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Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Scientific Analysis of Vigraham (consecrated idols) and Dwajasthambam (Flag pole) in Temples

Modern science has been used to understand the importance of Temple culture and its impact on the society irrespective of religion, caste, creed or color. It is well known that all objects reflect light rays 360 degrees around the object and this phenomenon permits us to visualise objects around us as these rays fall on our retina. The rays emanating from the consecrated idols can be analyzed using Kirlian cameras. Kirlian cameras take photo of light and energy (shakti). Studies have shown that before consecration the idol's photo is black and white and after consecration, an aura of brightness forms around the idols. Photos of each ray emanating from the idol has the full form of the idol on anlaysis. For example , each ray coming from an Idol of Sree Krishna has the full photo of Sree Krishna. The rays coming from the consecrated idol's have the power to kill harmful germs. So when a person prays standing in front of the idol he gets the full benefit of these very powerful rays. This has been proved at Temple University. The rays coming from the idols traverse to the topmost part of the temple called the Stupika and get reflected. For this reason the Stupika's are usually gold plated.

In front of the sanctum sanctorum there exists a Flag Pole called Dwajasthambam. The topmost part is made of Panchaloham and carries the symbol of the Idol's chariot. If it is a Sree Krishna Temple, it will have Garuda at the top. The rays reflected from the Stupika strike the topmost part of the Dwajasthambam and get reflected all around. The region covered by these rays can be calculated by holding a thread at the topmost part of the Dwajasthambam and extending it to the farthest point it can touch on earth. These rays are also reflected from the earth and reach further objects in it's vicinity.

When a person stands in front of the temple and prays, the rays from the consecrated idol enter his body and it has the capacity to cure infectious diseases. If the body of the person is warm, the rays get reflected like rays falling on a glass surface and the person does not benefit from them. Thus people in earlier times visited the temple right after a dip in the Temple pond to get the maximum benefit of these rays. All Temples had a pond next to it for this purpose. The famous scholar Sri Melpathur Narayana Bhattathiri did penance at Guruvayoor Temple and prayed daily with wet clothes after a bath at the Temple pond for curing his illness.So we should visit Temples as frequently as we can and preferably with wet clothes or right after a bath.

Scientific Analysis of  Vigraham (consecrated idols) and Dwajasthambam (Flag pole) in Temples taken from the speech of Jagadguru Swami Sathyananda Saraswathi Tiruvadikal. Listen to the concept in Swamiji's own words below.http://youtu.be/RrIswAak35E

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