Commentary

Reviving India’s Cultural and Creative Economy

Creativity is a multifaceted process including innovation, discovery, creation and expression. It is also a confluence of sociocultural factors, individual aspirations and cosmic inspirations. Moreover, while the creative process is …

An Indo-hellenistic Understanding of Contemplative Asceticism: Eric S Fallick

Among the spiritual and philosophic systems and traditions of the world, there are six Greek and Indian systems that share a common basic worldview and goal and means thereto. These are Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Orphism, Pythagoreanism, and Platonism. All these take as their basis and accept the fact of the repeated cycle of birth and death, of reincarnation, of becoming (Sanskrit: samsara, Greek: genesis).Among the spiritual and philosophic systems and traditions of the world, there are six Greek and Indian systems that share a common basic worldview and goal and means thereto. These are Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Orphism, Pythagoreanism, and Platonism. All these take as their basis and accept the fact of the repeated cycle of birth and death, of reincarnation, of becoming (Sanskrit: samsara, Greek: genesis).