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Book Reference: - "War in High Himalaya: The Indian Army in High Crisis, 1962" written by Major General D K Palit. Page 20.
‘Rubbish! Total Rubbish! We don’t need a defense policy. Our policy is Ahimsa. We foresee no military threats. As far as I am concerned Read More
In fact, even the people who practice this menstruation practices, they have forgotten there is an Ayurvedic rationale, Ayurvedic element to most of the menstruation practices that is mentioned in Vedas, Dharmasathra-s or any other texts. Ayurveda recognizes menstruation as a physiological process governed by the Tridosha-s. I spoke about Read More
So, these practices give a positive perceptionand add to this the fact thatThe Hindus consider their goddesses has menstruation and celebrate festivals in honour of them. There is a festival Kamakhya, well known festival in Assam. The Kamakhya festival, I think Ambubachi, it is called where the goddess undergo yearly menstruation for three days Read More
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Palayoor or Palayur is located near Chavakkad in Thrissur district and is 2km away from Guruvayoor. Palayoor Mahadeva Temple does not exist today. This temple was demolished by Christians and a Church was built in that place. Christians Read More
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The concept that Ashaucha is something that is associated with menstruation. Third, but it does not, the story does not stop with saying, No! No! Women have become color of guilt, have attached to them, No, it does not stop there. It says, that the story is all about how Read More
In the level of the Praana-s, we have the 5 Praanas – Prana, Apana, Vyana, Udana, Samana. You will see, you can see the details online on the yogic text etc. So, this balance of this 5, they all have a particular activity, particular role in our body, it’s not, Read More
Today, most of the, all our understanding is based on modern science. We say, we have a physical body and even our mind is denied an independent existence. They say the brain activity makes us think, but this is not how our Hindu tradition understands. This is not how our Read More
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The first few months of the year 1689 saw the Marathas pass through their toughest time. Chhatrapati Sambhaji, who had ably led them against the Mughals for almost a decade, had been captured and cruelly put to death. The capital fort — Raigad — had been besieged Read More
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Why is giving birth important? In our entire Hindu tradition, giving birth is considered very highly sacred, very highly punya, the Dharmic activity which is enormous merit, why? Because, birth is not just making babies as we call it today. It’s not making babies just that. It is a giving Read More
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It’s indeed a privilege to be here today, and to be called all way from Pune, to speak to the select audience that has been invited here and the purpose of the talk is of course as the title says is Zari Patka in Delhi.
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The Srijan Foundation organized a talk by Arihant Pawariya at INTACH, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi. The topic of the talk was ‘RTE - Minorityism in Indian Education’.
Here is the video of complete talk.
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Britain built itself off the looting of Indian. From the destruction of the Indian industry to the imposing of taxation on poorest. Indian farmers were forced to grow opium instead of food crops. This led to millions starving to death. Britain's legacy in India is one of Read More
Raja Choudhury as he takes us on a historical and spiritual journey into the making of Angkor Wat and the sacred history and power of Cambodia and Vietnam. Raja will guide us on an Indiana Jones style quest into this exotic and mysterious region of the World.
We will discover:
1.How Indian Read More
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The Srijan Foundation organized a talk by Vijay Kumar and Anuraag Saxena at Press Club Of India. The topic of the talk was 'Bringing Our Gods Home: Reclaiming India's Stolen Treasures'.
Here is the complete talk and Q&A session.
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The Srijan Foundation organized a talk by Temsutula Imsong and Shailesh Pandey on the topic ‘Moving towards a Swachh Bharat with #Shramdaan’.
The mission called Shramdaan brings together groups of people in different cities to voluntarily adopt public places, clean them up and maintain them on a regular basis. Here is the complete Read More
So, today’s topic is Menstruation Practices in Hinduism, What & Why? Yes, it is an offbeat topic, but I think nevertheless it is equally a very important topic. Menstruation is one of the, you know, all the adult woman go through it, affects them, influences them at a very deeper Read More
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Brigadier Baqir Siddiqui, Chief of Staff, Eastern Command of Pakistan Army surrenders with his 12,000 men before Indian Army Major General Gandharv Nagra on December 21, 1971.
This is a less publicized and less well-known surrender ceremony which took place on December 21 1971, days after the first surrender Read More
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Source: - This article is originally published in Pragyata.com. Author - Sri Subhash Kak.
Language, as part of human expression, may be viewed in analogy with genetic expression. Evolution of language is a result of complex temporal and spatial processes where, if one could aggregate the processes, one may speak in Read More
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These three fellow propagated the Aryan Invasion Theory. Methods of linguistics largely the reason to draw conclusions. pic.twitter.com/kkVEpunV5d
— Rahul Dewan (@rahuldewan) December 8, 2017
Linguistics have a very European centric view of development of languages. Simply depicts distance between languages. This ‘language tree’ could easily be Read More
Source: - This article is originally published in Swarjya magazine, Author is Padmabhushan David Frawly.
Most pure Sanskrit names are found in Tamil Nadu and Sanskrit learning is best preserved in South India.
Great Vedantic teachers have come from the south including Swami Dayananda, Swami Chinmayananda and Ramana Maharshi.
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Kumbh Mela just inscribed on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Congratulations, #India #IntangibleHeritage #12COM
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— UNESCO (@UNESCO) December 7, 2017
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I am not going to make the argument that because we don’t have enough resources and it’s already an overpopulated country, let’s not take more people on board. Sorry, I won’t take that position at all, for a very good reason because I am in favor of giving shelter to Read More
So, the issue of protecting the ethnic identity of Assam is something that has always been an issue ever since its accession to the Union of India and therefore you had one of the first legislations to come out after the Foreigners Act OF 1946, was the Immigrants Expulsion Act Read More
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To say that we do not have a law as far as refugees are concerned, we perhaps have what is known as a standard operating procedure that came out in I think 29th December 2011, and the NDA government has subsequently applied same standard operating procedure. I will just read Read More
When I have this example, which has received the endorsement of the highest court of the land, in three successive judgements. I wish to understand what is it that I am saying, which is not supported by facts and law? Now they say, no, no. Even if there is no Read More
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I was asked to tell the audience something about Sanskrit Language. Sanskrit is such a language, I have not come here to boast about Sanskrit, to preach about its greatness. The experience which I have gained from worshipping this Sanskrit language, the experience which I understand is my Read More
In fact, they should be held to higher standards. Any statement that they make, they cannot withdraw. You make a statement, you think through that statement and make that statement. Then what they do is, so we just discussed the Foreigners Act, we discussed the IMDT Act. Now you have Read More
Now, before that there is one thing we need to address. We live in a nation state. If we live in a nation state, certain assumptions and presumptions go along with the concept of a nation state, which means I am entitled to protect my borders. So, I have the Read More
If you are a democracy, I hope that rule of law is one of the necessary concomitant, that flows with democracy, that is consistent with democracy and democratic values and constitutional values. Therefore, I just need to ask myself before a court of Law, Is my position wrong in Law? Read More
Now the point is, there are two issues that I wish to address as part of illegal immigration in India as on date. Obviously, the immediate news peg is Rohingya, but something that has been simmering and festering for a very long time, at least since 1960s or even the Read More
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