Scientific Facts Behind Indian Culture Traditions

If you want to know about Indian culture traditions then you have landed on the perfect blog. Stick to this post and we will reveal some unknown facts behind Indian traditions. India is a land of custom, culture, and religion. But do you ever tried to know about the scientific facts behind Indian culture traditions. There is a scientific reason behind every custom, culture, and religion.

Scientific Facts Behind Indian Culture Traditions

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Why do the temples have bells?

Indian Culture Traditions

In Hinduism, bells are generally hung at the temple dome in front of the Garbhagriha. … It is said that by ringing the bell, the devotee informs the god of his/her arrival. The sound of the bell is considered auspicious which welcomes divinity and dispels evil.

The moment you ring that bell, bell produces sharp but lasting sound which lasts for minimum of seven seconds in echo mode good enough to touch your seven healing centres or chakras in your body. The moment bell sound happens your brain is emptied of all thoughts.

Why do we visit temple?

Indian Culture Traditions

Temple is a place where god lives with all positive energy all around. Science proves that these temples were built on the area having maximum positive energy, visiting such a place reenergises a person’s mind, body and soul.

Why are silk cloths preferred during Pooja?

Indian Culture Traditions

Silk has the power of electromagnetic absorption owing to which a devotee may fell instant calm while performing a Pooja owing to the energy absorbed. It also increases concentration.

Why do Indian married women apply sindoor on their forehead?

Sindoor is not just an indication of a married women, sindoor is a combo of lime, turmeric and mercury, mercury lowers the blood pressure and increase sexual drive, owing to which widows are not allowed to use sindoor.

Why do Indian women wear bangles?

Indian Culture Traditions


Sound of a bangle keeps the negative energy away. Bangles were traditionally made of gold and silver. These metals helped to absorb energy, which was then transmitted to the body improving physiological functioning. Also the pulse which was felt at the wrist area, was used to diagnose several major ailments. The constant friction between the bangles and the wrist area ensured good blood circulation.

Why is turmeric is considered holy?

Indian Culture Traditions

It has been widely used as an anti-inflammatory agent and as a useful medicine to fight diseases. In combination with other anti-oxidants it helps to contain inflammation. Today turmeric find an important place in conventional medicine and helps to cure diseases like cancer, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, and arthritis.

Why do Indian women pierce their ears?

Indian Culture Traditions

Wearing earrings control Hernia. It also brings about clarity of thought. It helps to regulates the menstrual cycle and restrict hysteria. It improves the power of thinking and decision making. Problems associated with the ear channels could also be curtailed by wearing ear rings.

Scientific Facts Behind Indian Culture Traditions

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