The Hindu course of events is considered by some to be the nearest to current logical timetables. It additionally recommends that the world was made in the blast of an enormous egg or nothingness (The idea of zero or shunya originated from here, which is the premise of present-day science)
It goes further with this idea is expressing that the huge explosion isn't the start of everything, except is only the beginning of a present cycle gone before by an unending number of universes and to be trailed by another unbounded number of universes.
The course of events of the present Universe is separated as underneath in Yugas.
Review of Yugas:
Satya Yuga (Krita Yuga):- 1,728,000 Human years
Treta Yuga:- 1,296,000 Human years
Dwapara Yuga:- 864,000 Human years
Kali Yuga:- 432,000 Human years (starting at 2016, 5,118 years have passed; 426,882 years remain). Kaliyuga began in 3102 B.C.
The idea of multiverses is additionally referenced commonly in Hindu Puranic writing, for example, in the Bhagavata
Science journalists Carl Sagan and Fritjof Capra have called attention to similitudes between the most recent logical comprehension of the age of the universe, and the Hindu idea of a "day and night of Brahma", which is a lot nearer to the currently known age of the universe than other creation sees.
The days and evenings of Brahma set a perspective on the universe that is supernaturally made, and isn't carefully developmental, however a progressing cycle of birth, demise, and resurrection of the universe.
As indicated by Sagan "The Hindu dharma is just one of the world's extraordinary beliefs committed to the possibility that the Cosmos itself experiences a colossal, in fact, a boundless, number of passings and resurrections. It is the main dharma where time scales relate to those of current logical cosmology. Its cycles keep running from our normal day and night to multi-day and night of Brahma, 8.64 billion years in length, longer than the age of the Earth or the Sun and about a fraction of the time since the Big Bang."
Here I might likewise want to include that as such Hinduism isn't a religion as in the present-day sense however a proceeded with a line of various methods of insight and customs following back to a huge number of long stretches of proceeded with social existence.