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17 June 2014, 11:49 PM
mithra warna sakthi:
hi all i always wanted to spread the ancient hindu technologies.now i start with this.we all know that edison is the one who invented electricity,but we didn't know about who found the electricity before 10,000 years.many people believed that he lived more than 8000 years.he has been mentioned in ramyana.he was a great scientist.he explains about many technologies which will be found in future.here:

http://mysteriesexplored.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/imagescaop5wb6.jpg?w=594 (http://mysteriesexplored.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/imagescaop5wb6.jpg)Rao Saheb Krishnaji Vajhe had passed the engineering exam in 1891 from Pune. While looking for scriptures related to science, he found a few pages of the Agastya Samhita with Damodar Tryambak Joshi of Ujjain. These belonged to around Shaka Samvat 1550. Later on, after reading the said description in the pages of the Samhita, Dr.M.C.Sahastrabuddhe, the Head of the Sanskrit Department in Nagpur felt that the description was very similar to that of Daniel Cell. So he gave it to P.P. Hole, the Professor of Engineering at Nagpur, with a request to investigate. Agastya’s sources were as follows:

Sansthapya Mrinmaya Patre
Tamrapatram Susanskritam
Chhadyechhikhigriven Chardrarbhih
Dastaloshto Nidhatavyah
Sanyogajjayte Tejo
(Agastya Samhita)

“Take an earthen pot, place a copper sheet, and put the shikhigreeva in it. Then, smear it with wet sawdust, mercury and zinc. Then, if you join the wires, it will give rise to Mitravarunashakti.”

When Mr. Hole an his friend started preparing the apparatus on the basis of the above description, they could understand all the things except shikhigreeva. On checking the Sanskrit dictionary, they understood that it meant the neck of a peacock. So, he and his friend went to Maharaj Bagh and asked the chief when a peacock would die in his zoo. This angered the gentleman. Then they told him that they needed its neck for an experiment. The gentleman asked them to give in an application. Later, when during a conversation, they narrated this to an Ayurveda expert, he burst out laughing and said that here it did not mean the neck of a peacock, but a substance of that colour, that is copper sulphate. This solved the problem. Thus, a cell was formed and measured with a digital multimeter. It had an open circuit voltage of 1.38 volts and short circuit current of 23 milli amperes.

The information that the experiment was successful was conveyed to Dr.M.C. Sahastryabuddhe. This cell was exhibited on August 7, 1990 before the scholars of the fourth general meeting at the Swadeshi Vigyan Sanshodhan Sanstha, Nagpur. It was then realised that the description was of the electric cell. They investigated as to what the context was and it was realised that Sage Agastya had said many things before this.

Anen Jalbhangosti Prano Daneshu
Evam Shatanam
(Agastya Samhita)

He says that if we use the power of 100 earthen pots on water, then water will change its form into life-giving oxygen and floating hydrogen.

Vayubandhakvastren Nibaddho
Udanah Swalaghutve
(Agastya Samhita-Shilp Shastra)

If hydrogen is contained in an air tight cloth, it can be used in aerodynamics, i.e. it will fly in air.

(Shukra Niti)
A layer of polish of artificial gold or silver is called satkriti (good deed.)
Aachhadyati Tattamram Swarnen
Rajten Va
Suvarnliptam Tattamram
Shatkumbhmiti Smritam.
(Agastya Samhita)

In an iron vessel and in a strong acidic medium, gold or silver nitrate covers copper with a layer of gold or silver. The copper that is covered by gold is called shatakumbha or artificial gold.

Rao Saheb Vajhe, who spent his life in rummaging the Indian scientific scriptures, and discovering various experiments, gave different names to electricity on the basis of the Agastya Samhita and other scriptures and that electricity is created in different ways.

1. Lightningcreated by friction of silken cloth
2. Saudaminicreated from friction of gems.
3. Electricitycreated by clouds
4. Shatakumbhicreated by 100 cells or pots
5. Hridanistored or assimilated electricity
6. Ashaniborn of magnetic bar.

Agastya Samhita also contains an account of how electricity can be used for electroplating. He also discovered a way to polish gold, silver, and copper with a battery. Hence, Agastya is also called one who is `Battery Born’.
now say who is great.bharata forever.

18 June 2014, 11:45 AM
Namaste Sudharshan,

There are lot of similar information to prove that what we now call progress of science had actually existed and has been re-discovered again. Simply take BhagwadGita.... there is a quote of Boat wavering in water as an example of wavering mind. This shows Buoyancy and other floating principles were present.

The Bhramashtra is similar to a Nuke war head, but of lower technology level. Why ? Any such WMD [Weapons of Mass Destruction] need to have 2 systems, 1- Release of the weapon 2-Recall of the weapon.

In today's Nuke war heads, we only know RELEASE and we do not know hoe to RECALL. However if you look at the Bhramastra the RELEASE and RECALL technology existed. Of course only a few RISHIS knew the RECALL method, through which the Bharamstra was recalled.

A great nation, but lost heritage. I support your initiative to bring out these back to the world.