Dear family members, brothers and sisters!
Today, we are starting our learning process of Indian heritage with particular reference to Bhagavath Geetha. Many people have shown deep interest in this project, many people have taken membership in Bhagavath Geetha Vijnaana Yajna Samithy directly and many have enrolled through email@example.com to participate in the learning, teaching and popularisation processes and programs, of our heritage.
Your role is not only learning but learning for teaching and teaching scientifically, logically and rationally, the Indian heritage in the true spirit of nationalism and patriotism.
We have to learn our heritage and values mainly for creating an inspiration and pride in the mind of Indians and all those who love and respect India.
We have to learn Indian heritage, as the second point, to show the world that our forefathers have produced treasure of knowledge useful and adaptable for all the people in the world at all the period of time.
We have to learn and teach our heritage, as the third point, to use them directly with or without the modern knowledge. We should know that world over, the thinkers, intellectuals and scientists are searching for novel ideas for creating a better life. Thus integrating the good modern knowledge with the good heritage knowledge is possible only with the Indian knowledge because no other ancient civilization exists on the surface of the globe earth. Only in India the heritage knowledge exist for the last not less than ten thousand years. They do still exist here without losing its flavour and taste. Of course, a small part of the heritage knowledge also exists in China. Thus the world should learn and take them through the Indians for bringing back our glory. It is important that we should classify the good, adaptable, useful, scientific, rational and logical knowledge and they should be free from superstitions, anaachaaras and duraachaaras.
Based on the archaeological evidence as given in the ‘materials and metals of ancient India book’ published by Dr AK Biswas and Dr P K Biswas, referring thousands of research papers, the oldest artefact of copper, brass and bronze available from many Indian archaeological sites stands at BC 8200 +/- 100. Thus we can, for the present study presume that we have a heritage with scientific proof, more than 10000 years. If we take yuga theory and concepts it can go far far beyond that.
In the service of Motherland & Dharma
IISH Communication Team