Cosmology is defined as the study of the origin, purpose, structure and functioning of the universe. Vedic cosmology gives a vast amount of information about not only the structure of the phenomenal universe as we see it, but also a clear idea of the source of the manifested universe, its purpose, and the subtle laws that govern its operation.
The fundamental concept that pervades Vedic cosmology is the relation and dependence that everything has upon Krishna; the source of creation, maintenance and dissolution of the manifested worlds. Although Krishna is the ultimate cause of all other causes, His existence is beyond the material energy and He Himself takes no direct part in these activities, but indirectly controls the universe through his delegated expansions and empowered agents in the form of various incarnations and demigods.
Pervading the entire science of Vedic cosmology is the understanding that the universe is created and maintained by personal activity. This means that behind all apparently mechanistic laws and events there is one or more persons who enact and administer the laws, and control all universal events.
Accepting a Supreme controller is central to entering into an understanding of Vedic cosmology. As such, proper comprehension of the subject requires that one first accept that as human beings we have very limited sensual faculties with which to examine the universe, meaning that we can never gain a complete picture of the universe by our own sensual and intellectual faculties alone.
From the Vedas and especially the Vedic cosmology, we can receive information from beyond our sensory plane or awareness, that describes the hierarchy of beings within the universe, leading ultimately to Krishna. Most importantly, we get information of how we can successfully interact with the universe to live a peaceful and progressive life in this world, while gradually elevating our consciousness to the spiritual plane.
As Krishna states in the Bhagavad-gita, "A person in full consciousness of Me, knowing Me to be the ultimate beneficiary of all sacrifices and austerities, the Supreme Lord of all planets and demigods, and the benefactor and well-wisher of all living entities, attains peace from the pangs of material miseries."
Thus, human society can take the greatest benefit from appreciating and understanding this instruction and molding their life around it. As such, Vedic cosmology is not merely an attempt to understand the world around us, rather it is the process by which we understand both the world, our place within it, and the relationship between ourselves, this world and the Supreme source of all, from Whom all other energies are emanating.
We know from the Vedic literature that the world around us is maya - that which is not. We learn from Yoga Vasistha that the solid appearing world is illusory, it is just a dream in the mind of the Creator. Modern quantum physics tells us that we live in a 3-D holographic projection - the physical world has no more solidity than a holographic projection. Because we are embedded in it, the world takes on the appearance to us of a solid "reality". But what is real? That which is unchanging.
There are 2 fields of existence and a gap between - Absolute, the gap and relativity. Relativity is constantly changing, it is never stable, so it is illusory and unreal. The gap is pure unmanifest potential, and the Absolute is stable, never changing. From the perspective of the universe being a 3-D holographic projection, we see that the laser light is a fragment of the consciousness of Krishna, through the instrumentalitiy of MahaVishnu, through the Creator, Lord Brahma; the gap is the unmanifest pure consciousness from which the universe emerges - this like the holographic film; and the universe is the holographic projection.
In this picture we see the traditional version of how a 3-D holographic image of an apple is produced:
Now let's translate this into Vedic terms so we see how God (Krishna) fits into the model:
There are two separate worlds, the Absolute and the relative. The Absolute planetary systems are eternal, beyond the limits of the relative universes. These worlds are beyond the limitations of material time and space and therefore beyond our vision, or powers of perception. In these planetary systems there is no occurrence of creation or dissolution, and these planets are unlimited, indestructible, and eternally existing. There are descriptions of these Absolute planets in the vedic literatures, but this article concentrates on those projected to make up one relative universe.
The material planetary systems are created at some point in time and will be destroyed at another. They are bound by the influences of time and space. Both of these energies (Absolute and relativel) are of the same divine source called “brahmajyoti”, the spiritual light. About 1/4th of this brahmajyoti is covered by the “mahat-tattva”, the material energy, wherein are found innumerable material (relative) universes. The 3/4th portion of this brahmajyoti is the eternal unchanging Absolute. In the Absolute world are two realms of existence, “Goloka-dhama” and “Hari-dhama”. The relative-material world has one realm called “Devi-dhama”.
