Applied Indian Paradigms of Human Rights With Reference to Samvedanaa, Sanskaar & Adhikaar

Author Name: Piyush Aggarwal & Dr.Ashutosh Angiras | Format: Paperback | Genre : History & Politics

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“पु मान् पुमांसं परिपातु विश्वतः।”

–ऋग्वेद 9-65-14

This is a verse from the Rig-Veda which means, “Every man must protect the rights of the other man in order to survive.” Following this saying, a Rishi of Atharva Veda endorsed the statement of Rig Veda and reaffirmed and resolved in this mantra – “याँश्च पश्यामि याँश्च न तेषु मा सुमतिं कृधि।” ऋग्वेद 17-1-7, which means, “The people I know and the people who are not known to me; they must be protected with my positive and constructive approach or thought.”

Piyush Aggarwal - By profession he is a die-hard Sanskrit teacher who believes in unconventional application of Sanskrit language andto make Sanskrit relevant and utilitarian to modern times. He is traditionally sound in Sanskrit language and literature along with mastery over Computational Sanskrit. He has done extensive survey works regarding Sanskrit & published questionnaires & papers on various issues related to Indian Psychology-Human Rights-Computational Sanskrit-Public Administration and Wellbeing.

Ashutosh Angiras - Dr. Captain- has done intensive work in the different field of Sanskrit, human rights, psychology, public administration and Kashmir Shaivism. He has done one minor project on the concept of Pratibha along with two major projects in Indian Psychology. He has been actively trying to restructure Sanskrit into theoretical and practical uses. He has been delivering lectures and seminars on restructuring Sanskrit.

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Title: Applied Indian Paradigms of Human Rights
ISBN: 9781947498525
Format: Paperback
Date of Publication: 12-07-2017

“पु मान् पुमांसं परिपातु विश्वतः।”

–ऋग्वेद 9-65-14

This is a verse from the Rig-Veda which means, “Every man must protect the rights of the other man in order to survive.” Following this saying, a Rishi of Atharva Veda endorsed the statement of Rig Veda and reaffirmed and resolved in this mantra – “याँश्च पश्यामि याँश्च न तेषु मा सुमतिं कृधि।” ऋग्वेद 17-1-7, which means, “The people I know and the people who are not known to me; they must be protected with my positive and constructive approach or thought.”

Piyush Aggarwal - By profession he is a die-hard Sanskrit teacher who believes in unconventional application of Sanskrit language andto make Sanskrit relevant and utilitarian to modern times. He is traditionally sound in Sanskrit language and literature along with mastery over Computational Sanskrit. He has done extensive survey works regarding Sanskrit & published questionnaires & papers on various issues related to Indian Psychology-Human Rights-Computational Sanskrit-Public Administration and Wellbeing.

Ashutosh Angiras - Dr. Captain- has done intensive work in the different field of Sanskrit, human rights, psychology, public administration and Kashmir Shaivism. He has done one minor project on the concept of Pratibha along with two major projects in Indian Psychology. He has been actively trying to restructure Sanskrit into theoretical and practical uses. He has been delivering lectures and seminars on restructuring Sanskrit.

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Title: Applied Indian Paradigms of Human Rights
ISBN: 9781947498525
Format: Paperback
Date of Publication: 12-07-2017

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