Dedicated to Ancient Vedic Civilization

It is more than two milleneum and a half now since the one known as the "Buddha" walked the ancient land of Bhaaratham teaching the dharma. He was a prince by birth who not not only possessed great wealth but also a beautiful wife who was reowned for her beauty and a new born son. But still moved by all the suffering in the world, he gave up all that was dear to him and became a wandering mendicant searching for the solution to the suffering of the world. After six years of rigorous austerities, penance and meditation, he atlast found enlightenment as he lay emaciated under a tree near Gaya (in modern Bihar). The Bhagavat Geetha literally "The song of the Lord", occurs in the Bheeshma parva section of the MahAbhAratha. The scene upon which the discourse is set, is a philosophically ideal one where man is forced to confront the ultimate questions of life.

The righteous Pandavas and their evil cousins the Kauravas, of the race of the Kuru, face each other in the battle field.

There Lord Krishna also lectures Arjuna on the true purpose of life i.e., liberation from the cycle of rebirths and the paths leading to it. The way of works (karma yoga) and way of devotion (bhakti yoga) placed alongside the traditional way of knowledge (jnaana yoga) as means to liberation

Vedic Astrology Jyotish

Jyotish: is a Sanskrit term derived from two roots :Jyoti which means light and Isha, which means Lord or God therefore the complete meaning of it is the light of god. It is a science of the study of heavenly lights and their effects on human life. In ancient scriptures Jyotish Astrology was given such an important position, that Jotish was defined as the eye of the "Veda ".

There are many ways to say sensible and interesting things about another person using numerology, palmistry, Western astrology and of course Vedic astrology. It's obvious how various methods give us different information because they regard subjects from different angles. So it is with Vedic astrology Jyotish

Yoga

Yoga exercises and philosophy have become mainstream. No longer considered strange in the West. Everyone from students to professionals to corporate executives find their lives enriched, yogic practices are widely accepted for generating many health benefits. In a stressful world of high tech and fast paced living, more and more people are turning to relaxation to halt the deteriorating influences of contemporary lifestyles. Yogic practices are based on thousands of years of use. Yoga is not dogmatic, but rather a science for personal evolution. Practitioners find fresh insights into their own consciousness as well as new, healthier outlooks on the world.

 

 

Ayurveda

According to Ayurveda, every human being is a unique phenomenon of cosmic consciousness. The three Dosha (humors) determines every individualís psychosomatic temperament or constution. Vata (ether plus air), Pitta (fire plus water) and Kapha (water plus earth) are called the Tridosha, meaning the three Dosha. The internal environment is governed by Vata -Pitta -Kapha (V-P-K), which is constantly reacting to the external environment.

The wrong diet, habits, lifestyle, incompatible food combinations , seasonal changes, repressed emotions and stress factors can all act either together or separately to change the balance of V-P-K.  Ayurvedic literature suggests putting the person on a proper diet with appropriate lifestyle, habits and exercise, and administering a proper cleansing program

Vastu

Ancient Indian Architectural traditions hold that a building is a living organism and can be designed in harmonic resonance with the underlying energy structure of the universe. Such a building becomes a generator of coherence, attuning the occupants to the universal laws and increasing health, wealth and spiritual well being.