ॐ क्रिमिभ्यो नमः


Established on 15th January 2020 [Makar Sankaranti]


Vedic Microbiology Virtual University is an exclusive Vedic organization dedicated for education, research and development of Microbiological knowledge enshrined in the ancient Scientific Sanskrit texts (known as Vedic Microbiology); besides highlighting the potential of Vedic microbiology for indigenous–sustainable development and well-being.


VEDIC MICROBIOLOGY VIRTUAL UNIVERSITY works under the aegis of World Vedic Microbiology Organization (duly registered in United Kingdom) is affiliated / accredited to 

  • InterContinental Vedic Sciences & Technology Organization, UK.
  • InterContinental Vedic Hindu VirtualRishiKulam, INDIA.
  • Maharshi VedVyas International Virtual Vedic University, INDIA;
  • Association of Vedic Virtual Universities,  INDIA  ;
  • International Association of Vedic Hindu Universities,  INDIA

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The ‘invisible’ अदृष्ट world of microorganisms has enthralled humans since time immemorial. The intellectual giants of Vedic civilization— Rishis and Ayurvedacharyas had recorded their observation on microorganisms in the coded form of prose and poetry in the Vedas, Ayurveda, Puranas, Smritis, Mahabharata, and innumerable Sanskrit texts. These ancient investigators affirmed about the potential of microorganism to cause beneficial and detrimental effect on plants, animals and humans. Vedic Rishis by dint of yogic power (soul based infinite intuition) had unveiled the science of microorganism i.e. microbiology. Vedas are opulently endowed with the distinctive holistic principles and practices of microbiology; based on the universal law and order i.e. Rta. The Vedic suktas namely Kankotan sukta (Rigveda 1.191) by Rishi Agastya; KrimiJambhanam sukta (Atharvaveda 2.31), KrimiNashnam sukta (Atharvaveda 2.32) and KrimiGhnam sukta (Atharvaveda 5.23) by Rishi Kanva and his descendents; Rakshoghnam sukta (Atharvaveda 5.29) by Rishi Chatana; KrimiNashnam sukta by Rishi Badrayani and other such suktas provides instant insight into the microbiology. Additionally, post Vedic literatures like CharakSamhita, SusrutaSamhita, MadhavaNidana, AstangaHridaya, KasyapaSamhita, VrikshaAyurveda (science of plans/ trees) and many other Sanskrit literature drastically narrates the science of microbes in great detail. Imperatively, the ‘germ theory of diseases’ is obviously found in the Vedas and allied literatures. For microorganisms, Vedas provides many scientific terms, as—“Rakshas,” “Krimi”, “Adrishta”, “Jantuanava”, “Sudrajantu”, “Pischach”, “Durnamaha”, “Ghandharva”, “Yatudhan”, etc, Nevertheless, Vedic Rishis also engineered Yagna-Technology to combat known and unknown causative agents of diseases, besides enumerating large number of antimicrobial/anti-infective herbs, metals, minerals, rasayana, fermented products asava and arista medicated liquors etc. The concept of immunity (VydhiKshamata) is well described and vaccination was common practice. Overall, our Rishis had premeditated — how society can enjoy disease free life and remain engaged in material and spiritual progress. The cumbersome data pertaining to microorganisms has obviously led us to coin the term “Vedic Microbiology” and to investigate into our own backyard. In the first ever historic conference —“International Vedic Microbiology Seminar” held in New Delhi on 20th and 21st August 2007, experts from various fields have asserted that Vedic Microbiology has huge potential to brush aside the negativities of modern microbiology. Fortunately, Vedic Microbiology Virtual University (previously Rishi Kanva Vedic Microbiology Research Institute) is doing exclusive research work on Vedic Microbiology & Its branches and promises to resurrect the glory of Vedic Microbiology, which will give new dimension to Ayurveda and Biosciences.


Office => (+91) 9409100019 (whatsapp)

World Vedic Microbiology Organization, 27, Old Gloucester Street, LONDON, WC1N 3AX, UNITED KINGDOM
IVHV, A-145, Mahadevnagar-4,
Dindoli, Surat, GUJARAT, INDIA 394210