The Science behind Wearing Hindu Ornaments

Wearing ornaments is part of Hindu culture. From wearing rudraksha to gold to silver to different colored pieces of jewellery, Hindus have been doing so for centuries, and most consider this to be an ostentatious act. But what if I tell you that there is a science behind this too?

First, we see that women normally wear gold ornaments like gold necklaces and gold earrings on an upper part of the body, but wear silver ornaments like anklets and toe-rings on the lower part.

The science is that the silver reacts well with Earth’s energy, and gold reacts well with body’s energy and aura. Since silver is a good conductor, it absorbs polar energies from the earth and passes it the body. This acts as a process of refreshing the entire body.

Even in the custom of wearing bangles, there are different spiritual science playing into account.There is a constant friction between the bangles and that increases blood circulation level on one hand, and electricity passing out through the skin is again reverted to one’s own body because of the round shape and prevents energy from escaping the body.The glass bangles generate clinking noise and release negative energy from the body.

Different colored bangles have different indications too. The red bangles signify energy while blue bangles denote wisdom and purple denote independence. Green is for good luck and marriage, and yellow is for happiness. Orange is for success and white is for new beginnings. Black represents power, silver represents strength and white gold bangles represent fortune.

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