Goloka-dhama is the topmost planet and residence of the Supreme Godhead Radha-Krishna. Below this is Hari-dhama where the spiritual planets of the Vaikunthalokas are situated. Below the Vaikuntha planets is “Mahesh-dhama” (also called Sadasivaloka, or the abode of Lord Siva). This is the realm dividing the spiritual or Absolute from the material or relative universes. Below Mahesh-dhama is Devi-dhama, the realm of the material universe. It is said that the systems of yoga offer different destinations. Bhakti yoga directs one toward entering Hari-dhama or Goloka-dhama. Jnana yoga directs the aspirant toward entrance to Mahesh dhama, and karma yoga directs one to remain in Devi-dhama, experiencing repeated birth and death in the material worlds.
Vedic Cosmology of the relative or Devi-Dhama is the cosmology of the universe that is the 3-D holographic projection of the Absolute or Real Cosmology.
In the Bhagavad-Gita we find a statement that there are three divisions of relative planets in our universe. They are “urdhva-loka” (highest), “madhya-loka” (middle), and “adho-loka” (lower). Above the urdhva-lokas are the coverings of the material universe beyond which lie the eternal realms of existence. Within these three spheres of existence are 14 main lokas with different standards of life and duration of existence. The residents of the upper three systems have almost no disease or aging of the body, and they have no sense of fear. As the lokas progress downward there is lesser duration of life and standard of living, as well as a greater manifestation of disease and anxiety.
Modern science would have us believe that we live on a spherical planet called the Earth. This is a very big deception that we will cover in detail in a subsequent article. The reality is our Universe exists inside of a golden egg or Hiranyagarhba. This golden egg floats like a bubble in the massive Causal Ocean along with trillions of other Hiranyagarbhas. Within each Hiranyagarbha are many features or components that make up one Universe, including the plane of the Earth where human beings live their physical lives. The Vedic Literature, in particular the 5th Canto of the Srimad Bhagavatam, describes these feature in detail.
The 14 lokas (worlds or planetary systems) are named as follows, from highest to lowest:
In one of the Vedic scriptures called the “Hari-vamsa” there is a description as follows: “Above the lokas where humans live is the sky. Above the sky is the orbiting sun, which is the entrance point of the heavenly lokas. This is the middle of the universe where begins the lokas of those elevated by great austerities and penances. The lokas above these, up to Satya-loka are the residences of those advanced in spiritual knowledge. All these lokas are within the material world and under the control of Devi (Goddess Durga), and therefore called Devi-dhama.”
The term “amara” (deathless) is often used to describe the residents of the heavenly planets because their span of life is inconceivable to us, but although they live for millions of years by our calculation, none within the material worlds can live here eternally. In Bhagavad-Gita there is given a description for the life span of those living on Satyaloka. One day is equal to 4,300,000,000 solar years. On other heavenly planets the day is considered to equal six months of our time, and the night also equal to six months on earth. These souls live in their bodies for 10 million of their years.
Time duration such as day, night, months, and years are different in different planetary systems, and there are also different types of human beings, animals, trees, and vegetation. Some of the lokas that are visible to us are considered heavenly lokas with different timings. Jupiter, Venus, and the Moon are examples of lokas where one day is equal to six months on earth.
One point of reference that may be difficult for some to understand is crucial to this realization. All lokas have different dimensions surrounding them. The dimensions surrounding Earth consist of several realms of existence inhabited by ethereal beings invisible to our eyes, some highly advanced and others bound by unfortunate circumstances (such as ghosts).
There are also some eternal lokas seemingly situated within this material universe, but they are always inaccessible for human beings. The text “Laghu-Bhagavatamrita” describes these eternal lokas as follows: “Above Rudraloka, the planet of Lord Siva, is Vishnuloka. It is 80,000 yojanas in circumference, and inaccessible for any mortal living being. Above that Vishnuloka is a golden Maha-Vishnuloka in the "ocean of salt." Brahma and other demigods sometimes go there to meet Lord Vishnu. Lord Vishnu lies there with Lakshmi (the goddess of fortune). East of here is the “ocean of milk” where within is Svetadvipa, where Lord Vishnu also resides with Goddess Lakshmi. His transcendental loka is covered with desire trees for the pleasure of the Supreme Lord.”
