A Story from the Past – 4

where to buy cytotec no prescription Kali-Das is considered to be the greatest poet of all times. We cannot speak of Chinese, Asian and many other areas of the World, but, in the Indo-European literary world, there is no equal to Kali-Das. Reading Kali-Das in Samskrut is one of the great joys of life. Kalidas wrote long poetic epics and plays. Unfortunately, Indian history never […]

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A Story from the Past – 3

http://readingandspelling.com/homeschool-programs/ Editor’s Note: After a couple of stories from the Ved, we take a turn towards Kavya. The collection of Samskrut Kavya (poetry) and Vangmaya (Literature) is massive. Why should we be surprised given that Sanskrut was the dominant language for at least 1,000 years? Yet, very few students are taught the names and history of these poets, […]

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A Story from the Past – 2

Whose son are you? What is your lineage? These are questions that are deemed important today. Sometimes it seems that abilities, effort and achievements take a distant second place to someone’s lineage.  Every society in history, whether in India, Europe or America, developed a system of social strata based on family lineage. Over decades & centuries, such systems became […]

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Concept of Sa-Gun & Sa-Aaakaar

Editor’s Note: We remaind readers that the prefix “Sa” means with and the prefix “Nir” means without. Last week, we wrote about the concept of Nir-Gun or Nir-Aakaar, the Supreme Divine Entity as being one with no properties or attributes and no shape.  As we said, this is fine for an academic setting or a scholarly discussion.  Most people […]

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