..

    The battle isent over…

    Happy Independence Day, India..

     
    • Pradeeesh 2:54 pm on January 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      I Love My India

    • Johnk624 11:46 pm on September 9, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      I think this is one of the most important info for me. And i am glad reading your article. But wanna remark on few general things, The web site style is ideal, the articles is really excellent D. Good job, cheers gdkeegdeagdk

  • Harshad Joshi 12:11 pm on December 29, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 2008, 2009, Aesops Fables, , Obama, Outsourcing, Panchatantra, Recession, , , Wise words, Wordpress   

    The end brings a new beginning 

    The end was actually hiding a new beginning in its sphere;

    darkness became the light,

    the wind turned into the smell of fear…

    2008 will end soon. Thank you to everyone who supported me. I had promised, even if this blog might stop for a while, the journey still continues…Some of you mailed me, some of you called me, I thank you. I wont pretend, but your words helped me a lot..

    I cannot make you wait for too long..

    You can now find me on Twitter – http://twitter.com/sevenlives

    House on a tree..the zen way

    This is a new venture by me into realms of unknown. I have tried to be honest while writing the Haiku, an art that is obscure, difficult to master, yet at the same time offers simple advice to the reader, the Zen way. At the same time, you can find humour, sarcasism, philosophy, rhythm a blend of everything…As a kid, I read a lot of Aesops Fables, Panchatantra, Indian legends, so expect to find the wise sages, the lonely Hermits, the houseless woods, speaking tigers, poisonous snakes, dangerous scorpions, smiling babies, everything that we encounter in our dreams and real life 🙂 .Sometimes you might not actually feel like reading a stereotype Haiku, but i have tried to preserve the ‘3 line rule’ , short is sweet..It offers me several advantages –

    1. It requires less time to write

    2. It helps to deliver the right message in right time

    3. Offers you lot of flexibility in reading, you dont need to be holed up forever in front of pc all the time..

    What more I can say now? Its time you can go and read it. Mind you, its Twitter, microblogging has got some limitations, the Haikus I wrote still maintain a rough edge, but I havent tried to hide the naiveness, maybe it will help to end the learning phase a little more fast..Twitter cannot substitute WordPress, but for the timebeing, it serves well..

    This is the sample of what you can expect

    People understand Tao

    People understand Zen

    Lying is a bad habit..

    This Haiku is obviously meant to target all marketting mongers. They are all of the same catagory, they try to sell you anything making it appear useful, however you bring it, you realize, its a waste of resources. We all need to be careful. Dont invest into something that appears glamorous, glosy. Too much of shine can be harmful. Your money/time/resources are precious, use them wisely and dont succumb to any pressure. In todays age, where recession looms ahead, job cuts are round the corner, we need to make sure we act wisely.

    Or

    Peace and goodwill

    they are everlasting desires

    Weak people have got no options…


    Todays tough age demands more out of us. No one can afford to be weak and request help all the time. Its apparant that a weakling is a burdan in any society. Unless you are strong, you are firm, you will always stay at the mercy of others, thus making your life miserable and weak. A weak person always desires peaec, but he is unable to fight for it, thus living forever in grief..A lesson we learn from Indias IT sectors debacle – Depend on US for yor jobs, you will always be at the perils of anti outsourcing voices. Obama isent a good man who will work in your favour, making life easy for you. The time isent the same now. Its time to get tough and act accordingly..Develop your own technology and then sell it. Sooner or later the world will be at your feet.

    Ok, thats enough for now.

    With all your blessings and compliments,

    I will be there again…

    See you on Twitter.

    Harshad Joshi.

     
    • Mahendra 4:19 am on December 30, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      “A weak person always desires peaec, but he is unable to fight for it, thus living forever in grief.”

      Well said!
      I am totally in agreement with above.
      Besides IT, we in the engineering industry are also experiencing slow down . The Infrastructure business which was the flag ship business group of the company, is lying low. Customer who have once placed the orders, are not in position to take deliveries due to cash crunch. Infrastructure business in mostly dependent upon the World Bank Finance . When this source dries down, the going gets tough.

      With all the Odds of 26/11 reminds me of this poem:-

      Still I Rise —–

      You may write me down in history
      With your bitter, twisted lies,
      You may trod me in the very dirt
      But still, like dust, I’ll rise.

      Does my sassiness upset you?
      Why are you beset with gloom?
      ‘Cause I walk like I’ve got oil wells
      Pumping in my living room.

      Just like moons and like suns,
      With the certainty of tides,
      Just like hopes springing high,
      Still I’ll rise.

      Did you want to see me broken?
      Bowed head and lowered eyes?
      Shoulders falling down like teardrops.
      Weakened by my soulful cries.

      Does my haughtiness offend you?
      Don’t you take it awful hard
      ‘Cause I laugh like I’ve got gold mines
      Diggin’ in my own back yard.

      You may shoot me with your words,
      You may cut me with your eyes,
      You may kill me with your hatefulness,
      But still, like air, I’ll rise.

      Does my sexiness upset you?
      Does it come as a surprise
      That I dance like I’ve got diamonds
      At the meeting of my thighs?

      Out of the huts of history’s shame
      I rise
      Up from a past that’s rooted in pain
      I rise
      I’m a black ocean, leaping and wide,
      Welling and swelling I bear in the tide.
      Leaving behind nights of terror and fear
      I rise
      Into a daybreak that’s wondrously clear
      I rise
      Bringing the gifts that my ancestors gave,
      I am the dream and the hope of the slave.
      I rise
      I rise
      I rise.

      Wish you all happy new year…

    • Harshad Khandare 6:44 am on June 28, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      My Dream home.. Tree House..

