The method to check the genuineness of any scripture of any religion

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  1. dattaswami5

    dattaswami5 New Member

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    Reserve bank (God) prints genuine currency notes (Genuine Scripture). Reserve bank itself gives warnings and instructions (logical analysis) to be followed to test the genuine note (Genuine Scripture) so that it is not the mixed with fake note (insertion in the scripture by human being) since fake notes are found to be inserted often in the bundle of genuine notes.

    Why My good friend (who is not interested in the analysis of scriptures) , a fan of Reserve bank (conservative devotee), should be worried about the process of testing every note (analysing every statement of scripture) that is done in every bank (Myself), taking it as insult done to the Reserve bank, when the Reserve bank itself recommends such a test? The test suggested by Reserve bank does not mean that the Reserve bank (God) itself is printing the fake notes (false insertions in scripture). Is Reserve bank itself suggesting the test to insult itself?

    The fake notes (false insertions in scriptures) are not at all printed by the Reserve bank (God) and they are printed by culprits (fraud scholars) only. The banks adopt the tests only to help everybody including My good friend, who is unnecessarily worried with the illusion that banks are insulting the Reserve bank like revolutionists! Even the owner of the gold shop himself performs the test of purity of gold, before everybody purchasing gold ornament from his shop, be the seller and purchaser are good friends with mutual trust. It is the general and normal procedure done by every owner of gold shop to create trust in every purchaser for promoting his business.

    In the case of God, the motive is not for any business, which is only for the welfare of the humanity to save it from wrong directions created by the false insertions in the scripture, which are mixed with His genuine statements. Following the advice of God Himself in conducting the logical scientific analysis to confirm the genuine statements and filter the false insertions is to be appreciated since we are following the advice of God only. In fact, we are the most conservative devotees of God. My good friend, not following the advice of God given in the scripture itself, is not a real conservative devotee of God. By not following His advice and taking the total scripture for granted without analysis, My friend is acting like a conservative devotee and not a real conservative devotee!

    The scripture in Hinduism given by God is in the form of three sacred books (Prasthana Traya): 1) the Veda, 2) the Brahma Sutras and 3) the Gita. All the three books insist the systematic scientific or logical analysis everywhere before accepting the concept from the scripture and warn against blind following without analysis.

    Let us take the Veda. The Veda is preserved by recitation and based on this simple fact, we cannot take the Veda with perfect guarantee of lacking insertions. A group of reciting scholars might have become selfish and inserted some concepts with mutual consent by passing group resolutions! You need not doubt that the Vedic hymn in the Vedic meter cannot be composed by a scholar of Sanskrit. The poet, Kalidasa, composed a Vedic hymn in the Vedic meter exactly looking as the original Vedic hymn in the drama called as ‘Shaakuntalam’. In the fourth act, while giving farewell to Shakuntala, this hymn was created by Kalidasa in the context of giving blessings to her by the sage (Ami Vedih Paritah...).

    I Myself composed hundreds of the Vedic hymns in the Vedic meters in My childhood with the accent (swara) also marked. Hence, composing the Vedic hymns in the Vedic meters is not impossible for a Sanskrit scholar. Therefore, God, the author of the Veda Himself suggests the test by analysis before taking conclusions as observed in the following Vedic statements: 1) (Vedanta Vijnana Sunishchitaarthaah...) It means that you have to test the Veda by Vijnana, which is the scientific analysis. Vijnana means scientific analysis, which is the same as logical analysis. Science and logic are one and the same. 2) The scientific or logical analysis is the characteristic of intelligence or buddhi. This is proved in the Vedic statements regarding Panchakosha. After stating that mind is great, it is stated that Buddhi or logical analysis is great (Vijnanam Brahmeti...). 3) The scientific analysis should be done before doing the practical sacrifice or even any worldly action (Vijnanam Yajnam Tanute Karmaani...). 4) Scientific analysis should be done by angels or devotees even in Nivrutti (Vijnanam Devaah...). The angels, souls in the energetic bodies, surround the energetic incarnation like Vishnu or Shiva in the upper world. The devotees, souls in materialized bodies, surround the human incarnation like Krishna and Shankara in this world. Therefore, the word angels stand for devotees in this world. 5) Blind following of the Scripture without analysis, results in a blind man leading several other blind men falling in a well (Andhenaiva neeyamaanaah...). Absence of Buddhi or logical analysis is the blindness.

    The Brahma Sutras written by sage Vyasa (considered to be Kala avataara of God) is also full of logical analysis only. In almost all the Sutras reasoning is given like: since He is the source of Scripture (Shastra Yonitvaat), since correlation can be done (Tattu Samanvayaat…), since it is impossible to say that He is the soul (Netaronupapatteh) etc. In one Brahma Sutra, it is said that logic or reasoning is inevitable because if you say that logic is to be avoided since it is endless, this rejection of logic is also based on the reason that logic is endless, which is logic in itself (Tarkaapratishthanaat netichet evamapyavimokshaprasangah). The Brahma Sutras are the total logical analysis of the Veda (Upanishats).


    The Gita also says that the Brahma Sutras give final conclusions through logical analysis called ‘hetu’ (Brahmasutrapadaih...). At the end of the Gita, Lord says that Arjuna should analyse all the statements of the Gita without neglecting any, before taking the decision, without any force from His side (Vimrushyaitat...). In fact, the Gita starts with Buddhi Yoga, the logical analysis, by which only one can attain God (Dadami Buddhi Yogam...).

    Analysis Should Be applied to All Scriptures of Different Religions

    All this analysis should be applied to all the scriptures existing in different religions also in this world. Then only the uniform spiritual knowledge given by one God in all the worldly scriptures comes out solving the differences between religions, which alone establishes the world peace forever. Such unique and uniform knowledge given by the single God through the scriptures of all the religions can alone be called as the sealed scripture or the final word of the scripture.
     
  2. bhaktajan

    bhaktajan Active Member

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    Very nice analogy.

    As I have known the terms:
    Jnana means theoretical knowledge, and vijnana means realised knowledge.
     

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