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Narada the Sage

Kamini Ekadashi (August 4)

Pavitra Ekadashi (August 18)

Boy Krishna

Janmashtami (August 30)

Janmashtami is the biggest holiday of the year. It celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna, the Supreme Person who descends to Earth once in a day of Brahma.

Food Yoga

Tulasi and Bhakti

LEARN MORE: Veda is the Sanskrit word for knowledge. Everyone wants to be happy, healthy, wealthy, and wise. The Vedas contain perfect knowledge for fulfilling all the aims of human life, culminating in spiritual enlightenment.

The Vedic History of Humanity

The Puranas teach important lessons about how to live a successful life. They contain accounts of great kings and sages who attained self-realization and perfect God consciousness.

The Vedas explain that history is cyclical. There are four ages that repeat again and again like the four seasons of the year, until finally the universe is annihilated. Then after a period of being unmanifest, the universe expands again.

Many people falsely believe that the Puranas are mythological. This could not be further from the truth. The Puranas are historical records of the past. They contain accurate dates for major events such as the origin of our universe, the creation of the sun and solar system, and the Permian mass extinction.

Author Sidharth Chhabra’s book The Big Bang and the Sages extensively documents the many scientific proofs for the accuracy and reliability of the Puranic record.

The four seasons of the year

Four Yugas: Seasons of the Universe

sankirtan

Kali-Yuga: Age of Darkness

Battle of Kurukshetra

Dvapara-Yuga: Krishna’s Descent

Treta-Yuga: Social Divisions

Satya-Yuga: Age of Light

Vedic Concepts

The Three Modes of Nature

These three basic energies are like the primary colors of creation. They combine to produce the total variety of material existence. By upgrading your mode you can drastically improve your quality of life.

A group of hands holding a cute heart shaped item.

What is Karma?

Newton’s third law of motion hold true even in the realm of metaphysics—every action has an equal and opposite reaction. But whether it’s good karma or bad, the goal of yoga is to break free from karma altogether.

A womans hand with a butterfly on it.

What is Reincarnation?

Deja vu and child prodigies aren’t so surprising when you consider the science of reincarnation. How we got our present body is no accident, but the culmination of the many lives we’ve lived before.

Bhakti: The Goal of Meditation

Meditation is a yogic practice meant to still the mind and eventually bring our awareness in touch with our pure conscious existence. Beyond that is the realm of spiritual life based on service to the Supreme.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there really science in the Vedas? Yes, the Vedas contain scientific descriptions of all aspects of human life, from sociology to cosmology. However, the Vedas primarily emphasize the science of consciousness. It is only through the evolution of consciousness that human beings can find true happiness and satisfaction.

What does “Vedic” mean? Vedic is the adjective form of the word “Veda.” Anything that is related to the Vedas can be called “Vedic.”

Want to know more? Check out our article, What are the Vedas?

What are the four main Vedas? The four primary Vedic texts are the Rig Veda, Sama Veda, Yajur Veda, and Atharva Veda. However, these texts are no longer available in their complete form. For this reason, the Puranas are the most reliable source of Vedic knowledge today, and they are commonly known as the fifth Veda.

What are some Vedic science facts? The Vedas contain accurate data pertaining to all fields of science. Here are just a few examples:

  • The date of the “Big Bang.”
  • The date of universal annihilation or the death of our universe.
  • The date of the Permian mass extinction.
  • The origin of our solar system as well as its destruction.
  • The developmental stages of a human fetus within the womb.
  • The destination of the soul at the time of death.