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How Krishna defeated Jarasandha by commanding the sea

‘Why’s that the path of Dharma is always laborious?’ mused Krishna lying on his grass bed in the remote Gomantaka Hill of Sahyadri Ranges. It was one of the dark...

Balarama: The Fourth Pillar of Duryodhana’s arrogance

Amidst the melodious sounds of Vedic chants and annoying vehicles, I walked towards the Tirumala bus stand from the exit of the world famous Srivari temple of Tirumala....

A poem on Arjuna

Arjuna, the protagonist of the great epic of Mahabharata is a very personification of heroism. His character and charisma have inspired and writers and poets for...

Albert Einstein and his eye view towards history

The Nightmarish! “I have nightmares of history exams!” declared one of my esteemed friend. He represents the set of students, who would prefer suicide over...

When Amarendra Bahubali reminded me of Arjuna

How did Amarendra Bahubali display a great trait like Arjuna

That 356 year old surgical strike: story of Shivaji and Shaistakhan

अहिंसा परमो धर्मः धर्म हिंसा तथीव च ~Swami Chinmayanada Indians have lived by the above quote for centuries,...

When Arjuna saved Duryodhana

The Exile of Pandavas The best revenge is massive success – Frank Sinatra When we think about injustice, one of the prominent incidents that occur to our mind is...

Allegorical David and Goliath for the corporate world

For those who aren’t familiar with the legendary biblical tale of David and Goliath,the tale goes as follows: Israel and Palestine have been at war since times...

Dashavtaras: The Indian allegory to Science of evolution

I was awakened by an early morning notification of Scientific American article remembering Charles Darwin on his 210th Birthday. Although the central theme of the...

‘Ajaya’: Analysing the invincibility of Duryodhana

Once the 11 akshauhini armies of Kauravas, along with numerous titans of warfare viz. Bhishma, Drona, Karna and Shalya perished, Duryodhana, who was burning with anger...