Renaissance Universal organised a special symposium on Shrii P.R. Sarkar’s contribution to Philosophy and Science at Prachin Shiv Mandir, Chirag Delhi on July 18th 2010. Prof. Uttam Pati, Prof. of Biotechnology, JNU was the Chief Guest and spoke on Microvita. Dr. Ramnath Jha, Special Centre for Sanskrit studies, JNU, was the Guest of Honour and spoke on Shrii P.R. Sarkar’s contribution to Philosophy. Shrii Shyam Bang, RU Secretary Delhi presided over the function.
In his talk, Prof. Pati discussed the concept of size and form of microvita, and there being a continuous conversion of matter into microvita and reconversion of microvita into matter. Matter is made of microvita where as idea is the constituent of microvita. This symbolic shuttling is the definition of crude vs the subtle; ie life vs death. The question is does size matter if the manifestation could be realized in daily lives even in attempting to prove that it exists. If idea is the constituent of microvita, then this is enough for one to live in idea rather than to visualize or understand the importance of size. For example: mind has three entities: the extro- internal, the intro-external, and the movement of mind towards spirit. In the extro-internal state, the subject receives the information from the external world; in the second state, the subject transmits the internal idea to the external world. In the third state, one goes beyond the crude world to enter the subtle state and bring new wisdom to store in the second state.