Kalyug book

Lord Krishn ascended to His Divine abode at the end of dwaparyug and immediately kaliyug started in BC. Krishn lived for over years. He descended on the earth planet in BC. The Pandavas, after winning the Mahabharat war, ruled for 36 years and 8 months. Accordingly, the date of Mahabharat war comes to BC. History of Hastinapur. The kingdom of Hastinapur, after Chemak, was constantly ruled by the people who took over the throne.

Luckily this book was saved from going into the hands of the British, otherwise it would have been instantly destroyed. The proprietor of the magazine printed the entire description in two of its issues called kiran 19 and 20 of The description is detailed to year-month-days of each and every king who ruled.

By adding the total number of years of the four dynasties from Yudhishthir to Vikramaditya, it comes to 3, years which is Kali era or 39 AD, which represents the date when Vikramaditya left this earth planet. There is only a difference of 24 years in the date-wise record of 70 kings who ruled Hastinapur for 3, years. A discrepancy of 24 years in 3, years of record could be a copying or printing mistake, and is thus negligible when we are dealing with a longer span of years.

In this way the predicted period of the dynasties of Magadh and the historic records of the dynasties of Hastinapur correspond with each other and justify their correctness, and vice versa. This is only a section of the magazine.

It gives full date-wise detail of each and every king who ruled Hastinapur from Yudhishthir up to Vikramaditya. This is one of the rarest records that survived through this magazine. We have taken the beginning of kaliyug as the fixed point to determine the chronological dates of the events, kings, Divine dignitaries and the important personalities of our history. It is a common understanding that kaliyug started about 5, years ago in round figures and we never had any problems in the past in accepting this fact.

But only after the arrival of the English people in India, all sorts of baseless criticisms started regarding our history and religion that were promoted and fostered by them. We had hundreds of such evidences regarding the date of Mahabharat war and the beginning of kaliyug in our history books that were destroyed by the British, still we have more than enough material to fully establish this fact.

It gives all the three eras: Kali era, Vikram era and Shalivahan Shak era.It introduces actor Kunal Khemuin his debut film as an adult actor. The movie was a super hit at box office. It featured the fictional porn website indiapasssion. Many scenes and basic plot of the movie is inspired from Hollywood movie, 8mm. Pushkaran and Kunal re-locate to Bombay, where they live in a small room.

This is where Kunal grows up, and gets a job at a gym. Then one day, the police knock on his door, informing him that his father had lost his hold from a crowded local train, fallen, and instantly killed. A devastated Kunal arranges his father's funeral, and before he could reconcile to living alone, his relatives contact him from Jammu, informing him that his father had promised to look after a young woman named Renuka Smiley Suri.

Kunal agrees to fulfill his father's promise. When Renuka arrives, she finds out about the untimely death, and wants to return, but ticket reservation forces her to stay with Kunal for a week.

It is this week that changes their lives, for they fall in love and get married. They stay the first night at a hotel, where they encounter Johnny Ashutosh Rana whom tells the manager to book them into the honeymoon suite. It is there where they consummate their marriage.

However, a few nights later, police storm into their house and arrest the two for interrogation.

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It is revealed that their intimite night at the hotel was secretly recorded and uploaded onto a porn website, with the video receiving many views. Kunal realizes that Johnny was responsible for having them exploited.

Meanwhile, Renuka is forced by the police to sign the papers and testify against him, making her believe Kunal was responsible for this. As she is led out, she encounters Kunal who tells her the truth and begs for her not to sign those papers. All these feelings of guilt, embarrassment, and confusion proves too much for Renuka as she then jumps of the ledge and commits suicide in front of Kunal. Kunal is then sent to prison as he refuses to admit the false charge.

Kunal is later able to prove himself innocent and decides to track down Johnny and his team to get revenge. It is revealed that Johnny is working for a businesswoman Simi Roy, who secretly is the porn-website creator. Kunal comes across Ali Emraan Hashmi a modern-day punk, who runs an adults only shop. In his shop, Kunal sees a magazine featuring a pornstar he had seen on the same website where his and Renuka's video was featured.

