The Vedic tradition is not unique in its open approach to knowledge, but it is perhaps the deepest and oldest such system. Amongst other areas this book looks at the strengths and weaknesses of the approach presently adopted by modern science, especially in comparison to the book relates more to the universal factors of philosophy and cosmology. It forms the basis of the second part, which is an application of the first part at the level of the individual, and includes topics such as science, art, medicine and self-investigation.
About the Author(s)
Pavan Kanwar runs the Association of Vedic Sciences in Prague, Czech Republic, which offers a range of services including Ayurveda and Vedic Astrology. He was born in New Delhi, India, and has been examining the principles of Vedic philosophy and science since his early years. He also holds a degree in Mathematics and an MBA.