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Akanda Jyoti - Our ever burning lamp is herewith offered to all the Rishis known and identified and those not known. Vedic wisdom has been passed down through many great sages who were free from the bindings of this world. Their minds were connected to the inifine ocean of wisdom within, their light will radiate for all eternity. With eternal gratitude we keep this lamp burning in their honor. 

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AtriKankayana BahlikaDhaumyaBharadvajaVisvamitra
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AtreyaGalavaPulastyaMarici KasyapaSivanucara
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Bhu Mata
The ancient Vedic sages viewed the Earth[Bhu Matha - Mother Earth] as a divine goddess, a being who had feelings and consciousness, and who responded to our prayers and actions. The sages sang beautiful hymns of gratitude to Mother Earth, wished her peace in rhythmic peace prayers, and also performed elaborate fire ceremonies for her peace and happiness.
Eternal Truth
Jyotisha (jyotiṣa, in Hindi and English usage Jyotish) is the Hindu system of astrology, one of the six disciplines of Vedanta, and regarded as one of the oldest schools of ancient astrology to have had an independent origin, affecting all other schools in and around India. The Sanskrit word derives from jyótis (disjointed as "Ja"+"Ya"+"O"+"T"+"ish" to get the root meaning as "water or birth"+"in addition to" + "earth" and "stars" + "knowledgeable" equating as one who is knowledgeable, or enlightened with knowledge, of birth, fate, and relationship to water, earth and stars) or which means "light, brightness", but in the plural also "the heavenly bodies, planets and stars".

Around the world there are special places where spiritual energies are more concentrated. In this section we take you on outer journeys to these places through various authors so you may experience a little of their magic.

Rishi Krishi
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Sthapaya Veda
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The world has and continues to be blessed with spiritual saints who, through Divine inspiration, offer us deep and profound spiritual insights to uplift and inspire in us to live a life of Higher Consciousness.

We feature just a few of them here.

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Many people do not know quite what it is, and it is often described incorrectly by many who are not a part of it. However, it is not as mysterious or complex as it is often portrayed to be.

Vedic Sciences
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We are what we eat, and the quality and types of food we eat directly affects our overall wellbeing, both in part and on the whole.

Here follows a list of enlightening articles for understanding food and its affect on the human body, mind and spirit.

