A great deal was written about Jarasandha, the King of Magadha, and his refusal to accept Krishna as an incarnation or a god. By Mukul Sharma This writer participated in a fascinating online seminar the other day called, "Were there any atheists in the ... Economic Times, 1 month ago
JFF stands committed to the cause of spreading culture of cinema appreciation to audiences across India.The 5th Jagran Film Festival, Mumbai 2014, showcases several national and international short and feature films across genres. While all these ...Web Newswire, 1 week ago
Previous Next Use ← → keys to navigate The astronomical dating of the events in the two great historical texts of the ancient world, Ramayana and Mahabharata indicate that Ramayana took place at around 5000 BCE, while Mahabharata took ...Speaking Tree, 2 weeks ago
1. Promises should be kept, but make sure they do not get outdated The classic example for this is Pitamaha Bheeshma. Under one context of getting his father married to Satyavati, he took a vow of lifelong celibacy, but when the circumstances ...CAclubindia, 1 month ago
By participated in a fascinating online seminar the other day called, "Were there any atheists in the Mahabharata?" Fascinating, because, as it turned out, there really were none — incidentally, asuras don't count because one could never tell who ...Economic Times, 1 month ago
By Devdutt Pattanaik Everybody loves the story of Abhimanyu in the Mahabharata. This son of Arjuna and Subhadra was a young lad who knew how to enter a battle formation called Chakravyuha but did not know how to get out, yet he plunged himself into ...Economic Times, 1 month ago Why companies love Abhimanyus who die young Economic Times, 1 month ago
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