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What are some scientifically proven things from Hinduism?

There are various ancient Hindu practices and philosophies which today have been proven by modern science. Such as: Yoga Meditation Breathwork Celibacy (Brahmacharya) Various Ayurvedic techniques ...
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Statements In Hindu Texts Of Deliberately Mistaken Info

There are many places in Tantra excerpts I’ve read, Arthur Avalon and such, where Shiva tells Parvati that there is deliberate misleading info in Hindu texts. He says that stuff is put in there to ...
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Are devas infallible when talking to humans?

Whenever devas communicate with humans, is it possible for them to communicate lies or errors? Or is this an impossibility? I'm not talking about the human misinterpreting the message, which is always ...
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Among the following two stories, which story about the origin of Panchjanya sankh is real.?

According to Shreemad bhagwad the origin of Panchjanya Sankh is the sea, from Samudra Manthan and according to Mahabharat it was gained by Shree Krishna while fighting with demon's in order to save ...
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Is it Adharma to speak something Untrue unknowingly?

I wanted to know if speaking something Untrue (unknowingly) is Adharma or not. Say, for example : My watch is 5 minutes ahead of the actual time, but I am unaware of this fact. (I am still under the ...
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What place does Smirti works have in Hinduism? [duplicate]

Some Smirti works are in contradiction with Shruti canon, so I want to ask how the derivative canon is considered? What type of people read it? (eg)
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What does the Vedic term ' MAYA ' truly mean? [duplicate]

I've heard that by the Vedic doctrine of MAYA, everything that we see around is an illusion. Thus, by this doctrine, the sun, the moon, the billions of stars in the night sky as well as mountains, ...
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महामद is not Islamic Muhammad, its a Sanskrit word and it has its own meaning? [closed]

I visited many of non Hindu sites that they argue that Prophet Muhammad is mentioned in our(Hindu) scriptures and they mention some sloka , I find one sloka in Bhavishya Purana that they mention in ...
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How does Hinduism identify a concocted teaching from true teachings of God?

Assuming Hinduism has this concept of revelation of God which is the prime truth, so how does Hinduism distinguish between false claims of God's teaching from the true claims of God's teachings? e.g: ...
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