Interviews

Traditional knowledge key to conservation

Rahul Goswami is an expert facilitator on Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) with the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Culturedivision. From 2011, he has ...
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Pāṇini and Information theory – back to the future

Professor Gérard Huet is a French Computer Scientist, Mathematician and Computational Linguist. CSP connected with Professor Huet to ask him ...
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Dhrupad – Reclaiming Saamagaana

Center for Soft Power mourns the passing of Padmashri Ramakant Gundecha, the younger of the two Dhrupad exponents known as ...
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Healing in Ayurveda’s Flower Garden

Poonthottam Ayurvedasram in Kulakkad, near Cherpalcherry in the Pallakad district of Kerala is as far from the concept of an ...
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Yoga as an entry point to Indian spirituality

Sitting by the window overlooking the tea gardens of his home in the Niligiris, Raghu Ananathanarayanan reminisces to his student ...
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“India has a special quality of energy”

When Mariellen Ward won the National Tourism Award for Best Foreign Travel Writer / Blogger for 2017-18, from the Ministry ...
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Breath by breath – the way of the Kalari warrior

By C.K. Shridhar The Veda and the Tantra, Ayurveda and Jyotisha, Yoga and Martial Art, come together in India’s Kalaripayattu, ...
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Healthy Sound in a Healthy Body

Ayurvedic physicians Dr Poornima Krishnamurthy and Dr N.V. Krishnamurthy of Mysore have been treating musicians, including many leading vocalists, earning ...
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World needs Ayurveda’s code of medical ethics

Medical practitioners should take the Ayurveda oath of Ethics Even the most routine of medical interventions today is a nightmare ...
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Carnatic music for workouts

Started in 2016, Madrasana is an attempt to present classical art in an intimate setting to bring the artiste, the ...
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