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Category Archive : Civilisational India

Rani Gaidinliu was born on 26 January 1915 at a small village in Manipur called Nungkao. She was a Naga spiritual leader inclined towards Nationalism. Rani led a revolt against British rule in India. The title Rani was given by Nehru considering her role in National Movement. Her quest began after she joined a cultural […]

Alluri Sitaram Raju was born in Mogallu, in the West Godavari District in 1897. He studied till 5th class at various schools. Alluri was not a bright school student. However, his approach towards learning spirituality and Indian Philosophy was remarkable. At Narasapur he developed a keen interest in Indian Culture. Alluri’s interest areas were Astrology, […]

The world has got enough to ruin one’s life by religious hatred, communal riots, natural calamities, global warming, or pandemics such as COVID-19. In this challenging time, the life and thought of Swami Vivekananda can act as a rescuer to the world, especially the youths of India. His work encompasses all that is required to […]

Swami Vivekananda was a Nationalist, however, his Nationalistic influence remains unsung. He was an epithet of true Unity. Swami Vivekananda was the hero of the intellect. His mind was the union of rationality and spirituality. He was born Narendranath Datta at Calcutta on 12 January 1863. Since the early days, Narendra was a rational kid. However one […]

Brief Biography of Annamacharya In the sankeerthana copper – plates and epigraphs of Tirupati devasthanam, four cohorts of the Tallapakam family, who grew up in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries A.D., come to prominence. Tallapakam poets were Nandavarika Brahmins, including Allasani Peddanna, the graceful poet in the court of Krishnadeva Raya. Annamacharya is the first […]

Brief Biography of Matrusri Tarigonda Vengamamba Aesthetics in India has produced a vast array of human experiences, thoughts, values, beliefs, and pleasures. From the extreme north to the far south, Indian aesthetics and traditions are the oldest and largest. Indian aesthetic notions eventually spanned disciplines and became useful to practically all researchers and scholars in […]

Life is full of enormous events and it contains multiple things together. It includes happiness, love, compassion, peace, festival, life, death, self-introspection, realization, and much more. And each thing makes life beautiful and calm and events make life joyous and pious. In life, festivals play a vital role. Each religion has its own festivals and […]

Name of 4 Vedas are: Rig Veda Yajur Veda Sama Veda Atharva Veda As per the Mahabharata Vedas were divided into 4 categories by Krishna Dvaipayana commonly known as Vyasa. Majorly he is credited for the re-organization of the Vedas for the ease of the common understanding. The exact date of origin of Vedas cannot […]

What is Tantra Yoga? Tantra Yoga is the yogic technique for creating a higher desire to become one with the supreme Brahman (higher consciousness). Tantra comes from two words Tan and Tra meaning ‘expansion’ ’ and ‘means of doing’. Yoga means union. Collectively, the direct meaning of Tantra Yoga is means of expansion followed by […]

Purusha and Prakriti are the manifestation of the single self in the same Universe. In Indian Philosophy, majorly in Sankhya, Purusha is regarded as Masculine (Shiva), and Prakriti is regarded as Power (Shakti). This is a dualistic view, however, unites to the singularity. It is in such a way that Purusha and Prakriti are incomplete […]