Courtesy: – Indian Diplomacy. There is a very important bridge of culture joining India and Japan. In the words of HE Mr. Yasukuni Enoki, Former Ambassador of Japan – “It is very important for the Japanese to know that in… Read More ›
Source: – Indian Diplomacy YouTube Channel.
Source: – Satadru Saha Youtube channel. The Hindus believe in many gods and goddesses. At the same time they also believe in the existence of one Supreme God, whom they call variously as Paramatma (Supreme Self), Parameshwar (Supreme Lord), Parampita… Read More ›
Source: True Indology / Twitter. The young Sannyasin Shankara from Kerala reaches Mahishmati to debate with the great (purva) mimamsa scholar Mandana Mishra.Debate was between two vedic schoolsThe learned Ubhaya Bharati, wife of Mandana, acts as judge.Shankaracharya defeats Mandana Misra… Read More ›
Source: Adiyogi YouTube Channel. Why & How Indian Temples Were Created ? How Kailash Temple in Ellora Caves were created ? Sadhguru explains how a temple is a tool to make the divine more manifestly experience-able. He looks at how… Read More ›
Research found massive increase in gray matter density and cortical thickness in the brains of Sanskrit students
Source:- Subhash Kak / Twitter. "Research found massive increase in gray matter density and cortical thickness in the brains of Sanskrit students in the areas of language, memory and visual systems." An example of the SANSKRIT EFFECT.https://t.co/L3WDChF9Uu — Subhash Kak… Read More ›
Source: – Sadhguru YouTube channel. For centuries, Sadhguru says, India boasted a vibrant economy which caught the eye of the whole world, but achieved this without a sense of conquest. Featured Image credit -> https://goo.gl/19haUf
Source: – The Hindu. A 4,000 year old fire ritual conducted in the remote village in Kerala in April this year has a positive impact on the atmosphere, soil and other environment effects, according to scientists who are now ready… Read More ›
Source: – David Avocado Wolfe in Facebook.
Source: – Prashant Parikh FB Post. By tradition, based mostly upon the planetary position, the fourteenth day of this particular fortnight every year [one day before new moon when Sun is in Kumbha] is looked upon as a day of… Read More ›