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MATHEMATICS IN INDIA
By editor - 16.8 2019 There is little known about the history of Indian mathematics; this is due to a small amount of authentic records containing their mathematics.  The first known mathematics was preserved in the city Mohenjo Daro, during the time of the Indus Valley Civilization.  The Indus Valley Civilization is thought to have been settled around 2,500 B.C.E.  Mathematics was found everywhere in Mohenjo Daro, from its advanced architecture to its methods of measurement, counting and weighing...Read more...
THE VASTU TRADITION IN HINDUISM
By editor - 16.8 2019 The vastu tradition is said to be the ancient science of designing and constructing buildings and houses with a corresponding plot of land. The root word vas in vastu means to dwell, live, stay, and reside (Gautum 17) (Kramrisch 82). The...Read more...
The Flow of Soma
By David Frawley (Pandit Vamadeva Shastri) - 16.8 2019 In the following article we will discuss the Vedic principle of Soma and its related principle of Agni in order to help us understand the internal alchemy behind the deeper process of Yoga and Samadhi.    Soma and Ananda...Read more...
Deadly D’s to determination
By Hemarupa Caitanya Das - 16.8 2019 Determination is vital either in material or spiritual life. This determination exhibits a devotee’s hankering and sincere desire for attainment of the perfectional stage of devotional service. Lord Brahma, the original first living being was...Read more...
Vraja-prema only increased by knowledge of Krsna’s position
By Bhurijan Das - 16.8 2019 How is it possible to understand the mood of separation of the Brijbasis without the equivalent amount of love for Krsna. Of course, it is not possible. … … Here are some mundane poems about love in separation. Rupa Gosvami heard one such mundane...Read more...
The Holy Places of Jaiva Dharma: Brahmaloka
BY: SUN STAFF - 15.8 2019 Viraat Purusha A serial presentation of the holy places mentioned in the Jaiva Dharma of Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakur - Part 40. Along with its designation as a temporary abode and its hierarchical placement in the planetary system, there are numerous other...Read more...
Lord Caitanya's Influence on Durga Puja
BY: SUN STAFF - 15.8 2019  Lord Caitanya's influence on the establishment of Durga Puja in Cuttack, Orissa. Various accounts exist of the origination of Durga Puja in the state of Orissa, and all historical accounts agree that important influences came from many regions outside of...Read more...
The Holy Places of Jaiva Dharma: Brahmaloka
BY: SUN STAFF - 15.8 2019 Lord Brahma A serial presentation of the holy places mentioned in the Jaiva Dharma of Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakur - Part 39. Before giving further consideration to the many descriptions of Brahmaloka as a destination for living entities engaged in fruitive...Read more...
Calcutta Woodcuts, Part 7
BY: SUN STAFF - 15.8 2019 Bhisma on a Bed of Arrows Transcendental art: the rare woodcut prints of 19th Century Calcutta. Along with the various Vrindavana lila images we've examined so far in this woodblock series, Calcutta's urban artists also portrayed Lord Krsna's fighting...Read more...
References to the Hare Krsna Maha-mantra
References to the Hare Krsna Maha-mantra Predating the Advent of Lord Caitanya by Madhavananda das - 15.8 2019 BY: SUN STAFF   Although the Hare Krsna Maha-mantra gained great fame throughout India with the advent of our Yuga Avatara, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, there are numerous...Read more...
Art and Cosmology in India
BY: SUN STAFF - 14.8 2019 From a lecture by Subhash Kak given at the Center for Indic Studies, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth (2006). The best way to understand India is through its art and the cosmology. Textbook narratives often overlook the synthesizing principles that represent...Read more...

BY: SUN STAFF - 14.8 2019 The Departure of Krishna and Balarama Transcendental art: the rare woodcut prints of 19th Century Calcutta. Today's woodblock print is another excellent...
BY: SUN STAFF - 14.8 2019 Lord Brahma A serial presentation of the holy places mentioned in the Jaiva Dharma of Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakur - Part 38. Following our opening discussion on...
BY: SUN STAFF - 14.8 2019 The Descent of Ganga Ma Transcendental art: the rare woodcut prints of 19th Century Calcutta. Today's woodcut exemplifies a popular sub-set of the images...
BY: SUN STAFF - 14.8 2019 Brahma and Sarasvati on Hamsa  Album leaf with Telugu inscription, c. 1830, South India  British Museum Collection A serial presentation of the holy...
Compiled by Sri Nandanandana Das - 14.8 2019 Sometimes people ask who is Lord Balarama? And the answer is that He is the brother of Lord Krishna. However, He does many things besides that....
By editor - 14.8 2019 APPEARANCE Sri Baladeva is the Supreme Personality of Godhead Himself. He is equal in supremacy to the Supreme Godhead, yet wherever Krishna appears, Sri Baladeva appears...
BY: SUN STAFF - 13.8 2019   Krsna Helps Mother Yasoda to Churn Butter Transcendental art: the rare woodcut prints of 19th Century Calcutta. Today's look at the Calcutta woodblock...
By editor - 13.9 2019 1 Sri Narada said: Asked by whom, and for what reason did Lord Krsna, the master of the universes, come to the earth? O best of the knowers of the Vedas, please tell. 2...