RootIn_World @RootInWorld
16-May-2022 10 pm
 









@Indian History
10-May-2022 03 am
 

The Ancient University of Taxila, India :: The ancient University of Taxila was an university being situated in the city of Taxila (Sanskrit: तक्षशिला) (in the then Gandhara, North-Western India) near the very bank of the River Indus (Sindhu River). According to the great Indian Mythology Ramayana, the city of Takṣaśilā was founded by Bharat, the son of Kaikeyi and the younger stepbrother of Prince Ram. Along with the University of Nalanda (todays Bihar, India), Taxila was one of the greatest seat of higher learning in ancient India and probably one of the oldest University in the World. The highly systematic Vedic model of learning and teaching did help to establish large institutions such as Nalanda, Taxila and Vikramashila in ancient and Dharmik India. These universities not only did teach Vedic texts and the rituals but also the different theoretical disciplines related with the various aspects or the sciences of the Vedas, which included faculties such as linguistics, law, astronomy and reasoning. Taxila university was instrumental in sowing nationalistic sentiments in the Indian sub-continent region against the relentless foreign invasions in the Indian sub-continent. The great Scholar and Politician Chanakya (Kautilya) was one of the most stalwart alumnus of the University and led the foundation of the Greatest Historical Land-Empire in the Indian-Subcontinent. The Great Sanskrit Grammarian Panini (5th Century BCE) is believed to have been a Teacher at Taxila. Charaka, the Indian "father of medicine" and one of the leading authorities in Ayurveda, is also said to have studied at Taxila, and practiced there. Kumāralāta, the founder of Sautrāntika school was also an excellent teacher at Taxila university and attracted students from as far as China. The role of Taxila university as a center of knowledge continued under the Maurya Empire and Indo-Greek rule in the 3rd and 2nd centuries BCE. (Credit: University_of_ancient_Taxila, Wiki)










@Indian Polity
02-May-2022 02 pm
 

Narendra Damodardas Modi is an Indian politician who is the 14th and current Prime Minister of India since 2014. Modi was the Chief Minister of Gujarat from 2001 to 2014 and is currently a member of Parliament from Varanasi. He is a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). Narendra Modi was born and raised in Vadnagar, a small town in northeastern Gujarat. There Modi completed his secondary education. He was introduced to RSS at the age of eight. As a kid, he had to work at his father's tea shop on the railway-platform of Vadnagar station. Narendra Modi was appointed as Chief Minister of Gujarat in 2001. As chief minister he was very much praised for encouraging economic growth of the state. Modi led the BJP in the 2014 Indian general election with a resounding victory, thereby giving the party a majority in the lower house of Indian parliament, the Lok Sabha, the first time for any single party since 1984. Modi's governance has led to massive raise in foreign direct investment in the Indian economy. He began a high-profile sanitation campaign to to achieve an "open-defecation free" (ODF) India by 2 October 2019. In 2017, the national sanitation coverage rose to 65% from 38.7% on Oct 2, 2014 before the start of the campaign. It was 90% in August 2018.[77] 35 states/Union Territories, 699 districts and 5.99 lakh (599,000) villages were declared Open Defecation Free (ODF) by 25 September 2019. The Modi administration tried to attract foreign investment in the Indian economy from several sources, especially in East Asia, with the use of slogans such as "Make in India" and "Digital India". The foreign relations of India with the USA also mended after Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister. The Modi-Government also played exemplary role in Managing and Tackling the COVID-19 Pandemic in India!











