Sunday, June 9, 2013



Above Zoroaster: Why does NOT Zoroaster wear pants-- why does he wear the Indian rishi's dhoti?

To those who wonder who Maharishi Shukracharya ( God of Parsis Ahura Mazda ) is, I must tell them he is an essential part of Hindu Vedic texts. I am from Kerala.  We had an Asura king Mahabali, and Shukracharya was his personal advisor.


In Kerala we do NOT celebrate Diwali which is celebrated by the rest of India.  It is interesting that in Kerala Christians and Muslims too celebrate Onam , the festival in lieu, which is to express gratitude to Asura King Mahabali.

Devas and the Asuras were always at loggerheads in ancient Hindu texts of India. Their enmity was deep rooted and they has constant wars.

Once in a fight between the devas and the asuras , the devas had the upper hand. The asuras went running to Maharishi Bhrighu’s ashram for refuge and .  Shukracharya’s mother Ushana ( wife of Bhrigu ) gave then shelter.

This ashram could NOT be attacked by anybody due to a divine protective shield bubble.  Maharishi Bhrigu and his son Shukracharya were both away at this time doing penance.

When Brighu returned , and he saw the asuras in his ashram everywhere . On hearing from his wife that they sought refuge on fear of death, he told her that she has done the right thing.

The devas under Indra went running to Lord Vishnu and complained.

Vishnu visited the ashram when Bhrigu and his son Shukracharya were not there.  He met Bhrigu’s wife and tried to convince here, that she should kick out the asuras from the ashram.

She did NOT agree to this as both her husband and her son have no problem with the asuras . Then  Vishnu told her that he would have to use the power of Sudarshana chakra ( a scalar howitzer ) to break the protective shield of the ashram and she should move out of her ashram. 

Bhrigu’s wife decided to stay put , since her husband and son were far way .  She knew she would die and she thought that getting death from Vishnu meant attaining moksha or deliverance.

Totally in a bind, Lord Vishnu used his Sudarshan Chakra and killed everybody in the ashram , including Shukracharya’s mother. 

Later Shukracharya, while putting fire to his mother’s pyre took a solemn vow of revenge with the devas and Vishnu.

This prompted him to side with the the Asuras .

Maharishi Bhrigu flew into a terrible rage and cursed Vishnu that he would have to be born several times on earth.  These are Vishnu’s avataras (incarnations).  As for his own wife, Bhrigu resurrected her through his yogic powers.

Shukracharya’s anger had been indeed brimming for a long time.

As a young boy Shukracharya studied the Vedas under Rishi Angirasa .  He was upset with Angirasa's favoritism towards his own son Brihaspati.  Brihaspati was always graded higher than him, Shukracharya was better than Brihaspati when it came to merit.

In a deep sulk he left Angirasa's ashram and went to learn under Maharishi Gautama.  Since then, he always had a professional rivalry with Brihaspati.  Even in mantric siddhis ,  Brihaspati was no match for Shukracharya and both knew this.  

When the devas ( gods ) need a guru , they chose Brihaspati .  Shukracharya who expected to be chosen became very bitter and spiteful.

In a knee jerk manner he offered his services as guru to the Asuras ( enemies of Devas ) and they grabbed it with both hands. This was the root cause of the Mahabharata war and other jealous races like Persians, Greeks and Romans outside India.

To make matters worse Devyani the daughter of Shukracharya, was rejected by the son of Brihaspati, Kacha.   She later married the legendary Somavanshi king Yayati.

In the time of the Mahabharata,  Shukracharya is mentioned as one of the mentors of Bhishma, having taught him political science in his youth.

Shukracharya is also connected to the Kumbh Mela.

The king of Gods ( Devas ) Indra was a bit of a egomaniac.  Once he was riding on his elephant Airavata when he bumped into a seer Durvasa Muni on the way, who was famous for his short fuse. Everybody was in awe of Durvasa, and he always wore tattered clothes due to a vow of insanity he was observing.
He had with him a garland of heavenly flowers given to him by a nymph. 

He tossed the garland towards Indra who placed it on his elephants head showing total insensitivity. The elephant was disturbed by the strange scent of the flowers and it threw down the garland on the ground and stamped on it.

Durvasa was upset seeing the gross disrespect and cursed Indra the king of the devas , and told him that he would be thrown down from his throne, exactly the same way the garland was thrown down.. He also cursed all the Devas and said that they all would soon lose their sheen. 

Indra immediately got down from the elephant and begged for forgiveness, but Durvasa would not retract the curse or even soften it, and went on his way..

When the Asuras  heard of this they were overjoyed, and they attacked the Devas under the leadership of Mahabali, (the King of Kerala ).  The Devas were thoroughly routed in battle and Mahabali became king of the universe.  The gods were scared and were told by Brahma to go to Vishnu for help.

Vishnu told them to strike a deal with the Asuras, and get them to join them as a team to churn amrit or ambrosia ( nectar of immortality ) from the oceans, and promise to share it 50-50 with them..  

And Vishnu would make sure that Asuras would NOT get a drop of it.  There was no other alternative as Sage Shukracharya the son of Bhrigu Rishi was on the side of the Asuras and was training them.

Shukracharya had a point to prove to the Devas who had spurned him when he offered his services to be their guru.  They chose Sage Brihaspati son of Maharishi Angira instead, despite knowing that he was second best.  Brihaspati is known in other cultures as Zeus  or Thor.

Lord Shiva had a mantra by the name of Sanjeevani.  This mantra was very powerful and could revive a dead man.  He would give it only to those who pleased him. One way to please him was to observe severe penance.

For example - hang upside down, on a high tree branch by your knees for one year.  If you fall asleep and drop down you break you neck. You cannot talk and cannot consume food . Right below smoke would be sent up from a bonfire of dry leaves. Nobody dared to do this penance. Shukracharya was determined to please Shiva and get hold of this mantra.

Everybody was keeping keen vigilance of this gruesome penance as the one year completion date was getting near.  The King of the Devas Lord Indra panicked and decided to play a bit dirty.  He sent his daughter Jayanti disguised as a brahmin woman past the sentries.

She threw some dry red  chillies into the fire without anybody noticing. The acrid fumes of the chillies made Shukracharyas eyes bleed- yet he continued hanging.  The woman was filled with remorse.  Lord Shiva unable to tolerate this foul play immediately appeared and gave Shukracharya the mantra as a boon. Now the Asuras were on a good wicket with Shukracharya as their guru, as they became immortal..

Shukracharya had a daughter called Devyani whom he dearly loved.  She was the best friend of the daughter (Sharmistha) of king of Asuras called Vrishparva.

Devyani and Sharmishtha were once amusing themselves in a lake.  King of Devas Indra decided to drive a wedge between Sukracharya and the Asuras. The two girls  had left their clothes on the bank.  Indra created a  breeze and mixed up the clothes.

When Princess Sharmishtha got out of the lake she put on Devayani’s underclothes clothes by mistake.  Devayani came out and told Sharmitha to remove her clothes and give it back to her in an abrasive manner and Sharmistha refused.

Devyani cried- “ How dare you . My father is your father’s teacher. Have some respect "

“I am not your inferior” replied Sharmishatha. “ Rather it is you who is my inferior.  My father is the king and your father thrives on my father’s generosity.  Your father is just a priest and poet who has to sing the glories of his king , my father".