  • Harshad Joshi 5:24 pm on August 28, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Arjun, Drona, Duryodhan, ISKON, , Kauravas, Krishna, Kuru, Kurukshetra, Mahabharat, Pandav, Ramayan, Shri Bhagvad Geeta, Shri Narayan   

    The barren land of Kurukshetra 

    Arjuna looked around himself. The Sun was shining brightly on Krukshetra. The scared land of Kuru. It was from this place, where it all began….. He saw an endless sea of warriors stretched perheps till end of this world. This was not his main concern. He knew what the end result was. He knew himself from within. He knew it right. All the sages and heavenly spirits were ready to assist him in this final battle. Arjuna sensed his Gandeeva. It was still shining as it had been gifted to him by Lord Shiva. The Gandeeva had the sacred powers of the mighty Mahadev. On top of it, it had a deadly combination of Narayan Astra and Brahma Astra, ready to strike terrors in most mighty enemies. Arujna had faith in his weapons. He had blessings of his Guru Drona….

    Guru Drona….Suddenly, Arjuna felt weak.

    Guru Drona. The learned Brahmin warrior. The old man who had both the blessings of Saraswati and Mahakali. The same warrior, who had granted Arjuna the power of wisdom and knowledge a time ago. The teacher of Arjuna.

    Arjuna remembered all his childhood days. The first day in Dronas ashram…. The first fatherly affection and guidance, unknown because of  Pandus death…… The first tones of Freedom in wisdom and sacred Vedas, all learnt at Dronas ashram….. The first bow…..The first arrow….The eye of bird…Eklavyas sacrifice….The blessings of Guru…..The victory at Draupadis Swayamwar…The insult in court of Hastinapur…The Promise….The pain from where it began….

    Arjuna felt weak in his moral strength on seeing the thin, frailed Drona. After all, Drona was his Guru. How can one kill a Guru? Guru is as important as the Creator, the Protector, the Destroyer.How can it be possible?

    The confident hold on mighty Gandeeva loosened a bit..Arjuna looked at Brahma Astra. This as the greatest gift of the Guru to his favourite disciple. The ultimate protector in War. Any man possessing it was considered God. Drona was one of amongst them. How selflessly he granted the ultimate weapon to Arjuna. He had complete faith in Arjunas capabilities. More then what he had in his Son Ashwathama.

    ……Will I be a slayer? Am I a killer? What is use of a kingdom, if I will be a sinner? I will burn in seven Hells till eternity. Killing the Brahmin is a sin, that is unforgiven by God. On top of it, its Drona !!!! My guru. The first guide in this life after Kunti. Can I do it???…….

    Arjunas mind was beginning to engulf in a major crises.

    Krishna smiled to himself. The time was about to come soon…..

     
    • invitation2islam 11:56 am on September 23, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Pretty cool post, I like to learn about other religions.

    • Nidhi 4:45 am on June 28, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Really nice..does this end here? I wanted to read Lord Krishna’s words to Arjuna.

      • Harshad Joshi 7:14 am on June 28, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Please read the ‘Shri Bhagwad Geeta’, a book meant to enlighten all humanity.

  • Harshad Joshi 4:47 am on June 26, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Dharma, , Enlightment, , , Healings, Illusions, , , , , , , , , Shri Shankaracharya, , , , , ,   

    Enlightment,a new hope 

    मी आसाच आहे……
    धर्मासाठी झुंजावे…
    झुंजोनी अवाघ्यांसी मारावे…
    मारिता मारिता घ्यावे राज्य आपुले…
    देव मस्तकी धरावा,
    अवघा हल्लकल्लोळ करावा..

    Men are haunted by the Future. Men are haunted by the vastness of eternity. And so we ask ourselves: will our actions echo across the centuries? Will strangers hear our names long after we are gone, and wonder who we were, how bravely we fought, how fiercely we loved?

    I call myself a Peaceful Warrior… because the battles I fight are on the inside..

    All Karmas proceed with the force to either remove pain or gain pleasure
    Experiencing pleasure and pain, we roam the streets of Samsara

    Where there is Birth, there will be certain pain
    There is certain Death, and nothing to gain

    Not knowing light from darkness we roam the streets of misery
    In beauty there is ugliness
    In ugliness I see beauty too
    What a repulsive body that I have which oozes grime and filth
    These carnal desires do I find unfulfilling

    Where there is Birth, there will be certain pain
    There is certain Death, and nothing to gain

    Sadashiva Samarambham Shankaracharya Madhyamam
    Asmadacharya Paryantam Vande Guru Paramparam

    सदाशिवा समारंभम् शंकराचार्य माध्यमं
    आसमादचर्यां पारयनतम् वन्दे गुरू परंपरामं

    Finally the Truth is seen
    Unknowable once to me but now known to me
    What an error it is to take myself to be what I am not

    No words can reveal me
    Yet words alone set me free
    The beatitude revealed through desciplic succession

    No delusion for me
    I am the ever free
    No illusion for me
    I am the ever free

    Finally, the desires are Ash, I smear those ashes on my forehead and I free myself. Bhasma on my body..Bhasma on my soul..I am liberated….the Pain turns to Love….a new hope..Maya reveals her true form…

    Maya is inevitable…

    I submit myself to Maya..

    Maya has set me free…

    The revelations are known…

    May there be peace..

     
    • cia 8:51 pm on June 26, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      As one of the noble truths of buddha say,

      all human existence is painful, eliminate the pain by eliminating the cause.

      however, nothing is permanent.

    • Harshad Joshi 8:02 am on June 27, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Buddha was suffering from acute depression…But do you know that Buddhas teachings did protect Indian sub continent from maniac Mongols till 1962 India China wars??

