June 2021

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Emerging Trends in Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship is becoming a preferred career path by many people. Over the years, the market and technology has seen a lot of changes. In the past 2 years of the pandemic, Indian economy and consumer demands have taken a great spin. With new challenges there will be advanced solutions and...
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The Ethical Paradox of the Jñāna-Karma Dialectic and Its Solution in the Yoga Vāśiṣṭha – 1

In this article, the author analyzes the age-old dilemma: whether to seek self-realization or to engage whole-heartedly in the welfare of the society or those who are in need? Some term exclusive efforts for self-realization as selfish. Datta analyzes Mokshashastras and comes to the conclusion that there is really no...
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Crisis in the East: India, Myanmar and the Coup

By Biplabjoy Purkayastha, Researcher of Indian Foreign Policy and the Geopolitics of South Asia and the Indo-Pacific Now known as Myanmar, Burma formed an essential part of the Raj till 1937, when it was separated from British India. The country formally got its independence in 1948, and since then, it...
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What makes Rishihood a social-impact University?

Social impact is an important matter that focuses on bringing a significant positive change that addresses a social challenge. Creating a spiritually grounded, socially impactful educational institution was at the core of Sahil Agarwaal’s philosophy and that is exactly what led to establishing Rishihood University. Today, as an impact-oriented initiative,...
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The Vedic Yajña: A Conduit for Transcending the Conditioned Consciousness

Evolutionist and anthropological frameworks of interpretation have belittled the Vedic mantra as well as the Vedic Yajña by categorizing the two as naïve and obscure religious expressions (e.g. through labels like hymns and rituals, respectively) of the early humans. This article highlights the consciousness-altering potential of the Vedic Yajña and...
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