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London, UK – On November 1st and 2nd, London hosted the groundbreaking Indo-UK Leadership Summit, organized by Professor Diwakar Sukul of Kamkus London in collaboration with the Karma Foundation, Aaj Tak, and India Today. The event convened prominent leaders from India, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America across business, politics, healthcare, media, and other industries to discuss opportunities for greater cooperation by integrating ancient Vedic knowledge and contemporary science and technology.

Spanning two power-packed days, attendees took an in-depth look at Vedic sciences and principles and their modern day relevance. There was a consensus that embracing the core Vedic tenet of “Vasudev Kutabhkam” or “One World, One Family” could advance global priorities across digital health, education, investments, mental health, sustainability, and more by harmonizing science, technology, and ancient wisdom.

Several distinguished speakers provided compelling examples of how modern technology could unlock applications of ancient Vedic sciences to profoundly impact the world. Retired NASA scientist Professor Randal Mieke shared how ancient Vimana (Flying Machine) technology around 5,000 BC, mentioned in Hindu Methodology Ramayana, used Mercury and Thorium to create energy. He also shared that this technology can resolve the world’s energy crisis and protect the environment if appropriately developed. Another keynote speaker, UK consultant surgeon Professor Yash Gupta, delved into noteworthy scientific concepts hidden within ancient Sanskrit texts.

In addition to tech breakthroughs, the summit emphasized using Vedic teachings to shape policy and governance for the betterment of societies. Keynote speakers Daniel Couts, Nina Finch, and Manish Tewari led important dialogues on leveraging responsible media narratives and principles to positively influence minds and strengthen democracies. Similarly, Prof Cadwell and Prof Mahadev talked about the role of Artificial Intelligence in modern healthcare, whereas Prof (Dr.) Diwakar Sukul, with Dr Navin Gupta, Praveen Pandey, Amrita Gidwani and Umesh Parmar, spoke about how integrating Vedic Psychology into psychiatry can help curb the world’s mental health crisis.

The summit which took a 360 degree approach to life and matter, neonatologist Dr. Minesh Khasu stimulated minds by introducing thought-provoking Vedic concepts around the existence of parallel realities and dimensions. Prof A DN Bajpai from ABV University in India talked about spirituality for integrating the global culture, and John Rainford, Prof Christine Bamford, Gina Gardiner, Madhuresh Mishra and Aruna Ladva shared their deep insight about integrative and inclusive leadership.

Woven throughout the summit were acknowledgements of exceptional leaders already catalyzing change by tapping Vedic sciences. Dr Kakkar, Ramesh Arora, Dr Dinesh Saraswat, Hieu Tran, Dr Dan Brown, Prof Mak Sharma, and Sandeep Chadha talked about investment opportunities in the fields of education, healthcare and wellbeing, mining, aeronautical research in India and the United Kingdom. The noted author and entrepreneur Ruchir Verma from Switzerland discussed sustainability using Indian philosophy and technology.

The Summit concluded at The House of Lords with the International Book of Honours- England on November 2nd. Noted awardees included Prof Randall, Manisha Koirala, Prof Bajpai, Prof Yash Gupta, Ms Gina Gardiner, Prof Romford, Dr Ramesh Arora, Gagan Dhawan, HE Nawab Shik Ibrahim, Sunny Aggarwal, Manav Grover, Dr Satish Chandra, Ashok Verma and more. The President of Liberland also graced the occasion. Mr John Rainford, president of the International Book of Honour (IBH), and Divya Sukul, director of IBH, congratulated all the awardees. Dr Diwakar Sukul and Mr Ramesh Arora thanked Baroness Verma, MP Virendra Sharma, and all participants and awardees

In just two days, the Indo-UK Leadership Summit succeeded in seeding understanding of how rediscovering lost Vedic knowledge and integrating it within modern STEM arenas can spur international cooperation and human progress. Participants left newly galvanized to leverage this holistic approach of blending science, technology and ancient wisdom within their communities and organizations to create solutions that transcend borders. The summit’s triumph sets the stage for more large-scale gatherings and initiatives centered on harvesting Vedic sciences’ full potential in today’s world.

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