      The only way to prevent any sorts of conflicts is to accept the things as they come to you without asking for its purpose or to think about its consequences. The only truth is the Desires we have with us. Denying Desires for some imaginary reasons is root cause of sorrow, and its funny that in todays marketing age, people can cash on sorrow too..if you can cash it on, sorrow is fine, else submit yourself to Maya unconditionally, rest assured, everything works in your favour…

    • motogp46 3:44 pm on June 28, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      stoner menang di assen, rossi urutan 11, hyden sial harusnya di 3 tapi motornya jebol langsug disalip colin edward,

    • Jenny and Edward 8:45 am on July 2, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Loved it… Painful but so true for those who seek true peace and enlightenment. The Journey of enlightenment begins with the first step.
      Living In The Light of God… ~~~Jenn~~~

  • Harshad Joshi 7:06 am on September 15, 2007 Permalink | Reply  

    Shri Ganesh 

    Shri Ganesh

     
    • deepanjali 8:13 am on September 24, 2007 Permalink | Reply

      जे आपल्याला आवडते ते इतरांपर्यंत पोहचले पाहीजे.
      असा लहानसा प्रयत्न आहे.म्हणूनच मला वाटते .
      की तू सूद्धा आमच्या अड्डयात सामील व्हावे .
      एकदा येऊन पहा आमच्या ब्लोग अड्डयावर

    • dilip 1:51 pm on July 25, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      jkfgjkdfh rngjwrthg

    • tinku 4:15 am on August 28, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      ganesh

    • Sunil 5:15 am on September 4, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      very good

    • rameshbutala 9:25 am on September 12, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      happy diwali

    • jidnesh 11:39 am on September 25, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      hi
      iam join it

    • jidnesh 11:41 am on September 25, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      hi
      you r the most best friend
      i like you

    • anandredasani@gmail.com 11:55 am on December 19, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      I like this photo a lot

    • web master 12:18 pm on February 9, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Really great photos of lord ganesha, good resource and please keep on posting,

    • anchal 8:13 am on July 21, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      hiii

    • manish 9:18 am on November 18, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      hi,

      hi its very good ,i am happy to see it

    • Sangita 11:44 am on January 18, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      It i very good ! I like this is ganpati photos

    • kanchan singh 4:52 pm on February 22, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      god is great

    • Neeta singh. 4:16 pm on April 14, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      SAB DEVO K DEV KO DEKHAR MUJHE BAHUT HARSH HUA.

  • Harshad Joshi 5:17 pm on August 23, 2007 Permalink | Reply  

    Satyameva Jayate – The essence of Hinduism 

    The Self is the sun shining in the sky,
    The wind blowing in space; he is the fire
    At the altar and in the home the guest;
    He dwells in human beings, in gods, in truth,
    And in the vast firmament; he is the fish
    Born in water, the plant growing in earth,
    The river flowing down the mountain.
    For this Self is supreme!

     
    • mohitontherocks 3:22 pm on September 4, 2007 Permalink | Reply

      Replied on http://theindiancitizens.wordpress.com
      Posting it here too.

      Harshad: To answer your question, yes, we should sign it. There is a heading titled “Bottom Line” which conveys that too. But MORE IMPORTANTLY, this was not written by me – this was written by a CNN-IBN journalist who understands this much better than you and me.

      This is a part of our initiative “The Indian Shitizen” started to put forth views about India by the common man i.e. you and I. One need not be a blogger at all – all one needs is an experience that made him/her feel strongly about our country. Even if one doesn’t have an experience to share, one can visit our blog to read through the various views expressed by people like you and me.

      And one can just send an email to theindiancitizens@gmail.com to get his/her post included. Let us know if you would be interested to share your experiences. Thanks.

      This initiative is running parallel on Blogspot (http://theindianshitizen.blogspot.com) and WordPress (http://theindiancitizens.wordpress.com)

      Hope this was short enough for you 🙂

  • Harshad Joshi 8:23 am on February 27, 2007 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bethlehem, , Christianity, Church, Doubting Thomas, Harappa, , Islam, Israel, Issa, Jerusalem, Jesus Christ, Jesus Tomb, Kashmir, Maria Magdalena, Myths in Christianity, ,   

    Jesus’s grave is in India and not Jerusalem 

    It aint very surprising. No matter what the current controversy might be, its a reality that Jesus wasent buried in Jerusalem as per the current media speculation, but almost thousands of kilometers away, into Gods own land – India into the most disputed and Pakistani terrorized region of today ie Kashmir.

    The Russian scholar, Nicolai Notovich, was the first to suggest that Christ may have gone to India. In 1887, Notovich, a Russian scholar and Orientalist, arrived in Kashmir during one of several journeys to the Orient. At the Zoji-la pass Notovich was a guest in a Buddhist monastery, where a monk told him of the bhodisattva saint called “Issa”. Notovich was stunned by the remarkable parallels of Issa’s teachings and martyrdom with that of Christ’s life, teachings and crucifixion.

    For about sixteen years, Christ travelled through Turkey, Persia, Western Europe and possibly England. He finally arrived with Mary to a place near Kashmir, where she died. After many years in Kashmir, teaching to an appreciative population, who venerated him as a great prophet, reformer and saint, he died and was buried in a tomb in Kashmir itself.

    The first step in Christ’s trail after the Crucifixion is found in the Persian scholar F. Mohammed’s historical work “Jami-ut-tuwarik” which tells of Christ’s arrival in the kingdom of Nisibis, by royal invitation. (Nisibis is today known as Nusaybin in Turkey) . This is reiterated in the Imam Abu Jafar Muhammed’s “Tafsi-Ibn-i-Jamir at-tubri.” Kersten found that in both Turkey and Persia there are ancient stories of a saint called “Yuz Asaf” (“Leader of the Healed”), whose behaviour, miracles and teachings are remarkably similar to that of Christ.

    The many Islamic and Hindu historical works recording local history and legends of kings, noblemen and saints of the areas thought to be travelled by Jesus also give evidence of a Christ like man; the Koran, for example, refers to Christ as “Issar”. Further east, the Kurdish tribes of Eastern Anatolia have several stories describing Christ’s stay in Eastern Turkey after his resurrection. These traditional legends have been ignored by the theological community.

