Rama is a historical king of this land. This work looks at the historicity of Rama from an inter-disciplinary approach, integrating finds from the fields of – LITERATURE – LOCAL TRADITIONS – ARCHAEO-ASTRONOMY – GEOGRAPHY – ARCHAEOLOGY – MARINE ARCHAEOLOGY Discover the antiquity and historicity of the legendary hero Rama and events of Ramayana, along with one of the oldest surviving man-made structure of this world – THE NALA SETU.
It is the most complex question of all! The question that has been lingering from the very moment of creation. How did this Creation come to be? How was the Universe created? While modern research is still grappling with what happened soon after Big Bang, the starting point for Creation, we find the ancient Indian texts describing stages BEFORE Creation, which lead to ancient Indian texts called “BrahmandaVisfotak”. In this work, we journey to the very depths of the knowledge of Creation from our ancients, to see how Creation comes to be.
Krishna is a paradox. While events connected with Krishna find a place in Geography, Krishna does not find a place in History. Historicity today demands evidence from archaeology and geography. If Krishna is historical, then He must have walked this earth. Where did He live? What did He leave behind? Seas and deserts are good preservers of ruins.
Ayodhya is the city founded by the Suryavamsa, solar dynasty kings. Rama was born and ruled from there 7100 years ago. The lineage of the solar dynasty spread not only to different parts of India but also to different parts of the world.This work traces the history of Ayodhya and this lineage through the lands, through the times. Ayodhya and the values that Rama stood for, have been an inspiration to peoples through the times. In the last 500 years, Ayodhya has been at the crossroads of history.
This book offers a solution not just to disentangle ourselves from the present imbroglio alone but more importantly to rejuvenate Ayodhya once again as an inspirational city with values to live by, in times to come.
Krishna has been a subject of much intrigue. Is He historical, mythical or divine? Who really was Krishna? How did He get His name? When was He born? Is the Mahabharata epic, a historical account? This book is part of a journey into the past to search for answers to such questions that have intrigued many a mind. It is a search for India’s lost history.
It is a work aimed at using the Transforming Governance in India from 2014, as a model for educating a common-man about the fundamentals of Governance, the work of a progressive Government and the larger issues that confront a Government, using the present Indian Government, as a good example of a forward looking, democratic Government in the present world and in the present state that India is in.
This book is an effort at unravelling the layers of meaning of Shiva from a scientific, universal perspective. It tries to look at Shiva from the standpoints of Shivaratri and its experience, the Shiva tattva, the primordial connection of Shiva, its cosmic perception in the form of Rudra, the earthly view in a human form, the various symbolisms attached to the form of Shiva and the other popular forms in which Shiva is worshipped.
Krishna has been a subject of fascination. He is an enigma. He swings between Historicity and Divinity in people’s minds. He has also been the subject of many mysteries and debates. Is it possible for a historical personage to have performed such deeds? This book sheds light on some of the mysteries surrounding Him to rationally establish how Krishna is historical and how historicity need not preclude divinity.
Identity is beyond Id. Identity lies in our roots. Also is the root of our strength. Little wonder, people crave for identity. Learn of the biggest identity theft in all history. Accomplished by a heap of lies, a mountain of myths.
They say everything on this planet comes with an expiry date. The world itself is no exception. 21st Dec 2012, a day that in popular parlance has been referred to as the ‘doomsday’. How did this date pop up and why this fear?
This book identifies three waves of plunder that have left India impoverished in the last 1000 years, specially, the last wave of plunder through blatant corruption and black monies. Fortunately this third wave is reversible. A U-turn is possible! The book shows the way for not only recovering the hoarded monies but also rejuvenating India with these monies.
India was able to climb high as it had dared. Dared to us its abilities sincerely. Some have been able to stunt India as they had dared. Dared to undermine its abilities with myths. India will be able to rise only if Indians care to dare. Dare to break the myths and learn to their abilities.
How did India gain her riches? How did India lose her riches? How can India regain her riches? There are many truths but more myths behind these questions. Where lies the true picture, between these two extremes?
A Civilization takes years to grow, step by step. A child takes 3 steps to grow. Towards mother for comfort, father for livelihood and teacher for knowledge. The same 3 steps brought down India’s social fabric. They were steps taken to malign women, social order and education. Take the first step to learn of the truth.
Bharat means to relish light- light of the Sun, light of knowledge. True to her name Bharat, India had been radiating light of knowledge. A radiance that enlightened the world and provided thought leadership. India is every sencse of the word, had been a Giving civilization- giving both subtle knowledge as well as gross riches. But this giving has stopped in the last few decades, since when, India has acquired an image of a Taking Civilization- Taking aid, science, technology, education, fashion, foods, good, ideologies, jobs, lifestyle,… A leader does not Take. A leader Gives. A leader Shows by living his way. What does India have to do, to get back to becoming a Giving Civilization once again? To get back to becoming a thought leader once again! To becoming a world leader once again! A leading Brand once again!