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Shloka

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A historical lesson for Mr Vijay Mallya
In Ninash, Love Lives
“From shoka comes shloka,” Ashok Malhotra reflects. “One has to suffer tragedy to become serious about life. Hard times decide our fate.
Tandava-Lasya: The cosmic fusion
What it is, is beautifully described by the following shloka from the Natya Shastra, the most comprehensive Indian treatise on the performing arts dating back to the period between 200 B.C.E and 200 C.
It's a private party because the world is my family, says Sri Sri as culture
He obliquely referred to the ruling of the National Green Tribunal when he quoted a Sanskrit shloka: "When you want to do something wrong, there are no obstacles. But when you want to do something right, there are a lot of obstacles. However, that only ...
Modi in Ireland: Irish kids recite Sanskrit shloka, PM takes a dig at India
Dublin: With Irish children welcoming him by reciting Sanskrit shlokas, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday took a dig at secularists back home saying had this been done in India it would have raised questions. Addressing a gathering of Indian ...

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