From India’s emblem to national pride stories, Indians owe a lot to Ashoka the great. What Emperor Ashoka would think of his descendent modern-day Indian ruler politicians, if he were to time travel now to Rampurwā (or...
It is believed that music is a gift of divine and probably for that reason all human beings throughout history have been influenced by music in their lives. This article explores the significance of word AUM or...
It is crucial to preserve heritage of Indian civilisation. Sanskrit is the foundation of "meaning and narrative" of modern India. It is part of the story of "who we are". Indian identity, cultural pride, consolidation of Indian...
All civilisations grew on river banks but Indian Religion and culture has highest state of Water Symbolism expressed inter alia in the form of Kumbh Mela which attracts world’s largest congregation of religious pilgrims when over hundred...
In my younger days I used to wonder why Sikh weddings do not take into account muhurat or auspicious day and usually take place on weekends and holidays. Why I do not...
Religion has no fixed definition however it may be construed as a unified system of beliefs and practices involving omnipotent god, prophet(s), a holy book, central dogma, church, sacred language etc. Abrahamic...
A scenic sea-side heritage site of Mahabalipuram in Tamil Nadu state of India showcases centuries of rich cultural history. Mahabalipuram or Mamallapuram is an ancient city in Tamil Nadu...
Jagjit Singh is known as the most successful ghazal singer of all time achieving both critical acclaim and commercial success and whose soulful voice has touched million of hearts.
“Not a piece of architecture, as other buildings are, but the proud passions of an emperor’s love wrought in living stones” – Sir Edwin Arnold India has many incredible...
The ancient Hindu practise of ancestor worship over a period of 15 days observed once every year by Hindus is called the ‘Pitri-Paksha’ (‘fortnight of the ancestors’) during which ancestors are remembered,...
King Ashoka, third emperor of the first Indian empire Mauryan dynasty, erected series of pillars during his reign in 3rd century BC which are now geographically dispersed throughout the Indian subcontinent (the...

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