This is the narrative of a long-gone period. In the nation of India, about five thousand years back, carried on a kid named Eklavya, the child of a tribal boss in the woods of the kingdom-Hastinapura. Eklavya was an overcome, great looking kid. He was adored by all. Be that as it may, he was not cheerful.
His dad saw that something disturbed Eklavya. More than once he discovered his child lost somewhere down in thought when different young men appreciated the delights of chasing and playing. One day the father asked his child, “Why are you so miserable, Eklavya? Why not join your companions? Why are you not inspired by chasing?”. (more…)
Gopal Krishna Gokhale was one of the harbingers of the Indian Independence Movement. Gokhale was a senior pioneer of the Indian National Congress. He was a standout amongst the most learned men in the nation amid his time, a pioneer of socio-political changes and among the most compelling pioneers of the Indian National Congress. Being one of the original of Indians to get school training, Gokhale was regarded generally in the Indian scholarly group. (more…)