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Navagraha Katha - The Story Of Guru

Navagraha, or the nine planets, have always had a close relationship with mankind. Bhrigushree Monica Anand, the founding-member and director of Bhrigu Shastram, a group of Bhrigu Shastris committed to spread the beauty and goodness of Bhrigu ... Speaking Tree, 4 days ago

WOMEN WERE ESTEEMED IN ANCIENT INDIA

Indian society, with all its achievements in terms of religion, culture, philosophy, science and literacy, was misrepresented by English historians before European society — their only objective being to justify their illegal occupation of the ...
 The Statesman6 days ago
Insead Knowledge

Turning Competition into Collaboration

Collaboration Competition is healthy but winning can come at a hefty price. Sometimes the swiftest way forward is to replace conflict with collaboration. According to Hindu mythology, Garuda was a giant bird, whose mother had been tricked into ...
 Insead Knowledge1 week ago
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If Sanskrit is to live on, it needs to be taught better

If the classical language is to live in India, its teachers and fans must separate their love for the language from that for the country or their religion, feels Arundhuti Dasgupta The debate over Sanskrit has the country in thrall. Some are angry that German, which gives students access to a global education, has been given the short shrift. Others are jubilant that the glory of Sanskrit is being revived, while some question the rationale of teaching our children three languages. Let us, for ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

HOW WELL IS GOVERNMENT WORKING?

pk chhetri says the traditional system was way better than the modern system of authority and it's time this was acknowledged and changes made IT's impossible for any government to shoulder the responsibility of an entire country without ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Sanskrit and the learning curve

The debate over Sanskrit has the country in thrall. Some are angry that German, which gives students access to a global education, has been given the short shrift. Others are jubilant that the glory of Sanskrit is being revived, while some question ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago

43 lagnas this wedding season, but only six most auspicious

PATNA: Wedding season is round the corner with there being at least 43 'lagnas' between November 24 this year and March 14 next year. However, only six of these marriage dates are "most auspicious", according to the Kashi 'panchang'. "November 25, ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Thursday's child

There was commotion upstairs. Women calling out in panic. A great-aunt, almost hundred, lived on the second floor with her attendant, Brihaspati. I rushed upstairs and found the second-floor veranda flooded with the morning sun. TV melodrama poured out of the ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago
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