Scientific understanding of certain myths

by Ana Lopez

Science can shed scientific light on mythology

Brahmand Darshan -Dr. J. J. Rawal

There is a beautiful large and shaped lake (lake) near Lonar village in Buldhana district of Maharashtra, it is called Lonar Sarovar. It has a circumference of about eight km and a diameter of about two km, and a depth of about 1,000 feet. If you look at it, it creates a spectacle. Do not feel like moving away from there. Its edge is round and high. After monsoon, there is greenery. The beauty of Lonar lake at that time is indescribable. It is a bird-sanctuary. It has been filled with water lately. This water is 50,000 years old. It is immediately clear that such a lake is not man-made. That it is a nature-made lake, as is Mansarovar, is immediately apparent. Its appearance itself is divine. People did not know about the existence of such a lake, so created the story of Lavanasur Rakshasa. People’s imagination should be saluted. The name of Lonar village itself is derived from the name of this Lonar Sarovar and Lavanasur.
Legend has it that an asura named Lavanasura lived in that province. He pleased Bholanath and asked for a boon that he could not be killed by any weapon. Then Lavanasur became defiant. People started to get angry. Even the gods started to get angry. The Devas then went to Lord Vishnu and prayed to be saved from the torment of this demon. Lord Vishnu promised him to save the demon from his torture. When Lavanasura heard that Lord Vishnu was coming to kill him, he dug a huge pit and hid in it and closed the pit with a big lid. Just left a hole so that air can come through. Lavansura felt that no one could kill him with any kind of weapon. So it is safe.
Lord Vishnu came there and saw that the demon had dug a pit and was hiding in it, Lord Vishnu went around the pit and saw that there was a small well in it. So Lord Vishnu assumed the form of a dwarf and descended from the well into that pit. The demon was blessed that he would not be killed by any weapons so the dwarf Vishnu Bhagavan put his toe in his navel and knocked him down with a mighty round. Lavanasura died… When he died his soul went out with a very terrible breath. Its force was such that the lid of the pit bounced and fell some distance away. Lord Vishnu stuck his toe into the demon’s navel and spun it around so that his toe was strained and bleeding. Gangaji appeared as a spring there to clean the blood emanating from Lord’s finger. A spring flows from the mountain near Lonar lake. Water flows continuously in it, the same Gangaji that comes to clean the blood from Lord’s toes. This place has become a great pilgrimage. This story of Lavanasura and Lonarsarova is in the Padmapurana by scholars Fredrickson, Narendra Bhandari, J.J. Rawal and his colleague S. Ramadurai has researched this beautiful large and famous Lonarlake and proved it to be a meteorite as Khayyingni Inlapabhin Bhafiin, Meteor Impact Crater. A small asteroid (meteorite) only 150 feet across has hit there in a sagittal direction and created a huge meteorite. A small meteorite means that the dwarf Lord Vishnu has hit there like an arrow coming from an archery direction. The small hole made by the same Lavanasur Rakshasa.
The asteroid was orbiting when it hit, throwing millions of tons of dust into the atmosphere. Two or three pieces of that asteroid fell side by side, forming a shallow meteoroid, and the crater lid that fell nearby from the demon’s dying breath formed a saucer-like meteoroid. In fact, when the asteroid that landed next to the Ganges, when it hit the earth, it exerted so much pressure on the ground and the mountain that an abyss broke out on the mountain at that place and a spring of water was produced from the mountain. Scientist Narendra Bhandari and his colleagues have proved that the Lonar Ulkakund (Lonar Lake) was formed by a meteorite impact there 50,000 years ago.
The Moon itself has a basaltic meteorite, the Lonar meteorite of its type formed in a basaltic field. It is a beautiful, huge, magnificent, lake-shaped, divine and special meteorite on Earth. It is produced by cosmic forces, so it is a truly divine meteorite on Earth. To see the Lonar meteorite, you need to go to the moon to see the meteorite
No, because it is a vivid replica of a meteorite on the moon.
There is a temple of sleeping Hanumanji near the Lonar meteorite. Hanumanji sleeps like Gautama Buddha sleeping there. Legend has it that Hanumanji once got tired and lay down here to rest for a while. In fact this is a four-five feet long sheela. When the asteroid that formed the Lonar meteorite came to hit the ground there, it was at a high speed and due to the enormous gravity of the earth and the friction of the earth’s atmosphere, it fell loose and a four to five foot piece of it fell there. The same sleeping Hanumanji is actually a piece of meteorite. If you take a magnet to it, you will find that it is a meteorite. But people made a story of that meteorite fragment as Hanumanji sleeping.
Maruti also lies on the banks of the Triveni Sangam Ganga-Jamna-Saraswati at Tirtharaja Prayagaraj (Allahabad). Thousands and lakhs of people come to have darshan of Hanumanji and the temple pays Rs. 20, Rs. 50, Rs. 100 thousand currency notes offered to him. The faith of our people is strong. No one imbibes a single attribute of Hanumanji, but offers Rs notes to those who do not need it. No one will give to the needy. There, the boat mafia extorts thousands of rupees going to Trivenisangam, but the boat drivers are only their servants on their daily wages. Even the auto rickshaw pullers commit rampant robbery, the government does not see all this, the local government officials do not see anything. Pandas charge thousands of rupees to perform rituals. Children do not keep it when the parents are there and perform Shraddhakriya after death. Who knows who goes to heaven and who goes to hell. Monks and monks of temples and ashrams live a luxurious life without working. Dirt, every kind of filth is rampant in shrines. Not many temples have the kind of purity, peace and divinity seen in the Golden Temple of Amritsar. All kinds of trades and transactions are going on around the temple. Sleeping Hanumanji earns more than upright Hanumanji. Tirupati, Ambaji, Dwarika, Somnath, Padmanabha temple Saibaba temple, Swaminarayan temple, Vaishnodevi temple, Srinathji temple collect crores of rupees, it is not known how much is used for the welfare of the poor for the welfare of the people. A little goes a long way. But they don’t happen as they should.
There is a rumor that Gangaji comes every year to bathe Lord Hanuman at Trivenisangam in Prayagraj. That sleeping Hanumanji is in his plane on the banks of the Ganges, so what is surprising in that, for the Ganges to flood every year, water enters the temple? Yes, it is a different thing if the temple is fifty feet high and water comes there. Therefore, when the Ganga floods, all the ghats are under water, whether it is the coastal ghats of Varanasi (Kashi, Banaras) or the ghats of Prayagraj, one has to believe that Gangaji and Trivenisangam are divine visions.

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