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Know About the Scientific Reasons Behind Indian Culture

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Know About the Scientific Reasons Behind Indian Culture

Indian culture is the most ancient culture of the world. In Indian tradition there are number of rituals are performed and all of them have some scientific reason behind that. So those who believe that these rituals are baseless, i want to make them know the scientific logics behind that rituals:-

To Greet with Namaskar:-

 In Indian tradition we greet others by doing Namaste or Namaskar. The scientific reason behind this is that when we put together both hands the tips of fingers of both hands pressure points of the hand gets activated. And which assist us to memorize that person for a long time and also helps to enhance ability of our ears, eyes and mind.

Throwing of Coins in water:-

During ancient time copper coins were used and were also thrown in the water (in rivers and in lakes) as a ritual. But the scientific reason behind this ritual is that copper is very good and valuable for human body. And at that time these coins were used to purify the water as it was the only option to do so.

Tilak on forehead: –

You may have seen Hindus with tilak on forehead. The scientific reason behind this is that applying red kumkum keeps the person concentrated and aids to retain the energy as because of the fact between both eyebrows there is a main nerve point of the human body.

Spicy at first and sweet at end:-

 During our meals we take spicy ones first and sweet ones at last. The scientific Reason behind this ritual is that spicy food put activation on digestion process of human body which in turn set in motion the digestive liquids and acids. And on the same time sweets slow down the digestive process hence we take it at last.

Hope this information will make you aware about the scientific logic behind our traditions and rituals. In next article we will present some more rituals along with their scientific base. Till then pour your comments about these articles.

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Ashish Jain

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