Niyogi Books
16 10, 2017

Translator must always stay true to the original work

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Jayakanthan (24 April 1934 – 8 April 2015), popularly known as JK, was an Indian writer, journalist, orator, film-maker, critic and activist. Born in Cuddalore, he dropped out of school at an early age and went to Madras, where he joined the Communist [...]

10 10, 2017

One Man’s Journey from the Outer to the Inner Self

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This is a novel that takes a peek inside the secret world of an inventor's mind— what he sees, how he thinks and how he conceives the inventions that help change the world. The story is told as a series [...]

11 09, 2017

In loving remembrance of Swamiji’s speech in the Parliament of Religions

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A frog lived in a well. It had lived there for a long time. It was born there and brought up there, and yet was a little, small frog. Of course the evolutionists were not there then to tell us whether [...]

10 08, 2017

The Languages and Peoples in Ancient India

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The Rig Veda was included in the UNESCO “Memory of the World Register” in 2007 because, “being among the first literary documents in the history of humankind, [the Vedas] transcend far beyond their identity as scriptures. The Rig Veda, the [...]

2 08, 2017

The concept behind the Hindu Gods: An analysis based on Aurobindo’s interpretations of the Rig Vedic Gods

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Sri Aurobindo has provided a very interesting interpretation to the various aspects of the Rig Veda. His interpretations seem very logical.  A cursory glance at the Rig Veda may lead to the apparent belief that the hymns are desperate pleadings [...]

1 08, 2017

Without Prejudice – the making of the story

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The issues related to Mumbai dance bars are multifaceted and very deep-rooted. They have layered nuances, primarily socio-economic and carry legacies of our colonial past. The core problem is a complex social issue. Unfortunately, currently it has become a focused [...]

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