March 2021

Month

Mahaprabhu Sri Chaitanya Deva: Bengal’s ‘Thakur’ who Restored Vrindavan

Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu was a 15th-century Indian saint. Devotees consider him an incarnation of Lord Krishna. He is regarded as the also the chief proponent of the Vedantic philosophy of Achintya Bheda Abheda.
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Rishihood University- Building World-class Infrastructure

Infrastructure plays a crucial role in the delivery of education. Well-equipped and furnished spaces instil encouragement and enthusiasm to study well. It makes students feel at comfort and safe while studying in such spaces.  Some students also take pride in how their campus looks or the kind of equipment they...
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Soft Power at the Micro Level: Influences at the Grassroots

When we think of soft power, we picture strong world leaders who advocate for change, uphold the values of their respective countries, and showcase the unique abilities of their people. But soft power is also at play within smaller communities and grassroots organizations.  At the local level, soft power is...
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Decoding India’s Soft Power & Meaning of Namaste

When Joseph Nye first introduced the concept of “soft power” in the late 1980s, he termed it the “ability to influence the behaviour of others and get the outcomes you want.” In other words, soft power focuses on co-opting people rather than coercing them. It is a pull or attraction,...
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A Brief Evaluation of Dara Shikoh from the Perspective of Public Leadership

Dara Shikoh was a Mughal prince, who was also the heir apparent to the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan. In his scholarly pursuits, he totally neglected his Raj Dharma epitomised indecisiveness and inept leadership, giving rise to a political failure.
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