Volume 3: Wisdom of Vedas and Follies of Science A Treatise on Vedic Thermodynamics.

Moving Towards The End of Energy Crisis
Why to Live with Less Energy?
Exploring Philosophical, Astronomical and Cosmological Foundations of Perpetual Motion in Vedas
Basic Fundamentals of Perpetual Motion
The Suppression of Inventor and Crucifixion of Perpetual Motion
The Mystery of Dynamic Universe:
Truth of Perpetual Motion and Limitations of Science, Exploring Ancient Wisdom
Flaws, Fallacies and Follies in Name of Science, Where Science Went Wrong?
The Story of Mans Hunt For Free Motive Power and Energy Perpetual Motion Retold
Perpetual Motion Retold From Discovery to Innovation. Part II
Councilor Orffyreus. Forgotten Inventor of Perpetual Motion
The Law of Conservation Of Energy A Long Stride on a Wrong Path Part I
The Law of Conservation Of Energy: A Long Stride on a Wrong Path, Part II
Free Energy Revolution, A Brief History of Free Energy
A Treatise on Design of Gravity Perpetual Motion
Energy From Nothing Perpetual Motion Bridges Science Technology and Religion
How Did It Happen? A Brief Story of My Journey of Perpetual Motion
The Loud Cry of A Perpetual Motionist. Is He a Crackpot or genius?
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Full Title Volume 3:

 “Wisdom of Vedas and Follies of Science” A Treatise on Vedic Thermodynamics. Exploring Philosophical, Astronomical and Cosmological Foundations of Perpetual Motion in Vedas

Volume 3

Lenght of Volume 3: 700 pages



The scientific and intellectual contents of Vedic literature have attracted the attention of some of the world’s finest scientific minds such as Erwin Schrödinger, Robert Oppenheimer and Albert Einstein. On the other hand, they have also attracted the attention of some of the free energy enthusiasts like Nicola Tesla, in past and  Paramhansa Tiwari and Dr Ramesh Menaria in present time.


Many reverend scholars in the past have commented on the hymns of Rg Veda for the benefit of the mankind. Sublime hymns of Rg Veda cover a wide field of knowledge, such as cosmology, astronomy, physical sciences, biological sciences, social sciences, political science, art and culture, ethics and above all complete Science of Energy Creation.


The thinking patterns of rare inventors of perpetual motion in the past, present day seekers of free energy as well as their search for the ultimate source of energy have been challenging validity of law of conservation of energy for a long time. In many cases, knowledge based on empirical data is significant to shatter law of conservation of energy. On the other hand, blending the material and spiritual into a synergistic whole, with its holistic approach Vedic science which stands contrary to thermodynamics has grown tremendously in recent past by efforts of Deva Ramananda. This volume will be of immense help to the  modern scholars who are eager to understand both material and spiritual knowledge, especially, about perpetual motion on a scientific basis.


ZERO (Zero Energy Research Organization) foresaw the need for presenting the “ Vedic Energy Science” in the light of Vedic knowledge to inspire people to build perpetual motion machine to eliminate energy crisis and thus, correct blunders prevalent in the theories, laws, and structure of science, especially laws of thermodynamics which constitutes the foundation of science. For this purpose Deva Ramananda founded Zero and ordered his dear disciple and son Dr Ramesh Menaria to become its honorary director. He left many instructions to Dr. Menaria and one such instruction was to present scientific commentary on Rg Veda. Dr. Menaria humbly submitted to his Divine Master that he was a lecturer in chemistry and totally unqualified to undertake such a Himalayan task. However, Deva Ramananda insisted, “You should not worry, I will guide you in every sutra, you have to present them in its original essence to correct errors in science. Lord Rama will show you how to do it.”


Dr Ramesh Menaria received his Ph.D. in Inorganic chemistry from the Sukhadia Univerity, Udaipur. He also undertook the scientific study of Rg Veda under the guidance of His Divine Grace Deva Ramananda. Having been scientifically and spiritually trained in science, and Vedantic tradition, following model of Rg Vedic inventors Rbhus, Dr Ramesh Menaria has been engaged in advancing dialogue between religion and science by demonstrating truth of perpetual motion and falsity of law of conservation of energy, for last ten years. The volume explores the philosophical, scientific, cosmological and astronomical foundations of perpetual motion and leads to develop a worldview which would enable the reader to approach the rest of volumes of EEC series with the mental attitude of author.


