Venue of the workshop on "Rashtra in Vedas"
  • Vedic Workshop

    Theme: Rashtra in Vedas

    Dates: 27th January 2007 (Saturday) to 28th January 2007 (Sunday)

    The whole life is a celebration with all its various colorful dimensions and with the core truth, which lies as the foundational reality of all its dimensions. Vedas, which exist for time immemorial, are the original sciences to demystify the life. Ramayana is the literature, which reflects the Vedic values in day-to-day life. Web of Life Makers (Webolim) is an organization, which facilitates people to experience the treasured esoteric values of Vedas and Ramayana and inculcate them in their everyday life. It conducts regular workshops, classes, camps, lectures and demonstrations on Vedas and Ramayana around the country and abroad to elucidate the public on various topics of interest.

    Webolim has conducted lectures / workshops on Vedas & Ramayana in Hyderabad (29th Feb 05), Karimnagar (Nov 2nd to 4th, 2005), Bangalore, Mysore, Madurai, Singapore and Chennai. These workshops had participants from various cities like Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kolkata, Chennai, Cochin, Trivandrum and Bangalore. Each workshop has different themes based on Vedas. Some of the topics in which Webolim has conducted the workshops are ��Concept of Social Service in Vedas & Ramayana��, ��Vedas and Education��, ��Life forces in Vedas��, & ��Vedic Yoga�� etc

    On continuing this endeavor, we are planning the next workshop in Karimnagar in Andhra Pradesh in partnership with Pragna Bharathi of Karimnagar. This workshop is conducted mainly to celebrate the Republic day. No prior knowledge of Samskrit and Vedas are required for the participants. The lectures will be in English. The workshop is open for all.

    The theme for this workshop is ��Rashtra in Vedas��. Rashtra in the Vedas is more than the terms like country, state and nation. Rashtra is the term, which includes the whole of organism that charges the country or state or nation. The culture and the civilization of a nation or a state or a country are vital in the concept of Rashtra. This workshop is to show what is the philosophy and concept of Rashtra in Vedic Mantras. We welcome people from all over India and abroad to utilize this program.

    The schedule is given separately below. The camp will be covering the following topics:

    Introduction to Vedas
    Concept of Rashtra in Vedic literature
    Bhaaratam Janam
    Rivers of India
    Single Culture of the Whole Nation �� in light of Ramayana
    Asanas, Pranayama & Meditation will also be taught in this workshop

    Resource persons:

    Shri R.Rangan, MBA, is a spiritual guide and a young Vedic scholar, brought up in the traditional way in Vedic culture, did his Vedantic studies under Sri Sivarama Krisna Shastry, learnt Bhakti Shastras from Sri Krisnapremi Swamigal and Vyakarana and Sahitya Shastras from Vidwan Sri Tirumalachari of Srirangam. He also went through the conventional degree of MBA. He is a consultant to Vivekananda Yoga University, Bangalore. He did a deep sadhana to realize the spiritual realities dealt in Vedas and authored many books on Vedas, Ramayana & Yoga giving their meaning and their practicality for the present age. One of his greatest contributions in the field of Vedanta is to author the book, Gita-samanvaya bhashya, which deals with the synthesis of the interpretations of Shankara, Ramanuja and Madhva. He has composed thousands of poems in Samskrit. He is the founder president of Webolim. He delivers various discourses on Vedas, Upanishads, Epics and Puranas throughout India
    and abroad.

    Dr. Kalyanaraman, Director of Saraswathi Research Centre. Former Director of Asian Development Bank and former financial advisor to Indian Railways, he is a scholar of great repute. He did pioneering work in scientifically proving the Saraswati River and it is now working for reviving it. He brought the 7-volume book on Saraswathi. He brought the multi lingual comparative dictionary for 25 ancient Indian languages. He has also worked extensively on jaati and jana jaati studies

    Dr T.H. Chowdary is the Chairman of Pragna Bharathi [Intellect India], a think -tank and a platform for deliberations on socio-political, economic, educational and developmental issues confronting India. He was the founding Chairman and Managing Director of India��s Overseas Communications Corporation [VSNL]. He was Governor, INTELSAT, (Washington) and Executive Director, INMARSAT, (London). He is the author of several books on telecommunications, information technology, Indian culture and politics and Editor /Member, Board of Editors of several journals (national and international) on telecommunications, information technology and socio-political affairs. He is also a Fellow of Tata Consultancy Services and Satyam Computer Services (the number 1 and 5 I.T companies of India) and Director of a number of Telecom & I.T Companies

    Venue: TTD Kalyana Mandapam
    Gandhi Road
    Karimnagar, Andhra Pradesh

    Stay Arrangements:
    This workshop is open for all. It is a residential workshop for which stay & food arrangements have been done. Separate stay facilities for men and women will be arranged. Food available for participants will be nutritious and non-spicy.

    Prior registration is required for attending this workshop. You can email to
    [email protected]. Please do inform us by January 22nd so that we can make suitable arrangements. The registration is restricted to 60 participants based on first come first served. Also if you want to join the group of people starting from various cities, do inform us so that we can connect you to the people starting from each city. There is a charge of Rs. 200/- per head for food expenses. Donations are welcomed for the camp.

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    Tentative Schedule of Karimnagar Camp

    Theme: ��Rashtra in Vedas��

    26th January (Friday):

    06.00 AM - 08.30 AM �� Inauguration of workshop and talks on
    i. "Nation, State and Patriotism" by: Dr.T.H. Chowdary
    ii. ��Life as Celebration�� by Shri Ranganji

    27th January (Saturday):

    05.00 AM - 06.00 AM - Asanas & Pranayama

    06.00 AM - 07.00 AM - Bath & getting ready


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