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A Case for Large Countries
by Sanjay Chowdhary
Imagine if the United States were 50 sovereign independent nations and not the politically one America we know of! Imagine Europe today without the Union. What emerges is total chaos. In political language, we may call it anarchy. Perhaps by now, we would have been living with a lot of Berlin walls and Mexico Walls and architecture would have been a sight to behold from Moon! Elon Musk would be happy creating ‘self-sustaining, permanent, human settlements’ and daily voyages for the visual delight! Read On
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Can India Teach the World a New Way of Thinking?
by Dr. Anil Rajvanshi
It is a historical fact that India was the only country in the world which withstood the onslaught of Muslim conversion. Every country in Africa, Europe and Asia fell to the Muslim conversion. But India which was occupied and ruled for almost 1000 years by Muslim rulers never became a Muslim country. Why was it so? Read On

The Lost Mahabharata of Jaimini
by Dr. Pradip Bhattacharya
Vyasa had five disciples: Vaishampayana, Jaimini, Paila, Sumantu and his own son, ... Of Jaimini’s version, only his Ashvamedha Parva exists in full where it is he who recites it to Janamejaya. The legend is that Vyasa rejected all the other compositions. Read On

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