By driving i mean your vehicles–the things that people take pride in. To the fools that take pride in their two, four and many wheeled fucking vehicles–know this that you are playing with your life.
The Rolls may be the BEST WHEELS on the PLANET but it is not good enough for MAN as NATURE NEVER INTENDED IT. For movement she gave you LEGS and not mercs, rovers and the rest. SO THINK!
Much before vehicles were invented people rode on horses and other animals. I am certain that these people dint live very long. Any form of riding is dangerous by the fact that it it puts a strain on body organs. Only if the movement is slow then the ride is good. But now speed is more important than one’s very health. And even more dangerous is when you eat and then ride or eat while riding. Only after your digestion is complete one can start riding but still it is not good. Any animal knows that after eating it has to take rest but the moron man eager to poke his prick ignores everything and meets with a quick death.
Now we have all the riding clubs whose motto is ”TWO WHEELS MOVE THE SOUL” but i would rather say “TWO WHEELS MOVE YOUR CORPSE.” These people dont know what the fuck they are doing and are in VERY DEEP SHIT. Another worse thing is TRAVELING BY AIR. The only vehicle ever designed by Rishis for land use was bullock carts.
Now you might laugh at me for mentioning bullock carts in this space age as you think its speed is not enough. But remember this: IF YOU TAKE A CAREFREE ATTITUDE TOWARDS LIFE, LIFE WILL ALSO TAKE A CAREFREE ATTITUDE TOWARDS YOU.
Apart from this, under the merciless ego of the magnanimous man his vehicles wheels and the vehicle itself causes death to his fellow creatures. Such is the kind of person who talks about protecting nature, wildlife and other bullshit, as if he is some BIG PRICK. I certainly believe that nature would go much better without the moron man than with him. Now, seeing that earth wont satisfy his ignorance he is planning to make other planets his home. Do you remember the story of the woodcutter who cuts the very branch he is sitting on. Now you can guess who the woodcutter is.
If there is any UNGRATEFUL CREATURE in this whole world that would be we HUMANS. Ever unsatisfied with the things he has he pokes his prick everywhere and brings it under his cruel control. Because of his greed he is threatening the existence of his fellow creatures as well as the very earth that is supporting him. Now the bastard man is planning to POKE HIS PRICK in other planets to PURSUE HIS ROTTEN GREED. And he thinks he is smart.
In the natural world it is the LIGHT OF THE SUN that regulated life and it was not available at night. So the need to have a different source of light was felt. Initially fire was a natural happening, then man artificially built the first fire and since then there was no turning back. And among the things which man made believing that it will enhance his life is ARTIFICIAL LIGHT.
Now if you look at the many sources of light, one that is soothing is the light of natural fire. The fire which was then made by burning wood transformed into fire by oil. This too had a natural quality to it and one could stare at it for hours without any harm.
Now in the Vishu Kani its dramatism lies in th effect that natural light produces when we see it before seeing anything else at early morning when it is dark. It looks divine isn’t it. The words like Deva, Devi, Divya, Deepam all derived from light which means SHINING ONES.
In traditional houses in bharat an oil lamp would be kept burning through out the day. Now with the coming of electric light man is controlling time. BPOs is a classic example of this and the damage it does to the body. The white light that is emitted from tubelights and bulbs suppresses certain chemicals which induces sleep and one cannot sleep properly. Now we have LED white lights and the light emitted by computer monitors which is even worse. The safest among electric lights is the incandescent bulbs which produces a golden yellow light when the filament inside it gets heated.
Lamps are best lit using ghee and sesame oils. But i think it is best to eat it rather than burning it. As for me i like darkness; it is in the womb of darkness that light appears and disappears.
See, clothes were designed in Bharat taking into consideration several factors by our Rishis. One such factor is the weather. Since Bharat is a tropical country where sun shines all the time except during the monsoons, keeping the body cool became a priority. Hence our Rishis advocated single sheet of uncut and unstitched or unsewn clothes. Unstitched clothes is neither too tight nor too loose, and it allows for the easy flow of blood as well as cooling the body with air. The materials used were cotton and silk and not the synthetic ones which is being freely used now. How people wore this differed from region to region in Bharat.
