God has come down on Indian Soil

God has come down on Indian Soil

Ishwar Putra Arun

God has come down on Indian Soil

God has come down on Indian Soil –

For the purpose of material creation Lord’s plenary expansion assumes three Vishnus. The first one Maha-Vishnu, the second Garbhodakasayi Vishnu and third Kshirodakaayi Vishnu.

Maha-Vishnu: Maha-Vishnu is called Inferior Energy or Lower Energy creates the total material energy , known as the mahat-tattva. The inferior energy is matter manifested in different elements, namely earth, water, fire,air,ether,mind, intelligence and ego. Both forms of material nature, namely gross(earth, etc.)and subtle (mind, etc.) are products of the inferior energy.

Garbhodakasayi-Vishnu: Garbhodakasayi Vishnu, enters into all the Universes to create diversities in each of them. Garbhodakasayi Vishnu is called Superior Energy or Higher Energy of the Supreme LOrd, and it is due to this energy that the entire material world functions. The cosmic manifestation has no power to act unless it is moved by the superior energy, the living entity. Energies are always controlled by the energetic and therefore the living entities are always controlled by the Lord – they no independent existence.

Kshirodakaayi-Vishnu: Kshirodakaayi-Vishnu, is diffused as the all pervading Supersoul in all the universes and is known as Paramatma / Pahilautha / Ishwar Putra/Ishwar/Addi Purush. He is present even within the atoms. Any one who knows these three Vishnu canbe librerated from material entanglement.

Lord Kalki is 24th incarnation of Kshirodakaayi-Vishnu and is known as Paramatma / Pahilautha / Ishwar/Addi Purush. He has arrived on 2nd May 1985 on the Indian Soil. He had to come down on Indian soil with the name of Kalki, in village Shambhal Gram.

Meaning of word ‘Shambhal Gram’ :-

शम्भु Shambhu – Brahm (those who knows Brahm / Brahm knowing people) is called Brahman + ल or ले (of) + ग्राम Grama (Community/Village/Group of people living at a certain Place) = शम्भल ग्राम Shambhal Grama (Village / Place / City of Brahman / Group of Brahman ब्रह्मणों का समूह ) A place where group of Brahman is living / जहाँ ब्राह्मणों का समूह निवास करता है, उसे शम्भल ग्राम कहते हैं .
People has called Him with many different community names. In August Sanghita, Agust Rishi called Him with 1000 different names. Varah Puran, Chapter 48, Page No 94 called with 7 (seven) different names, Mahabharat, Van Parv called Him with the name of Kalki Vishnu Yasha and Shrimad Bhagawatam Maha Puran has also called Him with different name but it has been kept it secret.
Lord Kalki is silent Avatar like Krishna and Lord Buddha and He will destroy the Adharma people, Evil minded people and Malechchha people by hiding Himself on this earth and lastly He will re-establish Dharma at His appointed time.

Since He is King of Kings, God of gods and Universal thus He cannot be for one particular religion. He is for Hindu, He is for Islamic people, He is for Christian and at the same time He is for Shikh also. There is no God except Him. One is He, no partner hath He. Exalted is He alone, and praise be to Lord Kalki only, and there is no deity except Lord Kalki, and Lord Kalki is the Greatest. And there is no might nor power except in Lord Kalki, the Most High, the Most Great. He gives life and causes death, and He is Living, who will not die, never. He of Majesty and Munificence. Within His Hand is (all) good. And He is, upon everything, Able (to exert His Will).

Many Holy Scriptures in all religions have prophesied for the arrival of Kalki Avatar. Those who does not fulfill these prophecies cannot take a position of Kalki Maha Avatar.

A dazzling account given about Kalki Avatar was that He would be born on the 12th day of the bright fortnight (Shukla Paksh) in the month of Vaisakha. (Kalki Puran 1;2:15) Kalki Comes in 1985, 3rd chapter prophesied – Kalki will be born in a Brahmin family in Mathura city in Uttar Pradesh of North India in the first half of 1985 i.e. on Vaisakh Shukla Dwadashi tithi and in Bengali tithi 1392. Bhavishya Puran, Pratisarg Parv, Part 4th , Chapter – 5, Page No – 331 has prophesied that “Lord will take Avatar with the name of Lord Kalki in Divya Vrindavan (in the secret Rasmandal place i.e. on the border of Mathura – Vrindavan location) for the welfare of Devas and to destroy the evil-doers. In the end of Kaliyuga Lord will appear in the form of Kalki Avatar at the request of Radha ji.”

Kalki Puran 1;2:6 has prophesied – Lord Kalki will marry with Padma. Padma will be the incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi and she will be born from the womb of Koumudi, the wife of king Brihadratha, in Sinhala Desh (Sri Lanka).

