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Yajna and Mantra Science on Healthcare Domain: A Futuristic Scientific Approach with Indian Scenario

  • Rohit RastogiEmail author
  • Mamta Saxena
  • D. K. Chaturvedi
  • Muskan Maheshwari
  • Priyanshi Garg
  • Muskan Gupta
  • Rajat Shrivastava
  • Mukund Rastogi
  • Harshit Gupta
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Abstract

There is considerable interest in the knowledge of the bees with the -OM symbol, the word OM is considered the beginning and end of the past and future. OM’s motto is the reality of the world and the human body, a subtle understanding of the mind, emotions, thoughts, and beliefs in our lives.

According to Indian philosophy, OM is a spiritual symbol called Atman Brahman (Reality, World, Truth, God, Supreme Spirit, Cosmic Principles, and Knowledge). This research has the symbol of global OM. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the impact of Gayatri Mantra recitation and Om recitation on human health. Gayatri mantra is a highly potential mantra, which is mentioned in Rig Veda. The study/Yagyopathy Experiment was performed on some patients (Male = 4) and (Females = 7) with an age range of 44–70 years. All patients were trained for reciting Gayatri mantra for 3 days. The baseline data were used. The participants participated in Gayatri mantra and Om recitation about 15 min for two consecutive days. The sequence of the session was assigned randomly to the participants. This preliminary study shows that both Gayatri mantras and sitting comfort have led to increased attention, as measured by the stroop task. However, Gayatri’s mantra effect was significantly greater than Om’s recitation. During the meeting on yagyopathy chaired by Shraddhey Dr. Sahab at Shantikunj on 23 Nov 18, Prof. Rohit Rastogi volunteered to experiment its effects on himself. I consulted Dr. Vandana Srivastava and was advised following treatment: yagyopathy twice a day, at sunrise and sunset, with havan samagri for asthma and normal samagri in 3:1 ratio, recitation of Surya Gayatri mantra 24 times and nadi-shodhan pranayama for 30 min. Kwath of mixed hawan samagri twice a day. In order to measure the efficacy of Yagyopathy, I undertook Lung Function Test (LFT) on 18 Dec 18 and started yagyopathy as above instructions (once a day) since 24 Dec 18. Following, three important parameters are measured during LFT: Forced Vital Capacity (FVC): a measure of lung capacity/volume of air can open after Deep inhalation. Forced expiratory volume 1 s (FEV1): Breath measurement. FEV1/FVC: The ratio of lung size (FVC) that expires in seconds. The results obtained after undertaking yagyopathy treatment once a day for approximately 2 1/2 months indicated considerable improvement in lung function parameters. Results can be further improved with increasing treatment doses to twice a day.

Keywords

Fog computing Healthcare 4.0 Big Data and IoT Computational intelligence Yajna and mantra science Mantra therapies Yajna therapy Gayatri mantra (GM) OM chanting OM symbol Rudrakash Elaeocarpus Yagyopathy Big Data and computational analysis Swarm intelligence techniques AI and ML Ambient computing Symbolic machine learning Hybrid intelligent systems Quantum inspired soft computing Internet of medical things Telemedicine Disease management e-Health Remote health monitoring Pervasive healthcare 

Notes

Acknowledgements

Our Sincere thanks to all direct and indirect supporters and well-wishers. Esteem gratitude to Management of Dev Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya Hardwar and Shantikunj where the image processing experiments and study were conducted. We are especially thankful for ABESEC, Ghaziabad management, and staff for their time contribution to be part of this study. We also convey gratitude to officers of Dayal Bagh Educational Institute for their mentorship and timely valuable suggestions.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Rohit Rastogi
    • 1
    • 2
    Email author
  • Mamta Saxena
    • 3
  • D. K. Chaturvedi
    • 4
  • Muskan Maheshwari
    • 5
  • Priyanshi Garg
    • 5
  • Muskan Gupta
    • 5
  • Rajat Shrivastava
    • 5
  • Mukund Rastogi
    • 5
  • Harshit Gupta
    • 5
  1. 1.Physics and CS DepartmentDEI AgraAgraIndia
  2. 2.Department of CSEABESECGhaziabadIndia
  3. 3.Ministry of StatisticsGovernment of IndiaDelhiIndia
  4. 4.Department of Electrical EngineeringDEI- AgraAgraIndia
  5. 5.Department of CSEABESEC GhaziabadGhaziabadIndia

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