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Tips on How to Keep Mental Health in Check Through Positive Life Habits

By Puja Gupta The truth is that our body and mind are not separate identities, they are one. Our mind is our subtle self while...

Global Warming Responsible for Rise in Sea Temperatures: Study

Researchers have found that global warming is driving an unprecedented rise in sea temperatures, including in the Mediterranean sea. Data from the European Union's (EU)...

Ashtottaram 18: OM TATTVAMASIBHŨMYAI NAMAH

By Dr. Devakinanda Pasupuleti The Mahavakyas are "The Great Sayings" of the Upanishads, as characterized by the Advaita ... In later Sanskrit usage, the term...

Audio Capsules: Making Education Easier for Visually Challenged Students

Audio capsules recorded by a faculty member of a degree college in Uttar Pradesh have proved to be a boon for visually challenged students....

Training, Equipping Children With Appropriate First-Aid Knowledge

By Puja Gupta It seems like one cannot get through a day without receiving messages, or watching the news reports of an untoward situation evolving...

Teaching Math Online – A Complete Guide

As an expert mathematician, you may find yourself wondering what the best career path for you is. Luckily, there are numerous options available in...

Remote Working: The New ‘Normal’ and How to Deal With it

By Siddhi Jain Covid-19 is here to stay, at least for a while. The work environment has changed, temporarily for many and permanently for few....

Coding Emerges as the Highest Searched Online Course Amid Pandemic

By Puja Gupta While traditional channels of education are disrupted due to the pandemic, those in pursuit of knowledge have discovered a big fountain of...

7 Nutrient Deficiencies Common in Women and How to Manage Them

By Puja Gupta There can be many reasons why women develop nutrient deficiencies - an improper diet, hectic schedule, and even a lack of knowledge...

German Intellectuals Praised Indian Ancient Knowledge 

By Caroline Hagen My first encounter with an incredible book on India titled – ‘GREAT MINDS ON INDIA’ by Salil Gewali was about two years...

Young Women More Stressed Than Men During Lockdown: Survey

A recent survey on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on people between 10 and 24 years in UP, Bihar and Rajasthan has revealed...

People Who Play VR Games Can Develop Higher Navigational Efficiency

Adding to the growing list of studies, a new study has said that individuals playing a virtual reality (VR)-based game can develop higher navigational...

Janaka and Ashtavakra: Tale of King Janaka’s Quest for Spiritual Liberation

By Vishnu Makhijani It might seem a mythological tale but in reality is about the search for knowledge, liberation, enlightenment, consciousness and the questions on...

Interview with Maria Wirth by Pradeep Krishnan (Part-III)

This interview is in continuation to the 'Interview with Maria Wirth by Pradeep Krishnan (Part-II)' which was published on NewsGram on 25 July...

Interview with Maria Wirth by Pradeep Krishnan (Part-I)

The questions for this interview were lying with me for years. I was discouraged to answer because there were too many (17 in all)...

Ashtottaram 7: OṀ ṪAPOBHŨMYAI NAMAH

By Dr. Devakinanda Pasupuleti Performing austerities and penances (tapas) are unique only to our mother land and the followers of Sanatana Dharma. Nowhere else and...

An Immigrant Physician Who Dreamt to be an Entrepreneur in the USA

By Dr. Om Jha Saving life is at every cost is the basic tenet that is beaten into the heads of every physician during their...

How Virtual Internships Helped Me Land a Job

About the Author: Lakshya Singh is studying B. Com (Hons.) at the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur. He shares how internships helped him become an...

Know More About Moksha With Ashtottaram 4: OṀ MOKṢHABHŨMYAI NAMAH

By Dr. Devakinanda Pasupuleti The cause of bondage (bandha) and liberation (moksha) is our own minds. Ignorance about the real self causes bondage whereas knowledge...

Ashtottaram 3: OṀ JNĀNABHŨMYAI NAMAH:

By Dr. Devakinanda Pasupuleti Ignorance is compared to darkness because we see nothing clearly in darkness, even though it's right in front of our eyes....

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