Major Somnath Sharma, PVC – The ‘Saviour of Kashmir’ (Part 4)
Major Somnath Sharma, PVC – The ‘Saviour of Kashmir’ (Part 3)
Major Somnath Sharma, PVC – The ‘Saviour of Kashmir’ (Part 2)
The Poetic Strength and Beauty of ‘Baji Prabhou’ – Part I
The Poetic Strength and Beauty of ‘Baji Prabhou’ – Part II
Major Somnath Sharma, PVC – The ‘Saviour of Kashmir’ (Part 1)
Reimagining Tales from Purāna-s and Itihāsa-s: A Writer’s Journey of Engaging with Epic Heroines (Video)
Sītā’s Banishment by Rāma in Kālidāsa’s Raghuvamśam
The featured excerpt is taken from a monograph edited by Shri Kireet Joshi and written by G. C. Nayak, titled “Selected Episodes from Kalidasa’s Raghuvamśam of Kālidāsa” (2010). This monograph is part of a series on Value-oriented Education centered on three values : Illumination, Heroism and Harmony.
Sri Aurobindo – The Perfect Gentleman (PART 1)
A most divine nobility and a perfectly sincere humility are the key highlights of the adorable personality of Sri Aurobindo which we see presented in this wonderful narration by Nirodbaran. This talk was given on June 12, 1970 at Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education and was first published in Mother India.
Education of the Body in Ancient India – Book Excerpts
India has had a long history of physical education. The heroes that India gave to herself represent not only great qualities of courage and valour but also of physical strength and excellence. In ancient India, there was an emphasis on the pursuit of an integral aim of life, which determined the discipline of integral education. Both the material and spiritual poles of the being had their place in this system.