    Kersten also suggests that prior to Christ’s mission in the Middle East, he may have been exposed to Buddhist teachings in Egypt. After his birth in Bethlehem, his family fled to Egypt to avoid Herod’s persecution. Surprisingly some scholars now acknowledge that Buddhist schools probably existed in Alexandria long before the Christian era.

    More clues are drawn from the Apocrypha. These are texts said to have been written by the Apostles but which are not officially accepted by the Church. Indeed, the Church regards them as heresy since a substantial amount of the Apocrypha directly contradicts Church dogma and theology. The Apocryphal ‘Acts of Thomas’, for example, tell how Christ met Thomas several times after the Crucifixion. In fact they tell us how Christ sent Thomas to teach his spirituality in India. This is corroborated by evidence found in the form of stone inscriptions at Fatehpur Sikri, near the Taj Mahal, in Northern India. They include “Agrapha”, which are sayings of Christ that don’t exist in the mainstream Bible. Their grammatical form is most similar to that of the Apocryphal gospel of Thomas. This is but one example giving credibility to the idea that texts not recognised by the Church hold important clues about Christ’s true life and his teachings.

    In tracing Christ’s movements to India and beyond, Kersten also discovered that many of his teachings, which have been gradually edited out of the modern Bible were originally Eastern in nature. Principles such as karma and re-incarnation, for example, were common knowledge then, and seem to have been reaffirmed by Christ. Imagine the implications that this discovery holds for Western Christianity and its churches, who have kept Christ in their doctrinal top pockets and have constrained the entire Western culture within the narrow teachings of blind faith, organised religion and original sin!

    Further clues are cited from The Apocryphal Acts of Thomas, and the Gospel of Thomas which are of Syrian origin and have been dated to the 4th Century AD, or possibly earlier. They are Gnostic Scriptures and despite the evidence indicating their authenticity, they are not given credence by mainstream theologians. In these texts Thomas tells of Christ’s appearance in Andrapolis, Paphlagonia (today known as in the extreme north of Anatolia) as a guest of the King of Andrappa. There he met with Thomas who had arrived separately. It is at Andrapolis that Christ entreated Thomas to go to India to begin spreading his teachings. It seems that Christ and Mary then moved along the West coast of Turkey, proof of this could be an old stopping place for travellers called the “Home of Mary”, found along the ancient silk route. From here Christ could easily have entered Europe via France. He may have even travelled as far as the British Isles, for in England there is an ancient oak tree called the “Hallowed Tree” which (says local legend) was planted by Christ himself.

    In his travels through Persia (today’s Iran) Christ became known as Yuz Asaf (leader of the Healed). We know this because a Kashmiri historical document confirms that Isa (the Koranic name for Christ) was in fact also known as Yuz Asaf. The Jami – uf – Tamarik, Volume II, tells that Yuz Asaf visited Masslige, where he attended the grave of Shem, Noah’s son. There are various other accounts such as Agha Mustafa’s “Awhali Shahaii-i-paras” that tell of Yuz Asaf’s travels and teachings all over Persia. It seems that Yuz Asaf blessed Afghanistan and Pakistan with his presence also. There are for example two plains in Eastern Afghanistan near Gazni and Galalabad, bearing the name of the prophet Yuz Asaf. Again in the Apocryphal Acts of Thomas, Thomas says that he and Christ attended the Court of King Gundafor of Taxila (now Pakistan), in about 47AD, and that eventually both the King and his brother accepted Christ’s teachings. Kersten claims that there are more than twenty one historical documents that bear witness to the existence of Jesus in Kashmir, where he was known also as Yuz Asaf and Issa. For example the Bhavishyat Mahapurana (volume 9 verses 17-32) contains an account of Issa-Masih (Jesus the Messiah). It describes Christ’s arrival in the Kashmir region of India and his encounter with King Shalivahana, who ruled the Kushan area (39-50AD), and who entertained Christ as a guest for some time.

    {Christ’s life in India, after the crucifixion, challenges current Church teachings at their very foundation. The theology of Saint Paul, the major influence on modern Christianity, is empty fanaticism in the light of this discovery.|

    The historian Mullah Nadini (1413) also recounts a story of Yuz Asaf who was a contemporary to King Gopadatta, and confirms that he also used the name Issar, ie. Jesus. There is also much historical truth in the towns and villages of Northern India to prove that Jesus and his mother Mary spent time in the area. For instance, at the border of a small town called Mari, there is nearby a mountain called Pindi Point, upon which is an old tomb called Mai Mari da Asthan or “The final resting place of Mary”. The tomb is said to be very old and local Muslims venerate it as the grave of Issa’s (ie Christ’s) Mother. The tomb itself is oriented East-West consistent with the Jewish tradition, despite the fact it is within a Muslim area. Assuming its antiquity, such a tomb could not be Hindu either since the Hindus contemporary to Christ cremated their dead and scattered their ashes as do Hindus today.

    Following Christ’s trail into Kashmir, 40km south of Srinagar, between the villages of Naugam and Nilmge is a meadow called Yuz-Marg (the meadow of Yuz Asaf, ie. Jesus). Then there is the sacred building called Aish Muqam, 60km south east of Srinagar and 12km from Bij Bihara. “Aish” says Kersten is derived from “Issa” and “Muqam” place of rest or repose. Within the Aish Muqam is a sacred relic called the ‘Moses Rod’ or the ‘Jesus Rod’, which local legend says, belonged to Moses himself. Christ is said to also have held it, perhaps to confirm his Mosaic heritage. Above the town of Srinagar is a temple known as “The Throne of Solomon”, which dates back to at least 1000BC, which King Gopadatta had restored at about the same time as Christ’s advent. The restoration was done by a Persian architect who personally left four inscriptions on the side steps of the temple. The third and fourth inscription read: “At this time Yuz Asaf announced his prophetic calling in Year 50 and 4” and “He is Jesus — Prophet of the Sons of Israel”! Herein lies a powerful confirmation of Kersten’s theory. Kersten suggests that Christ may have travelled to the South of India also, finally returning to Kashmir to die at the age of approximately 80 years. Christ’s tomb, says Kersten, lies in Srinagar’s old town in a building called Rozabal. “Rozabal” is an abbreviation of Rauza Bal, meaning “tomb of a prophet”. At the entrance there is an inscription explaining that Yuz Asaf is buried along with another Moslem saint. Both have gravestones which are oriented in North-South direction, according to Moslem tradition. However, through a small opening the true burial chamber can be seen, in which there is the Sarcophagus of Yuz Asaf in East-West (Jewish) orientation!

