Calendar of Events

September 25, 2016

ADVANCED VEDIC ALGEBRA WORKSHOP

Institute of Scientific Research on Vedas (I-SERVE)

No. 279, Road No. 8, Alakapuri, Hyderabad, Telangana

In association with

Siksha Samskriti Uthan Nyas,

Hyderabad and AMS Arts & Science college for women, Intermediate section Hyderabad

Invitation

One Day Workshop on ADVANCED VEDIC ALGEBRA

Start: September 25, 2016 9:00 am
End: September 25, 2016 5:00 pm
Venue: Meeting Hall of Andhra Mahila Sabha
Address:
Near Osmania University, Hyderabad, Select a Country:

April 20, 2016

Workshop on Ancient Indian Natural Methods of Agriculture: Their Present Adoptability

All the working agriculturists are invited to attend the workshop so that they can learn the methods of organic farming and to reduce their investments, labour costs and also the techniques to preserve the soil health / nutritional values. The environmental friendly agriculture will be helpful to save the soil for future generations.  


For further details please contact : Sri V. Gangireddy, Project Director, R.R.D.S, Marutinagar, Nellatur, Gudur Ph : 9440273310, 08624 – 222589
  WORKSHOP INVITATION

Date: April 20, 2016
Venue: R.R.D.S. Training Centre
Phone: 9440273310, 08624 - 222589
Address:
Marutinagar, , Nellaturu, Guduru, AP, India

September 21, 2015

National Seminar on Potential Concepts and Practices in AyurVeda

Vedas have provided us a few applied sciences. Ayurveda is the science of human health. Major advantage of Ayurveda over the traditionally practiced chemical medicine is its ancient origin. It stood to the test of time for the last 5000 yrs and more. During its evolution from time to time, Ayurveda has gathered and acquired special concepts and Practicable practices.

Today a learned person feels that Ayurveda is a better human- caringsystem. However, a systemic effort is the need of the time, to percolate all edging specialties of Ayurveda. We have to give due publicity and spread them in the society for the benefit of humanity today and in future. It is an essential step to protect human race from new stubborn diseases like Chikun Gunya, Swine Flu and Ebola and many more such conditions in future. I-SERVE has identified Ayurveda as a potential treasure of human health. It has carved a newer way by venturing several unique activities in the field of Vedic Sciences and Ayurveda. I-SERVE organized several Conferences in the field of Ancient Sciences with special reference to health care through Ayurveda, Ancient agriculture, Astronomy and cosmology, Dating of Ancient events, Cultural continuity and allied sciences from time to time, in which eminent scientists participated todiscuss various issues relating to the Research and Development of Ancient Indian Sciences.

Now, I-SERVE, Hyderabad, is conducting a “National Seminar on Potential Concepts and Practices in Ayurveda”. The conference is another effort in same direction. The theme of the conference is first of its kind. The conference is aimed at churning Ayurveda and bringing out the nectar. All the Ayurveda Scholars are here by urged to make a note the conference and extend their valuable contributions from their specialties.

To register, please fill the attached form.

Ayurveda Seminar

Start: September 21, 2015
End: September 22, 2015
Venue: Sri Venkateswar Swamy Temple
Phone: 040-24035013
Address:
Lane Opp Andhra Bank, Saroor Nagar Branch, HYDERABAD, INDIA, 500035, Select a Country:

August 30, 2015

National Seminar on the “Excellence of Ancient Indian Mathematics”

Institute of Scientific Research on Vedas (I-SERVE) conducted a one day National Seminar on the above subject on 30th August 2015 in the Meeting Hall of Sri Venkateswara Degree College of Commerce, in which around 200 participants, drawn from various colleges and schools of Hyderabad have participated as delegates. The Inaugural Session started at 10: 30A.M, in which Dr. C. Goverdhan, Coordinator, Computer science, Dept. of mathematics, Osmania University, was the Chief Guest and Sri. N.V.S.S. Prabhakar, M.L.A was the Special Guest.

Prof. K.V. Krishna Murty, Chairman, I-SERVE, who presided over this session, explained the motive behind the Seminar and the verity of activities undertaken by I-SERVE.

