Wednesday, 4 April 2012

Inventions made by ancient indian's...........part..10

Our ancient seers did not use light as a standard for length measurement. Albert Einstain found that light bends if it passes by the side of a large mass. How can that “which bends” be called unchangeable? Every created thing is subject to change by time; there is nothing like an universal constant. And the velocity of light is no exception to this law. The velocity of light of our Sun was greater in Krita Yuga than what it is now, even if it is by a small fraction. The velocity of light is proportional to the stored energy in the Sun or any other star. Modern science also accepts that
the Sun has lost a lot of energy over billions of years. Then, there must be some other stars in the
universe which have greater stored energies than the Sun, and are emitting light which is faster than that of the Sun? Yes. Modern science will confirm this after it develops more sophisticated equipment than what they have at present. Why then are we not able to use our own ancient knowledge? It is a law of nature that everything in creation must go through cycles of time. The period of light must be followed by a period of darkness, and the period of wakefulness must be followed by a period of sleep. And the period of happiness must by followed by a period of
sorrow; otherwise, the human mind will not give the due value to happiness. After a period of sorrow, the happiness that comes next will be much more heartening. Hence, according to that law, the higher psyche of Indians is at sleep now. Will it wake up in the near future? Can we see it during our own life time? Yes. Some astrologers, both Indian and Western, have predicted that India will
awaken to a part of its prestigious glory in about two decades from now. One visioner wrote: “(In India), good character and culture will be inculcated in all spheres of life. …. Due to the scientific progress achieved by India and her increased amity with America, Indian society will shed its
degenerate culture and become progressive. By 2020, Indian society would have significantly expanded its thinking. …. Spiritual books, originating from India, will become extremely popular and command a global audience. From 2010, winds of spiritualism will blow across the entire world, awakening more and more people in its wake. Where limits of (modern) science end, spiritualism begins. …. Along with scientific progress, intellectuals will start recognizing the importance of spiritualism. …. From 2050, a new era will begin….”[2]. I have also done some astrological calculations and agree to the lines quoted above. This is further backed-up by science and technology in our Hindu scriptures. They are the invaluable assets given by our ancestors. They will definitely help India to rise.

Inventions made by ancient indian's...........part..9(AERONATICS)

Indian aeronautics
How are the next generation computers are going to be designed? We have a dual-core Pentium processor which is replacing the old one. But, the development will not be faster that way, because they still use electron currents. We all know that light travels faster than electron current. When they use laser flows instead of electron flow using Raman Effect discovered by Sir C.V.Raman, Nobel Laureate, the next big revolution in making computers will take place. Some researchers in
U.S.A. are already working in this line. The next drawback in a computer is that the Numeric Co-Processor in the C.P.U. works according to arithmetic logic. We know that the result of multiplying an eight digit number with another eight digit number cannot be obtained in one step. But ancient India knows a very unique method which gives this answer in one step – the Vedic mathematics. If the Numeric Co-Processor was to be designed using Vedic mathematics, each personal computer will work like a super computer even with thepresent day computer hardware.


