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Ganesha’s French Connection

Ganesha Chariot Festival has become the most sought after event in Paris During his recent visit to France for the ...
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Of India, Arts and Multicultural Australia

Australia is home to scores of Indians. According to the recent statistics Indians account for 2.4% of the Australian population ...
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INDIA’S LEGACY IN THAILAND

In a recent interview published by India’s public service broadcaster DD News, Sanskrit scholar Professor Chirapat Prapandvidya, from Thailand, exclaimed, ...
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Chennai Soft Power 30 : Brand India Through Performing Arts And Music

Hu Shih, the Chinese philosopher who passed away in 1962, is quoted often for saying, “India conquered and dominated China ...
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In search of sound

A native of Seattle, Daniel Miller is a composer, programmer, instrument builder, and field recordist. His creative practice centers on ...
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“The real merit of music on the global stage is the ability to teach the listener about the qualities of the maker”

Musicologist Bob Gilmore describes American born Ned Mcgowan’s music as one which “strives for an idiom in which various musics ...
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Annam to Brahman

Ahara - 9 June 2019 In the Indian Vedic tradition, food, annam, is not just a biological substance that sustains ...
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The History of the Development of Ayurvedic Medicine in Russia

The following is a research paper authored by Dr. Boris Vladimirovich Ragozin, Department of Ayurveda, Institute of Oriental Medicine, Peoples’ ...
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“Ayurveda can make India the world capital for curing chronic ailments – says MIT and Cambridge trained professor”

Ayurveda can make India the world capital for curing chronic ailments – says MIT-Cambridge Professor Indian sciences can solve modern ...
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Brett Lee Bats for Music Therapy

Former Australian fast bowler Bret Lee is known to cricket lovers as one of the best pace bowlers in the ...
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