Indian Heritage

India is one of the oldest and richest civilizations in the world. Ancient Indians were skillful, knowledgeable and technically more advanced than people from other civilizations during that period of time. They made splendid achievements in diverse fields including Science & Technology, Mathematics, Art & Architecture, Literature & Philosophy, Engineering & Metallurgy and lots more. At that time, the world’s renowned Astronomers, Engineers, Architects, Mathematicians, Scientists, Scholars, etc. were from India.

Unlike many Indians from current generation who only talk big and think great about themselves, the ancient Indians let their work speak for themselves.

The current generation has lot to learn from the glorious past of India. The Heritage section of presents you with the most remarkable achievements of ancient India, with a view that the stories from our history would inspire and motivate us to achieve excellence in our respective fields.

Monuments of Hampi in the UNESCO world heritage list

Hampi, one of the most famous tourist destinations in Karnataka, is a worth seeing place due to its archeological and cultural excellence. Hampi which was previously called as Pampa Kshetra because of its nearest proximity to the river Pampa (now called as Tungabhadra) was the former capital of the Vijayanagara Empire, alternatively known as the […]

Gupta’s Dynasty – Golden Age of Indian Heritage

The Gupta dynasty existed between 320 A.D. and 550 A.D. The ruling of Gupta’s greatly marked as the Golden Age of India. The concepts of the decimal system, chess and zero came into existence during their regime. The scholars such as, Kalidasa, Aryabhatta and Varahamihra, etc. made several contributions in various fields during this period.

International Yoga Day and Its Significance of Indian Heritage

June 21 has been declared as the “International Day of Yoga”, considering the appeal made by Narendra Modi at the UN general assembly and in recognition of the importance of yoga. Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice that helps in the transformation of your body and mind. Yoga has Indian heritage values.


Benevolent Native Rulers of India – Sayajirao Gaekwad

We have many native rulers who ruled India. But, only a few among them are very kind-hearted. One such ruler is Sayajirao Gaekwad III of Baroda state (Vadodara). To know about his generosity, let us read this article. Sayajirao Gaekwad III Alias Shrimant Gopalrao Gaekwad Sayajirao was born at Kavlana on 10th March 1863. The […]

Discovering Indian Heritage Without Negative Bias

We Indians even after 67 years of Independence are still living with the influence of Colonial rule. It’s high time we change our colonial mindset and get some true inspiration from revisiting Indian heritage.


India needs to be Indebted to Ram Dass (alias Richard Alpert)

Ram Dass researched on the traditions, religions and philosophies of India. Through his foundations he is teaching to change the attitude of the prisoners and clarifying the doubts of spiritual seekers with the knowledge he learned from his guru and from the researches. His way of scientific presentation in the books and tapes makes Indian […]


India needs to be Indebted to Paul Brunton

Paul Brunton was a famous spiritual philosopher. He introduced Indian spiritual philosophy, culture and sages to the Westerners. So many people were inspired with his literature around the world. An example is Georg Feuerstein, a German indologist, who authored and translated over 30 books related to India like Yoga, Bhagavad Gita, Hinduism etc. He said […]


Chanakya’s Arthashastra is Misunderstood : Actually is Foundation for a Indian Welfare State

There is considerable misunderstanding on Chanakya and his Arthashastra. The fact is that Chanakya laid the basic conceptual foundation for a ‘welfare state’ in India through this book.

Contributions of Indian Astronomers to the Advancement of World’s Civilisation

Did you know, Indian astronomer, Aryabhatta, calculated the rotation of the earth with just a 0.009 second variation before 1500 years from now? Do you believe that our 5th century astronomers were

Brihadisvara Temple – A 1000 Year Old Massive Architectural Marvel

A Brihadisvara temple at Thanjavur, TN was built in 1014 AD. The temple is an exotic architectural marvel and a UNESCO monument. Constructed in granite stone and is 216 ft tall (i.e 22 storeys high-rise building). The dome is carved out of a single granite stone weighing 80 tons.

The Extinction of Indus Valley Civilisation was Due to Climate Change: Research

The mysterious extinction of Indus valley civilisation, one of the world’s oldest and the largest urban civilisations could have been destroyed by climate change, but not due to any regional strife or foreign invasions, say the researchers. A brief history Indus civilisation, which is popularly known as Harappan civilisation (Harappa is the name of the […]

The Rustless Wonder – The Great Indian Iron Pillar of Gupta Dynasty

What would you call a 1600 year old metallic structure weighing more than six tonnes made of pure iron exposed to the harsh weather and shows no signs of rusting? Know more about this Scientific Wonder, showcasing the advancement of metallurgical prowess of Indians in the Golden Age of India.

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Ancient Wisdom Stories of India

Greatness of Ancient India: India is a land of rich culture and heritage. It has a fabulous history. Ancient India was a very rich country in the world. India, during that time, was probably the most advanced civilization in the world. Ancient India was advanced in all the major fields like Science and technology, Mathematics, […]


Teachings of Religions Born in India

There are four religions that were born and flourished in India. They expanded beyond the Indian subcontinent. The teachings of these religions are mostly from ancient philosophies and in the way of leading life peacefully. Hinduism The exact roots of the Hinduism are not clearly known, and it was not established by any single person. […]

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Religions Born in India

Tracing religious existence in the Indian subcontinent is very difficult and is a debatable issue. The oldest signs of religion in India are from Indus valley civilization. The religion followed by the Indus valley people cannot be said exactly. But according to the available evidences, it has more similarities to Vedic civilization. There are four […]