Jagat Veda Peetta
Dr Jagannatham and Srimati Vedavati believed that
"Imagination is more important than knowledge" during
the Great Depression years in 1930s. They faced the adversity
testimony of the success of their life is the success of their four
children and the establishment of Jagat Veda Peetta in 1986.
Dr Jagannatham was a proponent of female education and
Mrs Vedavati took keen interest in children's issues. Together
they inculcated the spirit of the Vedas in their four children
resulting in the award of four PhDs, numerous research publications
winning a Nobel prize in 2015, and the award of the
Breakthrough Prize in 2016.
Located in the Pedda Waltair suburb of the picturesque coastal city
of Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh, India, Jagat Veda Peetta is a
prominent landmark on Karaka Chettu Road.