Where did the first humans live?

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✍️ Giving information about human development in the class, the teacher told the children that the ancestors of all of us were monkeys.

So a Haryanvi kid got upset and said,

“Thare honge, humare to chaudhary thee.”

Where did the first humans live?
Where did the first humans live?

So! This may be true.

However, some intellectuals raise the question that if humans are made of monkeys or langurs, then why haven’t all monkeys and langurs become human yet?

Well the question is logical and valid.

So the answer is:

It is said that all living beings originated from a single celled organism.

Which can be considered as a type of tree. From which, under different stages of development, different organisms originated.

Adivanar originated from these. From one of which the human species evolved and from the other the monkey species.

So according to that, even though the human race and the monkey race are different, the ancestors (Adivanars) of both of us are the same.

Let us understand this in simple words.

Just like a cat can never develop into a lion and a lion can never develop into a cat. But they are considered in the same family.

Because their ancestors were also the same.

Where did the first humans live?
Where did the first humans live?

So the origin of the human species from Adivanaar itself is called the Adimanav Kaal.

When primitive man had hair all over his body and he remained naked like other animals.

Because then shame, shame and respect did not exist.

The primitive man was also a complete wanderer. He used to roam freely all day without any restriction.

Lived in the forests by forming a herd, ate fruits and flowers, hunted and used to jump from one tree to another like monkeys.

When fire was not discovered in the beginning, primitive man used to eat only raw meat.

But then like two flowers like in old Bollywood movies, suddenly two stones collided and there was a spark, then fire was discovered.

With the discovery of fire, there were revolutionary changes in the life of primitive man.

He cooked the food and started eating it. Especially meat.

So he used to sleep outside the caves with a fire, so that he could protect himself from dangerous animals. Because all the animals were afraid of fire.

So on the other hand, he used to create fire by hitting the stones and used to make utensils and sharp weapons for hunting from the stones itself.

His first weapon is believed to be an axe.

Where did the first humans live?
Where did the first humans live?

So the primitive man gradually learned to wear big leaves and animal skins on his body to protect himself from the cold.

With the passage of time, step by step human development took place. It was from animals that early humans learned to reproduce.

The famous discovery of fire was followed by the discovery of the wheel. With which a bullock cart was made to come and go.

Then searched for clothes.

When we learned to do animal husbandry and agriculture, our dependence on hunting decreased.

At the same time, after leaving the caves, they started living in huts.

Thank you very much.

Where did the first humans live?
Where did the first humans live?

Jan and picture source:

The information is based on my own information and books, various sites on the Internet and the pictures are taken from Google Images, with thanks.


Why are we born?

My research says that life originated from inertia and reached so far in the depths of meditation that the ultimate purpose of life is to give knowledge to the soul and the ultimate purpose of the soul’s knowledge is to reach Pondha through animal life and from there again inertness. Have to do but my research on why inert matter do this is going on, I can explain this thing in depth but for now thank you so much.

Why are humans born?

Very interesting question. According to Advaita philosophy. The soul is part of God. But it is immersed in maya which blinds it to the reality of the existence of God. Let alone realize that he is a part of that supreme power.
The soul dissolves in maya and in the cycle of birth and rebirth. Then each birth becomes a learning opportunity for the soul, to know what is maya (desires, senses and emotions) and what is not. Sometimes maya is so strong that the soul has to learn through difficulties to understand that maya is suffering. Like a rich person lose all their money in stock market or in business is the feeling that money and wealth don’t stay with someone permanently, unsuccessful marriages (especially love marriages) make people feel this That love is momentary and you have to learn to live with yourself in the same way. So, try to see what your life is trying to teach you. Learn it quick because if you don’t it will come back to you.

Is death certain even before birth?

First Thing: Before Birth
The genes that come in the child from the parent’s chromosomes, its DNA almost determines how many years this child will live and what diseases it will have.
Second thing: with birth
Out of the number of brain cells i.e. neurons that are available with birth in the body, about 5000 neurons die every day and not a single new cell is ever formed.
About 20% of neurons die by the age of 60 and 25% by the age of 80. Then the brain is no longer able to operate the body. That’s why it would be correct to say that the process of death begins with birth, which ends after 70-80 years. That is, death is not an event but a slow process. Death is not an event, it is a slow process. Death is inevitable after birth. There is no way to escape.
Third point: after birth
Natural calamities, accidents, violent incidents, diseases, etc. are other incidental factors that can cause death.
Death is certain by the union of the above two essential and one incidental elements.

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