Power of “Yagna” in Rig Veda By Professor M.K. Dave


Rig Veda found a place is the UNESCO’s memory of world register, a collection of documentary heritage in the year 2007, and the year 2009 marks the 400th anniversary of the use of telescope by Galileo for confirming the Copernicus’ Helio-centric model of the solar system. The year 2009 was the world year of astronomy.



Rig Veda dates back to 35,000 to 25,000, i.e. 30,000 years ago  in the Man Krita (formative) Yuga {Matsya Purāna 144.79} and according to the research oriented book “What Awaits Man in 2,000 A.D. and thereafter”- M. K. Dave, Ajanta Publication, New Delhi, 1998}. It is necessary to understand the “Intelligent Design” of God.

Rig Veda is a sacred scientific document that emerged as a joint venture of the ancient united world on Unified Creation based on the “Intelligent Design” of Parameshwar encased in Sanskrit Computer cum computational methodology /   [Chhandās]. It matches modern computer System and it interfaces with modern astronomy.

Significance of “Eternal Dharma” in Rig Veda by Professor M.K. Dave

It is a treatise on the unification of all that is in the universe and includes a unified overview of relationships involved in the art of living. “Intelligent Design” ensures a smooth transition from science to Dharma.  The blue prints of unified creations reveal the importance of the conservation of the wild life and deep involvement of living creatures in Unified Creations that seem to match nicely with the photographs in space of their counter parts in space as revealed by NASA.

Dharma is supportive of the entire scientific enterprises. The human mind has the capacity to comprehend the structure of the entire universe that prevails as a finite, coherent and ordered totality and is subject to scientific scrutiny. But the gains of sciences make the man materialistic, self-centred and morally degraded.

Dharma signifies a moral order in human affairs, the code of conduct of the individual group, the rules of social behaviour that advocates justice, virtue, morality righteousness, law and duty – all dwelling in the norms acceptable to humanity as an ideal theory – the truth eternal.

Dharma, therefore, is an all embracing code of wisdom which influences human conduct including all the visual aids inherent in the mental concept of Dharmic Karmās, like  Yagna, pooja individual, the funeral rites and so on. It leads to the spiritual aspects of individual responsibilities and duties to the self, other beings and nature.  In worldly affairs, dharma has four cardinal points called ‘Purushārtha’. They are Artha (monetary matters in the field of economics), the enjoyment of fruits of one’s labour including Kāma (physical love), Dharma (religious ceremonies) and Moksha (liberation from the cycle of rebirth) through spiritual knowledge as part of Yoga. Yoga leads to self-realization and then to God (Brahma) realization by transcendental meditation.

Hindu Dharma is a way of life derived from the Sanātana Dharma. Hence Dharma and culture are so indistinguishably intertwined that it is not possible to separate them into two. Their strength lies in its adaptability even after onslaughts from within and without. The secret of its longevity in an unshakable foundation of philosophy, thought, Dharma and culture – all rooted in the parity between ethics of humanistic life in terms of characteristic three-fold modes (Satva, Rājas, Tāmas) of nature.

The entire universe is dualistic in character. The scientists cum seers tried to realize the Supreme Parameshwar in His oneness by unifying Jivātmā [soul of the living] with Ātmā [soul of the non-living] residing in the body of the single black-hole / Prithivi / Pind before and after creation.

Astronomy tries to unify the four fundamental forces of Nature in the physical Grand Unified Field (GUF) symbolized by Om. The Vedic system involves the three Gunās / qualities [Sat, Raj, Tama] and the Brahma. Thus the unification in Rig Veda involves three factor coupled with the physical GUF with the wisdom, intelligence and consciousness of Brahma [in human form].

The following Sukta on Rta ensures that the Creation will be exactly the same because of SOMA {Cosmic Microwave Background Radiations}- the relics / debris of the past Creation:

1) “Rita and truth were created from Tapa / heat full of Tej / light / brilliance. Then day and night came into being. Thereafter, there appeared the ocean full of Jal / waters / plasma.

2) “From the ocean full of Jal / waters / plasma, Samvatsara / year was born. Ishwar created day and night. Ishwar is the Lord of universe associated with time measurable as Nimesh, etc.

3) “Since ancient times, Ishwar created exactly as it was before [“Yathā Poorvam Akalpayat”}, Surya / Sun, Chandra / Moon, Swarga Loka / heaven, Prathivi Loka / Earth and Antariksh / space – (Rishi Achmarshano Mādhuchchhandasah).

Astronomers assume that present universe emerged from the black hole about the size of the solar system at Creation in accordance with Loop Quantum Cosmology being developed by involving super computers. This is reflected in the mantra “Yathā Poorvam Akalpayat” [R.V.10.190.3] i.e. the universe is created exactly as before, and in this recycled universe the present can reveal the past and future of Nature

Sound as Soma / C.M.B.R. originated from X-ray ripples from Agni  / Surya / sun within the black hole cum white hole according to Loop Quantum Cosmology within the Event Horizon according to Mark Whittle and Soma ensures the creation to be exactly the same as before “Yathā Poorvam Akalpayat” .

Excursions through the maze of Vedās, Purānās and epics of world renown lead us to believe that there existed a one world Dharmic order in earlier days of the humans. This then becomes the springboard of the various religions on the same foundations of science.

God created the universe by a self-referral system as in mathematics and self –replicating quark-gluon plasma together with the self-replicating genes (DNA) according to the three-in-one Varna Meru for unified creation of the non-living and the living-beings.

Varna Meru is the Universal King–pin of Knowledge of arts and sciences.

