“The Indian Dharma” blog crosses 15,500 views from across 80 countries worldwide!!!


Dear esteemed readers,

With the divine grace of Bhagawan Lord Krishna, we’ve crossed an important milestone of 50 episodes of our second big project – “Vidura Neeti”. As part of this project, we are witnessing a glimpse of various important value systems as explained by Sage Veda Vyasa in the form of Vidura to King Dhirdiraashtra. To go along with that, we are also discussing the relevance and applicability of all these important values in our modern day life. This shows that our great ancestors and forefathers have had an extremely long-term vision and their desire to teach us the important values of “Dharma” through their writings. Hence this becomes our bound duty to express our gratitude to all of them including Valmiki Maharishi, Sage Veda Vyaasa, etc. who have shown us the path to “Moksha” (Ultimate Salvation).

Thus, as ardent followers of our “Sanaathana Dharma” (Hinduism) it becomes our bound duty to read and realize the enormous amount of “Dharma” explained in our scriptures and introspect within us to correct and refine ourselves. Of course this is not an easy exercise to perform. It is thus we’ve taken up this huge project of writing about it and explaining it in simple english, so that our rich “Dharma” can reach many many people around the globe! Of course not to mention, you readers have been of enormous support with your valuable comments and feedbacks! I’ve been mentioning this right from the commencement of this blog. I wish to extend my deepest gratitude to all of you in making this mega-mission grow leaps and bounds. 

Of course, this is just a small milestone. There are miles and miles for us to travel forward in the journey of “Sanaathana Dharma”. We shall chew one pill at a time and take it slowly, because we need to soak into the experience of each sloka, each phrase, each message and each way to refine our lives.

With this, I’m also happy to announce that the viewership of our blog had recently crossed 15,500, from across 80 countries worldwide. I wish to thank all our esteemed readers for your valuable time to go through the contents of the blog.

There have been many queries from readers if they can still get access to our first project – “Life lessons from Shrimad Ramayana”. Yes, you can always get to read all the 324 episodes of our first project by following the link below:


If you’re an active “Facebook” user, you can always log in and search for the page “The Indian Dharma”. You need to just press the “Like” or the “Follow” button to get everyday’s episodes to your doorstep! Link to my Facebook page is as below:


Furthermore, our daily episodes get published on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-jeayaram-subramanian-60258818/), Twitter (Follow the twitter handle @jeayaram) and Google handles as well. Thus, you can keep a track of this blog through all social media platforms.

Finally, I would once again thank all of you, esteemed readers for your valuable time, suggestions, comments and feedbacks. Let us all pray together to make atleast a minuscule change in this world towards the path of “Dharma”. Let us make the change happen!

Published by Dr. Jeayaram

Holds a PhD in Management Psychology from Universite Paris Saclay, Paris, France. Also an Asst. Professor of Human Resources management at International School of Business & Media, Pune, India. A professional South Indian classical musician (singer) performing concerts. Through this blog, I'm trying to bring out the richness of Indian culture & values and I request your support and feedbacks in making this humble effort a success!!

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