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Is the origin of ISO Certification from the Vedas?

By Dr K K Aggarwal
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Whatever you say or do means you are ISO certified.

In mythology, truthfulness means that you do what you think or say. ISO therefore is a Vedic stamp for truthfulness.

You need ISO certification in Kalyug as majority being Kalyugis will not do what they say or think.

In traditional old business times, people conducted their transactions on verbal assurances but today every one works on written agreements. The saying was “Prana Jaye per vachan na jaye”.

 

 

Is the origin of ISO Certification from the Vedas?

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Spirituality - Science Behind Rituals | Tagged With: , , | | Comments Off on Is the origin of ISO Certification from the Vedas?

Whatever you say or do means you are ISO certified. Whatever you say or do means you are ISO certified In mythology, truthfulness means that you do what you think or say. ISO therefore is a Vedic stamp for truthfulness. You need ISO certification in Kalyug as majority being Kalyugis will not be doing what they say or think.

In traditional old business times, transactions were done on verbal assurances but today every one works on written agreements. “Prana Jaye per vachan na jaye” was a very common saying in those times.

Is the origin of ISO Certification from the Vedas?

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Spirituality - Science Behind Rituals | Tagged With: , , | | Comments Off on Is the origin of ISO Certification from the Vedas?

Whatever you say or do means you are ISO certified. Whatever you say or do means you are ISO certified In mythology, truthfulness means that you do what you think or say. ISO therefore is a Vedic stamp for truthfulness. You need ISO certification in Kalyug as majority being Kalyugis will not be doing what they say or think. In traditional old business times, transactions were done on verbal assurances but today every one works on written agreements. “Prana Jaye per vachan na jaye” was a very common saying in those times.

Is the origin of ISO Certification from the Vedas?

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Spirituality - Science Behind Rituals | Tagged With: , , | | Comments Off on Is the origin of ISO Certification from the Vedas?

Whatever you say or do means you are ISO certified.

In mythology, truthfulness means that you do what you think or say. ISO therefore is a Vedic stamp for truthfulness. You need ISO certification in Kalyug as majority being Kalyugis will not be doing what they say or think.

In traditional old business times, transactions were done on verbal assurances but today every one works on written agreements. The saying was “Prana Jaye per vachan na jaye”.

Is the origin of ISO Certification from the Vedas?

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Spirituality - Science Behind Rituals | Tagged With: , , | | Comments Off on Is the origin of ISO Certification from the Vedas?

Whatever you say or do means you are ISO certified.

In mythology, truthfulness means that you do what you think or say. ISO therefore is a Vedic stamp for truthfulness.

You need ISO certification in Kalyug as majority being Kaliyugis will not be doing what they say or think.

In traditional old business times, people conducted their transactions on verbal assurances but today every one works on written agreements. The saying was “Prana Jaye per vachan na jaye”.

Is the origin of ISO Certification from the Vedas?

By Dr K K Aggarwal
Filed Under Spirituality - Science Behind Rituals | Tagged With: , , | | Comments Off on Is the origin of ISO Certification from the Vedas?

Whatever you say or do means you are ISO certified.

In mythology, truthfulness means that you do what you think or say. ISO therefore is a Vedic stamp for truthfulness.

You need ISO certification in Kaliyuga as majority being Kaliyugi will not be doing what they say or think.

In traditional old business times, people used to transact on verbal assurances but today every one works on written agreements. The saying was “Prana Jaye per vachan na jaye”.