The wedge driven by Indra, the king of devas worked and the two dear friends became spiteful enemies.
Sharmishtha got pissed off and flung Devyani into a well and left her there, taking her to be dead.

After some time King Yayati came to the forest on a hunt. He was thirsty and looked for some water. When he found the well, he discovered Devyani inside it crying.  He rescued Devyani.

King Yayati fell headlong in love with this beautiful girl. Devyani confessed to being in love too and asked him to marry her.   King Yayati said, "Unless your powerful father gives you to me in marriage I cannot accept you as my wife." 

Shukracharya gave in to his daughter's request and agreed to give her away in marriage to King Yayati. 
As dowry he gave away Princess Sharmishtha.

Now how did the princess become a slave. ?

When Shukracharya got to know about his dear daughter being thrown into a dry well he was furious with princess  Sharmishtha .

Devayani went into a deep sulk , threw tantrums,  and threatened to commit suicide, if Sharmistha was not punished.

Shukracharya went to the Asura king , Sharmistha’s father and threatened to relinquish his job as Guru.
King Vrishaparva did his best to persuade Shukracharya not to leave them, but Shukracharya insisted that he would stay only if Devyani was pacified.

King Vrishaparva promised to give Devyani whatever it was that she wished for.  

“Sharmishtha has insulted me” cried Devayani.  “ She has called me her inferior and even tried to kill me.. My mind will be set at rest only if Sharmishtha serves me as a life long slave.."

The Asuras were terribly frightened because Shukracharya’s  departure as their Guru would mean loss of Sanjeevani Vidya and sure defeat and decimation at the hands of Devas.

Princess Sharmistha saw her father and her people was in a very difficult position and so she acquiesced.
King Vrishaparva had no choice but to agree to this conditon and Sharmistha became Devayani’s slave, together with one thousand other asura women.

After King Yayati and Devayani got married.  Shukracharya reminded King Yayati  “ Sharmishta is Devayani’s slave and you are married to my daughter. Under no circumstances you must get involved with Sharmistha or I will curse you.”

In due course, Devyani gave birth to children.    She ensured that Princess Sharmistha although a slave, always lived like a queen in the palace of Yayati.  Sharmishtha was given a place to live in a shaded glade called Ashok Vatika.  

Attractive Sharmishtha seduced Yayati and secretly married him. She too gave birth to children .

“How come you to have sons? “ asked Devyani one day  “Who is your husband?”

“My husband is a brahmana”, replied Sharmishtha. “I do not know his name”

But when Devayani asked her son Puru about his father, the truth came out.  He said that he is King Yayati’s son.  When Devyani came to know about the relationship of her husband Yayati and Sharmishtha behind her back , she felt shocked and betrayed

“You have broken a promise “ distraught Devayani told her husband King Yayati.   

Devyani went away to her father's house in tears .  Her father Shukracharya was terribly upset.

Yayati had gone against his express command and  had married Sharmishtha.

Shukracharya cursed Yayati that old age would set upon the king, although he was still in the prime of youth.
“Please do not curse me” begged Yayati. “ I am married to your daughter. I wish to live with her as her husband. Do you wish your son-in-law to be an old servant?”

“ My curse cannot be lifted ”, replied Shukracharya. “But I will try and mitigate the effects. I grant you the power that you can pass on this old age to whomsoever you wish”.

 It was this old age that his son Puru accepted.

King Yayati of Bharata race who was great ancestor of Pandavas of Mahabharat fame.  

Yayati got two sons from Devyani –
1. Yadu and
2. Turvasu.

Yayati got three sons from Sharmishtha –
1. Druhyu
2. Anu and
3. Puru.

The descendants of Yadu are called Yadavvanshi in which was born Lord Krishna .

Yayati had conquered the region of Sapta Sindhu.  His five sons Yadu, Druhyu, Puru, Anu and Turvashu correspond to the main tribes of the Rigveda of 5000 BC.

The descendants of Puru included the famous Kauravas and Pandavas of Mahabharata.  The Puru clan called Pauravas is mentioned in the Rigveda. RV 7.96.2 , and they flourished at the banks of the Sarasvati River.

The Druhyus , king Yayati’s lienage from his wife Shamristha are mentioned in the Rigveda. They lived in the  Saraswati river region and migrated North when the river dried up (became non-perennial ) in 4000 BC due to tetonic shift at the mouth of the river in the Himalayas.. They built the English Stonehenge and were called Druids.


Yayati was relieved at the reprieve he was given and confident that his sons would willingly exchange their youth with him.  Yayati went back to his kingdom.  Yayati requested all his five sons one by one to give their youth to him to enjoy worldly happiness.  

All the sons except Puru rejected his demand.  So Yayati took the youth of Puru .  Later after enjoying himself , Yayati accepted his old age and returned Puru’s youth. He blessed Puru for his devotion and obedience . He announced to the world that Puru was his only true son.  

Puru inherited the kingdom after Yayati.  His descendants were known as the Pauravas.  King Porus who fought with Alexander the great was a Paurava.

Zoroaster was an Indian ( 600 AD ) who made a religion of his own.  Like Buddha before him in 1900 BC. Just like Buddha he mirrored Hindusim.  

This is what happens when a faction breaks away.  Buddha converted the right handed Swastika of the Hindus , into a left handed Swastika for his breakaway religion.

The Hindu king mantra of OM, was converted by Judasim to SHALOM, the Christianity to AMEN, and by Islam to 786 ( show OM symbol into the mirror and you get 786 )


The American English speaking white man , mirrored whatever the British of the homeland did.  If his forefather in Britain did something with his left hand, he would do it with his right hand.


In this case Zoroaster converted Hindu gods to his new religion’s demons and the Hindu demons into his gods.

First of all the Persians cannot say S—they say H.

Like how Japs cannt say L, they say R.

Like how Chinese cannot say R, they say L.

So aSura , the demon of Hinduism became Zoroaster’s aHura , the god.  

The God of Zoroaster’s religion in his holy book Zend Avesta is called aHura mazda.   

Ahura means God and Mazda means  masth ( great ) . There is no Z alphabet in Sanskrit ( or Malayalam ) and hence he chose Z  for S.

 Zoroastrianism was born as a revolt against the Vedic Hindu religious setup in India.  Zoroaster was born in India, with a good knowledge of Sanskrit, and NOT Persia or Mesopotamia.

The Hindu gods or DEVAS are considered evil people in Zend Avesta.  The evil Devas are lead by the evil Abhriman ( brahmAn , the supreme in advaita Hinduism ).

In later literature of Zend Avesta ,the good gods are called  Yazats. ( Rakshas of Hinduism ) .

Every Hindu god has his female counterpart of consort .  Zoroaster did NOT allow this.
The Zend Avesta is the neat disclosure of a missing and forgotten part of the Vedas.  Here is a sloka in both Vedas and Zend Avesta where not a single syllable is different. This was an oversight by Rothschild’s French agent Duperron who was told to sanitize Zend Avesta of all Sanskrit and Hindu connections. 

Divide and Rule at its very best best.

yadi antareekshe yadi vaate aasa yadi vriksheshu yadi bolapashu
yad ashravan pashava ud-yamaanam tad braahmanam punar asmaan upaitu

Atharva Veda 7:66;  Zend Avesta Prishni, Chapter 8, Gatha 12

Translation: O Lord! Whether you be in the sky or in the wind, in the forest or in the waves. No matter where you are, come to us once. All living beings restlessly await the sound of your footsteps.