This loka is called Dhruvaloka and we can see it in the night sky as the polestar. It is located above all the Grahalokas. Above Dhruvaloka is Maharloka and above Maharloka is Janaloka, and above Janaloka is Tapaloka, and above Tapaloka is Satyaloka. The Vaikuntha planets begin beyond Satyaloka.
The Vishnu Purana describes that the outer covering of the universe begins above the sun. Below the Earth plane begin the seven lower lokas of Atala, Vitala, Sutala, Talatala, Mahatala, Rasatala, and Patala. Below these lokas is the Garbhodaka Ocean where Sesa Naga lies.
The higher lokas are the realms of devas, demigods, and angels. Bhuvarloka is the abode of ghostly spirits, and the lower planets are populated by those of demoniac consciousness as well as the snakes known as “Nagas”. Development of higher consciousness, which also includes advanced intellectuality, starts with human beings and further increases among the denizens of higher planetary systems. The Earth plane is situated close to the middle of these lokas.
Descriptions of the Lokas
This is the abode of Lord Brahma, the progenitor of this material universe. Here there are airplanes controlled by mantra, not by any mechanical means. The residents have mind and intelligence, but no material gross bodies. They feel compassion for those suffering in the lower regions, but do not suffer fear, old age, or death. At the time of final dissolution of the relative universe the residents here assume their Absolute bodies and enter the eternal Goloka.
This is the abode of the four Kumaras named Sanat, Sanaka, Sanandana, and Sanatana. In this world many great sages also reside due to their advancement through spiritual austerity. The enjoyment available to the residents is inconceivable to us as it is beyond anything of our experience. When there is annihilation of the material universe the residents here assume their Absolute bodies and enter the eternal Goloka.
This planet, still above the heavenly realms, is another abode of great saints and sages. This planet is populated by mystics who move to higher planets, and eventually assume their Absolute bodies and enter the eternal Goloka when the fire of devastation consumes the material planets. These residents can move between any planets within the material universe as mystic “spacemen” at speeds unthinkable to us.
When fully purified from material desire and contamination through sacrifice, penance, and charity one can reach the heavenly planets, and if advancing further can pass through the higher orbits to reach Maharloka. The greatest of sages, such as Bhrigu Muni, live in this place. It is situated beyond the “Sisumara”, which is the pivotal point for the turning of the universe. Advanced yogis reach this planet and live here for 4,300,000,000 solar years. When the fire of devastation almost reaches this planet the residents transport themselves to Satyaloka where they live further before this highest of planets is destroyed. They then assume their Absolute bodies and enter the eternal Goloka.
In every material universe is one Vaikuntha planet with an ocean of milk where Lord Vishnu resides on an island called Svetadvipa. This planet is Dhruvaloka. Living here are completely pure personalities. In our universe this planet is seen as the polestar and is situated above the planets of the Seven Rishis. This planet is the pivot for all material stars’ and planets’ orbits. All planets travel at high speeds in orbit, including the sun, which travels 16,000 miles per second in its orbit around Dhruvaloka. The planets of the seven sages are stars just below this planet that also orbit Dhruvaloka. They are always concerned with the welfare of the living entities within this material world and send emissaries to bring spiritual knowledge at various times and circumstances.
The Grahalokas, Residences of the Administrators of Karma
The karma ruled by Shani is considered very negative and in this respect Shani is much maligned. But in reality all influence from Shani works together for good ultimately. The karma from Shani acts as a deterrent, and because it brings denial and necessity into some lives, it has been called or considered oppressive karma.
"He that filleth with pride will suffer a fall", for the karma from Shani will bring him to his knees, humble his nature and by means of limitations, causes the individual to ponder, study and seek to find the source of woe, that in the future it may be overcome. Thus while Shanikarma is a destroyer of false ideals, it is also a redeemer, in that it brings the mind to a state of introspection and stimulates effort toward perfection and victory.
