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Book – Sarasvati – Vedic River and Hindu Civilization

River Saraswati, or Sarasvati, played an important part in the Vedic civilization. The roots of Hindu culture was nourished by River Sarasvati, which went underground thousands of years ago. Modern day research has proved the existence of River Saraswati and the civilization that existed around the basin. The book Sarasvati – VedicRiver and Hindu Civilization by Dr. S .Kalyanraman talks in detail about the past, present and future of River Saraswati.An international conference on ‘Vedic River Sarasvati and the Hindu Civilization’ was held in New Delhi from 24th to 26th October 2008, sponsored by AIM for Seva and organized by Saraswati research and Educational trust. The book was released in this function.The book is published by AIM for Seva, which is an NGO in special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.Sarasvati – VedicRiver and Hindu Civilization
Dr. S .Kalyanraman
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Patent for Tirupati Laddoo

To stop hawkers from selling fake Tirupati Laddoos, Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD), a trust that manages the temple, plans to get a geographical indication (GI) tag. If patent is granted to Tirupati Laddoo by the Registrar of Geographical Indications as per the Geographical Indications of Goods (Registration and Protection) Act, 1999 then it could be the first HinduTemple offering to be recognized as an intellectual property (IP). C R Sukumar writes in Hawkers in Tirupati have been selling fake laddus and after several futile attempts to curb this practice, including repeated raids by its security and vigilance wings, TTD finally decided to seek legal protection for its laddu. The GI Act imposes a penalty of Rs50,000 along with six months of imprisonment for people infringing a GI.Claiming that its laddu is unique in quality and reputation, TTD submitted details to the GI registrar. But already there are differences of opinion in granting geographical indication (GI…

Thoughts on Unconscious Mind – Saint Sanat Kumara

Your samkalpa is affected by the subtle impressions of the past and by thought, speech, and actions that you have stored in the chitta, the mind field. Because you have forgotten the subtle impressions of the past, as well as the place where you stored them, they become unconscious; thus, the storehouse is called the unconscious mind. The material in the unconscious mind affects your samkalpa outside of your conscious awareness. In turn, your samkalpa loses control over the conscious part of the mind.For example, sometimes you think thoughts you don't want to think, speak words you don't wish to speak, and perform actions that you do not want to perform. Or you postpone certain thoughts or actions. All this is due to the unconscious.Sanat KumaraSource: The Tradition of the Himalayan Masters by Pandit Rajmani, Ph.D. Tigunait