ABOUT VEDIC UNIVERSITY

It is the dream of Mānanīya Śrī Ashok Singhal ji, who sacrificed his life for Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Ram Janmabhumi and the nation, to establish a Vedic University because he was great admirer of Vedas. After his demise, Manya Shri Dinesh Chandra ji took up the task of materializing the ideas of late Shri Ashok Singhal ji after whose name the Vedic Research Institute has been established in 2022 under the sponsoring of Badri Bhagat Jhandewala Temple Society.
In this mission he is ably assisted by Manya Shri Kulbhushan Ahuja ji, Manya Shri Mahesh Bhagchandka ji, Manya Shri Venkat Koteshwar ji, and others. The Ashok Singhal Vedic Research Institute is functional since 21-05-2022 at Sector 56 in Gurugram.

VISION

Re-establish a peaceful and harmonious society by spreading the Vedic message to the whole world.

MISSION

Creating a common platform for the modern scientists, technologists, and traditional Vedic Pandits to generate a new and comprehensive stream of knowledge. Paving the way to re-establish Bharat as “Vishwa Guru”.

MANAGING COMMITTEE​

This Institution is funded by Badri Bhagat Jhandewalan Temple Society, Delhi. The activities of the Research Institute are governed by the Managing Committee:

1. SHRI DINESH CHANDRA

President

5. SHRI VENKAT KOTESHWAR RAO

(Executive Secretary & Treasurer)

2. SHRI KULBHUSHAN AHUJA

Member

6. PROF. B. K. KUTHIALA

Member

3. Shri Mahesh Bhagchandka

Member

7. Shri Ramesh Kumar Pandey

Member

4. Shri Devi Prasad Tripathi

Member

8. Shri Dinesh Shastri

Member

9. Shri Sudarsana Sarma

Member, Director & Secretary

AIMS & OBJECTIVES

Education along with character building. Oral transmission of Vedas and cognate literature with a touch of Vedic ambience for the students to help better learning. Teaching and learning process of science and technology (ancient + modern) Theoretical and applied research supported by publications, co-curricular and extra co-curricular.

DIRECTOR’S Message

Bhārat was at top level of “Viśvaguru” once upon by virtue of Vedic knowledge. Out of the 1131 branches of Veda we now have only 8 branches in the stream of teaching and learning. This shows the quantum of loss we suffer. This is the reason, for India’s dependence on foreign countries in several fields. We should once again become independent in all fields including Science and Technology. Philosophically, spiritually and culturally we are very strong. Utilizing that strength, we should endeavour to regain the status “Viśvaguru”.

Our endeavour starts with regaining and spreading the knowledge hidden in the available Vedic literature. Revival of Vedic knowledge alone can help us upgrade ourselves. At the same time, undoubtedly, the knowledge of modern science and technology is very much necessary. Suppose we have both! How wonderful it will be!

Ashok Singhal Vedic Research Institute is heading towards this goal.

Vedic Research

Prof. S. Sudarsana Sarma

DIRECTOR​

The Ashok Singhal Vedic Research institution

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