Why India was called Bhaarata Desam? Most of the people of the present generation think that India was named after emperor Bharata. This interpretation is probably not very old, may be some hundreds of years. Is there any other land in the world which is named after a male? Religions of all lands treat the earth as a female, the mother goddess. Before the spread of Christianity, all countries in Europe were named after the local mother goddesses. The same is true for all other lands in the world. Among all countries in the world, India has inherited the largest number of ancient manuscripts from time immemorial. They were written on the widest range of subjects known to
humans. Indians were the originators of all higher knowledge in the ancient times. What is impossible for our Maharshis of yore? A Telugu poet wrote the following line: “Pogadaraa nee thalli bhoomi Bhaarathini” – praise your mother land Bhaarati! India was named after Bhaarati (Saraswati), the goddess of knowledge. No other ancient civilization of the world could claim this coveted title. The world’s oldest educational institutions were located in India, and scholars from China and Europe used to come here for learning. Another hidden meaning of the name Yilaa Varta is Bhaarati Aalaya, the temple of goddess Bhaarati. So much for the psyche of the Indians, but we are psychosomatic beings. The mind is in-separable from the body. Hence, is there anything in the bodies of Indians which shows the blessings of goddess Bhaarati? Yes. During the second word war, the British military doctors who conducted autopsy on the dead found that the pineal gland of the Indians is much larger than that in the British. The pineal gland is the third eye. It is the seat of higher knowledge according to the esoteric teachings in medieval Europe. Sanskrit texts on Yoga and Tantra also say the same thing. The largest group among foreign computer programmers in the U.S.A. at present are the Indians, they account for more than 70%. The Birla Science Center at Hyderabad has produced some alloys after studying some Hindu manuscripts like “Vimaana Sastra” and “Amsu Bodhini”. The alloys possess some extra-ordinary properties which are unknown to the
western countries.

Inventions made by ancient indian's...........part..8.(surgery)

Who invented plastic surgery?
The Indians. It is fully described by Maharshi Susruta, the ancient Ayurvedic surgeon, in his Samhita. Who invented acupuncture? The Indians. Who invented the martial arts? The Indians.
Who invented the remote sensing and imaging techniques? The Indians. Who discovered Advanced Astrology? The Indians. Who discovered Advanced Astronomy? The Indians. Who discovered Groundwater Hydrology? The Indians. We can read Brihat Samhita of Varaha Mihira; the Indian method is better than the modern techniques of using space satellites. Who were the first to
construct planned cities with high technology infrastructures for water supply and sewerage? The
Indians. Who invented the hanging bridges? The Indians. Chinese who visited India a few thousands of years ago wrote about our hanging bridges which used steel beams and steel ropes. Who discovered higher philosophy? The Indians. Were there Doora Sravana and Doora Darsana
machines in ancient India? Yes. Did our ancients knew radars and laser weapons? Yes, the techology was given in the Sanskrit manuscript Samarangana Sutra Dhara.
Who discovered Irrigation Engineering?
Another name for India was Yilaa Varta. The hidden meaning of this name is Jala Maaruta, the country of water laden winds. No other country in the world has monsoons. The rainfall
in India is more than the total rainfall in the rest of the world. India is the land of mighty rivers – and
that in a very large number that outnumber all other countrie. In the olden days, the water flow rate in the Ganga exceeded that of any other river in the world. The people of South India built and maintained an extensive system of irrigation tanks and associated canals with extraordinary managerial and social skills. They shared the waters following the ways of nature from time immemorial. Construction of small dams at every possible location was carried out with such
completeness that a British engineer of the 19th century thought that it would be impossible to add
another tank to that irrigation system. It was a marvel of Indian engineering and human cooperation. Nothing like it existed else where in the world at any time in the past. While peasants of other countries broke their backs to reap one harvest, the Indians produced two or three bumper crops a year. The harvest in the Krishna and Kauvery river basins was large enough to meet the needs of rest of our country during periods of crisis. Visitors from Europe and China in pre-Christian times
wrote that India was a land of plenty. Our Buddhist and Jain religious records also say the same thing. Who were the first to postulate the infinity of the universe and the plurality of inhabited worlds like the earth? The Indians. The Vishnu Purana says that the earth is merely one of thousands of millions of inhabited worlds like itself to be found in theuniverse.