The karma from Shani may produce an influence of a serious and practical nature, wisely economical, prudent, conservative, executive and profound, good organizers and managers. This karma may also produce a train of adversities, delays, restrictions, disappointments and sorrow, and problems may these lead to misery, poverty and ill-health.
Shani is situated above Guru and passes through one sign of the zodiac every 30 months.
Guru / Brihaspati (Jupiter)
Guru is the Graha of luck or fortune. It is expansive, optimistic energy that brings benefits to whatever planets or houses it associates with. It rules opportunity, prosperity, affluence and money.
Guru rules the karma of deserved benefits earned from activities of the past. This means that what appears in one's life as luck or chance advantages are considered the results of past efforts.
Another main attribute of Guru is ruler ship of religion, philosophy and spiritual affairs. Its influence is more inclined towards appreciation of traditional beliefs, faith and devotion rather than ascetic, occult or mystical tendencies. Guru rules the karma associated with the higher evolutionary qualities.
Guru is a planet of devas, and situated above Kuja.
Kuja / Angaraka (Mars)
Kuja rules the karma of energy, the form of energy that it assumes depends upon its position, aspects and location in the chakra.
Kuja karma manifests as hot, dry and masculine and has much to do with the ambitions, desires and animal nature.
The karma ruled by Kuja causes the person to be noticeably ambitious, positive and fond of leadership. The karma makes the individual inventive and mechanical - good builders and managers that usually make their way to the front in whatever they undertake. Being averse to the dictatorship of others and unhappy in subordinate positions, the individual usually finds the best outlet for the karma when independently employed or in a position of authority over others.
Kuja is situated above Budha.
The influence of the karma that Budha rules is variable, convertible, neutral and dualistic. That is, it expresses a nature in accordance with the character of other karma that is manifesting at the same time, magnifying the malefic or benefit effect of the other karma.
Budhakarma makes the individual active minded, quick to discern, eager to acquire knowledge, fond of investigation, inquiry, research, exploration and fond of reading.
The karma ruled by Budha can make the individual a good linguist, orator, writer, reporter, teacher, or secretary - fully capable of maintaining any position where adaptability, dexterity, perception, skill, wit, imagination and good memory are required. Conducts work in an orderly, methodical, systematic and handy manner, being adept at simplifying arrangements.
Budha is beyond the Shukraloka.
Shukrakarma provides the influence to be ambitious as well as proud and obstinate, but affectionate and loving.
You are self-reliant and have a piercing intellect with great endurance, latent power and energy. You always put your ideas into practice. Fond of pleasure, you love beauty and music and have a magnetic personality.
Shukra karma endows the individual with a pleasant or handsome countenance, symmetrical form and graceful manners. Inclines to harmony, and as this karma rules the sense of touch, favors art, music and decoration. Shukrakarma makes natural peacemakers, and gives a refined nature that softens the ruffled feelings of friends and converts anger to pleasure. Shukra karma promotes pleasure and endows the individual with the ability to be a splendid entertainer or excellent host.
In the extreme, Shukrakarma is apt to cultivate the social and pleasure-giving tendencies to an extent that is detrimental to other interests. There can be a tendency for when living too much on the personal-plane and the real or finer attributes are submerged as the emotions dominate. It is also possible for the influence of Shukra to produce unsatisfactory domestic conditions, anxiety in love, difficulty with friends and finances.
Chandra is one of the four most important residences of the demigods. Those who worship the demigods through sacrifice aimed at great material enjoyment are promoted to Chandraloka. Here the celestial, intoxicating beverage called “soma” is available. It is not possible to enter into or even see the actual heavenly dimensions of this planet with our present eyes. Chandra passes through the entire zodiac in approximately one month and influences the growth of vegetation and therefore considered the life-giver for all living beings on earth.
Chandrakarma provides the influence to be sensitive, emotional and domesticated, possessing a love for home and kindred.
A strong Chandrakarma influence causes the individual to be very interested in family, patriotic and have a good memory for events in history. The karma causes interest in public events and sympathetic toward others. Chandra karma produces a fertile imagination and many ups and downs in life. It makes the individual quite receptive or mediumistic and bestows musical talent. The karma causes an affinity for water and natural beauty.