Since clothes can enhance the aura of a person weavers wove gold thread on the fabric which is known as kasavu in malayalam (see the paintings above). Hence in kerala we have the kasavu or gold brocaded mundum neriyathum and saree. Neriyathu is the shorter cloth worn on the upper part of the body.
Now, after metals comes medicines. Yes! Haven’t you heard of medicine mixed garments. Weavers in Thiruvananthapuram, kerala mix herbs and spices so that the medicine enters the body through the skin and healing happens.
Such was how meticulously clothes in Bharat were designed. Now due to the muslim influence we started sewing/stitching clothes. Our dressing styles degraded to such an extent that after the coming of britishers we started wearing neck ties, which we call kanth langot. Wearing socks and shoes is said to cause eye diseases and affects our consciousness. Thats why our rishis wore wooden sandals or padukas. It also had designs on it to have an acupressure effect. Thats the genius of our Rishis.
Have you heard this song: Merā jūtā hai Jāpānī, ye patlūn Inglistānī, Sar pe lāl ṭopī Rūsī, phir bhī dil hai Hindustānī (My shoes are Japanese, these trousers are English; The red cap on my head is Russian, but still my heart is Indian. If everything that he is wearing is foreignthen what good is is it in having an Indian heart. It is like being without roots. In todays circumstances one can add ‘ mein bolta hoon hinglish (I speak hinglish) – where one doesnt speak ones pure language whether it is hindi or malayalam. Everything is adulterated. Now if we don’t stop it we will lose our identity and much more.
DO YOU KNOW THAT LANGUAGE AFFECTS DIGESTION? How so? Just say a name of some food item you like and see if your mouth is watering. It means that your stomach is preparing to digest that food, that too even before eating it. Now say the same word in a different language, no watering happens. It means the body’s DIGESTIVE RESPONSE is RUINED. It means you are damaging yourself and your generations to come. SO FIRST TEACH YOUR CHILDREN YOUR MOTHER TONGUE and NOT ENGLISH or any other BLOODY FOREIGN LANGUAGE.
I think we are caught in between the past and the future.
COLOUR OF YOUR CLOTHES
Traditionally people of bharat wore white clothes. This the best colour. But if you like to wear coloured clothes then it best to wear them according to the colours of the days.
The colors relate to certain days of the week and astrological planets. A person should wear clothes of appropriate color for each day of the week, in order to absorb the planetary energy in the light in a positive way. For instance, to calm down the mind, which in Vedic astrology relates to the Moon, the person should dress in white clothes on Monday, which is the day of the Moon. Tuesday relates to Mars, so red or orange is the best color on that day. Wednesday is Mercury and green color while Thursday people can dress in yellow and get the blessings of Jupiter. Friday relates to Venus so it is good to wear purple and bright colors. Saturday is the day of Saturn, and best for blue, black, and dark colors. Sunday is a dark red color for the Sun. – Vasant Lad
For more on the spiritual aspects of wearing clothes read:
Mundu is the classic case of a dress modified for practical purposes and thats the genius of malayalees or keralites. Here’s a song praising the mundu.
The Song of the Lungi
When in white, you are my formal wear.
When in design, you are a festival!
What good are those trousers?!
If I wrap you around my head,
you become a turban.
You are a blanket if I am cold.
And a sail when the wind is good.
After I play in the sea,
you become my towel.
A flag when I wave
A trap to catch the mango!
Ready for Cricket when I fold you in half,
Ready for hanging when I twist you as a rope
ready as bed when I’m struck at fairs
You become a shawl when I need modesty
and a carrying bag during a loot.
The trousers are no good!
Inspired by the “Trousers are no Good!” folksong, which in turn is inspired by the classic “Neenarigadeyo Ele Manava” (the humans are no good).
Now one may ask is there anybody who is dressing according to our original rules. Yes, there still is! Here is a picture of Swami Nirmalananda Giri who still goes by the traditional ways. Remember what i said before WHAT IS TRUE STAYS and WHAT IS FALSE FADES.
This should probably be one of the shortest pieces in this blog for obvious reasons.
Now tradition is slowly giving way to what they call practicality and with it the timeless ways of old wisdom. See, any clothing which is fastened on to the body causes circulation of blood to slow in that area. Thats why any undergarment and bra should not be worn at least while sleeping.
