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Amartya Sen on Reviving Nalanda University

Nobel Prize-winning economist Amartya Sen discusses the pan-Asian initiative to revive the ancient Nalanda University and the significance and relevance for Asia. You can also read the Q&A script here Nalanda University also launched its new website with details of University vision and plans for development.

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Vintage Bihar Collection

Bihar’s glorious history is replete with innumerable instances of heroics and milestones which have left indelible marks on mankind. It’s rare to find images of Bihar’s glorious past on Internet. Vintage Bihar collection is an effort to showcase those rare glimpses of few historic moments and a peep into history.   Most of these images […]

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Vaishali ~ Blissful Bihar

Vaishali or Vesali (Pali) was the capital city of the Licchavi, one of world’s first democratic republics, in the Vajjian Confederacy (Vrijji) mahajanapada, around the 6th century BC. It was here in 599 BCE the 24th Jain Tirthankara, Bhagwan Mahavira was born and brought up in Kundalagrama in Vaishali republic, which make pious & auspicious […]

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Blissful Bihar – Nandyavrat Mahal @ Kundalpur

Kundalpur(Sanskrit: कुण्‍डलपुर) is a historical site in India. It is located in central Bihar, 1.6 km from the ruins of Nalanda. The Digambar sect of the Jains believes that Kundalpur in Bihar is the birthplace of the 24th and last Tirthankar, Lord Mahavira. A new temples and Nandyavrat Mahal was built under the Ashirwad of […]

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Bihar Divas Today

Finally the Govt has decided to celebrate Bihar Divas to commemorate the 98th anniversary of separate statehood status to Bihar. This historic land of great legends will now celebrate its identity of a great state on 22nd March every year. This could well be a small step in laying the foundation of Bihari sub nationalism , […]

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