Then Prof. C. Goverdhan, the Chief Guest, in his brief speech, glorified the ancient Indian Mathematicians for their unparalleled achievements like the invention of zero, the decimal system of numbers and many more. Then the Special Guest Sri NVSS Prabhakar, MLA & BJP Floor Leader, Telangana State, absorbed the audience by his inspiring speech. Basically being an engineer, Sri Prabhakar spoke about many scientific achievements of ancient India. He said that Aryabhata was the 1st scientist who declared that the earth was round and hence the eclipses are being formed. Even our Puranas mentioned that the earth was a globe. He also said that Nala and Nila of Ramayana were great engineers, with profound knowledge of Fluid Mechanics. That is why they were successful in constructing a bridge from Rameswaram to Sri Lanka. Our present youth are excelling in the I.T. field and space technology, but they should know that the space technology and air craft technology were available in Ramayana period itself, the MLA said. His speech was well received by the audience, particularly by the large number of students. Then Sri Sudhakar Reddy, The mentor of Sri Venkateswara Degree College of Commerce, who participated in the session as a Guest of Honor, expressed his happiness and gratitude that such a great event is taking place in his premises. By 11:30 A.M the 1st technical session was started and this was chaired by Dr. Nagalakshmi, Principal, Green Goble International School, Hyderabad. The Key Note address was delivered by Sri. Shriran Chouthai wale, from Yavatmal, near Nagpur. Sri Chouthai wale reviewed the history and achievements of Ancient Indian Mathematicians of a period of more than five thousand years. He mentioned about the mathematics related to the Yagna Saalaas (Fire alter houses) which was available in the Vedas and in Sulba Sutras. He also mentioned that the Sulba Sutras of Bodhyana, Aapastamba, Maanava, Vaadhuula and Kaatyaayana only are available today, while many other were lost. He proceeded to explain that there were complicated geometrical constructions and equations such as constructing different geometrical shapes like rectangles, squares, triangles, circles, polygons etc., all with equal area. Then he proceeded further to explain the major achievements of Aryabhata, Bhaskara, Sridhara, Mahavira, Brahmagupta, Varahamihira, Nararyana Pandita, Daivagna, Madhava etc., in the fields of arithmetics, algebra and geometry. He explained that several centuries after their findings, mathematicians of other continents reinvented them. He stressed that the use of zero was in voge prior to Aryabhata itself. Apart from this, he mentioned about the Trigonometrical tables, Solutions for algebraic equations, area of a rhombus with in a circle, constructing such a rhombus with sides of perfect integers, and many more. The next presentation was by Prof. K.V. Krishna Murty on the topic “Is there Mathematics in Vedas?” He quoted several direct Vedic statements to prove that the Vedas contain indirect references for the existence of zero, direct references for the existence of a number system with base 10, for mathematical operations related to integrals and fractions, for squares and square roots of numbers, for series of numbers, formula to find the “nth” number of a series, etc. In geometry, there are references for several geometrical shapes and their mathematical operations, for three dimensional geometry, for astronomical mathematics etc., and this is apart from the mathematics that was kept in secret code language. The next presentation was by Prof. G. Suresh Babu of C.B.I.T, Hyderabad on “Ganita Sara Sangraha” of Mahaviracharya. Prof. Babu explained that Mahaviracharya summarized several findings of his predecessors and provided profs for them, in a systematic way. The author elaborately described the arithmetic and geometric progressions, and also algebraic equations, squares, square roots, cubes and cube roots and many complicated arithmetical problems. Prof. Babu went on to prove that Mahavira exhibited extraordinary skills in giving mathematical examples and sums. The next was the presentation by Dr. P. Satyanarayana Sarma of Vijayawada on “Understanding Lilavati Ganita”. Being a talented and experienced teacher of mathematics, Dr. Sarma took several examples from Lilavati Ganita to explain how Bhaskaracharya excelled both as a mathematician and as a poet. He took examples on progressions, neck less equations, complicated multi variable equations etc., from Lilavati and explained in an intel resting way. The second technical session was presided over by Dr. I. Suryanarayana, Rtd, Scientist from IICT and the 3rd one by Prof. Gandikota Somayajulu, a reputed Rtd. Atomic scientist. Then Several students from several colleges made brief paper presentations on Ancient Indian Mathematics. It is quite hearting to see the zeal exhibited by the young students in compiling relevant material from different sources. The final item was Ganita Avadhanam by the students of Sri Madiraju Sitaramarao, which thrilled all the audience. Compeering for the entire Seminar was handled beautifully by Smt. P. Sarada, Principal, AMS Girls College, Hyderabad. The Seminar concluded arround 05: 30 P.M by singing the national anthem.

Start: August 30, 2015 10:00 am
End: August 30, 2015 5:30 pm
Venue: Sri Venkateswara Degree College of Commerce
Address:
Hyderabad, Select a Country:

February 13, 2015

ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON VEDIC MATHEMATICS

I-SERVE in collaboration with the Mathematics Department, Vivekananda Govt. Degree College has conducted a One day Workshop on Vedic Mathematics on 13th February 2015 in the Seminar Hall of the college. The Workshop is conducted with an objective to enhance Mathematical skills among the students, as the mathematical problem solving has become an essential part in every core of competitive world. 130 Students from B.Sc, B.Com and B.A classes have participated in the work shop.

