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Book based on the Triple Eclipse of 2009 – History and What can be expected

The book titled ‘Will History Repeat Itself? Triple Eclipse of July 2009. Ominous? Promising?’ delves into the history of similar triple Grahan (Eclipse) and finds out what happened after the earlier triple eclipses and will the happenings repeat after the 2009 triple eclipse. In 2009, there is a lunar eclipse on July 7, a solar eclipse on July 22 and another lunar eclipse on August 6. The first recorded triple eclipse was in 3067 BCE and it coincided with the 18-day war in the Mahabharata. Another triple grahan happened 36 years later in 3031 BCE and saw Dwarka – the city built by Lord Krishna – going under the sea. The book ‘Will History Repeat Itself? Triple Eclipse of July 2009. Ominous? Promising?’ is written by DK Hari and D Hema Hari, founders of Bharath Gyan.DNA India reportsUsing planetarium software, which has been developed to precisely date the movements of various astral bodies for many thousands of years in the past and the future, the couple has tried to collate data fr…

Bhagavad Gita on Person who has grasped the Truth

When a man has given up the desires of his heart and is satisfied with the Self alone, be sure that he has reached the highest state.The sage, whose mind is unruffled in suffering, whose desire is not roused by enjoyment, who is without attachment, anger or fear – take him to be one who stands at that lofty level.He who wherever he goes is attached to no person and to no place by ties of flesh; who accepts good and evil alike, neither welcoming the one nor shrinking from the other – take him to be one who is merged in the Infinite.He who can withdraw his senses from the attraction of their objects, as the tortoise draws his limbs within its shell – take it that such a one has attained Perfection.The objects of sense turn from him who is self-disciplined. Even the relish for them is lost in him who has seen the Truth.Bhagavad Gita (Chapter II)