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Jauhar-Shaka: When The Enemy Was At The Gate
Archives, Indology

Jauhar-Shaka: When The Enemy Was At The Gate

Sahana Singh- November 27, 2017

If there is one ritual that epitomizes heroism, defiance and conjugal love in the face of brutal onslaughts on Rajput kingdoms, it is Jauhar-Shaka. Read More

Jagannath Puri: Survivor of 18 invasions
Archives, Indology

Jagannath Puri: Survivor of 18 invasions

Aneesh Gokhale- July 11, 2017

This article is a summary of the eighteen invasions that Jagannath Puri had to bear. Read More

Continuous, Comprehensive and Cumulative – The Knowledge Tradition of India
Archives, Indology

Continuous, Comprehensive and Cumulative – The Knowledge Tradition of India

Pankaj Saxena- June 28, 2017

This article is an appeal to all teachers, educationists, and common Indians who are interested in Indian knowledge traditions and Indian education system. Read More

Indian Culture & History: Whose Narrative Should It Be- 4
Archives, Identity (Distortion & Appropriation)

Indian Culture & History: Whose Narrative Should It Be- 4

Atul Sinha- June 26, 2017

What makes Indian culture and history unique is the multiplicity of conflicting narratives that it is made up of. Read More

Indian Culture & History: Whose Narrative Should It Be- 3
Archives, Indology

Indian Culture & History: Whose Narrative Should It Be- 3

Atul Sinha- May 25, 2017

This article examines the Revivalist Narrative that has posed a serious challenge to Marxist and Orientalist narrative about Indian history Read More

Book Review: The Educational Heritage of Ancient India by Sahana Singh
Archives, Indology

Book Review: The Educational Heritage of Ancient India by Sahana Singh

Dr. Sarita Seshagiri- May 13, 2017

In her book, The Educational Heritage of Ancient India, Sahana Singh shakes the dust off India’s glorious but forgotten past in a revealing discourse. Read More