Buddhist Theory of Apoha

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By Sunil Kumar Interesting article produced verbatim on my site: I THE STUDY OF THE problem of word-meaning in Indian philosophy has had a very complex and interesting development, much more interesting than is usually realized. It has probably sustained …

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If Akbar had been successful in spreading “Din-e-Ilahi”, how different would the political and theological scenario of India have been today?

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By Sunil Kumar Probable question; Akbar in the latter stage of his life invited people of different faiths and attempted to build syncretism, tolerance and inclusion in his court and consequently Islam in the subcontinent. If he had successfully spread, …

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Who won the Mahabharata war really?

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By Sunil Kumar The Mahabharata war was won by the Pandavas; but symbolically; it’s only dharma vs. adharma, the whole thrust of the Bhagavad Gita. Lord Krishna knew that the Kurus were destined for annihilation; and it was supposed to …

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What is the meaning of the verse 2.29 from the Bhagavad Gita?

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By Sunil Kumar This verse is attempting to describe the different notions about the soul; depending on the nature of men. Broadly, most Indic philosophy and the Bhagavad Gita describe men to be under the influence of the three gunas; …

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Who is Rajiv Malhotra? What is the hype about “The Battle For Sanskrit”?

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By Sunil Kumar Rajiv Malhotra is an Indian-American author and Hindu activist who, after a career in the computer and telecom industries, took early retirement in 1995 to found The Infinity Foundation, which focuses on Indic studies and promotes a …

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Q Q&A: What was the Bhakti movement?

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By Sunil Kumar Continuing with my answers on Quora. As a Top Writer(2016); I’d like to say simply, “Knowledge matters”. So; here’s another one; The Question: What was the Bhakti movement? Answer: Chaitanya Mahaprabhu & Sant(Saint) Kabir The Bhakti movement …

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An Ode To Identity: Kitne Pakistan

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By Sunil Kumar Events in the past few days have convinced me of the fact that the people who forget history are condemned to repeat it. Noted Hindi film-writer Kamleshwar has created a poignant masterpiece that tugs at the very …

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Teen Kavitayein

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By Sunil Kumar Need to key this in Latin/English script; Jeevan Ki Madhushala By Sunil Kumar Duniya ke daldal mein panv rakha mainein! Majhi mil gaya; karvan banta gaya! Sarsarati garmi; thand ka aseem kahar, aur jvalamukhi jaisi tapti hui …

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