The Workshop began with a brief inaugural session at 09:30 A.M, which was presided over by Dr. P. Sathi Reddy, Principal, VGDC, Prof. B. Shankar, Dept. of Mathematics, Osmania University was the chief guest and Dr. K. Sarada, Lecturer in Mathematics/ convener of the workshop started the program with the introductory note.

After inaugural session two technical sessions were held wherein, Sri. M. Sitarama Rao, Principal, Vidyaranya Junior College, Hyderabad and Sri. M. Narsimha Rao, freelancer expert in Vedic Mathematics, were the resource persons.

All the 16 formulae of Vedic Maths were covered in the workshop, Prof. Kuppa Venkata Krishna Murty, Chairman, I-SERVE, Hyderabad was the chief guest and Dr. P. Sathi Reddy, Principal, V.G.D.C was the president for the Valedictory session.

Date: February 13, 2015

January 20, 2015

Scientific Research on Homa Effects on Environments and Public Health

I-SERVE

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ON HOMA EFFECTS ON ENVIRONMENT AND PUBLIC HEALTH

in association with Prajahitha Seva Samithi

(January 20th 2015 – 1st february 2015, Kurnool)

Program Brouchure

I-SERVE (“Institute of Scientific Research on Vedas”) which is recognized by DSIR, Govt. of India, as SIRO (Scientific and Industrial Research Organization) would like to take up large scale R&D work on “Scientific Research on Homa Effects on Environments and Public Health” in association with Prajahitha Seva Samithi (PHSS), Hyderabad, as a collaborative research work.

The Trustees of Prajahitha Seva Samithi have proposed “APTHORYAMAM” the supreme and ultimate SROUTHA SOMA YAGA and “MAHASOURAM” the Supreme SMARTHA MAHA YAGA being facilitated from 20th January,2015 to 1st February,2015 in the premises of Mayuri Sarovar Layout at Gargeyapuram Village, at the 10thkm Point on the Kurnool – Nandikotkur Road, Kurnool District of Andhra Pradesh, India.

Now, the I-SERVE and PHSS will take up the research work in coordination with a large number of well experienced scientists, Associates and scholars (Research Assistants) etc. to find out the various effects of the above yagas to evaluate the effects on environment and humans beings. In the study and research the following aspects will mainly be taken up:

  • Attitudinal Survey
  • Random Event Generator (REG) studies
  • Bacterial count in the atmosphere, land, water etc.and
  • All other concerned analytical fields related to the YAJNAs.

​The process involves a huge amount of expenditure for various studies, instruments, devices, purchase of items, land (earth) works, digging  a pond near SOMA YAGASALA, procuring specific wooden samidha and pure country cow ghee etc. The I-SERVE makes an earnest appeal to the Industrialists, all kinds of Business people, Scholars, Philanthropists, Individuals, Institutions, Professionals like Doctors, Lawyers, Engineers etc,. to encourage I-SERVE by generously supporting its endeavors to serve humanity at large through this scientific study. Since this type of mammoth yagnas are not easily available, I-SERVE wants to utilize this situation for scientific studies. Please come forward and offer whatever monetary support you can in a big way.

All contributions/donations made to I-SERVEare exempted from Income Tax,U/s.35(1)(II)of I.T Act.Vide Letter No.DIT(E)/Hyd/42(04)/80G/06-07 dated: 26.09.2006. 

The sums donated by business people and professionals to I-SERVE. will be exempted to the extent of 175%.  For example, if Rs.1,00,000/- is donated to I-SERVE, the donor gets a deduction for Rs.1,75,000/- from his/her taxable income.). In the case of other donors, the exemption is 100% U/s. 80GGA of I.T Act.

The Donors/Contributors must furnish their PAN Number along with their Cheque /D.D. or Cash payments can be made upto below Rs.50,000/-

INDIAN RESIDENTS :Indian Residents can send their donations in the form of Cheques or Demand Drafts (DDs) favoring ”SERVE” payable at Hyderabad   or can make online transfer to Axis Bank Account number 235010100139359 (Code No. IFSC: UTIB0000235), ​Dilsukhnagar branch.  

NON RESIDENT INDIANS (NRIs) :Non Resident Indians (NRIs) can utilize wire transfer facility. The following are the details for the same. Wire Transfer of Funds: (USD)  Payments should be made – CHASE MANHATTAN BANK (SWIFT CHASUS33) (PAYMENT SHOULD BE ROUTED EITHER VIA CHIPS (ABA 0002 Or FED ABA 021000021).

