Saturday, September 11, 2010

The great heritage of Indian Culture

The great heritage of Indian Culture:a speech in English by Dr. N. Gopalakrishnan

A land which could survive all the torrential invasions from outside for not less than 1,000 years. A land which could protect all it’s heritage when other civilization failed. A land, our mother land which could protect who came to our land as refuge; it gave all the freedom, wisdom to all world. That’s the great heritage of India. India always welcomed all noble thoughts and accepts all. Indians always prayed let all the living beings around the world be live happily. When the western philosophy says Survival of the fittest, Bharat says survival of the noblest. This is why still Indian culture survives. Since we are sons of India, our mother, it’s our duty-dharma to protect our motherland (mother).

50 examples where india stands in the Ancient period on modern science. “Apakarshaparyantham dravyam paramanurevam”-inferior most particle of a matter is known as Atom (paramanu )

1,“Paramanuithiprokta njanenam drishtigocharam”- What we call paramanu can be only understand by scientists.

2,Who Discovered wave nature of sound ?
Gautama maharshi 23 century ago mentioned in “nyaya shastra” in 6th chapter not less than 3000 years ago!
“Vechi Taranga nyayena shabda ulpathi”
The production of sound takes place as waves. So the wave nature of sound discovered by Gautama maharshi

3, who stated Evolution principle? Darwin? It is explained in india long ago before Darwin!
“Jyatandara parinama (evolution of living beings ) prakityapoorat (law of nature )”
-Evolution of living being is the rule of the nature- By patanjali

4, Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle stated long ago in India
The 6th chapter of patanjali’s yoga shastra
Yega samaye (At a stretch) cha ubhayan (two parameters) anavadharanam (impossible to perceive)
At a stretch, two complementary parameters cannot be perceived. Heisenberg is through in bhagavat gita, you may note that!

5,Bhaskaracharya, Mentioned Law of gravity. In “sidhanda shiromani” in 6th chapter.
Akrishti (attracting ) shaktischa (with force) mahe (earth )swa abhimugham (towards itself ) swashaktya (by its own force ) khastam (whatever is existing in sky) guru (solid material )aakrishyate . yat aakrishyate (whichever is attracted ) tat patatetibhati ( falls down)

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