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Brahmastra is an arrow created by Brahma. One of the deadliest of weapons that a person can possess, it is in the likeness of a nuclear weapon. When a Brahmastra is used there will be famine on earth and for 12 years there would be no flora and fauna where it was used, unless the weapon is withdrawn properly following the procedure laid down in the scriptures. Japanese arrow (ya) and head // Weapon An arrow is a pointed projectile that is shot with a bow. ... Brahma (written Brahmā in IAST) (Devanagari ब्रह्मा, pronounced as ) is the Hindu God of Creation, and one of the Hindu Trinity - Trimurti, the others being Vishnu and Shiva. ... The mushroom cloud of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki, Japan, 1945, rose some 18 kilometers (11 mi) above the hypocenter. ...


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The history of India can be traced in fragments to as far back as 9,500 years ago. ... Hindu scriptures Hindu scripture is overwhelmingly written in Sanskrit. ... The great Hindu Epics are also occasionally termed Mahakavya (Great Compositions); the terms refer to a canon of Hindu religious scripture. ... The (Devanagari: ) is a Sanskrit epic attributed to the poet Valmiki and is an important part of the Hindu canon (smṛti). ... Manuscript illustration of the Battle of Kurukshetra The (Devanagari: ), is one of the two major Sanskrit epics of ancient India, the other being the . ... The Puranas (Sanskrit पुराण, purāṇá ancient, since they focus on ancient history of the universe) are part of Hindu Smriti; these religious scriptures discuss varied topics like devotion to God in his various aspects, traditional sciences like Ayurveda, Jyotish, cosmology, concepts like dharma, karma, reincarnation and many others. ... Hindu mythology is a term used by modern scholarship for a large body of Indian literature that details the lives and times of legendary personalities, deities and divine incarnations on earth interspersed with often large sections of philosophical and ethical discourse. ... The following is a list of articles on Hindu subjects. ...

Hinduism | Hindu mythology | Itihasa
Male Deities: Shiva | Brahma | Vishnu | Rama | Krishna | Ganesha | Kartikeya | Hanuman | Lakshman | Indra | Surya | more...
Female Deities: Gayatri | Saraswati | Lakshmi | Parvati | Durga | Shakti | Kali | Sita | Vaishno Devi | Radha | more...
Texts: Vedas | Upanishads | Puranas | Ramayana | Mahabharata
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The Right to Information law has potential to change all this by making the government set-up accountable to the citizen.
Use this Brahmastra and you won’t need to pay bribes to get your legitimate work done.
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Maharaja Pariksit, while in the womb of his mother, was struck by the brahmastra released by Asvatthama, and he was feeling the burning heat.
Maharaja Pariksit, the son of Abhimanyu, was the only surviving heir apparent in the family, and by the irresistible supernatural brahmastra weapon of Asvatthama, he was forced to be annihilated.
The brahmastra, which was thrown by Asvatthama at the child Pariksit, was certainly supernaturally powerful, and nothing of the material world could resist its force of penetration.
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