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Scientific Facts Behind Hindu Traditions

Scientific Facts Behind Hindu Traditions

There are many superstitions about the hindu traditions but due to the scientific development and reasoning it has become evident that all the hindu traditions are based on scientific knowledge and passed from generations to generations as traditions. A majority of people aren’t aware of the science behind it even when they are following these traditions since a really long time. So let’s know the practical reason behind some of the major Hindu traditions that is followed by all of us –

1. Greeting by joining both arms together – In the Hindu culture, it is a common practice to join both palms to greet each other. This gesture is termed as “Namaskar” and is offered to show some respect. Scientifically, joining both hands ensures joining the tips of all fingers together that are denoted to the pressure points of ears, eyes and mind. Pressing these pressure points together activates the pressure points that helps one to remember that person concerned for a long time period.

2. Applying Tilak on forehead – The spot between the two eyebrows on the forehead is considered as a major nerve point in the human body. Applying tilak is believed to prevent the loss of energy and the red kumkum between the eyebrows is believed to retain that energy in the body and control various levels of concentrations.

3. Throwing coins in rivers – This practice is followed with a motive to attract good luck. Scientifically speaking, in the ancient times most of the currency used was made of copper unlike the stainless steel coins that are used today. Copper is a vital metal that is highly useful to the human body. Throwing these coins in rivers was a really great way to assure that we intake sufficient copper as a part of water because rivers were the only source of drinking water back then.

4.The practice of wearing toe rings by Indian women – The practice of wearing toe rings is not just a common practice followed by married women in India but there is a science behind it. Generally, the toe rings are worn on the second toe and a particular nerve from the second toe connects the uterus and passes to the heart. The practice of wearing toe rings strengthens the uterus and keeps it healthy by regulating the blood flow to it and also helps in regulating the menstrual cycle.

The Indian traditions hold great value and are followed for a reason. There are some knowledgeable astrologers who can better explain the significance of these traditions like Pt. Pawan Kaushik. You can call on 9999097600 in order to book an appointment with him or simply visit his website to read more about Indian traditions and their significance.

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