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Indian Theory of Evolution

HI GUYS! IN THIS POST WE WILL TALK ABOUT THE THEORY OF EVOLUTION.......
MANY OF YOU GUYS MAY KNOW ABOUT IT  AND WHO GAVE IT.
FOR That WHO DON'T KNOW - IT WAS GIVEN BY CHARLES DARWIN 


CHARLES DARWIN

Charles Robert Darwin (born February 12, 1809, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England—died April 19, 1882, Downe, Kent) was an English naturalist who gave the scientific theory of evolution


BUT MR.DARWIN DIDN'T KNOW THAT THIS THEORY WAS ALREADY GIVEN BY INDIANS BEFORE THE 500 BC

LET ME TELL YOU HOW....
PLEASE READ TILL THE END

MOST PEOPLE HAVE HEARD ABOUT THE DASHAVATAR OR 10 AVATARS OF VISHNU.
IN A LOGICAL WAY. THEY RESEMBLE THE THEORY OF EVOLUTION


dash avatar





AVATARS IN ORDER...


MATSYA AVATAR















IT MEANS THE FISH- WHICH SHOWS LIFE STARTED IN THE WATER. IS THAT NOT RIGHT??


KURMA AVATAR














IT MEANS THE TORTOISE-SIGNIFIES THAT LIFE MOVED FROM WATER TO LAND.
EMERGENCE OF THE AMPHIBIAN.


VARAHA AVATAR















IT MEANS THE WILD BOAR- SIGNIFIES THE EMERGENCE OF ANIMALS WITHOUT MUCH  INTELLECT (IN LOCAL TERMS DINOSAURS)


NARSIMHA AVATAR















IT MEANS THE HALF MAN AND HALF ANIMAL- SIGNIFIES THE TRANSFORMATION TO INTELLIGENT BEINGS


WAMAN AVATAR














MEANS THE MIDGET OR THE DWARF WHICH COULD GROW REALLY TALL. IT IS BECAUSE THERE WERE 2 KINDS OF HUMANS , HOMO ERECTUS AND  THE HOMO SAPIENS . THE  HOMO SAPIENS WON THE BATTLE.  THE BATTLE HERE IS THE SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST.


PARSHURAMA AVATAR















THE MAN WHO WEIDED THE AXE- THE MAN WHO WAS A CAVE OR A FOREST DWELLER .ANGRY AND NOT SOCIAL.


RAMA AVATAR














THE FIRST THINKING SOCIAL BEING WHO LAID OUT LAWS FOR SOCIETY AND BASIS OF ALL RELATIONSHIP


KRISHNA AVATAR












THE STATESMAN , POLITICIAN, THE LOVER WHO PLAYED THE GAME OF SOCIETY AND TAUGHT HOW TO LIVE AND THRIVE IN THE SOCIAL STRUCTURE.


BUDDHA AVATAR















THE MAN WHO ROSE FROM NARSIMHA AND FOND MAN'S TRUE NATURE,NATURE OF BUDDHA. HE IDENTIFIED MAN'S FINAL QUEST OF ENLIGHTENMENT.


KALKI AVATAR



THIS IS YET TO COME . IT IS THE MAN WHO WILL BE GENETICALLY SUPREME.







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