Mahabharata the secret vault where many modern Civilisational instruments are shaped.
The civilization of Bharatamandala nurtured many beautiful flowers in its Purushartha tree. In its quest to live the essence of Purushartha, it explored every way of realizing it. In its exploration, every time it encountered a slippery slope, it marked the path for us to walk with care. Where they found an opportunity for transformation, they left a gem glowing infinitely. It is for us to pick them up and repurpose them for future generations.
The story of Dharmavyadha and Kaushika in Vanaparva of Mahabharata covers some of the most fundamental truths of life
Sutradhar is a dramatized retelling of events, myths, and legends set across the arc of Indian history.
A Contemporary versions of Historical Works and Hindu Epics based on Creative Liberties in Bhartiya Literature
It is Markandeya, who narrates this episode to Yudhishthira. Through a myriad story, Markandeya presents an astonishing variety of perspectives covering multiple dimensions of life and immense balance. This is one story that all aspirants of knowledge and exalted worlds must always keep in mind.
Legend of Suheldev – The King Who Saved India by Amish. The tale of a magnificent 11th-century king, who united different Indians against the onslaught of invaders.
Sage Markandeya is an important person in the Vana Parva of Mahabharata. Every era needs a Markandeya – that quiet, calm sage full of Devotion, Tapas and Brahmacharya to enable to us see our Deluge and the Supreme in the midst of that Great Deluge.
Shuka’s journey represents a path a gradual evolution that one must minimally go through, even if one is born ready.
Sage Shuka was a garbha-shriman – one who was born a self-realized soul. Sage Shuka who narrates Srimad Bhagavata to King Pareekshit.