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And the mountains echoed: Mountain Echoes Literary Festival ends

Thimphu, Aug 27 (IANS) The eighth edition of the Mountain Echoes Literary Festival reached its culmination on Sunday evening here. The three-day literary extravaganza in Bhutan's picturesque capital city saw literary stalwarts from several countries ... Sify, 4 weeks ago

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88 singles drugs and 33 compound formulations have been carried out under drug standardization in the year 2016-17: AYUSH Minister

Year wise details of the study and research activities in Ayurveda including literary and conceptual study, clinical and therapeutic research and drug development research undertaken by CCRAS during the last three years and the current year are as under :- ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Thirukkural's Kannada translator neglected by K'taka govt

Writer Pa Sha Srinivas, who translated 'Thirukkural', a literary work of Thiruvalluvar into Kannada language and has served the Kannada Study Centre in Tamil Nadu for over 45 years, is today languishing in anonymity as even making ends meet has become ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Stress on Sanskrit knowledge to understand Indian heritage

DIBRUGARH, Sept 7 - Knowledge of Sanskrit as well as Pali and Prakrit literature is needed to understand ancient Indian heritage. Though the stress is now on Sanskrit literature, a proper study of the other classical literary traditions is also essential to ...
 The Assam Tribune2 weeks ago
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The thinking that men should not cry is a result of patriarchy!

Lavanya Shanbhogue, a Commonwealth short story prize winner, quit her career in financial services to pursue her passion for writing. All photographs: Kind courtesy Your Story We often hear of people leaving behind flourishing careers in the pursuit of their dreams. For example, the software engineer who quit his job to go back to his hometown and start farming, or the chartered accountant, who gave up a plum job to become a music sensation. But one often fails to consider the years of ...
 Rediff.com16 hours ago

Mihir A Desai: Me and Money

MODERN DEMOCRACY HAS its roots in the French Revolution and there are numerous reasons given for why the French people decided to take matters in their own hands. In The Wisdom of Finance: Discovering Humanity in the World of Risk and Return (Profile Books; ...
 Open Magazine4 days ago

The Piazza and the Car Park

A DECADE IS A long time in the life of a culture, and much changed during the 1980s. But arguably far more changed, and changed unthinkably, between 1989 and 1993. The American writer Benjamin Kunkel, founder-editor of the journal n+1 , said in an interview ...
 Open Magazine2 weeks ago

Devdutt Pattanaik: Mythomaniac

EARLY IN HIS new book My Hanuman Chalisa (Rupa; Rs 295; 170 pages)—a verse-by-verse discussion of one of Hinduism’s most popular devotional hymns—mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik offers an insight about the ‘north’ and the ‘south’ in the Ramayana.
 Open Magazine1 month ago
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Once There Was a City Named Dilli: Rediscovering Delhi through the words of Intizar Husain

While wandering the bylanes of Daryaganj, Faiz Ullah stumbled upon a stack of pirated copies of Intizar Husain's urdu work Dilli tha Jiska Naam . He picked up a few copies for friends, gifting one of them to his sister Ghazala Jamil, thinking it might help ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Of wizards, witches and new Harry Potter books!

This is not a drill. We repeat: This is not a drill! Two new Harry Potter books are on their way.And fans have clearly not lost any passion for the franchise. IMAGE: A fan enjoys a Harry Potter moment at Kings Cross Station, in London, on June 26, the 20th anniversary of the first Harry Potter book, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.The book grew into a seven-novel series that sold 450 million copies in 29 languages and sparked a $7 billion movie franchise. Photograph: Eddie ...
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