Saint Ved Vyas relating the Bhagwatam to Shukdeo (3100 B.C.)

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The Divine greatness of Bhartiya scriptures,
religion and history.

(1) The unbroken continuity of Indian civilization and its history.

– A brief history of creation, and the Puranas.

(2) Bhartiya civilization after the destruction of the Mahabharat war, and the Harappan culture.
(3) The latest reproduction of the Vedas, Upnishads, grammar, and the Puranas was about 5,000 years ago by Bhagwan Ved Vyas.

– The personality of Ved Vyas.

– The significance of the history, religion and the path to God.

(4) Evidences of the Divine authenticity of Bhartiya scriptures.
(5) Divine writings cannot be analyzed in a material way.
(6) Characteristics and the origination of the myths of the world?

– The source of mythological imaginations.

(7) General theme of the Upnishads.

– The 33 celestial gods.

– General definitions of soul, maya and God.

– Illusive nature of the world.

(8) Correct understanding of the ‘self’ and ‘soul.’
(9) The terms atma and brahm in the Upnishads.
(10) A fallacy that relates to the period of the Vedas, Upnishads and the Puranas.
(11) The Divine language of Bhartiya scriptures.

History of the origin and the development
of the languages of the world;
and the origin and the development
of Greek, Roman and western religions & civilizations
from 4th millennium BC to 20th century AD.

(12) Early civilizations and the development of writing systems in the world.

– The origin of primitive writing systems.

– Sumerians and the first writing system in the world.

– The hieroglyphics, and the language and religion of ancient Egypt.

– Sumerians and Babylonians.

– Egyptian language and Egyptian gods.

– The Assyrians.

– The Semites.

(13) The origin of alphabets and the languages of the world.

– The origin of alphabets.

– Phoenician and Greek alphabets and languages.

– Descendants of Greek alphabet.

– Hebrew, Aramaic, Arabic and Persian alphabets and languages.

– Avesta and Pahlavi.

(14) Greek civilization, language, and literature.

– Dialects and the Modern Greek.

– Culture and literature of Greece.

– The Iliad and the Odyssey of Homer.

– The origins of Homer’s mythological imaginations and the religion of Greece.

(15) Roman language and civilization.

– The development of Latin language and Romance languages.

– Classical and Vulgar Latin.

– Ancient Rome and a brief history of the Roman Empire.

– Roman gods and goddesses.

(16) The history of the origination of the concepts of the words ‘god/God’ in the West.
(17) The true definition of God.
(18) Comparisons of the western concepts of God with the celestial gods of Bhartiya scriptures.

– The two dimensions of the material space.

– The unimaginable luxuries of the celestial abodes.

– The prime gods of the celestial abodes.

– The supreme god of heaven, Brahma, and the chief god, Indra.

(19) The universal Divine religion of Bharatvarsh.

– The significance of 'fact' and 'faith'.

– What are the intuitions?

(20) Purity of the heart and non-vegetarianism.
(21) History, language and the civilization of the British Isles; and the Germanic languages.

– The Germanic languages.

– German.

(22) The Proto-Germanic language; Grimm and Bopp.
(23) The deliberate speculation of the term Proto-Indo-European language; and Sanskrit morphology.
(24) The development of the English language.

– Old English (9th and 10th century).

– Modern English (1660 onward).

– Vocabulary of Modern English.

– The latest form of the most advanced English language.

(25) The literature.

– Brief descriptions of the notable masterpieces of the literature of England, and the story of Dionysian worship by the Greeks and the Romans.

(26) Early conquests and the religion of the British Isles.

– Early invaders.

– Early religion of the British Isles.

(27) Rites and mythology of the Germanic people.
(28) Early history of England (400 to 1200 AD).


The eternity of the Sanskrit language.

(29) The eternal perfection of the Sanskrit language which is the mother language of the world.

– Languages of the world.

– Sanskrit language. How it became the origin of the languages of the world.

(30) The six unmatched features of the Sanskrit language.

1. The vowel-consonant pronunciation of the alphabet.

2. Formation of the Sanskrit words.

3. The uniqueness of the grammar.

4. The three kinds of prime Sanskrit scriptures (Vedas, Upnishads
and the Puranas) and their style of literary presentation.

5. The apbhransh Pali and Hindi languages.

6. Sanskrit, the scriptural language up till today.


The diplomatic schemes of the British during the
18th, 19th and 20th century to destroy the culture,
religion and the history of Bharatvarsh,
and its effect on Hindu Scholars.

(31) Organized efforts of the British to destroy our culture and religion, and mutilate our history.

– Evidence of their malicious intentions (to produce fabricated Sanskrit scriptures).

(32) First effort of Jones (1784) and the secret planning.

– Their secret planning.

– A brief review of how was it executed.

(33) Two more attempts of Jones to destroy the Divinity of Sanskrit language and to mutilate Bhartiya history.

– The statements of Jones and the fiction of Sandracottus.

– The non-credibility of the statements of Megasthenes.

(34) The fiction of Aryan invasion, introduction of English language, and the suppression of Sanskrit language.
(35) Max Mόller. A paid employee, who translated the Rigved in a demeaning style. The hidden secrets of his life.

– Letters of Max Mόller.

(36) Major falsehoods as promoted by the British.
(37) Asiatic Researches group of people.

– Asiatic Society of Calcutta.

– A review of the translation of Vishnu Puran by H.H. Wilson (1786-1860).

(38) F. E. Pargiter (1852-1927).

– “Ancient Indian Historical Tradition”.

– “The Purana Text of the Dynasties of the Kali Age”.

(39) How did the British fabricate and destroy the historic records of India and misguide the whole world?

– Encyclopaedia Britannica, 8th Edition (1854), Volume XI.

