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Ashtottaram 19: OṀ ĀCHĀRYABHŨMYAI NAMAH

By Dr. Devakinanda Pasupuleti An Acharya is a highly learned person with a title affixed to the names of learned subject. The designation has different meanings...

From “Confusion” To “Clarity” Regarding Sanatan Dharma With Dr. Chandra Shekhar Mayanil

Dr. Chandra Shekhar Mayanil is a Neuroscientist who is currently living in Naperville, Illinois. He has constantly been engaging in topics related to Yog...

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...

‘Voices’ Auction Selling Price Sets New World Record for MF Husain

Voices, an artwork by late artist MF Husain sold for Rs 18.47 crore -- the highest price ever fetched by any of the artists...

As a Muslim, Faiz Khan Should Not be Part of Bhoomi Pujan in Ayodhya

By Maria Wirth In recent years the number of ex-Muslims has been rising all over the world. On Twitter, hashtags like “Awesome without Allah” or...

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)...

Google Launches New Organisation to Help Open Source Projects

Google has launched a new organisation focused on extending the philosophy and definition of open source to project trademarks. Called the 'Open Usage Commons', the...

Power of Words: The Story of Spiritual Form of Logging in the Solomon Islands

Solomon Islands is a group of islands in the South Pacific Ocean Culturally, the story of Solomon's curse practice is both powerful and...

Spiritual Significance of Colors in Hinduism

Transcending the decorative values and emotional association, Hinduism which is so in tune with nature, gives a spiritual meaning to almost every color ...

Swami Vivekananda: 12 things we can imbibe from the yogi

By NewsGram Staff Writer The world knows Swami Vivekananda as a Hindu monk and a philosopher. His speeches and his ideologies are followed world over. NewsGram...

St. Stephen’s announces first cut-off; 99 per cent for English

New Delhi:  Delhi University's St Stephen's College on Tuesday announced its first cut-off list for the 2015 academic session, with the percentage set at...

Gurukul system Vs Anglophonic education: Which learning system is better for children?

By Gaurav Sharma Education is not about flooding the brain with mass volumes of data. It is not about maximising the economic prospects of an...

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