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Ancient Sur-Asur castes

Probably there was a catastrophe 3000 years before Christ, a detailed description of it is available in our Brahmin texts. The historian Janmis has also confirmed this and presented some other facts. This catastrophic rain occurred in Northwest Asia region and present-day Mesopotamia. The Tigris river received such a severe flood that it submerged the southwestern region of the Persian Gulf. The 6000 feet high mountain region also became non-existent by submerging in the group water. In this terrain, people of 'Ardi' caste were inhabited. All these people and their animals and animals were destroyed. Water began to appear in the entire land plot. Only the blue sky was the ancient name.

Terrible eruptions of volcanoes began to occur on the terrain, due to which the mountain ranges and the ice accumulated on them were scattered and scattered. The outbreak of water kept increasing. The Persian Gulf did not exist anywhere. The entire state drowned and was destroyed in that flow. There is a detailed description of the destruction of holocaust in the Shatapatha Brahmin. Somehow Manu protected himself and his family from that terrible outbreak. In Hindu scriptures, what is called Manu is called Noah in the Bible. The account of this Holocaust is also available in its form in Bimbil. Despite some simple distinctions, the account is exactly the same.

In this way Manu was the great man of the present creation. He settled in Sushanagari. This city is described in detail in the Puranas. This city has also been constructed in the ancient history of Asia. That city was somehow protected from the catastrophe of the catastrophe, but the devastation of the Holocaust took place, the destruction did not diminish. The entire land was destroyed. There was no part of ancient construction left. After the Holocaust, the city was completely uninhabitable, meaningless. The remains of fragmented objects were scattered around it. Virana-hee-virana was seen all around. No living thing is seen anywhere. is available. Its prosperity was described in detail by Arun's son Arun. Aditi was the daughter of Daksha. He excavated this land, cleaned the dust particles of the fragmented area, and made arrangements to take the water of the Holocaust which was filled in that land and take it to the sea. After making the ground level, it established many settlements in the Adityas. 12 sons were born to Aditi's conscription. All these are called Aditya. The eldest was Varun and the younger was Surya.

Ancient Sur-Asur castes
Ancient Sur-Asur castes
Surya created the Arya caste and Varuna formed the Sumeru caste. Sumeru caste is called the mother of civilization. It was dominated by Iran. Of these twelve Adityas, only the descendants of Surya came to India and were called Suryavanshi. The rest of Aditya spread to the territory of Iran, Egypt, Palestine, Arabia, China, Tibet. The settlement that Manu had established was known as Susha. In the course of time, the name Susha was called Amaravati and then after that it was called Indrapuri Varuna: Varun Dev made the earth and the sky flat. He brought the waters of the Holocaust, which had stopped at different places, to clear the way and reach the sea. Canals were dug for this. Varuna confined the sea and took uncontrolled water under control. When the earth became flat, seeds were sown in it, which made it fertile and the tree grew and its deformity ended. Varun received control over water, so he was named the god of water. The God of Varuna became the suzerain of water.

In this way Varun created a new creation. He was superior among the Adityas and hence he was called Brahma. Due to the division of water, he was called Narayan. Varuna considered his ex-men to be the creators of the universe, inscriptions of Indra and Varuna's oaths have been found in the Kapadosia province of ancient Iran. This country of Varun was named Amardesh. Thus called Susha Nagari Amravati. The name of this state was Elam or Ilawart after Manu's daughter Ila. Nowadays of this region
The name is Kirman. This was the center of Sumeru civilization. This region is situated above the Persian Gulf. Janisis has called it Sheenar in the history of Persia. Probably the one written as Sheer Sagar is the name of the Persian Gulf. People who used to worship Varuna.

One region of Veeran was refractory. When Yama came here and established his empire, there was a catastrophe shortly before that. All the animals and animals there were destroyed, due to this destruction, they had started calling this state a deathbed. Yama married ten daughters of the family of Yaksha Prajetas. One of them was Sandhya. People belonging to the evening caste born from her womb are called Sithians. Some historians say that of these Neith and Pal dynasties established their kingdoms in Egypt. After some time Maharaja Greece Janamejaya conquered these dynasties. Vasu, Maru, Bhanu, Ghope, Sandhya, Hans, in Asura region
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History of the ancestral tradition

Like the Sun dynasty Ikshvaku, the Chandravanshi Pururava established another dynasty. It begins with Ila, the daughter of Manu. This dynasty which gave birth to Pururava is called Chandravansh and its ruler Chandravanshi. Age's son was Yayati, son of Nahusha. Yayati's name first comes in the tradition of emperors. Yayati was a great conqueror, mighty and fiery man. He gave birth to five sons, Yadu, Turvasu, Druhya, Anu and Puru Yayati entrusted Rajasinhasran to his youngest son Puru. He kept his elder son Yadu away from the throne.

