September 2020


Understanding Yogic Culture & the First Gurus Arrival

Most of us from the millennial generation are aware of Teachers’ Day but not so much about Guru Purnima, a tradition dedicated to spiritual and academic Gurus who go on to share their wisdom with the modern world. Guru Purnima was once among the most important festive occasions in the...
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Why the name ‘Rashtram’?

Our idea of Rashtra is the land, the people, their shared values, culture, approach towards life and the divine, the shared heroes, myths and legends, etc. Rashtra is conscious by itself and has a spiritual goal.
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The Significance of Mahālayā and Viśvakarmā Pūjā

Mahālayā and Viśvakarmā Pūjā hold a special significance in our sacred traditions of honouring ancestors.
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Remembering The Greats: Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya

Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya was an Indian civil engineer and statesman who served as the 19th Diwan of Mysore, from 1912 to 1919.
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Sri Rama’s Lessons on Public Leadership

The beauty of the Indian epics is that they are not merely historical records. They carry timeless lessons for humanity. Every generation has read them and applied it in their context.
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