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20 November 2010, 03:48 AM
According to the Hindu theological books, the whole creation was made through Naad. It also refer as "Akash Bani" (voice coming down from the Heavens).

References from UPANISHADS which speaks of this Sound Principle:

He has taken the support of the Word (melodious tune)
------------------------------------------------------------------- CHANDOGYA UPANISHAD.

Let yogi sit on Sidh Asan and while practicing the Vaisnavi Mudra, should hear the sound through his right ear. By communion with the Sound, he will become deaf to the external sounds, and will attain the Turya Pad or a state of equipoise within a fortnight.
First the murmuring sounds resembling those of the waves of the ocean, the fall of rain and the running rivulets and the Bheri will be heard intermingled with the sounds of bell and conch, etc.
---------------------------------------------------------------------- NAAD BIND UPANISHAD.

Though He is beyond speech and mind, yet one can experience and realize Him by going beyond speech and mind.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------BRAHM UPANISHAD.

He is the Immutable, the Supreme and the Self- luminous, And knowing Him one transcends death; there is no other way to freedom . . . He is to be realized in the cave that shine
------------------------------------------------------------------------ KAIVALYA UPANISHAD.

Meditation on Nad or the Sound Principle is the royal road to salvation.
---------------------------------------------------------------------HANSA NAAD UPANISHAD.

The Supreme Atman dwelling in the heart of man, as the most subtle center of effulgence, revealed only to yogins by super-sensuous meditation. Now about the effulgent point: It has its excellent meditation, super-mundane, seated in the heart (attainable by) the Anava, Shakta and Shambhava (methods); the meditation is gross, subtle, as well as that which is transcendental. It is the most difficult but the only process of Supreme Realization: Even to the wise and the thoughtful this meditation is difficult to perform, and difficult to attain, difficult to cognize, and difficult to abide in and difficult to cross. The seeker must therefore be one determined to make that which is inaccessible accessible, and one whose sole aim is to serve the Guru and His Cause only the worship of the Supreme Spirit.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------- TEJABIND UPANISHAD.

Like the butter hidden in milk, the Pure Consciousness resides in every being. That ought to be constantly churned out by the churning rod of the mind.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------AMRITBIND UPANISHAD.

Kindly Note: Above are only the "References" not "Evidences" for "Evidences" you can enjoy reading UPANISHADS.