Do you know that India had over 1,10,000 varieties of rice in the olden days?

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Have you thought beyond these common varieties of rice – Jeera, SonaMasuri, Basmathi, Steamed and Raw etc. Meet Mr. Mahesh Anand from Chidambaram, an ex-techie, converted into a farmer since 2.5 years. His passion to find and revive the traditional paddy varieties! He works with traditional paddy varieties – Kitchili Samba, Konakkuruvai, Katarniyam and AruvadhanKodai…. Read more »

In Conversation with Ronnie Newman

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World over, India has come to become synonymous to Yoga and Meditation. An Indian child hears these words even before he begins his formal schooling. They have now become a part of our sanskara. Our parents, elders and ancestors have vouched for the discipline of mind for our wellbeing but we have now come to… Read more »

Secret of Wisdom

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In one of his famous dohas, Sant Kabir Das ji says, पोथी पढ़ पढ़ जग मुआ,पंडीत भया न कोय; ढाई आखर प्रेम का, पढ़े सो पंडीत होय I (Pothi Padh Padh Jag Mua, Pandit Bhayo Na Koye; Dhai Aakhar Prem Ka,  Jo Padhe so Pandit Hoye)     Meaning: In this mortal world, caught up books, words,… Read more »

Art of Living De-Addiction Centre, Bengaluru

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Situated amidst the interiors of the Vaderahalli village, the Art of Living’s De-addiction centre in Bengaluru is creating uproars since its inception in November 2015. Having patients from pan India especially Northern regions, the centre has treated over 140 patients with a success rate of more than 70%. The centre houses over 14 dedicated employees… Read more »

Reviving aquatic life in Sengeniamman temple tank in Chennai

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Ecosystem, described as a biological community of interacting organisms and their physical environment, is unfortunately now getting limited to books. Ice bergs melting in Antartica is too far off to touch hearts. Floods in Uttrakhand might touch a nerve but then “life moves on.” Unless, we experience the loss, we don’t understand the magnitude of… Read more »