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PostHeaderIcon PURNA VIDYA NIDHI PURASKAR TO Prof. K.V.Krishna Murty, Chairman of I-SERVE

Prof. K.V.Krishna Murty, Chairman of I-SERVE is awarded the prestigious title “PURNA VIDYA NIDHI” by Parama Pujya Sri Sri Sri Ganapathi Sachchidananda Swamiji of Avadhoota Datta Peetham, Mysore on 26th May 2016.

PostHeaderIcon Release of Charka Samhita and Sushruta Samhita CD

The Electronic version of Charka Samhita and Sushruta Samhita which carries the unusual facility of search drives for devanagari script which is produced by I-SERVE under the leadership of Dr. M. Paramkusha Rao, was released by His Holiness Sri Ganapathi Sachchidananda Swamiji on 26th May 2016 at Mysore Ashrama on the occasion of the 74th birthday celebrations of Pujya Sri Swamiji.

PostHeaderIcon The World Beyond Fermions

The World Beyond Fermions


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Research Supervisor, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur, A.P.,India.


Institute of Scientific Research on Vedas, Hyderabad, A.P.,India.


Institute of Scientific Research on Vedas, Hyderabad, A.P.,India.

(Recevied on 30th September 2013)


What are the strings or atoms of space made of ? Based on Vedic wisdom Ṛta,  high energy state and Satya, low energy state (the D-branes) are manifested from Salila (energy in inertia) by the action of Supreme power in 10th dimension.Ṛta in  high energy state can move and interact with Satya. As a result Dhāta (string or atom of space) is formed which is the basic unit of matter.PanchaTanmātras (five point particles) of force and matter, the micro-causatives contribute to the journey of Ṛta to Satya. These five tanmātras behave as seed-like structures that led to the formation of cosmos on macro-level. These are the truly fundamental building blocks of the universe.

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PostHeaderIcon Building Blocks Of The Observable Universe



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Research Supervisor, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur, A.P., India


Chairman, Institute of Scientific Research on Vedas, Hyderabad, Telangana, India.



Institute of Scientific Research on Vedas, Guntur, A.P. India.

The five fundamental particles called Pancabhūtas or space atoms are formed from five point particles called tanmātras by Quintuplication Principle.These fundamental particles or space atoms constitute the observable universe. In the language of mathematics, it can be shown as a linear transformation of one set of objects into another set of objects that is the transformation of point particles to fundamental particles.

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PostHeaderIcon I-SERVE Research Advisory committee members receive Bharat Jyoti Award & Life Time Achievement Award

I-SERVE is glad to inform that our honorary Research Advisory committee members have been awarded the following accolades:

Dr. M.V. Jagannadham, Senior Scientist of CSIR- CCMB, Hyderabad was awarded “Bharat Jyoti Award” for his meritorious services, outstanding performance and remarkable role, by Dr. Bhishma Narain Singh, former Governor of Tamilnadu and Assam at a Seminar on “Economic Growth and National Integration” at New Delhi on 26th March, 2014 . We congratulate Dr.M.V.Jagannadham on his achievement and wish him more achievements.

Prof. Vimaladevi,C.E.O, Auro Pharma, Pondicherry (formerly Prof. of Pharmacology, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam), is unanimously selected by the “Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA) for the IPA- Shri Ramanbhai B. Patel Foundation Life Time Achievement Award for the year 2013. Vide letter no. IPA/110/385, dated March 6, 2014. On behalf of I-SERVE, we extend our heartiest congratulations and best wishes to Prof. Vimaladevi for receiving this award.

PostHeaderIcon Dr Stephen Hawking’s Opinion on the Science in Veda

Stephen Hawking, The scientist, theoretical physist , cosmologist, general relativity and Quantum Theory  expert in Cambridge University, U.K. has referred the Vedic science books authored by Dr. Sivarambabu (Organizing secretary, I-SERVE) and said that Vedas might have a theory superior to Einstein’s law E=MC2. His statement on this subject is reproduced below.
Stephen Hawking 997 like this
November 10, 2011 at 5:56am  
Vedas might have a theory superior to Einstein’s law E=MC2
Te Satapatha Brahmana 7-1-2-23 and Gayatri Mantra talk about Universe being threefold (triloka): Prithvi (Earth), Antariksha (the space in between) and Dayu (Heaven). Krishna Yajurveda 23.12 (7-4-45) 43 Pannam-18th Anuvakam-45th Panasa suggests the existence of a softer intermediate space called Pilipila. Modern science says the matter and energy are interchangeable but the Vedic science says there is Pilipila in between the two.(Ref: Modern Science in Vedas- 1 and 2 by Dr. Sakamuri sivaram Babu and Arjunadevi-Guntur-A.P.India published in 2007). Both Vedic and modern science agree upon a continuous dance of creation and annihilation of particle energy everywhere in the universe – Siva tandavam as per Hindu mythology, Rigveda discusses this cycle in detail.

Vedic View: The Universe rotates, shaped like an egg.
Modern View: The Universe is still and it resembles the surface of a sphere.

McCauley’s Educational Act of India (dated Feb 2nd 1854) aims at transforming Indians to be English in taste, morals and opinion. I strongly feel the process of westernization has brought about a psychological slavery among Indians who’d opt to be Engineers rather than Vedic scholars, given a choice.
To conclude, Vedas are a vast storehouse of knowledge, abundant information and solutions waiting to be discovered by dedicated youngsters.     -     We are herewith attaching one more novel paper by the same Dr. Sivarambabu for the benefit of our members, who are interested in the Vedic theories of cosmology.  

“The World Beyond Fermions” (Vedic Model)

  Dr. Sivarambabu presented an invited paper in the 2nd International Congress on Advanced Materials (AM 2013) at Jaingsu University, Jaingsu, China, in association with University of Jinan, East China University of Science and Technology. Hengyang Normal University, China during May 2013. The conference was attended by Noble Laureates apart from other scientific professionals in the modern sciences. Later the paper was published in the Avagadro Journal of chemistry 1(2)(2013), 7-12. during September 2013.

Here is letter to and response from Dr Stephen Hawking :

Letter to Dr Hawking

Response from Dr Hawkings

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