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2000 years ago, India was the global seat of higher learning. Universities like Takshashila attracted learners from all over the world and created some of the finest leaders and scholars in human history including Chanakya and Chandragupta, and knowledge systems like Ayurveda and Arthashastra. The hallmark of such education was the emphasis on achieving one’s...
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Students feel inspired by motivating stories and case studies. These case studies should be of designs that are the result of collaboration among various stakeholders rather than the effort of a single “talented” designer. As the definition of creativity evolves in the twenty-first century, collaborative case studies are required. So, I’d like to direct your...
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Menstruation is a natural biological process that occurs within a woman’s body as she attains adolescence. In recent years, there have been many efforts to destigmatize this process that is important for a woman’s well-being. But in this developing world and a developing country like ours, certain mindsets, social structures and customs not only lead...
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Ayurveda is a science of life with a holistic approach to health and personalized medicine. It is one of the oldest medical systems, which comprises thousands of medical concepts and hypotheses. It is known to be a complete medical system that comprises physical, psychological, philosophical, ethical, and spiritual health. In Ayurveda, each cell is considered to...
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Om Saha Nau-AvatuSaha Nau BhunaktuSahaViiryamKaravaavahaiTejasvi Nau-Adhiitam-Astu Maa VidvissaavahaiOm Shaanti ShaantihShaantih Om, May the God protect us both (Teacher and Disciple); May the God nourish us both; May we work together with energy & vigour; May our learning be enlightening and fruitful; May not give rise to hostility. This pious dedication in form of mantra marks...
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“We are silenced in schools and college recitation rooms for ten or fifteen years, and come out at last with a belly-full of words and do not know a thing. The things taught in schools and colleges are not an education, but the means of education.” An excellent observation was written by the mid 19th...
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I have a half-open laptop on the right side of my table, a baby in my lap, a notepad, and sticky notes mingled with teething toys. Work calls on Google Meet while attending to the calls of my little daughter. Breaks between work converted to feeding sessions as I shifted from a sincere meeting expression...
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Senior business leader in the technology space, Ravi Swaminathan has joined Rishihood University as an advisor for strategic initiatives. Ravi was the President of the Personal Systems Group at Hewlett Packard and the Managing Director at AMD India. He is an MBA from IIM Ahmedabad. Shobhit Mathur, founder of Rishihood University and Dean at Rashtram School of Public Leadership,...
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India is the land of festivities, and celebrating these festivals reflects the country’s rich cultural abundance. These festivals bring with them a wave of excitement and happiness. Breaking the humdrum of daily routine, these festivals bring with them a wave of excitement, happiness, and hope even in the most difficult times. In their true sense,...
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“So, the next time when someone asks you where you live, tell them, you live in your body.” This insightful thought describes how intrinsic and wonderful the human body is.  The body constantly grows, adapts to changing weather, places, viruses, and emotional situations. Studies have shown that mood changes and psychological variations impact one’s physical...
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