Now since time is changing if you stick with the old ways you will be looked down upon but there are certain things which can be retained even now. What i am referring to is the traditional women’s lingerie called Onnara which is also called Thaar in the northern parts of kerala. It will be beneficial if any of the readers share how it can be worn and the different styles of wearing (Madithaar and Njori Thaar).
The main benefit of wearing Onnara is it reduces sexual desire because of the pressure on the clitoris and it performs the same role what kaupina does for men. Girls start wearing this garment once they reach puberty while sexually mature boys wear kaupina.
Here are some of the other benefits of wearing Onnara or Thaar
1. If onnara worn properly with adequate tightness, there will be a constant pressure over the lower abdomen which will act like an abdominal binder worn by ladies after delivery to a good extend, and will increase the intestinal movements and help to expel the gas trapped in the intestines without making noise. 2. Due to the same reason explained above, waist will reduce and buttock size will increase. 3. upward pressure exerted by the madi will increase the muscle tone of the genital area and will increase the tightness and the pleasure of rasaleela will increase. 4. When compared with panties, there will be more surface area of the clothe covering the area, resulting in more absorption of the secretions and the area will be kept dry, which will result in less chance of fungal infection. 5. Most of the panties contain synthetic materials which may cause allergy, where as for onnara cotton mundu is used, so chances of allergy is remote.
6.The elastic used in panties cause itching and discoloration in many in the upper part of thigh and around the abdomen, which will not occur with onnara. 7. During periods many onnara wearers are of opinion that it will give better confidence and protection than panty users. 8. Onnara wearing reduces the chances of developing urinary tract infection and uterine prolapse.
9.Those who are having fat thigh the inner part of upper thigh may rub together producing loss of skin and pain due to that as panties can not prevent it, where as if they wear onnara such a problem can be prevented as there will be cloth between thighs which will prevent rubbing of bear skin.
10. Onnara will reduce fat deposition in lower abdomen thereby preventing development of “kudavayaru”
Undergarment during Menstruation
Kaupina which is usually worn by men can be worn by women during her periods if she has to go out. Small pads of cotton clothes can be made and kept inside. This is way better than napkins which can be used only once. Whereas here the pads can be cleaned and reused.
I find no other creature dressing up other than humans. Did our creator made us so weak that we have cover ourself up? I guess not. We were born naked and naked will we die. Since we have created this crap called civilization–i mean the social aspect and not the individual one, we have to live by it but not necessarily so (exception). I say that all the good in this world have come from realized individuals and never from social scums who know nothing other than to fight and fuck.
Since we dress up for about half the day, at least one should sleep naked. Now science is recognizing the importance of sleeping naked.
UNDERCLOTHES FOR MEN
Since this is the first layer of our clothing. It is fitting that i speak on it first.
Men should at least sleep naked for its benefits. Have you noticed that your balls are kept away from your body. It is encourage production of sperm cells which need a cold environment. Thats why it is best to avoid wearing a kaupina even during the day. While it is best to wear it during exercise, running and asanas for ordinary people. Have your ever seen any creature wearing a kaupina. By not wearing the kaupina it strengthens the muscles that holds the organ like the breasts which doesn’t need any support. Thats why i like naga sadhus who want nothing between them and mother nature. This is what a female mystic called Lalleshwari of Kashmir said:
Like the moon, is now, and always new again.
My teacher told me one thing, live in the soul.
When that was so, I began to go naked,
This stance of nakedness,
An effort to strip the soul.
Armed with nakedness and a bowl,
The glorious one made it to the goal.
Can any perverted pornstars do this with his prick? These fuckers know nothing but to rub their dicks in any hole they can find. But worse is the case of the people who makes money of this degenerate business.
When britishers came to India and went to prostitutes to slake their lust, the women were surprised to find that the men finished the act so soon that they compared them to sparrows.
Who knows when this may happen?
For men the traditional underwear is called kaupina or konakam or langot. It consists of two pieces of cotton cloth. There was a time in Bharat and not in the colonially propped up India when Gods, Kings and commoners wore kaupina. Now under colonial influence we have started imitating the stupid west. Underwear or underpants as they call it is the most worthless piece of clothing which serves no purpose. And now synthetic undergarments have come which is not good for both men and women.
