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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.