Kailasa Temple, Ellora ❤️❤️ #Temples #IncredibleTemples #Bharat










@Indian History
24-Apr-2022 03 am
 

Pratapaditya was born in 1561. He defeated Pathan and Portuguese and extended Jessore's boundary from Puri to Sandwip. He declared independence and restored the martial glory of the Bengalis. He constructed the famous Chusatti Ghat in Varanasi and patronized Bengali language and culture. Pratapaditya prospered immensely, building numerous forts and temples and rapidly expanded through conquest. Finally went on to declare himself sovereign lord from the shackles of Mughal Empire. He presided over a Hindu kingdom in Bengal, which, at its zenith encompassed the districts of Nadia, North 24 Parganas and South 24 Parganas in West Bengal, as well as extending up to modern-day Bangladesh from Kushtia in the North, Barisal in the East and Sundarbans and Bay of Bengal to the South Maharaja Pratapaditya built several fortifications to secure his kingdom. The principal fourteen of them were at Jessore, Dhumghat, Raigarh, Kamalpur, Vedkashi, Shibsha, Pratapnagar, Shalikha, Matla, Haidargarh, Araikaki, Mani, Raimangal and Chaksri, even seven were built in and around present-day Kolkata. They were at Matla, Raigarh, Tala, Behala, Salkia, Chitpur and Mulajor and one near present-day Jagaddalin the North 24 Parganas. Maharaj Pratapaditya’s army was divided into six divisions – infantry, cavalry, artillery, archers and elephant division. The infantry consisted of the Dhali and Raibneshe soldiers, under the command of Kalidas Ray and Madan Malla. Madan Malla belonged to the Bagdi (Barga Kshatriya) caste. The Raibneshe soldiers of Pratapaditya’s army were all Bagdi in origin, brought from Mallabhum by Pratapaditya since the Bagdis were proven warrior clan of Bengal. According to Bharat chandra, Maharaj Pratapadaitya had 52,000 Dhalis under his command. There were many Kuki soldiers in his army and was under the command of Raghu. A cavalry of 10,000 was commanded by Pratapsingha Dutta. Pratapditya formed a rainbow coalition of classes and communities in his army 










চিত্রক @Patriot
23-Apr-2022 05 pm
 

Pratapaditya was born in 1561. He defeated Pathan and Portuguese and extended Jessore's boundary from Puri to Sandwip. He declared independence and restored the martial glory of the Bengalis. He constructed the famous Chusatti Ghat in Varanasi and patronized Bengali language and culture. Pratapaditya prospered immensely, building numerous forts and temples and rapidly expanded through conquest. Finally went on to declare himself sovereign lord from the shackles of Mughal Empire. He presided over a Hindu kingdom in Bengal, which, at its zenith encompassed the districts of Nadia, North 24 Parganas and South 24 Parganas in West Bengal, as well as extending up to modern-day Bangladesh from Kushtia in the North, Barisal in the East and Sundarbans and Bay of Bengal to the South Maharaja Pratapaditya built several fortifications to secure his kingdom. The principal fourteen of them were at Jessore, Dhumghat, Raigarh, Kamalpur, Vedkashi, Shibsha, Pratapnagar, Shalikha, Matla, Haidargarh, Araikaki, Mani, Raimangal and Chaksri, even seven were built in and around present-day Kolkata. They were at Matla, Raigarh, Tala, Behala, Salkia, Chitpur and Mulajor and one near present-day Jagaddalin the North 24 Parganas. Maharaj Pratapaditya’s army was divided into six divisions – infantry, cavalry, artillery, archers and elephant division. The infantry consisted of the Dhali and Raibneshe soldiers, under the command of Kalidas Ray and Madan Malla. Madan Malla belonged to the Bagdi (Barga Kshatriya) caste. The Raibneshe soldiers of Pratapaditya’s army were all Bagdi in origin, brought from Mallabhum by Pratapaditya since the Bagdis were proven warrior clan of Bengal. According to Bharat chandra, Maharaj Pratapadaitya had 52,000 Dhalis under his command. There were many Kuki soldiers in his army and was under the command of Raghu. A cavalry of 10,000 was commanded by Pratapsingha Dutta. Pratapditya formed a rainbow coalition of classes and communities in his army.










@Magnificent Temples
22-Apr-2022 04 am
 

Badrinath Temple, 🙏🙏❤️❤️ #Temples #Bharat 










@Magnificent Temples
22-Apr-2022 04 am
 

Kedarnath Temple, 🙏🙏❤️❤️     #Temples #Bharat  










@Magnificent Temples
22-Apr-2022 04 am
 

Somanath Temple, Gujrat  🙏🙏❤️❤️ #Temples #Bharat 











14th April 2022 Madurai Chithrai Thiruvizha Festival Shri Meenakshi Amman Poo Palakku Shri Chokkanathar Swamy Thiruveethi Ulla (Credit + Contact for Support/Donation : Shankar_trust , Twitter) (Link: https://twitter.com/ShankarTrust/status/1514838224258351105#Temples #IncredibleTemples #Bharat











12th April 2022 8th Day Of Madurai Chithirai Thiruvizha Shri Meenakshi Amman Pattabi Abhishegam Shri Chokkanathar Swamy (Credit + Contact for Support/Donation : Shankar_trust , Twitter) (Link: https://twitter.com/ShankarTrust/status/1514411567693307906 ) #Temples #IncredibleTemples #Bharat 










