Real Science Behind the Popular Indian Traditions, Culture & Heritage values – A Documentary Video

logic behind the customs and rituals of indian culture

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Real Science Behind the Popular Indian Traditions, Culture & Heritage values – A Documentary Video

– logic behind the customs and rituals of indian culture

A wonderful documentary about the scientific reason behind the logical reasoning behind the valuable Indian traditions and culture, that has been termed “superstitious,” for merely bringing about a definite conscience that goes behind following them. Check out the informative “Science Behind Popular Indian Traditions ” documentary filmed by Vishruthi Girish.

 

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