Hinduism: The Religion of Science and Truth

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Published on December 15, 2017

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WHY HINDUISM IS KNOWN AS THE SCIENTIFIC RELIGION: WHY HINDUISM IS KNOWN AS THE SCIENTIFIC RELIGION By: ISKCON DWARKA Hinduism is a religion which is based on facts. Like other religions, there are no rules and guidelines to follow. It is a religion of peace. The major scriptures of Hinduism are Vedas. There are 4 Vedas and 108 Upanishads in Hinduism. According to Hinduism, the main aim of human life are Dharma, Karma, Kama, Moksha and Yogas. It is also known as scientific religion because its practices and rituals are deeply rooted in science. Many science theories which we are studying today are already mentioned in Hinduism. : Hinduism is a religion which is based on facts. Like other religions, there are no rules and guidelines to follow. It is a religion of peace. The major scriptures of Hinduism are Vedas. There are 4 Vedas and 108 Upanishads in Hinduism. According to Hinduism, the main aim of human life are Dharma, Karma, Kama, Moksha and Yogas. It is also known as scientific religion because its practices and rituals are deeply rooted in science. Many science theories which we are studying today are already mentioned in Hinduism. INTRODUCTION Slide3: Similarities Between Modern and Vedic Science Universe have Several Existences Einstein’s Theory of Relativity Resemblance to Einstein’s Experiment Slide4: Universe have Several Existences In one of the article, physicist Roger Penrose suggested that the Big Bang's just one cycle among such events which proves that universe had several existences. This supports the Vedic philosophy that clearly indicates that the universe had several births and deaths. Slide5: Einstein’s Theory of Relativity Einstein is associated with the origin of Theory of Relativity. But, one might be surprised to know that most of these statements resemble the Puranic texts. His theory popularly known as ‘twin paradox’ suggests that when a pair of twins goes to outer space, the other pair stays on earth. It is said that when the traveling twin returns, it will be younger than the other pair. These passages resemble versus from Bhagavat Purana which communicate the relativity of time. Slide6: Resemblance to Einstein’s Experiment There is another tale from Puranas  that resembles Einstein’s experiment. A yogi, after exalting himself to higher realms from the earthly realm was told by the residents of the higher realm that it has been millions of years on our planet in few moments from the time he entered the higher realm.  He was also told that all his relatives and people he had known were deceased.  This was indeed the reference of relativity of time. Slide7: SCIENCES CONGRUENT WITH VEDIC TEXTS There are many disciplines described in the Vedas such as Vedic mathematics and Yoga that are a science in themselves. While Vedic mathematics suggests the way to solve the problems related to various corollaries of modern arithmetic in few seconds, Yoga is an extremely scientific way to combat stress and to get fit. Original Source: http://homerproject.org/why-hinduism-is-considered-as-the-best-religion.php Slide8: Contact us Website: http://iskcondwarka.org/ Email Id: info@iskcondwarka.org Address: Plot No.-4, Sub-City Level, Dwarka Sector -13, Behind Radisson B lu Hotel Delhi-110075 Contact No.: +91-8800223226 Slide9: THANK YOU

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