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Doordarshan to bring Sanskrit back to life, to start a weekly 30 minutes programme

By NewsGram Staff Writer With English becoming the global language, Sanskrit, the mother of all languages, has been gradually fading away from the mainstream. Doordarshan, however,...

The Lost Word: Out of 389 licensed news channels only Doordarshan airs 5 minutes of Sanskrit news in India

By Prachi Mishra   It won’t be erroneous to assume that most of the people in our country are unable to decipher the meaning of Sanskrit...

Beyond yoga and meditation: Hindu contributions that set the wheel of discovery rolling for rest of the world

Contrary to popular perceptions that Hinduism is a mystical religion exclusively concerned with transcendental concepts of spiritual practice, it has been a wellspring for...

Journey beyond: How moksha brings us squarely to the twin realities of birth and death

The Sanskrit word Moksha is perhaps central to Hindu philosophy. It can be roughly translated as salvation but it does not really imply that. Moksha has...

From flight to birth: How India showed world the way to demystify science

By Devika Sharma Since times immemorial, people have tried to address the missing link between modern technology and ancient mysticism. But rarely has anyone been...

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