Scientific experiment conducted with the help of Polycontrast Interference Photography to study the effect of Sanskrut letters on the environment when compared with English letters

Research conducted under the guidance of Paratpar Guru (Dr) Athavale (Founder of MAV)

Maharshi Adhyatma Vishwavidyalay (MAV) conducts unique research on English and Sanskrut letters

O’ Hindus ! Use Indian languages in day-to-day life since they possess more positive vibrations than English !

Mr Rupesh Redkar

Language is an important medium of communication, the expression of thoughts and feelings. Written symbols that express various sounds in a language are called ‘letters’. With the help of PIP (Polycontrast Interference Photography) technology, the effect of vibrations emitted into the environment by the images of English letter ‘A’ and Sanskrut (Hindi, Marathi) letter ‘ए’ was examined from the scientific perspective. The observations of this experiment and their details are given here.

1. Information on the components of the scientific experiment

1A. English letters : Western languages such as English, French, etc. use the Roman script in writing. English alphabet has 26 letters such as ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’ …

1B. Sanskrut (Hindi, Marathi) letters : Sanskrut (and originating from Sanskrut) Indian languages such as Marathi, Hindi, etc. use ‘Devanagari’ script in writing. There are 64 letters in Sanskrut, 52 in Marathi including ‘अ’, ‘आ’, ‘इ’, etc., while in Hindi, there are 11 vowels (excluding अं, अः ) + 33 consonants (excluding ,  and ) = 44 characters, while there are 52 according to Saint Kabir’s couplet.

English letter ‘A’ and Sanskrut (Hindi, Marathi) letter ‘ए’ were chosen for a PIP experiment since they have the same pronunciation, but different shapes.

2. Nature of the experiment

In this experiment, PIP photographs of the environment before and after placing papers on which letters ‘A’ in English and ‘ए’ in Sanskrut (Hindi, Marathi) were written. The effect of vibrations emitted by these two letters on the environment was observed through this experiment.

3. Observations and their interpretation

The table on Page 11 gives the proportion of colours in the Baseline reading (effect on the environment before the papers were placed for the experiment) and the effect of negative and positive vibrations of the letters. The details ahead compare the effects of the letters with the Baseline reading.

3A. Interpretation


1. The proportion of negative vibrations being emitted by the English letter ‘A’ is high.

2. The proportion of positive vibrations being emitted by the Sanskrut (Hindi, Marathi) letter ‘ए’ is high.

4. Conclusion

This experiment shows :

A. The English letter ‘A’ is spiritually harmful for an individual since it emits negative vibrations.

B. The Sanskrut (Hindi, Marathi) letter ‘ए’ is spiritually beneficial for an individual since it emits positive vibrations.

The reason for this is given ahead.

5. Since the shape and pronunciation of a Sanskrut letter is similar, it has more positive vibrations

According to a principle in Spirituality – ‘Word, touch, form, taste, fragrance and their energies co-exist’. According to this, a word – pronunciation – also has its form (meaning shape). In Sanskrut, the letter ‘ए’ is written in a way that matches its pronunciation, meaning, the form of the word. Hence, the Sanskrut letter ‘ए’ has more positive (sattvik) vibrations. So is the case with all letters in Sanskrut, Marathi, Hindi alphabets (which use the Devanagari script).

Negative (or tamasik) vibrations are more prevalent in the English letter ‘A’ due to a mismatch in the pronunciation and form.

Sages have done infinite favours to mankind by creating the very sattvik Devanagari script upon realising its spiritual significance.

6. Use only Indian languages in day-to-day affairs

Devanagari script has not yet become popular; the use of sattvik Indian languages in day-to-day affairs is prevalent, despite the fact that Devanagari script is proving to be scientifically useful in the modern world, which accepts what is proved scientifically. Is this not a failure of the Indian rulers ?

To change this situation, only Sanskrut and Sanskrut origin Indian languages must be used in all the day-to-day affairs !

– Mr Rupesh Laxman Redkar, Maharshi Adhyatma Vishwavidyalay, Goa. (29.9.2015)

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Table: Note – Ability to destroy negative vibrations only at the physical level and increase positive vibrations.

Sages who imparted knowledge on Spirituality without using any physical instrument are superior to today’s science and scientists !

Ancient Sages created a very sattvik (Spiritually pure) script like Devanagari. Their knowledge of sound and its associated forms was acquired due to their ‘seeking attitude’, not by using physical instruments. Only a fraction of the vast amount of knowledge they acquired could be validated through the scientific instrument ‘PIP’. This shows the accuracy of knowledge acquired by the Sages !

‘Subtle’ is that which is beyond the comprehension of the five sense organs, mind and intellect. People who have progressed spiritually can perceive the subtle vibrations. Various Scriptures contain reference to subtle knowledge.

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