The Candid Eye

December 11, 2009

The Genesis of Creation!

Filed under: Art of Living,Bharat Gyan — thecandideye @ 6:00 AM
Tags: , , , , , ,

When did it begin? How did it all start? What holds it together? are some of the fundamental questions about our universe which a film on Creation from the Art of Living and Bharath Gyan alliance is set to address, using wisdom from ancient Indian texts. Dr. Archana Sharma, a senior physicist at CERN, Geneva, Switzerland will lend a ‘parallel track’ to the film with views from the modern scientific perspective.

“I was amazed at the vast amount of detail on the subject of Creation available in ancient Indian texts. I could see a lot of parallel between what these texts have to say and the findings unearthed by us scientists so far in our quest for the ‘Instruction Manual of the Universe'” said Dr. Sharma.

Creation Timeline Chart : Image courtesy - Creation Timeline Chart : Image courtesy -

DK Hari and DK Hema Hari of Bharath Gyan who have for over 10 years, been researching and compiling the ancient knowledge of India on various subjects said, “The kind of detail we find in our ancient texts offer information on stages of creation not only starting with the Big Bang but also even before the Big Bang. Could it be that the ‘Instruction Manual of the Universe’ is hidden in our texts – if only we care to see!”

The shooting for this film has commenced and it is set for launch towards the end of January 2010. It is proposed to follow this up with the setting up of a museum to showcase this ancient knowledge along with its convergence with modern scientific view. Forums will also follow to encourage open-minded discussions between traditional and scientific communities at local and global levels.

Creation of Light : Image Courtesy -

Bharath Gyan is a 10+ year research compilation initiative of the couple, DK Hari and DK Hema Hari in over 100 subjects on the knowledge of India. They have already come out with path-breaking films such as Historical Rama and a book Triple Eclipse 2009 – Ominous? Or Promising? More about Bharath Gyan can be viewed at

CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, is one of the world’s largest and most reputed centres for scientific research. Its business is fundamental physics, finding out what the Universe is made of and how it works. CERN is in the news now since a few weeks when the Large Hydron Collador or LHC started being operational and has made world records in high energies.

Dr.Archana Sharma, is an Indian experimental physicist and a permanent staff member of CERN. She has been working in CERN since 1987 and is presently working on the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) experiment at the LHC project in Geneva Switzerland. Since the successful launch of the operation of the LHC, she is one of the senior physicists visiting India, Bangalore. Dr. Sharma holds a PhD in Nuclear Physics from the University of Delhi and a Doctorate in Sciences, Particle Physics, from the University of Geneva, Switzerland. Dr. Sharma’s credentials can be had at:

Create a free website or blog at