His Divine Grace Deva Ramananda knew well the fact that world was not ripe for the reception of perpetual motion ideas so he kept silent and unknown, never published what he knew, and rarely even spoke of it, until Dr. Menaria persuaded Deva Ramananda to publish his vast literature and doctrine of perpetual motion found in his unpublished manuscripts, letters and personal diaries.


We hold and strongly believe that the revival of perpetual motion now in progress will very soon demonstrate that the Western science represents very narrow range of perception, but knowledge about perpetual motion which Vedic sages and His Divine Grace Deva Ramananda has expounded in this volume has yet to be attained by western system of thought.


Deva Ramananda states: “Beauty, harmony, symmetry, synergy and balance are fundamentally connected to the design of perpetual motion (over-balancing wheel), therefore, world that is great in perpetual motion makes me to accept a worldview based on perpetual motion.” The analysis of perpetual motion in the concepts discussed in this volume was made by Dr. Ramessh Menaria many years ago on the basis of his investigations into the Vedas.  We are hopeful that EEC series penned by Dr Ramesh Menaria, a well known scholar in perpetual motion will be a source of immense inspiration to the readers towards the realization of truth and elimination of present day energy crisis.


Deva Publishers. 




Let us chant Vedic holy hymns

Of Aditi, Indragni, Agni and Indra

Savitri, Usha, Pushan and Ashwins

Varuna, Marut, Mitra and Aditya


All thee divinities of nature

powers of nature defied into god

They guide our past, present and future

Du, shining space is their abode


We worship thee deities forever 

May reveal us secret of perpetual motion

Bestow divine grace, don’t move thither

We pray thee forever with all passion


Let us meditate and break the Vedic code

Discern, how gods augment their power

Learn how gorgeous gods operate

govern the gigantic  majestic order


OAgni wise dispersing ambassador

O Indra efficient gravity and Inertia actuator

O Ashwins, fastest light charioteer

O Surya, perpetual illuminator


Though thee one in essence

Seen by senses diverse in nature

Due to limited perception of sense

I fail to see mystery of space time curvature


Universe, One in essence alike

A Continuum of particle and energy

A Divine expression of Potential and kinetic

Order and disorder, their symmetry and synergy


Unified Universe is perpetual melody

Of expansion and contraction

Of Harmony and disharmony

Of rest and motion


Of particle, wave and frequency

Of Cause and effect

Of Contradictory and complementary

Of the whole and part


Of matter and radiation

Of life and death, dark and light

Of rest, Rhythm and pulsation

Of Finite and infinite


Of the content and the form.

