Advancements of Ancient India’s Vedic Culture: The Planet’s Earliest Civilization and How it Influenced the World
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The author of 27 books and 12 e-books on Vedic culture and philosophy, Stephen Knapp (Sri Nandanandana Das) is a prolific author, speaker and spiritual mentor to many.
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This book shows how the planet’s earliest civilization lead the world in both material and spiritual progress.
From the Vedic culture of ancient India thousands of years ago, we find the origins of such things as mathematics, especially algebra and geometry, as well as early astronomy and planetary observations, many instances of which can be read in the historical Vedic texts. Medicine in Ayurveda was also the first to prescribe herbs for the remedy of disease, surgical instruments for operations, and more. These and more are the developments that came from India, much of which has been forgotten, but should again be recognized as the heritage of the ancient Indian Vedic tradition that continues to inspire humanity.
- Author:Stephen Knapp
- Published:June 8, 2012
- Book size:374 pages
- Formats:Kindle, Paperback