Tuesday, February 10, 2015


World's Biggest Scientific research on
Hanuman Chalisa and Gayatri Mantra
Any one who knows the Hanuman Chalisa? In Hanuman

Chalisa, it is said :
"Yug sahastra yojan per Bhanu!

Leelyo taahi madhur phal janu!!
1 Yug = 12000 years

1 Sahastra = 1000
1 Yojan = 8 Miles
Yug x Sahastra x Yojan = par Bhanu

12000 x 1000 x 8 miles = 96000000 miles
1 mile = 1.6kms
96000000 miles = 96000000 x 1.6kms =

96000000 miles/1536000000 kms to Sun
NASA has said that, it is the exact distance between Earth

and Sun 🌞(Bhanu).
Which proves God Hanuman did jump to Planet Sun, thinking

it as a sweet fruit (Madhur phal).

It is really interesting how accurate and meaningful our

ancient scriptures are.Unfortunately barely it is recognized,

interpreted accurately or realized by any in today's time...
The GAYATRI MANTRA" the most powerful hymn in the

Dr.Howard Steingeril, an American scientist, collected

Mantras, Hymns and invocations from all over the world and

tested for their strength in his Physiology Laboratory&
Hindu's Gayatri Mantra produced 110,000 sound waves

This was the highest and was found to be the most powerful

hymn in the world.

Through the combination of sound or sound waves of a

particular frequency, this Mantra is claimed to be capable of

developing specific spiritual potentialities.

The Hamburg university initiated research in

to the efficacy of the Gayatri Mantra both on the mental and

physical plane of CREATION...
The GAYATRI MANTRA is broadcasted daily for 15 minutes

from 7 P.M. onwards over Radio Paramaribo, Surinam,

South America for the past two years, and in Amsterdam,

Holland for the last six months.
"Om Bhoor Bhuwah Swah, Tat Savitur Varenyam, Bhargo

Devasya Dheemahi, Dhiyo Yo Nah Pra-chodayaat !"
"It's meaning:
God is dear to me like my own breath, He is the dispeller of

my pains, and giver of happiness.I meditate on the

supremely adorable Light of the Divine Creator, that it may

inspire my thought and understanding."
The above information is worth circulating and sharing with

one and all! How rich and wonderful are our Vedas.