You may have seen huge metal bells in many temples. Devotees ring those bells before and after darshan. Have you ever wondered if ringing a bell in a temple is just a tradition or what is the scientific reason behind it? Today we are going to know in detail the reason why the bell is rung in the temple.
- Destroy viruses and germs.
Scientists have done a lot of research on why bells are rung in temples. After all the studies, the scientists came to the conclusion that the sound of the bells is subtle but powerful. The ringing of these bells produces vibrations, which destroy microorganisms and microorganisms that float in the atmosphere. It purifies the environment and keeps people healthy for a long time.
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- The bell rings for 7 seconds.
Research has also shown that the sound emanating from a temple bell resonates for about 7 seconds. Its echo provides deep peace to the body and mind. This transmits positive energy to the mind. At the same time, the negative effects last for some time. The echo of the temple bell spreads enthusiasm and joy in the mind.
- Gods and goddesses love music.
According to the Sanatan Dharma scriptures, the deities are very fond of music. We see instruments like Damru, Ghanta, Shankha, Veena in various images of gods and goddesses. The bell is also considered one such instrument, the sound of which pleases the deities and fulfills the wishes of the devotees. Speaking of Skandapurana, the sound of the bell is said to produce the sound of ‘Om’, which is very beneficial for the mind. Chanting Om is believed to please God.
(Information provided here is based on assumptions and general information.)