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Ancient Bharat

Journeying through ancient sites of Mahabharat

Bharat’s epics have been depicted as ‘mythologies’ whereas, in reality, they are part of our history. A story that can be backed by archaeological...

Sindhu-Saraswati figurine showing man sitting under cobra hood has striking similarity to Sri Vishnu resting on Sheshnag

A figurine belonging to the Sindu-Saraswati civilization which is currently in Barakat Gallery appears to be the oldest known depiction of Bhagwan Vishnu. ...

Mahābhārata is the encyclopedia of ancient Bharat – do you know what your region was called back then?

Here is a fascinating map of all the places of ancient Bharat as mentioned in Mahābhārata. This map is put on display in Purana...

Bhagwan Vishnu Murti made of black stone recovered in B’desh

An murti of Bhagwan Vishnu weighing about 12 kg has been recovered from the Daudkandi upazila of Cumilla in Bangladesh. The height of the black...

Earliest surviving Hindu painting unveiled in Mumbai

In an epochal event marking the revelation of the lost traditions of ancient Bharatiya art, the earliest surviving Hindu painting, photographed and digitally restored...

Venkatesa Perumal Temple inscriptions reveal 1100-year-old Chola hospital was well-equipped & functional

Archaeologists have discovered inscriptions attesting to a fully equipped 15-bed Chola hospital that was constructed more than 1100 years ago under the reign of...

Harappan people ate high protein laddoos: Study

People living during the Harappan civilization around 4,000 years ago, have been found consuming high-protein, multigrain 'laddoos', according to a study. The scientific study of...

Propagandizing the Aryan Invasion Debate: A Rebuttal to Tony Joseph

On 16 June 2017, an article appeared on the Hindu titled “How genetics is settling the Aryan migration debate” by Tony Joseph. This article claims that...

What COVID taught us: How shaucha was maligned as “untouchability”

For nearly 100 years, the practice of shaucha (Hindu cleanliness practice) has faced an endless barrage of abuse and ridicule among the pseudointellectual class...

A book covering Bharat’s history from the Indic point of view

Bharat's history has been a victim of distortion by vested interests and the disconnect with the traditional language of the land brought about due...

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