‘Garden of Flowers’ by Saint Kabir

Blog Post by Dr. Ashwini Mokashi © Indian hagiographical literature is fascinating for students of Indian Philosophy. An undying literary art, it combines spiritual knowledge, poetry and music, thereby inducing bliss. We continue to read these writings century after century with awe and gratitude. Saint Kabir Dasa was one such fifteenth century mystic poet from …

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Recognition by the Ancient Philosophy Society

by Ashwini Mokashi Thank you, Ancient Philosophy Society, for giving my book ‘Sapiens and Sthitaprajna’ the recognition on your website and placing the book among various well-known works by contemporary Western Philosophers.It is time to recognize the importance of comparative works and putting the research of comparative philosophy on the map of both Indian and …

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Vedantic And Mystical Interpretations of the Bhagavadgita

A Talk by Ashwini Mokashi, Ph.D. © Namaste everyone! Thank you again for joining us today! We will discuss the second part of Gurudev R. D. Ranade’s book of ‘The Bhagavad-Gita – as a Philosophy of God-Realization’. These are the notes of the talk and the talk is available on the Gurudev Ranade Facebook Group. …

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Ethical Dilemmas Affect Employee Morale and Business Bottomline

By Ashwini Mokashi, Ph.D. Business dilemmas, especially those involving ethical issues, have a far deeper impact on the employee morale, the business bottomline and sometimes even on the economy of the country, if the problem is seriously widespread. The dilemmas may seem trivial to begin with, but they have a potential to put the organization …

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