Dhanurveda, science of fighting and war, is one of the Upavedas connected to Yajur Veda. It is mentioned also in Rig Veda 6.75.2 as Dhanav Vidya concerning bow and arrows, which are symbols of all weapons and missiles. All these weapons are to be used if absolutely necessary when all other peaceful and righteous methods have failed; to defend those who follow the varnashrama system when evil persons create obstructions in the spread of Vedic knowledge.

Dhanurveda was revealed by the Lord to sages Vishvamitra and Bhrigu, its original teachers. Another famous Dhanurveda teachers in Vedic times were Parashurama and Drona. They are prominent characters in classical epic Mahabharata, story of conflict among various kshatriya (warrior) lineages. Dhanurveda is considered the origin of Vajramushti, an empty-handed Indian martial art. Among ancient versions of Vedic martial arts derived from Dhanurveda belong Thang-ta (in Manipur, East India) and Kalaripayat, or Kalaripayattu (in Kerala, South India).

“Ranganiketan performances give samples of the music, dance, and martial arts of northeastern India. Thang-ta is a weapons-oriented form of martial arts that dates from the time of the Mahabharata. Both men and women learn these arts from an early age. With precision and strength, Ranganiketan artists demonstrate the various forms of Thang-ta, using swords, shields, scimitars, and occasionally their bare hands.”


What Was Galileo Famous For? …..

Galileo’s laws of motion, made from his measurements that all bodies accelerate at the same rate regardless of their mass or size, paved the way for the codification of classical mechanics by Isaac Newton. Galileo’s heliocentrism (with modifications by Kepler) soon became accepted scientific fact. His inventions, from compasses and balances to improved telescopes and microscopes, revolutionized astronomy and biology. Galilleo discovered craters and mountains on the moon, the phases of Venus, Jupiter’s moons and the stars of the Milky Way. His penchant for thoughtful and inventive experimentation pushed the scientific method toward its modern form.

In his conflict with the Church, Galileo was also largely vindicated. Enlightenment thinkers like Voltaire used tales of his trial (often in simplified and exaggerated form) to portray Galileo as a martyr for objectivity. Recent scholarship suggests Galileo’s actual trial and punishment were as much a matter of courtly intrigue and philosophical minutiae as of inherent tension between religion and science.

In 1744 Galileo’s “Dialogue” was removed from the Church’s list of banned books, and in the 20th century Popes Pius XII and John Paul II made official statements of regret for how the Church had treated Galileo


Time Machine……

Time Machine_____
Can we travel in time ? The answer should be yes. But the problem is we can’t travel in past we can only travel in future , but it is not so easy because if you travel in future your present have to be sacrificed you will not be able to come back and in future your existence will be vanished.
If we can consider time as an medium which is present all over the universe and moving continuously from within every matter present in universe , then our age will depend on the speed with which it travel from our body, if it travel slow than our age will increase slowly , if it travel faster than our age will be increase quickly. In the same way if we slow down the speed of time when moving in us than we will in future with respect to other matters.
But we can’t do the same to move in past because our present is related with many small things.
Like if We touch any thing in the past that’s connected with our ancestors and us than the time will form a Loop and will threaten out existence.

There is a very famous paradox to explain this….

Hope you all had understood, why it is so difficult to travel in time. Thank you!!!!!


There is no Black Hole…..

Centre of M87

There is no Black hole____
From past many years black hole is one of the biggest mysteries of universe. Know what is a Black hole , this term was first used by Robert H. Dicke. , A black hole is a region of space time where gravity is so strong that nothing—no particles or even electromagnetic radiation such as light—can escape from it. Some months back NASA had launched a photograph of a black hole , but it doesn’t prove the existence of black hole because we don’t know , is it really a Black hole or something else. If we go with vadic physics then there is nothing like a Black hole. According to Modern physics black is not a colour because they believe that no wave length can give black colour, but according to vadic physics black is also a colour and in the centre of our galaxy there is no Black hole there is a star who look black from center and due to other wave length it show yellowish colour at the surface. According to Aacharya Agnivrat , bryhti and praan rashmia are the cause of that black colour and they also believe that all galaxies have a massive star like this and they also believe that many galaxies have also a centre which holds them in a particular pattern.

Different layers present on the star present in center of every galaxy

Origin of Vedas…..

Origin of Vedas___
Four Rishi’s named Agni, Vayu, Aaditya, and Angria they went to the deep meditation and gained lots of knowledge which they enclosed in four Vedas. Rishi Agni study rig Veda , Rishi angira study Atharva Veda ,Rishi vayu study yajur Veda and Rishi Aaditya study Sam vade. After this they taught all the four Vedas to Rishi Brahma , he was the first man who studied all the four Vedas. Narad Muni was also one of them who studied all the Vedas and Upanishads. In the satyug Vedas were the source to study science but slowly with the time their meaning changed and people were unable to understand their meaning and treated as religious books, all the other religions are made after studying these Vedas but they were unable to see the science behind them but a Vedic physicists had decoded a book named atry brahman in which the coded knowledge of rig ved was written and it helped in studying many unknown phenomena.