Bharadwaja is believed to have made around 500 guidelines detailing aviation and other technologies found on earth thousands of years ago. However, the authors note that current manuscripts contain only between 100 and 120 guidelines. Experts are convinced that the foreign rulers who invaded India stole many of these manuscripts, studying them to produce many of the technologies we see on Earth today.
These relationships seem to support the Vaimānika Śāstra, a twentieth-century Sanskrit text that described aerospace technology in great detail by stating that the \’Vimānas\’ mentioned in A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ Sanskrit epics were in fact advanced aerodynamic aircraft, similar to modern rockets capable of air travel, such as suggested by the popular Ancient Astronaut theory.
The texts were revealed in 1952 by GR Josye and contain 3000 shlokas in 8 chapters. The propulsion of the Vimānas, according to Kanjilal (1985), is “Mercury Vortex Engines”, a concept similar to electric propulsion.
The authors said the aircraft described is capable of traveling between countries, continents and planets. According to the authors, this shows that the aviation system in the A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ world was very advanced, more than what exists today and that most of the technologies that existed on Earth thousands of years ago, before the start of “modern civilization” they have now completely disappeared, disappeared not only from society but also from the history books.
What the authors have presented, that is, taken from the manuscript is undoubtedly proof that the technology to travel between planets existed 7 thousand years ago. Many scientists said they were amazed. The Deputy Chancellor of the University of Mumbai, Rajan Welukar said: “There is no reason to believe what they say about the Vedas, but it is something worth studying”.
Interestingly, many studies have offered contradictory results in studying the feasibility of “A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ flying machines”. In 1974, a study by the Indian Institute of Sciences in Bangalore found that the aircraft described in the Vaimānika Śāstra were aeronautically unreliable.
But despite this fact, there are still many authors and scholars who are convinced that these A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ machines were actually very advanced flight machine schemes. Some of these researchers and scholars are encouraging aggressive investigation of A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ books that discuss technology that can surpass our own reality in the 21st century.
Captain Anand J Bodas is quoted by the Mumbai Mirror declares: “Modern science is not scientific, because it considers the things it does not understand as not possible. The Indian, or rather A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ Indian definition of an airplane, is a vehicle that travels through the air from one country to another country, from one continent to another continent, from one planet to another planet. In those days the planes were huge and could move left, right, back and up, unlike modern planes which only advance in a straight line. “