ॐ तत् सत् Om Tat Sat
This is the highest mantra in the Vedas and is especially referred to in the Bhagavad Gita as the highest and most difficult path of Dhyan to Brahman.
तत् त्वम् असि Tat Tvam Asi – Brahman is the Truth, Brahman is the Self, Brahman is You.
This is the Mahavakya (Grand pronouncement) of the Sanathan Dharma and is in the Chandogya Upanishad.
In fact all Upanishads contain the same truth as given above.
सत्यमेव जयते Satyameva Jayate – Truth alone Triumphs.
Suastika – from Sanskrit – Su (Good) astika (Symbol) – Symbol of good luck and good well being. This is an ancient symbol with variations among many cultures.
It is a symbol of the masculine and feminine faces of Dharma in the Arya Dharma.
Unfortunately associated since the last century with a group of people we shall call Devious F🙊 Idiots (DFI) (pronounced as diffy).
In fact these DFI have so maligned this symbol, that now people(especially in the West) are ashamed to see it and have even made it illegal in some countries.
The whole racist concept of the white Aryan master race and white Aryan invasion of Bharat is complete rubbish and a total delusion.
Bharat was the founder of the Arya Dharma and all the people who lived in Bharat were Arya.
Arya is not a race, in Sanskrit, Arya means those of noble character.
There is no correct translation of the word Dharma in English. The closest meaning is path of Truth and Dharma.
Arya Dharma means the Noble Dharma
Bharat exported the Arya and the Arya Dharma to the rest of the world, but somehow, evil DFI Adolf Hitler, some British and German “philosophers” and “scholars” perverted this to mean a white master race.
The people of Bharat are of all colors even today – that could never have happened if Bharat was just ruled by a white master race.
The highest Gods of Bharat are Shiva and Vishnu, both dark colored Gods.
Krishna and Ram were incarnations of Vishnu and they were also dark colored Gods.
Some claim that the left facing Suastika has Buddhist origins.
However this is not completely true.
The left facing Suastika is the the embodiment of Shakti and also the representation of the essential feminine qualities.
It represents the mother, the source of all creation.
It represents love and mercy.
It also represents patience, grace, beauty, calmness, intelligence and compassion.
The patient, compassionate and selfless love of a mother cannot be valued in any material terms.
All the gold in all the multiverses will not be able to match the patient, compassionate and selfless love of a mother.
These qualities are supreme and hence it is comes first and is before the masculine right facing Suastika.
Dharma Chakra – this also has Buddhist origins and Vedic Origins.
The Dharma Chakra is the wheel that transports the teachings of the Buddhas.
The Sakyamuni was the last from a long line of Buddhas and he came over 2 millenniums ago when this world had disregarded the teachings of the Arya Dharma and had fallen into a cesspool.
It is written that whenever the teachings of the Buddhas are completely ignored, a new Buddha will arise to once again turn the wheel of the Arya Dharma.
The Dharma Chakra is also known as the Sudharshan Chakra, the wheel of justice of Lord Vishnu to destroy evil doers.
It is also written when the world is in a cesspool like it is now, the Lord Vishnu will incarnate again and use his Dharma Chakra to destroy the evil doers and restore balance to the world.
This Chakra is the version created by the Emperor Ashoka, who was instrumental in spreading the word of the Sakyamuni.
This version of the Chakra is also part of the national flag of Bharat.
Dharma is represented as a wheel because it actually represents the Rtam which is continuous wheel of Justice.
It is still used in Bharat to signify good luck and is a symbol to follow the Dharma.
It also represents the masculine qualities – boldness, honesty, strength, wisdom, perseverance and working hard to sustain and protect the family.
The Suastika was also used in pre-Christian Europe, pre-Islamic Persia, China and also by the Native Americans.