Saturday, January 19, 2013

My concept of making money in an Enterprise:





            I believe Money ( Principal investment ) and Knowledge are easiest tools to make any amount of money. Huge investment of money in product or service industry can fetch lots of return on investment in less time.

But my concept of making money in an enterprise is simple. It’s the shrewd way of making money in a slow and steady pace.

  • Very minimal investment.
  • Lots of domain knowledge of small group of associates.
  • Knowledge about how industry works.
  • Outsourced projects with good profit margin through currency conversion rates.
  • Internet marketing through search engines like google.
  • Repeat customers and customer referrals.

So I believe in a concept of making money just with “knowledge”.

Sunday, January 6, 2013

My Research on Hinduism

Brahma


Vishnu


Shiva



           Hinduism is a way of life rather than a Religion itself. But in reality I see that Hindus are all split into small groups fighting with each other for their own ideals.

             We have three Gods in Hinduism namely  Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva for creation, protection, destruction.

Saivam – Shiva, Sakthi,  Muruga, Vinayaga

Vainavam – Vishnu and his incarnations :

 1)     Matsya, the fish
       2)     Kurma, the tortoise
       3)     Varaha, the boar
       4)     Narasimha, the half-man/half-lion
       5)     Vamana, the dwarf
       6)     Parashurama, Rama with the axe
       7)     Rama, Ramachandra, the prince and king of Ayodhya
       8)     Krishna, was the eighth son of Devaki and Vasudev
       9)     Buddha is also an avatar of Vishnu in many Hindu scriptures 
      10)    Kalki ("Eternity", or "White Horse", or "Destroyer of Filth"), is the final incarnation of Vishnu

According to Hindu scriptures, all mortal beings are destined to pass through four great epochs in every cycle of creation and destruction. This divine cycle turns full-circle at the end of what is known as kalpa. A kalpa is a yuga cycle, which is a period of 10,000 divine years, and is divided into four ages or yugas.

About the 4 Yugas:

     The four great epochs in Hinduism are: Satya Yuga, Treta Yuga, Dwapar Yuga and Kali Yuga. Satya Yug or the Age of Truth is said to last for four thousand divine years, Treta Yuga for three thousand, Dwapara Yug for two thousand and Kali Yuga will last for one thousand divine Years that equals to 432,000 earthly years. 

Hindu society has been categorized into four classes, called varnas. They are,

Brahmins:  Vedic Teachers and Priests;
Kshatriyas:  Warriors, Nobles, and Kings;
Vaishyas:  Farmers, merchants, and businessmen;
Shudras:  Servants and labourers.

          Bhagavad Gita says 4 castes a Head, Hand, Leg, Body and those four castes should work to work as a human body like ROBO in India.

           Scientists say a lakh years before there were all aboriginals in this world. And we have started counting years only 3000 years before. We have detailed history only for past 10,000 years.
When we teach our kids about evolution of human beings and culture, I don’t think this 10,000 years history is enough to explain all about human evolution.

Evolution of Hinduism over  10,000 years:

Siva, Vinayaga ( B.C 20,000 Years )

Ram ( B.C 10,000 Years )

Muruga (B.C 5000 Years )

Krishna ( B.C 3500 Years )

          Very first god in Hinduism is Shiva and then Vinayaga (Rig veda). There were Aarians in North India who followed Vainavam  that’s Vishnu and Brahma. There were Dravidians in South India (Tamilnadu, Kerala, karnataka, Andhrapradesh) who followed Saivam that’s Shiva, Sakthi, Muruga, Vinayaga.

          Both these Aarians and Dravidians merged with each other to form todays the modern day Hinduism.

           Now Kerala, Karnataka, Andhrapradesh states have deformed into Vainavam from Saivam.  Now only Tamilnadu is left to follow Saivam in South India.

            So now we have all Saivam and Vaianavam gods in Hinduism with no difference.

Saturday, January 5, 2013

Wings to Dream World



We can describe our dreamland to be,

1)      Peaceful
2)      Blissful
3)      Ecstatic
4)      Silent  (no other language other than love )
5)      Having lots of fun with Parties and Music.

            There may be a gap between what kind of environment ( Dream world ) where we want to live and where exactly we are. We always tune our life towards our dream world with or without our knowledge.

            Even if the environment we live is not similar to the dreamland, we can achieve what we get in dream world if we attain individual peace, bliss through tools like enlightenment.

            Bliss (Aanandham) is a floating mesmeristic state which can be achieved through deep meditation with self realization, self awareness and enlightenment . This is the means of achieving bliss in an environment which is not exactly like your dreamland.