And why not?

The Parsis behaved in such a way during the British rule , as if they had NOTHING to do with ancient India.
The community became very prosperous, and were the friends of the white Christian invader .  

64 Parsis were knighted by a grateful British invader before Independence.  Sir Dadabhai Naoroji, the first Asian to occupy a seat in the British Parliament.   Dadabhai Naoroji was a mentor to both Gopal Krishna Gokhale and Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.

If you wanna know who these two Indian stooges are – punch into Google search-


The Parsis were persecuted by the Shia Muslims in Iran in the 8th cenrury AD. These beleaguered people sought refuge in India.  It was the case of an alienated brother coming back home. Never mind that very soon most of them would be ungrateful and  would be allies of the British invaders . 

In 2004 a DNA study was done. The Parsi mitochondrial DNA (matrilineal) was compared with that of the Iranians and Gujaratis . It was clear that the Parsis are genetically closer to Gujaratis than to Iranians.

When the Zoroastrians requested asylum,  the king Jadi Rana of Kathiawad-Saurashtra in Gujarat motioned to a vessel of milk filled to the very brim to signify that his kingdom was already full and could not accept refugees.

In response, one of the Zoroastrian priests added a pinch of sugar to the milk, thus indicating that they would not bring the vessel to overflowing and indeed make the lives of the citizens sweeter.

The Indian king asked them to explain their religious beliefs and customs, which they did.  The Rajput King Jadi Rana's enquiry into Zoroastrian beliefs and customs is said to have been satisfied by the recitation of fifteen Sanskrit verses (Shloka) that summarized the most important tenets of Zoroastrianism. These fifteen verses, together with another verse that is believed to have been the king's response to them, are collectively known to the Parsis as the "Sixteen Shloka".

The immigrants were granted permission to stay by the Hindu King Jadi Rana on the condition that they adopt the local language (Gujarati), that their women adopt local dress (the sari) and that they henceforth cease to bear arms .

The refugees accepted the conditions and founded the settlement of Sanjan, which is said to have been named after the city of their origin (Sanjan, near Merv, in present-day Turkmenistan).

This first group was followed by a second group, also from Greater Khorasan, within five years of the first, and this time having religious implements with them (the alat).

These Zoroastrians would request and receive permission from the king to establish a Fire Temple there. That fire, which would be moved to Udvada in the 18th century, is today considered to be the most important of its kind on the Indian subcontinent.

Jadi Rana's enquiry into Zoroastrian beliefs and customs is said to have been satisfied by the recitation of fifteen Sanskrit verses (Shloka) that summarized the most important tenets of Zoroastrianism. These fifteen verses, together with another verse that is believed to have been the king's response to them, are collectively known to the Parsis as the "Sixteen Shloka".

The  KISSE-I-SANJAN compiled several centuries after the arrival of the Parsis in India , from the oral heritage of various groups of Zarathushtis who arrived and received shelter in India is the only surviving record of this.


Zoroastrians do NOT worship fire, as some people believe.  They use Fire as a symbol, or an icon, the focus of their worship.

To mirror from Hindusim, Zoroaster said that cremation causes the fire to become impure ( apparently he does NOT know even a bit of science ).  

Fact:  Unlike water or air or earth , fire can NEVER become impure. You can light off a burning corpse and have a nice barbecue.  The fire tongue still reaches upwards.

So his people had to be kept on high towers called “Tower of Silence “( dakhmas ) , where vultures would eat of the flesh and sun would dry the bones, before it is put down to earth .

A Parsi 3rd Officer who sailed with me managed to hide in the tower of silence of Mumbai at Malabar hill with two of his friends equipped with torches . At night they went up the tower to check out the dead bodies. 

What he told me I will NOT mention here. It gave me the shivers. He himself could NOT sleep for days together.

Dead bodies are arranged on the towers in three concentric circles. Men were placed in the outer circle, women in the middle and children in the inner-most ring. Vultures of Mumbai ate the flesh.The bones finally went into the sea by a watery tunnel.

Fifteen years before almost all the vultures disappeared from Mumbai’s skies, as they ate the dead bodies of cows injected with antibiotic Diclofenac . So nowadays many Parsis prefer to be cremated,  a practice Parsi priests believe is an abomination, as this is the basic pillar of their religion , that fire should NOT become impure ( sic!)..

There are a couple of skyscrapers where non-Parsis could watch the grisly scenes using telescopes –bodies lying like that for months together. When the wind blew the wrong way the stench was overpowering .  And hence air purifiers were installed to minimize the smell- only for moral support-- it did NOT do the job..

With hardly any vultures eating , the Parsi community in all their wisdom set up mirrors around the Towers of Silence to create something akin to solar ovens to accelerate decomposition. But the mirrors are ineffective during monsoon months.And the heat of the mirrors drove away even the eagles and the crows.

If you go on Google earth you can see the three Dakhmas within a 55 acre forested area of Malabar Hill in South Mumbai, India .

British East India Company owner German Jew Rothschild’s, French Jewish agent Abraham Hyacinthe Anquetil-Duperron was fluent in Sanskrit , Persian and Hebrew.

He stayed in India for seven years (1755–1761), where Parsi priests translated the Avesta for him .  He edited a French translation of that Persian translation in 1771, the first printed publication of Zoroastrian texts.  

He came to India on one of Rothschild’s ships and he was seated on the captain's table.

Abraham Hyacinthe Anquetil-Duperron landed, on 10 August 1755 at Pondicherry.  Here he remained a for a short time to brush up his Persian, and then hastened to Chandernagore to brush up his Sanskrit.

He went back and arrived in Paris on 14 March 1762 in possession of 180 oriental manuscripts, besides many other ancient Vedic books.

In 1771 he published his Zend Avesta (3 vols.), containing collections from the sacred writings of the Zoroastrians, a life of Zarathustra (Zoroaster), and fragments of works ascribed to Zoroaster.   He did his job of shearing off every Vedic and Sanskrit connection to this book, to delete all connections of Avesta with the Vedas.

In 1778 he also published a Latin translation of the Upanishads . In 1802 he published a Latin translation (2 vols.) from the Persian of the Oupnek'hat ( Upanishada).

Arthur Schopenhauer, one of many interested readers of this special version of fifty Upanishads, encountered this book in the spring of 1814 and repeatedly called it not only his favorite book but the work of the entire world literature that is most worthy of being read.

Many verses of Avesta slipped past Abraham Hyacinthe Anquetil-Duperron’s beady eye.

Veda: majadaah sakritva smarishthah [Only that supreme being is worthy of worship.]
Zend: madaatta sakhaare marharinto (Gatha 17:4 Yashna 29) [Only Ahura Mazda is worthy of worship.]


mahaantaa mitraa varunaa samraajaa devaav asuraaha sakhe
sakhaayaam ajaro jarimne agne martyaan amartyas tvam nah
Rigveda: 10:87:21

(Translation: O Supreme Being, you are fire, you are the sun, you are water. You have appeared to us as Father, as our ruler, as our friend and as our teacher. O Great Father, you are beyond aging but we are not. You are beyond death but we are not. In spite of that you have given us the great fortune to call you our friend.)

mahaantaa mitraa varunaa devaav ahuraaha sakhe ya fedroi vidaat
patyaye caa vaastrevyo at caa khatratave ashaauno ashavavyo
( Gatha 17:4 Yashna 53:4)

(Translation: O Ahura Mazda, you appear as the father, the ruler, the friend, the worker and as knowledge. It is your immense mercy that has given a mortal the fortune to stay at your feet.)

