Bhutan Fostering growth of social businesses

With the choice to focus on Gross National Happiness, Bhutan has chosen to be great instead of big. Through such an approach, the country has become a small giant. As indicated earlier (Kuensel December 8, 2018), this broad policy framework provides tremendous opportunities for leap frogging in terms of Bhutan’s economic development, should the focus […]

Education system needs to foster entrepreneurship

Employment: For most Bhutanese graduates and jobseekers, becoming an entrepreneur may not be an enticing career to pursue. The concept of entrepreneurship in Bhutan was realised only very recently, failing to attract more takers. While being an entrepreneur has benefits, it also has several challenges. In order to decipher the reason why Bhutanese amidst the […]

Why every travel photographer should carry a notebook

Ms. Priyanka Singh, cheap of an old block and generation next entrepreneur in healthcare Industry. She is truly dynasty daughter; being holding Rajput cultural and traditional legacy on one hand and coping with Mumbai corporate life on other; however she quotes; our upbringing has been quite humble despite of having a privileged Rajput family background, where our parents has taught us to be grounded and behave with uttermost respect with our workers and staff.

Bihar’s Champaran transformed MK Gandhi into Mahatma

The Champaran Satyagraha of 1917, in the Champaran district of Bihar, India during the period of the British Rule, was the first Satyagraha movement inspired by Mohandas Gandhi and a major revolt in the Indian Independence Movement. Another important Satyagraha just after this revolt was Kheda Satyagraha.
Champaran Satyagraha was the first to be started, but the word Satyagraha was used for the first time in Anti Rowlatt Act agitation.
Champaran is a district which comes under the state Bihar. Under Colonial era laws, many tenant farmers were forced to grow some indigo on a portion of their land as a condition of their tenancy. This indigo was used to make dye.

Transformative Leadership

Jaggi Vasudev (born 3 September 1957), commonly known as Sadhguru, is an Indian yogi, mystic and New York Times bestselling author. He founded the Isha Foundation, a non-profit organization which offers Yoga programs around the world and is involved in social outreach, education and environmental initiatives.
Sadhguru was conferred the Padma Vibhushan civilian award by the Government of India on 13 April 2017 in recognition of his contribution towards human advancement.

The mysterious temple of shree Padmanabha swamy

Padmanabha swamy Temple is located in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India. The temple is built in an intricate fusion of the indigenous Kerala style and the Tamil style (kovil) of architecture associated with the temples located in the neighbouring state of Tamil Nadu, featuring high walls, and a 16th-century Gopuram. While the Moolasthanam of the temple is the Ananthapuram Temple in Kumbala in Kasargod District, architecturally to some extent, the temple is a replica of the Adikesava Perumal temple located in Thiruvattar,
Kanyakumari District.
The principal deity Lord Vishnu is enshrined in the “Anantha Shayanam” posture, the eternal yogic sleep on the serpent Adisheshan. Shree Padmanabha swamy is the tutelary deity of the royal family of Travancore. The titular Maharaja of Travancore Moolam Thirunal Rama Varma is the trustee of the temple. In line with the Temple Entry Proclamation, only those who profess the Hindu faith are permitted entry to the temple and devotees have to strictly follow the dress code. The name of the city of Thiruvananthapuram in Malayalam translates to “The City of Lord Ananta”, referring to the deity of Padmanabha swamy Temple.

The eternal Nandi

Nandi is the name of the gate- guardian deity of Kailasa, the abode of Lord Shiva. He is usually depicted as a bull which also serves as the mount to the god Shiva. According to Saivite siddhantic tradition, he is considered as the chief guru of eight disciples of Nandinatha Sampradaya – Sanaka, Sanatana, Sanandana, Sanatkumara, Tirumular, Vyagrapada, Patanjali and Sivayoga Muni who were send to eight directions to spread the wisdom of Shaivism.