The origin of the universe is a profound mystery that has captivated the minds of philosophers, scientists, and spiritual seekers throughout history. The Vedas, ancient scriptures of India, also acknowledge this mystery.In the Rig Veda, an ancient Hindu holy book, it is beautifully expressed: "Who knows for certain? Who shall here declare it? Whence was it born, whence came creation? The gods are later than this world's formation; Who then can know the origins of the world? None knows whence creation arose; And whether he has or has not made it; He who surveys it from the lofty skies, Only he knows - or perhaps he knows not."
The Vedas remind us that our understanding of the origins of the universe is limited by our present knowledge and perception. It suggests that the true nature of creation may be beyond our comprehension.
However, various scientific theories, such as the Big Bang theory, propose that the universe originated from a singularity, a point of infinite density and energy. Yet, the ultimate cause or source of this singularity remains a subject of ongoing scientific exploration and debate.