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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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[Q/A] Thank You India: A German Woman’s Journey To The Wisdom Of Yoga — A Talk By Maria Wirth

Main Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7CxUn… Maria Wirth's book "Thank You India" is a tribute to India and its wisdom. Maria Wirth came to India in 1980 on a stop over and got drawn into a seeker’s journey. Searching for truth and encountering the many remarkable men and women from Sai Baba to Sri

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Kautilya’s Framework For Defense, Communal Harmony And Governance

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvCm9JO5Hw4 if you look at defense capabilities, for example, he suggested building of ports, he had a large army, diplomatic initiatives and also setting up intelligence gathering and analysis units. For example there are four types of fighting units besides the strong force. It had an infantry, a cavalry and chariot

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Kautilya’s Policies On Labour In Arthashastra | Nitisara | Mauryan Polity

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aVeiAp1OYrA Labor is another component, one of the scholars and the subject mentions that he found the right mix. Mr. Balbir singh finds the right mix of job security servings and sanctions, to address the issue moral hazards. They are very innovative thing that at least for those times. Kautilya focused

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Kautilya’s Trading Philosophy | Mauryan Polity | Arthashastra | Nitisara

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dK2nbNXgLA4 a quote which kind of mentions about how pearls could be imported from Ceylon, a aloe from Burma, woolen clothes from Nepal and furs and horses from Gandhara. Gandhara which is today probably Afghanistan and Vanayu from Arabia, Persia and wine from Afghanistan and Scythia. I mean this is probably

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