Ancient Indian Science Inventions

Ancient Indian Science Inventions

There are many inventions in Ancient India that will surprise the world. These video’s are very interesting and ‘must watch’. These video’s, an eye opener, on ancient India’s discoveries and knowledge.


THE VEDIC GEOMETRY – A film based on research about Ancient Indian Geometry – Tweet This.

One of the world’s oldest Geometrical Inventions are from India. 99% of the people today are not aware of this Scientific Hertiage of The Great Indian Subcontinent! 

Ancient Indian Heritage of Vedic Sciences. Ancient Geometry principles – Tweet this?    

Mathematicians across the world know Bhaskaracharya’s contributions of defining trigonometric identities and their relationships, solving quadratic equations, providing a proof for the Pythogoras theorem (which was already in Sulba Sutras way before Pythogoreas), calculating the circumference of the earth, the motion of planets, developing the foundations of calculus and explaining gravity. Bhaskaracharya wrote the legendary Siddhanta Shiromani – a collection of 4 treatises on Mathematics, Algebra,Trigonometry and Spherical Geometry. In this video, let us explore what these contributions were and understand the scientific and mathematical acumen of the genius Bhaskarcharya.

Finding Zero | Amir Aczel

The invention of numerals is perhaps the greatest abstraction the human mind has ever created. The story of how and where we got these numerals has for thousands of years been shrouded in mystery. “Finding Zero” is the saga of Dr. Aczel’s lifelong obsession: to find the original sources of our numerals. His journey takes him to India, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, and ultimately into the wilds of Cambodia.

Trinity Fellow, Professor Béla Bollobás, explains the significance of Indian mathematician Ramanujan on the release of The Man Who Knew Infinity. Courtesy: BBC Look East

Sulba sutras are one of the very first texts on mathematics in ancient India. Sulba sutras were written between 800BC and 200BC and tell us about the knowledge of mathematics during the Vedic Period in Ancient India. In this video we will go in depth into the mathematics presented in the Sulba sutras and other related texts and talk about their history organization and origins.

Pingala, is the father of Binary numerals.Pingala, was a ancient Indian Sanskrit scholar and a great, mathematician born in 2nd or 3rd century BCE.

Vedic Cosmos (Astronomy) Science

Vedic concept of time and space

The Surya Siddhanta is an incredible testimony to the advanced thinking of the ancient Indians. In this text, one can find the roots of trigonometry, as well as essential mathematical inventions, such as standard notation and the decimal system. In addition, the text describes gravity for a millennium before Sir Isaac Newton developed his theory in 1687. He explains the sidereal revolutions and how planets move eastward. Accurately calculate the size and position of distant planets, the duration of a tropical year and the amount of time that has passed since its creation. Finally, in his discussion about how time passes at different speeds and under different circumstances, it contains the seeds of relativity.

Vedic theories of the universe !!! ( ancient indian scriptures ).

This is a video describing theories ranging from universe creation to multidimensions given in ancient indian scriptures which date back to thousands of years . The video unravels astonishing facts and figures which are surprisingly close to the modern day theories of universe . The areas covered are : 1. Creation and dissolution of universe 2. Planetary levels of the universe 3. The sun & its orbit 4. The moon & its orbit 5. Space time theory 6. Time dilation 7. Concept of time 8. Biological evolution 9. Matter and consciousness 10. Theory of multidimension

Ancient Indian philosopher, Acharya Kanad, knew atomic theory 2,500+ years ago but modern western science has a difficult time accepting it. This ancient and wise sage knew all matter is composed of atoms!

Ancient Indian Scientists Part 3- Physicists, Chemists and The field of Medicine

ANCIENT INDIAN SCIENTISTS Part 2- Scientists, Astronomers and Mathematicians

Ancient Indian Scientists Part 1- Astronomers and Mathematicians

Ancient Indian Civilization achievements

What if the history of India that we learn in our textbooks tells only part of the story, and worse, tells the story incorrectly? What if there are significant periods missing in the narration on Indian history that is not being told today? In this talk Dr. Raj Vedam critiques present-day narratives, examines the evidence from a variety of scientific disciplines, and presents a unique, strong and compelling case for an untold prehistory of India.

