And thus begins life “THE DANCE OF SACRED WATERS”

In Sanskrit, the word for sacred water is “APAH”.
it is praised in Rigvedaas the all-pervading elements in existence
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Here, There Everything Is Water.
All Cosmic Elements Are, Water.
The Cosmic Life Energy Is Water.
All Food Is Water.
The Life Preserving Nectar Is Water Too.

The two teams of astrophysicists that found the quasar were looking out in space a distance of12 billion light-years. That means they were also looking back in time 12 billion years, to when the universes itself was just 1.6 billion years old. They were watching water being formed at the very start of the known universe, which is to say, water was one of the first substances formed, created in galactic volumes from the earliest time. Given water’s creative power to shape geology, climate, and biology, that is dramatic.

The two teams of astrophysicists that found the quasar were looking out in space a distance of12 billion light-years. That means they were also looking back in time 12 billion years, to when the universes itself was just 1.6 billion years old. They were watching water being formed at the very start of the known universe, which is to say, water was one of the first substances formed, created in galactic volumes from the earliest time. Given water’s creative power to shape geology, climate, and biology, that is dramatic.

Water, water everywhere.

Around 75% of all atoms in our galaxy are hydrogen, and it is the most common element in the universe. Oxygen is the third most common element in space, albeit making up only about 1% of the total sum of all the atoms that are out there. Water (H2O) is made of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. Thus, it should be no surprise that water is everywhere and that it played a key role in the formation and evolution of our planetary system.

In the beginning everywhere on Earth, Humanity gathered and matured into great intellectual and material civilization on the banks of the great ancient rivers. In the earliest known ancient history of India, the great urban civilization; the Indus or Saraswati river civilization goes back to more than 5000 years from the present.

These great Rivers have been the parent and the nurturer of the society, perceived and honored as a mother in Indian traditions. Saraswati, Indus, Narmada, Ganga, Yamuna, Godavari, Cauvery, Krishna are some such great rivers of India on the banks of which amazing cultures developed and thrived. On the banks of these mighty rivers, dependent on the fresh running water and its’ resources civilizations grew in farming, pottery, wooden works, and other life support crafts. Art and culture developed to express the joys of life. The society Matured and prospered economically in trade using the water bodies as the medium of local transport and via sea connecting even with faraway nations.

Our great ancient civilizations were the joyous expression of dancing and the gurgling flow of freshwater running on earth. These civilizations were great because they prospered with reverence

to the sacred rivers, they practiced caution and care not to disturb the delicate ecology of elements and existence. They held the spirit of rivers as sacred and divine for the life-giving and life-nurturing qualities. The ancient Indians recognized and honoured water as a living spiritual entity and had strict rules for preserving the sanctity of the sacred rivers and water bodies.

The knowledge of farming, cultivation, life sciences, architecture, medicine, arts and crafts; pottery, wood, and stone working, metallurgy reached to the finest level of understanding and skills. The entire system was carefully grounded into the laws of elements, Earth, her climate, natural the phenomenon, the sun, the moon, micro, and macro universe, winds, and waters, Earth’s the magnetic field, vegetation, and animals.

There were great universities openly sharing knowledge with the world. All activities were based on the practical knowledge as well as the intuitive knowledge that was gained by the intense practice of union of the human mind with the cosmic mind, simply defined in one small Sanskrit word – “yoga”.

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In Sanskrit the word for sacred water is “APAH”. it is praised in Rigvedaas the all pervading elements in existence.


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