Indian Grand Narrative

Sanskritizing India’s Education Policy,The Sanskrit Non-Translatable approach: #NEP needs #SNT

Jayakara Poojari Author’s Note: In my previous article Coloniality and Bharatiya Drishti: #NEP2020 is COLONIZED, I discussed about why the MHRD is important and why the keepers of Dharma need to understand the larger intellectual battles. They are far behind the strategies and tactics of the opposition. Here I discuss …

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Hindu Rashtra – Toward a Global World : An alternative to the limiting idea of Nation states

Author: Abhisek Kumar Panda. Editorial Note: Building on vocabulary introduced in the book Being Different , IK Abhisek Panda makes a very compelling case for alternatives to the regressive idea of a nation State. These kinds of ideas rooted in a sense of Sanatana and Dharma, will not provoke any …

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#RamJanmaBhoomi : Rejuvenation of Bharatiya Grand Narrative

Author: – Krishna Ravishankar. Editorial Note : Young IK Krishna discusses the role of the Ramayana in the conception of the Indian Grand Narrative. As Rajiv Malhotra says , the Ramayana is the world’s oldest and most widely spread Grand Narrative. The reconstruction of the Ram Janmabhoomi temple at Ayodhya …

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History needs to be History ! .. We need an Alternative To History

Author: Subhodeep Mukhopadhyay. History as it is In Indian history curriculum, Emperor Ashoka is an important figure, being the only other emperor in India apart from Akbar to have received the honorific “Great”. The following is an excerpt on Ashoka from a typical NCERT history text book used in Indian schools. …

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Unleashing Bharat’s Innate Entrepreneurial Spirit

Global Models The Mumbai-centric RBI believes in the “global” model of lower interest rates. Lower interest rates they say drives growth. The idea is that when interest rates are low, companies will borrow more at lower rates and expand their businesses. More employment will be generated. At lower rates, people will borrow more to buy electronic gadgets, houses, cars and go on foreign…