On the eve of Hanuman Jayanthi, the importance of Hanuman Chalisa is worthwhile to recall. The half of first Choupai (Jai Hanuman Gyan Guna Sagar) is explored and brief of this is described. Veda, Upanishad and Bhagwad Gita all deals with involution and evolution. AIW (Ancient Indian Wisdom) clarifies that human being are coming from Bindu (Nuclei) containing all the characteristics (Swaroopa) of supreme reality (Permatma). After inception, human body starts developing from a Bindu in the form of causal body, subtle body and gross body till youth hood is achieved. After this (achieving youth hood) the evolution process should be started to reach the supreme reality (Permatma or Ram). The same is explored in Hanuman Chalisa. How?
On the eve of International Yoga Day (on 21st June), the article on “Need of common platform for Scientist and Spiritual masters (Yogi) to reveal the unknown of the universe” is being published. In this connection, the analyses like i) Advantage of Common platform ii) The utility of meditation for scientist iii) Field of research in common platform and the same have been elaborated. As the scientists need “Intuitive Approach” to know the unknown from the universe, the importance of meditation in Yoga is also explored. The paper reveals the eight fundamental achievements of science namely i) Pythagorean Theorem ii) Newton’s Theory iii) Differential calculus (Maxwell’s) iv) Thermodynamics v) Schrodinger’s concept vi) Information theory vii) Einstein’s Theory or Quantum theory viii) Radio activities. They (eight achievements of Science) are compared with the facts mentioned in Veda, Upanishad and Bhagvad Gita. The spiritual facts are hidden in the inner core of human being, and the same requires the exploration with the help of meditation.