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Atal Bihari Vajpayee Hindi University likely to teach Science through Hindu Text Vedas

In U.S. News and World Report, Physicist Roger Penrose theorised that the Big Bang might be one in a cycle of such events, suggesting that the universe has had multiple existences

Bhopal, September 1, 2016: Do science and spirituality intersect? Studies show that Science and Spirituality, Hinduism in particular, are linked.

The administrative wing of Atal Bihari Vajpayee Hindi University said that the University has decided to teach Science through Hindu Text, Vedas, mentioned a recent report by examswatch.com. According to Indian texts, many of the advanced discoveries we know about today already existed in the past. Therefore we can say that Hinduism is not only the world’s third largest religion but also the most modern of all. Needless to say that all Indians feel proud about the fact, that their ancestors were genius, in true sense of the term.

Attempts are being made at Atal Bihari Vajpayee Hindi University, Bhopal to teach Science through Hindu religious texts, which contains the writings of bygone-era mathematician Bhaskaracharya and sage scientist Acharya Kanad.

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The purpose of this entire project is to imbibe Indian values in youths and make them learn in a better way about the concepts and ideas related to Engineering. The students at the university will be taught about Indian veterans, who were equally important as the scientists – JJ Thomson, John Dalton, Lord Kelvin and others. This programme will be covered under the subject, ‘Bhartiya Gyan aur Parampara‘.

In U.S. News and World Report, Physicist Roger Penrose theorised that the Big Bang might be one in a cycle of such events, suggesting that the universe has had multiple existences. This is common knowledge to one familiar with Vedic philosophy and cosmology.

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In Hinduism, the complementary relationship between science and religion is quite close. As we can infer knowledge of an object from its shadow, so by ‘Apara-Vidya’, or material knowledge or science, we can understand something about the existence of ‘Para-Vidya’, or spiritual knowledge. The bottom line is one does not negate the other.

Thus, it is conceivable that many unsolved issues in biology, physics, cosmology, etc., can be resolved by the synthesis of science and religion in Hinduism.

– prepared by Manthra Koliyer of NewsGram 

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