For credit to 0011407376 AXIS BANK LTD (SWIFT – AXISINBB) MUMBAI

For further credit to AXIS BANK LTD, Hyderabad SWIFT: AXISINBB008 Ultimate Beneficiary A/c No: 909010039494633 

Start: January 20, 2015
End: February 1, 2015
Venue: Mayuri Sarovar Layout,Near 10th KM point
Address:
Nandikotkur Raod, Gargeyapuram, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh, India

February 22, 2014

International Seminar on Determining Cultural continuity since Vedic and Epic Eras

Two day INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR,  “Determining Cultural Continuity since Vedic and Epic Eras” inaugurated by Dr Karan Singh on 23rd February, 2014 in New Delhi.
Full Report

Start: February 22, 2014
End: February 23, 2014

December 28, 2013

Felicitation to Sri Kuppa Venkata Krishna Murthy

Invitation to Felicitation Program of Brahma Sri Kuppa Venkata Krishna Murthy on 28th  December by Sri Sitarama Veda Samskrita Vidyapeetham.  

Start: December 28, 2013 6:00 pm
End: December 28, 2013 9:00 pm
Venue: Kalamandir
Address:
Telugu University, Nampally, Hyderabad, Select a Country:

August 22, 2013

Seminar on Ancient Indian Sciences

 

INVITATION

to the One day Seminar on

“SCOPE OF ADVANCED RESEARCH

OPPORTUNITIES IN

ANCIENT INDIAN SCIENCES”

on

22nd August, 2013

Venue

Conference Hall, School of Humanities,

University of Hyderabad (UoH), Gachibowli, Hyderabad

Organized jointly by

Department of Sanskrit Studies,UoH

Institute of Scientific Research on Vedas

(I-SERVE), Hyderabad.

11-13-279, Road. No. 8, Alakapuri, Hyderabad – 500035

Ph: 040-24035013; E-mail: vedakavi@serveveda.org

Web: www. serveveda.org

Theme of the conference :

Modern Science is materialistic in nature, while ancient Indian Science is realistic. Our great ancient Sages have discovered the subtle nature of reality and coded it in the form of Vedas. That is why extraordinary steps were taken to preserve the Vedas and honor was given to Vedas even though their meaning is little understood.

World historian, Joseph Needham, has stated – “Future research on the history of Science and Technology in Asia will in fact reveal that the achievements of these people (of Vedic Civilization) contributed far more in all pre- Renaissance periods to the development of world science than has yet been realized.”

Some of the scientific interpretations of Vedas especially Rigveda are going to be a challenge to the future scientist because they are beyond scientist’s imagination. Do our children know about it? Their own roots? It is necessary to have a combined study of Modern science and ancient Vedic Science as complementary methods. The importance of this is stated by Ella Wheeler Wilcox, a famous American poet and journalist– “India, the land of Vedas produced remarkable works containing not only religious ideas for a perfect life, but also facts which science has proved true. Electricity, radium electronics, airship, all are known to the Seers who founded the Vedas”

The main aim of this conference is to expand the fundamental knowledge and show the importance of this fascinating hidden wealth of our Country to present young generation, through the deliberations and to kindle inspiration in scholars to pursue further research on ancient IndianScience.

All are cordially invited

R S V P:

Sri K.V.R.S. Murty Dr. J.S.R.A. Prasad

Director, Research Wing Dept. of Sanskrit Studies

I-SERVE, Hyderabad UoH, Hyderabad

Ph: 8897457534 Ph : 994959761

Start: August 22, 2013 10:00 am
End: August 22, 2013 5:00 pm
Venue: Conference Hall, School of Humanities
Address:
University of Hyderabad, Gachibowli, Hyderabad, Select a Country:

March 30, 2013

Ayurveda: The scientific way of approach in the cure & control of Ailments

INSTITUTE OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ON VEDAS

Recognized by DSIR as SIRO and approved U/s. 35(1)(ii) of I.T.Act

INVITATION

You are cordially invited to participate in the Invited lecture and to know the benefits in Health care through Ayurveda.

Speaker           : Prof. Dr. P. Yadaiah
Topic   : Ayurveda: The scientific way of approach   in the cure & control of Ailments
About Prof. P.Yadaiah : Prof. Yadaiah obtained his Doctor of Medicine from (Jam) and Doctorate from Pune University and he is presently HOD for UG and PG Unit at R.T. Ayurveda College, Akola Maharashtra. He is a Panchakarma expert and treated a number of cases with this art. He is also serving the patients through AYURPLUS hospital at Hyderabad. He will deliver the talk highlighting the diseases and cure, the scientific way of approach through Ayurveda. 
Note: All are invited in this interactive session  after the  talk- and get benefited through the anarmous experience and knowledge of Dr. Yadaiah. 
 
For making good arrangements please confirm your registration (free) early.

Start: March 30, 2013 6:00 pm
End: March 30, 2013 8:00 pm
Venue: I-SERVE office
Address:
Alakapuri , Hyderabad, Select a Country: