Organized a two-day National Seminar "Vedic Science Tradition and Freedom Movement"

BHU : On the occasion of the nectar festival of independence, a two-day national theme of "Vedic Science Tradition and Freedom Movement" under the joint auspices of Vedic Science Centre, Banaras Hindu University, Indian Institute of Technology (H.V.) and Vigyan Bharati, New Delhi. The seminar started today at Centenary Auditorium, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Banaras Hindu University with Vedic invocation, lighting of lamp and Kulgeet. The Chief Guest of this seminar, Hon'ble Vice Chancellor of Gujarat Central University, Gujarat, Prof. Ramashankar Dubey said that all our people directly and indirectly contributed in the freedom movement of India. We have been the carriers of knowledge and science in the world. He quoted Maharishi Kanad, the founder of Vaisheshik philosophy, the theory of gravity propounded by him, the method of converting mercury into gold propounded by Nagarjuna, Sushruta, Charak, Aryabhata etc. Discussed special passion and vision for Indian knowledge and science. Also said that to save humanity, the world will have to adopt Indian Vedic knowledge and science.

The keynote speaker, Shri Jayant Sahasrabuddhe, All India Organization Minister, Vigyan Bharati, New Delhi, said that the purpose of this seminar is not only to understand the story of the freedom movement, but to realize its golden vision in a visible way. He said that the foreign invaders and Europeans used to say that if India is to be ruled and kept as slaves, then the first objective should be to eradicate the Indian Vedic knowledge-tradition because Indian knowledge is the reason for the creation of the culture and tradition of this country. Is. He urged to consider Basant Sampat Bindu as the first day of the year. He had said that leaving behind the scientific calendar of India, we are giving importance to the modern unscientific calendar, which is not appropriate for the Indian knowledge-tradition. Explaining the importance of freedom and independence, he said that while freedom establishes and regenerates self, freedom is only to be free from bondage. Referring to the evolution of modern science, Darwin's theory, the modern map created by Ptolemy, propounded by geologist James Lyle, he said that in the 1893 conference held in Chicago, for the first time using the Alternating Current System, the program was inaugurated by pressing the key. Was. In this conference, Vivekananda, while giving a speech in six ordinary sessions, said that modern European science is only an echo of Indian Vedic science.

Distinguished Guest, Indian Institute of Technology, H.V. Director, Prof. Pramod Kumar Jain said that our Vedic scientists established independence, Swarajya and self-reliance and also said that technical knowledge was at its peak during that period, it is a different matter that at present its correct documentation has not been done. Giving examples, he told that the temples, forts and other architecture built in ancient India without the use of iron are amazing. Special attention has been given to the arrangement of sound, light, air and water in them, that is, we were aware of the most excellent knowledge through Vedic science.

Giving the presidential address of the program, Prof. Vijay Kumar Shukla, Vice Chancellor of Banaras Hindu University, citing the example of Hanuman Chalisa, said that at that time, Indian knowledge and science was at its peak, it is difficult if not impossible to understand today. He assured that through such seminars and awareness programs, we will be able to become Vishwaguru again. Vedas should be the center of our scientific study and only then we can give condition and direction to the world. The theme of the seminar was promotion and guests were welcomed by the coordinator of Vedic Science Center Prof. Upendra Kumar Tripathi and the conducting and session coordinator Prof. Raj Kumar and vote of thanks by Prof. Rajesh Kumar.

The speaker of the first session of the symposium, Dr. Prabhakar Upadhyay, while giving a lecture on the topic "Pre-British period", said that the codes of Indian knowledge and science continued to be written till about 14th-15th century. While discussing coins, inscriptions and archeology, he discussed the blow to the Indian knowledge tradition. He presented a detailed description from the ancient period to the pre-British period. 

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