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India is known for it’s rich Hindu culture and tradition. There are hundred’s of mesmerizing Hindu temples across the country in different design, shape, locations; but not all temples are built as described in Vedic literature. Paying visit to the temples are not only to get blessing but to get a calm and better mind set. The following 10 scientific...
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One of the oldest and also the richest of religions, Hinduism has many such practices which we may follow just so because our mothers told so or because our nanis did so. And there are also many myths and superstitions attached to them. But to be truthful, they are not just some old bunch of crap that our ancestors...
Amazing Scientific-Reasons-Behind-Hindu-Traditions
For centuries, Hindus have observed countless rituals and traditions from dawn to dusk in their everyday household chores. Some are mentioned in Vedic scriptures and some are added later during the ages of Brahman scriptures. While conservative Hindus follow the rituals religiously, our intelligentsia have found scientific reasons behind Hindu rituals and traditions. We have listed some traditions Hindus have...
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1.  Joining Both Palms Together To Greet In Hindu culture, people greet each other by joining their palms – termed as “Namaskar.” The general reason behind this tradition is that greeting by joining both the palms means respect. However, scientifically speaking, joining both hands ensures joining the tips of all the fingers together; which are denoted to the pressure points...
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Hinduism is not a religion but a way of life. Unlike other religions, Hindu dharma has many specialities. This is not known as a religion, it is known as the dharma; Sanaathana Dharma. Sanaathana means, according to Bhagavath Geetha, which cannot be destroyed by fire, weapons, water, air, and which is present in all living and non-living being. Dharma...
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In India one is taught from a very young age never to touch papers, books, or people with one’s feet. If the feet accidentally touch papers, books, musical instruments, or any other educational equipment, children are told to reverentially touch, with their hands, what the feet touched and then to touch their eyes as a mark of apology. The custom...
Aarti
Offering Aarti means calling out to God with intense yearning. If a human being calls out to a Deity through the medium of the Aarti then he is granted either a vision of God in the form of light or of the Deities' form. Deity is appeased The hymns in an Aarti which are in praise of the Deities, also entail...
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The lamp has its own special place in Sanatan Vaidik Hindu Dharma. It is a form and a symbol of Tej (Absolute fire principle). The lamp is invoked as, ‘तमसो मा ज्‍योतिर्गमय ।’ meaning the lamp leads us from darkness towards light. It burns only to give message of peace and light to the man. This is its greatness....
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The word Upanayan consists of two words, upa and nayan. ‘Upa’ means near and ‘nayan’ means to take towards. In short, Upanayan means taking to the Guru (teacher), who will teach the Gayatri mantra. Nayan also means ‘the eye’. Upanayan thus means the inner vision (antahachakshu). Therefore that rite which facilitates the development of inner vision is called Upanayan.Vratabandha...
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Some things in human life are beyond the realm of intellect. Modern science cannot explain them. And that is where the science of spirituality enters in the life of man! According to the path of devotion (Bhaktiyoga) ritualistic worship or Puja is an important stage in process of worship! For performing ritualistic worship of a Deity filled with Bhav...

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