(L to R) Satyanarayan Nuwal, Chairman, RCOEM, Ar. Abhishek Deshpande, former CJI Sharad Bobde, Padma Vibhushan Sudarshan Sahoo, Pushpa Sahoo, Dr. Rajesh Pande, Principal, RCOEM during their recent meeting with President Droupadi Murmu at Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi.
Sthapatya Veda is a 11 month foundation course part time programme offered by Civil Engineering Department. The programme started in year 2023 with the intake of 120 students. The curriculum of the programme is to set an equilibrium of Cosmic Powers based on Nature’s Law within a dwelling structure. The curriculum broadly cover planning and construction of Apartment to Airport while Tower to Township as well as recreational places as per Sutra Mandala Siddhanta by Sthapatya Veda.
Sthapatya Veda is the language of Architecture. It is the most ancient and complete system of architecture and city planning in accord with Natural Law, which takes into account the mathematics, yoga sutra, Quantum Physics and planetary and Earth Science.
The difference between Sthapatya Veda and Vastu Shastra is One is Engineering, the other is Science. Engineering is the applied aspect, Science is the theoretical aspect. The term Sthapatya Veda refers to the is the applied aspect of this precious knowledge, while the term Vastu refers to the theoretical aspect. Veda means knowledge, and Sthapan means to establish. Therefore as we already mentioned, Sthapatya Veda is the Science of Architecture. Sthapatya Veda is the knowledge of application and skills.