Ravikumar: Respected Swamiji please give me full knowledge of Almighty god Viswakarma.
Swami Ram Swarup: To get the full knowledge of formless, Almighty God, one should make a contact with a learned acharya of Vedas in person. Subject being lengthy, in short, Almighty, omnipresent, omniscient, unchallengeable, unchangeable God creates the universe, nurse it, destroy it and then again creates. He never takes avtar. He is our Lord etc. In the beginning of every creation He generates the knowledge of four Vedas in the heart of four Rishis. Thereafter the rishis spread the knowledge of Vedas in public. God has unlimited qualities and names. Vishwakarma is also a name of God.

Munna: Saptah ke Kaun kaun se din garbdharan ke liye thik hain yadi beta chahiye..
Swami Ram Swarup: Yeh subject bhee kaafi lamba hai yahan nahi samjhaya ja sakta. Isliye ya to aap yahaan mere paas aa jayein ya meri pustak “Brahmacharya dukh nivarak divya manni” padein. The price of the book is worth Rs.100 /- excluding postal charges. Aapka postal address milne par pustak bhej dee jayegee.

Sandeep: What is dharam in Vedas?
Swami Ram Swarup: Meaning of dharma is to discharge moral duties and to do pious deeds, as preached in Vedas.

Md Kauser: Guruji Namaste, I want to study Veda, it is very intresting, I am staying in Bangalore, any centre is here that I can attend and study ? I have question that we Muslim do namaz and it is ashtang I thing because our eight parts of our body touches the earth while doing Sajda to Almighty God. Please Explain?
Swami Ram Swarup: Namasteji. I appreciate your views to study Vedas because Vedas are not a sect. They are universally applicable to all human beings and a person while following his own sect, may study Vedas.

Before entering Vedas’ knowledge, I would like to suggest you to study some of my books, which are based totally on Vedas and give immense Vedas’ knowledge. So, you are advised to make contact with Shri Guru Prasadji at Bangalore.

Though ashtang yoga philosophy mentioned in Vedas is separate but you are also correct that some part of your Namaz tallies with yog asan.