For the Westerners nature maybe a ‘discovery’, but for Indians we only need to rediscover and revive the old spirit and infuse it into modern methods, including scientific ones.
Presented here are a few examples of epigraphy which tell us on the status of women in ancient and medieval India.
The ideals of ancient Indian town planning seem to run deep through the concepts embedded in the Harappan cities like Mohenjo-Daro.
This article proposes that the site of Dholavira, in the Rann of Kachchh, enables us to calculate a possible linear unit used to lay out the fortifications.
Krishna (the supreme divinity) and the cows (the creation) are nothing but a pictorial representation of the Rig-Veda’s initial identity between earth and heaven.