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When Gandhiji visited London in 1931, he sadly observed that India at that time was more illiterate than it was a hundred years ago. Indeed, extensive surveys conducted by the. . .
March 23, 2012 School of Arts and Sciences, Amritapuri Meera S. R., Lecturer in Sanskrit, Amrita School of Arts and Sciences, Amritapuri had the opportunity. . .
“How can devotion for God help mankind in a practical way?” “The answer is inherent in the question itself. Devotion or love for God is the purest of all love. . .
Dr. Ramanathan, Professor of English at the Amritapuri campus of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, presented a paper titled Moulding Posterity in the True Spirit of India’s Heritage and Culture at the. . .
“We gazed fearfully into a deep water hole of the elephants, tread on real and imaginary elephant footprints with great awe, and negotiated mounds and mounds of elephant dung. It. . .
When 4000 students from all over the country come together with one purpose, the results are not merely beneficial; they have the power to create lasting change. For instance, fourteen. . .
High up in the Western Ghats, the pristine Wayanad District in Kerala is home to tribal population. It is the least populous district in Kerala and is also considered as. . .
“What do human values mean to me as a prospective professional in management?” MBA students from over thirty B-Schools in the country pondered on this question, as they participated in. . .
An Amrita paper was accepted for presentation at the International Conference on Spiritual Paradigm for Surmounting Global Management Crisis. The conference will be convened by the School of Management Sciences, Varanasi in collaboration with California State University, San Bernardino, USA during February 24-26, 2012.
All first-year students at all Amrita campuses receive training in the Integrated Amrita Meditation Technique (IAM) at the start of every academic year. A simple combination of traditional yoga asanas, pranayama and meditation exercises, IAM requires only about 20 minutes of daily practice.