From Atharva Veda: kasmai devaaya vidhema.
From Zend Avesta: kamhai devaaya vidhema.

Both mean “to which God should I sacrifice?”

There is NO point in going on and on.

There is a lot of Atharva Veda of 5000 BC, in Zend Avesta.
(a) vishva duraksho jinavati [Zend: vispa drakshu janaiti]
(b) vishva duraksho nashyati [Zend: vispa drakshu naashaiti]
(c) yadaa shrinoti etaam vaacaam [Zend: yathaa hanoti aisham vaacam]

Zend Avesta shares this with Hindu texts as the four divisions in Zoroastrianism.
These are:
(a) atharva, the priest
(b) ratheshtan, the warrior (notice the inclusion of rath here, which means ‘chariot’ in Sanskrit)
(c) vastriyoksiya, the agricultural labourer and lastly
(d) huits, the labour.

Is this division any different from the Hindu division into brahmins (priestly cast), kshatriyas (warriors), vaishyas ( skilled labour) and shudras ( unskilled labour).  In the Hindu Vedic system nobody is  born into any caste , but by merit later on in life as an adult..

Let me list a few common words in Vedas and Avesta.
pitara (father),  maatara (mother),  duhitara (daughter),  pashu (animal),  go (cow),  makshi, (housefly) sharada, (spring season) vaata, abhra (mica), vaidya (physician), ritwija,  namaste,  manas (mind) , yama (God of death),  varuna (God of clouds and water), aryaman,  armati,  ratha (chariot),  rathastha (placed in or sitting in a chariot), gandharva,  prashna (question),  atharvana,  gatha,  indra,  deva (God),  jana, vajra,  aja,  jaanu …. Etc.  In every case, the meaning is shared by the two languages.

In both the the Atharva Veda and Zend Avesta, the philosophical, spiritual and religious statements are not just strikingly similar, they are exactly the same.

The missinh Atharva Veda chapters have landed up in Zend Avetsa in another language, Persian.

(a) Words where ‘s’ in Sanskrit has changed to ‘h’ in Zend:
asura — ahura
soma — homa
sapta — hapta
maasa — maaha
senaa — henaa
[i am] asmi — ahmi
[they are] santi — hanti
vivaswata — vivahnata

(b) Words where ‘h’ in Sanskrit has changed to ‘j’ or ‘z’ in Zend:
hridaya — jardaya
hasta — janta
varaaha — varaaja
hotaa — jotaa
aahuti — aajuti
him — jim
hve — zve
vaahu — vaaju
ahi — aji

(c) Words where ‘shva’ in Sanskrit got modified to ‘spa’ in Zend:

vishva — vispa
ashva — aspa
shvan — span
krishaashva — krishaaspa

(d) Words where “t” (the soft ‘t’) in Sanskrit got modified to ‘tha’ (soft ‘th’ like in ‘thank’) in Zend:
mitra — mithra
trita — tritha
traitaal mantra — thraitaan mantra

Zarathushtra Spitâma : Zarathushtrah –  pitâmah (grandfather)
Daênâ,” meaning “contemplation, : Dhyana (contemplation)
Daênâ Vanguhi : Dhyanavan Guhi (One who contemplates in the cave (of one’s heart?)
Gathas, (a pocket book of 17 songs or 241 stanzas) : Gatha (Story or account)
Humata, Hûkhta, Hvarshta : Sumata (acceptance of good), 
Sûkhta (that which is well said), Svastha (The good state)
Ahura Mazda : Asura (Mighty) Mazda
spenta mainyu () : panthah manyu (path that is esteemed)
Vohu Manah (good mind) : V0hu Manah (Mind)
Asha (Truth) : Asha (Hope)
Khshathra: Khshathra (weapon)
Âramaiti (serenity) :  Arama iti (peace, retreat, thus)
Ameretât : Amara tat(va) : immortality
Haurvatât : Saurava tat(va) : The Solar (or valourous) state

There is NO point in going on-

Sir William Jones, who founded the Asiatic society of Calcutta  is the creator of the comparative grammar of Sanskrit and Zend.  He wrote in 1775 AD --  'When I perused the Zend glossary, I was inexpressibly surprised to find that seven words in ten are pure Sanskrit, and even some of their inflexions formed by the rules of the Vyácaran 1, as yushmácam, the genitive plural of Yushmad. The language of the Zend was at least a dialect of the Sanskrit”.


Indian scriptures tell us that our civilization was made up of two types of beings -- Devas the gods and Asuras the demons -- born of the same parent.

 Devas, being virtuous, were the toast of all and were bestowed with most of the important and responsible posts of the world by God, while Asuras were deemed incapable and got the raw deal. The people of Kerala still worship their asura king Mahabali.

Asuras were miffed by this and were led away to a far off existence of their own, in defiance of the divine ordinance. They were collected in the south of India , the  west of Afghanisthan and to the north till Urals ,the south being the ocean.   Before once in a while, they waged huge wars with Devas to reclaim their motherland.

This description of the sequence of events tallies with the legends and scriptures of Mesopotamia. As per Mesopotamian legends, they were once the servants of Gods. They revolted against the Gods and Gods found them difficult to handle, which forced Gods to expel or let the Mesopotamians go to a far off existence. That is how Mesopotamians came into existence.

The current Avesta is a "prayer book" rather than a "Bible".  It consists of prayers and hymns in honour of the Supreme Deity, Ahura Mazda.

Zoroaster is the Persian name for the prophet. The Greek name for him is Zarathushtra.

The word Zend literally means "interpretation”.   Zend or jend comes from the Iranian jan, which, too, means “to know”.

 "Avesta" comes from "a" ("negation of") and "vid".  Veda comes from vid, which means “to know”.

The good is represented through Ahura Mazda, and the evil being Angra Mainyu (The Evil Destructive Spirit).  A hymn of the teachings are in the language Gathic Avestan, it is closely related to Vedic Sanskrit  It was written around approximately 600 BC; however the ritualistic practices that accompany it are from a much earlier period.  

Most Parsis know their religion because it is tied into their identity, and know almost nothing about the formal teachings.  

The main components of Zoroastrianism and the Parsi community is the concept of purity and pollution, initiation, daily prayers, temple worship, marriage, funerals, and general worship.

The fire temple at Baku with Shiva’s trishul on top, is still claimed by the Parsis.


The mount on which Zoroaster received divine revelation ala Moses, of Judaism was part of India in 600 BC.  He formed his new religion and called his God Asur Mazda, meaning God of Asurs (this later got morphed to Ahur Mazda) . He rejected the religion of Devas, and termed their god as evil spirit, whose worshippers would go to hell.

Shukracharya due to his great tapasya and siddhis was immortalized as the planet Shukra (Venus).  But due to his nature of jealousy, the planet has a feminine nature.  In Astrology, Shukra plays and important part in the field of arts, fine arts and entertainment.  

