Shivashankar G V elaborates on the metaphor behind the story of writing of Mahabharata.
The story about the first interactions between the sacred Trimurti- Brahma, Vishnu, and Maheshvara.
This is a Rebuttal received on the Event Report of the recently concluded ‘Conference on Hindu Traditions of Sex, Gender, and Sexuality’.
Shivakumar G V explains the Mahabharata character of King Pandu, as a classic case of incomplete, unfulfilled divinity; which reflected in his life and death.
Ancient Indian Mathematical Treasure I is the first article in the new series of articles on development of mathematics in ancient India.
The tale narrating the birth of Skanda/ Guha/ Kartikeya as found in the Kaumārikākhaṇḍa of Skandapurāṇa.
‘Bodies of Knowledge in Hinduism’ is the sixth part of a series of articles on Hinduism.
Abhinav Kadambi shares his experiences at the Advaita Immersive Camp held at Chinmaya International Foundation, Veliyanad in December 2019.
Shivakumar G V explains the Mahabharata character of Drona, as a classic case of personal ego overpowering the sense of dharma.
‘Foundational Texts of Hinduism’ is the fifth part of a series of articles on Hinduism.