Of matter, mind and consciousness

Of constraint and freedom

Universe Unified one in essence


Of the inner (inherent) and outer,

Of Plasma, gas, liquid and solid

Of Various forms of energy and matter

Of Dense and rare, hot and cold


Of balance and imbalance,

Of rational and emotional,

Of essence and appearance,

Of general and individual,


Of Physis, psche and sense

Of Gravity and inertia

They are unified, one in essence

Make no mistake in arcane area


The logical and sensory,

Objective and subjective, Dry and wet,

Relative and absolute are complementary

Simple and Abstruse, abstract and concrete


Behold Nature, its Unity and diversity

One essence set in perpetual motion

Move forever by its divinity

Create universe out of nothing by volition


Behold perpetual motion wheel of nature

Cyclical Creation, conservation and dissolution

All intelligent designs bear His signature

I see god everywhere, hardly need a mention



Extracts from Preface


The inquisitive human mind naturally yearns to understand the universe and man’s place within it. The powers of nature have haunted human imagination since time immemorial. Talented men in every land and civilization have tried to understand mystery of natural forces, adopt and use them for welfare of mankind. In order to reveal the secrets of nature, Vedic seers also studied nature; they communed with nature and meditated on it.  During moments of intense meditation, in a heightened state of consciousness, various truths about - how ‘creation’ came into existence and how the nature and its different forces work in harmony with each other- flashed in their minds that inspired them to compose hymns of Rg Veda for the material and spiritual benefits of coming generations.  It was during such privileged moments that the questions regarding the nature of universe, purpose of life and God were answered. Einstein also believed that such transcendence is necessary in order to know the ultimate reality. It is evident from his statement that he made near end of his life in an interview with Life Magazine: “ the mind can proceed only so far upon what it knows and can prove. There comes a point where the mind takes a higher plane of knowledge, but can never prove how it got there. All great discoveries have involved such a leap.”  By digging deep into the nature that veils across the matter as well as consciousness, Vedic Rhisis sought to discover the laws of matter, motion, space and time.  These discoveries were then wrapped in the form of hymns that became the essential part of the Vedas, the much true meanings of which lay buries deep in Vedic symbolism. The Vedic religion is known to us through these hymns brought together in collections in Vedas containing myth, symbols, intellectual expression, religious beliefs and practices of the Aryan peoples. Vedas, rich in myth and rituals involving gods, sacrifice and heroic deeds, attempt to explain working of world by personification of natural forces into different gods, then, by understanding their attributes, activities, functions and interrelationships they present us a harmonious worldview. Later, Vedic religion tends towards monotheism and eventually, develops through a series of textual reinterpretations through such works as the Upanishads and six systems of philosophy. Vedas constitutes original sources of our knowledge about every aspect: religion, philosophy, cosmology, astronomy, and medicine. If Rhisis were not to reveal knowledge for our instruction, it would become useless.  By revealing knowledge in the shape of the Vedas for the instructional purposes, they only rendered it useful for others. For centuries these hymns were passed on by word of mouth, generation to generation, in a tradition of largely the ritualistic knowledge.  It is unfortunate that the original meaning of many hymns has been lost to human understanding due to the blurring caused by the passage of time, and the confusion caused by numerous attempts to clarify it.


Science has erroneously rejected perpetual motion as a ridiculous and impossible chimera of the ignorant, but it was a very active part of all Vedic philosophy and has found ample expression in Vedic literature. Vedas are a way of life which combines philosophy, science and religion. They cover a very wide field, and require a great deal of study and investigation. In attempts to understand the mystery of natural forces, their laws governing the cosmos, energy and its behavior, though science has made significant progress, it appears that science is still operating on the surface as it has failed to find definite answers to the ultimate questions of life and existence, it has failed to provide solutions to many most crucial problems of life like energy crisis.  Much of the knowledge contained in Vedic hymns still need to be explored; if this can be achieved, then, science is sure to progress by leaps and bounds. . Especially, science of perpetual motion still remains a mystery to most of us. Vedic gods are endowed with knowledge and power of perpetual motion. They have capability to perpetually augment their power. They use perpetual motion driven vehicles that were built by Rbhus – the Vedic inventors. These facts suggest that science and technology of perpetual motion was well known to Vedic Rsis. In addition, descriptions of Swastika and Dirghatamas’ perpetual motion wheels in the form of archaic texts suggest that perpetual motion was a secret science that has been lost in mist of time. Dirghatamas’ description of perpetual motion wheels run parallel to the description of the Sun and solar system that suggests that he conceived picture of the world based on perpetual motion incorporating cyclical processes running in the universe. Rg Veda mentions some unexplained phenomena which until now, had been regarded as legends, they need to be investigated in the light of new knowledge of perpetual motion. So far scores of book have appeared on the subject of ‘Vedas and Sciences’ that attempt to clarify hidden meaning of hymns and attempt to explain various sciences contained in them.  Vedic descriptions sometimes agree, but often disagree with the modern theories of science, and offer knowledge that science has yet to learn. In Vedas, we have many revelations, especially, about properties of natural forces and their laws that clearly contradict many accepted scientific principles. But authors have tried to substantiate religious beliefs by resemblance with prevailing scientific principles which is dangerous approach. The general tendency of the authors that can observed in writings of their books is that they have tried to prove truths of Vedas by drawing parallels between knowledge of Vedas and principles of science that they have chosen to agree with each other but under the influence of reining laws of science, they often leave out the knowledge that is in disagreement with science. Moreover, it is always after the fact that these semblances are found. It has never been found before the scientific discovery. Looking to the fact that science is in a state of flux, its laws and theories are subject to revision in the light of discovery of new facts, any attempt to prove Vedas by drawing parallels with reining laws and theories of science is a dangerous attempt that also raises the question on the very integrity of the authors and about their own faith in the eternal truths of Vedas. If the faith is really strong in the   mind of these authors, then searching out and announcing the supposed similarities between revelations and science is not needed to strengthen the faith. A strong faith does not and should not require a support from science, public affirmation or sanction. It is ironical that these zealous authors misguided by popularity and influence of science need to reinforce their faith in Vedas by searching similarities with scientific principles.  Big Bang is already under fire. What if a better scientific theory than Big Bang is found tomorrow? Should the verses be changed to have room for the new scientific view? There are always implicit dangers involved in this wrong approach.  First, as I said before the results of science are of their very nature provisional—and in cosmology even more so than in other physical disciplines because of the high degree of speculation and extrapolation always present in cosmological theories. Contrary to this approach, the present work based on concrete facts is an exception in this regard as it attempts to largely explore an alternative science in Vedas that challenge some of the reining great laws and theories of science and expose their falsity in the light of eternal knowledge of Vedas and newly discovered facts of nature like perpetual motion which is in agreement with Vedas. I have shown that the verses of Vedas throw ample light on many unanswered questions in science about the basic understanding of the universe. This approach will silent those skeptics who generally argue that Vedic scholars fail to discover any thing new or different than what science has already discovered,   it is only after the discovery of those facts by science that Vedic scholars are initiated into a enquiry to find out scientific  meaning in Vedas.