It is said that Shukra was born on the year Paarthiva on Sraavana Suddha Ashtami when Swathi Nakshatra is on the ascent.  That day was a the sixth day of the week (friday) and therefore in may Indian languages Friday is known as Shukravaar.  It is also a belief that Venus rules Friday and therefore most of the Indian movies are released on this day for his blessings. 

Shukracharya wrote the Neetishastra.

Excerpts just to show that he was NOT a dim-wit: ( Imagine all this is dated to antiquity –and this was the time when the white man did GRUNT GRUNT )

1)A king should never have lust for ‘other women’, should never have greed for ‘other’s wealth’, should never give punishment to his subject in anger because ‘Lust’, ‘Greed’ and ‘Anger’ are the causes for downfall.

2)If there is a fear of the food being poisoned, then it should be examined by the help of a monkey, cock etc. The mere sight of the poisoned food makes a swan (Hansa) to totter, the black bee begins to make a noise, the peacock begins to dance, the cock begins to ‘crow’, the Heron ( kraunch pakshi ) gets intoxicated, the monkey begins to pass ‘filth’ and urine, the mongoose ( babhru ) gets excited, the ‘starling’ ( saarika pakshi ) starts vomiting- These are the ways to examine the poisoned food. The king and his administrators must examine the food, whether it is poisoned or not, before consuming it.

3)One should accept the good qualities of even the enemy and should salute him, but on the other hand  if his teacher has bad qualities, he should reject him.

4)A man who is under the influence and control of women, who is a debtor, struck by extreme poverty, a demander without any quality and wealth- such a man is worse than a dead man, though being alive.

5)One should maintain secrecy of his age, wealth, demerits of his home, Hymn (mantra), copulation, medicine, charity, respect and disrespect i.e. he should never tell others of these nine things.

6)Karma is the cause for our sugati- happy conditions and durgati- miseries in this world. praarabda- providence, destiny is nothing else but our karmas (deeds, good and evil) of purvajanam (our previous birth regeneration).

7a)In this world, no one is a Brahmin (BRAHMA), KSHATRIYA (a warrior caste), VAISHYA (caste doing trading/business) and SHUDRA (low caste) by birth , but on the basis of quality (gunaa) and deeds and actions (karma) .

Brahmin (Brahmana) is created by having following qualities like gyaankanda (having yearning for the Holy Scriptures), karmakanda (knowledge of performing yagna ( homa ) and upaasana ( worship). He is also engrossed in worship of the deities, is gentle, has controlled his senses and is kind.

7b)One who cleverly protects his subjects, is brave, has control over his senses and whose nature is to punish the wrong doers is called a KSHATRIYA.

7c)One who is efficient in kraya (purchasing) and vikraya (selling) daily earns his livelihood by his business, one who does pashu paalana (animal husbandry and farming are called VAISHYA in this world.

7d)Those who are in the service of the dwija (BRAHMANA, KSHATRIYA AND VAISHYA, brave, gentle have control over their senses, carry plough ( hala ), kaashta (wood) and trina (grass) are called SHUDRA.

8)Those who abandon their own dharma ( religion) lack kindness, cause harm to others, possess excessive anger and are violent are called MLECCHA and they lack the power of reasoning ( viveka ).

9)As the destiny is, accordingly one gets friends (good or evil) All the actions of the world are based on bhagya- destiny and purushartha- labour, actions committed in the previous birth are destiny and actions committed in this life are called purushartha. Thus karmas have been differentiated in two ways whichever of the two ( bhagya and purushartha) is powerful forces the other to surrender. The strength cannot be identified merely by analyzing the results of the Karma or by any other means.

It would not have been possible to destroy the evils and evil doers if the destiny was unchangeable that is purushartha (labour) can change even the bhagya (destiny) If the destiny is unfavourable then the most virtuous of actions gives bad results just like the king Mahabali who was tied up even after being so charitable and Harishchandra had to serve a MLECHA, even after being a Truthful man.

10)Good actions give good results and evil actions give bad results, so one must accept good actions and reject evil actions as described in the scriptures.



Ramayana records that Shukracharya made Dandakaranya region barren after his beautiful daughter Araja was molested by King Danda. Shukracharya was the guru of Prahalada too.

The Puranas allude to a cosmic war between the Devas, led by Brihaspati of the Angirasa line of seers and the Asuras (Ahuras), led by Shukracharya ( Kava Ushana) of the Brighu line of seers.  As such the Asura-Daeva split was already in place by Zarathushtras’ time.

It is very easy to seek out the history of the Parsis . Wherever they existed there were “towers of silence” . Even when they moved away,nobody dared to destroy these gruesome places. Parsis had also settled down in Sind.  The Parsi Navroz is an important celebration for Kashmiri Pandits . 

Maharishi Kashayapa , the son of Marichi , had two wives.  His first wife Aditi bore the Deva ( gods ) lineage.  His second wife Diti bore the asura ( demons ) lineage. The Valley of Kashmir got its name from Kashyap Maharishi.

In Kashmir, even Muslim Shias are surprisingly known to be observing this feast.  No wonder Shukrawar (Friday ) is a holiday for the Muslims.

The Avesta is the primary collection of sacred texts of Zoroastrianism, and is composed in the Avestan language.  Avesta also means "to know" and thus is a teaching about the secret. 

Ahura Mazda means “all knowing god”. Ahura is all light, truth, goodness, and knowledge; 

Angra Mainyu is all darkness, falsehood, wickedness, and ignorance. Ahura dwells in the infinite light; Angra Mainyu dwells in the infinite night. Whatever the good Spirit makes, the evil Spirit mars. 

In the Veda Yama, the son of Vivasvat, is the king of the dead.  His Avesta counterpart is Yima, the son of Vivanghat, is the first king.

Zarathushtra has been known in the West as Zoroaster, from the Greek transliteration of his name; in Persia and India he is known as Zarthosht.  His father's name was Pourushapa and his mother's name Dughdova bear striking resemblance with the Sanskrit words having the same meaning.  This a combination of the two words Pourushapa or Purusha in Sanskrit which means man and Aspa, which becomes Ashva in Sanskrit which means a horse. The term Dughda in Duagdova means milk in Sanskrit and Avestan.

A large section of Parsis are vegetarian and during weddings/navjyots, there is always a "parsi vegetarian" menu.  

In the Mahabharat, Karna is depicted as taking the Asura vows during battle, which includes (1) not allowing anyone to wash his feet (2) not to touch meat. This shows that Asuras were in fact vegetarians.  

The word Asura occurs 88 times in the Rig Veda of 5000 BC. Agni has total of 12 Asura descriptions, Varuna has 10, Mitra 8, and Rudra 6.  The Bhagawat Gita , chapter 16 uses the term asuric to describe egoistic.

There are strong linguistic and cultural similarities between the texts of the Avesta and those of the Rigveda . The hallucinogenic Soma of Rig Veda is nothing but the Haoma in Zend Avesta. 

The Vedic Yatus are found unaltered in the Avesta. The Yatu in the Vedas is the demon taking any form he pleases, the fiend as a wizard: so he is in the Avesta also, where the name is likewise extended to the Yatu, the sorcerer.  With the Yatus are often associated the Pairikas (Apasara ).

