Life and It's Origin

Life and It's Origin

Exploration from Science and Spiritual Traditions

Description: The marvellous exhibition of various life forms on earth has always delighted the minds of the scientist, theologian, philosopher, artist, poet as well as every thoughtful person. The age old quest to understand life and its origin seems to be of utmost importance to understand the meaning and purpose of life. Thus, the inquisitive minds of humans are ever increasingly seeking definite answers and explanations about life and its origin.

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Life, Matter And Their Interactions

Life, Matter and their Interactions

Description: The rapid advancements in science and technology have enabled us to penetrate more deeply into the subatomic world, and into the world of the living cell. Molecular biologists have unfolded many secrets behind various life processes such as the human genome. But are we now in a position to answer the question, ‘what is life?’ as raised, over sixty years ago, by Schrödinger, the well-known quantum physicist? Is life an outcome of the evolution of matter, or is it a fundamentally different entity altogether?

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Life And Spiritual Evolution

Life and Spiritual Evolution

Description: Today, the concept of evolution has influenced the whole world. It is taught in almost all schools and colleges of the world and is influencing thousands of students around the globe every moment. Life, according to this paradigm, is a product of the evolution of the lifeless cosmic dust particles (atoms and molecules), which have no meaning and purpose. However, all religious traditions of the world proclaim a divine meaning and higher purpose of life.

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Savijnanam

SAVIJNANAM

Scientific Exploration for a Spiritual Paradigm
Vol 1

Description: The first very issue of the journal Savijnänam — Scientific Exploration for a Spiritual Paradigm, focuses on the search for a spiritual paradigm of life. Articles on ‘Life and its origin’ , ‘Life comes from Life’, ‘Scientific and Spiritual Disciplines’ and ‘True nature of Science’. This special issue also contains a dialogue on “Life & its Origin” with Prof. Wener Arber, Nobel Laureate in Biology.

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