About Bharath Gyan


Bharath Gyan is an endeavour founded by authors and researchers on Civilization Studies of India, Dr.D.K.Hari and Dr.D.K.Hema Hari, with a mission to compile, collate and raise awareness about the Indian Civilization, its knowledge, practices and its global connects over millennia to global audiences from an Indic perspective.

Bharath Gyan has been reaching out to people within India and across the globe through various mediums such as

  • Indian Civilization courses conducted online by the Hari couple
  • Books and Documentary films published on the Indian Civilization
  • Short films and Articles for social media and Website
  • Talks and Expos for focussed groups.

The knowledge of the Indian civilization which is available scattered in various forms – books, manuscripts, oral tradition amongst scholars, various art forms, archaeological artefacts, customs, traditions of the land etc. are presented in a collated form, from a present-day perspective and relevance.

The goal is to create a narrative of the Indian Civilization from a wholistic perspective for the current generation which is facing a barrier in reaching out to this knowledge due to challenges of access, language, style of approach and expression as well as available time.

The facts and data compiled and collated over the years by the founders, since 2000, corroborate each other beautifully, as pieces of a jigsaw and thus keep self-validating this growing compilation, spanning over 108 subjects.

Bharath Gyan is in the process of bringing this knowledge out through far reaching and engaging mediums so that it can be easily understood and enjoyed by all across the world.

Besides filling the readers with wonder at the not-so-commonly known scientific facets of our ancient civilization, it is hoped that this knowledge and approach of the ancients will kindle or aid future research for the benefit of science and mankind.

Bharath Gyan is an endeavour to bridge old and new worlds by repurposing knowledge from the past, for the present and future, to experience, appreciate and apply.

Can we make the past converge with the present for the future?

Ours is perhaps not the first effort in this direction, neither should it be the last …