The term Parsi , coined by Frenchman Jew Anquetil-Duperron which means Persian,  is not attested in Indian Zoroastrian texts until the 17th century.  Until that time, such texts consistently use either Zarthoshti,  "Zoroastrian" or Vehdin, "of the good religion”.  However both the Puranas and the Mahabharata of 4000 BC, use the term Parasikas to refer to the peoples west of the Indus river.

The first part, or the Avesta properly so called, contains the Vendidad, the Visperad, and the Yasna. The Vendidad is a corruption of Vidaevadata, "against the demons".

The Vendidad is a compilation of religious laws and of mythical tales; the Visperad is a collection of litanies for the sacrifice; and the Yasna is composed of litanies of the same kind and of five hymns or Gathas written in a special dialect, older than the general language of the Avesta. The second part, generally known as the Khorda Avesta or 'Small Avesta,' is composed of short prayers which are recited not only by the priests, but by all the faithful, at certain moments of the day, month, or year, and in presence of the different elements; these prayers are the five Gah, the thirty formulas of the Sirozah, the three Afrigan, and the six Nyayis. 

The prophet Zarathushtra, son of Pourushaspa, is known to us primarily from the Gathas, seventeen great hymns which he composed and which have been faithfully preserved by his community. These are not works of instruction, but inspired, passionate utterances, many of them addressed directly to God. The language of these hymns resembles that of the Indian Rigveda.

An example: I shall recognize Thee as strong and holy, Ahuramazda, when Thou wilt help me by the hand with which Thou holdest the recompenses that Thou wilt give, through the heat of Thy truth-strong fire, to the wicked man and the just - and when the might of Good Purpose shall come to me. Then as holy I have recognized Thee, Ahuramazda, when I saw Thee as First at the birth of life, when Thou didst appoint rewards for acts and words, bad for the bad, a good recompense for the good by Thy innate virtue, at the final turning point of the creation [i.e., the Last Judgment]. [Yasna 43.4-5]

The Gathas’  were recited by the Zoroastrians in their daily liturgy.

What remains of the Avesta today, is about a quarter of the Great Avesta of the sixth century. The religion propagated by Zarathustra in ancient Iran was a branch of Vedic knowledge. Only the language differs: Iranian (sometimes called Avestan or Old Iranian) instead of Sanskrit. . In other words, ancient Iranians were from ancient India. No wonder Iranians love to call themselves Aryas and they named they National Shippping Company ARYA LINES ( the present day IRISL )

Zend Avesta is divided into three parts: (a) yashna, (b) vendidad and (c) yashta. Yashna is a colloquial distortion of yagna. The rituals involving fires and invocations of Gods in the Zend Avesta bear uncanny resemblance to the vedic yagna. Moreover, yashna is also called gatha, and the exact same word is used in Sanskrit for the vedic prayers.

The very word Iran is only a spacio-temporal distortion of the word Aryan.

As proof of this statement, I would like to present the following sloka from ManuSamhita:
shanakaistu kriyaalopaadimaah kshatriyajaatayoh
vrishalatvam gataaloke braahmanaadarshanena ca
poundrkaashcodradaavidaah kambojaah yanaashokaah
paaradaa pahlavaarshceenaah kiraataah daradaakhashaah

(Translation: The ancient name of Persia (Paarasya in Sanskrit) was Paarada. On breaking down of the family and other social structures, a section of kshatriyas came to be called as shudra at first and yavana later. The inhabitants of Persia belong to that group.)

Max Müller, too, in his Lectures on the Sanskrit Language infers, albeit without any proof, “The Zoroastrians were a colony from Northern India.”  Iran, as we all know, is yet another ancient name for Persia. The Iranians sometimes pronounce it as “Airan”, as mentioned in Ferdowsi’s Shahname.  

The Vedic Vayupurana mention Chandravanshi king  Pururavaa and his Queen Ira. The same puranas also describes a battle waged among the Suryavanshi and Chandravanshi lienages. It was as a result of this war that part of the Chandravanshi clan had to immigrate to the modern Iran.

Zoroastrianism does not teach or believe in reincarnation or karma.  Zoroastrians believe that after life on earth, the human soul is judged by God as to whether it did more good or evil in its life.

The Parsis wear a Kusti (a holy thread around their waist) which corresponds to the “Hindu Yagnopavit”  poonoolu worn around the shoulder and the waist.

The Parsis use coconuts and rice during their Navjyot and wedding ceremonies like the Hindus. The Parsi ritual invocation of the Fire is called Yasna (Jashn) which corresponds to the Hindu ritual of Yagna

The principles of Zoroaster-
1)Worship Ahura-mazda
2)Magnify the archangels ( auras )
3)Damn the demons ( devas )
4)Marry you nearest relative.

His principle No 4, was his undoing, in his haste to mirror Hinduism, where we have strict Y Chromosome rules. ( Gotra rules ).


After the conversion of King Vishtaspa, Zoroaster remained at the court of the king.  Other officials were converted,  and a daughter of Zoroaster married the king. Zoroaster lived for 77 years, and he died in 551 BC.

Zoroaster’s birthday is celebrated on March 21, as part of the Persian New Year Festival.  With his wife, Huvovi, Zoroaster had three sons, Isat Vastar, Uruvat-Nara and Hvare Cira and three daughters, Freni, Pourucista and Triti.  His wife, children and a cousin named Maidhyoimangha, were his first converts after he decided to mirror Hinduism and create his own religion , like another Indian Buddha in 1900 BC --at age 30.

On the rock inscription of Elvend, which had been made by the order of king Darius, we read these lines :
There is one God, omnipotent Ahura Mazda,
It is He who has created the earth here;
It is He who has created the heaven there;
It is He who has created mortal man.

Avestan language is a mere dialect of Sanskrit,..

In the Vendidad, Hapta-Hindu (Sapta-Sindhu) is one of the 16 lands abandoned by ancient Iranians because of excessive heat.

In the section of Zend Avesta titled Vendidad, Ahura Mazda tells Zarathustra of the sixteen perfect lands, and the penultimate in that list is hapta-hindu ( sapta-sindhu )— 

--like how Sunil Seth becomes Hunil Heth TEEE HEEEEEE !!!

Digression: 38 years back, I had a friend by the name of Sunil Seth.  When I wanted to piss him off , I would shout Hunil Heth , and he was sure to go into a deep sulk.

Grace and peace!



  1. Hello Ajit Sir, I wanted to spend some time (a few months maybe) at an ashram. But not one of those commercial places. . thought if you could suggest a few places. .

    1. hi j,

      to be frank, i have never visited any ashram so far.

      there are many ashrams runs by-
      swami ramdev
      sri sri ravishnkar
      sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev
      mata amritanandmayi
      swami Yogeshwaranand Paramahans
      swami Dayananda Saraswati
      Osho GangaDham ashram

      plus many more in the himalayas.

      capt ajit vadakayil

  2. Sir, I am big fan of yours and I am from Kullu Himachal. I want you to put some light on the places like Manikaran, Manali (named after Maharishi Manu) Parashar lake and so many places. It will be highly enlightened as people visit Himachal only as a tourist spot, not as a spiritual place.

    1. hi ms,

      Maharishi Parashara was the great-grandfather of both the warring parties of the Mahābhārata, the Kauravas and the Pāndavas .

