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Using Vedic Science for linking Cow with Economics through reviving Ecology in Water, Soil & Air and making human life sustainable on the Green Earth or this Blue Planet.
Life will continue to exist ONLY when the key elements of life are back in good shape, in their living conditions. these key elements of life are - Soil, Water, Air, Fire & Cosmic Energy, that comes uncontaminated from the universe.
Science is the process to understand this basic fabric, and Vedic Science is the largest repository of this immense knowledge of nature & life sciences.

Vaidic Srijan Madhukar Swayambhu

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Using Vedic Science for linking Cow with Economics through reviving Ecology in Water, Soil & Air and making human life sustainable on the Green Earth or this Blue Planet.
Life will continue to exist ONLY when the key elements of life are back in good shape, in their living conditions. these key elements of life are - Soil, Water, Air, Fire & Cosmic Energy, that comes uncontaminated from the universe.
Science is the process to understand this basic fabric, and Vedic Science is the largest repository of this immense knowledge of nature & life sciences.

    A Session on Waterbody Rejuvenation with SPA (School of Planning & Architecture, Delhi)

    A Session on Waterbody Rejuvenation with SPA (School of Planning & Architecture, Delhi)

    The School of Planning and Architecture (SPA), New Delhi is a full-fledged institution under the aegis of Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, providing facilities for undergraduate and postgraduate education, research and extension in the field of Architecture, Physical Planning, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design, Architectural Conservation, Environmental Planning, Urban Planning, Regional Planning, Housing, Transport Planning, Industrial Design and Building Engineering Management. With status of an Institute of National importance by an Act of Parliament, the School awards its own undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral degrees.  

    Based upon Vaidic Srijan’s expertise and vast experience in the field of restoration of waterbodies, SPA invited Mr. Madhukar Swayambhu to deliver a talk to students on of UG & PG courses in SPA on 09" February, 2022 at 2:30 p.m to 4.30 p.m. to cover aspects related to "Rejuvenation of Waterbodies - the case of Varanasi".  

    The session was hosted on google meet by SPA, the present podcast is the recording of the same session, Chaired by Dr. Meenakshi Dhote, HoD - Environmental Planning, School of Planning and Architecture (SPA), New Delhi.


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    • 1 hr 43 min
    NATIONAL FARMER'S DAY WITH ART OF LIVING

    NATIONAL FARMER'S DAY WITH ART OF LIVING

    Permaculture is the art of permanent agriculture, AND “Art of Living” is a way of Life!

    Anything in excess is not good, not even farming. It has been observed that prolonged farming does more bad to the soil than good.

    Here’s how.

    Of the five factors needed for farming – air, water, soil, sunlight and nutrients in the soil – a farmer is heavily dependent on soil nutrients and availability of water for a good produce.

    However, over a period of time, excess tilling of the soil, overuse of chemicals and irrigation without adequate drainage causes irreparable damage to the soil.

    Now, if the lost nutrients are not replenished, then the soil becomes unusable, producing poor yields. Thus the world started looking at sustainable farming as a solution that can prevent the loss of soil nutrients and conserve water too.

    In a layman’s term, sustainable agriculture is an ecosystem approach to farming.

    This National Farmer’s Day, on 23rd December, 2021, the Permaculture Division of Art of Living Bangalore, organized a special session on Sustainable Agriculture, - Ponds, Plants and Planet – a talk on Ecological Integral Farming through the Cownomics™ Methodology from Vaidic Srijan LLP.

    This podcast is the audio for the same session.


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    • 1 hr 38 min
    The Punjab Effect - A Case Study

    The Punjab Effect - A Case Study

    This is the story of in situ drain rejuvenation in the State of Punjab.

    The video case study is available on our YouTube Channel, and the project made the front page news headlines on 7th July, 2021.

    This podcast is just the story of same project.


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    • 36 min
    A Candid Interview with Life & More

    A Candid Interview with Life & More

    Run by a dedicated team of ace professionals, www.lifeandmore.in is a complete lifestyle and entertainment portal that offers interesting news and lifestyle features. Launched in August 2016, it has over 6,000 dedicated followers from India and abroad, and is read by people from a cross-setion of society, including healthcare professionals, architects, politicians, designers, engineers, businessmen, entrepreneurs, bankers, defence personnel, real estate consultants, authors, photographers, and our tribe of journalists.