 RootIn_World @RootInWorld
14-Apr-2022 05 pm
 

13th April 2022 9th Day Madurai Chithirai Thiruvizha Shri Meenakshi Amman Digvijayam Shri Chokkanathar Swamy Piriyavidai (Credit + Contact for Support/Donation : Shankar_trust , Twitter) (Link: https://twitter.com/ShankarTrust/status/1514414568067702787 ) #Temples #IncredibleTemples #Bharat










 RootIn_World @RootInWorld
12-Apr-2022 02 am
 

11th April 2022 7th Day Madurai Chithirai Thiruvizha Shri Meenakshi Amman Shri Chokkanathar Swamy Rishaba Vahanam & Yali Vahanam Celebration within Temple due to Heavy Rainfall (Credit + Contact for Support/Donation : Shankar_trust , Twitter) (Link: https://twitter.com/ShankarTrust/status/1513564446433722376 ) #Temples #IncredibleTemples #Bharat










 RootIn_World @RootInWorld
12-Apr-2022 12 am
 

10th April 2022 6th Day of Madurai Chithirai Thiruvizha Festival Shri Meenakshi Amman Shokkanathar Swamy Thiruveethi Ulla (Credit + Contact for Support/Donation : Shankar_trust , Twitter) (Link: https://twitter.com/ShankarTrust/status/1513211506644631557 ) #Temples #IncredibleTemples #Bharat










Sundar @Sundar
08-Apr-2022 07 am
 

Bharat Mata (Mother India) -- is a work painted by the Indian painter Abanindranath Tagore in 1905. However, the painting was first created by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee in the 1870s. The work depicts a saffron-clad woman, dressed like a sadhvi, holding a book, sheaves of paddy, a piece of white cloth, and a rudraksha garland (mala) in her four hands. The painting was the first illustrated depiction of the concept and was painted during with Swadesh ideals during the larger Indian Independence movement. (Info-Credit: Bharat Mata, Wikipedia) (Image-Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Bharat_Mata_by_Abanindranath_Tagore.jpg ) #Art #ArtWork 










Mallika Bhattacharyya @Mallika1959
08-Apr-2022 07 am
 

Bharat Mata -- is a work painted by the Indian painter Abanindranath Tagore in 1905. However, the painting was first created by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee in the 1870s. The work depicts a saffron-clad woman, dressed like a sadhvi, holding a book, sheaves of paddy, a piece of white cloth, and a rudraksha garland (mala) in her four hands. The painting was the first illustrated depiction of the concept and was painted during with Swadesh ideals during the larger Indian Independence movement. (Info-Credit: Bharat Mata, Wikipedia) (Image-Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Bharat_Mata_by_Abanindranath_Tagore.jpg ) #Art #ArtWork 




















Childhood of -- Saravadamana -- is depicted in this Picture. Sarvadamana was the son of Dushyanta and Sankuntala. Sarvadamana later become Emperor Bharata (Sanskrit: भरतः). He is the first to Conquer all of Greater India, Uniting it into a Single Entity which was named after Him as -- Bhāratavarṣa. (Credit: Bharata_(Mahabharata) , Wikipedia) (Image-Source : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Raja_Ravi_Varma_-_Mahabharata_-_Bharata.jpg ) (Image-Description: Bharat plays with Lion Cubs, Painting by Raja Ravi Varma) #Bharat #Bharatvarsha #Art #ArtWork 










 RootIn_World @RootInWorld
06-Apr-2022 10 pm
 

Childhood of -- Saravadamana -- is depicted in this Picture. Sarvadamana was the son of Dushyanta and Sankuntala. Sarvadamana later become Emperor Bharata (Sanskrit: भरतः). He is the first to Conquer all of Greater India, Uniting it into a Single Entity which was named after Him as -- Bhāratavarṣa. (Credit: Bharata_(Mahabharata) , Wikipedia) (Image-Source : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Raja_Ravi_Varma_-_Mahabharata_-_Bharata.jpg ) (Image-Description:  Bharat plays with Lion Cubs, Painting by Raja Ravi Varma) #Bharat #Bharatvarsha #Art #ArtWork 










 RootIn_World @RootInWorld
05-Apr-2022 11 pm
 

5 Grahma Devatha Temples Seeking Monthly Contribution 🙏 Shri Karuppanna Swamy, Muneeswarar, Noondi Karuppar, Lada Sannasi Siddhar, Aadhi Moonor Rs. 3000 X 5 Temples = Rs. 15,000 (For Support, Contact or DM :- Shankar_trust , Twitter) (Link : https://twitter.com/ShankarTrust/status/1508027516371746817 ) #FundRaising #Donation #Temples #IncredibleTemples #Bharat #Charity










