Published On: Tue, Feb 14th, 2017

Puri Shankaracharya seer links computer origin to Vedas

AMSHEDPUR: The students of Jamshedpur Women’s College on Monday had an enriching experience when Puri Shankaracharya Nischalananda Saraswati visited the institute to speak on the constructive impact of Vedic yoga on human life.

The two-and-a-half-hour-long session on the topic, “Spirituality, contemporary science and Vedic maths,” turned out to be an insightful journey into the origin, growth and progress of the Vedic yoga.

Swami Nischalananda explained to the 1,000-odd students who attended the event that the modern science had its origin in the Vedas and added that scientific inventions could be more effective if they were based on the Vedic studies.

Asserting that computers, binary science and basic maths have their origin in the Vedas, the seer said the use of Vedic science for making a development roadmap would be much more effective and holistic to the entire world.

He also said that Vedic science could answer many questions which modern-day science failed to address.

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