He uses Ali's help to track down the girl. Kunal and Ali track the girl down in a bar where she is a singer, suddenly Kunal finds a young girl being held hostage and beats up the bodyguards but he gets hit by Simi Roy's car. The next day, Kunal overhears Simi fighting with her abusive daughter Tanya about being drunk and doing sexual activities with her girlfriend Jessica. Kunal then asks Simi about the blue film porn website but Simi lies to him and explains that she has nothing to do with it.

The girl is revealed to be Anny Deepal Shaw and reveals to Kunal that after her hometown got destroyed in the Gujarat earthquake killing her parents, her uncle sells her to Johnny and his friend Vick for money against her will. She tries to escape but is quickly captured and forced to enter the porn industry to be exploited. Kunal and Ali lure Johnny and his goons into a trap and start a furious fight. Ali is fatally stabbed by Johnny, but is able to seize the same blade and kill Johnny and his men.

Before dying, Ali reveals that Simi Roy is the main mastermind behind the pornography website and also runs the red light district. Kunal asks Tanya for help and in return he would help her ruin Simi's life.

Simi who is watching the TV seeing her own daughter on her porn website feels devastated and is confronted by Kunal and Tanya where Tanya kills Simi. Kunal is free of charges and starts a new life with Anny.Kalyug by R. I was not entirely sure I would like this book when I first read the description, but I decided to give it a try.

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I was completely taken by surprise. Sreeram, was definitely not what I was expecting. Think House of Cards meets Balamurali Selvam is the protagonist, an author who penned Indiaa book about a fictitious coup happening in India.

His book is banned and he is persecuted. So much for freedom of speech. A few years after the debaucle and still haunted by the memories, Selvam is now living in infamy until he is contacted by a stranger who claims that the incidents he wrote about in his book are going to take place.

Selvam is offered a ring side seat to watch the real coup unfold in India.

kalyug book

He is let in on a conspiracy of the most massive scale that involves the overhaul of the present corrupt and inefficient government: Operation Kalyug. A military coup. A national emergency: a state of rule where the President takes over the governance of the country complete autonomy? All this fueled by the death of a single honorable man: a Major-General Qureshi. In the midst of this chaos Selvam is left wondering: Was it murder?

Or did the Major-General commit suicide? If so, why? He ends up finding himself as a pawn in a game of power and politics. The story starts off slow but then steamrolls into surprising twists. With all the flashbacks and multiple storylines it ends up being slightly hard to follow. But in the end the pieces fall together perfectly.

Sreeram draws a lot of funny parallels with reality: the nepotistic ruling political party in the book, with a manipulative woman as top brass and an almost mute puppet Prime Minister of India.

The author also narrowly avoids a potential awkward love story that could have maybe added zilch to the story. The plot is amazing. And so intricate! A coup in India? The idea seemed rather far fetched and fantastical to me also to B. Part of me was incredulous but the curiously fascinated part of me persisted. Home About. Search for:. Sreeram My rating: 4 of 5 stars I was not entirely sure I would like this book when I first read the description, but I decided to give it a try.

By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Cookie Policy.The trains are increasingly late, which impacts the flow of life in the village. More of the trains run through the night, further disrupting life.

Besides the trains, another major difference is the construction of a military barricade near the railway station. Machine guns are placed on each side of the barricade, and no one is allowed near.

The guards on the train call immediately for the subinspector and Hukum Chandwho arrive with an escort of 50 armed policemen. The people of Mano Majra gather and discuss the mysterious train, but no one gives them any answers. Most of the villagers go to the gurdwara, where Meet Singh, Imam Bakshand the lambardar, named Banta Singhhold court. As the villagers talk amongst themselves, a police officer comes and demands that everyone bring their firewood and kerosene oil to trucks parked at the railroad station.

For hours they wait, completely abandoning their daily routine and chores. Finally night falls, casting everything in darkness. The frustrated Mano Majrans go into their homes, ready for bed, but suddenly red and orange flames leap into the night sky.

