sanskrit

Curious case of linguicide

Curious case of linguicide

February 3, 2020

It is said that one cannot stand in the same river twice, as the water keeps on flowing, this is true for languages as well. Language changes every day. 

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Sanskrit newspapers on the verge of extinction?

Sanskrit newspapers on the verge of extinction?

January 31, 2020

Sanskrit holds a special importance in the global family of languages ​​as it is supposed to be the mother of the entire Indo-European group of languages. Even though efforts are being made, in India and overseas, to revive the language, several Sanskrit media houses in India...

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Bodhisena, the first Indian who voyaged to Japan

Bodhisena, the first Indian who voyaged to Japan

June 20, 2018

Bodhisena, the oldest Indian monk, who was a resident of Japan continues to influence the culture in Japan till today

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Comment perdre du poids naturellement à l’indienne

Comment perdre du poids naturellement à l’indienne

January 31, 2017

Quand le mode de vie moderne nous expose à une prise de poids et que les régimes miracles ne fonctionnent pas, on peut se tourner vers les remèdes indiens ancestraux de l’ayurvéda, qui offrent des solutions simples, durables et bon marché, probablement même déjà disponi...

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Healthy uses of coconut in India

Healthy uses of coconut in India

January 6, 2017

Over generations, Indian homes have been using the goodness of coconut in its various forms. Rich in vitamins, minerals and calories, coconut is considered as a complete food. One fruit can provide you with a daily dose of almost all essential nutrients.

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Indian classical stalwart M Balamurali Krishna passes away

Indian classical stalwart M Balamurali Krishna passes away

November 24, 2016

Mangalampalli Balamurali Krishna, the iconic Carnatic vocalist and musician, who was hailed for his creative skills, passed away in Chennai on November 22, at the age of 86.

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Ayurveda, a promise of wellness

Ayurveda, a promise of wellness

November 19, 2016

The ancient Indian system of medicine and treatment has been promising wellness and balance since thousands of years. Here are some tips to understand Ayurveda in greater detail.

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Remembring Toru Dutt

Remembring Toru Dutt

September 2, 2016

Toru Dutt can undoubtedly be regarded as the first Indian poet, who composed in English and French. W R Goodman writes in his Quintessence of literary Essays “Although a convert into Christianity, Toru Dutt had imbibed the ancient spirit and love of India” Born in 1856, in a ...

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UNESCO

UNESCO

March 4, 2016

La délégation permanente de l’Inde auprès de l’UNESCO a organisé une conférence autour du « Sanskrit, une langue au-delà du patrimoine classique », avec, pour invité d’honneur le Dr. Bibek Debroy, indianiste, économiste et membre de la prestigieuse NITI Aa...

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UNESCO

UNESCO

March 4, 2016

The Permanent Delegation of India to UNESCO has organised on Thursday a special conference with a focus on “Sanskrit, A classical Language- Beyond Heritage” with Indologist, economist and member of the prestigious NITI (National Institution for Transforming India) Aayog, Dr. ...

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