Hinduism is like a Banyan tree whose branches of knowledge enriched the entire universe. It is not a religion in the strictest term but a way of life; an ongoing process which remained unruffled, despite unfavourable influences. There are certain traits, traditions, rituals, practices which signify its distinct qualities.
This book unravels certain practices which are backed by scientific and well-tried methods. Generally Hindus practise certain rituals and practices, without knowing the utility and significance thereof. The author has laid open and explained, in fairly reasonable details, the reasons and justification lying behind such practices, which will dispel myths, misgiving, disinformation and slander campaign unleashed by vested interests. When a fact is backed by scientific explanation, its utility and significance grows multifold and general public gets benefitted.
After reading the book, the discerning readers will feel to have been guided, enlightened and motivated to practise Hindu beliefs with more determined desire ad inclination. In a way this book is a treatise on Hindu traditions, beliefs and practices.
Sanatan Hindu Dharma is like a huge tree. Different kinds of assumptions have, merged into it from time immemorial. As human population grew and time changed, beliefs and faiths changed as a result of continuous thinking of scholars and growing maturity in their ideas. As a consequence, the branches and sub-branches of Hindu religion also grew. Is there any scientific basis of beliefs and faiths propagated in Hinduism? This question agitates the minds of intellectual readers again and again. Now, that time has come to an end, when you cited from the religious scriptures and said, “Baba vakya pramanan”. Comprehensive thinking about religious beliefs has become the most essential call of the age today.
First of all, the average reader has to understand what is science. The word ‘vigyan’ (science) is formed by prefixing ‘vi’to ‘gyan’ (knowleges). ‘Vishishta gyanam iti vigyanam’, ‘Vishesh gyanam iti vigyanam’, ‘Vishishta gyanam iti vigyanam’ (Specific knowledge is science, Special knowledge is science, Pure knowledge of science), these definitions are clear in themselves. Science in fact, is based upon cause and effect relationship. ‘Karya karan sambahdh iti vigyanam’, ‘punah punah parikshanam prayoganch kritam’ (Science is cause and effect relationship, Experiment is made again and again). Where we come to know the cause and effect relationship, then that knowledge automatically passes into the category of science. True knowledge of an object, based on facts, is a part of science itself. ‘Punah punah nirikshit gyanam iti vigyanam,’ When the results are the same on repeated observations, then those facts become science. Ancient Rishis-Munis formed some rules and principles under the cover of religion to civilize humanity. They offered the charms of heaven and fears of hell, so that, men adopted them in their conduct. Today, in the age of computer, no one accepts heaven or hell, piety or sin, religion or irreligion. It is a transition period. Innumerable questions are cropping up in the minds of the intellectuals. To clarify the scientific basis of Hindu beliefs has become a need of the day.
Shri Narendra Verma (M.D.) of Diamond Pocket Books has taken a courageous step in this direction. This attempt of his will be written in golden letters. He entrusted me with the responsibility of clarifying the scientific view of the religious beliefs and rituals prevalent in society. I happily accepted this formidable and highly challenging assignment. Only the discerning reader will be able to say as up to what extent I have succeeded in this attempt. It is not possible to come out with solutions to all kinds of questions, doubts etc. in one attempt. I will wait for the appreciation of the thoughtful intelligent readers. Besides, I will always be ready for resolving your all kinds of reasonable questions.
Author’s contribution towards progress and elevation of Astrology.
Internationally acclaimed Vaatu-shastri and Jyotishancharya Dr. Bhojraj Dwivedi is a rare signature of invincible time. More than 258 books on Astrology, Vaastu-Shastra, Cheiromancy, Numerology, Figure Science, Yantra-Tantra-Mantra Science, Karmakand and priesthood written by Dr. Bhojraj Dwivedi, the founder of the International Vaastu Association, are read in many languages in India and abroad. He came out with more than 3000 forecasts though Agyat-Dharshan and Shri Chand Martand on matters of national and international significance, which proved true at appropriate time.
Born on 4th September, 1949, Dr, Bhojraj Dwivedi has been regularly publishing Agyat-Darshan and Shri Chand Martand for the last 27 years, starting from 1977. Dr. Dwivedi has been honoured with many gold medals, innumerable Honoris Causa degrees, at various civic receptions, national and international conferences. The work that Dr. Dwivedi is doing for the progress and recognition of Indian Oriental studies with a sense of dedication is not the work of an ordinary person. He is blazing sun in the field of Tantra –Manta, Vaastu-Shastra and Astrology in 21st century and will be remembered as ‘Yug Purush’- a man of an era.
