Analysis and Dissection of Sanskrit Divine Sound "OM" Using Digital Signal Processing to Study the Science Behind "OM" Chanting

@article{Gurjar2016AnalysisAD,
  title={Analysis and Dissection of Sanskrit Divine Sound "OM" Using Digital Signal Processing to Study the Science Behind "OM" Chanting},
  author={Ajay Gurjar and S. A. Ladhake},
  journal={2016 7th International Conference on Intelligent Systems, Modelling and Simulation (ISMS)},
  year={2016},
  pages={169-173}
}
Sanskrit divine sound OM does not have a translation. Therefore, the Hindus consider it as the very name of the Absolute. In the scriptures of ancient India, the OM is considered as the most powerful of all the mantras. It has been recognized that the mantras have beneficial effects on human beings. The syllable OM is quite familiar to a Hindu. It occurs in… CONTINUE READING