History of ancestral tradition
History of ancestral tradition
Why Yayati did this, a very entertaining description is available in the mythological observations. It is said that his youngest son Puru Yayati was most loved. Because he obeyed most of all. When Yayati was not satisfied with the enjoyment of carnal pleasures and the old age gripped her, she in turn asked her sons for their youth in exchange for their old age. His first four sons did not accept the father's offer. When asked, he accepted his father's old age and handed him his youth. This should be called an example of darkness. It was said to show the son's devotion to his father. is. The truth was that Yayati considered his youngest son more worthy and obedient. That is why they selected him for responsibility. They allowed him to bear his authority entrusted to the throne. It was this Puru who exposed the ancestral tradition in Indian history.

Puru was born in a generation. Apatireth gave birth to two sons named Kanva and Aileen. Meghatithi was born of Kanva, whose children became Kanvayan Brahmins. Aileen gave birth to four sons, Dushyanta etc. In the Purvansha, who raised the fame of the family by four moons, he became King Dushyant after the second majestic king Apatireth. These men were later of the fourteenth generation.

Dushyanta is the great Emperor of the Purvansha Maharaja once went to the forests for Mrigaya and went to the ashram of the sage Kanva. Rishi was not in his ashram at that time. In the absence of the sage, he met the sage-letter Shakuntala. This union of the two resulted in love, and marriage. It was a Gandharva marriage. After marriage, Dushyant returned to his capital by giving his fingerprint to Shakuntala as a token. After Dushyant's return, Shakuntala was sitting in his meditation while Durvasa Rishi came to the ashram at the same time. He wanted to talk to Shakuntala, but Shakuntala could not answer the sage's talk due to her husband's attention. The sage got angry with this behavior and cursed Shakuntala that he would forget her in whose attention she was sitting. When Kanva returned from the sage forest to the ashram and he got the news of Gandharva-marriage, he thought it appropriate to send her to her husband's house and arranged to go to him immediately. The sage sent two with Munikumar Shakuntala. When Shakuntala reached her husband's house, Dushyant had forgotten her due to sage-curse. She did not accept him because the fish she had given to Shakuntala ate the fish.

Munikumar left Shakuntala. Shakuntala was in pregnancy at that time. At the end of time Shakuntala gave birth to a son, who was Bharata. The boy was naturally an arrow and used to play with the lion's children during childhood. At the same time, Dushyant was given a ring by a fisherman from the belly of the fish, so he remembered Shakuntala. Dushyant realized his mistake and gave due respect to Shakuntala and his son with due respect. Prior to Dushyant, the Paurava establishments had lost the kingdom. The victories of Suryavanshi King Sagara re-established the glory of Suryavansh. With this, the prestige of Haihay, talanghaya kings was diluted. Sagar performed the Ashwamedha Yagna by his sons
Had hoisted the victory mark all over India.

After Dushyant, his son Bharata became the eminent Chakravarti emperor. Bharata's state and administrative system was compatible with Vedic traditions and ideals. Every system of his was scripted. Many genres and arts developed during the reign of Bharata. Gurukuls were established for the prosperity of those genres and arts. Many scholars have studied deeply for the development of their experiences.

The culture that flourished during the rule of Bharat, has been called the Indian culture and it has been called by the same name, it was the culture which addressed this country as Bharat and the culture was called Indian culture. Under this Vedic civilization and culture many streams were formed and separate governance systems. Yet they had a collective Indian culture. This kingdom lasted for centuries and the monarchy tradition was administratively followed here before Maharaja Bharata, who had many influential, powerful rulers, but Bharata changed it completely and selected his successor Vrihaspati Jupiter descendant Bhardwaja. He set a great idol on his pedestal. Bharata gave a system of democratic form by not maintaining the lineage tradition. This is a unique example of the system of democracy. This gives a feeling of the latest in the oldest. Bharata performed this work by consulting Yash-Vidhi with the help of long-life sage. Law and order
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Vibhuti of India: Nagarjuna

The first century of Christ appeared not only in India but in the history of the world with a new introduction. The new awakening that Confucius had created in Palestine, and in India by Lord Buddha in the last 600 years, was summarized by Acharya Nagarjuna in the last phase of the first century of Christ. The specialty was that other great men were only spiritualists, but Nagarjuna was also a great scientist.