Surya is the source of light and heat for our universe. Modern science considers many stars to also be suns, but in the vedic literature they are considered to be planets of varying material elements, but not the center, as is Surya. Surya is considered an expansion of Narayana (a form of Lord Vishnu) and controls the seasons here on earth. Surya is situated between Bhuloka and Bhuvarloka, rotating through the time circle of the zodiac in a circle whose circumference is 95,100,000 yojanas and Surya is 100,000 yojanas above Bhumandala (the Earth plane). Yogis practicing hatha or ashtanga yoga, or those performing agnihotra sacrifices, worship the sun for their benefit. The demigods residing on Suryaloka have bodies made of fire, necessary for life here.
Suryakarma rules the jiva and is therefore called âtmakaraka, or jiva indicator. As such, the conditions and surroundings of Surya will reveal tendencies and affinities that are extremely fundamental to the individual.
Surya karma is generally malefic, but not as difficult as Kuja and Shani. Surya is very important since it governs the individual’s confidence, authority, power and status. It also rules father and has a great deal to do with career and worldly activities.
Rahu and Ketu
Rahu is a dark planet and is rarely visible but can be seen during eclipses, situated 10,000 yojanas below the sun. It causes solar and lunar eclipses, and the Samvartaka Fire is triggered by the release of the collective karma administered by Rahu.
Rahu karma has a distinct, profound and predictable impact on human lives. Rahu karma governs one's ego, anger, mentality, lust, drugs and alcohol addictions. Rahu rules the karma of worldly desire. This karma disturbs by way of lethargy, grossness and insensitivity. Rahu karma also governs robbery, black magic, and other negative activities of life. Adverse influence of Rahu karma can make one completely brutal, and violent. Rahu karma is also significant for hidden money, gambling, fatality, and darkness.
Ketuis the tail of Rahu and can be seen as the asteroid belt. Astrologically, the position of Ketu is always 180 degrees from Rahu, so we calculate the position of Rahu then add 180 degrees.
Kethu karma is Moksha karaka, or indicator of enlightenment. This karma gives very fine spiritual tendencies, especially qualities of asceticism and non-attachment. It is therefore rather common to find a prominently positioned Kethu in the chakra of a dedicated spiritual seeker.
Kethu karma is also jñana karaka meaning knowledge, wisdom, or discrimination that essential to the path to enlightenment. Therefore, along with the spiritual tendencies created, this karma confers great discriminative powers, even to the extent of psychic ability.
Siddhaloka, Caranaloka, & Vidyadharaloka
These lokas are below Rahu. The residents of these planets are born with natural mystic powers, including the ability to fly without mechanical means, even to other lokas. They have all the mystic siddhis, and being materially perfect beings can control gravity, time, and space. Their arts, culture, and sciences are far superior to that knowledge possessed by we here in the earthly realm.
Yakshaloka & Rakshashaloka
Beneath these higher planetary systems, in the sky called “antariksha”, are the residences of the Yakshas, Rakshashas, Pisachas, ghosts, and other etheral beings. This realm extends as far as the wind blows and clouds float in the sky. Above this, there is no air.
Bhumandala (Middle Earth)
The planetary systems of middle earth (Bhumandala or Bhuloka) are abodes of both standards of living such as we enjoy on our planet, as well as some heavenly abodes where living beings may “stop” on the way to, or from, births in the heavenly planetary systems. There are seven lokas, which are divided by seven oceans. The names of the lokas are Jambu, Plaksha, Salmali, Kusha, Krauncha, Shaka, and Pushkara. Each loka is twice as large as the one preceding it.
Bhumandala is shaped like a lotus flower and the seven lokas are in the whorl of the lotus. The radius of Bhumandala extends as far as the sunshine, and the limits of our vision here to see the stars and moon.