People are clever and they will try to confuse the people with their cleverly – God knew the people’s attitude. Thus He cleared in Kalki Puran 1;2:6 so that false people might be caught. Truth is – The mother’s name of Padma will be Koumudi and her father’s name will be Brihadratha, and all of three will be born in Sinhala Desh (Sri Lanka) and at the same time all of three will live in Sinhala Desh (Sri Lanka).

5 signs that indicates the destruction

5 signs that indicates the destruction

AADISHRI ARUN

five signs that indicate the coming of destruction

 

 5 signs that indicate the coming of destruction  – 

Lord Kalki is 24th incarnation of Lord Vishnu. He has arrived on 2nd May 1985 on the Indian Soil. He had to come down on Indian soil with the name of Kalki, in village Shambhal Gram.
Meaning of word ‘Shambhal Gram’ :-
शम्भु Shambhu – Brahm (those who knows Brahm / Brahm knowing people) is called Brahman + ल or ले (of) + ग्राम Grama (Community/Village/Group of people living at a certain Place) = शम्भल ग्राम Shambhal Grama (Village / Place / City of Brahman / Group of Brahman ब्रह्मणों का समूह ) A place where group of Brahman is living / जहाँ ब्राह्मणों का समूह निवास करता है, उसे शम्भल ग्राम कहते हैं .
People will call Him with many different 1000 community names. Lord Kalki is silent Avatar like Krishna and Lord Buddha and He will destroy the Adharma people, Evil minded people and Malechchha people by hiding Himself on this earth and lastly He will re-establish Dharma at His appointed time.
Since He is King of Kings, God of gods and Universal thus He cannot be for one particular religion. He is for Hindu, He is for Islamic people, He is for Christian and at the same time He is for Shikh also. There is no God except Him. One is He, no partner hath He. Exalted is He alone, and praise be to Lord Kalki only, and there is no deity except Lord Kalki, and Lord Kalki is the Greatest. And there is no might nor power except in Lord Kalki, the Most High, the Most Great. He gives life and causes death, and He is Living, who will not die, never. He of Majesty and Munificence. Within His Hand is (all) good. And He is, upon everything, Able (to exert His Will).

Lord Kalki will destroy the the evil people in is ow appointed time that indicate five signs, mentioned in the Holy Scriptures . These are as below:

1. Most people in society will start to consume non vegetarian food, Women will speak in sharp, hurtful tones, refuse to honour their husband’s feelings and improper sexual conducts will increase in society. It will be observed that the sun is eclipsed even when there is no moonless night.

2. The average life span of people will drastically reduce and girls will reach child-bearing capacities at very young ages. Husbands and wives will be dissatisfied with each other. People will not keep faith in places of worship. The stars will shine less bright and the earth will get increasingly hot.

3. When there are such times, at an appropriate time, in village Sambhal on the Mathura-Vrindavan border, Lord Kalki will take Avatar. He will travel the earth destroying evil and evil minded people. This is when Satyuga will be said to have begun.

4. Lord Kalki will be the fourth son of his parents whose names are Vishnuyasha and Sumati.

5. Lord Kalki will appear soft natured and divine in appearance and demeanour. He will be the master of the eight siddhis. He will travel on a white horse. He will possess immense anger inside him for he will observe the evil and sinful behaviour of society and therefore he will be dark skinned. He would like to wear the colour red and he will fight with a sword.

 

Lord will not forsake you

Lord will not forsake you

(AADISHRI ARUN)

Lord will not forsake you

Lord will not forsake you – As we go through our lives, all of us face an unknown future. Sometime the future appears bright and sometime uncertain and scary. We are always trying to peer into the future and trying to predict what will happen next. We try to predict the unknown through what is known to us. Sometimes we are right and sometimes we are wrong and this always leads to the birth of ‘Fear’.

But friends, for fear to be born, another thing is necessary and that is ‘Ego’. What does this mean? It simply means that if I believe that it is only I who is responsible for my life, then I will always fear the future since it is only I who has to safeguard my life and that there is no-one to help me.

On the other hand, those who believe in God and believe that we are part of God’s larger plan, we will believe that God has a role for us-even if we don’t know what it is, and we will trust him to do what is best, for us. If this is our attitude, then we will lose our fear.

The fact is that the world is created by God, for a purpose and the Lord want to tell you that as you face the challenges of life you are not alone. He says – “I will never leave you, nor forsake you” (Bible, Hebrews 13:5).

Trust in god comes only from love. Just as a child trusts his mother because he loves his mother and he can feel the love of the mother, similarly you will trust in God only as much as you love Him. The interesting thing is that trust is based on love and love is based on trust! As you drive along your journey in life, you will find that confidence in God’s love is always coupled with trust. As I said, this means letting Him drive. When love and trust are combined, they are a like a match to faith. They will set your confidence on fire so that you can ride anywhere that God is taking you without fear.

