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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.8.NQ22269

Vignanamaya Kosha – From the View Point of Ancient and Modern Science

Biswa BanditaKar, Chandan Kumar Mohapatra, Sanjay Kumar Panda, RituparnaKar, BansidharMulia, Pradyumna Kishore Behera, AparajitaSahu, Kriti Raj, Sanjib Kumar Patra

Abstract

Every living being in this animal kingdom is born with four vital instincts, ahara (food), nidra (sleep), bhaya (fear) and maithuna (procreation). But the component that has evolved in human being is ‘discrimination’. Man knows what is right and what is wrong, what is permanent and what is temporary. This is not noticed in other species of animals. Yoga is a tool to further evolve this discrimination ability of human being and transform them to super man and eventually divine man. In other words, we shall be discussing the Kosha which upholds this discrimination power as its core components.

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Every living being in this animal kingdom is born with four vital instincts

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