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[Affiliated Organizations: Vedanta Institute of India, Kolkata(W. Bengal);Vedic Ashram, Vaishali (Bihar); B.K. Institute of Medical Studies, Patiala(Punjab);NOVAN Education & Training, Ghana]

सुस्वागतम Welcome

"वेदाय वेदजीवाय वेदगुह्याय वै नमः |" [स्कन्द पुराण]

अर्थात् : "जो वेदस्वरूप, वेद को जीवन देनेवाले तथा वेदों में छिपे हुए गूढ़ तत्व हैं, उनको नमस्कार है " |

Meaning : "Salutation to ---That which is form of Veda, That which gives life to Veda and to those hidden esoteric elements (tattva) existent in Veda. "

The influence of the Veda is remarkably perceptible in the development and growth of Indian science, art, literature and philosophy. It has been affirmed that the Veda contains a vast body of scientific knowledge and that it anticipates even the most modern ideas of Physics, Chemistry and Astronomy.

His Holiness Sri Dr. B.C.Budhacharan 'FlyingYogi'

देहस्थाः सर्वविद्याश्च देहस्थाः सर्वदेवताः ।

देहस्थाः सर्वतीर्थानि गुरुवाक्येन लभ्यते ॥

"All kinds of knowledge (para & apara) is within this (human) body. All Goddesses –Gods resides within this same (human) body. (Obviously) All pilgrims are located inside this body. These secrets are exposed on believing & implementing the instructions of Guru."

Wordly sciences (अपरा विद्या) lead human beings to worldly prosperity (अभ्युदय); while the transcendental science (परा विद्या) deals with the inner progress of human being towards his original destination, and leads him to the Eternal bliss (निःश्रेयस) or the Realization of the Self. It need not be supposed from this classification that the Hindu thinkers concentrated their attention on निःश्रेयस alone by ignoring worldly prosperity and worldly sciences. The progress of worldly sciences in India can be seen in the development of sixty four arts (कला) and fourteen branches of Human Knowledge (विद्या). This lore has found expression in some written works on the respective subjects and has been handed down by oral tradition from generation to generation in several families and classes noted for specialty in it. The paucity of written works on it, modern machinery, industrialization and general apathy have, however, given a serious set-back to all of it, and the wordly sciences in India in their struggle for existence are on the point of being extinct.

VEDIC SCIENCES [Positive (+ve) Sciences in Vedas] :

The Vedic science encompasses the extensive cultivation and culture of knowledge of diverse branches of scientific and philosophical insights as found recorded in the Vedas, upa-Vedas and vedangas etc., whose foundation head and origin was the unique principal propounded by the Vedic Rishi Kapila. This unique principal subsequently called as prapanca and panchavimsati Tattva was enunciated about six millennium back. This principle laid the foundation and was the origin of the systems of numerologies: Patiganita (Arithmetic), Bijaganita (Algebra) Jyamiti or Sulba (Geometry), Trikonamiti (Trigonometry), Sthapatya Vidhya (Engineering), Padharth Vidhya (Physics), Rasayana Vidhya (Chemistry), Jyotirvidhya (Astronomy) and other sciences; and simultaneously parallel development of many distinctive philosophical insights took place.

“Several studies have pointed to the increasing significance of knowledge and Traditional Knowledge systems in sustainable development in India. The culture and knowledge systems of indigenous people and their institutions provide useful frameworks, ideas, guiding principles, procedures and practices that can serve as a foundation for effective endogenous development options for restoring social, economic and environmental resilience in many parts of the country. It is therefore essential that Traditional Knowledge Systems in the developing countries should not be overshadowed by the domination of cultures that foster inequality and materialism. Traditional Knowledge is a pluralistic approach for conserving and managing natural resources. Traditional Knowledge is dynamic - new knowledge is continuously added. Such systems innovate from within and will also internalize, use and adapt external knowledge to suit the local situation. These knowledge systems have much to offer to policy-makers, environmental managers, administrators, and stakeholders”.


ACHARYA PATANJALI - Founder Of Yoga;ACHARYA BHARADWAJ- Pioneer of Aviation Technology; RISHI AGASTYA & RISHI KANVA : Founders of Vedic Microbiology; ARYABHATT- Astronomer & Mathematician; BHASKARACHARYA II - Genius in Algebra;ACHARYA KANAD -Founder of Atomic Theory; NAGARJUNA - Wizard of Chemical Science DHANVANTRI (God of Ayurveda), RISHI BHARADWAJ,ACHARYA PUNARVASU ATREYA, CHARAK, RISHI AGASTYA et al- Founders of Vedic Medicine / Ayurveda / Siddha; ACHARYA SUSHRUT- Father of Plastic Surgery; VARAHAMIHIR- Eminent Astrologer & Astronomer etc (list will be updated...)


Yogavatar Sri Shyama Charan Lahiri (30 September 1828 – 26 September 1895), best known as Lahiri Mahasaya, was an Indian yogi and a disciple of Mahavatar Babaji. He revived the yogic science of Kriya Yoga when he learned it from Mahavatar Babaji in 1861; Yogirajadhiraj Swami Vishuddhananda Paramahansa (14 March 1853 – 14 July 1937) popularly known as Gandha Baba. He was expert in Surya Vijnan (Solar Science), Chandra Vijnan (Moon science),Vayu Vijnan (Wind Science), Nakshatra Vijnan (Stellar Science), Shabda Vijnan (Sound Science),Kohanan Vijnan (Instant of time science); Swami Bharti Krishna Tirtha (March 1884 – February 2, 1960) was the Śankarācārya of Govardhana matha in Puri, Orissā (now Odishā) from 1925 to 1960. He is particularly known for his book Vedic Mathematics.Swami Dayanand Saraswati (12 February 1824 – 30 October 1883)- Founder of Arya Samaj; Maharshi Mahesh Yogi (12 January 1918 – 5 February 2008) developed the Transcendental Meditation technique and was the leader and guru of a worldwide organization; (list will be updated...)


Many eminent scientists, physicist like Erwin Schrodinger (Austria, Germany), Max Planck (Germany), Albert Einstein (Germany), Niels Bohr (Denmark), Louis De Broglie (France), Wolfgang Pauli (Austria), Werner Heisenberg (Germany), Paul Dirac (England) and many others had referred to various Vedic texts and made important discoveries in their respective field.


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