Prabhu

Anamika: The Lady Who Humbled a Great Sage

This story is a part of RISHI TALES (Volume 1) by U. Mahesh Prabhu with Foreword by Dr David Frawley.  The book is available on Amazon.com for $9.99 and Amazon.in for INR 200.00 There was once a Rishi who was known for his deep and pious bearing. Having renounced the world and all …

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Justice versus Revenge: Kautilya’s perspective

This article by U. Mahesh Prabhu is a part of The Kautilya Project of Vedic Management Centre When Dharma – or rightful conduct – is followed, there’s order in the world. When Dharma is set aside, only Adharma or chaos remains. When we are wronged by someone and retaliate in …

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Kautilya’s Concept of Wealth: Artha, Vyartha and Anartha

This article by U. Mahesh Prabhu is a part of “The Kautilya Project” If you want to know about the importance of wealth, ask a pauper; if you want to know the pains of wealth, ask a billionaire. “It’s a pain to earn wealth, causes stress to retain it, and …

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Is that Managing or Manipulating?

The following article by U. Mahesh Prabhu was first published by BW Businessworld. Management is defined as “the process of dealing with or controlling things or people”, it’s also defined as “trickery; deceit” by Google dictionary. While the first definition is somewhat agreeable the second is downright negative. Won’t you …

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Who’s a Guru?

By U. Mahesh Prabhu The Sanskrit word Guru is often mistranslated as a ‘teacher’. Teacher in Sanskrit is called Shikshak. A teacher is someone who informs and educates us. A teacher is supposed to ensure that we learn to read, write and understand. Yet, a teacher has no obligation for …

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Bhartrihari’s Wisdom: Niti Shataka

By U. Mahesh Prabhu Legends have it that Bhartrihari once ruled the city of Ujjain. Although a loving ruler his mind was always engrossed about Love and Romance. He had over 100 beautiful women for his wives. No wonder he spent negligible time in the affairs of the state. His …

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Spring Finding

Ancient Sanskrit tale translated and retold by U. Mahesh Prabhu  Once upon a time a merchant was travelling with his caravan to another country for business. In due course, they arrived at the edge of a severe hot desert. They were informed by locals that during the day time the sun …

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Water in a Waterless Desert

Ancient Vedic tale translated from Sanskrit by U. Mahesh Prabhu Long ago there were two old merchants, who were close friends and together began preparations for a dangerous trip to a distant land to sell their goods and, of course, to make considerable profit. They had to decide whether to …

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Why Vedic India was a global economic power?

The following column by U Mahesh Prabhu was first published by BW Businessworld.  In ancient Indian, Vedic philosophies and scriptures  provided valuable knowledge for the betterment of the human race. Yoga, Ayurveda and meditation are just three diverse aspects that have come to be revered by many across the globe. However, …

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