Origin of all

J. Robert Oppenheimer (considered ‘Father of the Atomic Bomb’) learned Sanskrit in 1933 and used to frequently quote from the sacred Hindu book –  the ‘Bhagwad Gita’. He used his Sanskrit knowledge to decode the Vedas and ancient scripts to form the basis of the Manhattan Project and probably many more under the rug.


The world’s 3rd largest religion closely following Christianity and Islam is Hinduism. Hinduism is the world’s oldest known religion, with it’s roots going back to 10,000 years and Hindu Literature dating back to 7000 BC. Here are few mind-boggling facts about.

Hinduism is the only religion which can be accurately, yet not fully described individually, by all these terms: Hinduism is An Atheist at the same time as it isPolytheist at the same time as it is Monotheist, as well as henotheistic

Belief in one major God with other subsidiary Gods “worshippable” too! Oh, and Hinduism can also be considered “monist” i.e. the belief that all the seemingly disparate elements in this universe can be reduced to one single unity.

Unlike other major religions, Hinduism doesn’t consider the pursuit of wealth as a sin.

In fact, we celebrate wealth in the form of many gods such as Lakshmi, Kubera and Vishnu. Hinduism has a 4 level hierarchy –  Dharma (pursuit of philosophy, religion and doing duties to society), Artha (pursuit of livelihood, wealth and power), Kama (pursuit of pleasures including sexual/sensual) and Moksha (liberation) and we progress from the top to bottom. This is very close to Maslow’s hierarchy and thus, Hindus are natural capitalists.

The holiest number for Hindus is 108.

This is the ratio of Sun’s distance (from earth)/Sun’s diameter or Moon’s distance (from earth)/Moon’s diameter. Thus, most of our prayer beads have 108 beads.

Unlike all other major religions, we don’t have a founder. According to Hindus, the religion has no origin.


Hinduism is the only religion that is pro-science from early ages. Some of the mind-boggling advances in Hinduism texts were:

Mathematics: Search Engine Hashing Algorithms – Kathapayadi System Musicology; Concept of zero (as a number and as a marker), concept of Infinity and concept of the Decimal Number System (with a carry-forward); Pythagoras Theorem

Evolution: Contrary to most religious beliefs of God creating life, Vedic Vishnu Purana  deciphered evolution thousands of years ago in the form of Dashavataram. It starts with Matsya (Fish) and next came the Tortoise (Kurma) – the  amphibian. The next avatar is the Boar (Varaha) – symbolising the first Mammal.  The next is Narasimha (Man-lion) – the being in between the humanoid and the  mammal. Next comes Vamana (dwarf) – the primal short man, and then Parashurama  (man with an axe) – representing the first hunter-gatherers creating the first tools. Before Darwin.

Cosmology: The Big Bang theory is mentioned as early as the Rig Veda, where, in Mandala X –  the Cosmos and the ‘Golden Egg’ or the Sun, is born from the Cosmic Void – often  called as Asat (Non-being) – also meaning ‘Non-wisdom’ or Chaos.

Medicine: Ayurveda was also taught to Chinese, Greek, Roman and Persian students who  studied at the great Indian Universities as Takshila in Pakistan and Nalanda  in India – as early as 700BCE

More Interesting Facts About Hinduism You May Not Know

  • Hinduism has no concept of conversions. All the people following the faith have either willingly embraced it or acquired it by birth.
  • Hinduism has spread across many countries over the years, especially in Nepal, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Malaysia, Cambodia, Indonesia, Thailand and other South East Asian countries.
  • Hindu temples are not just architectural marvels, they are energy centers and hold great scientific significance which was proven. The usage of metals and construction patterns are proven to transmit positive energy.
  • The institution of marriage was founded and put forth by Hinduism.
  • Hinduism has reformed itself multiple times to get rid of any practices like Sati Sahagamana to suit humanity.
  • Yoga, the World’s most practiced form of spiritual and physical fitness procedure, originated from Hinduism in the Indus- Saraswati civilization 5000 years ago.
  • In Hindu cosmology, it is believed that the universe is created and destroyed in a cycle every 4.32 billion years. Quite interestingly, this period is quite close to the current scientific age of the earth.

In the End, this is what Hinduism teaches us

‘ लोका समस्ता सुखिनो भवन्तु !!! ॐ शान्तिः शान्तिः शान्तिः !!!  ‘

‘Loka Samastha Sukino Bhavantu. Om Shanti, Shanti, Shanti,

Foods That Suppress Your Cravings

Do you constantly think about food and aren’t able to resist your cravings? Well if you are trying to shed weight or just eat healthier, it’s important to keep your cravings at bay to hit the goal. Here we have listed few foods that will help you stay full for long and loose weight.

1. Almonds



Almonds are a good source of healthy fats and make for a great snack between the meals.

2. Oatmeal



It’s not funny that the whole world is talking about oats these days. There are oat cookies, cakes, breads and what not in the market. The thick and gooey texture oats have comes from a type of soluble fibre called beta-glucans. This soluble fiber is low in cholesterol and helps to keep stomach full for a longer time.

3. Cottage cheese

Cottage cheese


Cheese is a good source of protein which helps suppress the appetite. It is a healthy snack for those trying to loose weight.

4. Soup



Most of us have soup as an appetiser before meal but according to a research soup served with chunks of vegetable helps to feel full quickly and for a longer time. The act of chewing tricks the body to feel fuller.

5. Water



According to a study if you drink two glasses of water before a meal, you tend to feel full faster and burn more calories than people who drink no water at all.

6. Flax seeds

Flax seeds


Flax seeds are rich in fiber and are also rich in omega-3 fats, these seeds are also rich in protein and can help you to suppress your appetite.

7. Avocados



Avocados have creamy texture and takes time to digest, therefore helps to curb the craving for a longer time.

8. Yogurt



Creamy and thick texture of yogurt also helps to trick our brain and body into feeling fuller. You can eat it with fruits or nuts to increase the satiety factor.