Sanskrit And Mother Tongue Should Be Made Compulsary!

Sanskrit should be made compulsory in my opinion.... Mother tongue and Sanskrit should be made compulsory, third (language) is optional," BJP MP Subramanian Swamy told reporters on the sidelines of an event here. He claimed that Sanskrit was the only acceptable language for storing knowledge for artificial intelligence in a computer. India, he added, possessed … Continue reading Sanskrit And Mother Tongue Should Be Made Compulsary!


Most intelligent disciple among 6 disciples of Punarvashu Atreya. S/O- Devadatta. Other names- Hutasa, Hutasavesa, Vahnivesha. Incarnation of  god Agni. Time period :- Between period of Atharvaveda(1500 BC) and Panini(700 BC) i.e. around 1000 year BC. Work of Agnivesha:-          Agnivesha Tantra  It is divided in to 8 divisions(sthanas) and contains 120 … Continue reading Agnivesha


He learned the science of ayurveda from Indra and taught to Punarvashu Atreya. 4 persons bearing name Bhardwaja present in ancient India:- Bhardwaja-I Time period :- 1200 year BC Composer of many mantras of Rigveda. Bhardwaja-II Time period:- 900 year BC S/O - Brihaspati and Mamata Participated at assembly of sages arranged at Himalaya to … Continue reading Bhardwaja

SAMHITA KALA – Golden period of Ayurveda.

The perfect development of Ayurveda was seen during Samhita kala. The period from Sage Bhardwaj to Acharya Vagbhata is known as Samhita Kala. As per available evidences the samhita period fixed from 1500 BC to 5th century AD. The earlier texts of Samhita kala are in the form of  Sutra(poetic form) later written in the … Continue reading SAMHITA KALA – Golden period of Ayurveda.


Introduction- History is as important as any other branch of science. Careful review of events in the past will pave the way for new invention. Since 1005, the year when the Leipzing Institute was founded by Carl Sudoff nearly every university has introduced the subject of medical history in it's undergraduate or postgraduate courses. The … Continue reading AYURVEDA ITIHASA