Rg Veda is basically sublime poetry on the grand display of Nature that portrays a large number of powers of nature personified into gods by Vedic Rhisis. In the present book, an attempt has been made to show that dynamics of Vedic system of gods is parallel to the system of natural forces that constitutes and governs the cosmology of the universe.  Some gods are fundamental and superior to others. Understanding of Vedas and its gods which are basically personification of natural forces definitely requires some preparations and qualifications by the student of Vedas.  One popular belief is that one can understand  and approach these gods only by adopting spiritual methods or through the “proper channels”, through an intermediary, who alone has the connections or qualifications necessary for direct access; who alone knows the ways of the gods. Performances of Yagna by priests on various religious occasions and worship of yantras under the guidance of a guru in Indian tradition is testimony to this fact. However, notwithstanding the impression conveyed by this popular belief, I believe that from the plain characteristics of God’s, their attributes, personalities, activities and interrelationship as portrayed in Vedic hymns, we can get valuable insights and knowledge about the basic nature of natural forces, how do they develop cosmos, how do they work in harmony to create perpetual motion and what are the laws of perpetual motion propelling the universe. From the study of Vedic hymns we can also learn which force is most suitable for performing  our mechanical works and what are the principal tenets of  the ‘creation science’ from a mechanical point of view so that those principles  can be translated into various kinds of the real inventions for the progress of technology. While studying Vedic hymns, intelligent reader has  no difficulty in understanding the basic characteristics of natural forces and thereby  general aspects of perpetual motion because verses  especially related to personality of gods are composed in a more or less  plain language which retains objectivity through ‘arrested personification’ of natural forces.  However, the deeper aspects of the knowledge are supplied in coded form as it was thought by Vedic seers that such knowledge might be misused by profane. Undoubtedly, perpetual motion is one of the top secrets of nature, the knowledge of which enables us to create ‘something from nothing’ thus violating the law of conservation of energy, most incredible if not seen. Science that erroneously rejects perpetual motion and glorifies law of conservation of energy has yet to recognize the truth of perpetual motion. In addition to plain hymns, in Rg Veda we have numerous hymns and verses about the secrets of perpetual motion composed in an unusual language decoding of which will quickly help provide a look into the deeper levels of wisdom and eventually, impart us understanding of the science of perpetual motion; such verses are available, especially in the astronomical and cosmological hymns of Vedas composed by Dirghatamas. The Vedic hymns reveal a great wealth of knowledge with precise explanations of perpetual motion that can powerfully guide the scientific progress of the energy and power engineering in the present times of energy crisis. It should be noted that the verses of Dirghatamas dealing with his Celestial perpetual motion wheels are not easy to follow as the symbols of the Vedic period were very different from the familiar symbols of technology and communication that dominate the modern world. Any effort to benefit from these ancient guides requires the reader to make a determined step into the symbolisms of a time vastly different from today.


Vedas also have many additional resources for our material and spiritual development but purposely, I have not gone deep into the spiritual aspects of Vedas as main aim of the present book is to reveal much forgotten science of perpetual motion in Vedas that guides us to build perpetual motion machines capable of doing mechanical work without continual inputs and loss of any force in the universe. Ordered and ceaseless motion of planets around the Sun in universe as sung by the Dirghatamas in his Asya Vamasaya hymn containing 52 verses is enough proof of existence of perpetual motion. From the  understanding of these verses one can move  to the understanding of accurate laws of celestial mechanics and the design of the solar system which in turn guides one to construct a much sought after gravity perpetual motion machine which is also popularly called as over-balancing wheel.    For those who have been baffled with construction of perpetual motion, breaking the codes of Orffyreus and concluded in ignorance that perpetual motion is impossible or lost hope to obtain perpetual motion should read perpetual motion in Vedas. It will inspire them to carry out their mission with a new rigor, it will make one realize why hymns of Rig Veda are distilled truths that has withstood the rigors of time and epoch, and after all that which is and is truth cannot be subject or object of human thought that fluctuates temporally or spatially.


