Bhagavad Gita is an ancient Hindu scripture which consists of a range of information, that explains extensively, tons on various aspects, useful to mankind in every context of life. the ancient scriptures described many aspects and once we relate, for some, we could justify with scientific explanations and for a few, we couldn’t reach that level of understanding due to the shortage of information perhaps. Many of these scriptures explained therein are scientifically acceptable Today, though they were described with deep philosophical and with spiritual significances. In fact, the element, Carbon, Known since the earlier period. But it had been first recognized as a component within the last half of the 18th century by Lavoisier. In recent centuries, Scientists developed even technology for nuclear weapons. More scientific developments happened within a previous couple of centuries. However, the traditional scriptures are evident, that, most of the knowledge was available, in those days. Described various weapons in Mahabharata for creation of fireside or for showering water or for creating others the unconscious within the Kurukshetra war, which was happened, 5000 years back as per the literature. Even, it’s discussed many millenniums before that in Treta Yuga, when Lord Rama was fighting with Ravana, the cruel opponent. And here you found some scientific facts about the Bhagavad Gita. Below are some scientific proof and its analysis of Bhagavad Gita.
2.Creation of whole Universe by ‘’GOD’’
As per Hinduism, God created this whole universe out of “Zero” or nothing. And this miracle of Bhagavad Gita happens.
Below are some verses from Bhagwat Gita which describe the Brahman (ब्रह्मन् bráhman):
Shree Krishna said:
“prakritim svam avastabhya
visrijami punah punah
bhuta-gramam imam krtsnam
avasam prakriter vasat” (Bhagwat Gita in Hindi: Chapter Nine verse 8)
Explanation: ‘’The whole cosmic order is under Me. Under My will, it is automatically manifested again and again, and under My will, it is annihilated at the end.”
There are scientific aspects and viewpoints about the origin of life, and evolution.
The universe around us gives off the impression of being organized and balanced. The planets pivot entirely in their circles. Our bodies have complex circulatory, respiratory, and stomach related frameworks. Indeed, even the particles are exceptionally organized. This proposes that the universe was made not by some coincidence, but ratherby an intelligent person.
Before the entire universe appeared, God in His un-show viewpoint was there and then He willed to make this universe.
He is additionally the wellspring of Mind and Intellect. From this un-show part of God, on His will, He made this universe.
Ruler Krishna was advising Arjuna that – “Under my administration, nature delivers the entire creation, comprising of all moving and stationary creatures,Under this standard, the entire indication is made and destroyed over and over”, Likewise said that “at the hour of definite disintegration, all creatures go into my tendency and toward the start of my creation, I make them once more”,This is clarified by Krishna in the beneath stanzas of Bhagavad Gita,The production of this entire Universe is by him and along these lines, he goes about as a Scientist. According to the section of Bhagavad Gita, Earth, water, fire, air, ether, brain, insight, and self-image – these each of the Eight together details his inclination, that implies, all these are said as his isolated material energies to making every one of these manifestations through them.
Krishna disclosed to Arjuna that “whatever and any place you see extravagant, delightful and heavenly indications of creation, you ought to comprehend those to be only a sparkle of my quality”- according to the refrain of Bhagavad Gita.
Yadyadvibhoothimat sathvam sree madur jithameva va।
thathadevavagachchtvam mama thejomsasambhavam।।
3.Blend of Living creatures, Food and Medicine
Lord Krishna said that “for every typified being, those show up in all the species, the “Prakriti” that is nature, is the mother and I am the father as I give the seed”. Along these lines, all living creatures are made.
Krishna knows, how to develop and make the food, required for all living creatures for their endurance of life. He says that “I go into the soil and backing to all creatures by my vital energy. I just become the moon and accordingly feed all plants and to gracefully the juice of life to all”. According to science, we realize that prolific grounds just can give food, and according to this Shloka, it clarifies that he is making the terrains fruitful, appropriate for development.
Likewise clarified, how he gives the indispensable energy and evening glow to combine the medication in plants, required for the treatment of an assortment of infections.
We realize that for the development of plants and for the union of Chlorophyll, fruitful soil, minerals, water, and light beams required. Krishna clarified that he gives the necessary components to their blend in every one of them. Deductively, he was clarifying how rain, he makes.
