The Hindu Mythology have depicted possibility that science was much more advanced in the ancient era than the science of modern era. In this post I would like to correlate the concept of Teleportation between Hindu mythology and today’s science.
The idea that something—or someone?—can be dematerialized in one place and then reconstituted somewhere else is something straight out of Star Trek. But is Teleportation a real thing, too?
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What Teleportation Stand For
Teleportation or teletransportation is the theoretical transfer of matter or energy from one point to another without traversing the physical space between them. A perfect example of the Dematerialized transportation can be seen in movies like Star Trek. It sounds a perfect mode of teleportation to reach any part of world in seconds but its still a fantasy.
Scientists also agree that this concept is possible and it is based on phenomenon of transferring our body into series of waves and transferring that waves from one place to another without any physical contact.
Teleportation Miracles In Hindu Mytholoy
- In Hindu mythology, this technique of teleportation was used by a saint “Narad” who is devotee to Lord Vishnu and messenger to all Gods. Saint Narad has a “Veena” in his hand and spreads teaching of Gods around the world. He just say Lord Vishnu’s name twice and gets teleported in less than a fraction of seconds.
- According to Srimad Bhagavatam, Krishna appeared at hundreds of places with the Gopika girls.
- In the recent years, a lot of teletransportation was reported in the lives of Sathya Sai Baba devotees. But non believers rejected them as reports lacking any evidence.
Today, far from being a science fiction dream, teletransportation happens routinely in laboratories all around the world in the form of quantum teleportation. Quantum teleportation is limited to the transfer of information rather than matter itself.
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