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About 22 results for "indology"

Padma award for German Indologist

Annette Schmiedchen, a German citizen who received Padma Shri this year for her work in Indology and Sanskrit, hoped the recognition would boost the Indo-German ties. Times of India, 4 weeks ago

Government planning centrally-funded institutes on Indology

The proposal of the Smriti Irani run human resource development ministry is aimed at correcting the "flaws of the present education system". NEW DELHI: The government is planning to establish the country's first centrally-funded institutes of Indology on the ...
 Economic Times2 months ago

The theatre of gods

The heady experience of colour sinks in first. The artistes are swathed in vivid paint, heavy kattai (wooden) ornaments inlaid with mirrorwork, elaborate headgear, and colourful costumes. There is live music from the harmonium, mridangam and the ...
 Deccan Herald12 minutes ago

Heidelberg woos Indians with new, relevant disciplines

Heidelberg University, the oldest institution in Germany, has organised a press conference, followed by a lecture and seminar in the India International Centre, New Delhi as part of its efforts to encourage Indian students to apply for its programme and ...
 The Financial Chronicle4 days ago
New Indian Express

'Need to Sow Western Thoughts in Sanskrit'

THANJAVUR:Rajiv Malhotra, Founder-Director of Infinity Foundation, Princeton, USA, said rather than translating our knowledge into English, the need is to translate western philosophies into Sanskrit so that we can pursue the studies on our own ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

Leading German scholar awarded in India

Classical Sanskrit is the root of many Indo-Aryan group languages and is sometimes a cause of debate among Indians. According to statistics, less than 1% of Indians speak Sanskrit, and it is mainly used by priests in religious practices. Specially ...
 Digital Journal1 week ago

Where culture, conservation, art and education converge

Nanditha Krishna, Director,C. P. Ramaswami Aiyar Foundation interacting with students of The Grove School. Photo. M. Moorthy Chennai. 05/02/2015. For City: Dr. Nanditha Krishna, Director, The C. P. Ramaswami Aiyar Foundation interacting with ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
BNR

Unique works of modern Indian art on display in Sofia

"Art is one of the best mediators. Through art people learn more about the different cultures of the world - through music, movies, and paintings created tens of thousands of kilometers away from their own country. Art makes more understandable life ...
 BNR3 weeks ago

ICHR set to get scholars sceptical of European models

If historians have believed that Aryans came from outside India, the Indian Council of Historical Research is set to see a new team that may not agree. Scholars who question 'European models' to study India will soon be on the body, after the old ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago

Farewell, the last great Goan polymath

India lost one of its greatest and most unique scholars when the brightest star in Goa's living intellectual firmament, Dr Jose Pereira, died in New York this week. The 84-year-old had been struggling with Parkinson's disease for some years, his ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
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