Category: Books and Education

The relevance of Srimad Bhagavad Gita in pre-5G era

Today is Mokshada Ekadashi, popularly celebrated as Gita Jayanti as on this day, The Bhagavad Gita was narrated to Arjun by Lord Shri Krishna, just before the epic battle of Mahabharat. Most of the people (including me) had this perception that it is a religious book and it is meant for those people who are in the advanced stage of …

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Netaji Subhas Bose’s Azad Hind Government turns 75 today!

What was the name of the first Government of free Undivided India? Who was the first Prime Minister of Undivided India? Did you know that some parts of India gained freedom from British rule before 1947? Yes, some parts of the country gained Freedom before 1947. This was possible due to the efforts due to efforts …

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Lord Shri Krishna – His life and teachings

Happy Krishna Janmashtami greetings! I’m starting my #MyFriendAlexa journey by dedicating my first post to Lord Shri Krishna, his life and his teachings. Lord Shri Krishna was the 8th avatar of Lord Vishnu. Various studies have shown that the Lord lived in this world for 125 years in Dwapar Yuga. During his lifetime, he re-educated …

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Online Education – Is it Right For You ?

In my previous article, I have discussed about the differences between Online Education and Traditional Education. In this article, I will try to answer the question, “Is Online Education Right For You ?” In this age of Information Technology, online courses are not only gaining popularity in India but across the globe. At the same …

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Online Education and Traditional Education – Understanding the Difference

The Internet has become an ‘Information Super-Highway’ for college seekers. From admission procedure to scholarship applications, everything can be accomplished online. Now, a student can even obtain online degrees from institutes offering online education (recognized by UGC) as a viable alternative to a traditional classroom education. How different are these two methods of teaching, and …

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