Sanatan Soch : Science of Eternal Well-Being

EP 13 – Maha Shivaratri (महाशिवरात्री)

Mahashivratri toh hum sab manate hai par aapko pata hai iske manane ke piche ka raaz? Aakhir kya science hai Manahshivrati manane ke piche? Kyun mana jata hai shivratri ko scientific festival? Aur kya aap jante hain full moon ke effects hamari body par kis prakar parta hai? Janiye inn sare sawalon ka jawab sirf “Audio Pitara ” par.

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Sanatan Dharma, also known as Hinduism, is one of the oldest and most liberal religions in the world. It promotes free will and individual choice, and respects all life forms. It doesn’t discriminate against any race, gender or social class, and encourages harmony with nature. Tune into our new episode of Santan Soch by AudioPitara to explore the relevance of Sanatan Dharma to modern society and discover the unique path to enlightenment it offers. #SantanSoch #SanatanDharma #Hinduism #AudioPitara
Sanatan Soch is an ancient Indian philosophy that believes that each colour has its own meaning, benefits, and importance. According to Sanatan Soch, each colour has a unique vibration and energy that can be used to bring about positive changes in our lives. Colours can be used as a tool for self-reflection and transformation, helping us understand our innermost feelings and desires. Have you ever wondered how we can use this ancient wisdom for our benefit? Tune in to our new episode Rang in Sanatan Sanskriti to learn how we can use colours to communicate messages, and how we can use them in various ways to enhance our lives. For more interesting science facts related to Sanatan Soch, follow our free Hindi podcast show Sanatan Soch by Audio Pitara!
Sanskrit is widely known as one of the oldest languages in India. It has been used as a medium for expressing philosophical ideas since ancient times and its influence has been seen in various forms such as religious texts, poetry, literature, philosophy and science. But what is the mysterious story behind its slow disappearance from Indian history? To find out the answer, tune in to the latest episode of Sanatan Soch – AudioPitara’s free Hindi podcast show – and explore the secrets of this ancient language!
Explore the history and symbolism behind the controversial symbol of Sanatan Soch, the Swastik! This Sanskrit word meaning “well-being” or “auspiciousness” has long been used to represent peace, harmony and prosperity, with its four arms representing the four directions and its center representing the fifth element – ether or space. But in recent history, the swastik has been tainted with hatred and evil. Join us on our new episode of the Santan Soch Hindi Podcast show by Audio Pitara to uncover why this symbol has taken on such a sinister connotation in the modern world. Listen now to find out the truth behind the Swastik!
Sanatan Soch is an ancient concept that has been around for centuries, and it believes in the power of water memory. This concept suggests that when we fill our bodies with water, it absorbs our thoughts and emotions and becomes a perfect medium for healing and transformation. In this episode, we will explore how water memory works and how it can help us lead healthier and more balanced lives. Don’t miss out on this enlightening episode of the Sanatan Soch free Hindi podcast by Audio Pitara – tune in now!
Sanatan religion has been teaching the world peace and non-violence for ages, imploring for the wellbeing and welfare of all. According to Sanatan teachings, violence is only to be resorted to when all other alternatives have been exhausted. Sanathan religion also espouses the idea that rule and ethology should always be intertwined. But how has the Sanatan religion managed to survive for so many years? Does extreme tolerance play an important role in understanding non-violence? What is the Sanatan thought perspective on living in this world? To answer these questions and learn more about the principles of Ahinsa, listen to the full audio of the Ahinsa episode of the Sanatan Soch, a free Hindi podcast by Audio Pitara.
Kumbh Mela is one of the world’s most extravagant and awe-inspiring religious festivals celebrated by Hindus. It is a harmonious congregation of people from all walks of life, peacefully united in their faith. This festival is believed to have started when Gods and demons fought over a pot of nectar, with drops of it spilling onto the four sacred pilgrimage sites – Haridwar, Ujjain, Nashik, and Prayagraj. The date and length of the celebration is determined by the complex astronomical calculations of the positions of the Sun, Moon, and Jupiter in the zodiac. During the festival, the reverent pilgrims take a holy dip in the sacred rivers, signifying spiritual cleansing and purification. Kumbh is derived from a Sanskrit term meaning ‘pot’, and mela means ‘fair’. The Kumbh Mela is known as the world’s largest pilgrimage gathering, with millions of devotees attending the festival. To know exact details of the Kumbh mela festival, listen to the full audio till the end and listen to whole episodes of the Sanatan Soch Hindi Podcast by Audio Pitara.
