One has to walk the fine line of śraddhā and not fall into blind faith. If a system or a guru calls for unquestioning submission, it is prudent to be wary
The origin of The Mahabharata is associated with Apsara Adrika, an essential link in the initiation of the Epic. Apsara Adrika, a celestial nymph liberated herself from a curse and became instrumental in the birth of Matsyagandha.
Through an articulate argument Pankaj Saxena successfully demolishes the age-old charge that the Brahmins monopolized the knowledge system in ancient India.
In the second part of the series ‘Historic Inscriptions of India’, Sneha Nagarkar writes about The Nāṇeghāt Inscription of Queen Nāganikā and its relevance in shedding light on the early history of Maharashtra.
In this article, Bhagwan Kapila Vasudeva’s divine teachings in the form of Sankhya Yoga elaborate the different paths to attain Mukti. This Geetha gives a framework for a common manava to follow and imbibe in his daily life.
Some helpful Indic health tips during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What can Yayati Prashna tell us about technology and ecology? Where are we going wrong and what’s the way out?
An analysis of consciousness through the lens of Vedanta, employing concepts of Self, Jiva, Brahman and more.
Heliodorus erected a Garuḍadhvaja in the honour of God Vāsudeva, i.e. Kṛṣṇa and became a follower of the Bhāgavata Sect.
An excerpt from The Curse of Gandhari by Aditi Banerjee, in which we witness an interaction between Krishna and Gandhari.