- This Is the Way a Culture Dies
- The 'Pushpaka Vimana', or flying chariot, in the story of the Ramayana, or the image of the king, Trishanku, hanging in the sky as the sage Vishwamitra's efforts to send him to heaven in his physical body is thwarted by the gods, are all moments of wonder.
- Pawan Kalyan hits back at Yanamala's taunts
- Responding to Mr. Ramakrishnudu's taunt that the Government had no magical powers like the sage Viswamitra to construct the Trishanku's heaven, Mr Kalyan said: “Let us be clear first that whether what is being constructed is indeed a heaven.
- Muslim chamber welcomes cow slaughter ban
- Trishanku. why do you want to ban, in many parts and situations meat is a necessity. If people have no other alternative why ban it for them.
- BJP will forget Advani faster than you can say 'Trishanku'
- Just when we thought Lal Krishna Advani had played his last card, he has played one more yesterday: his resignation from all party fora. It is, of course, possible to exaggerate the import of this resignation.
- Moral ambivalence, then and now
- According to tradition, the grandmother of King Bharata swam in the nude in the river to attract the attention of sage Vishwamitra. These days, the culture of the era of King Bharata is accepted and even respected.
Viswamitra Trisanku is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Viswamitra Trisanku books and related discussion.