This book describes the Maharishi Sthapatya Veda Vedic measurement system in terms of group theory. Using the concepts of modern group theory, deep principles at the basis of the measurement system are illustrated in a new light and explain the original significance of this Vedic measurement system. You will see that all aspects of the measurement theory of Maharishi Vedic Architecture form a harmonious, logical, and mathematically precise whole. When this system is utilized in its completeness, the structures built in accordance with it reflect this harmonious wholeness. Measurements based on Vedic dimensions are vital to Vedic Architecture because they bind its various parts together in harmony. The world-renowned Vedic scientist Maharishi Mahesh Yogi revived the science of country planning according to natural law in a way that is most practical and beneficial for the population. This science is briefly introduced in the book. Country planning in accordance with natural law incorporates the concept of the ‘brahmasthan’ or geographical center of a country, from where a grid based on latitudes and longitudes emerge. This grid forms the basis of Vastu planning for homes, villages, towns, provinces, and the whole country. Country planning in accordance with Natural Law is elaborated in another book by the same author: ‘Measuring the World for Global Reconstruction’.
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