Presence of The Mahabharata in Contemporary Political Narration and Literature
by Shubha Tiwari
Since Indians love politics and political discourse so much, this field cannot remain untouched by The Mahabharata narrative. Read On
Kashmir: A Dangerous Drift
by Jaipal Singh
One possible course is that both the PDP and BJP endeavour to understand each other's political sensitivities and focus on agenda items where they have common vision and mission. Read On
- Dharma-Yuddha, Duryodhana's
Raajadharma and deficit
of the 'Feminine'
Dreaded Disease of Organizations
by H.N. Bali
What’s dropsy? It’s an old-time term for the swelling of soft tissues due to the accumulation of excess water. Today, you’re expected to be descriptive and also ascertain the cause of things. So, you say so-and-so has edema due to congestive heart failure. However, I’m not going to talk about individuals but organizations. Unfortunately, dropsy is one of those afflictions that visit individuals as much as organizations like such other conditions as birth, growth decay and death.
- A Poet-Translator’s Bravura
- Celebration of Life's Experiences
- Husn-e-Ghazal by Elizabeth Kurian
- Twist at Tees Hazari
- What is Indian Way of Life?
by Dr. Pradip Bhattacharya
A Spanish professor of ancient history in the University of Malaga has carried out an extensive comparison of the Mahabharata (MBH) with the Iliad, building up a strong case for the Greek influence on thematic and stylistic grounds. Read On
by V. K. Joshi (Bijji)
The climate of the earth, if it was a book, would have made the most fascinating and interesting reading! Having pulsated between an Ice Ball Earth to a Hot House or Green House earth, the climate today is proving to be a boon and bane both for our earth. Read On
- Hindu Fringe and the Church