Hi, Nikistians today we are going to talk about an interesting topic that is “Reasons behind why there are bells in temples”.
We know that in every temple there are bells However you can’t find any Hindu temple without a bell.
People who are visiting the temple should and will Ring the bell before entering the holy place
(Garbhagudi or Grbha Gruha or womb chamber) where the main idol is placed.
According to Agama Sastra,” Uthsatanam pisasatheh preenanam sahareh paramsannithana mamarthyanam ghantaayachalanath baveth“.
It means that “The bell is used to give sound for keeping evil forces away and the ring of the bell is pleasant.
The scientific “Reasons behind why there are bells in temples”.
A bell’s ring clears our mind and helps us stay sharp and keep our full concentration on devotional purpose
In while we are entering the holy place.
The temple bells are made of a mixture of various metals like Cadmium, Copper, Zinc, Nickel, Lead,
Chromium, Manganese, Making a bell using a combination of these metals is not enough.
The real science lies in the percentage at which of each of these metals are used in making the bell.
These bells are made in such a way that when they produce a sound it creates a unity in the Left and
Right parts of our brains.
The moment we ring the bell, it produces a sharp and Lasting sound which lasts for a minimum of 7 seconds in echo mode.
7 Chakras in Yoga
The duration of the echo is good enough to activate all our seven healing centres of our body
(7 chakras defined in Yoga).
This results in emptying our brain from all our thoughts and helps us in entering a
very sharp state where we can have a good level of concentration.
Before you enter the temple to awake you In while preparing you for a taste of awareness is the real reason behind the temple bell.
In other words, “it helps to ring to wake yourself up!”.
Therefore, To an extent Fragrant generators, Low light lamps all form Ecosystem to create awareness.