I propose to introduce the independent subject called the "Aadetya Vegyaana" or the science of the Sun or the science of the light.
The word ‘Aadetya' is a Sanskrta/Hindi word. It means ‘the Sun' in the English language. The word ‘Aadetya' is made up of two roots: ‘aade' and ‘atya.' The root ‘aade' means the ‘beginning' and the root ‘atya' means ‘not'. Thus, the meaning of the word ‘Aadetya' is as follows: The one who/which does not have a beginning. We can understand it from a similar example of the word ‘atyanta' in the Hindi language. Here, the root ‘atya' means ‘not' and the root ‘anta' means the ‘end.' Now, let us say we see following two Hindi words ‘atyant aakrshaka.' The word ‘aakrshaka' would mean ‘attractive' in the English language. So, ‘atyant aakrshaka' would mean the ‘attraction which has no end' or ‘the endless attraction' or ‘the most attractive.'
The word ‘vegyaana' is a Sanskrta/Hindi word. It means ‘the science' in the English language.
The Aadetya or the Sun is the prime source of the light in our solar system. So, the "Aadetya Vegyaana" would mean that branch of the science which would study the Sun in its entirety and in detail in order to ensure the effective use of the benefits like the Sun light emitting from the Sun, for maanavata [humanity].
On a spiritual plane, the "Aadetya Vegyaana" would mean that branch of the philosophy and spirituality which would study the eternal reservoir of the white spiritual light- the source from which all souls originate and finally merge into. In other words, it would mean ‘the science of the light.' This source has no beginning. It is just there. It has just been there.
On a material plane, the "Aadetya Vegyaana" can be used variously, i.e., to carry out studies to find out how with the help of the genetic engineering, we humans could be in a position to have cells in our human body make the food directly from the Sun light just as plants do with the help of the chlorophyll through the process of the photosynthesis.
This could help us solve the food problem permanently on this Earth. It could be used to find out the best possible effective ways for the solar energy to replace the fast depleting non-renewable sources of energy like the coal, petroleum, etc.
Similarly, on a spiritual plane, the "Aadetya Vegyaana" could be used to find out scientifically the correct answers as to the exact nature and make-up of the Soul, the eternal reservoir of the white light from which we all souls come from and so on. This could involve studying the bio[chemical]-electro-magnetic property of the entity called the soul.
The above delineated scope is suggestive only and not exhaustive.
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