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Sulba Sutra Geometry: Can We Teach It In Schools Today? | C K Raju | #SangamTalks | Vedic Mathmatics

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLI_UU6dfnE Indians often boast that the śulba sūtra-s (manuals for masons to construct fire altars) “state the Pythagorean theorem before Pythagoras”. To the contrary, our NCERT school texts summarily reject all non-Western geometry as inferior. Who is right? Neither! The key instrument of śulba-sūtra geometry is the śulba (or rajju) or

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Comparative Analysis of Kurukshetra War Dates | Jijith Nandumuri Ravi | Mahabharata | #SangamTalks

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YeqvIkojal4 The Dating of Kurukshetra War between the Kauravas and the Pandavas mentioned in the Mahabharata, is one of the intellectual activities of many scholars. The dates ranging from 800 BCE to 5561 BCE is proposed by various scholars. This talk is the result of a critical study done on the

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The Real Reason Behind Why Did ‘Allah Baksh Sumroo’ Opt For A United India

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Reconversion Of Converted Hindus: The Role Of Devala Smriti & Panchagavya

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The Deniel Of ASI To Showcase Indraprastha at Purana Qila | Neera Mishra

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0800Ue-houw When we started surveying the archeological sites of Delhi could not find a single site that has any plaque or any notification saying that this is the site linked to Ancient India. We found some inscriptions in some books, we hunted and found them lying in some godown in Lal

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The Division Of Sanskrit Versus Dravidian | Raj Vedam

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ethkBkUtR4 Who was the first person who caused the division of Sanskrit versus Dravidian? When William Carey, Thomas Colebrooke, Charles Willies believe that every Indian language has derived from Sanskrit (1700s),there was a person called A.C. Campbell who was based in Telugu regions. He wrote a book called Telugu grammar (1816).

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Harappan To Brahmi: The Story Of Scripts | Raj Vedam

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmT6wwRbd2s What is the story of scripts? What is the Harappan script? How is it related to Brahmi? There are three hypothesis on the Indus scripts. This is from a work by Prof. Rajesh Rao. 1. The Harappan script does not encode language. It is only a sign language, does not encode

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Archeological Narrative of Southern India | Raj Vedam

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHZXWK7I3UQ Keezhadi: is the site on the bank of Vaigai river around 20 miles outside Madurai. From this paper between between 2014 - 2016 I got picture over here (slide) This is a very interesting picture because it shows Terracotta pipes. Last we saw such pipes in I buds Valley civilisation.

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The Agastya Story | Raj Vedam | Aryan Invasion Myth | Dravida Desa

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=omgFaWEkT6k We know that the sage Agastya came from the Northern part of India, crossed the Vindhyas, told the Vindhyas don't grow till I come back and he is supposed to have come to South. So, Prof. Abhyankar said If Agastya was the first to cross the Vindhyas and see Canopus,

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