      Parasara ( the grandson of Maharishi Vasishtha ) while travelling by the river Ganges and stayed one night at the place of a fisherman chieftain named Dasharaja.

      Satyavati was his young daughter (legend has it that she was found in the belly of a fish and thus carried smell of the fish in her body).

      She was asked to ferry the boat and thus was asked to help the sage cross the river Ganga. While she was rowing the boat the sage asked from where the terrible fish odour was coming from. Satyavathi confessed that it was indeed coming from her body.

      So he promptly gave her the title of Matsyagandhi ( smelling like fish ) . When she looked distraught, he then took pity on her and with his yogic powers, gave her a boon that a beautiful perfume would emanate from her body and would spread far and wide. Thus Matsyagandhi became Yojanagandhi. A yojana is traditionally equal to 8 miles (12.8 km). Later he married her and she gave birth to sage vyasa.

      Many of the compositions of Rigveda are in sage Parashara’s name.


      capt ajit vadakayil

  3. Hello Captain.
    I have read somewhere that Muslims are actually the ASURAS who were the followers of Shukracharya.


    1. Their holy day for worship is Shukravar (Friday), which is a dedicated day for Sukracharya, who is considered to be master of Shukra (Venus) planet.

    2. Shukracharya worshipped only one god “Lord Shiva”. He made it sure that every Muslim worships Shivalinga and circumambulate (Pradakshina) it 7 times, like Hindus do, when they go to Mecca for Haj.Follow the link for more information about Shivalinga or black stone in Kabba.

    3. During the Hajj, Muslims follow exactly Hindu rituals of worshipping lord Shiva. They shave their heads. Male pilgrims are required to dress only a garment consisting of two sheets of white cloth (Dhoti), with the top draped over the torso and the bottom secured by a white sash, walks counter-clockwise (Pradakshina) seven times about the Kabba, the cube-shaped building, kisses the Black stone (Shiva lingam) in the corner of the Kabba, drinks from the Zamzam well (Ganga river).

    etc etc.

    1. hi rm,

      punch into google search-




      mohammed uprooted the shiva lingam and put it horizontally , 5 feet above the ground at the SE corner of kaaba. no worshipper of shiva would do this.

      capt ajit vadakayil

  4. Namaskar Guruji..

    I am a Yadav & thank you for letting us know from where it originated as till today i knew the lineage started from Shri Krishna.

    But a small doubt , in your post of Alexander & Porus you have declared him a Yaduvanshi King but in today's article you have told that he was a Paurav.Where as Yadu was the son of Devyani & Puru of Sharmistha.
    Please clarify .


    1. hi p,

      i have mentioned -


      Yayati got two sons from Devyani –
      1. Yadu and
      2. Turvasu.

      The descendants of Yadu are called Yadavvanshi in which was born Lord Krishna .


      in alexander porus post-- porus is ruler of paurava kingdom of puru dynasty.

      noted the typo--thanks.

      capt ajit vadaayl

  5. HI capt

    The word Zend literally means "interpretation”. Zend or jend comes from the Iranian jan, which, too, means “to know”.

    and i would like to add jan probably comes from jyan=gyan

    1. hi hari,

      yes in sanskrit and malayalam is JNAN ( knowledge ).

      we have a separate alphabet JN , unlike hindi

      capt ajit vadakayil


    did you see this article about your hometown?
    What do you think?

    1. hi aaina,

      i do NOT agree with this article.

      in kerala when it rains--it pours.

      folding the mundu is one way to prevent the cloth below the knees wet.

      when i go for a wedding function- i proudly wear the mundu, this is my culture and i am proud of it.

      when foreigners roamaround calicut in shorts and bermudas i guess that girl ( who i am sure is fat and ugly ) must be ogling.

      capt ajit vadakayil

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  8. My question is nowhere related to the above blog, but was curious to know what's going to happen in 2014 Lok sabha elections?
    What are your views on the current Modi vs Advani issue? Why the hell Advani backing off now that the whole India wants NaMo as the PM candidate.

    1. hi p,

      advani would have been judged by history as one of the most respected parliamentarians. he has just spoilt it.

      atal bihari vajpayee will be remembered by history as one of the most respected politicians , cutting across part lines.

      the educated youth of india want modi as PM.

      i visited china first in 1986, when she opened her bamboo doors to the world . china had NOTHING those days.

      today we all know where china is.

      it just takes 20 years for india to overtake both USA and china , provided we have a DESH BHAKT leader like modi.

      in a democracy differences will be there.

      we doNOT want a democracy in india where a italian waitress with 100% foreign DNA micromanages everything. she decides, she chooses, she issues party whips on how to vote in parliament-- is this democracy?

      let any congress leader like diggy vijay, come on TV and declare that he wants to contest against rahul gandhi as next PM-- if he has the guts .

      he will be SNUFFED OUT by the same desh drohi foreign forces who have planted our current leaders.

      modi has caught the imagination of the educated youth.

      the queen bee is trying to bulldoze the (destructive for economy )food security bill, to grab votes in 2104.

      capt ajit vadakayil

  9. Hi Capt,

    Many of my friends & myself ofcourse think that Modi is the answer to most of India's problems, now that Advani has played his trump card by resigning (except NDA Chairmanship, I personally feel there might be a situation like Karnataka for 2014 elections, Congress has already started laughing and I truly feel ashamed that a person like Advani can go down to this extent. But also there is a light at the end of the tunnel, a ray of hope which reminds of one of the dialogues from a movie Guru "Jab log aapke khilaf bolne lage, samjo tarakki kar rahe ho" which definitely suits to none other than NAMO.

  10. Pranam Guruji,
    & Hello Chirag,

    Congress is not laughing. You should have seen the faces of congress leaders while giving bites to news channels on sunday when Modi's promotion was declared. they are really frightened now .

    Good news is neither BJP nor RSS wants to roll back their decsion on Modi. Moreover, BJP has also decided to move on with or without Advani. Feels good that indiduality is not much in BJP. But also a little sad for advani as he is very old & definately he will be feeling very insulted.
    But Mother India is above all individuals.

    Jai Hind , Jai Bharat.


  11. Hello Sirji,

    I am fond of all your blogs and would like to know how can manage to have all this information. It is immense information and it is just justified with all the evidences. Hats off to all your dedication and research. Let us know if you have some source which we can also refer for some other information and spread the source to everyone.

    1. hi as,

      the painting is mine.

      i have NOT invented the canvas, the colours, the paint brush or the scenery.

      i do NOT own a time machine where i can travel back in time. nor do i have a remote viewing machine.

      my 5 senses serve me just like yours.

      however i do have PERCEPTION, WHERE I CAN THINK LATERALLY AND CONNECT THE DOTS better than most.

      depending on the place and the texture of the rat sh#t, i can predict what type of rat came, will come and at what approx what time.

      capt ajit vadakayil

  12. LOL Mr Advani is back on board, now what do you have to say Capt?

  13. Dear Captain:

    Can you please comment on the reported stockpiling of tons of gold by China and its possible impact on global economy in terms of standard currency for trading? Its being blogged that China wants to project Yuan as a replacement of the USD for global trade. If that scenario turns out true what will be future of the USD?
    I read it here..


    1. hi rk,

      BRICS want to replace NATO as the dominant economic and military power on the planet.

