Archive for the ‘I-SERVE Delhi Chapter’ Category


Smt Saroj Bala Director,  I-SERVE, Delhi chapter was  conferred  the Degree of Doctor of Science by Guru Jambeshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar,  Hariyana India  in its 4th Convocation of the University on 22nd September ,2016  and the citation  is - “For sincere and in-depth scientific research on the project titled, “Cultural Continuity from Rigveda to Robotics through Sky simulations of Astronomical References and Supporting Scientific Evidences”, the Director of I-SERVE, Mrs. Saroj Bala was awarded the degree of Doctor of Science (Honoris Causa) by Guru Jambeshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar Hariyana” It is a pride  and honour to I-SERVE that the efforts of Dr Saroj Bala, Director, I-SERVE,  are recognized by one of the Prestigious Universities of the country.  We are sure that with her continued  research  and innovations on the subjects of Archeological  sciences   will  benefit the  Global  society in general and  Indian society in particular. Let us congratulate Dr Saroj bala and thank the Guru Jambeswar University of Science and Technology, Hisar. The full citation from the University is attached.

Clink Here to read report

PostHeaderIcon Report on Exhibition and seminar on Cultural continuity for Rigveda to Robotics

Yet another great exhibition and seminar was organized at I-SERVE Delhi Chapter on “CULTURAL CONTINUITY FROM RIGVEDA TO ROBOTICS (SKY VIEWS OF ASTRONOMICAL REFERENCES & SUPPORTING SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCES.) The event was conducted at Guru Jambeshwar University, Hisar, Haryana and Prof. Kaptan Singh Solanki, Hon’ble Governor of Haryana inaugurated the event on 3rd February 2016. Videos in Youtube may also be viewed on Ramayana, reality or myth and the link is provided in the attachment.  The report is attached herewith for your perusal and views.

Report on exhibition and seminar at GJU

PostHeaderIcon I-SERVE Delhi Chapter Advisory Board & Council

An ADVISORY BOARD and a TECHNICAL ADVISORY COUNCIL for I-SERVE Delhi Chapter are constituted as under w.e.f. 26.4.2014:-    ADVISORY BOARD Names of Members in Alphabetic order -
  1.  Sh. Come Carpentier, Convener, Editorial board, world Affairs
  2.  Sh. Darshan Lal Jain, President, Sarasvati Nadi Shodh Sansthan
  3. Smt. Divjot Kohli, Former Chief Commissioner of Income tax
  4. Sh. G.C. Srivastava, IAS (Retd.), Former Secretary to Govt. of India
  5. Sh. Kamal Malik, M D, Group Kamal (Advertising, Marketing and Print Production
  6. Dr. Kapil Kapoor, Eminent Author, Scholar and Lingustic
  7. Dr. K. B. Pandeya, Former Chairman, UPPSC and Former Vice Chancellor,  C.S.J.M. University, Kanpur
  8. Shri Madhukar Bhagat, IRS, Reputed Author and Distinguished Speaker
  9. Prof. Mahavir Agrawal, Vice Chancellor, Uttarakhand Sanskrit University
  10. Prof. P. B. Sharma, Vice Chancellor, Delhi Technological University
  11. Smt. Poonam kishore Saxena, IRS (Retd.), Former Chairman, CBDT
  12. Sh. Prakhar Viplav, IRS, Addl. Commissioner of Income tax
  13. Smt. Sangeeta Gupta, Commissioner of IT, Reputed Artist & Painter
  14. Sh. S.S. Dawra, IAS (Retd.), Former Secretary (DOPT)
  15. Sh. V.K. Singal, Former Chief Commissioner of IT and Reputed Author
  TECHNICAL ADVISORY COUNCIL Names of Members in Alphabetic order -
  1. Dr. Ankit Agarwal,  Research Associate, Indian Archaeological Society
  2. Dr. Baldevanand Sagar, Editor, Sanskrit News, AIR
  3. Dr. Divya Tripathi, HoD, Sanskrit Deptt., Centenary DAV College, Faridabad
  4. Dr. Gyaneshwar Chaubey, Senior Genetic Scientist, Estonian Biocentre
  5. Dr. Krishnanand Sinha, Former Scientist, Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences, Nainital
  6. Prof. K S Valdiya (Padma Shri), Geodynamics Unit, JNCASR, Bangalore
  7.  Sh. Kulbhushan Mishra, Research Associate, Indian Archaeological Society
  8. Sh. Piyush Pandey, Former Director, Nehru Planetarium, Mumbai
  9. Dr. Ravi S. Gupta, Research Associate, Indian Archaeological Society
  10. Dr. R. K. Ganjoo, Director, Himalayan Institute of glaciology
  11. Dr. R. S. Bisht (Padma Shri),  Former Joint DG, Archaeological Survey of India
  1. Smt. Saroj Bala, Director and Chief Research Coordinator
  2. Sh. Ashok Bhatnagar, Technical Director
  1. Sh. Khushi Ram, Administrative Officer
  1. The Advisory Board and Technical Advisory Council are being constituted for three years.
  2. Meetings of the Advisory Board and Technical Advisory Council will be held at least once in six months, preferably once in three months.
  3. These meetings will generally be hosted by I-SERVE Delhi Chapter. A copy of the Minutes of the meetings would be sent to the Headquarters.
  4. All the Members listed above have conveyed their consent (personally, telephonically, in writing or through email).
  5. The number of Members may be increased in future by nominating more Members after obtaining their consent.
I-SERVE DELHI CHAPTER has been working on a Research Project titled: Scientific Dating of Ancient Events from Rigveda to Aryabhatiyam: through astronomical dating of planetary references by making use of planetarium software and corroboration with archaeological, anthropological, paleobotanical, geological, ecological, oceanographic and remote sensing evidences.
After the first Seminar “Scientific Dating of Ancient Events Before 2000 BC: ….” Held on 30-31 July, 2011 (inaugurated by H.E. Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam), the book titled, ‘Historicity of Vedic and Ramayan Eras: ………’ was published, followed by three more publications on the subject. The second Seminar Determining Cultural Continuity since Vedic and Epic Eras: Through Sequential Dating of Astronomical References and other Corroborating Scientific Evidences” (inaugurated by Dr. Karan Singh), was held on 23-24 February, 2014.   The process of writing and editing the books is in progress. Involvement of subject experts, scholars and other eminent people would help in improving the quality of the contents of these books, facilitate focused scientific research and help spread awareness about the antiquity and continuity of India’s cultural heritage.

