By Late ÁCÁRYA Kiirtananda Avadhuta
Once about six or seven years ago i was walking with BA’BA’ to the top of Dimdiha Hill. BA’BA’ sat on a stone and said to me, “Do you see how the top of this hill is broken off? From this we may conclude that it was once an active volcano, and when it erupted its top was blown off. The Geologists and Geographeres say that Rarh is not a volcanic zone, but they do not know that previously there was a shift of the poles and that before that shift this area was a volcanic zone. Now i will prove it. Go down to the river bank where the river meets the hill and search for some black stones there. These are volcanic rocks.”

I went to the river bank and found a black stone just as BA’BA’ had described, and brought it to BA’BA’. BA’BA’ took it and said, ” Yes, this is Lava.” Then BA’BA’ told me to call one of the village farmers, and BA’BA’ showed him the stone and asked, “Do you often find this type of stone near here?”

The village answered, “Yes, when we plough our fields they often come up from under the ground.”
BA’BA’ asked, “How far away do you find such stones?”

The farmer answered, “As far as two miles away from here, in all directions.”

BA’BA’ said, ” You see, the range of the Lava flow from the Volcanic eruption was a radius of two miles. The scholars say that this part of INDIA is not within a volcanic region, but today that History has been refuted.”


The rivers in A’nanda Nagar are:
1) Dakina, (southern).
2) Uttara, (northern).
3) Kunti, (mother of the Pandava brothers) previously called Kopia, meaning angry, because of flash floods.
4) Alkananda, meaning the river coming from heaven, and previously called Alkusi (which often gave lots of trouble due to flash floods and the subsequent damage this caused).
5) Guaki, which is loop shaped, and is actually the confluence of the Daksina and Uttara.
6. Paragati, and
7. Mandakinii.

India used to be called the land of the seven rivers, and now A’nanda Nagar is the land of the seven rivers.