The Thursday Post 28.2.13

India has so many priceless treasures that it has most probably lost interest in them, another one of them is Kurukshetra, the birth place of Shrimadbhagwat Geeta. Here, in the battlefield Krishna consoled Arjuna when he was crestfallen after seeing he will have to fight war with his own relatives and friends- that became Shrimadbhagwat Geeta, one of the greatest treasures of India.

The good thing is this place is still alive, since the vedic age, that is more than 3000 years, but the strange thing is very rare people know that, I did not knew either before reading an article in Hindu.

Places like this deserve a limelight, and how fantastic it will be if the histories of these places are shared in details all over the country, may be world.

It’s good that someone is writing a book on Kurukshetra, what about the other places?

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2 thoughts on “The Thursday Post 28.2.13

  1. India has so much history, it must be hard to keep track of it. Canada is easy: it only has about 500 years of recorded history and most of that is concentrated in one small area of the country.

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