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International Peer Reviewed (Refreed) Multidisciplinary Research Journal of  Vedic Sciences and Modern Sciences: A Joint Venture of Vedic Science Virtual University, Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati Chair (UGC),  Indian Foundation for Vedic Science, and International Foundation for Vedic Science.
ISSN No. 0975-0312

Vol. 12, No. 1-4, Jan. - Dec. 2022

1. Understanding Global Warming from Vedic Perspective
Prof. Ravi Prakash Arya & Surya Prakash Kapoor
2. Indus Valley Civilization: As an Inventor of Writing, Abstract Counting and Accounting
Prof. Balbir S. Sihag
3. Kautilya on Incorporation of Insights from Economics, Ethics, and Psychology for Creating
a Fairer and Richer Society

Prof. Balbir S. Sihag

4. Chemistry of Mercury Metal in old Indian Manuscripts: Correlation with the Modern Day Science

Kapil Tomar, IIT Kanpur

5. Disaster Management: A Vedic Perspective
Prof. Ravi Prakash Arya

6. Science of  War Chariots and Dhanurvidyā in Ancient India
Prof. Ravi Prakash Arya

7. Book Review ‘Hindu Ke Celtic Svajan’ by Maj. Surendra Narayan Mathu
Prof. Ravi Prakash Arya

8. Computation (Abacus) Aspects of  The  Sahasraliṅgam
Jayabrata Mukherjee  & Dr. Deepak  Bhattacharya

9. Medical Science in Ancient India

Prof. Ravi Prakash Arya

1. About this Journal
Vedic Science is the only International Journal that publishes original peer-reviewed research papers and articles of modern sciences as well as different areas of Indian knowledge system, Vedic Sciences and scientific Interpretation of Vedas and allied literature. Vedic Science Journal was founded in 1999 by eminent Vedic Scholars Dr. Ravi Prakash Arya and Late Ram Narain Arya as the mouth piece of Indian Foundation for Vedic Science. Since then Dr. Ravi Prakash Arya is serving as the Editor-in-Chief of this Journal and Ram Narain Arya served as the Patron between 1999 and 2010. Vedic Science was published by International Vedic Vision New York between 2000 to 2009. Now its hard copy is being published from Amazon plateform alongwith its kindle version, so that it may become accessible to all the readers on the globe. However, the readers have been given the choice to access its e-verssion on this website.
2. Objectives
The Vedic Science Journal is published with the following objectives:
1). Towards preserving the Vedic scientific heritage globally.
2). To promote and promulgate the rational, secular and scientific outlook of the Vedic seers and scholiasts of ancient India.
3. To bring together the Vedic scholars, who have evinced a great interest for promotion of Vedic studies on scientific lines, and modern scientists or scholars interested into the Vedic scientific vision, both professionals and amateurs, irrespective of caste, creed, race, region or religions from India and other parts of the globe, to present the detailed accounts / results of their original findings, discoveries and researches into the Vedic sciences and scientific interpretation of the Vedas and allied literature.
4. To provide a forum or a platform to find out the solution to the various issues of mass and global concern in the light of eternal laws (social and natural) discovered by the ancient Seers of India.
5. To help the modern scientific knowledge synthesise with the Vedic one so that it may diffuse following the Vedic vision, for upkeep, advancement, safety and development of humankind and not for ecological crisis, destruction and extinction of living organisms.
6. To promote such a vision (as discovered by the seers of India in the times of yore) as could bring about social reforms leading to harmony, friendship, fraternity and common culture to the present day trouble torn world of humankind and help in the cause of national and international peace, and, thus, suggesting to the modern science for more and more constructive role and to the Vedic science for more and more active role for the upkeep and safety of living organisms and the planet.
7. It also attempts a thorough, dispassionate, and impartial scientific reappraisal of the extant Vedic and Allied literature.
8. This Journal will also try to formulate/ lay down various scientific theories and principles enshrined in the Vedas and Allied literature.

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