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Although the human aura has long been considered a psychic phenomenon visible only to gifted sensitives, certain scientists have maintained that the aura is an objective reality and that such a radiation around human beings varies in different states of the individual's health and condition. Recent developments including Kirlian technique are being widely used for medical diagnosis.
This field of analysis is also being conducted under bio medical research in India as well one such instance is MIT Pune which actively organises such research.
Dr Hira Tapadia is a subject matter expert in this domain. He learnt this skill from Master Lobang of Tibet for about six years and has experience of over a decade in applying this skill in research and analysis. Dr Tapadia is first person in India to acquire ISO 9001 Certification for this Skill. He has conducted over seven lakhs analysis of aura and thousands of them were performed on well known saints, sages and celebrities. Dr Tapadia also performed aura analysis of Asaram Bapu. Dr Tapadia explains Asaram Bapu has unique aura which usually spans to three meters and is capable to stretch to over 50 to 60 feet when interacting with others. He further explains while others have capability to absorb others positive energy, Asaram Bapu has unique capability to absorb other’s negative energy and give positive energy from distance.
Human Body consists of seven chakras, Dr Tapadia explains so far he has never been able to find 100 per cent development of Sahasrar Chakra and Muladhar chakra in anyone’s aura, but Asaram Bapu has these chakras fully developed to 100 per cent.
Additional experiments have also been conducted on disciples to see the impact of meditation and chanting on energy around the human body. This demonstrates increase that positive energy of an individual during such mediation and that aura of an individual has an impact on the environment and people around them.
"वीर सावरकर की पीढ़ी में उनके समान प्रभावी, साहसी,ढ्रद,देशभक्त भारतवर्ष में पैदा नही हुआ है। सावरकर ने जो कष्ट सहे हैं,उसी के फलस्वरूप भारत ने स्वाधीनता प्राप्त की है। आदर्श सिधांतों को निभाने के लिए जी जान से प्रयत्न करने वालो में वीर सावरकर का स्थान बहुत ऊचा है। ------वे केवल हिन्दी देशभक्त hee नही,वरन समस्त विश्व के प्रेरणा श्रोत हैं। में तो मानव समाज के दर्शनकार के रूप में उन्हें देखता हूँ। भारतीय जनता का यह आध्य कर्तव्य है कि सम्पूर्ण स्वतंत्रता के जनक के रूप में उनका सत्कार करे."---ये शब्द इंग्लेंड के सुप्रसिद्ध विद्वान् व पत्रकार श्री गाय अल्द्रेड के हैं, जो सावरकर के समय में हेराल्ड,फ्री वूमेन एवं जस्टिस आदि पत्रों के सम्पादक, प्रकाशक व प्रतिनिधि थे.(गाय अल्द्रेड) २५ जून सन १९४४ को सिंगापुर में आजाद हिंद सरकार की स्थापना पर नेताजी सुभाष चंद्र बोश ने सिंगापुर रेडियो पर अपने संदेश में कहा कि,-------"जब भ्रमित राजनैतिक विचारों और अदूरदर्शिता के कारन कांग्रेस के लगभग सभी नेता अंग्रेजी सेना में भारतीय सिपाहियों को भाड़े का टट्टू कहकर बदनाम कर रहे थे,उस समय सबसे पहले वीर सावरकर ने निर्भीकता से भारतीय युवको को सेना में भरती होने का आह्वान किया.सावरकरजी कि प्रेरणा पर सेना में भरती युवक ही हमारी आई ० एन ० ऐ ० के सिपाही बने हैं.उन्होंने इस बात का भी रहस्योद्घाटन किया कि,आइ० एन० ए० को संघटित करने कि प्रेरणा भी उन्हें सावरकर जी से ही मिली थी। उन्होंने बताया कि,जब वे सावरकर जी से मिलने मुंबई गए तब सावरकर जी ने उन्हें यह राय दी थी कि अंग्रेजों कि जेल में सड़कर मरने कि बजाय यह अच्छा होगा कि वे देश से बाहर चले जायं और आई ० एन० ए० को संगठित करें। (नेता जी सुभाष चंद्र बोश) सरदार भगत सिंह ने रत्ना गिरी में जाकर सावरकर जी से आशीर्वाद लिया था.तथा सावरकर जी के लिखे ग्रन्थ को प्रकाशित कराया था। ऐसे क्रांतिकारियों के प्रेरणा श्रोत,महान दार्शनिक, हिंदुत्व विचारक, करोड़ो भारतियों के ह्रदय सम्राट वीर सावरकर की जयंती (28 may)पर कोटि-कोटि नमन .
