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Did Brahmins Really Monopolize Education In Ancient India? — #SangamTalk By Pankaj Saxena

Shri Pankaj Saxena has shed light on a very important, often discussed topic in the present talk. He discusses in detail the prerequisites and hardships of Vedic studies in ancient India and that being the main reason why these studies were passed on through families. These studies were highly specialized

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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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Some Stories, Some Science – #SangamTalk By Raj Vedam

Stories acquire deep importance in pedagogy in ancient India and were a key instrument to communicate some wisdom. Several ancient works including Upanishads and Puranas contain conversations that recourse to entertaining stories to reinforce a moral or an aphorism. Most people are familiar with the Panchatantra and Vikramaditya-Vetala stories that

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Ancient Indic Roots Of Knowledge Systems – Part III: Medical & Music Heritage – A Talk By Raj Vedam

In this talk, the speaker highlights the many contributions by ancient Indic scientists and thinkers over vast periods of time, and show the understated but dramatic impact of those ideas both in the ancient world, and in contemporary times. Using selected examples from technology, medicine, music, math, astronomy and grammar,

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Ancient Indic Roots of Knowledge Systems – Part II: Astronomy Heritage – A Talk By Raj Vedam

In this talk, the speaker highlights the many contributions by ancient Indic scientists and thinkers over vast periods of time, and show the understated but dramatic impact of those ideas both in the ancient world, and in contemporary times. Using selected examples from technology, medicine, music, math, astronomy and grammar,

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Ancient Indic Roots Of Knowledge Systems – Part 1: Epistemology, Roots, Technological Prowess, Mathematical Heritage – A Talk By Raj Vedam

In this talk, the speaker highlights the many contributions by ancient Indic scientists and thinkers over vast periods of time, and show the understated but dramatic impact of those ideas both in the ancient world, and in contemporary times. Using selected examples from technology, medicine, music, math, astronomy and grammar,

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How The Mughals & The British Created Widespread Poverty In India

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WbRSU9qkdCQ The Vedic system, the caste system, kept the lower classes to their positions without giving them access to studies and other such things and that accounts a widespread poverty in India; that is what Marxist would like you to believe, and that's what has been pushed in the textbooks, like

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Why Sanskrit is the MOST Scientific Language?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eC68JY7tPCA Conventional language, if you look at it, its all object specific. What is this in English? Hand… What is this? What is this? That’s all. Someone told us.., taught us.., we learnt it. But you do not have the right to ask why it is called ‘Hand’? Why this is

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