In the Indian tradition, there is a rejection of the idea of language having a physical substrate. Instead, language is coterminous with Consciousness, the Ground of the Universe.
This book gives a more realistic assessment of Gandhi, quite different from the hagiographic accounts we grow up within India and surprisingly in South Africa too.
The burning social issues eating up the vitals of the country today relate to caste, religion, and secularism.
The Indian Renaissance by Sanjeev Sanyal should be a must-read for all Indians, especially the youth to truly get inspired and understand our country’s economy in great depth.
The Indian philosophy of perception- the contact theory or Direct Realism intimately links to the tenets of embodiment and liberation that form an inseparable part of the Indian tradition. This is hardly a theme in the Western tradition of philosophy.
The Indian theory of sensory perception.
The author of this wonderful treatise, Chittaranjan Naik, holds an undergraduate degree in Aeronautical Engineering from IIT Madras and a post-graduate degree in Industrial Engineering from the same institute. Despite…
Dr. Pingali Gopal reviews the Fundamentals of Indian Philosophy by Ramakrishna Puligandla.
In ‘Manmadhudu’, a popular Telugu film, the hero travels by car, takes a bullock-cart across unmotorable fields, does a marathon, and finally swims (the last which he is phobic about)…