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Krishna is the Divinity, Joy, Love, Bliss we seek and yearn for. He is purna in all aspects and one who makes him his own also becomes purna or perfect in all possible ways. Coming in contact with him, remembering him is to be plunged in the ocean of Ananda.
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One usually thinks of Sanskrit as only the language of religion, scripture and prayer. But in truth, Sanskrit is the language in which almost every subject was written.
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Varalakshmi Vratam Puja is celebrated on the last Friday of Shukla Paksha (Waxing Moon period) during the Shravan month just before the Purnima.
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It is anybody’s guess that the free spirit is not manifest yet in the nation. We are caged by past imprints on the Bharatiya chitti.
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The article aims to compile the salient features of human nature relevant to economics that emerged as a product of exploration by various Indian saints.
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From the time of Adam Smith to the more recent Behavioural Economics, there has been considerable churn over the last 250 years in the economic approach to understanding human nature. The article briefly examines the treatment of Indian Knowledge Systems into Human Nature and the promise of Artha, an Indian Economic philosophy repurposed and updated...
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By Sreejit Datta, Assistant Professor, Director of Centre for Civilisational Studies & Resident Mentor Would it not be a conceited gesture, highly counterproductive to the purpose at hand, if one were to commence some kind of an ‘exposition of vinaya’ – a formulation which implicitly carries an air of being an authority on the subject? One...
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