#Scientific_Sanatan_Dharma trends as netizens speak about science in practices prescribed in Dharma

For the last few months, we all are fighting against the Coronavirus pandemic. Today people all over the world are following Hindu practices such as doing Namaste instead of shaking hands, cremating bodies of COVID-19 casualty etc. to stay safe from COVID-19. Many of these practices have already been prescribed in Sanatan Dharma.

We have also fighting against many types of pollution even before the Corona pandemic hit the World. We have observed a significant reduction in pollution during lockdown period across the World. In Bharat, Hindus have been living in harmony with nature and the issue of pollution never arose in the ancient past despite being technologically advanced. But when humans started ‘inventing’ things to make our life more ‘comfortable’ with the help of science, the problem of pollution started increasing by the day.

Netizens started tweeting about various facts to highlight how practices told in Sanatan Dharma are scientific and in the best interests of all. The hashtag #Scientific_Sanatan_Dharma was used in these tweets and in the morning, it was on 2nd spot in top 10 national trends on Twitter. More than 30,000 tweets were done using this hashtag.

Here are some of the tweets :

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