 RootIn_World @RootInWorld
03-Apr-2022 09 pm
 

Kamdhenu also known as Surabhi, is a Divine-Bovine Goddess in Sanatana-Dharma and is Mother of All Cows. She Blesses Her Owner with Everything that is desired of. Inheritors of Such Heritage, Sons of Bharata 🙏🙏 -- Help Kamdhenu Gowshala (Cow-Shelter) to Raise Fund to Serve Food to Such 500 Rescued Cows 🙏 Even If You Are Not Able to Donate, Please At least Help to Share This Information On Your Timeline in Various Platforms. Work Together to Achieve Greater Good. 🙏 ( https://milaap.org/fundraisers/support-kamadhenu-gowshala ) ( https://pages.razorpay.com/donate-for-gowseva ) (Information Credit : Kamadhenu Gowshala & Foundation , Twitter)










 RootIn_World @RootInWorld
01-Apr-2022 03 am
 

31st March 2022, Sarva Ammavasai Vishesh Poojai ; Shri Kamakshi Amman Temple Tuticorin ; New Vastram, Flowers, Sweet Pongal and Banana was Samarpan to Amma ; Prasadham was distributed to Devotees ; Kindly Support the Temple Kainkaryam of (Shankar_trust, Twitter) (Contact-Link: https://twitter.com/ShankarTrust/status/1509572514443595780 ) #Temples #IncredibleTemples #Bharat #Donation #Charity #FundRaising 🙏🙏










 RootIn_World @RootInWorld
01-Apr-2022 02 am
 

31st March 2022, Sarva Ammavasai Vishesh Poojai ; Shri Kamakshi Amman Temple Tuticorin ; New Vastram, Flowers, Sweet Pongal and Banana was Samarpan to Amma ; Prasadham was distributed to Devotees ; Kindly Support the Temple Kainkaryam of (Shankar_trust @ ShankarTrust, Twitter) (Contact-Link: https://twitter.com/ShankarTrust/status/1509572514443595780 ) #Temples #IncredibleTemples #Bharat #Donation #Charity #FundRaising


 RootIn_World @RootInWorld
01-Apr-2022 02 am
 

31st March 2022, Sarva Ammavasai Vishesh Poojai ; Shri Kamakshi Amman Temple Tuticorin ; New Vastram, Flowers, Sweet Pongal and Banana was Samarpan to Amma ; Prasadham was distributed to Devotees ; Kindly Support the Temple Kainkaryam of (Shankar_trust @ ShankarTrust, Twitter) (Contact-Link: https://twitter.com/ShankarTrust/status/1509572514443595780  ) 🙏🙏 #Temples #IncredibleTemples #Bharat #Donation #Charity #FundRaising


 RootIn_World @RootInWorld
01-Apr-2022 01 am
 

5 Grahma Devatha Temples Seeking Monthly Contribution 🙏 Shri Karuppanna Swamy, Muneeswarar, Noondi Karuppar, Lada Sannasi Siddhar, Aadhi Moonor Rs. 3000 X 5 Temples = 15 K (For Support, Contact or DM :- Shankar_trust , Twitter) (Link : https://twitter.com/ShankarTrust/status/1508027516371746817 ) #FundRaising #Donation #Temples #IncredibleTemples #Bharat #Charity










চিত্রক @Patriot
30-Mar-2022 08 pm
 

Veer Vinayak Damodar Svarkar (28 May 1883 - 26 February, 1966) was an Indian politician, activist, and writer. He developed the Hindu nationalist political ideology of Hindutva while imprisoned at Ratnagiri in 1922. He was a leading figure in the Hindu Mahasabha. Savarkar joined the Hindu Mahasabha and popularized the term Hindutva (Hinduness),previously coined by Chandranath Basu, to create a collective "Hindu" identity as an essence of Bharat (India). After 1937, he started traveling widely, becoming a forceful orator and writer, advocating Hindu political and social unity. In 1938, he was a president of Marathi Sahitya Sammelan in Mumbai. Serving as the president of the Hindu Mahasabha, Savarkar endorsed the idea of India as a Hindu Rashtra (Hindu Nation). He started his militarisation of Hindus from then in order to liberate the country and protect the country and Hindus in the future. The airport at Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar's capital was renamed Veer Savarkar International Airport in 2002. One of the commemorative blue plaques affixed on India House fixed by the Historic Building and Monuments Commission for England reads "Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, 1883–1966, Indian patriot and philosopher lived here". A commemorative postage stamp was released by government of India in 1970. A portrait of Savarkar was unveiled in the Indian Parliament in 2003. (Information Credit : Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, Wikipedia) 










