Best ideologies on every subject present in Indian ancient culture

Mr. Shukla at national brainstorming of Indian research vision

shukl23.4.16Bhopal, April 23, 2016 (Abdul Ahad Farhan):  Public Relations and Energy Minister Mr. Rajendra Shukla has said that best ideologies on every subject are present in Indian ancient culture. Mr. Shukla was addressing national brainstorming of ‘Indian Research Vision’ at Makhanlal Chaturvedi University of Journalism and Mass Communication here today. Mr. Mukul Kanitkar was specially present on the occasion. Representatives from several states are participating in the seminar. Mr. Shukla said that Swami Vivekananda had strengthened India’s image before the world by presenting effective views on Indian spiritualism in religious congregation in Chicago.

India’s ancient Yoga practice has also been recognised by United Nations Organisation. Now, Yoga Day will be celebrated throughout the world every year. Vice Chancellor of Punarutthan Vidyapeeth, Ahmedabad Miss Indumati Tai said in her keynote address that it is not clear as to who is responsible for lifting level of education in the country. Institutions hold professors responsible for this and professor vice versa. She said that entire glossary should be discussed before undertaking research. Best knowledge in all directions and sectors should be acquired.

She said that Indian ideology has always been global. India has spiritual globalization while these day physical globalization and market are in demand.  University’s Vice Chancellor Prof. B.K. Kuthiyala said that it is an established fact that Indian culture and civilization came into existence minimum 5 thousand years ago whereas human race in other countries was in initial stage.

He said that taking references from ancient epics will increase quality of research. But more important is to understand as to what were research methods of saints and seers through which so much authentic knowledge could be acquired. In the first session, Prof. Rakesh Mishra of Lucknow University deliberated on ‘Self-oblivion in Thought Process and Research Sector’. In the second session, Mr. Vasudev Prajapati of Punarutthan Vidyapeeth, Ahmedabad gave a Power Point presentation on various aspects of glorious Indian heritage. Rector of the university Mr. Lajpat Ahuja threw light on university’s activities and object of the seminar. Registrar Mr. Sachchidanad Joshi proposed a vote of thanks.