Traditionally only the renunciates or brahmacharis used to wear it to avoid being sexually aroused (this is for upstarts not for veteran brahmacharis). Now every sexual thought has its origin in the mind whose physical centre is the brain, when this happens ones prick gets hard. It is exactly to prevent this hardening the renunciates wear kaupins. So that desire is nipped in the bud. I feel that for boys from puberty it should be worn till the time they marry so that they remain celibates until then. A celibate couple will have more commitment to each other than a sexually free couple which is now promoted by all kinds of media. And even after marriage they maintain what is called Eka Patni Vrat/ Devoted to a single wife by men and Eka Pati Vrat/ Devoted to a single husband by women. Nowadays freedom is equated with licentiousness, but you know that ‘WHAT IS TRUE STAYS AND WHAT IS FALSE FADES.’ See this:
Do you know that shankaracharya has written a poem on loincloth. It is called:
Kaupina Panchakam/ Five Stanzas on the wearer of loin-cloth
Roaming ever in the grove of Vedanta,
Ever pleased with his beggar’s morsel,
Wandering onward, his heart free from sorrow,
Blest indeed is the wearer of the loin-cloth. (1)
Sitting at the foot of a tree for shelter,
Eating from his hands his meagre portion,
Spurning wealth like a patched-up garment,
Blest indeed is the wearer of the loin-cloth . (2)
Satisfied fully by the Bliss within him,
Curbing wholly the cravings of his senses,
Delighting day and night in the bliss of Brahman,
Blest indeed is the wearer of the loin-cloth . (3)
Witnessing the changes of mind and body,
Naught but the Self within him beholding,
Heedless of outer, of inner, of middle,
Blest indeed is the wearer of the loin-cloth . (4)
Chanting Brahman, the word of redemption,
Meditating only on `I am Brahman’,
Living on alms and wandering freely,
Blest indeed is the wearer of the loin-cloth . (5)
How to make a kaupina
Take a cotton dhoti and cut two long rectangular pieces of it. Its width may vary according the physique of the person ( 3 inches and above) and its length from your toes to a little above the hips (this could vary).
How to tie it
Now take the smaller piece and tie it around your waist above your hips. Its knot must be moved to your right side for men. If you are interested, there is a particular way to tie the knot, leaving one loop. This tying method should make three ends (a loop and the two ends of the cloth), which make it easy to take on and off. Or you can just knot it twice.
Then take the longer piece and insert it through the waist string until both the ends come together. No as to how the genitals should be placed: for those whose genitals are facing up let it be so, and those whose genitals are facing downwards, let it be so. Now catch the ends of the cloth and bring it to the back over your genitals and under your legs and insert it into the waist string couple of times until the end is gone (3 tucks are enough).
Check out how a kaupina is worn in its original style here:
In the human body you will find that body hair is densely concentrated on the head and not all over the body as in other animals. In Ayurveda body hair and nails are the malas or the waste material of asthi dhatu / bone tissue. There is concept of waste in life and it is a false idea concocted by morons. What is not useful for one is useful for other; it is like a recycling process and death of the body is the greatest recycling event.
Since hair is asthi dhatu’s waste matter it is highly concentrated on the head as energy flows down from the crown of the head to the rest of the body. It also gives stability to the body, regulates temperature, traps bacteria, enhances the aura or the electromagnetic field and so on. But the most important function of hair is that it enhances the ability to experience divinity. Now you understand why our Rishis kept long hair and flowing beards.
Those who are interested to read more about the scientific aspects of hair can go through the links below, as I don’t want to spend much time on it, as i am more interested in the functional aspects of maintaining and braiding hair which is a slowly vanishing aspect nowadays.
IMPORTANT: Human beings should not SHAVE body hair on any part of their body. Women and men if absolutely needed should TRIM only the hair on their head, and beard in case of men, AND NOT ANYWHERE ELSE on their body.
Men can grow long hair and tie it in a bun on the back side. Long hair for men is extremely important as it increases their virility; the same is true for the woman. Men can also keep a short beard as it helps to overcome their unregulated attraction for women and it also looks decent. Men can allow hair to grow on their heads and face at least before the age of sixty as it considered as the starting of old age. By doing this they can stay healthy till the time they die.
Tell me which looks better?
