Narach Philosophy


The main reason for the publication of this part of the website, is to make you (the reader) aware of the Mystery of the Mahabharata and its various parts.

The Mahabharata is so widely known as a great and fascinating story of ancient India, that perhaps an apology is needed for interpreting it as a picture of pure Philosophy. But I hope lovers of the story would find their interest enhanced and no diminished by this presentation. It has, however, been suggested to me to indicate the best manner of approach to the subject. For obvious reasons I have had to refer to Vedic literature, Upanishads, and the Systems of Hindu Philosophy, and base the whole idea of the work on principles, energies, and laws; for this is what the Mahabharata really is. But I have tried to be as simple and concrete as possible. The reader would be well advised in going through the Introduction first, and acquainting himself with the principles, of the Six Systems of Hindu Philosophy as soon as possible; and when this is done, he would find the interpretation of the Story easier than he imagines. Should he, however, find it difficult to grasp the idea of the Systems of Philosophy all at once, he might glance through them, and pass on to the Construction of the Story of the Mahabharata, and return to the philosophical Systems afterwards. Once he has realized that the Story is a picture of Philosophy, it would be easy for him to understand the idea of the whole.

Then it is necessary to have an elementary idea of the form, structure and action of the organic Cell; for it is the Cell that constitutes the basis of all theories and speculations of the Hindus, from the tiniest forms of life to Brahmanda, the Golden Egg of the Creator of the universe. This is explained in some detail, and also the principal Systems of Hindu Philosophy. When the reader has grasped the idea of the Cell, he would find how easy it is to construct upon it the whole fabric of Hindu Science, Philosophy, and Religion. As the subject is new, and its conclusions wide and far reaching, I have thought it necessary to limit myself severely to facts, and would ask the reader to bear with me for any omissions of style. I hope he would be convinced that the Sacred Books of the Hindus are pictures of systems of thought, written in a peculiar form or Sanskrt. In any case nothing is more valuable than understanding criticism in a work of this character.

We expect, that after studying the material given on the various pages of our website listed below, you would be more aware and better prepared with respect to your life's plans and decisions you would take in this regard.

It is important to refer to the teachings of our ancestors, however when it comes to our real life and its experiences the visitor would be well advised to introspect and gain new insights from the world to make realistic decisions for the betterment of his or her own life. The visitor would realize that all this knowledge and information and more is available in the environment. He or she is required only to find it before making his or her decisions with respect to improving present life circumstances. We would like to bring to your attention that, we have segregated the content to our website into their relevant and various parts and can be access at Mimansa: The secret of the Sacred Books; Hindu Philosophy and Religion; The Bhagavad Gita; The Mystery of the Mahabharata: Towards a better understanding; and The Mystery of the Mahabharata: The story and essence of the Epic. This endeavor of adding new and relevant to the context content would continue in the future.


The Mahabharata: An Introduction Theories and their application
The plan of the Sacred Works Theory of Medicine
Construction of the story of the Mahabharata The Hindu Theory of Numbers
Characters of the story of the Mahabharata The Origin and Character of Sanskrt
The story of the Mahabharata Vowels and Consonants
Mahabharata and the gambling match Test of Correctness
Battle of Kurukshetra Meanings of the Letters of the Alphabet: Vowels
Krshna's deceit and Yudhisthira lie Meanings of the Letters of the Alphabet: Consonants
Death of Abhimanyu Meanings of the Letters of the Alphabet: Semi-Vowels
The meaning of the Mahabharata Structure of Sanskrt
A new Language The method of Interpretation
The Systems of Hindu Thought The Hymns of the Vedas
An Explanation (Part-1) Subject matter of the Vedas
Purusha and Prakrti Caste System
Life as studied by ancient Hindus Visvedevas
Energies of creation and their manifest form The Gods of the Vedas: Vrtra
Energies of Life and Systems of Hindu Thought The Gods of the Vedas: Agni
Three points of view The Gods of the Vedas: Indra
The Unmanifest The Gods of the Vedas: Heaven and Earth
Systems of Hindu Philosophy: Positions of the Golden Egg The Gods of the Vedas: Two Asvins
Vedanta Philosophy The Gods of the Vedas: Soma and Rudra
Yoga Philosophy The Gods of the Vedas: Varuna
Sankhya Philosophy The Gods of the Vedas: Vishnu
The Golden Egg and the Universe The Gods of the Vedas: Vayu and Usas
New Order of Planets The Gods of the Vedas: Maruts
Four Stages of Life Manifestation: Purushic and Prakrtic Ether Mimansa | Hindu Philosophy and Religion | The Bhagavad Gita
Incarnations and Ages of Time The Mystery of the Mahabharata: Towards a better understanding
The Course of Life and Death The Mystery of the Mahabharata: The Story and Essence of the Epic