International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Review Papers | Cosmology Science | India | Volume 12 Issue 6, June 2023 | Rating: 5 / 10

Triggering Problem in the Origin of the Universe: Hindu (Indian) Mythology and a Possible Solution

Ramen Kumar Parui

Abstract: The main unanswered questions in cosmological origin of the universe are: a) What was before the beginning? b) What was the triggering factor or cause that initiated with the Big Bang? Hindu Mythology provides more scientific knowledge in this matter in comparison to the mythologies of other civilizations. According to the Hindu Mythology-there was limitless ocean before the beginning of the universe. A Golden Egg (so called Cosmic Egg) was formed inside this ocean, floated one thousand years and then broke into two halves through which our universe was created. Scientists believed there was nothing before the beginning and the Big Bang took place at the singularity of nothingness. Using the Hindu Mythological concept we explain: what was before the Big Bang? (i.e., the ocean of supra-physical energies); where the Big Bang took place? (i.e., inside the Cosmic Egg); the Triggering Source (i.e., the size of the Cosmic Egg). We propose that the triggering factor source of the Big Bang explosion is the lowest size of the Cosmic Egg or the Singularity equals to ? i.e., when the condensed size of the Singularity is equivalent to ? = 1.618033? it triggers to occur the explosion. The significance of our proposed model is that: it explains the presence of golden ratio everywhere in every living as well as non-living objects as a relic of creation moment -a universal footprint of the golden flow originated at the creation moment of our universe.

Keywords: Cosmic Egg, Hiranyagarva Sukta, Golden Ratio, origin of universe, Big Bang

Edition: Volume 12 Issue 6, June 2023,

Pages: 624 - 635

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