One of the most powerful way to enslave population is to kill their अस्मिता for the roots. As if leaves of the tree think that: “who the hell are roots? We do the photosynthesis! Roots are useless”. 🙂 Similarly, educated Indians are largely brainwashed. For them, संस्कृत is ancient language with no use in modern times!
Many of them feel great status for learning foreign language but Sanskrit?
Vedic Science or Vedic Mathematics does not mean that science mentioned in Veda(s). That will be actually insult to great source of knowledge.
What does it mean to me is: Veda is source of inspiration. A mental plane nurtured using Vedic rituals/Sanskrit recitations, potent enough to do many wonders, including scientific inquiry.
Besides, it is well known tradition in our culture to revere the source of the knowledge.
संस्कृत is the key to connect mass to the roots.
Except few genuine souls dedicating own success to संस्कृत like (Manjul Bhargava, A professor who sees common thread in Sanskrit, music and mathematics), problem with Indian scientists trained in western education system is that for them their world of science history starts with text books presented to them. Without any independent inquiry.
“I had also noticed that the more Sanskrit I studied and translated, the better my verbal memory seemed to become.”
Instead of experimenting with the संस्कृत and ancient roots, they blindly reject the claims.
My friend, Paramtap summarize correctly:
“Until it comes as prescription from Ivy leagues, Dhimmi Hindu with colonised mindset will consider what we practice as regressive and unhip.
There is massive long term benefits, but in short nearsightedness crucial components are missed or misused.
What we discovered from the structural MRI scanning was remarkable. Numerous regions in the brains of the pandits were dramatically larger than those of controls, with over 10 percent more grey matter across both cerebral hemispheres, and substantial increases in cortical thickness. Although the exact cellular underpinnings of gray matter and cortical thickness measures are still under investigation, increases in these metrics consistently correlate with enhanced cognitive function.
There are fake gurus who are saying it proudly, that I never read Sanskrit because it distorts your perception. But science now is going against false personal anecdote or pseudoscience. In fact, opposite results is happening it is improving significantly the perception and awareness and ability to think in coherence.
Go back to roots, I encourage hypothesis saying specific mantra or meter activates or resonance specific brain areas. Resonance or vibration is the best exercise for the subtle body parts. As already mentioned by our several gurus, mentioned in Vedas.”
Please read this research. Revive the soul of Deva. They want to speak to you, converse with you, bless you and the bridge-link is संस्कृत.
At Prachodayat, we are focused to study, research and experiment. Here are some old notes on same topic.
A Neuroscientist Explores the “Sanskrit Effect”
MRI scans show that memorizing ancient mantras increases the size of brain regions associated with cognitive function
Brains of verbal memory specialists show anatomical differences in language, memory and visual systems.
We studied a group of verbal memory specialists to determine whether intensive oral text memory is associated with structural features of hippocampal and lateral-temporal regions implicated in language processing. Professional Vedic Sanskrit Pandits in India train from childhood for around 10years in an ancient, formalized tradition of oral Sanskrit text memorization and recitation, mastering the exact pronunciation and invariant content of multiple 40,000-100,000 word oral texts. We conducted structural analysis of gray matter density, cortical thickness, local gyrification, and white matter structure, relative to matched controls. We found massive gray matter density and cortical thickness increases in Pandit brains in language, memory and visual systems, including i) bilateral lateral temporal cortices and ii) the anterior cingulate cortex and the hippocampus, regions associated with long and short-term memory. Differences in hippocampal morphometry matched those previously documented for expert spatial navigators and individuals with good verbal working memory. The findings provide unique insight into the brain organization implementing formalized oral knowledge systems.