The majestic Temples that marked the shift of Hinduism from a religion of sacrificial rituals to one centered around Bhakti, or devotion to a single deity, are awe-inspiring monuments of spiritual and architectural grandeur. They are believed to be infused with divine energy, meant to connect the worshipper to the universe and beyond, providing a sense of spiritual enlightenment and solace. The Kailasa Temple in Maharashtra is one of the most remarkable cave temples in the world, renowned for its impressive size, architectural intricacy, and exquisite sculptural details. These temples were built to serve as a reminder of the power and beauty of the divine, and to remind people to live in harmony with nature and the universe. The Murtis, or intricately carved images, housed in the temples are believed to be infused with positive energy, which can be experienced by visitors who take the time to explore and meditate in the temples. To know more about the positive energy in temples, as well as the satisfaction of visiting temples regularly, listen to full episode of Mandir from Sanatan Soch free Hindi podcast by Audio Pitara.
Naamkaran’s passage is a thoughtful exploration of the profound significance of a name and its influence on our personality and self-concept. Drawing upon research from psychology and letter science experts, it is clear that our name is an essential part of our identity; it is something that we are born with, and that will stay with us throughout our life. Furthermore, the passage mentions the Hindu tradition of Namkaran Sanskara, a very meaningful naming ceremony which is performed to bestow divine benefits upon a newly-born child. This ceremony is a significant part of Indian culture and is meant to help the child develop a strong sense of identity and purpose in life. Moreover, the passage further explains how names affect our life, from our personalities and behavior to the way we make decisions and interact with others. Ultimately, this passage underlines the importance of a name, and how it shapes our identity in an undeniable way. To gain a better understanding of how a name can shape our lives, tune in to the full episode of Naamkaran and follow Audio Pitara, a free Hindi podcast show for more Sanatan Soch facts relating to religion & spirituality.
The power of a mantra lies in its ability to activate the energy within our body to create a deep and meaningful connection to the divine. Studies have shown that the use of mantras can be incredibly effective in reducing stress, anxiety, and depressive symptoms, offering a profound sense of inner peace and joy. Chanting a mantra can open up a doorway to a deeper connection to the divine, making it a powerful tool for spiritual growth and transformation. But what is the science behind chanting? How does repeating a mantra work? To answer these questions and learn more about the benefits of mantra chanting, listen now to the free Hindi podcast show Sanatan Soch from AudioPitara, and discover how to use this ancient and powerful tool to create a more meaningful and fulfilling spiritual journey.
Covid ki wajah se hone wali pandemic aur problem ke bare mein toh hum sabhi ko yaad hoga, par kya aapne socha hai ki aakhir is covid ke aane ke piche actual wajah kya thi? Kyun kaha gaya hai climate changes ko seriously lene? Kyun kaha jata hai meat consumption band karne ko? Aur aakhir kya sambandh hai insaan aur nature ke beech? Janein inn sare sawalon ka jawab iss podcast ke end main sirf “Audio Pitara” par.
Hawan ki mahatvata se toh hum sabhi waqif hai, par kya aapko pata hai iske piche ka science? Aakhir kise bataya gaya hai oldest ritual? Aakhir kya hai natural resources value? Aur kaise hoti hai humari spiritual and mental growth? Janane ke liye suniye iss episode ko end tak sirf “Audio Pitara” par.
Mahashivratri toh hum sab manate hai par aapko pata hai iske manane ke piche ka raaz? Aakhir kya science hai Manahshivrati manane ke piche? Kyun mana jata hai shivratri ko scientific festival? Aur kya aap jante hain full moon ke effects hamari body par kis prakar parta hai? Janiye inn sare sawalon ka jawab sirf “Audio Pitara ” par.
Yahan hum janenge muhurat ki importance ke bare main aur samjhenge iska sahi matlab detail main. “Mahurat” kab aur kaise nikali jati hai? Aakhir kya hai muharat ke piche ka science? Aur kya fayde hote hai muharat dekh ke kar kam shuru krne se? Janane ke liye suniye iss episode ko end tak sirf “Audio Pitara ” par.
Kya aapko pata hai ki aakhir hum kyun karte hain murti pooja? Akhir kyun pujte hai ek sadharan se patthar se bani murti ko?Aur aakhir kya science hai inn sab ke piche?Aur kya soch kar humare purvajo ne shuru ki ye murti pujan? Janane ke liye suniye iss episode ko end tak sirf “Audio Pitara ” par aur share karein aapke feedback iss episode ke comment section main.
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