May 20, 2017

Śabda-sudhā is a series dedicated to understanding Sanskrit words with their etymology, translation, examples from various Sanskrit texts and simple examples, synonyms etc. This blog aims to help the readers make the right usage of Sanskrit word at the right place. ...  
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May 10, 2017

Śabda-sudhā is a series dedicated to understanding Sanskrit words with their etymology, translation, examples from various Sanskrit texts and simple examples, synonyms etc. This blog aims to help the readers make the right usage of Sanskrit word at the right place. ...  
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Apr 29, 2017

Śabda-sudhā is a series dedicated to understanding Sanskrit words with their etymology, translation, examples from various Sanskrit texts and simple examples, synonyms etc. This blog aims to help the readers make the right usage of Sanskrit word at the right place. ...  
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Apr 17, 2017  | 2 Comments

I have been greatly inspired by Ancient Indian Knowledge System as such and more specifically by Srimad Bhagavad Gita. Therefore I suggested that I would share some thoughts from the Gita, particularly on leadership. We are in a situation today that the greatest scarcity we have in this country is leadership. We have seen improvements in educational standard, n...  
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Apr 17, 2017  | 4 Comments
Word list: 1. मुहुः 2. अभीक्ष्णम् 3. असकृत् 4. शश्वत्'>

Sanskrit language is known to be scientific as each word in Sanskrit is formed etymologically. This nature of a language is not found in any other Indian language, and neither in English. For eg: when someone is asked the meaning of ‘कपडा’, they will reply saying it is ‘वस्त्र’, ‘पहनावा’ or another word which repla...  
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Apr 17, 2017

Śabda-sudhā is a series dedicated to understanding Sanskrit words with their etymology, translation, examples from various Sanskrit texts and simple examples, synonyms etc. This blog aims to help the readers make the right usage of Sanskrit word at the right place. ...  
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Apr 13, 2017

What to teach in today’s educational curriculum is a matter that has produced more dust and heat than real substance. This has been true especially in recent years as every attempt by the Indian government to introduce “Indian knowledge” into the curriculum has met with stiff resistance and a hue and cry of thrusting religi...  
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Apr 13, 2017

New Curriculum Design to Enable Individuals Discover their Unique Strengths Think of the educational opportunities available today after school. Students can opt for professional courses such as Engineering or Medicine, or for the three broad streams available: Science, Commerce or Liberal A...  
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