Hindu Science

Conventions in Hinduism were viewed fundamentally as superstitions, yet with the approach of science, it is getting to be noticeably obvious that these customs depend on some logical learning and moved from eras to eras as conventions. Despite the fact that the average citizens did not know science in it, they were tailing it loyally throughout the years. This article is an endeavour to present the science that may be involved in these customs and ceremonies. Old Rishis, which were researchers really, did not tell the ordinary citizens the science required in these conventions, yet rather related them with the God and religion, so that the everyday citizens would profit by them.

Another contributing element is that the Hindu customs are made relying upon the atmosphere of India as Hinduism is the principle religion in India. Indeed, even in India, there are diverse areas with various atmosphere, so they shift from district to locale.

1. Why each Hindu ought to have a Tulsi plant before his/her home?

Reply: The Latin name of Tulsi plant is " Ocimum Sanctum." It is additionally called as Holy Basil. For a large number of years, Tulsi has been worshiped by Hindus. It is considered as a sacrosanct plant and it is fundamental for each Hindu family to have a Tulsi plant before their home. The current investigations, have demonstrated that Tulsi plant discharges Ozone (O3) alongside oxygen, which is extremely essential for environmental adjust. World Ozone Day is commended on sixteenth September of consistently, at which time some ecological associations issue Tulsi plants in substantial numbers.

Other than the above, Tulsi has bunches of therapeutic uses and is a vital herb as per Ayurveda. Tulsi leaves reinforce our invulnerable framework/immune system. In this way, the Tulsi leaves are mostly utilized for treating fever, cold, cough, sore throat, and respiratory issues.

In this way, I think Hindus as well as every one of us ought to have a Tulsi plant before our home.

2. Why Hindus revere some specific trees and not every one of the trees?

Reply: the reality of the matter is that Hindus respect every one of the trees yet some specific trees and plants are viewed as hallowed and have been worshiped more than a huge number of years.

A portion of the illustrations are Peepal Tree (Ficus religiosa) and Audumbar Tree (Ficus racemosa). These two trees are 24-hour oxygen generators and can't be planted physically. They develop all alone essentially through the birds, which eat their organic products. Audumbar tree is related with Guru Dattatreya, one of fundamental Hindu divinities and cutting or shaming the tree in any capacity is considered as a transgression. Both of these trees are vital for biological adjust. So by associating them with Hindu gods, they have been secured, so that nobody would cut them.

3. Why Hindus pierce ears of an infant?

Reply: After an infant is conceived, it is a general practice in Hindus to pierce his/her ears. Really, it is a piece of needle therapy treatment. Needle therapy and pressure point massage is not new to Hindus. Indeed, even it is said that these systems started in India and later they were rationed and altered by Chinese. External piece of ears conveys a considerable measure of critical Acupuncture and pressure point massage focuses. The point where the ears of an infant are pierced is known for curing asthma. That is the reason even old Hindus used to wear studs however now a days most Hindus don't wear hoops. They don't pierce the ears after first piercing. The gaps in their ears end up noticeably imperceptible after as they grow up. Just Hindu female wear hoops as a custom.

Be that as it may, there are guys of a few ranks in Hinduism who wear studs as a custom till now.

4. Why Hindus don't eat meat on specific days?

Reply: Hindus don't eat meat on specific days, not restricted but rather including:

Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays of consistently, Sankashti Chaturthi, Angarki Chaturthi, Ekadashi, Gudhipadwa, Akshaytrutiya, Diwali (all the days) and numerous more promising days.

Among these, the explanation behind not eating meat on some specific days barring week after week days is simply religious. Slaughtering of creatures is considered as a sin in Hinduism. Along these lines, individuals abstain from eating meat at any rate on those favourable days to keep up holiness of that specific day.

The purpose for not eating meat on weekdays including Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays is that as an individual we require just a little measure of meat to satisfy necessities of our body, for example, iron, vitamin B12 and other crucial supplements. Be that as it may, individual essentially is a creature and we get dependent on eating meat. As we know eating intemperate meat is bad for wellbeing. It can cause infections like piles, kidney stones, colon malignancy, circulatory strain, heart attack, and so forth. At that point, additionally individuals can't avoid themselves eating flesh. Consequently, Hinduism has put a few limitations by appointing the days to specific divinities. E.g. Monday is committed to Lord Shiva, Thursday to Lord Dattatreya, and Saturday to Lord Hanuman. Along these lines, individuals have been appointed some religious confinements and as the greater part of Hindus are religious, they do comply with this run the show. Along these lines, they confine the meat in their eating regimen which is useful for their wellbeing.

