Divin: How can we arouse the muladhar chakra? Please give an answer for this question. and what are the benefits of arousing this chakra?
Swami Ramswarup: The process to do practice of Moolband is learnt from an experienced Yogi in presence, please. So, the explanation of Mooladhar chakra or how to do moolband can’t be explained here. Therefore, either you seek an experienced yogi locally or you can come here to learn the same.

Amit Bajaj: Was there any kind of varna system in ancient India or Vedic times?

Divin: How can we arouse the muladhar chakra? Please give an answer for this question. and what are the benefits of arousing this chakra?
Swami Ramswarup: The process to do practice of Moolband is learnt from an experienced Yogi in presence, please. So, the explanation of Mooladhar chakra or how to do moolband can’t be explained here. Therefore, either you seek an experienced yogi locally or you can come here to learn the same.

Amit Bajaj: Was there any kind of varna system in ancient India or Vedic times?
Swami Ramswarup: Varnna system is mentioned in Vedas, based on present deeds and not by birth. I paste here my one of articles on the same –

I have already written about caste system (varn vyavastha). Yajurveda mantra 31/11 says that caste is based on present deeds (karmas) and not by birth. The sense of Mantra is that if a son of shudra studies Vedas, controls senses/organs and mind, does practice of Ashtang yoga, then he will be considered Brahmin and a Brahmin who has no such qualities he will be treated as shudra etc., etc. There is no caste system in Vedas based on birth and the other holy books like Manusmriti, six shastras, Upnishads, Valmiki Ramayana, Mahabharat (Bhagwad Geeta) etc., were written by ancient Rishis/Munis based on only the knowledge of Vedas, so no caste system exists therein based on birth.

In this connection Yajurveda mantra 31/11 also says that he who knows Vedas and God, he is Brahmin being most supreme in the world like a mouth in the body. So anyone (of any caste) can be a Brahmin by hard studies of Vedas, practising Ashtang yoga therein and thus realizing God. One who has physical power in his arms, he is Kashtriye-Rajput to protect the country. So anyone can be a Rajput, holding the said qualities. One who has powers in his thighs to travel and to do hard work to establish business, he is Vaishya (businessman). One who has not studied, based on his qualities that he could not gain the qualities of Brahmin, Kashtriye and Vaishya, he is shudra (may be of any caste).

Arun: Swami ji ke charo main koti koti pranam, Swami ji mera janam brahman kul main hua hai, main ye janna chata hu ki VEDAS ke anusar brahman ke karam kya hai. Aapke charno ka anuragi.
Swami Ramswarup: My blessings to you for a long, happy life. The deeds of the Brahmin are as follows, please- To become learned by study of Vedas and present education, then it is taught to others; to perform Yajyen and enable others to perform it; to donate and to take donations.

Nisha: What mantra is recited when one takes water in the left hand using the ring finger and thumb one touches the body parts?
Swami Ramswarup: Aang sparsh ke mantra.

– Om vangmaasyeastu – After speaking out/uttering this mantra, touch the water to your lips.
Om is the name of God who protects us and gives us knowledge of Vedas. May (asya) in my mouth (vaak) voice (astu) reside.

Meaning- we must pray to God in this manner that Oh! God, may my voice in my mouth i.e., speaking power, remain defectless for long. i.e., Oh! God, kindly bless me with a good sense of speech.

– Om nasorme prannoastu- After saying this mantra, touch the water to both of your nostrils, first right then left, by right hand using only little finger, ring finger and thumb.

Om is the eternal name of God may (nasoho)in my nostrils (prannah) breathing power (astu) remain.

Meaning- Oh God! May my breathing power remain strong for long, i.e., Oh God! Kindly bless me to breathe properly, without any defect to lead a longer life.

– Om akshnorme chakshurastu- By uttering this mantra, touch the water to both of your eyes, first right then left.

Om is the name of God, may my (akshannoh)eyes (chakshuhu) vision (astu) remain.

Meaning- Oh God! may the vision of both of my eyes remain strong and unimpaired for long i.e., Oh God! kindly bless me with strong vision.

– Om karnnayorme shrotramastu- after chanting this mantra, touch the water to both of your ears, first right then left.

Om is name of God, may (karnnyoh) in both of my ears (shrotram) hearing power (astu) remain.
Meaning- Oh God! may hearing power of both of my ears remain defectless for long, i.e., Oh! God, kindly bless me with a good sense of hearing.

– Om bahvorme balamastu- with this mantra, touch the water to both of your arms, first right then left.

Om is name of God, may (bahwoho) in my arms (balam) strength/power (astu) remain.

Meaning- Oh God! May my both arms possess for long the power to work hard in doing pious deeds, i.e., Oh God! kindly give enough strength to both of my arms.

– Om urvormeojoastu- with this mantra, touch the water to both of your thighs, first right then left.
Om is name of God may (urvoho) in my both thighs (ojah)strength (astu) remain.

Meaning – Oh God! May in my both thighs the strength to travel and to do pious deeds remain for long, i.e., Oh God! kindly, give enough strength to both my legs so that I am able to work hard, and travel without being tired.

– Om arishtani meangani tanustanva me sah santu- with this mantra, sprinkle the water on all parts of your body.

Om is name of God, may (angani) all parts of my body (arishtani) without diseases, may my (tanuhu) body (tanva) grow (sah) with (santu) remain.

Meaning- Oh God! May all the parts of my body remain free of diseases and healthy and may my body grow proportionately and remain alive for long, i.e., Oh God! make all the parts of my body strong and healthy so that I live a healthy and long life.

At that time angasparsh mantras are recited and water is touched accordingly to appropriate body parts.

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