Indian history, or what we have been taught by way of history in India, has many strange paradoxes which are hard to explain to rational, inquiring minds. At the root of these paradoxes is the Colonial Ideological Offensive, imposed by British historians steeped in Biblical tradition. These historians simply could not come to terms with an established chronology in India that pointed to a far greater antiquity than their ecclesiastical mnemonic of the destruction of the world in 3000 BC during Noah’s Flood allowed them to believe. That the men delegated by the East India Company to write India’s history came with a bias into the discourse and introduced distortions to force fit their Biblical canons is a fact many Indians are waking up to at long last. What a majority of Indians are still not aware of, however, is that the enterprise of distortion of Indian history continues unabated in Western Academia as they strive hard to find newer paradigms to uphold the debunked Aryan Invasion/Migration Theory or AIT/AMT.

The history of India written during the colonial era begins with the Indus Valley Civilization. When this civilization declined, Aryans had invaded or migrated to India who wrote Vedas. In fact, we do not have any chronological history before 500 BCE that’s what modern historians and archaeologists record. But the advanced research based on archaeological, archaeo-astronomical and literary evidence suggests otherwise. India’s history is continuous since the beginnings of Holocene and we Indians proudly call our history as ITIHASA….The word itihAsa splits as iti-ha-Asa and means thus-verily-happened. Vedic, Post-Vedic, Itihasa and Purana texts record history – just in a form that is different than what is now considered to be the norm. Today, the definition of History is that which was introduced into India by the Colonial historians who just doubted our antiquity without evidence. Much prior to that, the Rishis recorded chronological and genealogical history so that future generations could benefit from its learnings. Let us scientifically explore our chronological antiquity.

These Mysterious Temples Were Constructed Thousands Of Years Ago With The Most Basic Tools And Equipments. However Their Grand Structures Makes One Wonder Whether It Was Possible For Early Man To Make Them. Or Were They Made By Someone Else.

Out of the four great civilizations of the ancient world, three of them, Mesopotamia, Egypt, and China, have been extensively studied and well-known to almost every individual. Lost to human memory was the fourth civilization of equal importance and much more sophisticated Indus Valley Civilization that thrived along the flood plains of rivers Indus and Gaggar-Hakra. Indus Valley Civilization was the largest among the four ancient river valley civilizations of the world. Excavation of the sites of the Indus Valley Civilization is an on-going process and by 1999, 1,056 cities and settlements had been found of which 96 have been excavated. Harappa, Mohenjo-Daro, Dholavira, Ganeriwala and Rakhigarhi were the major urban centers.


also called Gonardiya, or Gonikaputra, (flourished 2nd century BCE or 5th century CE), author or one of the authors of two great Hindu classics: the first, Yoga-sutras, a categorization of Yogic thought arranged in four volumes with the titles “Psychic Power,” “Practice of Yoga,” “Samadhi” (state of profound contemplation of the Absolute), and “Kaivalya” (separateness); and the second, the Mahabhashya (“Great Commentary”), which is both a defense of the grammarian Panini against his chief critic and detractor Katyayana and a refutation of some of Panini’s aphorisms

The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali | Prof. Edwin Bryant

In commemoration of the 150th Birth Anniversary of Swami Abhedananda, Prof. Edwin Bryant speaks on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. His book on this topic is available at:

Ancient Indian Medicine

Fascinating Validation Of Sushruta Samhita

Dan Vantari is an ancient Hindu believed to be the father of Ayurvedic medicine. Ancient astronaut theorists ponder whether his advanced knowledge was handed down by aliens in this clip from Season 12, Episode 11, “Voices of the Gods”

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