Cosmos ,Sanatan Dharma.Ancient Hinduism science.
‘That which is above the sky, that which is beneath the earth, that which is between these two, sky and earth that which the people call the past, the present and future, across space is that woven like warp and weft. – Brhadaranyaka Upanisad 5000 BC
The theory of Maya is one of the grand pillars upon which Vedanta rests.
The word origin of MAYA is derived from the Sanskrit roots MA ( not ) and YA ( that ).
The term MAYA is mentioned 72 times in Rigveda written down in Sanskrit in 5000 BC. Maya is mentioned 29 times in the Atharva Veda.
In Puranas and Vaishnava theology, Maya is described as one of the nine shaktis of the reclining Vishnu.
Below: This giant golden idol was found at Padmanabha Swamy temple Kerala from a locked and forgotten vault.. Brahma sitting on a tender swaying lotus on the navel shows precession of the planet.