Aims & Objectives

About Vibha

India faces critical challenges as a nation in its march towards a welfare state. Considering the nature of the challenges which are so unique, only rapid strides in the sector of science and technology, in resonance with India’s heritage can meet those challenges. In this context Vijnanabharati, a science movement with swadeshi spirit has a greater role to play.

Swadeshi Science Movement was started in Indian Institite of Science- (Bengaluru) by a few eminent scientists under the guidance of Prof. K I Vasu. This movement gradually gained momentum and emerged as an organization with national presence. In 1991(Oct 20-21) at the Nagpur meet, it was decided, to launch the Swadeshi Science Movement at all India Level and named it as Vijnana Bharati.

Vijnana Bharati has units in 22 states across the country and contacts in 4 states. It is working in 11 different areas through autonomous institutions, independent organizations & also as project entities.

As a vibrant movement for the development of Swadeshi Sciences

As a dynamic Science Movement with a Swadeshi Spirit, interlinking traditional and modern sciences on the one hand, and natural and spiritual sciences on the other hand

As a Swadeshi Movement with modern sciences adapted to national needs.

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To champion the cause of Bharatiya Heritage with a harmonious synthesis of physical and spiritual sciences which nourish each other and flourish together.

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To rejuvenate the Swadeshi Movement in this age of science and technology for the purpose of national reconstruction.

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To work towards the development of a common script and scientific terminology for all Bharatiya languages.

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To activate the Science Movement with a Swadeshi fervor in all the Bharatiya languages and at all levels, also through the mass media.

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To spread the awareness of the unique contributions of ancient Bharat in the development of modern science.

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To approach educational authorities for the inclusion of the information about the scientific heritage in all text books and curricular syllabus.