Sambhav: Pranam guru ji.. mera ek muslim dost ne mujhse kaha ki aap ke ved mai humare mohomad ka pura bataya gaya hai.. usne ye kaha “SAMA VEDA me book no 2,hint no 6,verse no 8 me likha hua h ap padhlena aur apki book Bhavishya Purana me Adhya no-3, khand no-3, parv no-3, shloke no 5 to 8 tak ye lilha hua h ki Mohammad aayege jinki choti nahi hogi beard hogi aur vo apne sathiyo ke sath aayege aur unke jo followers hoge vo musalman, naam s hoge..” nd ” Rig ved book no-8,hint no-16, verse no-5 me likha h,,Rig ved book no-8,hint no-10,verse no-6 me likha h,,atar ved book no 8, hint no 5 verse no 16 me lkha h,sam ved book no 2, hint no 6 verse no 8 me likha h..” kripya kar mujhe marg darshan dai..
Swami Ramswarup: My blessings to you. Ved ka arth gyan hai aur ved anadi hain. Isliye ved men kisi ka bhi naam ya koi kahaani nahin hai. Isliye ved mein Hazrat Mohammad Sahib ka bhi naam nahin hai. Is vishaye mein ek article neeche pasted hai-
Reference of Prophet Mohammad in Hindu Scriptures
There is no reference of Prophet Hazrat Mohammed Sahib in Vedas, Shastras, Upnishads, Valmiki Ramayan, Mahabharat and other ancient holy books written by Rishi-Munis. Especially, Vedas do not contain any proper noun i.e., any name of prophet, rishi-munis, yogis, person, place etc., and Veda do not even contain any history/story in them. Vedas are eternal knowledge which emanates direct from God at the time of creation, which contains three main divine educations:
(1) Knowledge i.e., description of all matters of world- Science.
(2) Form of deeds
(3) Real worship of God.
In Atharvveda mantra 20/127/1 Narashanshah means He who is praised by human beings and naturally He is Almighty God. Knowledge of Vedas originated at the time of creation that is more than one arab ninety six crore years back. At that time there were no any sect originated. Our ancient rishis studied only Vedas, which are still applicable for whole of the world. About five thousand years back Rishi Patanjali philosopher of yoga and Vedas has told in his Yog Shashtra Samadhi paad sutra 1/24 “Purush vishesh Ishwarah” that is supreme amongst human beings is only almighty God. In Bhagwad Geeta shalok 10/27 Yogeshwar Krishna says “Amongst human beings I am king.” Here Shri Krishna is trying to give knowledge that Almighty God is only supreme and after God next are rishis, munis, prophets, faquirs who are considered supreme amongst human beings because they preach the human beings. That is why there is a pious ayat of holy Quran Sharif in the beginning that every preach is only for khuda and in pious hadis sharif it is rightly mentioned that amongst all — “la ila-ha il lal laha.” and the best prayer al-hamdu lillaha. So here we can accept the meaning of narashanshah in respect of the person who is praised by all human beings due to his preach and pious deeds etc. Kauram means the king of whole earth or prophet, rishi, muni.
Ved ke gyata vidwaanjan eighteen purannon mein vishwas nahi rakhte aur na hee purannon ko pramaan maante hain. Aapko yeh gyan avashya hona chahiye ki Charon vedon mein kisi ka koi bhi naam nahi aaya hai aur na hee vedon mein koi itihaas likha gaya hai.
S: Maharaj ji pranam mere sawal ye hai god jb itna shaki sali hai use pooja ke jarorat ku h? hum useki poja krete hai taaki hmeri wish puri ho jaye per god ko pooja ke jarorat ku h?
Swami Ramswarup: My blessings to you. School, college mein jo teacher/professor aadi padate hain unka bhi hamein aadar-maan sammaan karna chahiye. mata-Pita janam dete hain, paalan-poshan karte hain, unka bhi hamein aadar-maan sammaan karna chaiye. Koi hamaree madad karta hai, unka bhi hamein aadar-maan sammaan karna chahiye. Issee prakaar yeh sansaar Ishwar ne banaya hua hai. Yahan tak ki yeh shareer bhi hamein mata ke garbh mein Ishwar ne hee banaa kar diya hai. Ishwar ne hee hamein zinda rakhne ke liye ann-vayu-jal aadi asankhaye padarth banaa kar diye hain. Ab prashan yahi uthta hai ki jis Parmeshwar ne hamein sab kuch diya to kya hamein uska aadar-maan sammaan nahin karna chahiye? Ishwar ne to Charon vedon mein niyam banaya hai ki rozana havan/Yajyen , naam simran aur yogabhyas aadi dwara us Ishwar kee Pooja karke usey hum dhanyawad dein. Nahin to hum ehsaan pharamosh keh layeingey aur sadaa dukhi rahengey. Ishwar kee Pooja se hee sukh milta hai. Jo sukh chahta hai weh Ishwar kee Pooja avashya karey. Is vishaye mein mera ek answer pasted hai:-
Parmatma ko jaanne ke liye, vidwaan se vedon ko sunna avashyak hai. Koi bhi kewal apne dimaag ke aadhar par bhagwan ko nahin jaan sakta. Parmatma se isliye prem karein ki sansar mein bhi agar koi kisi kee madad dil se karta hai to weh pyar ke vash mein hokar hee kar sakta hai. Jahaan pyar nahin wahaan nafrat aur dikhawa aadi hota hai. Ishwar to sabse prem karta hai. Ab hamara farz hai ki hum Ussey prem karein. Weh sansar kee dhan aadi sub cheezon ka data hai, hum Ussey prem aur Uski pooja kareingey to weh hamarey sub bhandar bhar deita hai. Lekin ek baat yaad rakhein ki jub tak vedon ko sunkar hamein Parmatma ke gunn, karma, shakti ka gyan nahin hota to hum Parmatma se sachcha prem nahin kar sakte. Kewal dikhawe wala prem kareingey. Iisliye hum vedon ko sunkar sabse pehle Ishwar ke swaroop ko jaanein.Yahi hamara dharma/kartavya bhi hai.
In Vedas God has advised only that if human being wants happiness and to be away from diseases, sorrows, tensions, problems, death etc, then he should follow the Vedas and must do worship of God, otherwise he may avoid Vedas and worship. So there is no compulsion in Vedas to worship God. On the contrary, it is mentioned “Swantrata hi karta” i.e., man or woman are free to follow or not to follow the Vedas but result will be awarded by God. So the knowledge of Vedas is given by the God for the benefit of human beings and not for the benefit of God. Secondly, We all use sun, moon, air, water, earth and every matter of the universe made by God for our benefit and the use thereof is already mentioned in Vedas. Then we become happy to utilize the same but still remain in diseases, problems, sorrows etc. Therefore if we obey spiritualism of the Vedas, we will really be happy. This is preached by God in Vedas. So it is upto the people. They may or may not follow the Vedas.
Yes, the God is not affected whether we praise Him or not but people are affected. Why? If we worship, we remain the happiest and if we do not worship we always remain in trouble, sorrows etc. God is our commander and even like our father. Father nurses and so does God while providing us with food etc. So there is only Almighty and omnipresent power in the shape of God who only selflessly nurses us and makes all materials available to us for our benefit. So if in return we do not thank Him then we are indulged in thanklessness which is further a great sin. A gentleman always try to thank the others for the deeds which have been done for him for his benefit. But if we do not remember God who is really more than an ocean/source of all benefits to us then what why will we not be called the most thankless.
Souls are uncountable but God is one who is omnipresent. The soul who has got moksha will remain liberated in the next creation also and he even experiences the time of final destruction and the time of next creation.