Creation - Srishti Vignana - (Tamil): It is the most complex question of all! The question has been lingering from the very moment of creation. How did this creation come to be? How was the Universe created? Many civilizations have searched for answers to these questions. Our search for these answers from the Veda, the traditional Indian source of Knowledge and from the portals of modern science leads us to an amazing convergence in thoughts. While modern research is still grappling with what happened soon after Big Bang, the starting point for Creation, we find the ancient Indian texts describing stages Before Creation, which lead to a Big Bang called Brahmanda Visfotak. In this work, we journey to the very depths of the knowledge of Creation from our ancients, to see how Creation comes to be.
|Publishers||Bharath Gyan Sri Sri Publications Trust|
|Category||History of Ancient India|
|Dimension||14.00 x 1.00 x 22.00|
Among the first questions that strike us when we wear our inquisitive hats is the story of evolution. Don’t we all wonder: Where was the beginning? Where are we from? Who created the universe? And, finally, who created us? Modern studies and science conjecture, speculate, extrapolate and, in part, explain the Big Bang theory, human evolution and human history. Right from the beginning of civilization. This book goes one step further. It delves into the world that was before creation! Into the 4 yugas all the way up to the current yuga we live in – Kali Yuga. The questions that are constantly debated by the brilliant minds of the world are discussed here in a scientific and logical manner. How did we evolve? What do the civilizations around the world say? How do they describe the process of creation? And, how does it compare with the Indian perspective? Based on Indian scriptures, the book will, even, appeal to the agnostic, as the rationales used and questions raised are analyzed scientifically. If you wonder about life beyond the mundane and menial, here is a medium to think and understand the story of creation – the Indian way.