Prime Minister Narendra Modi's emphasis on "Bharat" at the G20 Summit has garnered significant attention.
President Droupadi Murmu's invitation referred to India as "Bharat," underlining the nation's ancient roots.
The magazine "Bharat: The Mother of Democracy" reinforces "Bharat" as the official name, marking a shift in international recognition.
The article explores India's history, tracing back to the Sindhu-Saraswati civilization and acknowledging the Ramayana and Mahabharata as historical epochs.
Key historical periods, including the rise of Buddhism, Jainism, and the Vijayanagar Empire, are discussed.
Mughal Emperor Akbar's inclusive policies and democratic approach are highlighted as influential in shaping India's governance.
India's aspiration to be recognized as "Bharat" on the global stage signifies a reclaiming of ancient heritage.
Tensions escalate in West Bengal as Governor CV Ananda Bose takes undisclosed significant action, leaving many speculating.
This conflict underscores a larger debate on the autonomy of educational institutions in the state.
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