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Gita Jayanti: Celebrating The Timeless Wisdom

Before the commencement of Dharmuddha in Kurukshetra when Arjun overwhelmed by his emotions, refused to fight with his kins, Lord Krishna revealed to him the timeless wisdom that we know as Bhagvad Gita.
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Kisan Divas 2020 – Understanding the Indian Farmer

Indian Civilisation has always looked upon the farmers as annadata and carrier of the wisdom of thousands of years. We have been a 'Krishi-pradhan' nation. But since, the British arrived there have been policies to force farmers to quit farming. One of the biggest challenge that we face as a...
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Slavery Abolition and the Discourses: International Day of Abolition of Slavery:

As a part of their endeavour to abolish slavery, the United Nations General Assembly approved the Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others on December 2, 1949. This day is internationally recognised as the International Day for the Abolition...
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Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose: Father of Plant Neurobiology

Indian civilisation has always considered trees to be a living being but Acharya Jagdish Chandra Bose was the first scientist in the world to prove that they are living being by detecting the nervous response of plant tissues.
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Indian Constitution and Indian Civilization – An Unresolved Chapter

On the occasion of National Law Day, we ponder over the question of the meaning of humanity, and liberty for different civilisations and communities. While assessing if our constitution recognises our thousands of years old civilsation.
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