|Energy Generation through Vedas||
˙gveda (2.35.3) speaks about the marine energy as under:
samanyČ yantyupa yanty anyČĚ
samČnam ĘrvaŠ nadyaĚ p‚‡anti
tam Ę „uciŠ „ucayo dĎdivČnsam
apČŠ napČtaŠ pari tasthur ČpaĚ
Some waters collect together (from the rain); others, (already collected on earth), unite with them; as rivers, they flow together to propitiate the marine energy: the pure waters are gathered round the pure and brilliant energy.
˙gveda (10.45.3) portrays an idea of harnessing marine energy among others for the welfare of humanity.
samudra tvČ n‚ma‡Č apsvantar
n‚cak–Č Ďdhe divo agna Ędhan
t‚tĎye tvČ rajasi tasthivČnsam
apČm upasthe mahi–Č avardhan
He who wants the welfare of humanity, harness marine energy, the solar energy and atmospheric energy from clouds.
|A„va (Solar Energy)|
|Vedic Law of Conservation of Energy|
|Law of Equivalene of Mass Energy|
|Electrical Energy in the Vedas|