Inventions made by ancient indian's...........part..7.(mettalargy and nuclear weapons)

Who invented powder metallurgy?
The Indians. The iron pillar in Delhi which does not get rust even today is the proof for it. It is not the only one of its kind; there are many more scatteredthrough out in India. The Russians who took scrapings from the pillar confirmed that it is made using powder metallurgy technology. The so called space-age technology of today can make only small pieces using powder metallurgy; they are generally used as tips in cutting tools. How could our ancients make such a big pillar using powder metallurgy? The pillar is like a time capsule – it is challenging the world. Can we rise to the pinnacles of achievement to which our ancients had reached?
Who invented nuclear weapons?
You may have heard about the great Astras mentioned in our Puranas. But you may
not have read about them in detail: “The Mahabharata – an ancient Indian epic compiled 3000 years ago – contains a reference to a terrible weapon. Regrettably, in our age of the atomic bomb, the description of this weapon exploding will not appear to be an exaggeration:‘…. a blazing shaft possessed of the effulgence of a smokeless fire (was) let off…’. That was how this weapon was perceived. The consequences ofiits use also evoke involuntary associations. ‘…
This makes the bodies of the dead unidentifiable. … The survivors lose their nails and hair, and
their food becomes unfit for eating. For several subsequent years the Sun, the stars and the sky
remain shrouded with clouds and bad weather’. This weapon was known as the Weapon of Brahma or the Flame of Indra……”[1].

Inventions made by ancient indian's...........part..6.(aircraft)

Who invented the aircraft?
India had many ancient Sanskrit texts on aeronautics. The Yantra Sarvaswa of Maharshi Bharadwaja, Vimaana Chandrika of Maharshi Narayan, Vyoma Yaana Tantra of Sounaka, and Vyoma Yaanarka of Dandi Natha are some of them. They contained topics like Maargadhi Karana
(Navigation and control of speed during flight), Lohaadhi Karana (alloys used for various components of the aircraft) and Saktyaadhi Karana (production and usage of various fuels used in aircrafts). Para Sabda Grahakata is a subject of monitoring the flight tracks of aircrafts, navigatory communication system, and monitoring the conversation of the pilots in the aircrafts. Maharshi Gouthama mentioned 32 models of aircrafts used in Treta Yuga; only one model among them, called Pushpaka Vimaanam, became popular in the Ramayana. The Vaimaanika Sastra describes Tripura Vimaanam that uses solar powered engine to travel at three levels – on the land, under the surface of water, and in the air. Sakuna Vimaanam is a cross between an aircraft and a rocket – a space shuttle. The British have robbed most of our Sanskrit manuscripts during their rule in India. In 1895, Sivasankar Thalpad of Bombay had constructed an aircraft with an engine which flew to an altitude of 1500 feet. He was a Vedic scholar and used to teach at the J.J. School of Arts. He obtained the technology from some rare Sanskrit manuscripts. He also wrote a book in Marathi named
Praacheena Vimaana Vidye Chaasodha. Lalaji Rayanji, Maharaja of Baroda, was one of the many witnesses who had seen the flying of that aircraft. After the untimely death of Prof.Thalpad, his legal heirs sold all his scripts and materials to the British. (You can check the year of flying of Wright Brothers).

Inventions made by ancient indian's...........part..5.(steel)

Who invented steel?
The Rig Veda mentions “wootz” steel. Evidence for the manufacture of steel in ancient times is available in South India. The Arabians used to make a lot of money by selling Indian steel ingots to Europe. In 1746, the queen of Britain had sent a scientist named Benjamin Hauntsman to India to obtain the secret of making steel. Hauntsman stayed in India for some years, went back to Britain and submitted a report to the queen. Some historic records say that he did not write the
main secret and he started his foundry in his native town. How the secret reached Henry Bessemer is unnecessary for us because his process was essentially the Indian crucible method of making steel. Another Indian contribution to industries in Europe was the process of casting. The frames of machine tools of that time were made of wood. Good mechanical devices like clocks did exist in Britain as early as 1300s. They were works of skilled crafts persons and were not products of precision machine tools. It was not until the structures of the machine tools were cast using
Indian casting method and their other components were made of hard metals using Indian steel making method, the high precision machine tools could be made. The so called Industrial Revolution of Europe in the 1800s heavily depended on this.