Yet, once upon a time, caste was an arrangement for the distribution of functions in society, just as much as class in Europe, but the principle on which this distribution was based was unique and adapted to India’s social needs. It is true that the caste system degenerated and that it bred exploitation and abuses, which were often unforgivable. But look at today: it is the Brahmins who have become the Dalits of India. Brahmins are in minority in most of the UP villages, where Dalits constitute 60 to 65 per cent ; most of the intellectual Brahmin Tamil class has emigrated outside Tamil Nadu; the average income of Brahmins is less than that of non-Brahmins; a high percentage of Brahmin students drop out at the intermediate level ; 75 per cent of domestic help and cooks in Andhra Pradesh are Brahmins; and most of Delhi’s public toilets are cleaned by Brahmins (Brahmins of India by J. Radhakrishna, published by Chugh Publications, 2007).
What is sure is that if there is a caste census, the greatest sufferers will be the ‘other’ non-Dalit Hindus, who constitute nearly 40 per cent of the Hindu community (unfortunately they are hopelessly divided). Indeed, we live today in an India where Hindus, the overwhelming majority of this country, are treated like an inconsequential minority. An India, where it’s okay to free the two Muslims convicted by the Mumbai police for helping in the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, but where Swami Nityananda, a grown-up adult, who had consensual sex with a grown-up woman, is thrown in jail. An India, where the so called-Hindu terrorists of Malegaon, or Ajmer, languish in prison without ever having been convicted, but where those guilty of having killed so many people in the German Bakery of Pune, have never been caught, as there is no political will to do so. An India, where many institutions have been subverted by the Government to the point that in exchange for Mayawati’s support in the recent cut motion, the CBI lifted all cases against her. An India which is supposed to be the largest democracy in the world, but where phones are tapped, where politicians who take thousands of crores as bribes, get away with it, and where people are scared to speak aloud. An India where Sir Mark Tully (who most definitely wrote Hindutva, Sex & Adventures), is considered an icon of ‘fair’ journalism, whereas, when he was BBC’s correspondent, he set standards in reporting on South Asia, which still stand today and harm India’s image. Even though since the mid-Eighties, Pakistan encouraged, financed, trained and armed Kashmiri separatism, Tully always made it a point to say: “India accuses Pakistan to foster separatism in Kashmir”; or : “elections are being held in Indian- held Kashmir”; or “Kashmir militants ” have attacked an army post, instead of “terrorists”. All the other foreign journalists, yesterday and today have followed the BBC’s benchmarks.
The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) Kerala chapter has launched Shivaji Hindu Helpline to offer assistance to the Hindus in distress including the girls who fall victims in the trap being laid by the 'love jihadis'.
The helpline, set up at the Hindu Cultural Centre at the Paavakkulam Temple complex at Kaloor in Ernakulam, has been receiving large number of distress calls. Though, the helpline will provide assistance such as legal and medical help to the Hindus, it is also meant to receive information on terrorist activities, cow slaughter etc. Cibin, helpline coordinator, said that the helpline no: 9497545511 had received around 8,000 calls so far. A diary has been maintained to keep all the information regarding the callers.
Parents, friends and the victims themselves are calling the helpline seeking assistance. Till now, around 750 cases have been reported to the police.
Of this, 366 girls from various communities have been rescued from the 'trap', with the initiative of the VHP and Bajrang Dal workers. 72 Nair, 33 Ezhava, 14 Christians and 90 Brahmin girls were among the rescued. 113 girls were rescued directly by the VHP and the Bajrang Dal workers, he said.
VHP state secretary Kalady Manikantan told Express that many girls would get converted after being selectively employed in shops run by the Muslims. The modus operandi is to persuade the Hindu and Christian girls by offering them job security, promotion and salary hike, he said.
A counselling centre has also been opened in Kochi. A website 'kerala hinduhelpline.com' will be launched soon offering assistance to the needy. Modelled on the Kerala initiative, 'All India Hindu Helpline' will be launched in Pune soon on the direction of VHP international secretary general Dr Praveen Bhai Togadia, Manikantan said.
It said the Sanstha wanted the government to either ban such celebration/competitions or prevent the very organisation of such competitions.
According to historian Prajal Sakhardande, the slaying of Narakasura during Diwali, is a tradition unique to Goa.
"Elsewhere in the country, it is Ravana who is slain during Diwali, in Goa it is the Narakasura," Sakhardande said.
Narrating the Narkasura myth, the Goa-based historian said that the demon had once captured some 15,000 women and made them slaves, then Lord Krishna slayed him and freed his captives.
"To express their gratitude, the women lit lamps to symbolise the victory of good over evil, which is what Diwali is about," Sakhardande said.
But the Sanstha feels the practice has acquired a different dimension over the years.
"We are opposed to the celebration of the demon. In some competitions, thousands of rupees are given in reward to those groups who make the biggest or the best looking effigies of Narakasura. That's what we are opposing," a senior Sanstha member said, echoing sentiments often expressed in the Sanatan Prabhat, a daily newspaper run by the Sanstha, during Diwali.