A soft breeze begins to waft the smell of burning wood, kerosene, and searing flesh through the village. Everyone in Mano Majra can recognize the smell of burning bodies, and they sit in silence, knowing that the train came from Pakistan.

That night, for the first time in the history of Mano Majra, Imam Baksh does not perform his evening prayer. At the rest house, the horror and death the train from Pakistan contained is taking a toll on Hukum Chand. The sight of that many dead men, women, and children at first makes him numb, but as the night settles in, so does his depression.

Grisly images of carnage from the train come back and haunt him. His experiences with death in his personal life make the mass murder on the train difficult to deal with. He tells his servants to sleep in the rooms around his own room, almost as if they are talismans against his fear. As everyone prepares for bed, Haseena, her grandmother, and their posse of musicians arrive at the rest house. He makes Haseena lie down in his bed, and clings to her as he falls asleep.

kalyug book

The next morning, the sound of thunder awakens Hukum Chand. At first he welcomes the coming rain, as this monsoon season was poor, but then he remembers the fire burning the corpses from the train. Remembering the yards of dead frightens, but then he sees Haseena sleeping in a chair. As Chand completes his morning routine, the subinspector announces his presence.

He reports that the fire reduced the corpses from the train into bones and ashes, and that he forbid the villagers from going near the bridge or the railway station.Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

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Sreeram Goodreads Author. He looked at his gun once more. The helplessness left him, in its place was a hardened resolve that he would still have the final say.

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A third option. The middle-finger to the middlemen who had driven him to this. A few moments later, Major General Iqbal Qureshi fired the shot that shook the nations conscience. The death of a decorated war veteran, one of India's foremost He looked at his gun once more. The death of a decorated war veteran, one of India's foremost military officials, triggers a chain of events that threatens to spiral out of control.

The democratically-elected government is overthrown and a new one is formed in its place. A fierce and pure regime that promises it's people the kind of governance they have been deprived of.

Operation Kalyug has begun. Caught in the middle is Bala Murali Selvam, a writer who is still tormented by the memories of his persecution at the hands of the erstwhile-establishment. As the new government battles factions fighting for control, international intervention, personal agendas and incompatible motives, Selvam is swept along, a bewildered-pawn in a high-stakes game. Forced to question everything he has believed so far, even his innate sense of justice, Selvam struggles to choose sides.

Will his instincts fail him when he needs them the most? Get A Copy. Paperbackpages. More Details Other Editions 1. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Kalyugplease sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.The widespread belief that an age is ending and a new one dawning is part of a cyclical concept of time common to most philosophical cultures.

The purpose of this article is to clarify some of the confusion that exists around them, to set out the actual figures as given by Eastern and Western authorities, and to discourage unthinking acceptance of a currently popular theory. In his Works and Days lines he describes the ages as a cycle of decline, from Golden to Silver, Bronze, and Iron.

He adds the interesting idea that these ages do not only change the quality of life, but the after-death state of humans. The people of the Golden and Silver Ages, when they died, became spirits who watch over and benefit the human race. The people of the Bronze Age were not immortal in that sense, but went down to a twilight existence in Hades.

But this did not stem the degeneration for the rest of mankind, which hurtled down to the nadir of the Iron Age. For Hesiod it was too soon to tell their after-death fate, but things were not looking good for them. Post-classical culture learned of the Four Ages mainly through Virgil and Ovid. In the first book of his Metamorphoses I, Ovid describes them and their races as declining in happiness and virtue until the universal Deluge. After that a new order of humans, animals, and plants was raised up from the earth.

Now comes the last age, sung by the Cumaean Sibyl: The great order of ages starts anew. Eclogue IV, The Abrahamic religions Judaism, Christianity, Islam do not share the pagan concept of multiple cycles of creation and destruction. Monotheisms have room only for one cycle, with the Garden of Eden before the Fall as equivalent to the Golden Age.

To continue the parallel, the Silver Age might be that of the biblical patriarchs who were still intimate with God; the Bronze Age that of the prophets and sacred kings; the Iron Age, from the Babylonian exile up to the present day.