Topic 11 : Importance of Yagna

Structure of the Sun and Yagna at the core of Surya / Sun As in Astronomy

Sukta 1.44.8) “Hey Agni belonging to the beautiful Yagna! Come here for the sake of Ushā, Ashwini Kumārs, Bhaga and Agni Devatās. As Yajamāna performing the work of refining Soma, you ignite the carrier of Havies (materials offered in Yagna) automatically,[R.V.2.1.2].

The yagya at the core of the sun (Surya) as defined by below:

Takes place at 20,000 deg K. The role of agni in form human being participating is actually performed by agni itself automatically (Rig Ved 2.1.2)

This is done because in ritualistic yagya / Havan, role of Yagaman, etc is performed for convenience on earth

The Core: The Sun's core has a tremendously high temperature and pressure. The temperature is roughly 15 million °C. At this temperature, nuclear fusion occurs, turning four hydrogen nuclei into a single helium nucleus plus a LOT of energy. This "hydrogen burning" releases gamma rays (high-energy photons) and neutrinos (particles with no charge and almost no mass).

The Radiative Zone (or radiation zone): The next layer out from the core is this zone which emits radiation. This radiation diffuses outwards. The temperature ranges from 15 million °C to one million °C. It may take photons of radiation millions of years to pass through the radiative zone, as they gradually make their way outwards.

The Convective Zone: In this next layer, photons continue to make their way outwards via convection (towards lower temperature and pressure). The temperature ranges from one million °C to 6,000 °C.

The Photosphere: This is the lower atmosphere of the Sun and the part that we see (since it emits light at visible wavelengths). This layer is about 300 miles (500km) thick. The temperature is about 5,500 °C.

The Chromosphere: This reddish layer is an area of rising temperatures. The temperature ranges from 6,000 °C (at lower altitudes) to 50,000 °C (at higher altitudes). This layer is a few thousand miles (or kilometers) thick. It appears red because hydrogen atoms are in an excite state and emit radiation near the red part of the visible spectrum.

Introduction of Agni

Agni (Sanskrit: अग्नि) is a Hindu deity, one of the most important of the Vedic gods. He is the god of fire and the acceptor of sacrifices. The sacrifices made to Agni go to the deities because Agni is a messenger form and to the other gods. He is ever-young, because the fire is re-lit every day, and also immortal.

With Varuna and Indra he is one of the supreme gods in the Rigveda. The link between heaven and earth, the deities and the humans, he is associated with Vedic sacrifice, taking offerings to the other world in his fire. In Hinduism, his vehicle is the ram.

Agni is represented with TWO faces, suggesting his destructive as well as beneficent qualities. He has THREE legs which represent the three / Lok worlds that it is present in and SEVEN arms that represent the seven directions that he covers. He rides a ram, or a chariot pulled by goats which probably is a reference to the use of these animals for sacrifice.

Agni, the First god worshiped in Rig Veda. Lord Agni is addressed to largest numbers of mantras in Rig Veda. He is regarded as a creator god, sustainer, supreme and all universal spirit. Agni is known as mercy and power. He frequently acts as a mediator between god and men. He has been known by many names Anal, Jivalana, Dhanajaya, Vahni, are some of them. Though he is lives among people driving away their difficulties and satisfying their needs. He has golden body.

Lord Agni rays seven light emanate as of his person. Agni is the protector of the Southeast direction. The symbol of Lord Agni is the three-faced (three mukhi) rudraksh. Lord Agni rides a ram. He is the creator of a fire weapon and is called as ‘agneyastra’.

In the Vedic scriptures, Agni described as ruddy-hued and having 2 faces one king and the other harsh. In Hari Vans, Agni is clothed in black. He has smoke as his standard and carries a flaming javelin. He rides in a drawn chariot by red horses and has 4 hands. The shine of his face matches that of sun. Agni purana said that declaimed by agni himself to sage Vashist. It has parts on mystic and ritualistic methods of worship, the art of wars the laws of Hindu and worship of shiva.

In Hindu scriptures, Agni is depicted with two or seven hands, two heads and three

legs. He has seven fiery tongues with which he licks sacrificial butter. He rides a ram or in a chariot harnessed by fiery horses. Agni is represented as red and two-faced, suggesting both his destructive and beneficent qualities, and with black eyes and hair, three legs and seven arms. He rides a ram, or a chariot pulled by goats or, more rarely, parrots. Seven rays of light emanate from his body. One of his names is Saptajihva, "having seven tongues".[8] Another one of his epithets is Abhimāni (from Sanskrit: abhi towards + the verbal root man to think, reflect upon) meaning dignified, proud; longing for, thinking.

In Hindu scriptures, Agni is the God of Fire, and is present in many phases of life such as honoring of a birth (diva lamp), birthdays (birthday candles on a cake), prayers (diva lamp), weddings (Yagna where the bride and groom circle 7 times) and death (cremations in Surya / sun according to the 21st Century Unified Periodic table of Birkeland Model where the ionic weight is determined by the level of compression by gravitational forces within Surya / sun)

Agni is described as the son of Dyaus Pita and Prithvi Mata {according to the “Intelligent Design”} and hence Indra's twin, both of them performing complimentary functions. While INDRA transmits energy to the Earth in the form of his thunderbolt, AGNI takes energy from the Earth to the Heavens in its swirling smoke.

Rigveda surprisingly, also mentions that 'Agni dwells in the waters' and was born from it at creation! This may appear confounding till we think of fire arising from lightening-strikes, natural gas surfacing through water, or even the under-water volcanic eruptions! Because of the same reason, the Persians therefore referred to him as Apaannapat.

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