Daijiworld Media Network - Kasargod (SP)
Kasargod, Jul 20: Well-known orthopaedic surgeon Dr Nagaraj, and anaesthetist, Dr Venkatagiri, have found by experiments that recital of Mantras during the performance of surgeries gives rise to positive vibes in the patients and contributes to the success of the surgeries.
During this period Covid pandemic situation was acute, the doctors had got an opportunity to learn Mantras online through Sri Ramachandrapur Mutt Hosanagar. On most of the days the Mantra classes were held online, these doctors were in the operation theatres. Sometimes, when the surgery was on, the doctors used to repeat the Mantras. The attention of the patients too was attracted towards the Mantras and they too repeated them. This helped the patients to have a positive mindset and drive away fear of surgery. This fact was narrated by some of their patients. Some patients specifically wanted the Veda Mantras to be played and the practice is continuing.
Normally light music is played in hospitals. In operation theatres, normally exchange of conversation between the doctors and names of the surgical implements are heard. But the recital of Mantras has benefitted the patients, they said
The doctors play Rudra, Chamaka, Shreesookta, Narayana Sookta, Durga Sookta and other important Mantras from the Vedas. They experimented by playing them before and after the surgeries. Dr Venkatagiri said that if the doctors themselves recite the Mantras during the surgeries, the patients get positive vibes and they are able to drive away the fear of surgeries. Both the doctors say that they get the mental strength to perform even complicated surgeries easily.