Jews have their corresponding Messianic expectation. All three religions promise that in the end God will set things right, or in pagan language, that the reign of Cronos will return. If this were so there would be no seasons, but equal day and night throughout the year. Plants and trees would fruit continuously, and the years would pass uncounted.

Eternity could well describe the human experience of time under such conditions, which ceased when the axis was knocked off kilter. It will be restored at the next Golden Age, when the earth resumes its proper axial position.

Hindu tradition has its own version of the Four Ages, and it was probably from there that it reached the Greeks and other Indo-European peoples. The Puranas and Laws of Manu agree that the four Yugas are in the proportion The Vishnu Purana gives their durations in divine years, each counting for human years, as follows: 3. To relate these durations to history we need an actual date, and this is supplied by the Hindu astronomers. From that we can calculate that the transition to the Golden Age will occur aroundCE.

It hardly seems worth bothering about something so far outside the time-scale of human experience. But before we dismiss these figures as pure fantasy, we should know that they are not peculiar to Hinduism.

Some of them appear in very different contexts, with such precision that there is no question of chance coincidence. Berossus, who records the Babylonian chronology, was a priest of Bel and had a school of astronomy on the island of Kos in the third century BCE. He gives the figures for the reigns of the ten Assyrian kings who preceded the Flood: they totalyears. So the number of warriors gathered in Valhalla on the last day is again the number of years in the Kali Yuga, the last age of the Maha Yuga cycle.

One breach in the conventional view is due to Ernest McClain, one of the most original and ingenious researchers of our time. He has uncovered evidence of a kind of multidisciplinary game played with these self-same numbers which hinges on musical tuning systems. Those in the know included the Babylonians, the Vedic poets, Plato, the compilers of the Hebrew scriptures, the earliest Christians and Gnostics, and whoever gave the Quran its present form. McClain is a radical with regard to the history of ideas, but even more so are the Traditionalists, who take the numbers not as a philosophical game but as encoding precise knowledge of cosmic and historical time-cycles.About the author : Bibhu Dev Misra is a graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology and the Indian Institute of Management and has been working as an Information Technology consultant for more than 14 years.

He is also an independent researcher and writer on topics related to ancient civilizations, myths, symbols, science and religion. His research has taken him to many places of historical interest across the globe.

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The journey of Jagannath from India to Egypt. The Yuga Cycle doctrine tells us that we are now living in the Kali Yuga; the age of darkness, when moral virtue and mental capabilities reach their lowest point in the cycle. Men turn to wickedness; disease, lethargy, anger, natural calamities, anguish and fear of scarcity dominate. Penance, sacrifices and religious observances fall into disuse. All creatures degenerate. Change passes over all things, without exception.

All mankind could attain to supreme blessedness. The universal soul was White… the identification of self with the universal soul was the whole religion of the Perfect Age. Mankind sought truth and performed religious ceremonies; they obtained what they desired by giving and by doing.

The Veda was divided into four parts, and although some had knowledge of the four Vedas, others knew but three or one.

Mind lessened, Truth declined, and there came desire and diseases and calamities; because of these men had to undergo penances. It was a decadent Age by reason of the prevalence of sin. And now we are living in the dark times of the Kali Yuga, when goodness and virtue has all but disappeared from the world. But when did the Kali Yuga begin? And when does it end? In spite of the elaborate theological framework which describes the characteristics of this age, the start and end dates of the Kali Yuga remain shrouded in mystery.

The popularly accepted date for the beginning of the Kali Yuga is BC, thirty-five years after the conclusion of the great battle of the Mahabharata. It is of interest to note that in both of these cases the beginning dates of the respective cycles were calculated retrospectively.

And in India, sometime around CE, a major review of the Indian calendric systems had taken place. It was during this time that the renowned astronomer Aryabhatta had identified the beginning date of the Kali Yuga as BC. Why was it suddenly necessary for two ancient civilizations to re-calculate dates that should have been an integral part of their calendric systems?

How did such important time-markers slip out of their collective memory? We will revisit these questions later.


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