      The BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) met for a summit in South Africa in March 2013 and declared that they would establish a BRICS development bank that would rival the Rothschild run World Bank/IMF.

      They also signed a trade and currency deal in which the BRICS will conduct trade amongst themselves in their own respective currencies, altogether bypassing use of the U.S. dollar.

      The writing is on the wall for everyone to see.

      Maybe be in another 4 years, BRICS countries led by China will assert its economic power by rolling out gold-backed currency that will be used to replace the dollar as the global trade reserve currency.

      The new gold-backed currency will also involve a significant upward revaluation of the price of gold. And that will be a game-changer for everyone, especially for those have gold in their possession .

      China owns more than a trillion dollars of US debt and is the second largest economy on the planet, and uses the US dollar in international trade the most. No government in the world ever pays its debts. The governments just keep passing the buck .

      China's gold reserves at more than 7,000 tons of gold. In India our private reserves with families is more than 21000 tons. ( some say as much as 35000 tons ).

      The oft repeated brag of OUR WAY OF LIFE by arrogant yanks will soon be a thing of the past.

      capt ajit vadakayil

  14. Captain Saar
    could it be that behind 'mirroring' Hinduism there are sinister, occult motives?
    as in, the opposite of Good is Evil
    not cremating = harvesting souls & create an army of ghouls on the planet to serve evil purposes?

    So it happens that Parsees who were INC presidents until 1907 were rank & file freemasons.
    Looks like INC was formed by Viceroy Dufferin and A.O. Hume, as a safety net to contain the simmering anger of the Nation
    INC now brags as the party that fought for freedom . How convenient!

    - Kaverappa

    1. hi ,

      punch into google search-



      capt ajit vadakayil

  15. Good day capt,

    I also believe that caste system , basis birth, was introduced by whites to divide n rule, of course assisted by opportunists.

    Then how do we justify flwg discrimination in our epics which were done basis the birth of the person:

    1. Parashurama refusing to tutor Karna, as soon as he knew that Karna was a Kshatriya.

    2. Karna was not allowed to challenge Arjuna, because he was not a kshatriya as per Kripacharya.

    3. Rejection of Ekalavya by Dronacharya.


    1. hi s,

      punch into google search -

      go to the comments column and you will find my explanation about ekalavya.

      things must always be seen in context and totality.

      imagine that you own a hospital. there is a surgeon you employed who does very well. one day you find that this man has a forged certificate and he secured a job in your hospital by lying -- actually he was a floor cleaner in a govt hospital .

      you may continue employing him.

      but there are many ( like me ) who will sack him on the spot.

      on my last ship we had a problem in the engine room which could have been easily prevented.

      the reason why it could NOT be prevented was because the certified engineer trained his rating to read temperatures , pressures etc and enter it in the log book. and the engineer signed the log blindly.

      so when a cardiac patient goes to the hospital, he will allow the nurse to put a stethoscope on his heart and recommend open heart surgery?

      while on this subject read about an incident when two trained doctors could NOT read my ECG properly-- and i bambooed them badly.

      punch into google search-

      our kerala hindu temples have lost their sanctity because the priests do NOT know how to chant mantras.

      the dewaswom boards in kerala are atheist communist and hindu hating christian govt controlled -- and for HUMAN RIGHTS they employ lower castes.

      capt ajit vadakayil

    India's Electronic Voting Machines ( EVM ) are vulnerable to fraud
    2G Scam and Electronic voting machine exposed by DR Subramanian Swamy

    what about this??if this ppl scamm us by hacking vote machine...

    1. hi dd,

      there is speculation that UPA won the last general elections by EVM remote hacking.

      all this technology is very simple.

      punch into google search-

      capt ajit vadakayil

    2. PPl should come outside and protest against goverment as ppl doing in turkey and brazil? when we will do that?shouldnt we should do this?first stepd protest against all media channels. and gov itself.even i have doubt on utarakhand flood it was gov who did..It was man made.

  17. Dear Sir,

    great to know about you. I have spend lot of time on you blog in reading articles.

    Iam from Hyderabad


  18. Sir,

    There is also strong possibility that Shukracharya is Allah of Muslims. They do exactly opposite of Vedic culture like circumambulating Kaaba 7 times anticlockwise. Even Shukra (Venus) is the only planet in the solar system which rotates clockwise along its axis. There the sun rises in the west and sets in the east.

    1. hi mk,

      punch into google search-

      even the jews have originally migrated from Kerala to palestine.

      capt ajit vadakayil

  19. do u know anything about SHRINGI RISHI he was a great rishi still there is no info about him on google do u know anything about him !

    1. hi ms,

      There is an ashram of Shringi Rishi situated at Ayodhya on the banks of Sarayu river near Laxman Ghat.

      A temple of Shringi Rishi, is also located at Banjar in Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, in whose honour a fair is held every year in May.

      Shringi Rishi performed the Putrakameshti Yagya for King Dashrath of Ayodhya, after that Lord Rama and his three brothers were born.

      Emperor Dashrath’s only Sister, Princess Shanta fell in love with young sage Shringi.

      Emperor Dashrath married her off to him at the end of the yagna.

      Of course the waitress will say that ayodhya is a myth.

      capt ajit vadakayil

  20. Naveen
    April 26, 2014 at 9:38 PM
    Dear Captain,
    No offense intended to Dronacharya or Karna, but why was Karna not allowed to fight with Arjuna ? Is it because of him being a charioteer's son as story goes or is it for a more subtler reason like Drona teaching a lesson to Karna for being arrogant ?


    Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
    April 26, 2014 at 10:00 PM
    hi n,


    if ravana had won the war against ram , we would be shooting flaming arrows on the wrong effigy during dusshera.

    if kauravas had won the war, we all would be singing the praises of kauravas and running down the pandavas.




    we in kerala do NOT celebrate diwali-- the victory of gods over the asuras. we are the only indian hindus who do NOT celebrate diwali.

    we in india are known by our festivals which have carried on for thousands of years.

    punch into google search-


    and there are people on this planaet who consider ASURAS and gods and DEVAS as villains.

    punch into google search-

    shukracharya was the political advisor of asura king mahabali of kerala.

    shukracharya's BITTER RIVAL brihaspati is a god for the white man .

    punch into google search-


    well , well ! what do they know !!

    capt ajit vadakayil

    1. very very useful information sir ,one question
      who are kayasth?

  21. great literature u searched sir, very use full for all hindus.
    i want to ask one question , who r kayastha and what the role of them in development of india from their origin . can u put some light on that.

  22. shabnam frei
    July 7, 2014 at 1:50 PM
    Dear Sir,
    Learnt a lot.Thank you.
    But I still don't understand the "purpose" of Lord Vishnu with this particular Avatar.
    Why would any one & specially our revered Lord Vishnu do such a terrible thing to the indeginous Kerala dwellers ?

    Apparently Varun Dev did something similar. He took by sea, the exiled people who preferred to live in opposition to the vedic principals & helped them resettle in various countries in the west.
    Please kindly enlighten.


    Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
    July 7, 2014 at 9:08 PM
    hi sf,

    punch into google search-


    when vishnu avatar killed king mahabali of kerala , maharishi shukracharya was his political advisor.



    devas took brihaspati as their mentor -- though shukracharya was far better -- so he rebelled and became mentor for the asuras .


    capt ajit vadakayil