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Navratri, the celebration of woman power

Navratri (literally, nine nights) celebrates the victory of good over evil, light over darkness and chaos. But more than anything else, it is the celebration of woman power – Shakti, or the female principle of Nature. Goddess Durga is the symbol of supreme woman power or Nari Shakthi. She...

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Problem-solving is essential to engineering.

September 15 is celebrated as Engineer’s Day in India, Sri Lanka and Tanzania in memory of Bharat Ratna recipient and engineering pioneer of India Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya, popularly known as Sir MV. A civil engineer and statesman, Mr. Visvesvaraya was born on this day in 1861 in Muddenahalli village...

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Teacher – A Lamp of the Nation

“शिक्षक गौरवशालि तब घोषित होगा जब राष्ट्र गौरवशाली घोषित होगा राष्ट्र गौरवशाली तब होगा जब वे अपने जीवन मूल्यों और परम्पराओ का निर्वाह करने में सक्षम होगा, राष्ट्र सफल और सक्षम तब होगा जब शिक्षक अपने उत्तरदायित्व का निर्वाह करने में सफल होग और शिक्षक सफल तब कहा जायगा...

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Lessons from Bhagvad Gita For Students

The country is celebrating Janmashtami today. Janmashtami is an occasion to celebrate Shri Krishna’s birthday. Shri Krishna is not just a deity for many but also a source of unquestionable wisdom and guidance in the form of Bhagvad Gita. Bhagvad Gita has philosophies which can help students fight issues...

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