    Apart from India where it has the maximum readership/ visitor base,  www.lifeandmore.in is also read in the US, the UK, the UAE, Canada, Japan, Singapore, Indonesia and is visited by around four lakh people every month. And the list is growing...

    This was an interview with the Founder and Editor of L&M, Mr. Saurabh Tankha, about our journey in Cownomics, our struggle, our challenges, rejections, from when people laughed at us to now, when they've started recognising us.

    Enjoy the episode and do share your feedbacks.


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    • 55 min
    Vaidic Approach to Wetland Restoration

    Vaidic Approach to Wetland Restoration

    Wetlands are amongst the most productive ecosystems on the earth. However, they are also ecologically sensitive and adaptive systems. Wetlands exhibit enormous diversity according to the genesis, geographical location, water regime and chemistry, and soil and sediment characteristics. Wetlands sustain all life forms and perform useful functions in the maintenance of ecological balance and the interface between land and water systems.

    Patna (Bihar), being highly populous and one of the fastest-growing cities in India has been transforming  persistently in  the  last  couple  of  decades  due  to  urbanization.  Interestingly, wetlands have been observed to have shrunk significantly. The area of water bodies comprising ponds, lakes, and canals have almost halved from 1.26 km2 to 0.611 km2 between 1989 to 2014. In recent years, the Government of India and Bihar have taken note of the degradation of wetlands in various parts of the country. In this regard, about 15 wetlands in India, including Kabartal Lake in Begusarai have been recognized as wetlands of international importance by Ramsar Convention in recent years. Additionally, the Bihar State Wetland Authority has been established in 2019.

    The  steps  taken  by  the  Government in  recent  years  show  their  seriousness  towards  the importance of wetlands and their conservation. In the recent virtual seminar on ‘Vulnerabilities of wetlands and its impact on climate change’, the Principal Secretary, Department of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of Bihar, emphasized the future need for developing an action plan for wetlands conservation and restoration in Bihar’s context. In September 2019, the Government of India announced a comprehensive scheme of the National Plan for Conservation of Aquatic Ecosystems (NPCA), which is aimed to conserve and restore 130 identified wetlands and lakes at the 14th Conference of Parties (COP14) to United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD). The conservation and restoration of wetlands is important not only to ensure the availability of water but also to check the scale of degrading surrounding lands.

    The wetlands restoration work in Delhi has set the standards for providing sustainable and suitable habitation for birds and also helped in protecting Delhi from flooding and improving the groundwater quality. Similarly, in the case of Hyderabad, Kudi Kunta Lake, covering 8 acres, was about to die when it was rejuvenated by the Vedic method of restoration. Likewise, in the year 2020, Jheelwala Park in New Delhi was also rejuvenated with a similar approach. Although it is a very new concept of wetlands restoration there are significant progress and successful case studies in India. To discuss and understand this concept further, the Centre for Environment, Energy, and Climate Change, at the Asian Development Research Institute (CEECC, ADRI) is organizing a ‘Special Lecture’ session virtually.

    The objectives of this lecture are as follows:

    Understanding the alternative methods of wetlands restoration with special reference to wetlands in Bihar.

    Introducing a low-budget and sustainable approach to wetlands conservation for Bihar.

    Participants included

    Key  officials  from  Wetland Authority  and  Department  of  Environment, Forest  and Climate Change, Government of Bihar, researchers, and grassroots practitioners to understand the alternative method of wetlands restoration with special reference to wetlands in Bihar.


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    • 52 min
    Discussions on Ecological Rejuvenation of Water & Sustainable Agriculture

    Discussions on Ecological Rejuvenation of Water & Sustainable Agriculture

    The 5th India Water Impact Summit (IWIS) was kicked off on 10th December 2020 virtually. The event was inaugurated by Shri Ratan Lal Kataria, the then Minister of State for Jal Shakti. The objective of IWIS 2020 was a Comprehensive Analysis and Holistic Management of Rivers and Water Bodies.

    IWIS 2020 has being organised by the National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG) and the Centre for Ganga River Basin Management and Studies (cGanga) to discuss water-related issues and steps taken to save the planet’s most precious resource.

    The theme of IWIS 2020 was Arth Ganga: River Conservation Synchronised Development.

    The conference had a comprehensive analysis and review of river rejuvenation and Local River. It also had deliberation about Arth Ganga, i.e. how river conservation synchronised development can take place.


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    • 28 min

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