Our President

Prof. Bishnu Charanarbinda Mohanty

About Our President

Prof. Bishnu Charanarabinda Mohanty, President IPN

Prof. Bishnu Charanarabinda Mohanty, a distinguished scientist in the field of plasma technology, born on 1941 at Padmapur, Cuttack, Odisha. He obtained BME Degree from Jadavpur University and pre-Doctoral courses from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. He joined CSIR-IMMT in 1966 as scientist and founded, Special Materials Division, developed the extended arc plasma technology for the first time in India. He retired as Director Grade scientist in 2001. Various types of plasma reactors were developed and used by him for synthesis of advanced materials in his tenure. Thereafter he joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering, OEC, Bhubaneswar as Professor. He has successfully used Vedic Concept in furthering understanding of Nature through modern science.

In addition to research in arc-plasma, Prof. Mohanty pursued in understanding the hidden harmony among all sciences. Different sciences explore Nature by making different assumptions and discover different aspect-based truths. However, he argues that Nature cannot be different for different explorers. Thus, inherent harmony exists among different aspect-based truths of Nature. Hence a “comprehensive unified science” appears feasible. The basic assumptions of the Vedic science, spiritual science and modern science are different for which we miss compatibility among them. Nature is known for its consistency and uniformity for which studying nature becomes feasible. ‘Every event has a cause’ – This analogy is the general basis of our continuity of knowledge. The micro-domain physics ignored the general norm of nature and made domain-specific assumptions thereby differentiating the micro-domain physics from macro-domain. The spiritual science operates in still finer domain (say, micro-micro-domain) which modern science is yet to explore. Indian Vedic science deals both materials science and spiritual science with a common basic assumption and accepts similarity between microcosm and macrocosm. Thus, the basic concepts of Vedic science are valuable for achieving comprehensive unified understanding of nature through modern science. Prof. Mohanty pursued his research on the unification of sciences for half a century. According to him, incomplete understanding of solar system is the cause of failure of planetary atomic model. The distances of orbital bodies of solar system bears a definite correlation, thereby the orbits are discrete and not continuous. Even today many orbital parameters are not understood properly and they need correction. The concept of geocentric universe though satisfactorily explained the formation of day and night and predicted the timings of eclipses but the heliocentric solar-system was rightly discovered subsequently. It is possible to make a new atomic model in the light of solar system to explain all atomic phenomena in a better manner without domain-specific assumptions. The new comprehensive unified science is discussed in the seven volume book series ‘Dynamics of Universe–Interplay of matter space and charge’ written by Prof. Mohanty. Modern science deals with form-based constituents (atoms, electrons, celestial bodies etc.) and develops domain-based laws of nature. Vedic science deals with formless basic constituents (Pancha-Mohabhuta) which promotes the universal science.

Associated with various organizations as :

  • Vice-President Indian Physics Association (Bhubaneswar Chapter), 1989-91.
  • President, Indian Institute of Metals (Bhubaneswar Chapter), 2000-2001.
  • President, CSIR Pensioners Welfare Association, Bhubaneswar Branch since Feb.2009.
  • Member Director of Senior Consultant and Adviser Group (SCAG), Bhubaneswar.
  • President, Institute of Philosophy of Nature (IPN).
  • Former member of Governing Body and Technical Committee of Pathani Samanta Planetarium. 


  1. Best Model designer, First Prize, 12th Annual Exhibition. 1965, Jadavpur   University.
  2.  Awarded first prize for the best paper in plasma polymerization in the year 1993 by Orissa  Chemical Society.
  3. Received Malavya Award in 1993 from Indian Ceramic Society for my work in Plasma Dissociation of Zircon.
  4. Received Indian Institute of Metals Award (Bhubaneswar Chapter) in 1996 for my work in the field of plasma Metallurgy and Materials Science.
  5. Received Samanta Chandrasekhara Award for the year 2000 in the field of Engineering and Technology from Orissa Bigyan Academy.
  6. Received Jyotirbidya Bachaspti (2003) from Samanta Chandrasekhar Smruti Parisad for my significant contribution in astronomy.
  7. Received Krupajal Sanmman-2009 for life time significant contribution in science and technology from Krupajal Group of Institutions, Bhubaneswar.
  8. Felicitated by CSIR for significant R&D contribution and facility creation at CSIR-IMMT, Bhubaneswar, during CSIR Platinum Jubilee Celebration 2016.
  9. Felicitated as Senior Scientist of Odisha-2019 by Odisha Bigyan Academy.
  10. Life Time Achievement Award 2022 (R & D), Indian institute of mineral engineers.  

Publications : Research articles: 107 publications, 59 presentations, Patents: 43, Books: 08

  1. Celestial Dynamics 1985.
  2. Planetary Electrodynamics, Vol. I, 1998.
  3.  Planetary Electrodynamics, Vol. II, 2000.
  4. Universal Mystery Unfolded, Vol. III, 2012.
  5. Vedic Science Enriches Modern Science, Vol. IV, 2018.
  6. New Model of Atomic Structure, Vol. V, 2018.
  7. Reality Behind Relativity, Vol. VI, 2018.
  8. Unified Understanding of Nature, Vol. VII, 2018. The books 2-8 (Vo. I to Vol. VII) are written under the series “Dynamics of Universe- Inter Play of Matter Space and Charge”.

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