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Wings of Fire is not just a book about Dr. APJ Abdul Kalams' journey before becoming the president of India. We find a reminiscent narrative of early India side by side. We get to read a lot of genius people in space research & rocketry have in good detail.
GUIDE TO HEALTHY LIVING
After writing so much about women equality, I thought I’d shift to another topic that’s pretty much important these days, moving. Most...
EPITOME OF THE ENDLESS – THE VEDAS
We often have various regarding Indian traditions. Questions like 'Is there any science behind astrology?' Here is a list of 10 scientific facts behind Indian traditions.
What is Kali Yuga? So the first question that arises, even before checking whether the scientific predictions of...
“If a language has many meanings for a word, it is ambiguous, but when Sanskrit has many meanings for a word, it is rich!” says Dr. Ramanujan. He had headed a project on ‘Computational Rendering of Paninian Grammar.’
We often wonder why do we eat with our hands. Why not chopsticks, or forks? But there is a Vedic science behind it. According to Ayurveda, we use our hands because of the five elements within the fingers. Eating with hands transforms food and makes it digestible even before it reaches the mouth. Eating with hands feeds both body and mind.
The Vedas describe a number of deities, most of whom are personified forces of nature. But the most important gods are talked of with great details. Vedic people worshipped these Vedic gods in different ways. Their way of worshipping was through rituals and sacrifices to the gods. Most of the gods mentioned in the Vedic mythology are no longer worshipped. The majority of the population today worships deities of Shiva, Vishnu, Durga, and other goddesses. The Rig Veda gives the largest information about Vedic gods. Here is a list of the most important Vedic gods.