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Gaurish Borkar

Recently someone asked me about the scientific meaning of Shree Saraswathi Yanthram and I thought many of you may have same question. Many Hindus have been drawing and
praying Shree Saraswathi Yanthram or Shree Saraswathi sign since childhood.
Many of you may know that Shree Saraswathi is a goddess of 14 Vidya or sources
of knowledge and 64 Kala or art forms. Therefore, she is also a goddess of creation
and creativity.
On another note Shakthi is represented
by a triangle in Vedic culture. The real meaning of word Shakthi is skill. You
may wonder why a skill is represented by a triangle. A skill is represented by
a triangle because a skill requires perfect coordination between Mind, Body
& Intellect. The 3 sides of a triangle represent Mind, Body & Intellect.
Let’s learn about Shree Saraswathi Yanthram
in this context. Below is a picture of Shree Saraswathi Yanthram.
As you observe the picture closely you may
learn that the Yantra has many triangles. In first row you may see just 1
triangle and in second row you may observe 3 triangles, and this continues till
8^{th} row where you may find upto 15 triangles. The sum of this series
up to 8^{th} row is 64. These are the number of art forms or kala. On the
top of the Yantra, you get to see eyes and heads. Eyes indicate inputs from the
sense and heads indicate processing of the inputs. If you know how this Yanthra
is drawn, you may realize that this drawing suggests sensing outside world is
an input. Such multiple inputs are processed in the brain to develop skills or
Shakthi.
You may observe that multiple such triangles
also form larger triangles. This indicates multiple smaller and related skills
may lead to wider application and evolution of brain.
There is one more occult meaning to
this Yanthra. All Indian sciences are formed on one principle and the principle
is.
“Yatha Pinde Tatha Brahamande 
Yatha brahamande Tatha Pinde ”
This is called ‘Pinda Brahamanda Theory’.
This simply means the way it is in Atom that same way it is in universe and the
way it is in universe the same way it is in atom. This principle is very similar
to the Holographic theory in modern science. The holographic theory states that
this world is a 2dimensional holograph. If we cut any piece of holograph up to
certain extent, we get to see entire picture on the holograph.
Shree Saraswathi Yanthram also
represents ‘Pinda Brahamanda Theory’. This is because multiple small triangles
are embedded into larger triangles. Similarly, you may see a triangle pointing
upwards as well as downwards. Indirectly this is very similar to a holograph so
this Yanthra also represents Holographic theory.
When I learnt about this I was amazed
and you might feel the same. I have explained more about Pinda Brahamnda theory
or Holographic theory and its relation to Indian culture in my book ‘Eva and
Shiva’. If you are practicing any Indian Science like Yoga, Ayurveda or Jyotish
then I suggest you read ‘Eva and Shiva’. I also suggest you go through ‘Eva and
Shiva’ to understand Hindu culture further.
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