Now, with this work, one of the first to ever elaborate on the Vedic version of the perpetual motion and universal ‘Science of Creation’, we can get an understanding of how this universe appears and grows, how natural forces keep the universe in a state of perpetual motion, what is its real purpose, what is the ultimate worldview provided by Vedas and how does it differ from the worldview that emerge from the fundamental principle and theories of science that are in big error on energy and perpetual motion.  The present work is the first volume of an extensive project by me in order to provide an exhaustive understanding of ‘Energy Creation’ in Vedas and the various aspects of perpetual motion. To the best of my abilities, I have tried to represent authentically the Rg Vedic thoughts and insights in dealing with numerous questions regarding perpetual motion, its origin and foundations. The book attempts to discuss not only the issues concerning the perpetual motion in Vedas, but also makes a conscious effort to relate those insights to the contemporary age and its ethos, especially, the energy crisis which I consider, is largely due to our own ignorance about the creative nature of natural forces and their working and our over reliance on the laws of thermodynamics which erroneously rejects creation of free energy by perpetual motion. I have attempted to introduce the readers to the teachings of Vedas on these various topics of perpetual motion. 

I owe a debt of gratitude to His Divine Grace Deva Ramananda for his help in showing me the origins and foundations of perpetual motion in Vedas. While writing this book, I have largely borrowed from his works and can’t thank him enough for providing me guidance for understanding the perpetual motion and its profundity in Vedic thought. He was convinced that more lay beneath these ancient allegorical hymns that need to be explored to correct science and its fundamental laws. It is a great matter of delight for me to announce that with the light of his strenuous ‘Sadhana’ he has been able to decode some of the rare codes pertaining to the nature of heat, force of gravity and electro-magnetism, the practical knowledge of which can revolutionize and transform the world. Ramananda has left great works that needs to be published for the service of humanity. His ‘Secret Doctrine of Perpetual Motion in Vedas’ if it can be called, presents not only all the major points of perpetual motion philosophy but also its practice in a clear way. Very often, I consulted him before writing various chapter of the present book in which readers will also find an explanation of what the Vedas are, how they were compiled, and how they have influenced and shaped my perpetual thoughts for many years.


Many have been perplexed by the symbolism of Vedas when they read past commentaries or translations. No one has been able to reveal the science of perpetual motion hidden in Vedas in a systematic manner. Ramananda breaks new ground in interpreting the perpetual motion in ancient Vedas and showing falsity of law of conservation of energy and broadly the classical thermodynamics. His anti thermodynamics, a consequence of his deeper insights into perpetual motion, developed  from my own efforts to build perpetual motion machines and moreover, from the difficulties that I encountered in my quest  of perpetual motion over the years. Ever since I engaged in building a perpetual motion machine, besides Orffyreus, he has been my sole guide, friend, philosopher and master. I recall, once, he rightly suggested me to start building a gravity perpetual motion machine with basic design of a Swastika shown here in figure. Considering the mystical nature of the hymns in Vedas, his observations on the subject of perpetual motion show him to have possessed a great scientific and analytical mind. He found vivid allegorical descriptions in the Vedas, the proper understanding of which provide a right path to the understanding and construction of perpetual motion. Of all those who wrote or thought extensively on the subject of Vedas and science, I regard what he had to say as being the most noteworthy of reproduction. The book contains the hidden meaning of the hymns in Rig Veda revealed by him to which numerous translations and commentary have also been added. With a clear sense brought by this, an attempt has been made to construct a mechanical view of the world based on perpetual motion which is in flagrant contradiction with thermodynamics. With guidance from Ramananda, I have tried to explain the complexities of the infinite and incomprehensible subject in easy and attractive words. My gratitude to Ramananda is deepened by the circumstance that I owe to him my first interest in philosophical studies. I should be proud to think that he may recognize in these pages some trace of his own influence, as well as of that of his master, Swami Ram Dulare who explored heights of Himalayas on his bicycle.


