About
the Scholar
Dr. Sant Kumar Kapoor is disciple of Yogiraj Sri Sripad Babaji
Maharaj, Vrindavan and H.H. Maharishi Mahesh Yogiji Mahraj. Dr. Kapoor is
continuing with the old traditions and is reviving the ancient discipline of
Vedic mathematics and Vedic Geometry. For his excellence and service rendered in
the field of Vedic mathematics, he has been awarded “Shri Guru Gangeshwaranandji
Veda Ratna Puraskar-1997” by Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan, Bangalore. The Veda Ratna
Puruskar as these are called have come to
be accepted as highest epitomes of all honours that
a Vedic scholar can strive to achieve in his life time.
Dr. Kapoor was born on February 26,
1946 He graduated as B.Sc. (Hon.) in Mathematics from Kurukshetra University,
Kurukshetra in 1965 with distinction of first class first. He post-graduated in
Mathematics from Punjab University, Chandigarh in 1967 with distinction. He has
been National Scholar throughout. He did his LL.B. in 1970 from Delhi University
and joined Haryana Judicial Service since 1977. He was awarded Ph.D. in
Mathematics from Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, on the basis of Thesis
submitted in 1987. His doctoral thesis is first of its kind and is about the
mathematical basis of Vedic literature. He had been Visiting Professor of Indian
Institute of Maharishi Vedic Science & Technology from 1988 to 1992.
His published books are: Vedic
Geometry (1994), Fermat's Last Theorem And Higher Spaces Reality Course (1996),
Foundations of Higher Vedic Mathematics (1998), Goldbach Theorem (2000) and
Glimpses of Vedic Mathematics (2003).
Presently he is working on the
transcendental basics of real five space.
His another passion is
jurisprudence and is presently posted as Additional District & Sessions Judge,
Panchkula (Haryana) India.