DJJS Melbourne hosts “Science vs Vedas” workshop

By Our Reporter
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A captivating exploration of ancient wisdom unfolded in Melbourne as Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan (DJJS) organised the thought-provoking workshop “Science vs Vedas.”

Led by Swami Dr Sarveshwar, a distinguished disciple of DJJS’s revered founder, His Holiness Ashutosh Maharaj, the event delved into the enduring legacy of Indian civilization and the profound insights encapsulated in the Vedas.

Addressing attendees, Swami Dr Sarveshwar highlighted the resilience of Indian culture amidst the ebb and flow of time. While civilizations like Babylon and Rome have faded into history, Indian culture remains vibrant, rooted in spiritual knowledge rather than materialism.

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Highlighting the significance of the Vedas, often misunderstood as mere ancient scriptures, Swami Dr Sarveshwar emphasised their profound scientific and philosophical depth. He lamented the modern-day disconnect from the true essence of Vedic knowledge, attributing rising stress and tension to this lack of understanding.

Drawing parallels between Vedic principles and the soul, Swami Dr Sarveshwar elucidated the need to transcend superficial rituals and adornments to attain the essence of Vedic wisdom—Brahmagyan, or direct realization of the divine light within. He poignantly related this quest for inner illumination to the very essence of the nation, as reflected in the name “Bharat,” signifying a land where every individual is immersed in the eternal light of Brahmajyoti.

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The workshop didn’t merely impart theoretical knowledge; Swami Dr Sarveshwar engaged participants through interactive activities and scientific models, making the ancient teachings of the Vedas accessible and relevant to contemporary audiences.

In an era marked by rapid technological advancement and societal transformation, the “Science vs Vedas” workshop served as a poignant reminder of the timeless wisdom embedded in India’s ancient heritage, offering insights that resonate across cultures and generations.

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