    According to Professor Hassnain, who has studied this tomb, there are carved footprints on the grave stones and when closely examined, carved images of a crucifix and a rosary. The footprints of Yuz Asaf have what appear to be scars represented on both feet, if one assumes that they are crucifixion scars, then their position is consistent with the scars shown in the Turin Shroud (left foot nailed over right). Crucifixion was not practised in Asia, so it is quite possible that they were inflicted elsewhere, such as the Middle East. The tomb is called by some as “Hazrat Issa Sahib” or “Tomb of the Lord Master Jesus”. Ancient records acknowledge the existence of the tomb as long ago as 112AD. The Grand Mufti, a prominent Muslim Cleric, himself has confirmed that Hazrat Isa Sahib is indeed the tomb of Yuz Asaf!

    Thus Kersten deduces that the tomb of Jesus Christ Himself is in Kashmir!

    The implications of Kersten’s discovery are monumental. Christ’s life in India, after the crucifixion, challenges current Church teachings at their very foundation. The theology of Saint Paul, the major influence on modern Christianity, is empty fanaticism in the light of this discovery. Threatened also are the doctrines of obedience to the Church, original sin, salvation through blind faith and the non-existence of reincarnation, etc. Yet these ideas underlie the morality and ethics, (or lack of them), that govern the entire Western social structure, from the legal system to medical health care schemes. It is no wonder that the modern Churches and their secular interests refuse to consider such a proposition as Kersten’s!

    Original link

    Truth alone Triumphs

     
    • Kusum Choppra 9:44 am on March 1, 2007 Permalink | Reply

      Kersten’s book on Jesus In India is quite an authorotative work and very logically argued. That is made extreme good and logical sense to me. I have written about the book at two different sites : Sulekha and Boloji.
      the impact is tremendous : that religions have a fairly common base of beliefs which had been artificailly placed at opposites in the theories propounded by the Catholic and other churches. Imagine what history would have been if that had not happened. how many wars would not have happened. one dreads to thinks of how many wars may not take place to prevent the acceptance of these facts, unless humankind shows a new found maturity towards religious matters

    • Kusum Choppra 9:46 am on March 1, 2007 Permalink | Reply

      Kersten’s book on Jesus In India is quite an authorotative work and very logically argued. That is made extreme good and logical sense to me. I have written about the book at two different sites : Sulekha and Boloji.
      the impact is tremendous : that religions have a fairly common base of beliefs which had been artificailly placed at opposites in the theories propounded by the Catholic and other churches. Imagine what history would have been if that had not happened. how many wars would not have happened. one dreads to thinks of how many wars may now take place to prevent the acceptance of these facts, unless humankind shows a new found maturity towards religious matters

      • sharovan 2:50 pm on April 30, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Kersten’s book on Jesus in India is very good fiction story. Nothing true in it. If you do not know any thing about Historical Jesus, no body can help you. Jesus was crucified and died on the cross, during the reign of Tiberius at the hand of Pontius Pilate, who was the governor of Judea state in Israel , at that time. Two Main Historian, Cornelius, Tacitus (Ca. 56-120) Annals – and Flavius Josephus, mentioned Jesus crucifixon and death in the Roman History. Who and why bring the body of Jesus from Jerusalem to Kashmir in India for bury? Jesus’s name is universal name in all over the world, not only in the Bible, but in Hidus Vedas ( Bhavishya Puran 19:23) and Quran also.

        • psipsi 10:47 am on November 3, 2010 Permalink | Reply

          There is no real proof that Jesus died during crucifixion. He was put on the cross on a Friday afternoon and then removed before sundown. Nobody dies of crucifixion within a few hours. Back then you had a bunch of stupid people (Jesus included) who thought reviving from a state of unconsciousness means coming back from the dead.

          • Harshad Joshi 12:32 pm on November 3, 2010 Permalink | Reply

            easier said then done…

            i think a person will die due to heavy bleeding…and shock etc.

          • Sharovan 11:19 am on November 5, 2010 Permalink | Reply

            Two Main Historian, Cornelius, Tacitus (Ca. 56-120) Annals – and Flavius Josephus, mentioned Jesus Crucifixion and death in the Roman History. Do you have an evidence of challenge it? How much do you know about India and Indian History? Indian History never said any thing about Jesus Grave in Kashmir (India) Rama, Krishna, Ganesha( Hindu’s Gods), even biggest war of Mahabharata, never mentioned in Indian History, but a wast majority of Indians and other people of the world still believing of these Hidus Gods and things? You believe Jesus was crucified on Friday and removed from the cross before sun down in unconscious or trauma stage. How do you know He was not died on cross? If Jesus was not died on cross, why you are believing in his Crucifixion? If any death penalty of any criminal in Roman History is not unsuccessful, why the death penalty of Jesus could be unsuccessful? The people are using the Jesus name as his grave in Kashmir (India) for making the money only of the real grave of Yuz Asaf. Yuz Asaf’s grave in Kashmir is not enough statement for a proof of Jesus grave in India. Do you know, What happen about two richest Jude’s people, after the funeral of Jesus (Nicodemus and Joseph of Armatia, who were involved in Jesus funeral and were the members of Jude’s council? If Jesus was stupid, than every christian is stupid, and Christians are stupid, it means majority of the people (Christians) in this world are stupid. And a wast majority of people of this world is stupid than the few people like you can not be wise. God bless.