Isn’t perpetual motion one of the greatest secrets of nature? Indeed, it is, because in search of perpetual motion thousands of inventors have devoted their time and energy; and thousands of designs have been suggested. Unfortunately, science has nothing useful to offer on perpetual motion that can inspire inventors to design a real perpetual motion machine. Perpetual motion is a noble idea and an old problem but abandoned and buried by ignorant scientists. By establishing stringent laws against it, They have put every hurdle in realization of the truth, but in spite of resistance from science, perpetual motion still thrives today. The idea of perpetual motion is ages old but the quest has been fresh and attractive forever, and year after year in fresh succession it continues to appeal enthusiastic inventors, as it is evident from the records of the patent offices all over the world. Albert Einstein once said: “To raise new questions, new possibilities, to regard old problems from a new angle, requires creative imagination and marks real advance in science.”  If you want to understand such things as: the science of the perpetual motion,  the characteristics of natural forces that constitutes it, their interrelationship and relation to man; their modes of propagation,  the scientific evidence that indicates existence of perpetual motion in universe, how to know which is the most suitable force to obtain perpetual motion, how to turn natural forces conducive to yourself to attain the highest happiness and freedom from the cause of suffering; the real unity between the natural forces; progressive evolution of natural forces and where you are really going in life, Ramananda’s work on Vedic perpetual motion reproduced  in this book presents a correct interpretation of the Veda that  moves far away from the colonial discourse of the 19th century European scholars of the Vedas. To miss reading Ramananda on perpetual motion is just to miss the bliss of life.


To sum up, the book attempts to explore physical principles of force, energy and motion in Vedas and to compare Vedic science of heat (Vedic thermodynamics) with classical thermodynamics with special emphasis on principle of perpetual motion. The main purpose of my work is to offer simple yet accurate ways and explanations to comprehend the lofty insights found in Vedic hymns about the true physical laws of nature, that constitutes the foundations of cosmology and astronomy in Vedas which in turn are based on the laws of perpetual motion, knowledge of which has much to offer humanity by solving the problem of perpetual motion. So far my intention seems to be working. As time goes on, more and more evidence will accumulate to show the truth of perpetual motion. As the evidence mounts, the old theories will slip away and anyone still clinging to laws such as law of conservation of energy will only look foolish. It is taking some time to reveal this truth, but out of all the cultures of the world, it is Veda that has best withstood the tests of time and remains the oldest doctrines in the world that can be relied. Now is the time for those of us connected with, or who appreciate Vedas to gear up research, reveal the true and advanced theories, which are already there in Vedas   before the credits of its wonders are attempted to be taken by outsiders.


Last but not least, scientific progress lacking spirituality is like body without soul – the form of science we see today which has basis in Greek materialistic philosophy. It leads to a society with all the attributes of self-destruction: greed, self-centeredness, narrow-mindedness and blown up egos. Today we have lost freedom and become slaves of the gadgets and scientific infrastructure we have erected for our service at soaring cost. What humanity needs is a humane and progressive culture on earth, where spiritualism and scientific development go hand in hand i.e. a culture based on the principles of perpetual motion, harmony and synergy, and with a desire to grow,  and  to move forward just from nothing. Do we have any precedence for such a culture, such a society? That’s where Vedic philosophy of energy and perpetual motion   comes into picture. I hope Perpetual motion should tend to bring about a reaction in favor of a system of philosophy which will link both Spirit and matter, and demonstrate the essential unity of the scientific and religious idea. The two are at present somewhat divorced, and we are only just beginning to grope our intellectual way out of the depths of a materialistic interpretation.  It is, indeed, the conviction of the author that with rediscovery of perpetual motion, the present hour is the fullest of hope for humanity which the world has cherished for long ages. Not the least element of that hope is the prospect of a union between the science and religion for the uplifting of mankind. For these two, in their highest expressions, are not estranged when bridged by perpetual motion. With rediscovery of perpetual motion, religion and science will approach each other at a faster rate than before; and finally, their union is the dawn of a better age.


