Charu: I have aabhaas of sheshnaag, and saw myself sleeping on a huge coiled snake. What does it mean? thanks
Swami Ram Swarup: This is the dream which Atharvaveda states as false. I also paste my article in this regard:-

The dreams are mostly false. Dreams are based on the scenes, stories listened in previous life as well as in present life. Samveda is upasana kand and tells worship for one immortal formless God, who is almighty, omnipresent, omniscient. He creates, nurses and destroy the universe and again creates, Vedas say that no one was equal to God and neither no God took birth in the past at present and will never take birth in the future too. There was one God, is one and will ever remain one. He is only everlasting eternal and unchageable king/lord of the universe. So we all must worship him only. In this connection guidance from a learned acharya of Vedas is necessary.

It is true that dreams come on the basis of the scene which we have seen in present as well as previous lives’. For example- if a person has never seen a fountain and he sees fountain in dream, it means he had seen the fountain in his previous life, the effect of which was imprinted on his chitta (mind).

Secondly, dreams are false. Dreams may give some pleasure but become painful sometimes. If a business man observes that he was a king in the dream but when he will wake up, he remains business man only and not the king. Vedas state that one should try to do worship of God to remove the occurrence of dreams in sleep.

Future is always based on past birth’ deeds or is based on present pious deeds. future is therefore in own hand, he who discharges his moral duties faithfully does hard deeds, pious deeds with full
concentration, devotion and dedication, his future is always bright. One should attend satsang making time available to learn truth and know pious deeds to make future bright.

Girish: Swami ji kya mujhe company ka job karna chaiye
Swami Ram Swarup: Agar aapko dhan kee avashyakta hai to aapko avashya karna chahiye
ya jo bhi achchey se achchha shubh dhan kamane ka tareeka, business aadi ho, who karna chahiye.

M: Pranam Guruji, I have the Sri Madbhagwatgeeta ji by Sri A .C Bhaktivedant Swami Prabhupad. Does it have complete and true contents? Is it okay to read that? Thank you for your time and advise?
Swami Ram Swarup: My blessings to you. As per eternal Vedic philosophy, which
emanates directly from Almighty, Formless God, Bhagwad Geeta quoted by you does not tally with Vedas. For example Vedas preach to worship only a Formless, Almighty, Omnipresent, Omniscient God Who creates, nurses and destroys the universe whereas in Bhagwad Geeta quoted by you idol worship (Avtarwad) has been promoted.

With blessings of Almighty God, I’ve written detailed comments on Bhagwad Geeta totally based on Vedic philosophy which has been appreciated by learneds all over the world. I would sure advise you to read my books – Bhagwad Geeta – Ek Vedic Rahasya part I, thereafter you may study Part II and III. In the said book, I’ve quoted Ved mantras on every shloka of Bhagwad Geeta stating that Sri Krishna Maharaj first learnt Vedas from Rishi Sandeepani and then preached Vedic philosophy to Arjun.

Secondly, Bhagwad geeta has been named by somebody, in reality, 18 chapters of Bhagwad Geeta have been taken from Bheeshma Parv of Mahabharat. So, the extract from Mahabharat is Bheeshma parv (18 chapters) has been printed in the shape of a book which has been named – Srimad Bhagwad Geeta.

Amit Sharma: Pranam swamiji! Swamiji what is tantra is it in vedas?
Swami Ram Swarup: Tantra i.e., tantarik matter, bhoot-pret pooja, nav-grah pujan
etc., do not exist in Vedas. So, learned of Vedas do not accept the same being against the Vedas.