Thursday, March 13, 2008

It's Loud and Clear Message.......from you all

The initial euphoria is subsided. The latest message is quite clear. No more people are interested in this project. So its high time that we should proceed to wind up it all. I am stepping out of it. Will concentrate on my main blog for some time.

Contributors, please send your work to CW or ICC only.

It was both a good and a bad experience. Well...., thank you all.

Tuesday, March 11, 2008


Another contribution from a familiar friend and comic lover Frank,its very appreciative gesture from his side as he also runs a similar blog(Online Indian Comics).The scans are of crystal clear quality for which thanks and all credit to him.
The story is of Lord Rama's father Dashratha,which needs no introduction to any Indian.So right away enjoy this historical story......

Download Comic (11.66 MB)

Thursday, March 6, 2008

ACK-005 Dasha Avatar

Its Maha Shivratri day today. Best wishes for the day to all. It is one of the main festivals of Hindus, especially for the devotees of Shiva, the lord of destruction.

The festival basics can be read here.

A group of over 200 Hindu pilgrims from India are visiting the world famous Katas Raj temple (in Pakistan) on the occasion of Maha Shivratri, the festival devoted to Lord Shiva. Read here.


Some Shivratri special wallpapers for your desktop.

The first contribution to this blog is here and what a magnificent one. A 90+ pages super issue of Dasha Avatars, equivalent to three regular ACKs. The credit goes to Ranjit, one of the prominent contributors to indrajal blogs. Thanks Ranjit for this beautiful contribution

I have brightened up the images a bit to make them more enjoyable.

The Avatar concept is the very cornerstone of Hindu theology. According to it, the Supreme Power manifest itself in animal or human forms on earth, with the divine mission of cleansing it of the periodically increasing evil.

The Avatar concept is closely related to the measurement of time in Hindu theology which has its basis on one working day of Brahma.

According to the Bhagwat Purana, Brahma, the creator, is the causal effect of the predetermined periodic creation and dissolution of the universe.

Each creation or Kalpa is equal to one day and each dissolution or Pralaya is equal to one night in the life of Brahma. A Kalpa and a Pralaya last for 4,320 million human years each.

Every Kalpa has 1000 cycles of 4 Yugas (ages). Each cycle of 4 Yugas is completed in 4,320,000 human years. The Yugas are called Satya, Treta, Dwapara and Kali.

The Avatars which are considered most significant are ten in number and they form the Dasha Avatar. These ten start with the form of a lowly fish and work up to the noble man, cast in the image of God. The fanciful find a parallel to Darwin's theory of evolution in the progression of these Avatars.

The Avatars enable the common folk to speak of or listen to stories of divine doings which is a simple way of proceeding towards Godhead; particularly in our Kali Yuga with its sick hurry and divided aims.

Download ACK-005 Dasha Avatar
(91 Pages, 22 MB)