PostHeaderIcon Presentations from International Seminar on 23-24 February 2014 at New Delhi

“Determining Cultural continuity since Vedic and Epic Era”

Presentations of speakers – International Seminar on 23-24 February 2014 at New Delhi.


Click here to read Serminar Report

  1. Astronomical Dating from Rigveda to Mahabharat by using planetarium software by Shri Ashok Bhatnagar
  2. Astronomical Dating of Mahabharata Era- making use of the planetarium software by Prof. B. N. Narahari Achar
  3. Vedic Saraswati River Network in the Quaternary Period from Mansarovar to Dwaraka: Perceived through Satellite Remote Sensing by  Dr. J. R. Sharma and Dr B. K. Bhadra
  4. Concordance of Vedic and Epic knowledge with modern peopling of South Asia by Dr. Gyaneshwar Chaubey
  5. Signatures of Human Settlements before 1500 BC In the Indian Sub-continent: Inputs from Archaeology -Part1 by Shri Kulbhushan Mishra & Dr Vimal Tiwari
  6. Signatures of Human Settlements before 1500 BC In the Indian Sub-continent: Inputs from Archaeology -Part2 by Shri Kulbhushan Mishra & Dr vimal Tiwari
  7. Effective Endeavors for Unification of India since Vedic times by Prof. K. S. Valdiya
  8. Art and Craft since Vedic times and continuity through the ages by Prof. Vasant Shinde
  9. Plants Mentioned in Vedas, Epics and Puranas: Scientific and Radiometric Data by Dr. C. M. Nautiyal
  10. Mahabharata knows Harappans as Vedic: Inferences from the Indus Seals by Dr. Navaratna S. Rajaram
  11. Science and Technology since Vedic times by Prof. Krishna Bihari Pandeya

PostHeaderIcon Publications Of I-SERVE Delhi Chapter

To Buy Regular & Hard Bound as well as Abridged Edition Online – Click Here



To Buy This Regular & Hard Bound Edition Online – Click Here



To Buy This Book Online – Click Here

PostHeaderIcon Latest Book Of I-SERVE Delhi Chapter

The Book seeks to answer following questions-
 1.  Is it time to rewrite the true history of the world, particularly of the Indian subcontinent, on purely scientific basis ignoring the linguistic guesswork and the religious beliefs?
 2. Can the Planetary Configurations mentioned in Vedas, Epics and other ancient books be used to determine the exact dates of events mentioned therein?
 3. Was Lord Ram a real historical character? If yes, when did he travel from Ayodhya to Sri Lanka to bring succor to millions of innocent and suffering Indians?
 4. Do the planetary references in Valmiki Ramayan refer to the exclusive sky views, generated by planetarium software, seen sequentially around 5000 BC?
 5. Was Ramsethu a walkable bridge in 5000 BC as per sea level curve prepared by the oceanographers of the world?