He dissipates the water of oceans and makes the mists and makes the downpours. Strangely, Lord Krishna knows, how to process a wide range of nourishments or fluids, we eat each day. He says about the compound instrument and how he is acting during the time spent absorption of a wide range of food, we eat. Krishna clarified that “in the body of every living substance, I am as fire, called as “Vaishvanara” joined with the quality of life, out-going and approaching during exhalation and inward breath of breath and review the food of four sorts, for example, drinks, chewers, suckers and lickers”. This whole information which comprises of part of science, he portrayed in the beneath verses of Bhagavad Gita.
sarvayonishu kountheya moorthayha sambhavamthi yaha। thsaam brahma mahadyonihi aham beejapradha pitha।।
gaamavishya cha bhoothani dharayaamyahamojasa। pushnami choushadheeha sarvaha somo bhootvaa rasathmakaha।।
thapaamyahamaham varsham nigruhnaamyuthsrujaami cha। amrutham chiva mruthyuscha sadaschhhamarjuna।।
aham vaishvanaro bhootvaa praaninam dehamashrithaha। pranapaanasamaayukthaha pachamyannam chathrvidham।।
4.Energy of all things & Soul
The 1st law of thermodynamics is known as Law of Conservation of Energy. It states that “Energy cannot be created or destroyed”. It can be transferred from one form to another. It means energy never decays and it just transforms to another. The thermodynamics states that the total energy in the universe is a constant, but can be converted from one form to another.
In Bhagavad Gita, in verse 22 of 2nd chapter, it is told that, the “Athma that is Soul” transfers from one body to another and never get destroyed.
Therefore, we all were there some time back and are Today and will be there after death also in another form.
Energy is invisible and the Athma (Soul) is also invisible. In all, the Athmais nothing but just like energy, which transfers from one body to another as the energy shifts from one form to another.
Based on the verses of Bhagavad Gita, this is the understanding and interpretation by many reviewers and scholars for the correlation of Athma with energy, as explained in thermodynamics. Lord Krishna explained that, “never there was a time, we all did not exist. In future also, there will be no time, we shall not exist.
The soul is immortal and eternal. We all present at all the times. ”As a man giving up worn-out garments and takes other new garments, similarly, the soul giving up the worn-out bodies and enters into a new body”.
As per the 1stlaw of thermodynamics, the energy cannot be destroyed and is converted from one form to other. The Athma that is Soul can be considered as Energy and that cannot be destroyed as per the verse, 24 of 2nd Chapter of Bhagavad Gita. As per Bhagavad Gita, the soul is unbreakable, insoluble and can be neither burned nor dried.
The soul is eternal, allpervading, immovable, constant and everlasting. Krishna explained, the living being takes another birth and the soul is permanent.
5.Study of Yoga and Meditation
Nowadays, all we know how Yoga improves wellbeing. In Bhagavad Gita, clarified about the Yoga, past creation just stances of body work out. It improves physical and furthermore emotional well-being whenever polished appropriately.
According to Bhagavad Gita, Yoga is to decontaminate our activities, is to control the brain and faculties, and is to interface oneself to Supreme with commitment. Yoga is the way of caring activities without expecting the outcomes or final products.
On the whole, Yoga is Science. Numerous mental issues can be settled and actual wellbeing can be improved through reflection and Yoga. Yoga and reflection improve one, to focus at work with no psychological unsettling influence and that outcomes in certain result consistently. Nowadays, Yoga and reflection are helpful instruments for some physical and mental issues.
In Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna disclosed the techniques to be rehearsed for Yoga and contemplation. In Bhagavad Gita, it is informed that an individual, who controls the faculties by his brain and staying unattached without desire for final products embraces the action of the work – is far predominant.
Work with commitment is better and is helpful than self as well as other people and, in this manner, it is additionally called Yoga. Commitment to work, implies, the immaculateness of our activities without considering outcome.
To zero in on work, there is a requirement for discretion. Poise implies the control of our faculties without deviation in our endeavors and without derails different attractions. It is told in Bhagavad Gita that, controlling our psyche and faculties is troublesome and it needs practice and separation (6.35). Yoga is a science and according to the meaning of this stanza, there is a requirement for nonstop practice to have control of psyche to have tranquility throughout everyday life.
