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Swadeshi Indology-3: Tamil Nadu, The Land of Dharma

tcpAdmin : December 23, 2017 8:17 pm : Uncategorized

Swadeshi Indology Conference Series

The Swadeshi Indology Conference series is organized by the Infinity Foundation (India).  They have organized two editions already which have been successful and produced several high-quality Indic scholars who made excellent presentations and submitted  original research papers, which are accepted only after a Leave a response »

Indic Art Through Sketches

tcpAdmin : November 7, 2017 11:23 am : Uncategorized

TCP is thrilled to present this amazing series of sketches by the artist, Devika Joglekar. You can follow her work on twitter and facebook, and visit the Miheika Art website to learn more.



Malini Parthasarathy’s exit from ‘The Hindu’ newspaper was expected

Madurai: Crude bomb explodes near Meenakshi Amman Temple 


Prasar Bharati to launch 24×7 classical music (Carnatic and Hindustani) channel ‘Ragam’

Writer Jeyamohan on ‘intolerance‘ (Tamizh, English)

Prof. P. Kanagasabapathi: காங்கிரஸ் ஆட்சியின் அவலங்களும் மோடி அரசில் நம்பிக்கையும்


Rent Akira Kurosawa’s ‘The Hidden Fortress’ (1958) for 99c on iTunes / Amazon.



Was The Indian Sub-Continent The Original Genetic Homeland Of The Europeans?

Aravindan Neelakandan: How Soviet intellectuals dismissed yoga as a regressive philosophy, only to embrace it later

Science: Indian H-Pylori bug found in 3300 BCE ‘Iceman’. Subhash Kak:  Sanskritic languages likely displaced Basque and Finnish families.

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