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Monkeys in Ramayana

I was trying to search for some information about the nature of monkey like characters in Ramayana and any related research about these beings called vanars.Note that its not only monkey like beings, but also bear like beings that...

Bhagat Singh – An unsung Hero

In a country dominated by the word Gandhi, there are innumerable other unsung heroes of the freedom movement of this country.One such hero is Shaheed Bhagat Singh.Bhagat Singh (born on September 28, 1907) was one of the most famous...

Birth date of Rama

Using astronomical dating software based on the planetary positions mentioned in Valmiki Ramayana reveals the birth date of Sri Rama and events of Ramayana.

Takshashila – World’s Oldest University

More than 2700 years back a huge university existed in that ancient India where over 10,500 students from all across the world came for higher studies. This was the TakshaShila university of ancient India (wrongly spelled as Taxila today). During...

East or West – India is the Best

The political scenario of a country in 2003 was as follows:The President is a Muslim The Prime Minister is a Hindu The Defense Minister is a Christian The Leader of Opposition is a ChristianFour years later, the political scenario...

The Secret behind ‘India’

The culture of the ancient Egyptian civilization does not exist any more!!The Sumerian civilization does not exist any moreThe Babylonians, Mesopotamians, Incas, Aztecs, none of these ancient civilizations exist today..Even the Chinese is a Communist country today with great...

World’s Oldest Democracy

Ashoka The Great... one of the greatest emperors of ancient India...Who reigned from 273 BCE to 232 BCE as a great Mauryan Emperor..Ashoka means “without any sorrow”He was also called “Dev?n?mpriya” meaning the “one who is beloved of the...

The Myth of Aryan Invasion Theory

Aryan Invasion Theory has been proved to be a myth and as a wrong theory long back. But let me explain in detail the actual history and dirty politics behind this theory. Note that this theory was used as...

The Origin of Caste System in India

In ancient India social classifications included Varna and Jati system. Neither of them had anything to do with caste. How did caste system evolve in India?
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Online Education should be interactive and innovative – Fun to Learn

For online education to succeed for smaller classses - it should be as interesting as cartoons. Online education cant succeed unless it is more interesting, interactive and innovative than offline schooling.

The Complete List of Dhatus – Sanskrit Root Words and their English meaning

A complete list of all dhatus (root words or verb roots) in Sanskrit dictionary and their meanings with corresponding IPA transliteration.

Sanskrit Lesson 4 – Word Creation Magic using Dhatus

Learn how easy it is to create new words in Sanskrit using root words called Dhatus. This simple process of Sanskrit grammar powers the entire language.

The Secret Role of Karma in Mahabharata

The seeds of Mahabharata were sown long back Duryodhana or Dhritarashtra were born. The story of Kaurvas and Pandavas is only the second half of the cycle of Karma. So what is the first half?

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Takshashila – World’s Oldest University

More than 2700 years back a huge university existed in that ancient India where over 10,500 students from all across the world came for...

Grahas are not Planets – Nava Graha is not the same as Nine Planets

The difference between Planets and Grahas. Why are Sun and Moon included in the list of Navagrahas? Isn't it true that Rahu and Ketu do not exist? What about Earth?

Place Value, not Zero is most important invention of ancient Indian Mathematicians

The most important contribution of ancient India to mathematics was not zero but the place value system or positional notation system.

The Sacred Secrets of Ganga

Science behind the mysterious power of Ganges river. The reason why piligrims take the holy water of Ganga to their places and add it to local ponds, wells and lakes across India.

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