Scientifically, it is realized that a steady brain can have the harmony and can have great wellbeing. In Bhagavad Gita, it is informed that unit of wants is significant as it creates outrage if the longings are not satisfied and at last one can get unsettling influence as a primary concern which eventually prompts demolition throughout everyday life. The “Yogi” is the individual who has controlled his brain and body and is liberated from wants and sentiments of possessiveness.
He is the One, who commits for the work, who carries out his responsibility without anticipating the products of activities. He is the individual, who vanquished his brain and faculties, who has even minded in progress and disappointment, who isn’t upset with distresses or joys, and who is liberated from connection, dread and outrage.
The Yogi is the one, who arrives at the stage with a “Consistent psyche” and he is the one, who keeps the immaculateness of brain and virtue in activities. These all are the qualities of a Yogi. For a Yogi, who performs contemplation, the environmental factors and the soundness of brain are significant.
Likewise, the grouping of brain towards the predetermination with no redirection and want is basic. The “Yogi” is the individual who–should live alone in a segregated spot and ought to continually connect with his brain in contemplation. One should hold the body, head and neck straight and consistent, staying firm and fixing the look on the tip of his nose, without glancing in different areas .
Yoga and reflection, whenever followed, one can have better wellbeing, genuine feelings of serenity and bliss in general.
6.End of Universe
Researchers talk about the “Warmth demise of Universe” which can be clarified dependent on the hypothesis of haphazardness that is entropy. This is like the Pralaya, which is clarified in the refrain 9.7 of Bhagavad Gita, by Krishna about the last disintegration of this entire universe. Experimentally, it is clarified dependent on second law of thermodynamics.
The entropy of an article is a proportion of the measure of energy which is inaccessible to accomplish the work. The higher is the entropy, the less energy is accessible in the framework to accomplish the work. At the point when the framework is reached to harmony, the entropy arrives at greatest worth, at that point the framework can’t accomplish the work.
In a word, entropy can be clarified as a proportion of vulnerability or irregularity. The hypothesis is that despite the fact that the net measure of energy doesn’t change, the measure of unusable energy is expanding over the long haul until sooner or later all accessible energy in the framework is unusable.
Pralaya (the last disintegration of Universe) can be clarified on this hypothesis. The hypothesis recommends the universe would develop to a condition of no thermodynamic free energy and would along these lines be not able to support measures that expansion entropy.
That implies, the universe arrives at thermodynamic harmony, where most extreme entropy. As indicated by this, the universe is gradually moving towards a state when all the stars and cosmic systems will have disseminated their energy as warmth and radiation and the entire universe will accomplish one uniform temperature.
This is fundamentally the same as the Hindu idea of pralaya or disintegration of the universe. At this express, all framework and request known to mankind have disappeared, and afterward irregularity is at its greatest, and entropy can’t be expanded. According to Bhagavad Gita, in the front line of Kurukshetra, Lord Krishna illuminated Arjuna indicating his complex, diverse of thousands and hundreds different colours& states of his reality.
Arjuna had pictured and felt apprehensive by observing the whole universe in the assortment of Lord Krishna, and likewise by observing the sort of all-inclusive demolitions in Lord Krishna. In these stanzas, Arjuna communicated to Krishna as “I see you without cause, centre or end.
Your greatness is limitless. I see you with limitless number of arms, having the Sun and Moon as your eyes. I see you with bursting fire approaching from your mouth and burning this whole universe by your brilliance.
I see your countenances loathsome by virtue of horrendous teeth in that and blasting like the fire at the hour of all-inclusive decimations. I can’t see the bearings by any stretch of the imagination. I am totally puzzled and discover no happiness”. This clarifies the chance of all-inclusive devastation as clarified in Bhagavad Gita and furthermore according to the science depicted in these stanzas.
Scientifically many aspects can be explained as described in Bhagavad Gita, which was told 5000 years back by Lord Krishna to the warrior Arjuna in the battle field of Kurukshetra, in Mahabharata. Few aspects have been explored herein with relevant Sanskrit verses explained therein the scripture with scientific interpretation. It is a review of Bhagavad Gita with an attempt to explore the scientific understanding on these aspects with correlation of relevant verses there in the scripture.