During the glory days of Bharat and not in corrupt colonially propped up India, every aspect of life was consciously crafted. From planning before birth to death and beyond; from waking up, sitting, bathing to dying, everything was systematized so than human beings make the best of their precious lives. Now this is a slowly vanishing aspect and is very rarely seen nowadays. This way they stayed healthy without the need for hospitals. Now in these days of degenerating decency and that too in Kerala we have a medcity – a city for treating unhealthy people. What else can you expect in a God forsaken land?. What i have to say is expressed in this verse.
They keep their engines silky smooth
its bodies neat as a pin
while their human form
only through which to experience divinity
is ever towed behind like a wreck.
Earlier we had hourglass shaped women with pot breasts, now we have only the western educated size zero hollow reeds with silicon breasts, which can easily break apart. Remember in the movie DEV D what Dev’s father tells him: “london jakar tera taste kharab ho gaya hai; whisky ki jagah par Vodka pitaa hai; Chicken ki jagah fish khaataa hai; aur asli aurton ko chhod ke baans ki sukhi sukhi dandiyo. ke pichhe bhaagtaa hai, tera kya hoga?” (Going to London has ruined your taste; you drink vodka and not whisky, eat fish and not chicken, likes skinny girls and not the real woman, what will happen to you?). See the timeless wisdom of a concerned father!
In pre-modern times if a woman steps out of her house with her hair uncombed, braided or tied at the back, she was considered to be of a corrupt character. Now this has become a fashion and is fast catching up like a wild fire. Remember Draupadi’s vow that she would not oil or tie her hair until she could wash her hair with the blood of Dusshasana.
Now check out this crap hairstyle.
Now the difference between science and fashion is that fashion changes according to the prevailing idiocies and science stands still whatever crap may happen outside. In science 2+2=4 anywhere in the world, whereas in fashion or art it may vary. See Kedar temple standing undisturbed even after the flood. This is solid science and not stupidity. What is TRUE will LAST and what is is FALSE will FADE, like Sanatana Dharma which is still alive. Remember the countries where foreigners invaded, where there are now only Christian lambs. But see Bharat’s case, Sanatana Dharma is still thriving. One can also see other religions busy adding pawns to their numbers. This should not be allowed to happen.
See, women’s hair arrangement is according to the length of the hair. Traditionally women in India used to have long hair up to their ankles, so the only way they could manage it was by making three strands of it and pleating it and there is no other way.
For women who had hair up to their waist they used to coil up their hair as in kerala. Women made sure that it is to their left side (for men it is to the right), and some even coiled it on the crown of their head which is now considered to be unfashionable. This preference for the left is done to maintain the balance between the feminine and the masculine aspect. For women who has more femininity need to balance it more masculinity. Hence by coiling the hair and putting it on the left side, it reduces the feminine aspect. This is a kind of acupressure method. Kerala ladies have you noticed that your pallu is over your left should and not on your right.
Now the best way to deck ones hair is to have a central parting as it has more spiritual benefits. Click the below link.
(Oh mother, let the line parting thine hairs, Which looks like a canal, Through which the rushing waves of your beauty ebbs, And which on both sides imprisons, Your Vermillion , which is like a rising sun, By using your hair which is dark like, The platoon of soldiers of the enemy, Protect us and give us peace)
After parting ones hair one can keep it in a bun shape behind or have long plaits but make sure that its ends are tied so that that tips of your hair is not visible. You might remember old women keeping a strand of tulasi where the ends are tied. This prevents the body’s energy from dissipating and strengthens your aura.
WHAT HAIR COMB TO USE
See, ideally your palms are best. But now since you get combs made of wood it is best to use it. PLASTIC COMBS which is freely available in the market is NOT GOOD and is the WORST you can get.
HOW TO WASH YOUR HAIR
The best and the easiest thing to wash your hair is your own fresh urine. In kerala we use kanji water, Chemparathi thali (Paste of hibiscus leaves and flowers) and so on.
WHAT OIL TO USE
In kerala we use coconut oil boiled with leaves of curry leaves or bringaraj. Massage your hair with oil in the morning and keep it for half an hour. NEVER USE ANY ARTIFICIAL PRODUCTS ON YOUR HAIR OR BODY. More in another post.
Since i am a man writing this i expect women to share their thoughts on this.