            • Harshad Joshi 3:29 am on January 18, 2012 Permalink | Reply

              “Indian History never said any thing about Jesus”

              he was too unimportant to get a mention in sacred and ancient scripts of india.

          • milton 3:09 pm on July 12, 2011 Permalink | Reply

            if no blood in ur body means how can u alive.. while crucifixion there is no more blood in his body…. even a drop,,,… first know fully about crucifixion

          • Aaditya Raj 7:02 pm on January 17, 2012 Permalink | Reply

            Friend beware of what you are saying. May the Lord forgive you for what you hav mentioned here. Friend, life in hell would be really painful enough to even think of. If once yu go there then there is no return. Pray for your forgiveness and He will forgive you for sure.

            • Harshad Joshi 3:30 am on January 18, 2012 Permalink | Reply

              dont worry..hell is controlled by yamraj…he is hindu. worry about yourself..all disbelievers and sinners who dont follow vedic culture shall burn in raurav.

    • Harshad Joshi 12:15 pm on March 1, 2007 Permalink | Reply

      Is Church responsible for Wars?

      • Sharovan 6:58 pm on November 15, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Iraq and Afganisthan wars, are the caused Trade centers, not the Christianity or Church. What kinds of wars you are talking?

    • Richard 3:13 am on April 25, 2007 Permalink | Reply

      What a wonderful insight ? Buddhism and Christianity are very similar, hence, I feel that Christ’s missing years as a young man must have been spent in the Tibetan monastery. Human thinking with its ego has destroyed the union of not only human brotherhood but that of true logic based solely on humanitarian ethics.

      I have often contemplated what would happen if the mainstream media would publish this bravely and boldely ? Would there be a revolution of the mind and dispensing off the fears of social taboos and the clinging onto of ideals into images which have caused war and misery and chaos on this planet. The historical facts of Christ seem very plausible indeed as the pieces of the jigsaw fit neatly, compared to the fake and money making scheme of the novel called “Da vinci code”

    • MysticSaint 7:53 pm on April 27, 2007 Permalink | Reply

      interestingly, i also had a take on this subject.

      check here,
      http://mysticsaint.blogspot.com/2006/06/jesus-in-india-during-lost-years-and.html

    • D Jones 8:14 pm on May 5, 2007 Permalink | Reply

      Thank you. The catholic church has so much to answer for, but then it is a money making organisation with an agenda all of its own.

    • Ashwyn 7:18 am on June 14, 2007 Permalink | Reply

      I think D Jones is just conjecturing based on what his experience may have been. But that definitely is the absolute truth. Much has been said about the the youth years of Christ. But whatsoever the claims are given above they are all crap. There is no reliable evidence till date that Christ died elsewhere. And regarding similarity between christianity and buddhism , whoaaa whoever said that needs to take a course on religion 101, period.

    • Andrés 1:09 am on July 7, 2007 Permalink | Reply

      I am not sure if what you say is true. Haven’t even finished reading and I am not that instructed into these topics.

      Just appears to me (at a first glance to your post) that some of these details may distract us from the essence of faith.

      What we might learn from these things are not necessary to believe (or to find happiness), though interesting to know. I think Christ is alive in the souls of us Christians, this way He lives in us and us in Him: “No one has ever seen God; but if we love one another, God lives in us and his love is made complete in us” (1 Jn. 4:12)

    • Harshad Joshi 4:45 am on July 7, 2007 Permalink | Reply

      @Andres

      Well, if all you can do is deny reality, I guess you might have a weak faith..and your acceptance or denial wont change the ultimate truth. I suggest you read the complete post first and then ponder why Christ did so. When you get this answer, you will be enlightened and will be set free from this world and its miseries.

    • retro 1:37 am on November 19, 2007 Permalink | Reply

      This year my wife decided to have a dry run thanksgiving day to test out her recipes. We soaked the bird in a brine solution she got at William Sonoma it really kept it moist. OMG, the turkey was so good and I get to do it again in a few days!

    • neel1 9:08 pm on May 20, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      There are many evidences to show that Jesus went to India and even died there…all people who go out to find these evidences eventually become convinced of it. Only people who stay home and are too lazy to study anything themselves will never ever find the truth…The truth is out there for all to grab….If only you people knew what scholars are discovering about the historical Jesus, you would realise to what extent we can have false impressions by seeing what Christianity has become today…Visit my blog to find my own research:

      http://jesusofeastandwest.blogspot.com/

    • ewsanj 4:34 pm on July 8, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      this is a reply to Mr.Rechards comments on Da Vinci code.
      The novel da vinci code by Dan Brown was not about jesus’s life or whether he died on cross, it was about his deciple mary magdelene and a major portion of the theory about mary magdelene being christs wife was taken from a international bestseller book called “holy blood holy grail”.So get a life Richard, the da vinci code was not written for cheap publicity or on baseless theories.

    • ewsanj 4:35 pm on July 8, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      dwef

    • gijnk12 10:07 am on March 21, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      The Rozabal Line, a novel by Ashwin Sanghi, covers the material of Kersten in the form of a fast-paced thriller. It assumes that Jesus spent his missing years in India studying spirituality under Buddhist masters and then returned to Jerusalem. It then goes on to postulate that he returned to India (having survived the crucifixion). The key thriller component being the hypothesis that there could be a surviving bloodline in Kashmir.

