All posts tagged: Ancient Indian Knowledge System

Ancient Indian Economy Indo- Roman Trade

Ancient Indian Economy- Part V- Indo – Roman Trade: A Remarkable Paradigm of Indic History

Exchange networks in India go far deep into time and are as old as the Neolithic Age (9000 BP). During the Sindhu-Sarasvatī Civilisation, these trade networks were further strengthened and expanded and trade was carried out with contemporary cultures like Egypt and Mesopotamia. Inland trade was equally dynamic in this civilisation and was one of the main factors which contributed to its high level of prosperity. Trade declined towards the end of this civilisation but it revived by the 6th century BCE when we witnessed the rise of urbanisation in the Gaṅgā Valley.

Agriculture in India

The Krishi and Krishaka-Dharma in Ancient India

Conversant as much with the panchabhutas as with the needs of Ayurveda, ancient India’s farmers fulfilled the role seen for them by rishi Kashyapa: nurturers of abundance and upholders of the principle of sharing. Rahul Goswami writes about the Agriculture in Ancient India, as we celebrate National Farmers’ Day today.

Pune Vaastu Shastra Workshop

Vaastu Shastra Workshop in MIT Pune

Event Announcement for a Four-day Workshop on Vaastu Shaastra for Design, organised by Indic Academy, in association with MIT, Pune, and Ritambhara, scheduled to take place in MIT, Pune from 16th to 19th January 2020.