Exploring ancient science

The ancient Sanskrit scriptures have pure science in them. The science in them is completely different from what we know in modern science. An unbiased study of these texts, open our mind to the fact that “even the basic tenets of study of reality around us” can vary. It leads us to a very startling conclusion that all postulates, laws, experiments and principles need not always involve observables around us. In fact it questions the very basic assumptions that we have made regarding space and time and its relation to the observable individuals around us. It opens up a different world of viewing reality around us… Read More

Astrology – technology of ancient science – Part 2

As I have written in the first part 1, astrology should have been an application of the science described in these Sanskrit literatures. Given that these literatures describes how manifestation occurs from that truth, creating a map of the individual paths of observables using this described science is equivalent to predicting the future(what we call… Read More

Astrology – Redefining the terminologies

As I had written in the blog “Astrology – technology of ancient science – part 1“, given that ancient Sanskrit literature deals with manifestation of the un-manifested truth into this reality around us, we should be able to apply the described science to map all paths that are considered to be the existences in this… Read More

Astrology – technology of ancient science – Part 1

Just like yoga, ayurveda and many many such themes existing in India, astrology is also something that is present in every nook and corner in India, coming down to us from ages in varied forms. It varies from someone giving me a daily prediction of what is going to happen today according to my star… Read More


Empirical reality has been the focus of most scientific studies. But, humans have always been curious about how awareness, consciousness, sub-consciousness, or how the mind works. How are thoughts formed? Am I the mind? Is the brain responsible for consciousness? Are thoughts consciousness? Are there sub-conscious thoughts? Is the observable universe the truth? Is there a truth beyond reality? What is difference between a living being and a non-living being? What is the soul? This book talks about what the Surya Siddanta says about this.

I find our understanding of Shiva is quite different from what is described in these literatures. The notion of Shiva as a God, its religious association with divinity, as a belief or any emotions associated with it seems alien when these texts are translated and read. I find by associating emotions, judgement and conclusions based on judgement to the concept of Shiva, we have lost the knowledge of Shiva and romanticised it according to our needs. This book talks about what Shiva could possibly have been to the ancients based on which the various Sanskrit literature is written.

“Path of the Ancients crackles with compelling prose that moves effortlessly through the science, allowing Kalki to find her answers. The truth startles yet satisfies. By the book’s end, this inventive sci-fi mystery rewires the reader’s view of the world. The novel establishes a fascinating new series conceived by a thoughtful and imaginative author.” Self-Publishing Review

This is a fictional story exploring the possible aspects of our reality if what the Upanishads talk about is true.


Modelling dimensions

As I have said in the blog on fifth dimension, when we talk dimensions, the first thought that comes to mind is space dimensions. The x, y and z co-ordinate system. Any new dimensions identified are added to this to extend this view. But, we need to ask ourselves why should new dimensions be an… Read More

Ancient Science: Energy and its forms – 2

As I had explained in the blog “Ancient science: energy and its forms“, according to ancient science, energy is the variance in concentration of the underlying natures present in that minute spread of the vast expanse that is un-manifested and unknown from which this reality has sprung. The Surya Siddanta says: acintyAvyaktarUpAya nirguNAya gunAtmane samastajagadAdhAra… Read More

The problems in defining a measurement for time

As I have written in a number of my previous blogs, according to ancient science, time does not exist. Time is just an abstract appearance in the fifth dimension for a series of changes that exist in the other dimensions. What is present is a “series of changes” in the underlying truth that can be… Read More

Ancient Science: energy and its forms

In modern science, energy is defined as “the capacity to do work”. Its explanation is given in terms of properties of “matter”. For example, the explanation for “heat” is due to the movement or vibration of atoms/molecules within a system. It almost makes it seem that matter needs to be present for thermal energy or… Read More

Explaining physics of motion with ancient science

As I have explained in “Surya Siddanta: Emergence of empirical reality“, we need to change scientific study to include thought and change. We have failed to account for the working of the observer and observation in all of our scientific studies. In this blog I want to bring out how the science changes when this… Read More

Ancient Science: Yoga – Practice of a theory

I will not dwell too much on what Yoga is considered as in today’s world. There are a dime and dozen sites that talk about this. The explanations vary anywhere from being just exercises for the body, to a union of spiritual and physical, to a way to understand and be one with the soul… Read More

Prajnaparamita hrdaya sutram – Part 2

I had translated the first part of this Sutram in Part – 1. Continuing with the translation of the rest of this Sutram: cittAvaraNa-nAstitvAda atrasto viparyAsAtikrAnto niShTa-nirvANa prAptaH = cittA + varaNa + nAsti + tvAda (tvAdatta shortened?) (nAstit + vAda) + atra + sto + viparyas + sAti + krAnto + niShTa + nirvANa… Read More

Prajnaparamita hrdaya sutram – Part 1

There are so many rare gems in the Sanskrit literature. Some of which we should not even try to understanding until some of the core concepts have been understood. It is when we try to understand these literature without context that we end up with the messy translations that seem to be superstitious and meaningless…. Read More

The fifth dimension

Dimensions in modern science mostly refer to spatial dimensions. Some consider time as a dimension, some consider gravity as a dimension and the search is on for many other dimensions, everything is up for debate. To note though, all of them are only spatial dimensions. To note also, any location in space is considered to… Read More

Ancient Science: Modelling reality with Dhyanam

Modelling real world events as mathematical models is used for prediction or forecasting and is an obsession of humans. We believe mathematics is a universal language. We try to find a mathematical representation of any and everything in reality. Yet, it is strange that we fail to recognise the fact that none of these mathematical… Read More


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OM bhur bhuvah svah
tat sa vithur varenyam
bhargo devasya dhimahi
dhiyo yonah prachodayat

OM knowing to choose that one light energy to become, thence becoming the self-aware with intellect, this being the origin of impulse. READ HERE


om trayambakam yajamahe
sugandhim pushti vardanam
urvarukamiva bhandanam

OM has pervaded all the three worlds embracing which has caused abundant growth of comfort the result of which is attachment and thus has the perishable overshadowed the imperishable. READ HERE



The Upanishads have been translated by a number of people who preach about God and religion. They tend to work translations of the Upanishads into saying what they want for marketing. The translations have been adapted to reflect their own understanding of the world but more importantly adapted to talk about God, religion, kindness, Seva, helping and a lot of other concepts that promote them to exploit the nativity of gullible people. READ MORE

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