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Prologue

In ancient Indian texts, biomedical application of various herbs, plants and plant-products has been described in detail. Modern Ayurveda has exploited some of the herbs and plant products following the ancient guidelines for their various biomedical applications, applications, but many of them are yet to be explored, identified and studied for their human uses. Among the studied ones, little is known about the biomedical applications of Rudraksa beads in general and of their various mukhis in particular. Modern studies on the medical uses of different mukhis of Rudraksas merely present the colourful interpretation of Puranic versions, unscientific method for their identification and characterization and are mainly concerned with their oral medicinal uses. There is no study dealing with physico-chemical properties of Rudraksa proper of different mukhis that have been attributed in Siva Purana to produce various biological effects merely by virtue of contacts with human body in the form of their rosary, or chanting mantras on them. Further, there is no information on effect organs of human body in Puranic uses of Rudraksas in general and also implications of different finger combinations for chanting different mantras through Rudraksa beads on them in particular Thus the physico-chemical properties of beads of Rudraksa proper of different mukhis and effect-mechanisms of beads on human body as described in the Siva Purana are yet to be studied.

This study presents a detailed analysis of physico-chemical properties of all the fourteen mukhis of Rudraksa beads for their identification and characterization, ascertains the human effect organs and in light of both elucidates the effect- mechanism of different mukhis of beads on human body in various Puranic uses. The analysis and synthesis suggest that Puranic ancient saints and sages.

The author wishes to record his gratitude to Prof. S.K. Kak, Dr. Anand Mohan Dr. S.P. Singh. Deptt, of Electronics Engineering, Dr. D. Pandey and Dr. Hari Shankar Tewari Deptt. Of Materials Science, Institute of Technology, B.H.U. for providing the experimental facilities to measure the inductance and capacitance of Rudraksa beads. Dr. Anand Mohan deserves my special thanks for his suggestions that helped me in understanding the effect – mechanism of Rudraksa beads on human body.

Dr. T.R. Rao, Deptt. Of Chemistry, B.H.U., for his cordial help and cooperation in the measurement of magnetic susceptibility of the beads is thankfully acknowledged.

My thanks are also due to Dr. Om Prakash Pandey, Deptt. Of Metallurgical Engineering, B.H.U. (currently at the Thapar Institute of Science and Technology, Patiala) for his kind cooperation in recording the microstructures of Rudraksa beads.

I am grateful to Dr. S.N.P. Chaurasia, Deptt. Of Biochemistry, B.H.U. (currently U.P.P.C.S. Officer) for his help in pH measurements of the bead extracts. My thanks go to several un-named friends of mine who helped me I elemental analyses of the beads.

I acknowledge with deep sense of gratitude to the kindly cooperations of Dr. Vijai Kumar Rai, Faculty of Education, B.H.U., in statistical analyses and graphic presentation of the data and to Prof. S.B. Bhattacharya, for providing the computer facilities for the same.

I feel obliged to Miss Shambhavi Agrawal and Dr. (Miss) Bhanu Agrawal, Sr. Lecturer, Faculty of Visual Arts, B.H.U. for preparing the sketches given in the text. Dr. Agrawal also deserves my thanks for explaining the Sanskrit texts.

No amount of words can express my gratitude to Dr. Hitesh Chandra Vasistha, Dr. V.P. Singh, Deptt. Of Animal Husbandry and Dairying, B.H.U. Dr. G.C. Jaiswal, Dr. Alok Kumar Singh, Deptt. Of Geography, B.H.U. Dr. Veerendra Kumar, Deptt. of Civil Engineering, B.H.U., Dr. (Mrs.) Neelam Rai, Badri Prasad Goswami, Central Library, B.H.U., Dr. Kiran Kumari Singh, Deptt. Of A.I.H.C. and Arch., B.H.U., Dr. V.K. Singh, Deptt. Of Electronics Engg. B.H.U., Dr. Bechan Debey, Deptt. Of Geography, B.H.U., Dr. Rang Nath Mishra, Dr. (Mrs.) Bindhya Bashini Jena, Deptt. of Zoology, B.H.U., Dr. B.N. Rai, Dr. Vineet Kumar, Dr. M.K. Verma, Dr. P.K. Mishra, Dr. (Miss) Vijaya Laxmi, Deptt. Of Chem. Engg., B.H.U., and Sri Tulsi Das Mishra, Journalist for their helps and encouragements.