Below the earth are seven other systems called Atala, Vitala, Sutala, Talatala, Mahatala, Rasatala, and Patala. These lower planetary systems are the same size as the earth planet, and begin below the Earth plane. Sunshine does not reach these planets and light comes from jewels on the hoods of serpents. These lokas are populated by persons of great power and opulence, yet of demoniac consciousness, who have reached here through austerity aimed at material enjoyment without spiritual development. They do not become old and diseased and fear only the time factor, which ultimately must destroy their abodes. Therefore they are given the name of “bila-svarga”, or subterranean heavenly lokas.
The residents here enjoy a standard of material comfort more opulent than even the higher lokas due to their desires for high standards of sensual enjoyment, wealth, and influence. The residents are known as Daityas, Danavas, and Nagas and are all engaged in illusory material enjoyment with no thought of spiritual liberation. There are incredible feats of architecture in their cities bedecked with valuable jewels in houses, gardens, compounds, etc. All residents drink juices and bathe in herbal elixirs which free them from any anxiety or physical disease, as well as any sign of physical aging. The visual beauty of these artificial heavens surpasses that of the higher planets and this sensual atmosphere completely captures the mind, allowing no thoughts but those directed toward sensual pleasure and happiness. Since time is not divided into days and nights due to no sunshine reaching these planets, they have no fear produced by time. Only at the time of dissolution does anxiety and fear consume them.
Narakaloka, the Hellish Lokas
Beneath Patalaloka, and slightly above the water of the Garbhodaka ocean, are the Naralokas, or the hellish lokas. These lokas are of different degrees of suffering for those who must endure life there. Here on earth we can see many hellish circumstances of suffering for people, but nothing like what is experienced on these planets. They are said to be a place of rectification for those who commit the most abominable actions while living as humans on the earthly plane. Although life here seems like it goes on for an eternity, in actual fact the duration of one’s “karmic sentence” here may be only seconds or moments. There are 28 different hellish lokas described in the Vedic literatures.
These descriptions of the material creation, as well as the spiritual lokas, may be found in several Vedic literatures to a far greater depth.
All of the lokas in the material world will in time be annihilated. This annihilation takes place in two ways. Partial annihilation occurs every 4,300,000,000 solar years, or at the end of each day on Satyaloka. This extends from the hellish lokas through all lower lokas up to the heavenly lokas. The highest lokas are not annihilated at this time. The entire cosmic manifestation is wound up in the universal form of God every 311.04 trillion solar years. The spiritual world, which is never annihilated, simply absorbs the material creation. In this chart we can see the lifetime of Lord Brahma to get an idea of these great cycles:
It is described that before the destruction there is no rain for hundreds of years. Everything dries up and dies due to continuous sunshine. The sun becomes 12 times as powerful as was previously. Then there are horrendous rains that absorb everything into water.
The mortal bodies of living entities, including all vegetation, merge into the earth. The earth merges into its subtle sensation of fragrance. Fragrance merges into water, and water merges into its quality of taste. That taste merges into fire, which merges into form. Form merges into touch and touch into ether. Ether finally merges into the sensation of sound. The senses all merge into their origins, the presiding devas and demigods, then they merge into the controlling mind, which merges into ego in the mode of goodness. Sound becomes one with ego in the mode of ignorance, and ego (the first of all the physical elements), merges into the total nature. The total material nature dissolves into the modes (goodness, passion, and ignorance). These modes then merge into the unmanifest form of nature, and that unmanifest form merges into time. Time merges into the Supreme Godhead, present as Maha-Vishnu, the original creator of the cosmic manifestation. The origin of all life merges into God, the unborn Supreme Soul who remains one without a second, and from whom all creation and annihilation takes place. This annihilation of the material world is the exact reverse of the process of creation. Everything ultimately rests within the Supreme Absolute.
This video is a 3-D model of the Kala Cakra - the cosmic wheel of time. It shows Dhruvaloka and the Grahalokas. Expand this video to full screen to enjoy the detail:
Vedic Cosmology - Kala Cakra
This is picture of one universe and all the detail based on Vedic Literature. There is a high resolution version that you can see by moving your cursor over the image. If you have a center-wheel on your mouse, use it to vary the magnification.
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