চিত্রক @Patriot
30-Mar-2022 08 pm
 

Veer Vinayak Damodar Svarkar (28 May 1883 - 26 February, 1966) was an Indian politician, activist, and writer. He developed the Hindu nationalist political ideology of Hindutva while imprisoned at Ratnagiri in 1922. He was a leading figure in the Hindu Mahasabha. Savarkar joined the Hindu Mahasabha and popularized the term Hindutva (Hinduness),previously coined by Chandranath Basu, to create a collective "Hindu" identity as an essence of Bharat (India). After 1937, he started traveling widely, becoming a forceful orator and writer, advocating Hindu political and social unity. In 1938, he was a president of Marathi Sahitya Sammelan in Mumbai. Serving as the president of the Hindu Mahasabha, Savarkar endorsed the idea of India as a Hindu Rashtra (Hindu Nation). He started his militarisation of Hindus from then in order to liberate the country and protect the country and Hindus in the future. The airport at Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar's capital was renamed Veer Savarkar International Airport in 2002. One of the commemorative blue plaques affixed on India House fixed by the Historic Building and Monuments Commission for England reads "Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, 1883–1966, Indian patriot and philosopher lived here". A commemorative postage stamp was released by government of India in 1970. A portrait of Savarkar was unveiled in the Indian Parliament in 2003. (Information Credit : Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, Wikipedia) #Savarkar #Hindutwa 










 RootIn_World @RootInWorld
30-Mar-2022 06 pm
 

Virupaksha Temple is located in Hampi in Karnataka, India, in the district of Ballari. It is part of the Group of Monuments at Hampi, designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The temple is dedicated to Lord Virupaksha, a form of Shiva. The temple was built by Lakkan Dandesha, a nayaka (chieftain) under the ruler Deva Raya II also known as Prauda Deva Raya of the Vijayanagara Empire. Virupaksha Temple is the main center of pilgrimage at Hampi, and had been considered the most sacred sanctuary over the centuries. It is intact among the surrounding ruins and is still used in worship . The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, known here as Virupaksha/Pampa pathi, as the consort of the local goddess Pampadevi who is associated with the Tungabhadra River. There is also a Virupakshini Amma temple (mother goddess) in a village called Nalagamapalle, Chittoor district, Andhra Pradesh, approximately 100 km from Tirupati. (Credit: Virupaksha Temple, Hampi, Wikipedia)  (Image Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Virupaksha_Temple_from_the_top.JPG ) #Temples #IncredibleTemples #Bharat #India #BharatiyaVastukula










 RootIn_World @RootInWorld
29-Mar-2022 06 pm
 

5 Grahma Devatha Temples Seeking Monthly Contribution 🙏 Shri Karuppanna Swamy, Muneeswarar, Noondi Karuppar, Lada Sannasi Siddhar, Aadhi Moonor Rs. 3000 X 5 Temples = 15 K (For Support, Contact or DM :- Shankar_trust , Twitter) (Link : https://twitter.com/ShankarTrust/status/1508027516371746817 ) #FundRaising #Donation #Temples #IncredibleTemples #Bharat #Charity










 RootIn_World @RootInWorld
25-Mar-2022 06 pm
 

Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore invited Moriz Winternitz  to teach Sanskrit at his international university Visva-Bharati for a year, and Winternitz also came to Santiniketan, India in 1922. He stayed there for about a year. Later he wrote an outstanding book of Tagore’s Religion and World Vision in 1936. The name of the book is: Rabindranath Tagore: The Poet’s Religion and World Vision. #Winternitz #Indologist #Prague #Tagore #Indology #WorldVision #Weltanschauung










 RootIn_World @RootInWorld
19-Mar-2022 11 pm
 

Parihaspur #Stupa, built during the reign of Lalitaditya Muktapida, 8th century, Karkota Dynasty, #Kashmir . (Credit: wikipedia, Karkota_dynasty ) (Image Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Ancient_Ruins_at_Parihaspora_01.jpg ) #architecture #Bharat #India 