In India, 625 years before Christ, Lord Buddha and Mahavir Swami published Buddhist and Jain doctrines in the human society, which were now illuminated by affection. Acharya Nagarjuna again infused new affection in them. And thus again Naveen Jyoti received the credit for communicating. The four great religious music that could not work after Buddha was done by Acharya Nagarjuna alone. Acharya Nagarjuna was born in a high and distinguished Brahmin family 78 years after Christ in the same place called Chhatisgarh in the Vidarbha (Berar) country, which Sadhvi Damayanti, the Goddess of love, had given Akshaya Yash since his birth. In that era, Vidarbha was also called South Kosala, because it was the southern part of Kosala state. Hensang has also written Nagarjuna's birthplace Dakshin Kosala. This was the era when Maharishi Patanjali wrote in his mahabhashya - "It is the expulsion of Brahmin religion to study the conspiring Vedas and the knowledge of it." According to the same tradition, Nagarjuna embodied the study of the Vedas and Vedangas, and outlined Jesus, and China Janis. Lakshmi of India was residing in Pataliputra in those days. But of earning
The family's reputation was education and sacrifice. He was one of the few Mahabhagyas for whom the emperor Bhartruhari of his contemporary Pataliputra had often written - 'Swarthoyasya Parth and S Pumanekah: Satamagrani' Those days, great scholars like Mahakavi philosopher Ashwaghosh and great scholars like Vasumitra resided in Pataliputra. Were . Nagarjuna came to Pataliputra from Vidarbha to worship Bhagwati Saraswati. In Pataliputra, Nagarjuna studied by sitting at the feet of saints and gurus on the Ganga's arrow. After the study of Vedic scriptures, the flow of Buddhist ideology in Pataliputra reflected Nagarjuna's stream of elementary education at its own pace. It is said that Nagarjuna accepted Buddhism at the age of only eighteen. After that, he studied Buddhism and Ayurveda seriously. After receiving blessings from the Gurus, Nagarjuna walked from Pataliputra and built one of his huts on the banks of the Ganges in Gaya. This hut was the first reputation of Nagarjuna's karmayogi life. While living in this hut, Nagarjuna wrote many philosophical texts like 'Suhallekha' and 'Madhyamika-karika' etc. Great philosophers were now bowing at the feet of Nagarjuna. No matter how high scholar was a disciple of Nagarjuna, now Nagarjuna was not limited to Vidarbha, Pataliputra or Gaya only because of his knowledge and scholarship, but he became famous all over India. The discussion of Nagarjuna's knowledge had reached the village chaupals to the court of kings. But sorry that history has taken silence today to tell who were the mothers and fathers who gave birth to this son-jewel. Mother and father create a son to keep their name constant. But after getting a son like Nagarjuna, that desire of mother and father has become the aspiration of history.

In 344 AD a Mahavidwan named Kumarajeeva became a Buddhist master. At the age of nine, Kumarjee left home and went towards Kashmir in search of Vidya. After many years of practice in Kashmir, he traveled and reached China from there. Kumarajiv reached China and translated 98 Sanskrit texts into Chinese. It was also the biography of the Bodhisattva Nagarjuna. In all his translations, the life-characters of Ashwaghosh and Nagarjuna, these two texts are considered of great importance in terms of object-rendering and language-building. The original Sanskrit text of Nagarjuna's life-character was destroyed from India. But archaeologists have found that Chinese translation. Sadly, that Chinese translation has not yet come forward to the general public by publishing it again in the Indian languages, which is why nothing can be said with respect to Nagarjuna's parents, or family life. It is expected that many new introductions will be made about Nagarjuna when the translation comes to the public. "
So yes, Nagarjuna's hut in Gaya now became the temple of Saraswati.

Even though she was a weed, but now she had the honor which was not the court of the emperors, in the south the Shalivahana (Shatakani) emperors had reached their peak development. He was ruling from Ujjain till Mysore and Hyderabad in the south and Delhi in the north. Pataliputra and Kosal were his own royal states. But even the ambitious attacks of the Shakas from the north-west were not peaceful. Kushan Kanishka Balakh in Purushapur (Peshawar) ruled from Afghanistan to Punjab and Mathura. Suddenly he attacked Pataliputra. The barbaric armies of Kanishka overthrew the fighters of Pataliputra. Magadhas kept arms. Kanishka had control over Pataliputra. Pataliputra was succeeded by Bhartrihari's successor.
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Chandravanshi rule in ancient India

There is a description of two sons of Brahma in the Puranas. Marichi, 2. Atri. Suryavansha starts from Marichi and Chandra Vansha from atri. According to both the Puranas, the Aayan dynasty of the Aayas established the traditions of the kingdom. We have presented the description of Suryavansh. Here the description of Chandravansh is given.

