Brahmanda, Cosmology, Vedic Science, Vedic Universe

Origin of the Universe | Vedic Conception | Final 

Continuing from the previous article:- Origin of the Universe | Vedic Conception | 101; Fossil is preserved remains of animals or plants. The remains of an animal or plant present from an earlier era inside a rock or other geologic deposit, often as an impression or in petrified state. Fossils help scientists to understand how life on the earth grew from a few tiny living things to the great variety…

Brahmanda, Charles Darwin, Hiranyagarbha, Svayambhu, Universe

Origin of the Universe | Vedic Conception | 101 

Hindu Vedic religion, in its account of creation of the universe, has been very positive and scientifically presented. It is rare for a religion to describe scientifically with critical account how the universe came into existence and about its origin and nature. The Vedic religion has been very out spoken. The origin of cosmos cannot be known but the condition of ordered life can be well known. Hymn of Creation…

Bharata Varsha, Brahmanda, Cosmology, Mount Sumeru, Parallel Universe, Srimad Bhagavatam

Mysteries of the Sacred Universe – An Overview | Richard L. Thompson 

Mathomathis would like to present an article on: Mysteries of the Sacred Universe By Richard L. Thompson (The Cosmology of the Bhagavata Purana) – An Overview The inquisitive human mind naturally yearns to understand the universe and man’s place within it. Today scientists rely on powerful telescopes and sophisticated computers to formulate cosmological theories. In former times, people got their information from traditional books of wisdom. Followers of India’s ancient…

Arthasastra, Aryabhata, Brahmanda, Vedic Cosmology, Yajur Veda

The Speed of Light | Subhash Kak 

Mathomathis would like to present an article on The Speed of Light by author Subhash Kak, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, LA 70803-5901, USA Given the nature of the analogy, one would expect that this speed was considered finite. The Puranas as speak of the moving jyotiscakra, “the circle of light.” This analogy or that of the swift arrow let loose from the bow…

Advaita Vedanta, Atman, Brahman, Brahmanda, Mundaka Upanishad, Quantum

Upanishads and Quantum Philosophy Compared | (Conclusion) 

Mathomathis would like to continue on Upanishads and Quantum Philosophy Compared , 103. Readers can find the previous article  by  navigating to the link Upanishads and Quantum Philosophy Compared | 102 Consciousness multiplies to manifest into the universe of differences where to quote Schrodinger it “finds itself immediately connected with, and depends on, the physical state of a limited region of matter, the body”. Following the Vedantic lines, he compares…

Brahmanda, Chandogya Upanishad, Mundaka Upanishad, Shvetashvatara Upanishad

Upanishads and Quantum Philosophy Compared | 102 

Mathomathis would like to continue on Upanishads and Quantum Philosophy Compared , 102. Readers can find the previous article  by  navigating to the link Upanishads and Quantum Philosophy Compared | 101 Chandogya Upanishad refers to the origin of world from akasha, the space-time continuum. Thus the Upanishad says: Where from do all these worlds come? They came from akasha and into akasha they return. akasha is indeed their beginning and …