Indic Academy is hosting a talk by Dr Raj Vedam on ‘Distortions in Indian History’ this Saturday, 10 December, at the Academy’s office in HSR Layout, Bengaluru.
About Dr Raj Vedam
Dr Raj Vedam, a graduate of Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, and Oregon State University, Corvallis, is an electrical engineer by training with over 25 years of experience. He is also the author of several journal and conference papers and patents, and enjoys a range of intellectual pursuits.
Among the many hats he wears, Dr Vedam is an astronomer and mathematician with deep interest in the history of astronomy and mathematics. His special interests are in ancient prehistory and the spread of knowledge, arts, culture and philosophies across cultures.
Dr Vedam researches and critiques the narratives of civilisations and applies scientific methods to validate historical narratives. He is a founder-member of the think tank, Indian History Awareness Research, and Director of Arsha Vidya Satsanga.
About Indic Academy
Indic Academy’s mission is to preserve, protect and promote Indic civilisational identity, thought and values. To achieve its mission, it seeks to transform thinkers, nurture networks and promote platforms.
Indic Academy has a target of transforming 2,020 public intellectuals into authors and scholars by the year 2020. The academy is currently nurturing Indic Book Club, a horizontal multi-city network and two vertical networks, Indic Economic Network and Indic Law Network. The academy will be shortly launching other vertical networks in the areas of activism, arts and scholarship. It is actively promoting multiple platforms for academics, activists, artists and authors to express themselves.
Theme: Distortions in Indian History
Date: 10 December
Address: 201, 2nd Floor, R K Avenue, 356, 6th Main, 6th Sector, 14th B Cross, HSR Layout, Bengaluru 560102
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