Winter Squash in ancient Ayurvedic texts by Vedic Society Topic: Diet
References to Winter Squash in ancient Ayurvedic texts Common winter squashes are herewith: Acorn squash (Cucurbita pepo) Amber squash Ambercup squash (Cucurbita maxima) Arikara squash (Cucurbita maxima) Atlantic Giant (Cucurbita maxima) Autumn cup squash Banana squash (Cucurbita maxima;...
Published: Friday 16 July, 2010
Honey and Ghee by Vedic Society Topic: Diet
Ayurveda teaches that honey and ghee should not be taken in equal proportions (by volume). We have compiled various textual references from the sages of yore that demonstrate this viewpoint: It is not common for people to take honey and ghee equally but all should be aware that it should not be ...
Published: Friday 16 July, 2010
How to Make Ghee At Home by Vaidya Mishra Topic: Diet
Published: Monday 05 April, 2010
10 DAY - Ayurvedic Balancing & Detoxing Fast Topic: Diet
If Panchakarma is not possible, fasting can be a highly effective alternative. It balances the doshas, rectifies agni (digestive fire), clears shrotas (channels) and strengthens all dhatus (tissues). It removes aam (toxic accumulations) from body, mind and emotions, and helps to reduce excess weight...
Published: Wednesday 22 November, 2006
GM Vaccines Recombine into Unpredictable Hybrid by Jeffrey M. Smith Topic: Diet
Genetically engineered pox viruses in cell cultures recombined with natural viruses to create new viruses with unpredictable and potentially dangerous characteristics.
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
GM Food Promoter Transfers to Rat Cells by Jeffrey M. Smith Topic: Diet
The cauliflower mosaic virus (CaMV) promoter was found intact in rat tissues after a single meal, and was also confirmed to be active in human cells.
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
Genetically Modified Foods are Inherently Unsafe by Jeffrey M. Smith Topic: Diet
The assumptions and truths of Genetic Engineering
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
Genetically Engineered Foods Pose Higher Risk for Children Topic: Diet
Children's bodies develop at a fast pace and are more likely to be influenced and show the effects of genetically modified (GM) foods. That is why independent scientists used young adolescent rats in their GM feeding studies. The rats showed significant health damage after only 10 days, including da...
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
Dangers of Genetically Engineered Foods by Jeffrey M. Smith Topic: Diet
The following presents some of the dangers of genetically engineered foods and reasons why avoiding them is an important step to safeguard our health. The footnotes refer to page references in the book Seeds of Deception; there you can find meticulously documented evidence that leaves no doubt that ...
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
MARGARINE-THE GRAND DECEPTION by Understanding Hinduism Topic: Diet
Margarine, in addition to its hydrogenation, has other objectionable features that make it an artificial product. An artificial butter like flavour and odour are achieved with Diacetyl. To ensure enjoyment of these these qualities, isopropyl or stearyl citrates are added.These additives are euphemis...
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
The poisons in your food by Understanding Hinduism Topic: Diet
A look at some of the poisonous ingredients found in common foods.
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
Nutrition by Understanding Hinduism Topic: Diet
What constitutes nutrition? Certainly the common thought that food and nutrition are the same thing is a fallacy that needs to be discarded. It is one thing to eat an abundance of good food, it is quite another thing to have good nutrition. Food is one of the materials with which the processes of nu...
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
Quality and Quantity - Practical Classification of Diet by Understanding Hinduism Topic: Diet
1.The Building Diet 2.The Mature Diet - The diet of maintenance – adulthood 3 The Curative Diet-The diet of elimination
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
Oxidation by Understanding Hinduism Topic: Diet
Foods have been defined as oxidizable substances. Oxidation is the union of oxygen with another element. Oxidation may take place slowly or rapidly. Rapid oxidation is the process known as burning. Oxidation of foods takes place more rapidly at a high temperature, as in cooking, and more slowly at l...
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
Pernicious Anemia & Vitamin B-12 by Understanding Hinduism Topic: Diet
It has long been known that fasting results in a rapid blood regeneration in anemia.
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
Canned Foods- Processed Foods by Understanding Hinduism Topic: Diet
Space elements in foods convert to energy while the Time elements in foods convert to substance. Sodium is the most Time of the elements used in nutrition, while Potassium is the most Space of the elements used in nutrition.
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
Food combining for health by Understanding Hinduism Topic: Diet
The food that we normally eat can slowly kill us or heal us. How? The devastating effects of improper food combinations (different categories of foods eaten at the same meal) can ruin your health and vitality.Many diseases that will catch up with us in the future can be kept away by understanding...
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
Natural Food Cures Psoriasis by Understanding Hinduism Topic: Diet
"For 28 years I suffered with a skin affliction known as psoriasis. My entire body, from the top of my head to the soles of my feet, was covered with large blotches, which were covered with scale like formation. I consulted many doctors, and in this way spent much money, but my condition grew steadi...
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
Faulty food disease by Understanding Hinduism Topic: Diet
What happens to healthy men when they are fed on a diet consisting of bread and butter, meat and mashed potatoes, eggs and milk, salt and vinegar, tea and coffee, sugar and condensed milk?
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
The Hunza health secrets by Understanding Hinduism Topic: Diet
How the body is affected by the quality of food ingested? The most amazing and remarkable health and vitality of the Himalayan people of Hunza
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
Nutrition and physical degeneration by Understanding Hinduism Topic: Diet
It has long been known that primitive people, prior to their contacts with civilisation, had excellent teeth. It also has been established that teeth are a valuable indicator of general physical condition: excellent teeth and excellent general physique go hand in hand. Unfortunately, the converse of...
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
Ayurveda and food by Dr. Robert Svoboda Topic: Diet
Although meat is mandated in Ayurveda for debilitated patients, for warriors (Kshatriyas) and for those who overexert themselves, it is very heavy for digestion, putrefies faster than other foods and produces Ama (internal toxins) quickly. Unless you exercise strenuously, regular meat eating will in...
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
Eating of flesh – Merits and Demerits by Understanding Hinduism Topic: Diet
Yudhishthira said: Alas, those cruel men, who, discarding diverse kinds of food, covet only flesh, are really like great Rakshasas (demons)! Alas, they do not relish diverse kinds of cakes and diverse sorts of potherbs and various species of Khanda with juicy flavour so much as they do flesh! My und...
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
There are three kinds of food that a man can eat. by Understanding Hinduism Topic: Diet
(Sattwic, Rajasic and Tamasic). All foods have different properties. Different foods exercise different effects on different compartments of the brain or the mind. A confection of sparrow, meat, fish, eggs, onion and garlic excites passion. Fruits, barley, etc. render the mind calm and serene. The n...
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
Vedic references to food by Understanding Hinduism Topic: Diet
A list of Vedic references to food.
Published: Wednesday 27 September, 2006
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