D. Harish Kumar

  • Harish Kumar replied to the topic Integral Cosmology of the Veda in the forum Aeon Forum 6 years ago · 

    Fundamentally, Hari Malla, if you believe the Unmoving and Ultimate is superior, why do you waste your time with Calendar Reform, since it is all inferior and temporary? Why don’t you go to a cave – I heard Kanchenjunga is nearby – and spend your time in solitary bliss trying to reach the Ultimate instead of worrying about mundane inferior matters…[Read more]

  • Harish Kumar replied to the topic Integral Cosmology of the Veda in the forum Aeon Forum 6 years ago · 

    harimalla wrote:

    Dear Mr. Wilkinson, To reform the calendar as I have said above is to use the manawantar system. This is done by shifting one whole month at a time not by shifting one day at a time like in the gregorian calendar. In the Gregorian calendar  the lunar dates are not attached to the solar dates. But in our system we attach the…

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  • Harish Kumar replied to the topic Integral Cosmology of the Veda in the forum Aeon Forum 6 years ago · 

    harimalla wrote:

    Dear Mr. Wilkinson, To reform the calendar as I have said above is to use the manawantar system. This is done by shifting one whole month at a time not by shifting one day at a time like in the gregorian calendar. In the Gregorian calendar  the lunar dates are not attached to the solar dates. But in our system we attach the…

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  • Harish Kumar replied to the topic Integral Cosmology of the Veda in the forum Aeon Forum 6 years ago · 

    harimalla wrote:

    Dear Mr. Wilkinson, Shall we reframe our discussion again. I am surley with you all in your set goals in this forum. I want to reform  the Hindu calendar in the Hindu way ..I want the ancient spirit is not lost in the process of reform.You are asking me to reform by throwing the baby witth the bath tub. I am saying let us not…

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  • Harish Kumar replied to the topic Integral Cosmology of the Veda in the forum Aeon Forum 6 years ago · 

    Hari Malla, what you fail to understand is that everything is interconnected and interwoven and the Divine Consciousness pervades everything. This is the vision of the Supermind, a faculty which enables us to see holistically and appreciate the Wholeness and the Components of the Wholeness and also the Relationships between the Components and the…[Read more]

  • If you look at USA, it is just the Roman Empire re-incarnated. They both had senates, the golden eagle was their symbol and they both believe in a manifest destiny to civilize the world. A river with a latin name (potomac – means river in latin) flows by the White House and the Roman Empire spread Christianity and now the USA is doing the same.

  • Harish Kumar replied to the topic The parable of evolution in the forum Aeon Forum 6 years, 1 month ago · 

    Thea, by the way, what do you think about the evolutionary theories of 7 root races as expounded by Madame Helena Petrovna Blavatsky of the Theosophical Society? I think it was based on a book called The Book of Dzyan from Tibet.

  • Harish Kumar replied to the topic Too much light! in the forum Aeon Forum 6 years, 2 months ago · 

    arinaya wrote:

    A group of American scientists have discovered that there is 4x more light in the universe than there “should be”, according to official cosmological models. Missing Light of the Visible Universe on DailyGalaxy.com Some alternate theories, including the Electric Universe theory and Aetherometry, will have no problem with the…

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  • patriciaheidt wrote:

    Harish, for that matter, where does any religion stand during this Age of Aquarius, including Hinduism?

    I’ve been studying Sri Aurobindo’s The Renaissance in India, and came across the quote that Thea chose to put at the beginning of the Guidebook to the exhibition:

    The greatness of the ideals of the past is a promise of…

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  • @patriciaheidt wrote earlier:

    Harish, for that matter, where does any religion stand during this Age of Aquarius, including Hinduism?

    I’ve been studying Sri Aurobindo’s The Renaissance in India, and came across the quote that Thea chose to put at the beginning of the Guidebook to the exhibition:

    The greatness of the ideals of the past is a p…

    [Read more]

  • “Our nations are strongest when we see that we are all God’s children – all equal in His eyes and worthy of His love. Across our two great countries we have Hindus and Muslims, Christians and Sikhs, and Jews and Buddhists and Jains and so many faiths. And we remember the wisdom of Gandhiji, who said, “for me, the different religions are beautif…

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