Chandravanshi rule in ancient India
Chandravanshi rule in ancient India
Atri's son was Chandra. Prajapati Brahma made him the master of all Brahmins and medicines. Chandra decided to perform the Rajsuya Yagna by expanding the empire immensely. He thought that this would bring glory to his family. Chandra once killed Tara, the beautiful wife of Jupiter, the sage of Devajati, in his youth. At that time, the Devas had told him a lot to return to Jupiter's wife, but he did not pay attention to anyone. When this situation happened, Devaraja gathered the army and landed in the battlefield. Of asuras
Guru Shukracharya had an old hatred with Jupiter. He sought to take the side of the moon in battle with the army of Asuras. In this way, a situation of fierce fighting arose in the asuras and notes regarding Tara. In the end, Brahma created a settlement in the middle and returned the star to Jupiter. But one of the moon from Tara
A bright and beautiful son was born. It was named Dhruva.

This description is rhetorical and makes it clear that the sun and the moon began simultaneously. But the fact is that after 35 generations of Suryavansh, the Dynasty started. Presumably, during the time of Maharaja Sagar, Chandravanshi Maharaj Pururava established his kingdom in the establishment due to no known time being known, the presumption is being made the basis.

Mercury, when young, married Manu-Kanya Ila. This Manu was one of the majestic kings of the time of Suryavanshi King Ambareesh. The name of the son of Mercury and Ila was Pururava. Pururava was a great donor and majestic ruler. Ila received the kingdom of the city called Pratishthan from Manu. Ila proclaimed his son Pururava as the king of the same place. This city was the capital of the reigning Chandravanshi kings. The bending place near Prayagraj was called the establishment. Once an Apsara, whose name was Urvashi, was freed by Maharaja Pururava from the captivity of an asura. Urvashi became indebted to Maharaj's benevolence. Maharaj also could not live without being impressed by the form of Urvashi. The two fell in love. Once it happened that Maharaj got Devbhoomi because of him
Had to go Maharaj got knowledge of the art of igniting fire by Arani there. He spread that art in the land of India.

Maharaja Pururava gave birth to six sons. Their names were Ayu, Dhiman, Amavasu, Vishwas, Shatayu and Shrutayya. Age was also the eldest and the best. The dynasty he founded, his kingdom lasted forever. He married Rahu's daughter Prabha who gave birth to five sons. Nahush was older among them, so he got the right to the state. Nahusha was an influential ruler. Once in the absence of Indra, the gods chose him as their king because they were impressed by his administration skills. Nahusha left his country and went to the land of the gods. After going there, when he saw Rani Shachi, Indra's immensely beautiful wife, he became fascinated by her. Seeing this situation of the gods, they tried to explain them a lot, but there was no effect to explain them. He tried to get him to explain, he raised his sedan from the Brahmins and headed towards the palace of Shachi. To complete the gap quickly, he ordered the Brahmins to move fast. He became so eager in this task that he kicked Vipra named Agastya. This angered the Brahmins and they knocked Nahusha down and, after consulting the gods, drove him out of the Devbhoomi. This incident led to the downfall of Nahusha.

Your Majesty Yayati
After Nahush, he was succeeded by Yayati. He arrived at a well for water after a day, filled with thirst. In that well he saw a living girl. Maharaj gave her support with her hand and pulled her out of the well and asked why she had fallen into the well.

The girl told, 'My name is Detayani, Maharaj! Sharmishtha, the daughter of King Vrishaparva, has miraculously buried me in the well. You protected me by giving me hand in hand. You became my guard. I remember you as a husband. Maharaj hesitated at first because of being a Brahmin-girl, but he accepted the request of Devayani and his father Shukracharya. He could not invalidate Shukracharya's request.Devayani ordered the culprit Sharmistha to be with him as her maid. Sharmishtha's father Vrishaparva considered this punishment of his daughter's crime appropriate. He forced his daughter to obey Devyani and Sharmistha left with Devyani. Devayani married Maharaj Yayati and gave birth to two sons. The names of those sons were Yadu and Turvasu.

