Weekly News Letter from IISH

published on September 17, 2009

hursday Message – September 17,2009 (Serial Number 175) (by IISH Communication Team, published Wednesday, 16 September 2009 23:59)

THURSDAY MESSAGE, 17 TH SEPTEMBER 2009 (SERIES 175)

INDIAN LITERATURE:

Yajurveda has two major   recensions / branches   Sukla yajurveda ( which include Kaanwa samhita and   Maadhyandina samhita   each having 40 chapters   with minor variations only)   and Krishna yajurveda   having many recensions.   Sukla yajurveda has   only Veda mantra as   hymns in poetical style but in Krishna yajurveda both poem and prose   exist.    When all the recensions/ branches of yajurveda are put together, it is known as yajurveda vruksha   the total number will be   101   ( few say it is 108)   many of these   recensions are not available now / lost for ever.

 

Following are the quotations    from Vishnu Dharma Saastra written 2500 years ago which were the basic principles/ rules /laws   or this country.

Rules and violation   connected with contract jobs

154. If a contract work has not been completed within the specified time and   the contractor leaves, the contractor should give the loss to the owner and 155. 100 pana fine to the government.  156. If the   workers of the contractor   damages the property of the owner, the contactor / worker should give the equivalent amount    157.   If , due to ignorance or health problem, the damage or   loss occurred   for the owner the above rule is not applicable. 158.   If the   worker   is not given the work till the specified period, the   owner is expected to   give the salary for the   remaining period also.   159.    The owner should   remit   100 pana as fine too for not employing for the sufficient   period, after promising.   160. If the whole things happen due to the misbehavior or fault of the worker, none of the above rule is applicable.

Punishment for grabbing government land

168.   Those who   are grabbing the government property , or the property given by the king for charitable work, should be sentenced to deport from the country  169. Those who are violating the rules   connected with protecting the government property should also be given the same punishment.   170. If the national property or the public property are   damaged   the same punishment should be given   171.   If deposited or security materials are stolen, the cost of the materials/ the deposit with interest should be calculated as penalty  172.   Even if the rules connected with the deposits/ banking are not followed and the deposit is given based on the mutual trust, these rules are applicable.

173. If the boundary wall or the fences are   damaged, the fine with reconstruction cost should be levied from the    person.   174. Those give poisonous drinks, or spoiled food items   should also be treated as above. 175. Sales of any poisonous drinks, or foods,   and burglary of the houses or temples,   also call for the same penalty with higher   intensity.

Punishment for insulting government workers

176.   If the high positioned government employees or workers are ill treated   by the public severe punishment should be given. 177. If medium officers   were ill treated medium punishment should be given.   178. If carelessly behaves towards the government servants minor   punishment should be given. 179. If given as donation or sold , it is like sold for ever and one cannot  argue for getting them back and if by force grabbed back, it is a punishable crime by law.

SERIOUS INFORMATION

Let us do our level best to popularize   Sanaathana   dharma    through all popular means. Most painful experience is that Hindu dharma is   targeted   by other religion   for conversion using all the crooked   pathways.

WHAT I HEARD AND SAW

I saw in Australia    hundreds of people are working with full devotion and   dedication   for our dharma. But the unfortunate   observation is that   none to give the scientific message on our dharma.   Lack of jnaana sakti   is the limitations.

THIS WEEK MESSAGE

Let   each one of us with full devotion, dedication, love and affection MARKET our Sanaathana dharma   using all the modern techniques.

A LINE OF GUIDANCE

Let 90%   of the   Indians just try to know what the scientific    Hindu / Sanaathana   dharma is.   Let 7 % go deeper   and   let 3 % become thorough in learning and teaching Hindu dharma   with a scientific spirit.

PAINFUL HISTORY OF INDIA

Conversion is going on everywhere in the far east countries particularly focusing the Hindus   and the prime center of the conversions activity   is   THE KERALA CHRISTIANS ( they convert others   even by violating the rules of those countries)

SCIENTIFIC SUPERSTITION

Meditation is not merely sitting and breathing   . it is a level   which should be attained by a series and serious training.   Abhyaaasa vairaaghybhyaam thannirodha. Through detachment and continuous   training only one can reach the    level of meditation. Sa tu deergha kaala nairantharya satkaaraa seivitaa   dhrudda bhoomi   which is the   abhyaasa .

A LINE ON ACHARA

Chant a mantra   and listen   mantra for   ten mins   which will   take   your mind to a highly positive altitude

YOUR QUESTIONS AND MY ANSWERS

Why you talk and write     against the (former) Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S R Reddy ?   The only one chief minister in India   did ( as he expired I use the past tense)   everything to convert Andhra Pradesh to full Christian state bluntly in day light   violating all the    foundations of Indian culture and   secularism. I am   against his activities and not against him. He has Christianized the   whole Tirumala temple too.

INVITATIONS  : OCT 2ND IISH MEMBERS MEET AT NHC MAZHUVANCHERY POSTIVELY ATTEND  &  OCT  4TH AT 5.00 PM  PALAKKAD MUNCIPAL TOWN HALL JNNANA YOGA CLASS OF N.GOPALAKRISHNAN

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