1. The Cheiromancy Section: Dr. Dwivedi published two books in 1981, Angushta Se Bhavishya Gyan and Paanv Tale Bhavishya. Which created a stir in this field. In 1992 Jyotish Aur Akriti, and in 1996 Hastrekhaon ka Gahan Addhyayan were published in two parts. A book, titled as Hastrekhaon Ka Rahasyamaya Sansar is among the topmost and the best books written by any Indian scholar. This book left the foreign scholars as Geremin, Cheiro, and Benham miles behind. Dr. Dwivedi is the first person in India, who has accomplished the wonder of bringing lines on the palm, on to the computer screen.
2. The Astrology Section: In this section there are many computers which generate horoscopes based both on calculations and an applied result basis. Horoscopes, annual results and happenings, marriage, question and a answer books, based on the data of place, time and date of birth are prepared using the most subtle formulae of calculations. Dr. Dwivedi has published more than 3000 predicitions, based on these calculations, which turned out to be true. This is a creditable record which has not been surpassed by anyone so far. Dr. Dwivedi is developing a rare software “Srishti” on the Vedic Astrology.
3. The Vaastu Section: We have founded the International Vaastu Association. The experts of Vaastu in our centre remove mistake and shortcoming related to Vasstu in a proper and systematic manner.
4. The Amulets Sections: Different kinds of amulets are prepared on auspicious days, time and signs of zodiac under the supervision of well trained Brahmins. After the amulets are made, they are subjected to charming and divination before their dispatch.
5. The Precious Stones Section: On requests and insistence of various curious gentlemen, we have arranged to procure and sell different stones matching signs of zodiac. Rings and lockets, unlocking good fortunes, are made in a proper and systematic manner.
6. Various Religious Ceremonies: Our institution has established and enlightened “Shree Peeth” for performing Yajna as in 108 sacred yajan-kunds and in pursuance of 10 sectet super studies.
7. The Publications Section: All the research work carried out by the scholars in office is regularly published. This section publishes books also on Astrology, Ayurveda, Vaastu-shastra, Cheiromancy, and ancient Indian mystical studies. Dr. Dwivedi has written about 300 books to date. Agyat-Darshan starting from 1977 and Chand Martand Panchang and Calender starting from 1987 are being published regularly. We receive many letters daily in our office. These letter seek guidance on various matters from Dr. Dwivedi. The enlightened readers are requested to give their full address and enclose a self-addressed, adequately stamped envelope to get a prompt reply.
8. Shree Vidya Sadhak Parivar: Many phone calls and letters from curious persons, girls and students interested in sammohan and Yantra-Mantra-Tantra studied, are addressed to Dr. Dwivedi, seeking guidance, training and participation in mantra camps. Such curious devotees should first enroll themselves as members of ‘Shree Vidya Sadhak Parivar.’ Only after this, the devotees can think of coming close to Dr. Dwivedi and interacting with him.
9. The International Vaastu Association: Dr. Dwivedi and his associates formed the International Vaastu Association on 14th December, 1996 and got it formally registered on 7th December, 1999. The main objectives of this institutions include providing correct and authentic information to curious Indians settled world wide migrated abroad and training them through correspondence courses, and honing the competent students and scholars by awarding and mementos. The main objectives are listed below:
(1) To establish goodwill, brotherhood, friendship, and communal harmony among all religions of the world.
(2) To assist, serve and guide all human beings, irrespective of their caste or religion.
(3) To bring various Indian communities and religions on one common platform, and to inculcate national unity among people of different communities and religions.
(4) To focus on the scientific aspect of astrology, Mantra-Tantra studies and impart instructions and training in these disciplines to re –establish ancient Indian disciplines and organise conventions and conferences for them.
(5) To install statues and pictures of ideal and great persons of all religious and communities; to extend and publicise the significance of yajnas and establish anna-kshetra.
(6) To collect and preserve ancient manuscripts, and publish the less known and rare works on Astrology, Mantra-Tantra-Yantra and spiritual disciplines.
(7) To spread awareness against blind faiths distorting Mantra-Tantra discipline; and to publicise correct information about Astrology and Tantra-Mantra among people in general.
(8) To organise conferences, series of lectures, and exhibitions from time to time in the country and abroad with a view to bringing about awareness regarding Astrology, Mantra discipline and yajnas.
(9) To safeguard the interests of scholars engaged in the extension of knowledge of Astrology and Mantra-Tantra-Yantra science; to honour authentic researchers and scholars.
(10) To perform all other activities in the common interest of men, animals, orphans, helpless people, window, the poor and the destitute without any sex, caste or religion-based discrimination.
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