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The Civiliser of the World

Ravi Prakash Arya (Author)
Synopsis This book digs deep into the past of the world.  It is a collection of the findings of various scholars who tried to search the ancient world without any prejudice and preconceived notions or racial or colonial biases.  Presently, due to the false propaganda by the pseudo historians, the genuine and impartial authors have been neglected and so have gone into oblivion.  Such great authors are neither highlighted not referred to by the coming generations of authors.  This book is intended to bring into limelight the contribution of true researchers and discovers of the past of the world.  It is a matter of great concern and disappointment that today in the name of writing history of the past in a scientific manner, the traces of the past are being obliterated in a very systematic and scientific manner.  Satanic forces have always tried to darken the history of civilization.  Who can forget those dark events of the human history and civilization when Alexandrian library, libraries at Nalanda and Vikramshila universities and the library at Ujjain was set to fire….. The present book is an humble attempt to fight the above situation.  Indian Foundation for Vedic Science in association with like-minded organizations like international Vedic Vision in New York and International Foundation for Vedic Science in Canada has taken a lead in the direction of reconstruction of the obliterated past of the world.  The canvas of the world history needs to be enlarged with a vast corpus of historical literature that has been churned out from time to time by a wide variety of scholars, historians, researchers and research institutes and not with the help of excavated debris, fossils and skeletons.  History is neigher a story book to be fabricated on the heap of garbage nor a work of jigsaw fit done from the collection of some relics retained at Kabari’s shop.  History deals with the past of living human-beings and should preferably be written on the basis of records either written in the literary from or carried forward from generations to generations in the oral traditioin of ballads folk lores and folk songs.  The countries who do not have any historical literature or oral historical tradition, can construct their past with help of their reminisces retained in the historical records of other countries.
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About the author

Ravi Prakash Arya

Dr. Ravi Prakash Arya is World renowned Vedic Scholar, Philologist, and Historian. He is a prolific speaker and writer. He is widely travelled scholar who has delivered more than 150 popular and academic talks on various topics of Vedas, Indian History, Linguistics, Philosophy, Culture and Scientific Indian heritage in various countries of the world. He has delivered more than a dozen Radio and TV Talks in Bharata, Canada, USA, Trinidad, Surinam and British Guyana. He has participated in more than 50 National and International Conferences and Seminars in India and Abroad. He is doing a pioneering work for preserving and propagating the universal and scientific Vedic heritage of India under the auspices of Indian Foundation for Vedic science'. He has so far produced around 60 research papers and 27 books running into 36 volumes on the various aspects of Vedas, Indian History and Culture. He is also editing for the last seven years a quarterly Research Journal 'Vedic Science' dealing with the scientific interpretation of Vedas and Allied literature and ancient Indian traditions. This Journal is circulated around 30 countries of the world. He is also the editor of annual 'World Vedic Calendar' circulated around 10 countries of the world.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Civiliser of the World
Format Hardcover
Date published: 15.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8187710233
length viii+157p.
Subjects Reference