Recognitions of Ancient Konwledge


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       Immortal treasure of Ancient Knowledge
From the Vedas, man can know the ‘Code of Right Activity’ and the ‘Body of Right Knowledge’. The Vedas teach man his duties from birth to death. They describe his rights and duties, obligations and responsibilities in all stages of life—as a student, householder, recluse and monk. In course of time the Vedangas, Puranas and Epic texts appeared in order to make plain of the Vedic dicta and axioms and enable all to understand the meaning and purpose of the do’s and don’ts. Therefore, if man is eager to grasp his own significance and true reality,
he has to understand the importance of these later explanatory compositions also. That is to say “Vetthi ithi Vedah”; Knowing, knowledge is Veda. Completing the Vedic corpus, the Upanishads are the most basic and most important Hindu scriptures. All orthodox schools of Hinduism base their doctrines on the material found in the Upanishads. In the Upanishad, the
three main approaches in arriving at the solution to the problem of the ‘Ultimate Reality’ have traditionally been the theological, the cosmological and the
psychological approaches. The cosmological approach involves looking outward, to the world; the psychological approach meaning looking inside or to the Self; and the theological approach is looking upward or to God. Thus the Upanishads mainly contain early philosophical and metaphysical texts about the nature of macrocosm (the gods and the universe), ritual (yajña) and microcosm (humans) as well as the relationship between the soul (atman) and the universal Brahman.The Upanishads are often referred to collectively as
Vedanta ("the end of the Vedas"), not only because they appear physically in the concluding sections of each Veda, but also because their teachings are traditionally seen as the culmination of all other Vedic knowledge.


       Parashuram and Brahmins

Brahmin community all over the world considers Bhagwan Parashuram, the sixth incarnation of Bhagwan Vishnu to be their “Isht Dev”. He belongs to the treta yuga. He was born to father Jamdagni and mother Renuka on the Tritia of Shukla Paksh of the month of Baisakha(Akshaya Tritia) in the first quarter of night. He is considered all omni potent, omni present and omniscient. He is not confined to one community or one sect, or one religion or region. He had led the struggle of “The Oppressed” against “The Oppressor”. He stood like a rock with “The Meek and The Weak”. He is considered one of the seven immortal (Chiranjeevi) human. He received an axe after undertaking a terrible penance to please Shiva, from whom he learned the methods of warfare and other skills. He fought back the advancing seas thus saving the lands of Konkan and Malabar. The coastal area of Kerala State along with the Konkan region, which is the coastal region of Karnataka, Goa and Maharashtra States, is also sometimes called Parashurama Kshetra (Parashurama's country). Parashurama is said to be a Brahmakshatriya ("warrior Brahman"), the first warrior saint. Shri Parashurama is worshiped as a Founder (Mool Purush) of Chitpavan and Daivadnya Brahmin Communities. Parashuram kund is located in Arunachal Pradesh of north east India {165 kilometres form Tinsukia, 97 kilometres via Tezu (form Tinsukia to Namsai, Wakro and Tezu)}. Its origin is associated with Parashuram’s matricide described in the Srimad Bhagvat, Kalikapurana and in the Mahabharata. The Kalika Puram states that a mere bath in the kund on Paush, Makarsankranti day which normally falls in Mid-January every year leads to emancipation.

       Brahmin intellectual class-natural caretaker of ancient Indian wisdom

The upkeep of the golden treasure house of ancient Indian wisdom in field of rituals, supreme wisdom, astrology, Yoga and meditation, Ayurvedic healing was traditionally vested to the Brahmin intellectual class. But with the advent of western culture, disintegration of societal values and material prosperity, these treasures are being dwindled- leading to societal chaos, degradation of moral values, and phenomenal rise of corruption in public and private life of the people. The younger generations are being disarrayed, frustrated in absence of alternative dicta. As alternative dicta cannot come out in a single stroke of words, and become applicable for moment by moment, month by month, year by year, generation by generation. Therefore it is wise to revive with need based modifications, whatever traditional age-old wisdom developed and nourished in this land, suiting its surroundings. Hence patronization of age old wisdom of cultivating Brahminic values to those who are naturally apt and duty bound for its upkeep, can enable a real happiness to the mass people at this juncture for peace, progress and prosperity

       Importance of preserving deshachar, lokachar and kulachar

Revolutions and reforms are continuous process of human endeavor and Hindu religion is not different. Many intellectuals feel that it would be historical blunder to dump that ancient knowledge and practices accusing turning the wheel back, orthodox etc. rather it should be protected and enriched in its originality. Though Vedic practices remain same, few of the Brahminic traditions slightly differs on the basis of geography for culture, linguistic, dialect, phonetic, accent etc. This is similar to linguistic geography where the spread of a particular dialect gets halted at a mountain range, forest belt, body of water, etc. Naturally it is expected that priestly culture related to Vrat (e.g. Rupashi Vrat in Srihatta is not observed elsewhere) varies as per deshachar, lokachar, kulachar (i.e. rituals and culture prevailing as per regional, traditional, generational indications). Therefore it is felt necessary to form Brahmon Sobha in this part of globe to protect the sociolinguistic Brahminic values, cultivate and spread the essence of wisdom in Veda, Upanishad and other ancient scriptures on maintaining individual’sdeshachar, lokachar, kulachar for guiding the upcoming generations of the society towards all round prosperity, on liaison and maintaining communal harmony.
Brohmo Jyoti Dorshon
Brahmon Sobha, the global Society, is an educational, religious, cultural and non-profit earning organization. It came into being on 4th April, 2010.

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