Category Archives: Science & Spirituality

Shivaratri Scientific Facts

YUVA SHAKTI BANARAS/ February 14, 2015/ Science & Spirituality/

  Science in the idol – in the Human form In the human form, Lord Shiva possesses the following four symbolic instruments in his hands. 1. Damaru This represents the Brahman in the form of the word (shabda Brahman). Alphabets consisting of the sounds of fifty-two basic letters and the forms of fourteen Maheshvar verses (sutras) have generated from it.

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YUVA SHAKTI BANARAS/ February 12, 2015/ Science & Spirituality/

  Lord Shiva who is considered as the God of Destruction and as well as Creation is a classic example of symbolizing the study of nuclear physics and nuclear energy in a form that could be understood by common man. To understand this, let us review some of the characteristics of Shiva Shiva is called Bholenaath (the naïve one) who

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Rudraksha Mala – SCIENCE BEHIND IT

YUVA SHAKTI BANARAS/ February 12, 2015/ Science & Spirituality/

SCIENCE BEHIND IT – Aapko pata he Rudraksha ki Mala me 108 rudraksha  hi manke kyu hote he… Kyuki Hamare Rishi gan hazaro saal phle ye jaante the ki suraj or dharti ki bich kitne duri he. Diametre of sun = 1 391 000 kilometers Distance between sun and earth = 149,597,870.7 kilometers The distance is exactly equal to that figure which will come if you multiply sun’s diameter

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Panchang Vs Gregorian Calendar

YUVA SHAKTI BANARAS/ February 11, 2015/ Science & Spirituality/

Shuprabhat Friends!!! Being a part of such a great, jest full, celebrative culture, we are fortunate enough that we don’t run out of chances to merry. Every now and then we glance to see what festival is arriving next as per our Hindu calendar. This is when I just got a question in my mind that why sometimes one tithi

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Yagya – Science Behind It

YUVA SHAKTI BANARAS/ February 10, 2015/ Science & Spirituality/

  Some Scientific Aspects of Yagna – Environmental Effects There are two basic energy systems in the physical world: heat and sound. In performing yagna, these two energies, namely, the heat from yagna’s fire and the sound of the chanting of the Gayatri and other Vedic Mantras, are blended together to achieve the desired physical, psychological and spiritual benefits. The

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Why Indians chant OM mantra? – Scientific Reason

YUVA SHAKTI BANARAS/ February 9, 2015/ Science & Spirituality/

  One of the most popular misconception about “OM” is that it is religious. On the contrary, it is the most universal syllable because it neither refers to any particular religion nor God. There have been several theories behind the OM mantra with the most popular explanation being that it was the cosmic sound which initiated the creation of universe (big

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YUVA SHAKTI BANARAS/ February 7, 2015/ Science & Spirituality/

The education system which was evolved first in ancient India is known as the Vedic system of education. In other words, the ancient systems of education were based on the Vedas and therefore it was given the name of Vedic Educational System. Ancient education emerged from the Vedas. They are supposed to be the source of Indian philosophy of life. Vedas means ‘to know’.

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Shankha – Scientific & Spiritual Significance of a Conch

YUVA SHAKTI BANARAS/ February 6, 2015/ Science & Spirituality/

First of all let us se the importance of shankh. According to our ancient scriptuires that is Puranas, the shankh was originated during the Churning of ocean by the Deities and Lord Vishnu held it in the form of weapon. As per a holy verse which is regularly chanted during the puja ritual it is mentioned that by the command

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YUVA SHAKTI BANARAS/ February 5, 2015/ Ayurvigyan, Science & Spirituality/

Diet and the mind The Vedas are the very roots of Indian culture. According to the Vedas, the aim of any activity is to achieve the Final Liberation (Moksha) whereas materialistic gain is only secondary to it. According to the Chandogya Upanishad, ‘Pure diet leads to a pure mind’. Positive mental health is essential to get rid of ignorance and

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YUVA SHAKTI BANARAS/ February 2, 2015/ Science & Spirituality/

Auspicious history of Sindoor along with interesting facts Sindoor is being applied by Indian women since Vedic era in their hair parting and on the forhead. Sindoor is being used by the Indian women in their hair-parting (maang) and as a dot on the forehead. Sindoor is one of the 16 adornments (solah shringar) in Hinduism. Aside from this, it’s

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