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The Science Behind Temple - Part 2 | How & Where Temples Should Be Built?

Updated: Oct 30

If you haven't read Part 1 then kindly read the previous part to have a better understanding of this blog.



The temples are always built on the land where a highly charged positive magnetic field is active. On this planet, the entire part of the land is not similar everywhere on earth. There's a reason why Kashmir can not grow mangos like Maharashtra and Maharashtra can not grow apples like Kashmir. There's a reason why Rajasthan has high temperature than any other place.


The energies vary from place to place. In ancient times, temples used to be built only on those places where positive(+) magnetic charge is higher than any other normal places. (Unlike now!! in today's time, you can even build a stall in the middle of the road and call it a temple).


This system exactly works like a pipeline that extracts water from a giant source of water like a river and supplies that water in a systematic way to our homes. Likewise, the temple extracts all the necessary energies from the giant source of energies through empty space around us and supplies to the human body in a systematic way which results in feeling immediately calm and peaceful.

There's whole detailed science explained in AgamaShastra and Brihat Samhita that what are the different scientific processes are been used to find out the piece of land where a most active positive magnetic charge is available to build a temple.


As per the scriptures, the land where greenery, natural water, and bird's tweet is a basic sign of positive energies to exists on land. It's just trying to identify the place where pure air, water is available and lives can sustain long peacefully.


This energy is been used to transform into an automated engine called 'Temple' which directly transforms this energy to human beings whosoever pay the visit. This system exactly works like a pipeline that extracts water from a giant source of water like a river and supplies that water in a systematic way to our homes. Likewise, the temple extracts all the necessary energies from the giant source of energies through empty space around us and supplies to the human body in a systematic way which results in feeling immediately calm and peaceful.


As you see in the image, our ancients have designed the temples exactly in the proportion to the energy flow in the human body. The main external entrance symbolises the human leg, the part of feet and reproductive organs. The main entrance to Garbhagriha is considered as the main part of the temple and, symbolizes the part of the head.


Since our brain contains 25% of the energy of the entire body, which is the highest energy consumed by any part of our body. Likewise, the Garbhagriha has designed the same way where Garbhagriha holds the highest amount of energy in a temple.


To be continued... (Also read Part 3)

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