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The Belgian orientalist and indologist Koenraad Elst was with us, to tell his story. The writer of several books like, “The Saffron Swastika” and “Decolonizing Hindu Mind” talked about his childhood, his upbringing and his love for India, in this interview. He also answered several Read More
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Bhagwan Shankaracharya was 8 years old when he left his house. He took sanyas at the age of 9 years. After that what he accomplished cannot even be conceived of today. Between the ages of 12 and 16 years, Bhagwan Shankaracharya wrote commentaries on Prasthanatrayi, 3 types of Prasthaan and Read More
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So just talking about the mentoring on one of the forum, number of you might be aware of it. If not there is one forum called Bharat Rakshak Forum, some of you might know this, BRF. Of course you can have a handle there, it doesn't have to be your Read More
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I would like to talk to you about the start of Kaliyuga. People at this point wonder what on earth am I doing, why am I talking about Kaliyuga? Well, it turns out that Kaliyuga is an absolute marker for all the Indian calendars. So, for example Aryabhatta gives his Read More
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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
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
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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Namaste to everyone.
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
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This is Brahamanical Mahabharata Shanti Parva where Bhishma instructs fair practises of battles. 'wounded soldiers should be cured by victors and then set free'. I challenge any hindu hater to show such noble rules of war anywhere else in world at that time. pic.twitter.com/MUcxUcpxfo
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Now, the importance of the Ramayana in Indian civilization has been emphasized by many religious leaders, public thinkers through the ages, and what is the Ramayana? It is a manual of morals; it is to instruct a people in right conduct and right values. It is a national code. Ram Read More
So, now very early on we find scenes of the Ramayana depicted in art. The first art depiction of the Ramayana is a terracotta of the second century BCE. It shows Ravan carrying away Sita and Sita is shown throwing down her ornaments, hoping that that will help somebody to Read More
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The important role that logic has enjoyed in the Indian cultural area is due to belief in the overarching Vedic system that knowledge is of two kinds: objective and subjective.
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This paper reviewed some elements of Indian astronomy in Greece; also, a study of art has provided evidence of the Indic element in the Graeco-Roman world.
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The continuing analysis of the astronomical references in Hindu texts imply that astronomical ideas developed in India in stages.
These stages can be seen in the different layers of the Vedic texts, the Brahmanas and the Vedanga Jyotisa.
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The Yazidis were denounced as infidels by al-Qaeda in Iraq who sanctioned their indiscriminate killing. The Islamic State began a campaign of destroying Yazidi cities and villages in 2014.
The Yazidis claim to have originated in India, and the veneration of the peacock may be a Read More
Kicking off a series of talks and interviews on the Ayodhya Ram Mandir issue, Srijan Foundation organised a Srijan Talk titled, "Case For Ram Mandir At Ayodhya" by Dr. Meenakshi Jain at INTACH, New Delhi.
The esteemed speaker, Dr. Meenakshi Jain holds a Ph.D from Delhi University and specialises in Cultural Studies. She Read More
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Does your name appear on an Indus Valley seal? Read to find out.
Back in the 1970s, my family lived in southern California. The infamous smog there often caused school closings in summer. I can recall walking home through the caustic, murky air, choking, eyes streaming Read More
Srijan Foundation organised a talk on Ayodhya Ram Mandir issue, kicking of a series of talks and interviews on this topic at INTACH, Lodhi Estate.
The speaker, Dr. Meenakshi Jain is Ph.D from Delhi Univeristy. She specialises in Cultural Studies. She is presently a member of the Governing Council, ICHR.
Here is the Read More
This article is part of a series of articles on the Date of major episodes from the Indian History. The primary source of information for the article is the talk organised by the Srijan Foundation at the Press Club of India. Sh. Nilesh Nilkanth Oak presented the talk on the Read More
This article is part of a series of articles explaining the propositions made by Sh. Nilesh Nilkanth Oak on the date of Mahabharata and the Ramayana. The primary source of information for this article is the talk organized by the Srijan Foundation at the Press Club of India.
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This article is 4th in the series of articles explaining Sh. Nilesh Nilkanth Oak’s propositions with respect to the date of the Mahabharata and the Ramayana. The primary source of information for this piece is the talk organized by the Srijan Foundation at the Press Club of India. The topic Read More
This article is third in a series of articles that explain Sh. Nilesh Nilkanth Oaks’ propositions with respect to the date of the Mahabharata and the Ramayana. The primary source of information for this article is the talk organized by the Srijan Foundation at the Press Club of India. The Read More
In a series of articles, we will be unfolding Nilesh Oaks’ opinions and arguments on the date of Mahabharata and Ramayana. The author has used the talk delivered by Nilesh Oak at the Press Club of India which was organized by the Srijan Foundation as subject material along with other Read More
Srijan Foundation organised a talk by Nilesh Oak at the Press Club of India. The topic of the talk was 'Dating of the Ramayana and Mahabharata'.
The speaker, Nilesh Nilkanth Oak is the author of 'When did the Mahabharata war happen?: The Mystery of Arundhati' and 'The Historic Rama: Indian civilization Read More