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Hindu, Hinduism and Hindustan: Part XVI
Glory of Srimad Bhagavad Gita
by Dr. Jaipal Singh
As scripture, Srimad Bhagavad Gita embodies the essence of the Vedas and early Upanishads unravelling the supreme spiritual mystery and gems of Hindu philosophy. The individual verses of Bhagavad Gita appear quite simple and elegant on face but the meaning and thoughts behind each verse is so deep, abstruse and mystifying that .... Read On

Sant Kabir: A Great Mystic Poet
by Aju Mukhopadhyay
A simple life on earth touching the sky with enormous spiritual height, Sant Kabir remained a legend and mystery in his life time (fifteenth-sixteenth century) and beyond. His poetry was based on his mystic, spiritual vision and lifelong faith on God. Read On

Events That Changed Destiny of Nation: II
Annexation of Tibet by China in 1950

by Dr. Jaipal Singh
The Chinese official New China News Agency announced on 25 October 1950 that “The Chinese Army had been ordered to advance into Tibet to liberate the people of Tibet; to complete the unification of China; to prevent Imperialism from invading an inch of the territory of the Fatherland, and to safeguard and build up the frontier regions of the country”. Till such time, Tibet was a peaceful independent country with no trace of imperialism. Read On
- The Presidential Election of Congress in 1946

Rising Oil Prices and Falling Rupee
- A Double Whammy for Economy!

by Gollamudi Radha Krishna Murty
Media, both the electronic and print, is abuzz with comments that the steady rise in global crude oil prices does not bode well for Indian economy for it could raise costs across the board leading to rise in inflation and fall in corporate profits, besides effecting the investment sentiment even. Read On

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