With all of his research activity and teaching obligations and administrative demands, he still finds the time to conduct research relative to "The Origin of Human Past" a monograph published by Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan in 1999, which has been translated recently into Malayalam. The subject has been a major interest and passion to which he has devoted many years of research. Another book published by Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan in 2006 is "What India Should Know." The conclusions and views expressed in this book are not of the publishers. In fact, the authors have only recorded like a camera, from existing literature without expressing their opinions at all.
Dr. J. Vasundhara Devi is a research professor in V. Lakshmikantham Institute for Advanced Studies (LIAS) in Visakhapatnam, India. She has to her credit five research monographs and over sixty research publications in the general area of nonlinear analysis. Moreover, she has interest and passion in the history of India and many cultural aspects of Bharatiya civilization.
Dr. S. Leela is an internationally well-known mathematician and she is the author of over 100 research papers and eight research monographs, in the general area of nonlinear analysis. She has visited several countries giving invited lectures. She is now Professor Emeritus from SUNY, New York and she holds the title of Distinguished Professor. In addition to mathematics, her interest is in the cultural history of India and India's contribution to the world of mathematics.
History is like the pulse of a nation. As long as the pulse beats, the person is alive and likewise, so long as any country continues to search for its true history, it cannot die. Any nation content with its falsified history and does not have the courage to renounce the concocted history, is as good as dead. Such is the state. Of India today.
Any historian should not start with a predetermined theory or hypothesis and begin to interpret the events of the past to suit the assumed theory by interpolating and amending the texts of historical records to proclaim the conjectured version of the theory as the true history. Such a procedure is certainly unworthy of historians. Unfortunately, this is precisely what happened to the ancient Indian history. Let us examine this aspect closely.
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