The guests were shown all the rare collections of Sanskrit scriptures and literature, painstakingly gathered from various sources. It was indeed an impressive collection. But there was one small handwritten note book which surprised them the most. What were the contents of that book? Ancient Indian Vimana; Image source: aloneworld. For the guests or to the audience this was a strange title and they had never heard about it before.
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It makes the claim that the vim? The existence of the text was revealed in by G. A Hindi translation was published in , while the Sanskrit text with an English translation was published in It contains shlokas in 8 chapters which Shastry claimed was psychically delivered to him by the ancient Hindu sage Bharadvaja. The text has gained favor among proponents of ancient astronaut theories. Mukunda, S. Deshpande, H.
Nagendra, A. Prabhu and S. It would be amazing to know the roots of this text and from where it did originate. I have this book "vaimaanika sastra". The books is also at archive. What is this thing psychically delivery. How antiquity of text is established. Our very own The science of Aeronautics. Great India. This book makes people doubt even the genuine achievements of Hindu civilization!.
Rare Book Society of India Thanks for posting the scientific opinion debunking pseudo-science too! Shruti was the way of transferring knowledge from guru to disciple. This process refined all the knowledge. Posted on: 6 January View Post on Facebook. Attention Alice Gorman From where should I purchase this book?
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Vaimanika Shastra: World’s First Aeronautical Engineering Guide By an Indian Sage
The Vaimanika Shastra was reproduced in early 20th century, it was compiled using old Hindu texts. The existence of the text was revealed in by G. Josyer, according to whom it is due to one Pandit Subbaraya Shastry, who dictated it in A Hindi translation was published in , the Sanskrit text with an English translation in Skeptics who make fun of ancient Hindu texts should note that US Air force and their secret intelligence units are already working on 7 physics bending aircrafts and 2 space crafts to travel within earth and inter-planetary journeys. Read about one of the crafts patent here. Most of the knowledge given in Vaimanika Shastra on constructing aeroplanes, fighter jets were lost due to series of invasions happening in India.
That pictures, after, gone under the approval of Sri Subbaraya Shastry on 2 nd December and become the first modern representation of ancient Vimanas. That strain can explain some errors done in the process of drawings Vimanas, but we also keep in mind that Ellappa never seen this object and also Subbaraya Shastry know them only by oral tradition. The historical period when Vimanika Shastra was dictated by Subbaraya Shastry is between and The first two decades of XX century is a period where many concepts of Vymanika Sastras are absolutely foreigner to the science and technology of this period, that could be a proof of genuineness of material.
Vaimanika Shastra – Vymaanika-shaastra
The existence of the text was revealed in by G. Josyer who asserted that it was written by Pandit Subbaraya Shastry — , who dictated it during the years — A Hindi translation was published in , while the Sanskrit text with an English translation was published in It contains shlokas in 8 chapters which Shastry claimed was psychically delivered to him by the ancient Hindu sage Bharadvaja. A study by aeronautical and mechanical engineering researchers at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore , in concluded that the aircraft described in the text were "poor concoctions" and that the author showed a complete lack of understanding of aeronautics. Regarding the "Rukma Vimana", the study noted, "If the craft is taken to mean what the drawing and the text say, it can be stated that the craft is a decided impossibility". Subbaraya Shastry was a mystic from Anekal , who was reputed to speak out verses slokas whenever he got inspiration, described by Josyer as "a walking lexicon gifted with occult perception".