India had trade relations with most of the European countries since the times of the Roman empire. Indian spices, silk, muslin and handloom fabric were a craze in Europe. The trade expedition to Travancore in 1741 was led by a young Flemish Officer Captain Eustace De Lenoy.
“Brahmam is supreme. The entire creation is one and the same. God does not differentiate the big from the small… the Brahmin and the pariah tread on the same earth. The day and night are identical for the rich and the poor…
To Baji Rao Peshwa has been attributed the transformation in the character of the Maratha Nation State and the entire redistribution of political power throughout India during the 20 years of his active carrier.
A man whose brain was many sided; who could grasp detail and yet appreciate the holistic perspective; in whom not only the creative a faculties found expression in full measure but also the analytic, a man whose whole being was animated by a spirit of lofty enterprise.
Reliving the saga of ancient mariners and sailing through Storms and choppy seas, INS Tarangini has completed a voyage, the mission of which was goodwill and peace apart from the training of his cadets.
Dr. Shastri was a philosopher, an exceptional author, and an authority on poetics, philosophy, religion, culture, Indology, linguistics, grammar, epistemology etc. his pioneering contributions are evident in the field of Pali, Prakrit,
Siddharth Swamigal was born on 15 May, 1904, at Srinivasanallur, a small village near the temple town of Kummbbakonam in Tangore District to Sri Rathnaswamy and Smt. Dhana Lakshmi Ammal in a family of Siddharas.
V. Lakshminarayana born on Jan 11, 1911, he began his musical training as a 4 year old. Following the guru shishya parampara flowing from Baluswamy Dikshitar, V.Lakshinarayana is credited with introducing under acting a Western Violin into Indian Music.
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