Ramesh Menaria

Derashree Shiksak Sadan,

Rajasthan University Campus

Jaipur, India




i        Foreword  

ii       Preface      

iii      Acknowledgements     







          3.0 The Age of Vedas  

          3.1 Veda and its Frameworks        

          3.2 The Number of Vedas and their  Meaning 

          33 Pandit Madhu Sudan Ojha

          “Human Store House of Vedic Knowledge”   

          3.4 Arrangement of Rg Veda

          3.5 Hymns of Rg Veda

          3.6 Metre  



          4.1 Osho Rajneesh on Science and

          Aristotelian Logic       

          4.2 Limitations of Scientific Method     

          4.3 What is to be done?





        Source of Avidya (Material Science)

        and Vidya (Spiritual Science)


         5.1 What’s There in Rg Veda: The Book of   Nature         





          Natural Forces Spoke to Rhsis      

          7.1 Peculiarities of Personification        

          7.2 Original Nature of Forces is Supreme       

          7.3 Henotheism 





Understanding the Mystery of Nature     

          9.1 Rise Of Nature      

          9.2 Understanding the Flux In Nature    

          9.3 Cyclic Creation and Dissolution      

          9.4 Vastness of Invisible Nature    




   10.1 The Birth of Gods Classification of       Gods        

          10.2 Classification of Gods 

          10.3 Natural forces in state of

          Perpetual Motion        

          10.4 Undecaying Powers of God  

          10.5 Ever-Increasing Power of Gods     

  10.6 Harmony and Synergy among Gods    (Devas)

          10.7 Principle of Harmony   

          10.8 Harmony of Opposites 

          10.9 Mitravaruna



       (NATURAL FORCES)         


          11.1 The Survival of Fittest 

          11.2 Transformation of Rbhus      

          11.3 Nature and Different forms of   Agni       

          11.4 Science of Yoga  

          11.5 Devolution of Gods (Natural Forces)     



           Gravity: Understanding Indra

 12.1 Isn’t Vedic God ‘Indra’ and his     Attributes,   Personification of Natural Force We Call Gravity 

12.2 Basic Nature of Gravity In Rg Veda

12.3 Explaining Earthquakes

12.4 Gravity as a Material and Mechanical  Force

12.5  His Intelligent and Spiritual Nature        

         12.6  Bi-Fold Nature of Gravity   

         12.7  Birth of Gravity (Indra) and Making of   World 

          12.8 Relationship between Work and Force    

          12.9 Acceleration due to Gravity  

          12.10   Power of Gravity is Inexhaustible       

          12.11 Gravity Cannot Be Shielded

  12.12  Bending of Sun Light under the Influence of Indra (Gravity)    

  12.13  Folding and Unfolding of World by  Gravity 

          12.14  Plurality of Worlds: Multiverse  

          12. 15 Different Forms of Gravity

          12.16  Learning the Secrets of Gravity   

          12.17  Indra Jal : Net of Gravity    

          12.18   Medical and Biological Implications of Gravity in Vedas        

          12.19  Gravity and Ageing   



          13.1 Surya and Indra i.e. (Sun and Gravity)     

          13.2 Working of the Sun

          13.3 Conclusions about Gravity    




          14.1 Introduction

          14.2 Feats of Ashwins in Medical Sciences:     

  14.3  Feats of Ashwins in Transportation

and War     

          14.4 Ashwins as Personification of

Electro-magnetic Force        

          14.5 Ashwins as Twin Particles     

  14.6 Ashwins (Electromagnetic Force) as the

Fastest Moving God (Natural Force       

  14.7 Ashwins and Velocity of Electromagnetic Radiation 

          14.8 Ashwins and their Feats in Agriculture    




Exploring Physical Principles Of Force, Energy And Motion In Vedas and Comparison Of Vedic Science Of Heat With Classical Thermodynamics

With Special Emphasis On Principle Of Perpetual Motion



“An Alternative Thermodynamics in Studies of Hymns of Rg Veda”

          16.1 Introduction        

          16.2 Nature of Heat (Agni)  

          16.3 Relationship between Heat and Work      

          16.4 The Principle of the Least Action   

          16.5Agni (Energy) is One    




          17.1 Mystery of Energy (Agni)      

          17.2 The Question of Ultimate Reality  

          17.3 Vedic Worldview

          17.4 Conclusions onThermodynamics: Law of Conservation Of Energy Is Long Stride on Wrong Path  



Perpetual Motion in “Hymns of Creation of Rg Veda”      


18.1 Introduction        

          18.2 Purusa Sukta       

          18.3 Hiranyagarbha (The Golden Embryyo)    

          18.4 Nasadiya Sukta   

  18.5 Breathing without Air: A kind of Great Tapah  

          18.6 The Myth of Big Bang 

          18.7 Quotes in Praise of Nasadiya Sukta         

          18.8 Aditi (RV 10-72)

          18.9 Visvakarman : The Architect of Gods      

          18.10 Conclusion



          19.1 Introduction        

          19.2 AV XIX, 54: Prayer to Kala (Time)

          19.3 Brahma’s Life Cycle    

          19.4 Duration of Brahma’s day     

          19.5 Maha Yuga 

          19.6 Present Manvantara      

          19.7 The ‘Wheel of Time in West  

          19.8 Pythagoras’ Wheel        

          19.9 Concept of Infinity       




          20.1 Origins of Astronomy in Veda        

  20.2 Basic Astronomy Derived from ‘Perpetual Motion Celestial Wheels’of Dirghatamas as Described in his Asya Vamasya Hymn of RgVeda        

