Nine kinds of Devotions: 1. to Listen, 2. Sing, 3. Worship, 4. Bowing down, 5. Serving, 6. Thinking, 7. Dedication, 8. Humility, 9. Intimacy.
Nine Kinds of Ego: 1. Possession, 2. Wealth, 3. Singing hymns, 4. Knowledge, 5. Education, 6. Beauty, 7. Youth, 8. Family lineage, 9. Cast or sect
Five Koshas or Coverings:
Five Enemies: 1. Lust, 2. Anger, 3. Greed, 4. Attachment & Jealousy, 5. Ego.
Three Stages of Life: 1. Childhood, 2.Young, 3. Old.
Three Gurus: 1. Mother, 2. Father, 3.Teacher.
Five Gods in Sanatan: 1. Vishnu, 2. Sun, 3. Shakti, 4. Shiva, 5.
Five Great Elements: 1. Earth (soil), 2. Air, 3. Water, 4. Space, 5. Fire
Three Gunas: Satwa (Purity), Rajas (Luxury), Tamas (ignorance)
Three Types of Karma:
Eighty-four Lakh Species: (8.4 million species): 0.9 million in Water, 2.7 million nonmoving, 1 Million worms, 1 million Birds, 2.3 million Animals, 4 million Human species including ape and monkeys.
Four kinds of ways to make one understand: 1. By teaching, 2. By Penalty, 3. By giving physical and mental pain, 4. By lifelong punishment.
Four Social and Spiritual orders: Brahman, 2. Kshatriya, 3.Vaishya, 4.Shudra
One hundred and eight beads of Mala:
Five kinds of Yagyaas:
Main source of Dharmashastra: 1. Gautama, 2. Boudhayana, 3. Apastamba, 4. Hiranyakeshi, 5. Bashistha, 6. Bishnau dharma, 7. Harita, 8. ShankhaLikhita, 9. Koutilya Baikhanasa, 10. Brahaspati, 11. Manusmriti.
The two epics (AD. 7th century):
Smrities: 1. Yagnavalkya Smriti, 2. Parasar Smriti, 3. Narad Smriti 4. Brahaspati Smriti.
Four Vedas: 1. Rig, 2. Yajur, 3. SaaM, 4. Atharv
Sapt-Shatu: (Seven tissues) Plasma, Blood, Muscle, Fat, Bone, Marrow, and Nerve.
Three Doshas: Bat (cold), Pitt (temperature), Kaph (abdominal upsetting).
Six-Ras: (Six Tastes) Sweet, Salty, Sour, Pungent, Bitter, and Astringent.
The Holy and Devine Godesses: Sita (Avatar of Bhagawati), Sati Damayanti (the most holy and powerful Devi).
People who bought Revolution in Sanatan:
Karmakand: Rishies set fort the system of Rituals, known as Brahmanas. The main Brahmanas are: 1. Aitareya 2. Satpatha, 3. Kaushataki, 4. Taitiriya, 5. Chandogya
Seven Holy Cities: Ayodhya, Haridwaar, Mathura, Kashi, Kanchipur, Puri, Dwarika.
Sapt-Rishi: 1. Vashistha2. Atri 3. Kashyap 4. Vishwamitra 5. Bharadwaj 6. Jamadagni 7. Goutam.
Six Main Philosophies:
Advait: Advait Philosophy of Shankaracharya: advaita means non-dulaism. This philosophy believes that God is absolute reality and that which inanimates or animates is unreal of maya. Soul is identical with Brahm.
Dvait: Dvait philosophy of Madhavacharya is a philosophy of two. Brahm and Jeev are related to each other. Creation is real act of Brahm.
Dvaita-Advait: of Nimbark explains about Natural dualism and non dualism.
Vishishthadvait: This philosophy of Ramanujacharya means qualified non-dualism. Brahm is the only independent and absolute reality. Atama is not identical with Brahm but, He can be pleased by devotion.
Four houses of Shankaracharya: 1. Puri(East), 2. Dwarika(west) 3. Badrinath(North) 4. Shringeri(south).
Eight kind of Siddhies: 1. Anima 2. Garima 3. Laghima 4. Mahima 5. Praapti 6. Praakamya 7. Ishitwa 8. Bashitwa.
Vikramaditya Year: Vikram Samvat; begun in year 57 BC
Shalivaahan Year: Indian National Calendar; begun in year 78 AD
Ritu: A season, among six, each lasting for 2 months
Chandra Maas: The lunar month of the Hindu calendar, lasting 28 days
Saur Maas: Solar month lasting 30 days
Amavasya: Day of the no moon
Purnima: Day of the full moon
Ekadashi: Eleventh day of waxing or waning; a day of fasting
Chaturthi: Fourth day after the full moon; also a day of fasting
Kaliyug: An era of 432,000 years
Dwaapar: An era that lasts for 864,000 years
Treta: Era of 1,296,000 years
Satyug: Era of 1,728,000 years