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Kojagiri Pournima

In this pravachan, Sadguru Aniruddha explains the importance of Kojagiri Pournima or the Sharad Pournima to us. After telling about the general consideration prevalent among masses, Bapu explains the spiritual significance of this night attached with Shree Kamala-Laxmi. इस प्रवचन में, सद्गुरु अनिरुद्ध हमें कोजागिरी पूर्णिमा यानी शरद पूर्णिमा का महत्त्व बताते हैं। कोजागिरी का जनमान्य महत्त्व बताकर, बापू श्रीकमला-लक्ष्मी से जुड़ी इस रात का आध्यात्मिक महत्त्व उजागर करते हैं।

शरण, Radhe Krishna

In this Hindi discourse (dated 6th October 2005), Sadguru Aniruddha explains why one should surrender at the feet of Radhe-Krishna, the Parmatma. Importantly, Bapu has very clearly elucidated the difference between surrendering at the feet of the Almighty and surrendering before a person at war. In the end, with the help of shlok “Sarva-dharman parityajya mam ekam saranam vraja”, Bapu tells us the benefits of surrendering before God. इस हिंदी

Revelations from congressional hearings of US military opens a can of worms

The last few days saw the first of the US Congress hearings of senior military commanders under the Biden administration. No sooner the top generals began testifying before the US lawmakers than the revelations started to pour in. Gen. Mark Milley’s calls to China Gen. Mark Milley is the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Chief of Staff of the United States Army. Just before the US

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris Johnson

In 2019, Boris Johnson assumed the office of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Many of his policies were and are considered conducive to India. However, some of the recent decisions by the United Kingdom government may create trouble for UK’s ties with India and may weaken the opposition to China. India’s Covishield Covishield vaccine is developed jointly by Serum Institute of India and AstraZeneca, a UK-Swedish multinational. The

India-Australia hold first '2+2 Dialogue'

‘2+2 Dialogue’ or the joint bilateral meetings with the defence and foreign ministers of a highly close ally country has become a signature of Indian diplomacy. Today, India holds these dialogues only with the United States, Japan, Russia, and the recent entrant to it is Australia. First India-Australia 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue The first India-Australia 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue was held a couple of days back in New Delhi. Indian Defence Minister

Russia proposes India several military technologies

India and Russia have a grand-old and time-tested relationship independent of any geopolitical constraints. Recently, Russia has proposed several military technologies to India while some are nearing delivery. It shows that the two countries are successfully keeping contentious issues at bay while advancing their mutual ties. S-400 missile Defence system One of the most talked-about and anticipated deals between India and Russia is the S-400 missile defence system. This weapon

Russia-China establish High-level Cooperation amid reported Chinese Cyberattacks

Russia and China are currently undertaking a week-long joint military exercise in northwestern China. During this drill, the armies of the two countries have, for the first time, joined their command and control systems. Military experts believe that such an integration paves the way for potential Russia-China joint military campaigns against their ‘common enemies’. Moreover, there are lot many additions to bilateral relations between these two countries. Space Cooperation China

US ask Taliban to spare its embassy in Kabul

“The US asks Taliban to spare its embassy in the coming fight for Kabul”, read a headline in the New York Times. It appears quite clear that the superpower is urging terrorist Taliban to spare them. These words, their tone and timing speak volumes about the result of the 20-year-old US campaign in Afghanistan, especially the plan to withdraw troops from here. Surrender by Afghan troops Just yesterday, the critically

India's SAGAR Policy makes China nervous

Recently, a Qatar-based media outlet known for its anti-India propaganda raised the alarm about India allegedly building a naval base on Algalega island of Mauritius. Reports about this initiative by India have been floating in the media for quite some time. However, the clamour this time coincides with the Indian Navy beginning sea trials of its first Indigenous Aircraft Carrier, ‘INS Vikrant’. India’s entry into the elite club of nations

Indian renewable energy industry may see $150 billion in investments by 2030

India is the world’s third-largest producer as well as consumer of electricity. Power generation is an essential driver of growth for the world’s sixth-largest economy. However, to balance growth with sustainability, India has opted to increase its renewable energy capacity, which today stands at 37% per cent of total national power capacity. India’s renewable energy potential India’s renewable energy production is growing at a fast pace. From less than 20