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What is the scientific truth behind Swastika mark? What is electronic theory ? Swastika is called Sogsdag in Bhutanese language, Mahapiyanne in Burmese, Twokharoon-Khagan in Mongolian, Prahakenese in Cambodian, Kuad-shi-tianu in Chinese and Kom-gyen in Japanese language.

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We find that the swastika mark (equal armed cross) is the first to be traced in all religious rituals and ceremonies. Swastika mark is considered the most sacred not only in Hinduism but in all the religions of the world.

Electronic Theory : In arithmetic, + sign is considered a sign of addition. According to science the meeting point of two positive (addition related) and negative (deduction related) forces is called thrust which is the cause of birth of a new force. As a result the swastika

mark in its down graded form is a symbol of addition, excess and prosperity. Swastika marks: They are mostly prevalent in foreign countries. In western countries, it is considered a good omen and a symbol of victory. It is imagined that it has four doors in four directions

and its canopy (pandal, centre) is assumed as a source-of opulence and achievement. Sakshi (Symbol of Presence) : In Jain religion and Pali language it is called Sakshi (witness). From the point of view of its origin it is ‘sakshiyo kamah’, (साक्षियो कमः )

one who is present as a witness in all good activities and ceremonies for welfare of all. Over a period of time, and from the standpoint of care in pronunciation, and slightly in debased form ‘sakhio was also used. In common parlance it can be used here and there nowadays.

The feeling of swastika is at all those places where there is Shree symbol of goddess lakshmi good appearances, manliness, beauty of love and happiness, beauty, good luck and riches of conduct. The feeling behind swastika is one of the growth and development of the whole

world. The swastika mark is a very ancient symbol of religious good luck for the development of mankind. “समाप्ति कामः मंगलं आचरेत”According to the Yoga-Shastra of Patanjali there has been a very ancient tradition of writing mangalacharan before the starting of an activity so

that it is completed without any hindrance.The rishis,designed swastika mark, the very placement of which ensured an unhindered execution of a work. It is written in Amar kosh, “स्वास्तिकः सर्वतो ऋद्ध ” (swastikah sarvato riddhah) i.e. swastika brings the best”

Swastika, a symbol of Shiva Shakti. The vertical line in swastika indicates Swayambhu Jyotirlinga. This Shiva-linga is the main source of the origin of the world. The horizontal line indicates the extension of the world. The world has grown with the union of Shiva and Shakti

The root meaning of Swastika is worthy of contemplation. “Swastika as a symbol of ‘Vishnu’ and ‘Shree’ : The four arms of swastika are the four arms of Vishnu. Lord Vishnu himself, through his four arms in the shape of swastika looks after and brings up the world. The point

at the centre of swastika is the navel lotus of Lord Vishnu, the place of Brahma. This emotional symbol offers a reflection of the creation of universe. Swastika is a symbol of ‘shree’. It is made for the worship of Lakshmi, for a feeling of welfare and prosperity

The maha-yan-tantric sect of the Buddha religion has also acknowledged the worship of swastika mark as a symbol of Vinayak. It is worshipped by the name of Heramba in Nepal. In Greece, Shri Ganesh is called Lakshasindhuvadan, because it has a dark red colour like lac-vax.

This in this form, Uranus of the Greeks, which is made of orange and red colour, is none other but worship of Ganesh in swastika form Swastikasana : Swastika is traced on asan (seats) also. Among Shreemali Brahmins swastikasan is traced on yajna-vedi, they trace swastikasa

on thali (plate) also with rice and vermilion to invoke fire, which is not a representative of Ganesh, but drawn in an average manner. The mark of swastika is the position of Sapta-Rishis in the orbit round the Pole Star (Dhruv Tara) : In addition to all these arguments,

if seen realistically, the swastika mark is related to astronomy. Swastika is the basic mark in the circular movement of Sapta-Rishi Mandal going round the Pole Star. Before starting any auspicious work, we utter swasti words (Swastivachan).

“स्वस्ति न इंद्र वृद्धश्रवाः स्वस्ति न पूषा विश्ववेदाः। स्वस्तिनताक्षरयो अरिष्टनेमिः स्वस्ति नो बृहस्पतीर्दधातु।। Source- ancient science of swastika (book)

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