About the Book

… exploring cosmology in the Vedas.

Neuro-scientists say that the brain's meditative state is uniquely different from its waking, sleeping and dreaming states. Did Rishis tap into this meditative state to infer scientific concepts about the structure of the Cosmos?

Ancient Skies and Astronomy Now

.. features amazing astronomical facts and revisits popularly held beliefs about the cognition of mantras. The author of the book dissects Sanskrit text to highlights little-known wonders that conventional translations have overlooked.

This book provides a new understanding about the role of Devatas or cosmic impulses in deep space. It  is sure to kindle further curiosity about the source of the knowledge of ancient civilizations. Readers familiar with Vedic astrology will also find the book to be a terrific introduction to deep-sky objects in modern astronomy. 

… a fascinating analysis of the mysterious expressions of ancient meditators

Ancient Skies and Astronomy Now collates information from Sanskrit texts to offer readers 27 in-depth instances of astounding similarities in present day astronomy. This book explains:
  • Astronomical basis for the division of the sky into 27 equal segments and their importance in Vedic calendar systems
  • 4.32 billion year Kalpa cycle and how the names of its sub-periods may refer to geological and paleontology events on planet Earth
  • Dogma of colonial scholars and the resulting neglect of the study of scientific information in Sanskrit texts
  • Mining methods which the Pundits used in the past to find the meanings of mantras
  • Cryptic codes in mantras related to the formation of a new solar system and the structure of our galaxy