Bharath Gyan

Bharath Gyan, a research foundation, has been collating specific, scientific knowledge of India, using ancient knowledge sources along with modern scientific tools and methods, from a present day perspective and relevance.

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Bharath Gyan also looks at  its ties with other civilizations from ancient to modern times, through the ages, through engaging mediums, to make the task for absorbing this knowledge an easy, interesting and enjoyable experience to all ages.

The knowledge of the Indian civilization is available scattered in various forms – books, manuscripts, oral tradition amongst scholars, various art forms, customs and traditions of the land. The current generation is facing a barrier in reaching out to this knowledge due to the limited availability and access to such resources, the ancient languages and the style of expression used, the approach to the subjects etc, all of which are in contrast to the present day system of expression or understanding. In Bharath Gyan, as part of our quest for the specific scientific knowledge and practices of the civilization, we have come across many stories, ideas, views, theories, factual events and statements. With the help of traditional scholars with a modern bent of mind and modern scientists open to traditional knowledge systems, we have endeavoured to carefully sift through all this data, with an inquisitive, rational, logical and scientific mind to understand the knowledge from a fresh interdisciplinary perspective.The activities of Bharath Gyan endeavors to develop pride in the people about their rich heritage.

  • Opening up discussions on the similarities between India and other civilizations from ancient times through the ages and try to understand the diversity and commonalities between them – to look for the concept of pluralism (scientific, cultural, religious, legal, political etc.) of the world as a whole (Vasudaiva Kutumbakam or global family) in order to encourage global harmony, peace and cooperation
  • Establishing India as a land rich in sciences and knowledge too besides being known for culture and spiritual richness and diversity
  • Identifying applications of the native knowledge for usage in all subjects for eg. Science, technology, medicine, art etc.
  • Providing inputs from ancient Indian sciences to help modern research
  • Creating a Questioning temperament  in the people to develop them into knowledge seekers
  • Providing answers from ancient Indian texts to Universal Questions.

Can we make the past converge with the present for the future? It is perhaps not the first effort in this direction, neither should it be the last. Bharath Gyan, encouraged by His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankar in alliance with Art of Living repurpose the knowledge into  products for dissemination to the community at large. The website provides more insights into its activities of Bharath Gyan.

The outcome of this analysis is the compilation of Bharath Gyan. Over 12 years, spanning across 108 subjects, the independent facts and data collated, self validate and corroborate each other beautifully in this compilation, as pieces of a jigsaw.

List of Topics

  1. Administration
  2. Agriculture
  3. Ahimsa
  4. Alexander
  5. Allopathy in India
  6. Architecture
  7. Art
  8. Aryan Invasion
  9. Astronomy
  10. Ayurveda
  11. Bharathiya Culture
  12. Brahmanda Parardha
  13. Buddha
  14. Calendar
  15. Caste
  16. Chemistry
  17. Chithra Padhathi
  18. Cow
  19. Creation
  20. Devi
  21. Education
  22. Engineering & Technology
  23. Enigmatic India
  24. Etymology
  25. Evolution
  26. Festivals of India
  27. Fight
  28. Flags of India
  29. Food
  30. Freedom Struggle
  31. Future of Ayush
  32. Ganesha
  33. Ganga
  34. Geography
  35. Geology
  36. Health and Hygiene
  37. Hindu Society
  38. Historical Krishna
  39. Historical Rama
  40. History of India
  41. Homam
  42. Ideas
  43. Idol Worship
  44. Incredible India
  45. Indian Prosperity
  46. Jewels of India
  47. Kali
  48. Kama Kreeda
  49. Knowledge
  50. Krnvanto Vishwam Aryam
  51. Kumari Kandam
  52. Language
  53. Law
  54. Mahabaratha
  55. Management
  56. Manuscripts
  57. Mathematics
  58. Meru
  59. Metallurgy
  60. Napumsaka
  61. Nature Scientific Divinities
  62. Navigation
  63. OM
  64. Pan Global Similarities
  65. Plunder of India
  66. Punya Theertha
  67. Purana Itihasa
  68. Quest
  69. Raja raja
  70. Rama Rajyam
  71. Research Analysis & Methodology
  72. Reservations
  73. Rishi
  74. Saraswathi River
  75. Science
  76. Science & Spirituality
  77. Shakthi
  78. Siddha
  79. Sports
  80. Stree Sakthi
  81. String Theory
  82. Swasthika
  83. Tamil Culture Prosperity
  84. Tamizh Arivial
  85. Tibet
  86. Time
  87. Time Travel
  88. Trade
  89. Tree
  90. Trinity
  91. Triple Eclipse
  92. Unani
  93. Upanishad
  94. Vandalism
  95. Veda Source
  96. Veda Technique of Transmission
  97. Vicithra Jananam
  98. Vidura Niti
  99. War
  100. Water Grid
  101. Water Harnessing
  102. Why India went down
  103. Women Rights
  104. Yoga
  105. 2012 – The Real Story
  106. 64 Kala
  107. 108 – Significance


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