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Vastu for Vedic India

From February 20 – 22, 2015 the first International Conference to Re-establish Vedic India was held in New Delhi, India.

“In this year where the International Day of Yoga has been accepted by 177 nations of the world and been declared to be celebrated on the 21st June 2015 for great appreciation of Yoga from India, we see the world is ready to accept India‚Äôs great gifts.

 On this basis, the International Conference for Re-Establishing Vedic India, on February 20-22, creates a unique environment to proclaim the power of Veda and its scientific application in various aspects of life. Vedic Science and Technology can be applied to education, agriculture, construction; nearly every area of human concern could benefit greatly from the application of Veda.” (This is a quote from their website.)

In this context and in the presence of Indian political and spiritual leaders, scholars and saints, Dr. Eike Hartmann addresses the conference on the subject of Vedic Architecture: Vastu Viday of Sthapatya Veda. Dr. Hartmann has been working closely with His Holiness Maharishi Mahesh Yogi who has revived this timeless science and technology of building in harmony with natural law and was appointed as chief administrator in the field of architecture of Maharishi’s world wide organization, the Global Country of World Peace.

Dr. Hartmann presents not only profound principles of  Vastu Architecture, but also Maharishi’s vision and master plan for India in terms of construction projects and Vedic country and city planning.

Hartmann and Shankaracharya

Dr. Eike Hartmann (back row third from right) with Swami Vasudevananda Saraswati Maharaj, Shankaracharya of Jyotir Math (in front of him), and Dr. Tony Nader, Maharaja Adhiraj Raja Raam (two to the left of him)

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