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The Mind of Margayya

Shivoham : February 23, 2017 7:35 am : Uncategorized

(source: tribuneindia.com)

Rasipuram Krishnaswami Iyer Narayanaswami (1906-2001), the creator of Malgudi was one of India’s greatest storytellers and thinkers. Writing under the shortened name R. K. Narayan, a small sample of his works include Swami and Friends, Bachelor of Arts, Guide, and Gods, Demons, and Others ...

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Sringara (Romance) is also Part of Our Culture

N.R.I.pathi : February 16, 2017 8:36 am : Uncategorized

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After our preceding article on Romantic Sanskrit Poetry, it is only natural for people to ask whether our illustrious culture should be romantic, let alone, romanticised ...

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Classical Indic Literature V: Romantic Sanskrit Poetry

N.R.I.pathi : February 13, 2017 9:30 am : Uncategorized

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Rebuilding the National Character involves not only understanding what we need to do, or even why we are doing it, but why it is worth preserving at all ...

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Rebuilding the National Character

N.R.I.pathi : January 26, 2017 9:55 am : Uncategorized

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The essence of character is willingness to stand up for your principles and endure in safeguarding the principles you support. High-minded thinking may appeal to all or even most; but it is fortitude, and the willingness to endure in order to safeguard these principles, even sacrificing oneself in the process, which is the hallmark of character, and shows the calibre of the principle ...

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Shubha Sankranthi (2017)

Admin : January 14, 2017 5:30 am : Uncategorized

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Shubha Makara Sankranthi to all our readers!

Whether you call it Makara Sankranthi, Lohri, Magh Bihu, Ghughuti, Pongal, Sakraat, Khicheri, Saaji, Suggi, Tirmoori, Uttarayan or “the transition of the sun into the constellation capricorn“, we wish you all a very Happy Harvest Festival!

Part of celebrating what unites us is understanding the beauty of the variety ...

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Why Character is so Important

N.R.I.pathi : December 19, 2016 11:27 am : Uncategorized

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In our previous article, we discussed how there is a global epidemic of characterlessness. And contrary to characterless gyaanis, waxing eloquent on the glories of their genius and genetically determined birthright to oppress others, it is character that qualifies one for leadership of any sort (political or spiritual) ...

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The Global Crisis of Character

N.R.I.pathi : November 21, 2016 8:45 am : Uncategorized

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Good character is not formed in a week or a month. It is created little by little, day by day. Protracted and patient effort is needed to develop good character ...

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Why are Indians so Gullible?

N.R.I.pathi : November 7, 2016 12:53 pm : Uncategorized

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This is a question that has dogged many a patriotic Bharatiya, and has been gleefully theorised by many a con-artist Videshi—the British most of all.

Assorted sordid theories of all sorts have been proffered psycho-analysing Indians using various fraudulent Freudian and now neo-Marxist theories (ostensibly aimed at digesting the Hindu cause into a new “hindu Left”…as if Marx & Mao haven’t done enough damage) ...

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Shubha Deepavali (2016)

Admin : October 29, 2016 1:25 pm : Uncategorized

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Shubha Deepavali! Diwali Shubhkamnayein! Happy Diwali! Happy Tihar! and all the many regional variations of this sacred festival. Deepavali is the great utsav that unites us all, being celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, and Buddhists alike ...

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Why Post-Modern Society is a Bastard Society

N.R.I.pathi : October 24, 2016 11:49 am : Uncategorized

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Scene from the (Post-Modern) Anglo-Saxon Chronicle

Shri S.Gurumurthy wrote in an article from 2015 that we are Leave a response »

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