Category: Ancient Indian Science

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Want to keep healthy this Diwali? – Let’s celebrate it in an eco-friendly manner !

celebrate Eco-friendly Diwali Diwali is the festival of lights, joy and enthusiasm .We have a lot of mythological stories with regards to Diwali celebrations. Goddess Lakshmi incarnated on the no-moon night of the Kartik month during the churning of Kshirsagar (the ocean of milk). Lord Vishnu escaped goddess Lakshmi from King Bali in Vaaman incarnation. […]

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Observe International Yoga Day and show true secularism

International Yoga Day When Shriman Narayan (ex-governor of the Indian state of Gujarat) and son-in-law of Jamnalal Bajaj (an industrialist, philanthropist and Indian independence fighter) asked Albert Einstein (the world famous scientist and theoretical physicist, who was known for his failures in his young age) the secret of his success in the field of research, […]

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The significance of Deepawali – The Festival of Lights

The significance of Deepawali – The Festival of Lights Deepawali is a 5 day celebration of festival of lights that starts with Dhan Teras, followed by Narak Chaturdashi, Deepawali (i.e. Lakshmi Poojan) , Govardhan Pooja (also called Annakoot or Nootan Varsh) and Bhai Dooj. The festival conveys an important message that transcends religions – the […]

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