Does God incarnate or not? Q- Does God incarnate or not? A.- No; because it is said in the Yajur Veda. “He is unborn.” Again “He overspreads all.” He is pure, is never born and never takes on a human form.” It is clear from these quotations that God is never born. Q. But Krishna says in the Gita, “Whenever there is decay of virtue, I take on a human form.” GITA 4: 7. What is your answer to this? Being opposed to the Veda, it cannot be held to be an authority. Though it is possible that Krishna, being very virtuous and being extremely anxious to further the cause of righteousness, might have … Continue reading Does God incarnate or not?
Do you believe God to be Formless or embodied? Q. Do you believe God to be Formless or embodied? A.- Formless Q.Being formless how could He reveal the Veda without the use of the organs of speech, as in the pronunciation of words the use of such organs as the palate and of a certain amount of effort with the tongue are indispensable. A.- Being Omnipresent, and Omnipresent, He does not stand in need of the organs of speech in order to reveal the Veda to the human souls; because the organs of speech , such as the mouth, the tongue, etc., are needed in pronouncing words only when you want to … Continue reading Do you believe God to be Formless or embodied?
DIET – PERMISSIBLE and FORBIDDEN Permissibility or prohibition in diet is based on two factors – one determined by the Science of morals and religion, and the other by the Science of Health. “The twice-born –Braahmans, Kshatriyas, Vaishyas – must not eat such vegetables, fruits and roots as are raised in night soil and other kinds of refuse.” MANU 5:5 “They should abstain from flesh diet and intoxicants”, MANU 2: 177, such as wine, Ganja, Cannabis Indica, and opium, etc. “Let them never use those articles that are prejudicial to the growth of the intellect.” SHARANGDHAR 4:21. They should also avoid the use of all those articles of food that are decomposed, fermented, unclean … Continue reading DIET – PERMISSIBLE and FORBIDDEN
Arya Invasion an Analysis Where man was first created? Q.~ In Trivishtap otherwise called Tibet. Q. Were all men of one class or divided into different classes at the time of Creation? A.~ They all belonged to one class, viz., that of man, but later on they were divided into two main classes, – the good and the wicked. The good were called Aryas and the wicked Dasyus. Says the Rig Veda, “Do ye know (there are) two classes of men – Aryas and Dasyus.” The good and learned were also called Devaas, while the ignorant and wicked, such as dacoits (robbers), were called Asura. TheAryas were again divided into four Classes, viz., Braahmana (teachers), … Continue reading Arya Invasion an Analysis
Are even women and Shudraas (low-caste) allowed to study the Vedas? Q- What shall we do if they take to reading? Besides, there is no authority for their doing so. On the other hand, is condemned by the Vedas thus – Shruti “Never should women and the Shoodraas study.” A. ~ All men and women ( i.e., the whole of mankind) have a right to study. You may go and hang yourselves. As for the text you have quoted, it is of you own fabrication, and is no where to be found either in the Vedas or any other authoritative book. On the other hand, here is a verse from the Yajur Veda that authorizes all men to study … Continue reading Are even women and Shudraas (low-caste) allowed to study the Vedas?
लेखक – स्वामी ओमानंद जी सरस्वती मांस मनुष्य का स्वाभाविक भोजन नहीं हम यह सिद्ध कर चुके हैं कि मानव शरीर की रचना की तुलना मांसाहारी पशुओं की शरीर रचना से करने पर यह भली-भांति पता चलता है कि भगवान् ने मनुष्य का शरीर मांस खाने के लिये नहीं बनाया । इस अध्याय में यह सिद्ध किया जायेगा कि शरीर ही नहीं, किन्तु मनुष्य का स्वभाव भी मांस खाने का नहीं है । संसार में प्रत्यक्ष देखने में आता है कि जितने भी मांसाहारी जीव हैं, चाहे वे स्थलचर, जलचर अथवा नभचर हों, वे सभी अपने शिकार अन्य जीव को बिना चबाये ही निगल जाते हैं और उसे पचा लेते हैं । जैसे जल में रहने वाली मछलियां, … Continue reading मांस मनुष्य का स्वाभाविक भोजन नहीं
लेखक – स्वामी ओमानंदजी सरस्वती मानव की शरीर रचना और भोजन संसार में अनेक प्रकार के जीव देखने में आते हैं, जिनके भोजनों में विभिन्नता है । ध्यान से देखने पर पता चलता है कि भोजन की विभिन्नता के अनुसार ही उनकी शरीर रचना में भी विभिन्नता है । १. फलाहारी जीव बन्दर, गुरिल्ला आति कन्द फूल ही खाते हैं । १ : इनके दाँत चपटे, एक दूसरे से मिले हुए और उनकी दाढ़ भोजन की पिसाई का कार्य करने योग्य होती है । २ : इनके जबड़े छोटे, तीनों ओर, सब ओर हिल सकने वाले अर्थात् ऊपर-नीचे, दायें-बायें, इधर-उधर हिलने वाले होते हैं । ३ : ये घूंट भरकर जल पीते हैं । ४ : शरीर … Continue reading मानव की शरीर रचना और भोजन