General Introduction to Shilpa Vyavastha It was the year 1982, that we were visiting Belur and Halebidu – the ancient temple sites of Belur Chennakeshava
Author: Prashanth V Kumar
Prashanth V Kumar has long been associated with Art of Living and has been one of the most important teachers of the organization. Having come in close contact with Guruji Shri Ravindra Sharma ji, Prashanth V Kumar has deeply studied various aspects from Bharatiyata perspective. Prashanth V Kumar has keen interests in temple architecture, traditional cooking, traditional arts and crafts, oral traditions of history telling (Jaati Purana), 49 Samskaras (there are 16 main Samskaras, but a total of 49), their relevance from the perspectives of local economy, Ayurveda, nature’s balance and many more. He has also been conducting workshops on these topics and has been writing about them for more than 15 years. Prashanth V Kiumar is also in the process of establishing a small Ashram under his recently formed Bharathiyata Anusandhan Kendra Trust outside Bengaluru.
Aesthetic architecture, Simple Civil Engineering, Sustainable & Eco-Friendly Construction An Introduction to the Shilpa Vyavastha of Bharata Before commencing this blog, I would like to
After the advent and popular acceptance of the Gregorian calendar, the use of the Bharathiya Panchanga has almost been very limited and in many cases
111. Aushadha: This word Aushadhi is derived from the word Oshadhi which means ‘medicinal herb’. This word is generally employed for all medicines especially of vegetable origin.
Ayurveda, Siddha and Unani Systems of medicine that existed in Bharat even before 1600 BC were not just systems of medicines; they were Systems of