Geologists are known to unearth information of ancient times. But this data is about a limited time span. As time lapses by those signs too deteriorate and thus information of those times get destroyed. Those objects unearthed via archeological digging give ordinary state information of ancient times only for 2-4 years. Etchings on rocks and archeological remains are witnesses of what took place in times of yore. It is believed that Satyuga lasted for 30 or 10 thousand years. Via objects only visible states can be inferred. But the Golden Era predominated with sensitive emotions. It is that much more difficult to find out data regarding rise/fall of emotions. Due to these reasons in the search of Satyuga object based proof is not much of help.

With reference to this sensitive hereditary information will have to be analyzed. The shape, nature and good/bad state of lineages are conjoined to various characteristics. On seeing the activities of descendants the stature of ancestors can be highlighted. This also is a method of unearthing proof.

A person can never imagine his state by totally separating his ego. Even in the other world, salvation and self surrender he imagines his separate identity. On seeing this sensitive fact it proves that the soul is immortal.

The shadow of Satyuga in some way or the other dwells in the psyche of all. Even those who behave vilely praise good character. To the extent that when he knows he has erred, he tries externally to prove himself innocent in the eyes of all. Vain criminals too are known to praise a pious character and they try to prove themselves gentlemanly. Even if the world predominates with criminals and wicked people yet if a discussion takes place as to what is good and bad they will praise what is wholesome. Thus it is said that truth carries the power of 1000 elephants. Even if the whole world opposes a man of truth he will emerge victorious ultimately. Even the most vicious person will try to do good for his near beloved relatives. On noting this psychology it appears that in some form or the other we have learned from our ancestors that good always predominates when a choice of good and bad is placed before us. Thus in its seed form Satyuga tradition dwells in some recess of world humanity’s psyche. It was definitely in vogue at some point in ancient times.

On analyzing Satyuga it can be proved that maybe bodily make up is that of modern mankind but a great difference is seen as far as the psyche, character and effort is concerned. In those day people were more valiant and hard working. If this were not the case how one’s unruly nature could be rendered well managed, balanced and progressive? How were farms, conducive for tilling made by cutting up rocky areas? By uprooting weeds how were blooming gardens made? From amongst forest animals how cows, buffalos, horses, donkeys, camels, elephants could be tamed? How were goats, dogs, cats etc converted to man’s aides? When unruly people cannot be disciplined easily then how wise and powerful were those people who rendered dense jungles, wild beasts etc successfully as our aides? Time management and generous cooperation must have bloomed in their character and that is why they could design good families and a well managed world society. One realizes how difficult it is to design religious philosophy, spiritual philosophy and other such subjects only when one has to deviate from age old tradition and create a new philosophy. Great leaders of Satyuga were scientists too. Else in those times when in Adam Era humans lived like monkeys and searched for caves to hide, how was fire unearthed, farming introduced, clothes designed, weapons and machines invented etc? On getting inspiration from nests of birds and bees’ honey nests the Art of Vastu must have been unfolded. No other creature apart from man can read and write and today everyone has mastered it. How much farsightedness must have been required to uproot what is unwholesome and encourage that which is wholesome when good-bad qualities manifested on living as families in society? Just like production, sales of goods too are difficult. For this when branches and sub branches of business fields were designed and water/land transport was laid down how much hard work and a sharp intellect must have been required? Today it is very difficult to imagine how all this succeeded, how much thinking was involved and how much hard work was imbibed? Yet very naturally we can infer that how those who in an atmosphere of lack and strife created material comforts were hard working, enterprising, alert and zealous? How high stature must have been their unswerving patience and valor? How high must have been their potential to manifest preliminary skills? Our ancestors definitely must have been great men else how so much grandeur and apt management could manifest?

It is not enough to praise efforts of Satyuga’s ancestors but that more credit should be given to their self control and generosity. Selfishness means I eat up all that I earn. Those who are powerful boss over others. Amongst jungle animals the jungle law is at work. Amongst the powerful the law of ‘whoever has a stick owns the buffalo’ is seen. Today’s historians tell us that the above law took a distorted form amongst looters, terrorists and colonialists during the middle era. Thugs and dacoits were very wily while behaving thus. Yet in ancient times of Satyuga all this was not there. No doubt they produced a lot but while using this they were very economical. They were very miserly while spending for themselves and while saving money they always thought how to uplift the downtrodden and render the unruly masses gentlemanly? Not only was all this cogitated over but that it was put into action too. Money was successfully earned and used also to uplift others. Wherever they lived they shared everything they possessed. Special efforts were made to uplift the downtrodden and were ready to give up their lives while helping the weak. Only then manifested that human glory, civilization and culture which helped one give credit to call brilliant people of those times divine personages.

When man resides in one place he gets help and cooperation from others. Production which takes place very tediously is seen to give wholesome fruits as time lapses by. Despite knowing all this those who yearn that all these comforts be handed over to others and instead they go to new places to make new residences, gather the new and with a new foothold establish progress and culture, their high stature psyche must be eulogized everywhere. When cubs of a lion grow up the lion leaves that region for his children and takes up residence in a very new region. By imbibing this tradition great people of Satyuga too followed suit. They experienced zest by going to newer regions every now and then and hence giving this name as pilgrimage very faithfully imbibed it. A few years back a farmer called Hazari of Bihar (India) had imbibed this tradition. He travelled to many regions and built gardens of mangos. The entire area became a mango garden. That area is called Hazaribag. This is a small example of Satyuga’s tradition seen in today’s times. If one studies deeply more such examples can be found either in these days or past few decades. In those days all this was very common. In the era of Ramayana mother Sumitra and wife Urmila sent Lakshman to the forest which was full of danger. In those days at least one family member was given over for world service. In the middle era when government appealed at least one family member joined the army. Over and above looking after one’s region one looked for areas where the weaker section of society dwelled and they dwelled there until progress and prosperity manifested there. As a result of this in Aryavarta the seeds of such small gardens spread in the entire world and took the form of gigantic trees.

In every region of earth such data is available which says that humans had existed there. They harbored a relationship of mutual cooperation and generosity. This helped gather humans who lived in a scattered manner. They all congregated. For sustaining life various means and comforts were unearthed. Further they also saw to it that ethics, religion, philosophy, austerities, self control, cooperation and other sensitive glories augmented.

Such archeological remains are found with reference to ancient times which although are not in very good shape yet give us an inkling that whatever materials were dug up prove that in Satyuga man’s skillful brain and enterprise were at their peak. Not only this but that his generosity and sense of cooperation too was glorious. The one main aspiration of radiantly talented people of those times was how to render prosperous barren and downtrodden regions and they used all their skills for this sacred mission. Their pilgrimages too were for this goal. Their wealth and talent were used to fulfill this aspiration. On this basis various regions of the world were transformed into developed countries.

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