Hinduism,Cosmos ,Sanatan Dharma.Ancient Hinduism science.
Does wormholes exist.Let us find out in Ancient Indian books because modern science do not have evidence.
Ancient Indian epic poem ‘Ramayana‘ has described a worm hole.
A wormhole is much like a tunnel with two ends each in separate points in spacetime.
In Kishkinda Kanda (Sarga 50-52) of Ramayana, sage Valmiki describes where Hanuman, Angada and other Vanaras went to Mount Vindhya to find Seetha and return to their kingdom without success.But look at what they found-was a wide-opened and impassable cavity known as Riksha cavity which is well guarded by a demon called Maya.While searching for Mithila, Mother Sita, they got tired and craving for water, which led them to capacious cavity which is enwrapped in climbers and trees. There they have seen the swans and the waterfowls like Kraunca, Saarasa, and even Cakravaka waterfowls exiting from the cavity with their bodies drenched in water and reddened with the dapples of lotuses’ pollen. Those Banaras were amazed by fragrant from impermeable cavity.
Banaras presumed that it is land of Emperor Bali, with den of diverse beings, similar to the residence of the emperor of demons, namely Emperor Bali, in Paataala loka.
Hanuman, said “We all have searched the southern quarter including those places that are enmeshed with meshes of mountains, and we are overly fatigued, but Maithili (Seetha) is unnoticed.
Swans along with waterfowls like Saarasa, Kruanca, and water drenched Cakravaka birds are coming out of this cavity from all over, and even the trees available at its doorway are verdant. Certainly there must be a wellspring, or otherwise a pond with water.” Thus Hanuma spoke to all monkeys.
Monkeys entered the cavity and did not see sun or moon, enfolded in hair-raising darkness. Those tigerly monkeys have also seen lions and various other animals and birds exiting therefrom, and entered that cavity which is enshrouded in obscurity.
Their eyesight, or their vigour, or their valorousness is rendered ineffectual, and their permeation is just like the directionless air as their eyesight is thwarted in gloominess.
Then they beheld there the lotus-lakes containing serene waters and stocky lotuses and burly fishes that are golden. There the monkeys beheld choicest mansions everywhere made out of gold and silver, some with golden and some with silver domes, while some with golden and some with silver multi-stories, but all are studded with lapis gems with golden windows covered with laceworks of pearls. They have also seen everywhere flowered and fruited trees that are similar in shine to red corals and rubies, and golden honeybees, as well as honeys.
They beheld everywhere diverse and capacious beds and seats that are amazingly crafted with gemstones and gold, and also stacks of utensils made of gold, silver and bell metal. They saw the stockpiles of heavenly aloe vera substances and sandalwood sticks and depurated eatables, tubers and fruits. They have also seen top-grade soft drinks, luscious honeys, heaps of finest quality clothing, exotic blankets and sheaves of deerskins. Vanara-s have also observed mounds of undefiled gold stockpiled here and there glowing with the glow of ritual fire.
taam ca te dadR^ishuH tatra ciira kR^iSNa ajina ambaraam || 4-50-39
taapasiim niyata aahaaraam jvala.ntiim iva tejasaa |
When searching here and there in that cavity those valiant vanaras of high resplendence have perceived some lady rather not far from them. They saw a sainted lady there who is attired in deer-skin and who is on a controlled diet and who is like a luminiferous entity by her own luminescence of asceticism.
In wonderment the monkeys stood still all over, and in the matter of her identity Hanuma asked her, “Who are you? Whose cavity is this, either?
Then Hanuma whose shine is similar to that of a mountain making palm-fold and reverencing that aged lady asked, “Who are you? Whose is this cavity, or the mansion or these jewels? Please speak.”
Swayamprabha, the sainted lady who safeguards the paradisaical creation of a demon named Maya explained about legend of Black Cave . Maya crafted this cave as a heaven on earth, for which the infuriated Indra ,who eliminated Maya.
Hema, an apsara, nymphal-virtuoso accords this fantastic creation to Swayamprabha, who offers hospitality to all the monkeys who entered that cave.
Vanaras deliverance from black hole is effectuated by Sainted Lady Swayamprabha.
On listening to Hanuman about the plight of monkeys by which they entered this cavity in searching for Seetha, Sainted Lady Swayamprabha becomes sympathetic and offers guestship.
When Hanuman asked as how to exit from this cavity,Swayamprabha asks Vanaras to cover their eyes and then uses her ascetic powers to transport the monkeys from that cave, which exit is otherwise impossible for any other intruder, in his aliveness.
After exiting from black cave, vanaras find themselves lose to an ocean located south of the Vindyas.
A group of anthropologists, lead by archaeologist Mohammed Wasim Khan of the Archeological Environment Research and Tribal Welfare Society, working with hill tribes in Hoshangabad, earlier known as Narmadapura in Madhya Pradesh made a startling discovery.
They found caves hidden in a deep jungle in Raisin. In one such caves was found an amazing ancient painting which shows a person in a catsuit, a UFO like flying object, and a cylindrical spring like shape (wormhole path ?).
Does this painting depict the scene from Ramayana which includes Swayamprabha in a cat suit (deer-skin), flying vehicles and a wormhole ?
Infact, the concept of Blackhole (Viswaruchi) and similar scientific terms are described in Mundakopanishad too.
In Yuddha Kanda of Ramayana, Hanuman travels to Paatala(Brazil) to find kidnapped Ram and Lakshman and he travels through a tunnel which transports him in quick time.
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