    • rajshpec 5:20 pm on April 11, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Bhavishya Puran / Surya Puran – which consider main deity as SUN (Surya Dev) – It talks about all things going to happen in future. About Islam, Christanity ! So do it mentions about Macca’s sacred stone as Shiv Ling ( Lord Shiva’s Lingam (penis)) and mentions about saint Issa’s coming to Kashmir ( may be Srinagar ).
      However most important thing is what Andres already said –
      I am putting in my way – no matter where Christ lived or Died. More important is follow the teaching of a noble and saintly person.

      But thats a problem with every Sect/Religion people forget about teaching and start praying teacher -> and make a another sect -> buisness -> propaganda … so on .. If its not true with every , then its true with mostly !

    • Shams 8:51 pm on May 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      That is so not true his grave is in Jerusalem. You Indians just want to have a popular city. Indians that believe this are cucu!

    • Humayun Bhatty 4:29 pm on August 5, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Total nonsense. Jesus was not killed but he was lifted up to the heavens. He shall come again and then die a natural death.

      The above account is full of ‘may be’, ‘could be’, ‘possibly’ and all sort of guess work. It is a fairy tale invented to make money.

      Don’t believe a word it says about Jesus.

    • Harshad Joshi 12:00 pm on August 6, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      @Humayun Bhatt

      Are you drunk? Or your brain has lost its thinking capability?

    • sanjay 8:16 am on November 24, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Anything is possible

      • sharovan 3:03 pm on April 30, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        If any thing possible, please cut the water.

    • Lekale 1:34 pm on December 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Marie’s grave and its set up is not contradictory to the Muslim faith.
      Islam did not exists for another 600 years after her death so please dont use that as some sort of evidence to argue your point.Rather reaise your evidence and only argue in defense of that instead of making up stories.

    • sohail 10:55 am on January 16, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Well ,thank you very much for your research and hardwork.and thanks for bringing up the truth of jesus’s life .We muslims should accept the truth rather then waisting our time listening and obeying the orders and Fatwas by Mulllahs and molvies.Once again thanks for your efforts. i am anticipating such more researchs on christ’s life .

      • Sharovan 2:03 pm on November 17, 2010 Permalink | Reply

        Islam was not exists atleast 630 years after the resurrection of Jesus, Why you are talking about Jesus?

    • Sharovan 5:01 pm on April 28, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Roman Historian Flvius Josephus and Cornelius Tacitus ( Ca. 56-120) – Annals – Clearly mentioned about Jesus crucifoxon and death during the reign of Tiberius at the hand of one of our procurators, Pontius Pilate the governor of the Judea at that time. Who and why bring the body of Jesus in Kashmir in India for bury? Is this event mention in any Indian History or any religious books? Also Historian Josephus was never a Christian, but in his works we find mention of many other figures from the Gospel ( Life and works of Jesus) and other New Testaments books.

    • Frank 7:18 pm on August 3, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      A look at evidence for and against Jesus’ lost years/Jesus in India

      http://dontaskthatinchurch.blogspot.com/2011/08/wonder-years-did-jesus-spend-his-youth.html

      • Sharovan 6:41 pm on October 1, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        I d’not need it. please keep your Jesus’ lost years/ Jesus in India in your pocket. I am an indian and knows very well about indian history, culture and religions.

    • sudhir 10:31 pm on August 20, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      its not imprtnt where jesus grave. Importent thing is belive in jesus . I am a hindu but belives in jesus.

      • Frank 6:43 pm on September 30, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        But which Jesus?

        Jesus fulfilled the Bible, lived a sinless life, is the only Son of the Most High God, He died to free us from sin, was buried, and resurrected on the third day. He now sits at God’s right hand, and will judge us on whether or not we believed those things.

        That Jesus, or a “good teacher jesus”?

        Please consider that.

    • Kim Vaiphei 5:30 pm on October 20, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      everyone’s beliefs is not same…. u freedom of expression!!!! understandable!!!

    • Kim Vaiphei 6:06 pm on October 20, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Everyone has a freedom of expression……!!! It is understandable…..

    • anuj 8:19 am on February 19, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      we all have to agree that hinduism is the oldest religion in the world….the vedas has its own answer to all the queries tht exist in the human minds….but the matter is how to read tht true unedited form of vedas that has been in pure sanskrit form…no one today can read tht sanskrit language/

    • Shruti 5:47 pm on March 11, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      You are correct.

    • raj ch 9:23 am on April 9, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      brother harsad since the crucifixion and resurection of the christ many people tried to stop the christianity but they cant bcz it has truth in it.Do you thnk yu are the first guy to oppose christ?Since 2000 yrs many people opposd christ_ some of them realized the truth and turnd away from sins and followed christ.You are nothng infrnt of them.So dont waste your time life is too short.You cant create even dust yet u talk abt creator christ jesus thnk once you have to knw the true god THE HEAVENLY FATHER.any doubts you can ask me .

    • raj ch 6:29 pm on April 17, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      My jesus died for al sins of humans and conquerd death. he can hear and speak.Pray to the god(dnt mention any name) just ask who is the creator of earth.What is ur name with al ur heart ?He wil introduce himself. Bcz my jesus is alive.Dnt trust the rocks who had eyes but cant see.Ears but cant listen.

    • raj 6:32 pm on April 22, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      dont ignore that u are still at worshpng rocks,trees.dont stay at those thngs.u thnk u r genius by worshpng trees how foolish it is.. . Oh wen u wil thnk abt it . ? start thnkng abt those thngs?prove urself if u are right.gud nite

      • Harshad Joshi 3:09 pm on April 24, 2012 Permalink | Reply

        and who are you worshipping? something that does not exists. fail! no life you have got.

    • raj ch 4:12 am on May 10, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      first of all thnk abt ur rock/tree gods how wil you support that idol worshp n those gods who has no moral values?…mention answr to this question first.prove urself right first.then i will prove that jesus is the only way to heaven frm scrptures

      • Harshad Joshi 5:02 am on May 10, 2012 Permalink | Reply

        who the fuck are you to prove something. i wont bother for what you think 🙂

    • raj ch 10:50 am on May 10, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      you dont bother about ur gods whm u worshp. but y u are bothering about christ n christians.its shame on u.

