Science Of Sound In Hinduism – the Naada & Shabda and their impact on speech, music and spirituality by Dr. M. G. Prasad – Video
– relationship of naada and shabda to consciousness in indian culture
Science of sound generally refers to study of vibrations of air particles particularly in the audible frequencies. In Hinduism, the terms such as Naada and Shabda are used. However neither naada nor shabda can be translated directly as sound because Naada and Shabda refer to much more than vibrations of air particles. In Rigveda, a mantra gives the process of human speech in four stages of which the last stage is audible sound.
Dr. M.G. Prasad was Professor Emeritus at Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, New Jersey. He was a Fellow of four professional societies namely American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Institute of Noise Control Engineering, both Acoustical Societies of India and America.
His talk discusses about the various aspects of Naada and Shabda and their impact on various aspects such as speech, music and spirituality. The talk also discusses the relationship of naada and shabda to consciousness.
Check out the informative video talk about the Science Of Sound In Hinduism – the Naada & Shabda and their impact on speech, music and spirituality by Dr. M. G. Prasad.
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