Sanskrit Science Exhibition
Sanskrit-Science Exhibition aims at highlighting the scientific wisdom preserved in the Sanskrit literature. As a part of this project, nearly 140 concepts on Ayurveda, Chemistry, Astronomy, Aeronautics, Geology, Physics, Botany, Mathematics, Meteorology, Metallurgy, Economics, Management, Gemmology and Acoustics have been prepared and exhibited in different places all over India .
Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi Ji, the Hon'ble Minister for Human Resources Development, Government of India inaugurated the exhibition on 29th April, 2000 on the occasion of the fifth convocation of the Vidyapeetha.
Support by UGC for the Exhibition
Dr. Hari Gautam, the then Chairman, UGC visited the Exhibition on the occasion of sixth convocation of the Vidyapeetha on 17th March, 2001 . Impressed by the Exhibition, the Chairman was pleased to announce the support of UGC for the Exhibition.
Recognising the significance of Sanskrit Science Exhibition, University Grants Commission has assigned the Vidyapeetha with the task of propagating the content of the Sanskrit - Science Exhibition in all Indian Universities.
Accordingly, the Exhibition has been organised in the universities like Hyderabad , Osmania, Rajasthan, Jai Narayana Vyas, Maharshi Dayanand, Sri Padmavathi, Sri Venkateswara etc. and such occasions like Indo-Nepal Sanskrit Conference, Platinum Jubilee of World Philosophical Conference, Technological Day, National Science Conference, National Seminar on Sanskrit and Science and etc. So far, exhibition has been organised in more than 14 universities and on many occasions of National importance.
Exhibition in Abroad
Having been invited by the International Centre of the Reoerichs, St. Petersburg , the Vidyapeetha has organised the exhibition and conducted a seminar on "Scientific heritage of India " in Russian science Academy St. Petersburg , Russia in the month of October-2004. Several distinguished Russian Scientists and scholars visited the exhibition and they have applauded this unique endeavour of the Vidyapeetha.