    • raj ch 11:03 am on May 10, 2012 Permalink | Reply

      dnt u bother abt food u eat?dnt u bother abt clothes u wear?dnt u bother abt work u do?dnt u bother abt family with whm u live? but y you are nt botherng abt ur gods whom u worshp?.wake up man search 1.how they lived n 2.what their holiness?u say those characters as gods:BLUFFING URSELF.

    • shab 8:28 pm on April 28, 2013 Permalink | Reply

      Jesus was not crucified on cross

  • Harshad Joshi 3:05 pm on January 19, 2007 Permalink | Reply  

    1 year of blogging 

    Gosh..Its my blogs 1st birthday today. Happy birthday little blog. 😛

     
  • Harshad Joshi 8:53 am on November 10, 2006 Permalink | Reply  

    I am back 

    You can read a great article here..

     
    • Anonymous 2:13 pm on November 13, 2006 Permalink | Reply

      Naturally, you chose to go on vacation when Google published the results of Wordmasters. Is it hibernation?

    • Scooby Doo 4:34 pm on November 13, 2006 Permalink | Reply

      Hello Harshad, It is Google’s loss that they did not find a volcano of talent in the guise of Harshad Joshi, Hari Menon, Deepa, Bot Hack etc. If they couldn’t find talent here, I can assure the gentlemen in Google that they will NEVER find talent anywhere in the world. This is because they have started a) over-rating themselves b) failing to spot real talent due to a bloated ego, c) they themselves do not know what it is they are looking for and d) they have all the curses of the 3000 odd participants in India dogging them throughout their lives.
      Somehow I am till date not able to buy the story that the results were posted on a little known website by the name of Techshout. The whole episode reeks of vendetta and sabotage. It has killed something inside the thousands of contestants who took part so enthusiastically in the Wordmasters contest. Many had taken precious time out from family, friends and offices so that they do not miss the opportunity. If you remember, the contest was held on the most holy day of the Hindu calendar: it was the most important day of Dussehra and Durga Puja. Was it a planned attempt to rob so many people of other important agendas at hand?
      I am sorry Harshad, but I find that a talented person like you should be looking for a job beyond Google. You can tell this to others who are crest fallen at Google’s arrogant attitude. This certainly is not the sort of treatment given to a self respecting, educated citizen of the world’s largest democracy.

    • Harshad Joshi 5:17 pm on November 13, 2006 Permalink | Reply

      @Scobby Doo

      You are right. I totally agree with you.

      But then we should be ready for all situations in life. I know its very easy to say this in a perfect controlled environment, but then most of the times, certain things are completely beyond our control and our reach. The moment we accept this fact, let me tell you – You actually begin to conquer your sadeness and anger. By doing this, one can completely eradicate the unwanted disturbance and focus on good things that come by our way.

      Anger is a very natural feeling. Esp when its apparant that we dont get what we deserve, we tend to become angry. Anger makes us aggressive and we just tend to lose the focus from our tasks, which may result in interesting and unexpected outcome. Just try channelizing the anger into a proper way and trust me – You will feel much better. My option is to go on long drives or listen to music. It helps me to keep my mind at comparative control and peace.

      Regarding behaviour of MNC’s. There is some truth in that, and it will change, but it wil take some time.

  • Harshad Joshi 5:45 pm on January 19, 2006 Permalink | Reply  

    The Agneya Hymn 

    The Ancient Vedic God Agni

    अि॒ग्नम् ई॑ळे पुरो॒िह॑तं यज्ञ॒स्य॑ देव॒म् ऋि॒त्वज॑म् । होता॑रं रत्नधा॒त॑मम् ॥

    Untold Sutra..
    Still Heard…

    The Radiant shine of the frosty Sun,
    from the silver crest of Himalayas…
    guide the men,
    waiting for the Revalations..
    Untold Sutra…
    Still Heard..

    Agni…Agni…
    The Sutra of Agni…
    Burn evil desires,
    those unseen dangers, already present on the Faded path..
    Protect the tribe marching towards their journey..
    Hear the Ancient Voices..
    The illusion remains…
    Men create..
    Men destroy…
    The final truth..
    Still Unknown..
    Untold Sutra..
    Still Heard…

    From – The Teaching of Zen Hindu Brahminism

    The Agneya Hymn first appeared in my blog agneya2.blogspot.com

    Agneya Raksheetam, Agneya Pujeetam

     
    • jak 11:38 am on March 3, 2006 Permalink | Reply

      can u tell me about aswini and vajroli mudras?
      (step by step)

    • neel1 10:00 pm on May 20, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      There are many evidences to show that Jesus went to India and even died there…all people who go out to find these evidences eventually become convinced of it. Only people who stay home and are too lazy to study anything themselves will never ever find the truth…The truth is out there for all to grab….If only you people knew what scholars are discovering about the historical Jesus, you would realise to what extent we can have false impressions by seeing what Christianity has become today…Visit my blog to find my own research:

      http://jesusofeastandwest.blogspot.com/

    • anang 4:17 pm on August 1, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      Burn evil desires … what kind of desires call evil desires ? i’m still confused about it …

    • Harshad Joshi 4:38 pm on August 1, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      @ anang

      ‘Burn Evil desires’ is a metaphor used to represent enemies, difficulties, pain and grief that might hamper the journey to the Himalayas..

    • anang 4:23 pm on August 9, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      thanks for ur answer, but can u writing a article specifically for this topic ? or where i can find out this topic ?

c
Compose new post
j
Next post/Next comment
k
Previous post/Previous comment
r
Reply
e
Edit
o
Show/Hide comments
t
Go to top
l
Go to login
h
Show/Hide help
shift + esc
Cancel