5. Why just a few stations are permitted to eat non-veggie lover nourishment and others are most certainly not?

Reply: Basically, who should eat and who ought not rely on upon the control of a man. On the off chance that you ask a cutting edge specialist, he will essentially reveal to you that in the event that you have requirement for more calories and you do a ton of physical work, at that point just you ought to eat nonvegetarian nourishment. On the off chance that your occupation is of inactive sort and you eat a considerable measure of unhealthy nourishment, you will undoubtedly put on more weight and welcome many sorts of sicknesses identified with being overweight.

The medieval standing arrangement of India depended on the occupation of the man. Along these lines the general population from a specific rank accomplishing more physical work were permitted to eat meat. For instance, employment of a Kshatriya was to battle with adversary and secure the general population. Along these lines, they required a considerable measure of vitality. Subsequently, Kshatriyas were permitted to eat meat. Similarly, an agriculturist who requires a considerable measure of physical work was permitted to eat meat. Then again, different stations like Brahmins who do Prayer and wise work requiring less hard work were confined from eating meat. Similarly, weavers, agents were not permitted to eat meat.

Besides, some nonvegetarian items like meat and chicken are difficult to process. On the off chance that you don't have enough body development, it will be hard for you to process that sustenance and you will be pointlessly welcoming the diseases.

6. We get the human body after our spirit goes through 84,00,000 species.

Hindus trust we get a human body after our spirit goes through 84,00,000 species. At first, pundits of Hinduism used to state this is only a myth, such a variety of animal categories don't exist. In any case, with the appearance of science, it is uncovered that there are around 84,00,000 species on the earth. Along these lines, the above proclamation is typical for the way that person is conceived through development and we people are the most exceptional phase of advancement.

7. How Yogis drift noticeable all around?

You probably found in a few commercials or in toon movies in light of Hindu mythologies that a few Yogis have the energy of floating noticeable all around while meditating. This can be clarified with the marvel of superconductivity. This is a conceivable logical clarification.

Superconductivity is a phenomena in which the electrical resistance of specific materials turns out to be precisely zero, underneath a trademark temperature, typically well beneath 0 degrees Celcius. For instance, some cuprate-perovskite earthenware materials move toward becoming superconductors at - 183 degrees Celcius.

At the point when the material progresses toward becoming superconductor, magnetic lines don't go through them and they coast noticeable all around. This can be effectively shown in the lab utilizing liquid nitrogen and the superconductor material. A similar rule applies to the body of the Yogi.

In Dnyaneshwari, composed by Saint Dnyaneshwar, he has depicted his experience of what happens when Kundalini Shakti emerges in the body. He has specified that it feels like Kundalini power drinks all the blood and gobbles up all the substance in your body and your body turns out to be, extremely frosty. After some time, it again recovers everything and your body progresses toward becoming as crisp as an infant.

It is very conceivable that when the temperature of Yogi's body diminishes, it compasses to a point where Yogi's body turns into a superconductor and henceforth, the gravitational lines don't go through his body and he glides noticeable all around. However, there is no confirmation for this yet it is very conceivable.

Henceforth, it is not a superstition that Yogis drift noticeable all around. The advertisement producers who ridicule the Hindus in the promotions by making fun out of the Yogis coasting noticeable all around ought to consider this reality.

8. Hypothesis of atom was first advanced by Indian researcher Kanad.

We learn in our science reading material that the everything in this universe is comprised of atoms  i.e. atom  is the minutest parts of the matter and this hypothesis was first advanced by Dalton. Henceforth, the hypothesis is known as Dalton's atomic hypothesis. In any case, this hypothesis was first advanced by an Indian researcher Kanad before 500 B.C. It is not only gossip but rather it is a demonstrated truth. The confirmation is there to demonstrate this yet at the same time the credit goes to Dalton and not to Kanad.