I feel pleasure to express my gratitude to the librarian and the staff members of the Central Library, B.H.U., who made available the required literature, whenever needed.

I am thankful to Sri V.S. Singh, Vidya Compographics for his cordial cooperation in shaping the manuscript.

I also feel obliged to M/s. Graphics Media, Ravindrapuri, Varanasi, for typesetting the text.

I am thankful to M/s. Ganga Kaveri Publishing House, Varanasi, who brought out this volume in its present form.

Last but not the least, I am highly indebted to my parents and family members for obvious reasons.

Back of the Book

In ancient Indian texts, biomedical application of various herbs, plants and plant-products has been described in detail. Modern Ayurveda has exploited some of the herbs and plant-products following the ancient guidelines for their various biomedical applications, but many of them are yet to be explored, identified and studied for their human uses. Among the studied ones, little is known about the biomedical applications of Rudraksa beads in general and their various mukhis in particular. Modern studies on the medical uses of different mukhis of Rudraksas merely present the colourful interpretation of Puranic versions, unscientific method for their identification and characterization, and are mainly concerned with their oral medicinal uses. There is no study dealing with physico-chemical properties of Rudraksa proper of different mukhis that have been attributed in Siva Purana to produce various biological effects merely by virtue of contacts with human body in the form of their rosary, or chanting mantras of them.

This study presents a detailed analysis of physico-chemical, magnetic and electrical properties of all the fourteen mukhis of Rudraksa beads for their identification and characterization. The analysis and synthesis suggests that Puranic versions and based on scientific discoveries of ancient saints and sages.

The book should prove to be a valuable companion to laymen as well as specialists.

 

Contents

 

  Prologue 9
1 Introduction 13
2 Properties 67
3 Overview of Human Effect Organs 120
4 Cause and Bioeffect Mechanism 159
5 Epilogue 185
  Glossary 191
  Bibliography 196

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Prologue

In ancient Indian texts, biomedical application of various herbs, plants and plant-products has been described in detail. Modern Ayurveda has exploited some of the herbs and plant products following the ancient guidelines for their various biomedical applications, applications, but many of them are yet to be explored, identified and studied for their human uses. Among the studied ones, little is known about the biomedical applications of Rudraksa beads in general and of their various mukhis in particular. Modern studies on the medical uses of different mukhis of Rudraksas merely present the colourful interpretation of Puranic versions, unscientific method for their identification and characterization and are mainly concerned with their oral medicinal uses. There is no study dealing with physico-chemical properties of Rudraksa proper of different mukhis that have been attributed in Siva Purana to produce various biological effects merely by virtue of contacts with human body in the form of their rosary, or chanting mantras on them. Further, there is no information on effect organs of human body in Puranic uses of Rudraksas in general and also implications of different finger combinations for chanting different mantras through Rudraksa beads on them in particular Thus the physico-chemical properties of beads of Rudraksa proper of different mukhis and effect-mechanisms of beads on human body as described in the Siva Purana are yet to be studied.

This study presents a detailed analysis of physico-chemical properties of all the fourteen mukhis of Rudraksa beads for their identification and characterization, ascertains the human effect organs and in light of both elucidates the effect- mechanism of different mukhis of beads on human body in various Puranic uses. The analysis and synthesis suggest that Puranic ancient saints and sages.

The author wishes to record his gratitude to Prof. S.K. Kak, Dr. Anand Mohan Dr. S.P. Singh. Deptt, of Electronics Engineering, Dr. D. Pandey and Dr. Hari Shankar Tewari Deptt. Of Materials Science, Institute of Technology, B.H.U. for providing the experimental facilities to measure the inductance and capacitance of Rudraksa beads. Dr. Anand Mohan deserves my special thanks for his suggestions that helped me in understanding the effect – mechanism of Rudraksa beads on human body.

Dr. T.R. Rao, Deptt. Of Chemistry, B.H.U., for his cordial help and cooperation in the measurement of magnetic susceptibility of the beads is thankfully acknowledged.

