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VIMANA
The "Vimana" is one such concept in ancient Indian texts that has been in the spotlight of most scholars, historians, and enthusiasts of ancient technology. Indeed, Vimanas, as they are described in Hindu epics or Vedic literature, flying machines or celestial chariots have amazed many a knowledgeable intellect, and some even go to the extent of citing them as evidence for advanced knowledge in aeronautical science in ancient India.
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  • 18 Jun 2024
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The inventions from India
India, with its history and diversity of culture, has been a significant cradle of innovation and invention in humankind for centuries. From ancient times to the present, Indian inventors and intellectuals have contributed much to mathematics, astronomy, medicine, technology and games.
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  • 14 Jun 2024
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Necessity of VEDAS and UPANISHADS at schools
It can be claimed that research in the VEDAS and UPANISHADS, though unfoundedly projected as religious scriptures of Hinduism, actually contains deep reservoirs of knowledge related to science, history, morality, and philosophy. Going deeper into it, we would find that under its vast legacy, these texts contain a deep reservoir of knowledge. This piece warms up to the fact that these texts should be incorporated in the modern education curricula since they have the potential to impart all such essential life skills and wisdom.
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  • 03 Jun 2024
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SOCH: The Mental Colonization Of India
India is a land of immense plurality, rich cultural heritage, and multiple forms of colonization since centuries. Though the physical colonization by the British ended in 1947, the mental colonization persists through several socio-economic and cultural mechanisms. This article discusses the concept of mental colonization in India, termed as "SOCH" (Spirit of Colonial Hangover), its historical roots, contemporary manifestations, and its struggle to seek and acquire indigenous identities and histories.
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  • 27 May 2024
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MANDIR: More than just a religious temple
Mandir, a religious temple for Hindus to worship. This is the glimpse everybody thinks as they hear the word "Mandir" and a great mistake they make is that they don't think anything beyond this thought. In ancient times, Mandirs were not just a place of worship but also................
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  • 21 May 2024
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Cosmic Harmony with Pradeep Bhanot
Pradeep Bhanot: Illuminating Cosmic Pathways to Harmony and Growth   In the vast tapestry of cosmic guidance, one luminary figure shines with unparalleled brilliance: Pradeep Bhanot, the esteemed astrologer and Vastu Shastra expert. For over two decades, he has been a guiding beacon, revered for his transformative methods and unwavering dedication to empowering individuals from diverse backgrounds.   Bhanot's approach to astrology and Vastu Shastra transcends the ordinary, as he seamlessly amalgamates ancient wisdom with contemporary innovation. Through his unique methodology, he facilitates energetic equilibrium within spaces, catalyzing positive transformations in individuals' lives without necessitating drastic changes.   Under the tutelage of the esteemed Dr. Ajai Bhambi, Bhanot honed his skills in the esoteric arts of Vedic astrology and Vastu Shastra, garnering acclaim for his profound insights and meticulous guidance.   What sets Bhanot apart is his unwavering focus on the soul's odyssey. Through his transformative "Cosmic Soul Sessions," he delves deep into the recesses of consciousness, unraveling latent potentials and steering individuals towards self-realization and actualization.   Operating under the banner of "Pradeep Bhanot's- The Cosmic Voice," he endeavors to empower individuals to harmonize with their cosmic essence and cultivate balanced living and working environments. From Cosmic Soul Sessions to bespoke Vastu Consultations, Bhanot offers tailored guidance to address the unique needs of each seeker.   With a wealth of experience spanning over two decades, Pradeep Bhanot remains steadfast in his mission to illuminate pathways to enlightenment and personal growth. He serves as a steadfast beacon of hope and clarity in an ever-evolving world, inspiring seekers to embrace their cosmic potential and navigate life's complexities with grace and purpose.
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  • 13 May 2024
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PATALIPUTRA
Patna, frequently seemed simply as the capital of Bihar, possesses a historical lineage that spans millennia, making it one of the oldest constantly inhabited cities in the global. With a rich tapestry of cultural, religious, and historical significance, Patna stands as a testament to the enduring legacy of historical India.
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  • 13 May 2024
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COVID-19 and Participatory Music-Making
Participatory music-making is any music-making activity in which individuals engage for the sake of the activity itself. It can be contrasted with presentational music-making, which takes the production of a performance or recording for consumption by an audience as a principal objective. During the COVID-19 pandemic, participatory musicians adopted a variety of technological means by which to make music together online. While virtual activities allowed these individuals to sustain their communities and grow as musicians, they did not satisfy all the needs met by in-person music-making. Additionally, online music-making increased access for some but posed barriers to access for others. Virtual participatory music-making remains relevant following the relaxation of pandemic restrictions, and it will likely grow in significance as communications technologies and internet access improve.
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  • 07 May 2024
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Sone Ki Chidiya
"Sone Ki Chidiya" which means "A golden bird" but have you wondered why India was known by this name? Let's find out in this article
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  • 06 May 2024
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GURUKUL: The Schools of Ancient India
"GURUKUL" a combination of the Sanskrit words Guru(Teacher) and Kula(Home or Family) which literally means "Home of the Guru". This research talks about the Gurukuls of Ancient India, the education system of our own India which was demolished by the Britishers.
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