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Exploring the Lalitha Sahasranamam (Where Spirituality Guides Science)

Authors: Sai Venkatesh Balasubramanian

The Hindu Philosophy is an ancient one that has apart, from influencing most philosophies in East and Southeast Asia, withstood the test of time for thousands of years, and as in the past, still continues to influence every aspect of the lives of more than a billion people. It is therefore only logical that the philosophies and wisdom gained in this philosophy can be put to good use in understanding some of the deepest, most mysterious secrets about the mechanics and working of the universe. That is precisely the objective of the present article, where the Lalitha Sahasranamam the crown jewel of the esoteric tradition of Sri Vidya, which in turn is the pinnacle of the Hindu Advaitic philosophy, is the key focus. In particular, assorted names of the Lalitha Sahasranamam are considered, and by using a combination of decipherments of metaphors, allusions, symbolism, semiotics and etymo-linguistic studies, deeper meanings of each Nama are studied, primarily in context with the Higher Sciences, revealing key details about our universe.

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