PostHeaderIcon Scientific Dating of Ramayan Era

The beginning of the Holocene (post last ice age) is now universally accepted to be around 12000 BP. Consequently the civilizations of the world naturally and simultaneously started developing near the rivers which initially started flowing due to the melting of glaciers near the Equator e.g. South India, Sri Lanka and Africa. When populations multiplied, these river waters became insufficient. Therefore some people started travelling from south to north. Such northward migration continued for several centuries and finally when these people from south India reached the banks of Himalayan Rivers, they got climatic conditions conducive to long term development of civilization on the banks of these rivers providing security of water, food and shelter for a very long time. Thousands of years later, when some of these Himalayan Rivers became non-perennial or started drying up, some of these people started moving towards Central Asia and Europe. As per ecologists this ecological cycle has been repeating itself and will get repeated after every ice age and during the beginnings of all Holocene cycles. Therefore the history of growth of civilization in the world is not 4 to 5 thousand years old but it is more than 10,000 years old.

Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon National Seminar on “Scientific Dating of Ancient Events Before 2000 BC” held on 30th & 31st July, 2011 – Report with Pictures

(1) Institute of Scientific Research on Vedas (I-SERVE) was established in 2004 under the chairmanship of Dr. K. V. Krishna Murthy and Shri. R. Venkataraman, former President of India, as its Patron-in-chief, with the noble mission of establishing synergy between the scientific wisdom of ancient India and modern scientific inventions. The main objectives of I-SERVE are:

I. To identify, collect and study Vedic and Post Vedic Indian Literature with the object of deciphering scientific theories, techniques and knowledge contained therein which could help in developing nature-friendly and pollution-free technologies particularly in the fields of agriculture, energy, metallurgy and medicine.

PostHeaderIcon Report on National Seminar on “Scientific Dating of Ancient Events Before 2000 BC”, published in Puratattva

Institute of Scientific Research on Vedas (I-SERVE, Delhi Chapter) organised a National Seminar on “Scientific Dating of Ancient Events Before 2000 BC” on 30th – 31st July, 2011 in the Indian Institute of Mass Communication auditorium, Aruna Asaf Ali Marg, New JNU Campus, New Delhi. The objective of the seminar was twofold: to ascertain astronomical dating of planetary references in ancient Sanskrit manuscripts by making use of planetarium software and correlating it with archaeological, anthropological, paleobotanical, geological, ecological, oceanographic and remote sensing evidences.

This Seminar was financially supported by Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, Ministry of Human Resource Development and Ministry of Earth Sciences, Govt. of India. It was attended by scholars from the discipline of Sanskrit, astronomy,   archaeology, anthropology, history, geology, ecology, oceanography, space science and students of various universities and academicians as well as other persons from the public and media, were invited to participate. Read the rest of this entry »

PostHeaderIcon Mystery of Sarsavati River

Missing of a prominent river from the map is not a mystery; it is quite natural and is attributable to environmental changes. Judged in the broader perspective of geological evolution; disappearance of rivers, shifting of their courses, capture of one river by another, slow drying up of river beds, are all normal responses to tectonism, earthquakes, climatic changes and other natural events. Some recent examples are; Oxus river in central Asia has disappeared, Jordan river no more flows through Jordan as it dries up before entering Jordan, Jhelum changed its course in 1552-55 AD and Beas changed its course during 1996 flash floods. However, upto the middle of 20th century, in the absence of any credible scientific research reports, history of India was being written on the basis of linguistic theories and guesswork and our historians just presumed that Sarasvati river was only mythical, a mere imagination. However, methods based on linguistics and politics are progressively giving way to methods based on science and technology e.g. satellite imagery, archaeology, geology, geophysics, glaceology and oceanography etc. and the role of ecology in the rise and fall of civilizations/ creation and disappearance of rivers is being increasingly accepted and appreciated. Read the rest of this entry »

Salient Features
Site Traffic


Pages|Hits |Unique

  • Last 24 hours: 2,303
  • Last 7 days: 19,773
  • Last 30 days: 30,131
  • Online now: 3
Follow Us!