Aacharans are based on scientific explanations. Sanaatan Dharma does not force you to follow any of its principles blindly. There is a scientific explanation behind each act. Each conduct or aacharan leads to our own good health, longevity, prosperity, peace, social ties and family bondage in relations and love. Therefore, we as Hindus, focus primarily on each and every aacharan.
Our scriptures tell us that a student retains only one-fourth of the knowledge imparted by his/ her teacher or Guru. The second quarter of the knowledge is achieved by self-analysis. Discussions on a topic with family and friends lead to the third quarter of the knowledge and the rest of it is gotten from the aacharans. Thus Sanaatan Dharma naturally leads to creativity in life and learning through the play way method, the method used for teaching in today’s times.
From above, it is clear that creativity is an integral part of Hinduism. Aacharans are, therefore, followed to achieve good health, longevity, prosperity, peace, social ties and family bondages and dharmic outlook and vision. Every Indian follows the aacharan to achieve the points listed above. But at the same time Hinduism tells us not to follow the aacharans blind folded, but understand each and every aacharan scientifically, practically and logically.