 RootIn_World @RootInWorld
19-Mar-2022 09 pm
 

Lord Ganesha is depicted both in the Main Brihadishvara #Temple and also as a Separate Shrine.   (Wikipedia, Brihadisvara_Temple,_Thanjavur) (Image Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Le_temple_de_Brihadishwara_(Tanjore,_Inde)_(13908795928).jpg#Temples #IncredibleTemples #Bharat 










 RootIn_World @RootInWorld
18-Mar-2022 03 am
 

Coin of Śaśānka-deva, king of #Gauda, circa 600–630. Shiva seated facing on bull seated left / Lakshmi seated facing on lotus; being watered by small elephants at either side. (Credit: Wikipedia, Shashanka) (Image Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Sasanka_Deva_king_of_Gauda_circa_600-630.jpg ) #India #Bharat #Dharma #Coin











Rabindranath and Moriz Winternitz (1863-1937), the Prague Indologist and the author of History of Indian Literature came in contact with Rabindranath Tagore when the latter visited Prague. He was invited by Tagore to teach Sanskrit at the Visva-Bharati University. Syed Muztaba Ali, a prolific Bengali writer, a student of the school section at that time remembers later: “At that time it was the practice that the prefect of the school declare the end of a period by giving a loud whistle. Those near the school bell were to relay their decision by ringing the bell and to make it known throughout the ashram area. Unaware of this while walking through the grounds of the ashram, Winternitz caught hold of the hand of the whistling boy. In a calm and soft voice he told the boy, ‘What a pity, that everybody here in the ashram is attentively studying whilst you are whistling!’ What happens to a fourteen-year-old boy if someone of Winternitz’ stature and of whom the Gurudev (Tagore) spoke so highly grabs him by the arm? The boy was speechless and perhaps on the verge of tears. The European gentleman brought him to the Head Master, Jagadananda Roy (Mathematics teacher), and recounted in a very chaste Sanskrit what mischief had been done by the boy. Jagadanandababu followed Winternitz’ Sanskrit, but was himself unable to comfortably answer him in spoken Sanskrit. As he continued teaching his students geometry solutions, he bent down over an exercise book suddenly, lowered his head, and murmured in Bengali to his students, ‘Why don’t you tell him to go to Haribabu - oh, how does he get me into these silly scrapes!” --- (Source: Debabrata Chakrabarti) (Image: Moriz Winternitz and Haricharan Bandyopadhya, The Famous Bengali Lexicographer and a Teacher of Sanskrit.) 🙏🙏 #MorizWinternitz #Sanskrit #Indologist #Prague  #RabindranathTagore





























Rabindranath Tagore: The Poet’s Religion and World Vision (German Original: Rabindranath Tagore: Religion und Weltanschauung des Dichters) by Moriz Winternitz Translated from German into English and presented as a critical edition By Debabrata Chakrabarti This English version is actually a collection of essays written originally in German on Tagore by the renowned German Indologist Moriz Winternitz (1863-1937). It also includes an Introduction to the Indologist and his book on Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941)’s religion and world vision along with the correspondence between the two friends and masters. It was within his short visit to Prague in 1921 that Tagore became fascinated by Winternitz’ scholarship and dedication, and he invited him to India to teach Sanskrit for a year. Winternitz then taught during the 1922-23 session at the newly formed international university Visva-Bharati at Santiniketan in Bengal. His proximity to Tagore at Santiniketan along with their extended conversations left him with a deep appreciation for the Indian poet. Years later for the occasion of Tagore’s 75th birthday he wrote a small book in German, “Rabindranath Tagore: Religion und Weltanschauung des Dichters” [“Rabindranath Tagore: The Poet’s Religion and World Vision”] in 1936. One finds this book translated here from German into English. Syed Muztaba Ali, a prolific writer of Bengal and an erudite scholar of German language and culture once expressed his own comment of the book: “Among all the writings on Tagore’s ideals that I have since read, I value most this book by Winternitz, which covers his faith and devotional discipline (Saadhanaa). “This small book is not burdened by emotionalism. The language is straightforward and clear. There is no trace of the so-called “mystic light and shadow” or superficial understanding. Almost any reader will have access to its content. ” #RabindranathTagore #MorizWinternitz










@Temples
14-Feb-2022 03 am
 

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Mallika Bhattacharyya @Mallika1959
13-Nov-2021 04 pm
 









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03-Oct-2021 10 pm
 










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'Jai Vinayak Temple - Jaigad' The temple was built in Pagoda style architecture having three layers of roof with a bronze coated, 6 feet tall Lord Hanuman #Bharat