Saturn Rings and Gyanvapi – An analogy

The sixth planet from the Sun, Saturn, is the second-largest of its kind in our solar system. Similar to Jupiter, it is a massive ball made mainly of helium and hydrogen.

Saturn’s environment cannot support life. The pressures, temperatures, and materials that characterize this planet are likely too extreme and volatile for organisms to adapt to.

Saturn has rings. Saturn’s rings are thought to be pieces of comets, asteroids, or shattered moons that broke up before they reached the planet, torn apart by Saturn’s powerful gravity. They are made of billions of small chunks of ice and rock coated with other materials such as dust. The ring particles mostly range from tiny, dust-sized icy grains to chunks as big as a house. Saturn’s ring system extends up to 175,000 miles (282,000 km) from the planet, yet the vertical height is typically about 30 feet (10 m) in the main rings. They look majestic from a distance; however, as you come closer, the reality is scary. Entering the core of Saturn is next to impossible because of the many rings it is surrounded with. Although Saturn is a gas giant where nothing can actually land, even reaching near this planet is impossible as the rings are fast, dangerous, and unpredictable. Worlds with rings are impenetrable and are rendered impossible to land even if they have a solid surface. These rings are deceptive. They look attractive from a distance, but as you proceed closer, the chaos takes over.

Similarly, the invaders successfully built multiple rings around the Hindu Civilisation. The late great king from Indian history, Vikramaditya, is mentioned as a fictional character in modern history as most of his history was destroyed by invaders and suppressed by their present-day loved ones. Building their places of worship over temples, the invaders have created multiple rings over the Hindu Religion, thereby making it very hard for us to visit these places. It is said that there’s a hidden temple beneath over 40,000+ mosques, and these temples have not seen the light since the 16th Century. Same as planet Saturn, which hasn’t seen the light for the past many thousand years due to the rings.

The new monuments constructed by invaders on top of our temples look beautiful from a distance, but when you go closer, dig deeper, and find remnants of Sanatan Dharma, these monuments feel like suffocating rings that are stopping Sanatani history from coming out.

Silver Lining: The rings around Saturn are collapsing gradually. Scientists estimate that the rings will disappear in about 300 million years. Saturn will then look different, feel different, and we never know; the gas giant might very well become a destination par excellence. Similarly, our history can be recovered too, gradually, right?



Views expressed above are the author’s own.


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