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Did India civilize Europe /

Did India civilize Europe /
DK Number:DK-173284
ISBN: 8190192523
Title: Did India civilize Europe /
Author: Paramesh Choudhury.
Imprint: Calcutta : P. Choudhury,
Physical Desc.: 334 p. ; 22 cm.
Year: 2007
Price: USD 45.30
Subject Strings: Science and civilization.
  Europe--Civilization--Indic influences.
More books by: Choudhury, Paramesh, 1945-
  More books on topic: Books on India
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This book makes a comprehensive study of India’s contribution towards development of the various disciplines of science and technology. It also investigates whether Europe learnt science, mathematics, astronomy, chemistry, rocket and missile technology, aeronautics, medicine, surgery and other branches of science, even agriculture and civilized ways of life from India. It argues that the West still learn from India Ayurveda, Vedic system of architecture, business management and environmental philosophy.


Title Contents
Chapter No.Chapter TitleChapter AuthorPage No.
I. Europe Learnt Science From India:
- Introduction13
- Astronomy20
- Metallurgy And Steel29
- Surgery36
- Vaccination And Inoculation45
- Chemistry51
Europe Learnt Mathematics From India:
- Introduction71
- Arithmetic75
- Algebra77
- Geometry79
- Trigonometry87
- A Modern Appraisal89
- Kinetics94
- Hindu Geometry in Pyramid Building95
Europe Learnt Medicine From India100
- Anatomy and Physiology103
Europe Learnt Physics From India104
Europe Learnt Technologies From India
- Rocket and Missile Technology109
- Star War In Indian Epics120
- A French Discovers Indian Spaceship in 1905125
- Did India Invent Aeroplane (An Archaeological Proof)134
Textiles and Shipbuilding147
- India, Mother of the West154
Main Points171
II. The West Still Learn From India:
- Sanskrit Study, a Must for Indian Science174
- Vedic Mathematics177
- The West Plunders Ayurveda185
- Vedic System of Business Management189
- Vedic System of Architecture192
- Quantum Leap to Vedic God200
- Only the Vedas can Offer an Environmental Philosophy226
- A Vedic Psychotherapy for The Ailing West251
Notes and References277
- Big Bang Theory in the Vedas291
- History of Ancient Hindu Medicine297
- Pre-Classical Sanskrit Manuscript on Ayurveda306
- Other Published Works of the Author33

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