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This question is for Hundus and also for those who have some knowledge about it.. there are two type of mantras in Hindu used in hindu sadhana one type is of those which have some meaning but other type is of beej mantara they can have some meaning and can also be meaning less. these mantras are said to effect on human mind. As there is particular way they are chanted and like music they affect mind. recently some researchers have been allowed to study some ancient mantras they recordied from from south india. They have found that these mantras have words in sequence it is not random. they are more organised than music. but it can not be called as language too. this is more comparable to the rythm found in birds chirping. were these mantras developed by man when Sanskrit language was in use, knowing that they dont have meaning but still can influence things. or this is any language older than Sanskrit. is there any discription of origin of beej mantras in Hinduism
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