My thanks are also due to Dr. Om Prakash Pandey, Deptt. Of Metallurgical Engineering, B.H.U. (currently at the Thapar Institute of Science and Technology, Patiala) for his kind cooperation in recording the microstructures of Rudraksa beads.

I am grateful to Dr. S.N.P. Chaurasia, Deptt. Of Biochemistry, B.H.U. (currently U.P.P.C.S. Officer) for his help in pH measurements of the bead extracts. My thanks go to several un-named friends of mine who helped me I elemental analyses of the beads.

I acknowledge with deep sense of gratitude to the kindly cooperations of Dr. Vijai Kumar Rai, Faculty of Education, B.H.U., in statistical analyses and graphic presentation of the data and to Prof. S.B. Bhattacharya, for providing the computer facilities for the same.

I feel obliged to Miss Shambhavi Agrawal and Dr. (Miss) Bhanu Agrawal, Sr. Lecturer, Faculty of Visual Arts, B.H.U. for preparing the sketches given in the text. Dr. Agrawal also deserves my thanks for explaining the Sanskrit texts.

No amount of words can express my gratitude to Dr. Hitesh Chandra Vasistha, Dr. V.P. Singh, Deptt. Of Animal Husbandry and Dairying, B.H.U. Dr. G.C. Jaiswal, Dr. Alok Kumar Singh, Deptt. Of Geography, B.H.U. Dr. Veerendra Kumar, Deptt. of Civil Engineering, B.H.U., Dr. (Mrs.) Neelam Rai, Badri Prasad Goswami, Central Library, B.H.U., Dr. Kiran Kumari Singh, Deptt. Of A.I.H.C. and Arch., B.H.U., Dr. V.K. Singh, Deptt. Of Electronics Engg. B.H.U., Dr. Bechan Debey, Deptt. Of Geography, B.H.U., Dr. Rang Nath Mishra, Dr. (Mrs.) Bindhya Bashini Jena, Deptt. of Zoology, B.H.U., Dr. B.N. Rai, Dr. Vineet Kumar, Dr. M.K. Verma, Dr. P.K. Mishra, Dr. (Miss) Vijaya Laxmi, Deptt. Of Chem. Engg., B.H.U., and Sri Tulsi Das Mishra, Journalist for their helps and encouragements.

I feel pleasure to express my gratitude to the librarian and the staff members of the Central Library, B.H.U., who made available the required literature, whenever needed.

I am thankful to Sri V.S. Singh, Vidya Compographics for his cordial cooperation in shaping the manuscript.

I also feel obliged to M/s. Graphics Media, Ravindrapuri, Varanasi, for typesetting the text.

I am thankful to M/s. Ganga Kaveri Publishing House, Varanasi, who brought out this volume in its present form.

Last but not the least, I am highly indebted to my parents and family members for obvious reasons.

Back of the Book

In ancient Indian texts, biomedical application of various herbs, plants and plant-products has been described in detail. Modern Ayurveda has exploited some of the herbs and plant-products following the ancient guidelines for their various biomedical applications, but many of them are yet to be explored, identified and studied for their human uses. Among the studied ones, little is known about the biomedical applications of Rudraksa beads in general and their various mukhis in particular. Modern studies on the medical uses of different mukhis of Rudraksas merely present the colourful interpretation of Puranic versions, unscientific method for their identification and characterization, and are mainly concerned with their oral medicinal uses. There is no study dealing with physico-chemical properties of Rudraksa proper of different mukhis that have been attributed in Siva Purana to produce various biological effects merely by virtue of contacts with human body in the form of their rosary, or chanting mantras of them.

This study presents a detailed analysis of physico-chemical, magnetic and electrical properties of all the fourteen mukhis of Rudraksa beads for their identification and characterization. The analysis and synthesis suggests that Puranic versions and based on scientific discoveries of ancient saints and sages.

The book should prove to be a valuable companion to laymen as well as specialists.

 

Contents

 

  Prologue 9
1 Introduction 13
2 Properties 67
3 Overview of Human Effect Organs 120
4 Cause and Bioeffect Mechanism 159
5 Epilogue 185
  Glossary 191
  Bibliography 196

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