Name : Srinivasan Kalyanaraman

Web Bio : Dr. Srinivasan Kalyanaraman, Sarasvati Sindhu Research Centre, Chennai, is the pioneering researcher contributing materials related to a better understanding and appreciation of Ancient Indian History and Time lines. His website carries 40,000 files on River Sarasvati for use by all researchers. His contributions can be accessed at the links provided in the resources and bibliography sections.
Dr. Kalyanaraman has written 14 pioneering volumes on Sarasvati-Vedic river and Hindu Civilization that highlight various aspects of this civilization including language and writing systems and cultural traditions. They also describe ongoing work including over 2000 archaeological sites on the banks of vedic Sarasvati and identifying the people who lived in that age, from discoveries in archaeology. These volumes provide evidence to refute the ongoing prejudicial attacks from western writers and academicians and in particular the currently discarded theory of Aryan invasion, which unfortunately continues to be taught in the western academia and schools. It was Because of his tireless effort, we have detailed information regarding various facets of the studies on the sacred river Sarasvatī and the culture that blossomed on her banks. Dr. Kalyanaraman is a graduate in Economics. He has mastery over many languages. He secured a Doctorate in Public Administration from the Philippines University. He after completing 18 years of successful service in the Asian Bank, in 1995 dedicated himself completely for the cause of ‘Sarasvatī Nadī Shodh Prakalpa’. He floated the idea that it is possible to rejuvenate river Sarasvatī by making the subterranean waters available and flowing and make River Sutlej perennial using the desiccated beds of Sarasvatī through the Rajasthan Canal. It is something unprecedented in the history of the world to have a mighty river a support to many towns and empires disappearing without a trace for thousands of years and to be rejuvenated and flowing on the land of Bharata to bring the prosperity that was lost with its disappearance. After 5000 years the sloka in Mahabarata on river Sarasvati becomes relevant again.