“The Indian Dharma” – Stepping into “MISSION 2020”!!!

Dear Esteemed Readers,
As we come to an end of a remarkable year of 2019, it would be worth it if we can “look back” at what we’ve achieved this year:
A staggering increase in viewership – “The Indian Dharma” has crossed a viewership milestone of over 51,500 across 109 countriesworldwide! This year alone we’ve crossed a viewership of 24,100 from all across the globe! This in itself speaks volumes of the global reach that our “Sanaathana Dharma” possesses! Of course, this has come along with the constant support and feedback from our esteemed readers from various parts of the globe. My humble gratitude to all of you!
From Valmiki Ramayana to Vidura Neeti (Mahabharata) to Shrimad Bhaagawatha Puraana – By March 31’st 2018, we were able to complete an elaborate discussion on one of the most important and auspicious texts of our Sanaathana Dharma Literature – The Valmiki Ramayana. We’ve taken 324 episodes to witness almost each and every detail of the Ramayana text, right from the “Baala Kaanda”till the end of the “Uttara Kaanda”. We had learnt innumerable lessons for modern day life and management from all of these details. This was in itself a mega-project in all its glory. It was with Bhagawan Rama’s and Mother Sita’s divine grace that we were able to experience each and every part of the Ramayana story – Happy, sad, emotional instances, along with some important messages for leading a life according to the “Dharma”.
As we completed the Valmiki Ramayana experience, we made a switch-over to the next important text of our Sanaathana Dharma literature – The Mahabharata. Of course we did not witness the Mahabharata in its full entity as we did in the case of the Ramayana, and we just took a part of it, given the enormous size and complexity of the text. In that way, discussed a section of it called the “Vidura Neeti” wherein Vidura is trying to provide key advice to King Dhirdiraashtra with respect to the various aspects of “Raaja Dharma”. This advice spans over innumerable slokas packed into various “Adhyaayas” under the “Prajaakara Paruva” of the Mahabharata text. We’ve taken  390 episodes to complete the Vidura Neeti by May 2019 and subsequently commenced the third mega-project – Shrimad Bhaagawatha Puraana. We’ve done 120 episodes this far and looking forward for more in the upcoming 2020!
The road ahead: “Mission 2020” – As we move on, with the constant support and feedbacks from our esteemed readers, we would try and explore deeper into the Shrimad Bhaagawatha Puraana, as this text alone is like an endless ocean. I’m not setting a deadline for completion as I feel that there is a lot more to cover. However, we shall finish it as soon as we can and subsequently move on to the next mega-project. For the moment I’m keeping it as a suspense as I’m in the process of contemplating on many other areas for a fruitful discussion. I shall reveal details of our next mega-project at an appropriate time!
With this, we come to an end of a fruitful and a productive year of 2019 and I thank all our readers for their constant support once again! Stepping into our “Mission 2020″, I solicit the cooperation and support from all our esteemed readers to make this upcoming year an even more productive one, both in terms of our learning as well as execution of our learning for the benefit of our society and our country at large!
For those readers who wish to go through the archive episodes of our blog series (Ramayana, Vidura Neeti & Shrimad Bhaagawatha Puraana), you can log on to the site
Here you can find all our episodes and you might download and read through them at your own convenience. For those readers who are on various social media platforms, there is a dedicated page on Facebook, titled “The Indian Dharma”. Link for this page is as follows:
All you need to do is to “Like” and/or “Follow”this page and you would receive updates on every episode we publish each day. Additionally, episodes of “The Indian Dharma” blog are available on other social networking platforms such as Linkedin, Twitter and Instagram. You may follow them at your own convenience!
Once again I take this opportunity to thank all of you for your constant encouragement and support and I sincerely look forward for the same level of enthusiasm in the upcoming year as well!
Wish you all a very happy, prosperous 2020!!!!

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 Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham in Kerala, 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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