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Visakhapatnam, November 7, 2005
The present day technological developments that we see or hear was written by our Maharishis in the Vedic period itself said BS Murthy, Professor of Metallurgy and Nano Technology, IIT Chennai in his address at a seminar on Vedic technology organized by Maharshi Research Institute of Vedic Technology on Sunday. The seminar was hosted by the institute to create awareness on the rich Vedic heritage and it application in modern science.
According to AB Sudakhara Sastry, founder of the institute said every subject has it roots linked to Vedas especially in pure sciences like physics and chemistry. Giving a power point presentation, Mr.Sastry showcased how pure mathematics formed an integral part of the Vedas.
Subjects like astronomy, bio technology, space technology, aeronautics, civil engineering, chemical engineering and atomic structures are discussed in detail by sages like Bharadwaja, Valmiki and Agastya under different chapters and texts. Maharshi Intellectual Forum was also inaugurated to tae up the task of brining into relevance the use of Vedic technology in modern science.
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