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 10 Oct 2016 Article/Essay
Essay:
Chanakya and Machiavelli – Two Realists in Comparison
By Jaideep A.Prabhu

“Politics,” Ronald Reagan once said, “is supposed to be the second oldest profession. I have come to realize that it bears a very close resemblance to the first.” Today, the former US president’s words m... Read More
 6 Oct 2016 Rare BOOKS
Digital Rare Book :
Rama and Homer - An argument that in the Indian epics Homer found the theme of his two great poems
By Arthur Lillie
Published by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., London - 1912

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 2 Oct 2016 Article/Essay
Essay:
The Scientific Dating of the Mahabharat War
By Dr.P.V.Vartak

The Mahabharat has excercised a continuous and pervasive influence on the Indian mind for milleniums. The Mahabharat, orginally written by Sage Ved Vyas in Sanskrut, has been translated and adapted into numerous languages and ha... Read More
 2 Oct 2016 Rare BOOKS
Digital Rare Book:
The Plot in Indian Chronology
By Pandit Kota Venkatachalam
Published by the Author in Vijayawada - 1953

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"The present volume is a mine of information which may benefit all sorts of readers, pa... Read More
 27 Sep 2016 New Books
New Book:
The Ocean of Churn: How the Indian Ocean Shaped Human History
By Sanjeev Sanyal
Published by Penguin Random House India (10 August 2016)

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Interview with Sanjeev Sanyal

Wave Theory: Sanjeev Sanyal on how the Indian Ocean shaped human history
By Su... Read More
 20 Sep 2016 Video
Video:
Lecture on Antiquity of Indian Medical Systems

Dr. Raj Vedam of Indian History Awareness and Research, Houston presents "Antiquity of Indian Medical Systems". The origins of Ayurveda are traced, the antiquity of early works discussed, a re-dating of Susruta is proposed, and the transmiss... Read More
 7 Sep 2016 Rare BOOKS
Digital Rare Book:
The Date of the Maha Bharata War and the Kali Yugadhi
By K. Srinivasa Raghavan
Printed at Srigam Printers, Madras - 1969

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Image:
Mahabharata War, Angkor Wat, Cambodia Read More
 29 Jul 2016 Article/Essay
Article:
Jambudwipa: The Seeds Of Political Unity In The Indian Subcontinent
By Sumedha Verma Ojha
Swarajya - July 29, 2016

The peacock flag of the Mauryans was the first to unify the Indian subcontinent under one political rule. From the Kubha River of modern Kabul in the north to the Vaigai R... Read More
 25 Jul 2016 Video
Video Lecture:
Indian Civilization: History of Astronomy in India
Part 2

Raj Vedam of Indian History Awareness & Research (IHAR) highlights the mainstream narrative of Indian history and discusses the history of astronomy in India in this Part 2 of a 3-Part talk, delivered in Houston, Texas, on ... Read More
 18 Jul 2016 Video
Video Lecture:
Indian Civilization: Genetic History of India
Part 1

Raj Vedam of Indian History Awareness & Research (IHAR) highlights the mainstream narrative of Indian history and discusses the genetic history of India.

How did it all begin?

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 17 Jul 2016 Event
Invitation for a lecture in Bangalore:

The Erased History of Ancient India
By Raj Vedam
at the Rotary Club, Lavelle Road, Bangalore
at 7 pm on Monday, 18th July 2016
All are welcome

"The mainstream narration of Indian prehistory and history leave a lot to be desired. It is increasingly clear t... Read More
 4 Jun 2016 Article/Essay
Book Extract:
Birth and Early Development of Indian Astronomy
By Subhash Kak
Published January 15, 2001

This paper provides an overview of the birth and early development of Indian astronomy. Taking account of significant new findings from archaeology and literary analysis, it is shown that earl... Read More
 8 May 2016 Article/Essay
Essay:
Why is the world so obsessed with India’s caste system?
By Sahana Singh
Indiafacts - 5 May 2016

There is an obsessive tendency to project the caste system as a form of social exclusivism found only in India. Clearly, not enough attention is being directed to the history of social hierar... Read More
 20 Apr 2016 Article/Essay
Essay:
Hindu: The Most Misinterpreted Term
By Sudipto Das
Swarajya - March 9, 2015

Here I stand, a Hindu, with a constant dichotomy within me as to what it really means—my nationality or my religion.

It’s not a very fortunate thing that even the names by which a major religion, or for that ... Read More
 20 Apr 2016 Article/Essay
Essay:
What Metallurgy Can Tell Us About Our History
By Anil Kumar Suri
Swarajya - September 30, 2015

An exploration of metallurgy in India:
The history of metallurgy in India can tell us a lot about the history of India itself. Our scientific heritage has inexplicably always been given short s... Read More
 20 Apr 2016 Article/Essay
Essay:
What Metallurgy Can Tell Us About Our History
By Anil Kumar Suri
Swarajya - September 30, 2015

An exploration of metallurgy in India:
The history of metallurgy in India can tell us a lot about the history of India itself. Our scientific heritage has inexplicably always been given short s... Read More
 20 Apr 2016 Article/Essay
Essay:
What Metallurgy Can Tell Us About Our History
By Anil Kumar Suri
Swarajya - September 30, 2015

An exploration of metallurgy in India:

The history of metallurgy in India can tell us a lot about the history of India itself. Our scientific heritage has inexplicably always been given short s... Read More
 18 Apr 2016 New Books
New Book:
Stri - Women in Epic Mahabharata
By Kevin McGrath
Published by Orient Blackswan - 20111

This book is a study of heroic femininity as it appears in the epic Mahabharata, and focuses particularly on the roles of wife, daughter-in-law, and mother, on how these women speak and on the kinsh... Read More
 18 Apr 2016 New Books
New Book:
India: A Sacred Geography
By Diana L. Eck
Published by RHUS - 2012

Summary:

The renowned Harvard scholar Diana Eck offers an extraordinary spiritual journey through the pilgrimage places of the world's most religiously vibrant culture and reveals that it is, in fact, through these sac... Read More
 18 Apr 2016 Article/Essay
Book Review:
Harvard scholar says the idea of India dates to a much earlier time than the British or the Mughals.
By Mridula Chari
Scroll.in - April 18th 2016

It wasn’t just a cluster of regional identities, and it wasn't ethnic or racial, says Diana L Eck, as she talks about her latest book, ... Read More