          20.2 Introduction        

          20.3 Understanding the Hymn       




          Texts and Translation of Some of Verses

          21.1 Trinabhi : (Three Axled World )      

          21.2 The Celestial Bodies as Wheels      

          21.3 The Celestial Bodies Make Full Circles  

          21.4 The Celestial Bodies Lie Behind    

          One Another       

  21.5 The Spherical Shape of the Earth and the End of the World

          21.6 Why the Earth does not fall? 

          21.7 The Mystery of the Seventh Unborn         

          21.8 Dirghatamas’ Celestial Time Wheel         

          21.9 Twelve Zodiacs   

          21.10 Energy or Force is One       

          21.11 Conclusion        




22.1 Introduction        

          22.2 Dirghatamas’ Birth       

  22.3 Dirghatamas’ Struggle to Construct Perpetual Motion Wheel     

          22.4 Tripartite World and Three -Fold Nature of Energy   

          22.5 The Three Kinds of Creation 




23,1 Introduction        

          23.2 Intercalary Month (Adhikmasa)      

          23.3 Twenty-Seven Baharateeya Nakshatra's   

          23.4 Astronomy in Brahmanic Literature        

          23.5 Vedanga Jyotisa  

          23.6 Precession 

          23.7 The Speed of Light       




          24.1 Introduction

          24.2  Katapayadi Numbers   

          24.3 The Diameter of the Earth     

          24.4 The Velocity of Earth   

          24.5 Value of Acceleration due to Gravity g   

          24.6 Total Area of the Celestial Sphere  

          24.7 Bohr Diameter of the Hydrogen Atom    

          24.8 The Diameter of the Proton  

          24.9 Mass of Proton   




          25.1 Vedic Arts  

          25.2 Evolution of Concept of Arts in Vedas    

          25.3 Rbhus and Tvasta

          25.4 Viswakarma        

          25.5 Purusa        

          25.6 The Sixteen Arts of Gods      

          25.7 Three Splendours and Sixteen Arts

          25.8 Architecture        




          26.1 Introduction

          26.2 Arts of Agriculture        

          26.3 Military Arts        

          26.4 Arts of Music and Dance       

          26.5 Art of Weaving    




          27.1 Introduction

          27.2 Aerial Vehicles in Rg Veda    

          27.3Ashwins Flying Chariots        

          27.4 Rbhu’s Self-Moving Chariots         




          28.1 Introduction        

  28.2 “One Can Get Salvation by Practice of Mechanical Arts”– Says Vedic Rhisi 

          28.3 Philosophy of Action, Devotion and Salvation 




          29.1 Introduction

          29.2 Various meanings of Yagna   

          29.3 The Geometry of Altar 

          29.4 Science of Yagna 

          29.5 Science of Yagna and Rain    

          29.6 Science of Sound and Chanting of Sanskrit Mantras 

          29.7 Results of Some Recent Experiments      



          30.1 Introduction

          30.2 Western View of Nature         

          30.3 Vedic Philosophy Vs Greek Philosophy  




          31.1 Introduction        

          31.2 Recontruction Of Orffyreu’s Wheel        

          31.3 Deva Ramananda on Orffyreus       

          31.4 Vital Data Regarding Working Mechanism       

          31.5 How Does Rg Veda help us to invent a Gravity Perpetual Motion Machine?

          Relationship between Structure and Expression       

          31.6 The Structure of Axle            

          31.7 Yoking the Spheres and Structure of Crossbar  

          31.8 Swastika Based Perpetual Motion


          31.9 Some Important Hymns on the Nature of Gravity      

          31.10 A Hydraulic Perpetual Motion Machine (RV 10- 101)     

          31.11Discovery of the Language of

Natural forces    

          31.12 UFO and Artificial Sun       


32.              Notes and References  

33.              Appendices         

34.              EEC series of Books   

35.              Author’s Introduction 

Basic Fundamentals of Perpetual Motion

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