– Fabrications in the Bhavishya Puran.

(40) Descriptions of the kings of Magadh in the Puranas were fabricated, historic records were destroyed, and false synchronization of edicts and coins were created to connect them to Ashok of Maurya dynasty, and, in this way, misguided the whole world.

– The fabrications.

– When were these fabrications done?

– The ingenious trickeries.

– False synchronization of edicts and coins.

– They spoiled the social structure of India along with its national developments.

(41) The effect of western writers on Hindu scholars.

– S. Radhakrishnan (1888-1975).

– The derogative views of Radhakrishnan about Hindu religion and scriptures.

– His wiliness, antipathy towards our acharyas and his inclination towards Christianity.

– The reason of his being famous as an Indian philosopher.

– The writings of Radhakrishnan were more damaging to Bhartiya religion as compared to the European writers.

– His Upnishad and Gita translations.

(42) A new trend of anti-Hinduism that has developed in the name of Hinduism.
(43) The books and the encyclopedias on Hinduism that despise Hindu religion in the name of Hinduism, and the general religious writings of this age.


The most popular scientific theories of the world.
The West was bereft of the true knowledge of God;
it knew only mythologies.

(44) A review of the most popular scientific theories of the world.

(a) The evolution theory.
– General concept of the evolution theory
– Comments
– The science of instinct, desire and karm

(b) General relativity of Einstein.

(c) Quantum mechanics.

(d) The hypothesis of the Big Bang and the inflationary theories as postulated by George Gamow and Alan Guth, etc.
– The inflationary (or the new inflationary) theory
– Comments: The ‘Big Bang’ and the ‘inflation of the universe’ never happened

(45) The West was bereft of the true knowledge of God.
(46) The western world knew only mythologies.


The truth about the creation of the universe as in the Upnishads and the Bhagwatam; actual age of the Universe; the uninterrupted Ganges valley civilization of 1,900 million years; and the chronology of the history of Bharatvarsh sinces its origination.

(47) Creation of the universe and the development of life and civilization on the earth planet according to the Upnishads and the Bhagwatam.

– Aim of creation.

– Duration of creation.

– Powers involved in the creation.

– Forces that keep the universe running.

– Procedure of the creation of the universe.

– The functioning of a planetary system.

– Life on the earth planet.

(48) The exact calculations of the age of Brahma and the existing manvantar according to the Bhagwatam.
(49) Actual age of the universe.

– Critics can’t be appeased.

(50) History of the uninterrupted Ganges valley civilization of India for 1,900 million years according to the Bhagwatam.
(51) The beginning of kaliyug. (3102 BC)

1. Astrological.

2. Others.

(52) The dynasties of Magadh after the Mahabharat war and the important historical personalities (Gautam Buddh, Chandragupt Maurya, Jagadguru Shankaracharya and Vikramaditya).
(53) Chronological chart of the history of Bharatvarsh since its origination.


The eternal Divinity of Bhartiya scriptures
 and the Sages and Saints who revealed them, and the characteristics of the happenings that are described in the Upnishads and the Puranas.

(54) Classifications of Bhartiya scriptures.
(55) The Divinity of Bhartiya scriptures.
(56) The descension of Ved Vyas.
(57) The references and the stories of the Upnishads and the Puranas are supernatural happenings.

– There are three dimensions (material, celestial and Divine) and two kinds of space (material and celestial) in this brahmand.

– The events described in our Upnishads and the Puranas are of seven kinds.

(58) Age of the Vedas and the Puranas.
(59) The Vedas, Upvedas and Vedangas.

– Brahman and aranyak.

– The Upvedas.

– The Vedangas.

– Vyakaran (Sanskrit grammar).

(60) Period of Panini and the Sutras, the Sages and Saints who were produced by Brahma; and the Smritis.

– Period of Panini and the Sutras.

– The eternity of Sages and Saints who were produced by Brahma.

– Smritis.

(61) Darshan Shastras.

– Significance of the Darshan Shastras and their period.

– Brahm Sutra.

(62) The Jain and Buddh religions.
(63) The Upnishads.

1. Ishopnishad.

2. Taittariya Upnishad.

3. Shvetashvatar Upnishad.

4. Tripadvibhushit Mahanarayanopnishad.

5. Gopal Poorv Tapiniyopnishad.

(64) The Puranas, the Itihas, and the avataras (descensions) of God.

– Allegorizing a Divine event is a spiritual transgression.


The universal religion of the Upnishads, Gita and the Bhagwatam which Bharatvarsh has introduced for the whole world. The eternal significance and the true form of bhakti; philosophy of the Divine descensions (avatars);
the supreme Divine love glory of Bhagwan Ram and Krishn;
and the teachings of the historical Saints
 and the acharyas of India.

(65) The true path to God and Sanatan Dharm.

– What is Sanatan Dharm?

– God and His path of attainment are both eternal.

– The definition of bhakti (devotion).

– The eternal significance of bhakti.

– God is realized with His Grace and His Grace is received through bhakti.

– Forms of God and Their Divine abodes.

– Kinds of Divine liberation.

(66) The philosophy of the descension (avatar) of God, and Bhagwan Ram and Krishn

(67) The Divine teachings of the Upnishads, Gita and the Bhagwatam (as followed and expounded by all of the Saints and the acharyas).

– The Gita.

– The Bhagwatam.

(68) The definition of spiritual transgressions.
(69) The recognition of a true devotee of God (gyani or bhakt), be he a sanyasi or a family man.
(70) Saints, acharyas, their teachings and their religion.

– The common source.

– The Divine forms of one single God.

– Clarification of the philosophical differences related to soul, maya and God.

– The gist of their teachings.


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