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1 Executive Engineer (Retired), University Science and Instrumentation Centre, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh State, India.




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Received 18 October 2021

Accepted 4 November 2021

Published 30 November 2021

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Y. V. Subba Rao,

DOI 10.29121/granthaalayah.v9.i11.2021.4386

Funding: This research received no specific grant from any funding agency in the public, commercial, or not-for-profit sectors.

Copyright: © 2021 The Author(s). This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.










· The Jyotish' principle of Hinduism is electromagnetism's interaction with matter.

· Life is defined as an "emergent feature of matter." with manifested soul (jiva ātma) transformed into energy; Hinduism holds souls do evolve.

· In Hinduism, the law of conservation of energy is compared to the Atman (Soul). Key Molecules of RNA and tiny life forms in Meteorites suggests ‘Advanced Panspermia Origin of Life’.

· Vedic scriptures state that ‘Meteorites are living souls’ arrived on Earth to be reborn.


The current hypothesis leads to the genesis of life of panspermia., which is based on the scientific principle of electromagnetic force interaction with matter. Electromagnetic force (Sunlight) interacts with inorganic chemistry available to us given out by stars in the universe plausibly triggers the formation of extra-terrestrial biological molecules of proto cells under abiotic conditions, as evidenced by their presence in meteorites.' Proto cells might theoretically give rise to living organisms with a manifested soul, allowing 'Ribose' to be formed from ice grains hit by sunlight for RNA and DNA at the same time. The presence of life's building blocks and other important organic chemicals like ribose in meteorites, including some microscopic life forms that aren't native to Earth, may have led to the 'Panspermia The 'Evolution of Life on Earth' and the 'Origin of Life' which is evidenced by the definition of 'Meteorites' in Vedic Scriptures, such as the "Bhagavad Gita" (3000 BC) and "Brihat Samhita" (520 AD) that they are the souls of righteous people who have returned to earth to be reborn.



Keywords: Meteorites, Prebiotic Chemistry, Panspermia Origin of Life, Solar System, Evolution, Solar System



         The most difficult problem in science is the "Origin of Life." In biology, one of the most important questions is, "What is life?" The finding and detection of critical building blocks of organic compounds in meteorites raises the question of whether the genesis of life on our planet is due to exogenous delivery, endogenous synthesis, or both. Having all these little molecules does not guarantee we have life, regardless of whether they were given to Earth from space or synthesised from simpler molecules. But we're still not sure what transpired after that. According to Cornelia Meinert (2016), just because all of the molecules are currently available does not imply that life exists Prebiotic chemistry, or how biology evolved from non-biological chemical processes, is an unsolved riddle in the origin of life. Organic molecules found in meteorites are one of the origins of organic chemicals that lead to the formation of life.

When we consider the subject of 'Jyotish' (Astrology) as a subject of electromagnetism interaction with matter, the 'Origin of Life' does not appear to be difficult. Astrophysics is, in fact, the origin of Jyotish principles. The ancient Hindus excelled in every field. topics that allowed for the most abstract thinking and contemplation. As a result, such persons were entrusted with improving the science of astrology for the sake of humanity.

When it is mentioned in Varahamihira's Brihat Jataka that Moon and Mars bring about human female menstruation, ovulation, copulation, and fertilisation Rao (2017),  Rao (2019) Astrology's life side is known as Jyotish. and other linked sciences like Astrophysics, Astrochemistry, and Astrobiology can be understood. Modern science is working hard to solve the 'Origin of Life' puzzle. Experiments on amino acids, for example, have only shown the frame required to hold life, but not its cause, i.e., the spirit. The recognition of the spirit and its function in the genesis of life is the most significant contribution of ancient Indian thought, as contemporary science has confirmed.  As a result, a close partnership between modern science and ancient Indian thought is required to properly comprehend the origins of life and the evolution of living matter on Earth.


1.1. The essential principle of 'Jyotish,' one of the six Vedngas

 Jyotish is primarily founded on the principles of Astrophysics and Astrobiology, in which the celestial bodies and star constellations respond with matter (inorganic chemistry elements) emitted by stars at different times during their life cycles through their electromagnetic resonances. The solar system's celestial bodies have been chosen for studies in 'Jyotish' (Astrology) since they are all adapted. accountable for the sunlight on Earth. Jyotish also deliberately adapted the 88 zodiac constellations in our Galaxy's' Milky Way' by dividing them into 27 Lunar constellations separated by 13⅓0 down the ecliptic which distance the Moon transits in one day. The zodiac constellations are made up of stars that are located outside of the solar system yet within the Milky Way. During their life cycles, stars emit certain chemical elements of inorganic chemistry, which is referred to as 'matter,' or energy perceivable at lower frequencies. The 12 zodiacal signs, 27 Lunar Constellations, and 7 Planets of Jyotish, a Vednga, which truly map the ecliptic and set the celestial stage for all affairs on earth and facets of life, namely, Extra-terrestrial origin of living cells driven to Earth by star dust in order to evolve and proliferation, are all well-known. (Figure 1) Rao (2021).