Dhundh: As I stood wondering in the morning fog

As I walked through the fog, and the road passed already quickly enveloped itself in the white sheet, as the road further down wouldn't yield. I stood there wondering - Why am I so curious about what is there ahead.. and so cautious of what has gone by. I wonder. … [Read more...]

Roots of the Indian IT industry and its influence on the Global Computing history: Contribution of IITs and MIT Indian students

The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have shaped the Computer history in many ways.  Indian computing talent has not only impacted the computing world via the IITs, but also via the Indian students who graduated from the MIT and then contributed tremendously.  This lecture features Dr. Bassett and T.M. Ravi an IIT graduate, Silicon Valley businessman, and member of TIE discussing the roots of the Indian IT industry and its influence on th … [Read more...]

2 million Russians take a dip in icey cold waters celebrating “Feast of Epiphany” – Russian “Kumbh”?

As India is celebrating the Maha Kumbh, it seems Russians also have something similar - which now has become more of a "Health Benefit" event - thanks to the Ice Water Swimming group people.  But there is a religious reason also.  One difference between Russian practice and MahaKumbh is that Russians don't do to "a place".. they just take a dip wherever they live.More than two million people in Russia celebrated the Feast of Epiphany, taking part in traditional bathing by immersing themselves i … [Read more...]

Why is Divorce so Painful?

Why is Divorce so Painful?  Someone asks this question, which Sadhguru addresses in a profound way for the meditator.  How the body memory creates pain and suffering. … [Read more...]


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