Manoj and Sai from Vaimanika.com have been recently working on major research break through. We are also thinking that everyone who had looked for the details from Rediscovery of Vaimanika Shastra have done one or the other investigation and moved ahead in the field of Vaimanika Shastra and related technologies.
I am hereby sharing the invite for all to submit the papers related to your research.
Below is the copy of the message from NIVS.
NIVS is an organisation founded in 2001 with the motto of promoting the knowledge of ancient Indian Sciences. Its aim is to spread, popularise and re-engineer the vast scientific knowledge hidden in Vedas.
NIVS has successfully organised 6 International Conferences on various horizons of Vedic Science and now heading towards organising 7th International Conference.
Main theme of 2020 Conference is “Ancient Indian Aircraft and Related Technologies“. We are looking for active participation of scientist, Engineers, Researchers, Sanskrit scholars, Teachers, Students and public with great passion in Ancient Indian Science, related Aircraft and associated Technologies.It would be a wonderful platform that unifies all interested individuals to gather and unveil information which would be mutually beneficial.Enclosed brochure for more details.
Plenty of robots can fly — but none can fly like a real bird. That is, until Markus Fischer and his team at Festo built SmartBird, a large, lightweight robot, modeled on a seagull, that flies by flapping its wings.
A soaring demo fresh from TEDGlobal 2011.
This is the same concept of Shakuna Vimana, the first kind of aircraft that is described in Vaimanika Shastra, Latest Technology has proved this to be right.
Germany – Still has the knowledge received from Samskrita, known to all, but the sources are hidden from public.
Learning from nature is what was done by the Sages earlier. they were not just the ones who sat and meditated for ages, they were the actual scientists who learnt all minor and major information from the Nature.
“First accept what is told, then discuss on it, later conclude the correctness.”
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