Sharmistha resides near Devyani and starts laying her illusion on her husband. He laid such a web of his beauty-madhuri that Maharaj subdued Yayati. Maharaj got trapped in Sharmishtha's trap and married her to Gandharva and Sharmishtha gave birth to his three sons, 1. Drusya, 2. Anu and 3. Puru Devayani also got knowledge of this policy of Sharmishtha and he asked his father for it Said concerning
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Principles of charaka

Charaka had an outward introduction to the conversation so far. But we need to try to get their internal introduction here. In the view of the ancient scholars of India, this introduction is the real introduction of the person. Where someone was born, what was his clan, who were his parents, how much property did he own - all these things do not have special importance in Indian culture. He was a worshiper of karma theory, not of birth theory.

Principles of charaka

 The value of human life should be judged by his actions, not by birth - this is his invaluable teaching, which he gave to the world through his character and writings. Charaka followed the same high array. Where he handed over the heritage of his unique creations to us as a model code, there was no misuse of time in saying even a word about his birth. Although the introduction of the multitude also energizes the followers, the inner introduction is the most important thing in the life of a karmavir, which is the most important thing. The spirit of true-fidelity and eminence in the lives of karmavir men towards their principles, makes the principles with them so integral that those principles become the definition of their life. Therefore, if the lives of great men are to be understood, then their principles should be understood.

Theism of Charaka originated in an era when the shortcomings of Buddhism and Jain atheism were engulfed in the national anthem of India. Arguments like nihilism and ephemeralism wanted to uproot medical science itself. The nihilistic Madhyamikas used to say that the world is the inversion of zero. Just as the treatment of febrile fever and fever is actually false. Similarly, the diagnosis and treatment of the patient's disease is completely false. Calling someone a patient and arranging for his treatment is nothing but public repentance, because it is a false impression. In the same way, it was said by the ecclesiastical bilinguals that every substance of the world is impassioned. The object of the first moment does not remain the second moment. Then the patient, who is diagnosed by the physician in the first moment, does not remain the person in the second moment, then the person who is given the medicine as a medicine is different from the person who was diagnosed. Somebody, patient, someone should be given someone, where is this intelligence? Charaka made the first attempt to remove this confusion of intelligence.

Principles of charaka

Principles of charaka
There was only one solution to this, that was theism, or hospitality, Kapil Mani wrote the entire Samkhya-philosophy on the same principle. Charaka gave what he had written in Sankhya-darshan, in front of us by giving a practical appearance in his laboratory. Kapila's number was only philosophy, but Charaka gave him the form of science. Sankhya philosophy is not enough to understand what is the element of Satanism. It is not enough as Charaka Samhita. Acharya has written a long list of beneficial and non-harmful substances while discussing Pathyapathya in Yajjah-Purushiyadhyaya of Sutrashasthan. The question is raised, what is the most discarded among the discarded items? Answered - 'Atheist.  the deeds and thus the results, not only that, the devas, the sages, the siddhas, the scholars, etc. are all false ideas. The atheist that we experience waiting for us, calls him an illusion and leads us to suicide. Hence the worst sin with an atheist. This mention of Charak is not digression or spiritualism, but the background of Ayurveda science is 'theism'. If science can have any relationship with humans, it is only through theism; Otherwise, science has no relation with humans. It is okay that everything is known by science, but with whom should that person know? Entire science is a vast field of knowledge, if it is not a field expert, then who is its expert? Why do the hands move to take the object seen with the eye? Listen to the ears. Why do the words 'wah-wah' arise on the lost words? From the other's earlobbery ears, why do the eyes sparkle? That is why there is one entity beyond these senses to say, hear and see, which is stimulating the effigy of this body-like form with its consciousness. The rituals of desire, desire, effort, happiness, sorrow and knowledge are maintained.

The misogyny, non-cooperation, or non-cooperation of the subjects of Kaal, Wisdom and the senses gives rise to death. Therefore, keeping it in harmony arising from these three reasons is the purpose of medicine and the name of the condition of equality is health. The body and mind are the prescriptions of disease. The body and mind are the shrines of happiness and health. The soul is formless and eternal. He has seen this drama only as a witness from both material sorrow and happiness. Yes, there should be a lust for it. So, considering the pleasure and sorrow of body and mind as your happiness and sorrow, one has an ego to be happy and sad. If this false ego is left, then you become free. The soul is free by nature. Salvation from arrogance is the literature of the Vedas, the most ardent and first proponent of theism, so Charaka has expressed his faith in the Vedas. Charak has written that Ayurveda is the Upveda of the Atharvaveda. Charak has accepted the path of justice for the decision of the essence. The complete elements of Gautam Nyaya are propounded in beautiful style in the Vimanastha. But by not accepting the irrationalism of justice, he countered the hospitality of Samkhya.
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