Gita Saar, Chapter – 5

Gita Saar

Chapter – 5

(Ishwar Putra Arun)

Gita Saar

Gita Saar – In chapter 5 Lord Krishna go deeper into the concept of Gyaan Yog and Karma yoga and He re-emphasizes to Arjuna that Karma yoga is better than Gyaan yoga because it is easier to practice and achieve. Lord Krishna says this after seeing Arjuna’s mental condition on the battlefield.

On hearing this, Arjuna mentioned his confusion to Lord Krishna. The cause of the confusion was that since both-karma yoga and Gyaan yoga were equally effective for reaching the final goal of liberation, then why was Lord Krishna advising to follow the path of Karma yoga and not that of Gyaan yoga? Arjuna believed that since the yoga of knowledge was a valid path, it would be easier to follow since in that path, unpleasant and painful actions could be avoided. Arjun confessed to Lord Krishna that the difference between the two paths was too subtle for him to understand. Arjuna further requested Lord Krishna to guide him about which path he would be truly beneficial for him since he himself was unable to differentiate between the two.

Lord Krishna replied that the path of knowledge does not imply that no action need be taken. It only meant that the action that was to be carried out should be as per ones righteous duty-as per Dharma, and that it should be attachment/ desire free. Without doing action, the path of knowledge could not be actualized. Without taking action, the doer-ship that needs to be renounced, while acting through the mind, body and senses cannot be renounced. The person, who takes action while meditating on the reality of God, is the one to achieve realization the fastest. The fact was that the pool of desires that engulfed Arjuna could not be resolved and sublimated without Arjuna taking appropriate action and that is why Lord Krishna suggested to Arjuna that the path of Karma yoga was the most suited for Arjuna. The real reason why Arjun wanted to take the path of knowledge and not of action was because he was looking for an escape from having to battle and kill his own kith and kin.

This is the problem that confronts most of us in our daily lives. Things we do and have to do cause us both grief and happiness. Most actions we take are double edged. The only way out is that if we act, not out of our selfish interest or our attachments but through Dharma. Then we are like representatives of God and we will never commit false, sinful or dishonest actions.
Arjuna’s problem was that his mind was not stable on any one course of action. He desired the worldly pleasures that he would get if he won the war but he was also fearful of the consequences of killing his own brethren, something that he would have to do, if he was to win the war. Thus Arjuna was conflicted.

Lord Krishna could easily understand the state of mind of Arjun. He could make out that Arjuna was being swayed by attachment, desire and fear. This is why, to stabilize his mental condition, Lord Krishna gave Arjuna his own example. He revealed to Arjuna that He was the Lord of the three worlds and there was no need for Him to perform any duties since whatever He wanted was available to Him simply by wishing for it. Inspite of this Lord Krishna was constantly engaged in taking actions as per His duty.

Lord Krishna further explained that most people believe that their individuality-the sense of “I”, is their body, mind and their wisdom. This is not true. The “I” that we can all feel, is actually the soul that resides in the physical body and which uses the mind and wisdom attached to this body. “I’” is actually a part of the indestructible soul of God.

Arjuna interjected Lord Krishna to say that his confusion persisted. Arjuna further said that Lord Krishna had said two things. One-that act but renounce the fruits of the action and two-that do your duty with your whole heart focused on God. Arjun asked-Which was the better way?
Lord Krishna replied that both ways were equally good but the better / easier way was doing the action as a representative of God and doing it on God’s remembrance only. This is called action with devotion to the Lord.

Lord Krishna further said that both ways of action are only superficially different but their achievement-Inner joy; inner knowledge; inner blessings and inner peace-they are the same. The basic point to be addressed is the sense of doer-ship. The sense of doer-ship is the cause of suffering and not the acts that we do. Once the being realizes this crucial fact, he gets free from the action-reaction paradigm.

Lord Krishna re-iterated that the way towards liberation was the surrender of the fruit of action and/ or acting as a representative of God rather than of oneself. This is possible when there is no attachment or personal desire associated with the act that is done. When the man who does the act, not take ownership, then neither the good, neither the evil fruit of that action accrue to the individual. Instead such a man becomes a repository of God’s trust, a beloved of God who is endlessly and eternally blessed. That blessing includes being visited by God and being able to see him face-to-face and to forever reside in God’s love.

For the man who cannot do this- that is, not remove the sense of doer-ship from his actions, that man is fated to take the burden of the results and to pay those burdens and debts. Such a man is endlessly trapped in the cycle of birth and death. He is born again and again and he undergoes death after death, in various species. In effect, he is trapped in the cycle of birth and death.

The person who understands this secret-of life, living and death, and who implements this in his daily living, that person leads a truly happy life.

Lord Krishna further said that man should avoid the undue influence of the senses because they are the first step in creating false attachments, desires and angers. By controlling and ignoring the senses, one can start walking on the path of yoga. Such people-the ones who have controlled their sense and who know that God is the only truth worth knowing, such people achieve peace happiness and joy in their lives.