हिंदी साहित्य का इतिहास, एवं हिंदी भाषा का उद्भव, प्रदेश, उपभाषाएं इत्यादि के बारे में इस लेख में पढिए।
Indic Academy’s Inter Gurukula University Center Announces Short Term Research Fellowship on History of Bharatiya Tradition of Creative Liberty in Literature
Kalidas, the great poet and philosopher. For at least 1600 years, Indian culture has unanimously conferred on him the title of ‘kavikulaguru’ – the Master for all poets.
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.
Gāndhārī inscriptions have been found as far east as Luoyang and Anyang in Henan province in Eastern China which attests to the vastness of the influence of Sanskrit. Europeans in recent centuries called the whole region Serindia, indicating the meeting place of China and India.
Nay Science offers a new perspective on the problem of the scientific method in the human sciences. Taking German Indological scholarship on the Mahabharata and the Bhagavadgita as their example, Adluri and Bagchee develop a critique of the modern valorization of method over truth in the humanities.
Pallavas and Chalukyas have had an extremely competitive relationship. Both were strong regional powers within Indian in the 6th – 8th-century timespan. However, no matter how strong the rivalry, we see an underlying theme of the exchange of art and aesthetics between these dynasties.
Shuka’s journey represents a path a gradual evolution that one must minimally go through, even if one is born ready.
The simplest and most primitive number system in the world even as late as the twentieth-twenty-first century CE, as well as the most developed and elaborate number system in the world even as early as during the Vedic period.
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.