6 Reasons why Indian saints wear saffron colour

In India, saffron is said to be the religious colour that holds mythological significance.The colour resonates two ultimate power on earth Sunrise and Fire. But as we have a scientific reason on every believe then there must be some reason. Lets us know what experts say about the science behind this colour.

THE SEVEN CHAKRAS: 
The seven primal colours are linked to seven chakras of our body. These are - Red, saffron/orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. Every colour has a different wavelength and has different impacts on our minds when we look at them or concentrate on them.

COLOUR VIBRATION THERAPY:
When we see a colour, it forms an image on the retina. The image gets transformed into electrical signals which are then sent to the brain. This is what makes different colours send different vibrations to the brain.

THE RED CHAKRA:
Now, the red chakra is the first chakra and is the Muladhara or the root chakra. It is related to the genital area. It is the most important for your survival as it is the instinctual chakra.

THE SAFFRON CHAKRA:
Moving on to the second primary chakra, that is the saffron chakra, also called Svadhishthana or the Sacral chakra. It is the most significant chakra when it comes to one's health. It is associated with one's colon, bladder, kidney, reproductive system, and urinary bladder.

HOW COLOURS HEAL:
People facing fatigue problems are asked to concentrate on Lord Hanuman. Now, the colour of Lord Hanuman is red that denotes strength and stamina.

IT IS SCIENCE!
Saints wear saffron and it isn’t just an unreasonable choice. There is science behind the choice of the colour and it is, in fact, the colour of the most spiritual chakra, one which has unimaginable healing powers. 

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