Shri Dattopant Thengdi: Multifaceted and Extraordinary Personality

Written by Pankaj Jagannath Jayswal  Late Dattopant Thengdi was the founder of Swadeshi Jagran Manch, Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh, and Bharatiya Kisan Sangh.  He is one of the foremost thinkers of Swadeshi economics.  He was born in Arvi village of Wardha district of Maharashtra.  After completing his BA and LLB, he became a pracharak of the... Continue Reading →

What has changed in India’s foreign policy? By -Pankaj Jagannath Jayswal

Author: Pankaj Jagannath Jayswal https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/44311580-modi-era Follow him at https://www.linkedin.com/posts/pankaj-jayswal-0825591a7_economy-growth-activity-6987767378268839938-asVU/ Author, writer, Educationist, Counselor, AOL faculty, Electrical Engineer "PM Modi has turned India's "Look East" policy into a more aggressive "Act East" policy, with the goal of connecting India to East Asia through improved infrastructure, trade, and regional institutions." In Indian internal affairs, there were controversies... Continue Reading →

What did RSS Chief address in his speech? Is it understood correctly?

This article is written by Pankaj Jagannath Jayswal. He is an Author, writer, Educationist, Counselor, and AOL faculty. RSS Chief, Media, and Narrative As we turn our attention closer, we can see a race between communists, urban Naxals, religious conversion elements, and the media to paint RSS as anti-social, pro-Hindu, anti-Hindu, anti-Muslim, anti-woman, and pro-idea... Continue Reading →

Vijayadashmi: 1925, the beginning of Bharatiyatva’s rise…

By Pankaj Jagannath Jayswal Author/Educationalist/Engineer Vijayadashmi is celebrated for a variety of reasons. Vijayadashmi represents victory, known as the biggest celebration of good over evil in India. Festivals such as this carry a lot of folk culture and traditional stories that represent the history of saving humanity and fighting for the good. Furthermore, these festivals... Continue Reading →

The young population needs to learn to celebrate every obstacle they face…

Modern superficialities and befuddled youths- An article by Pankaj Jagannnath Jayswal discusses "Young population with MSUDs (Mental and Substance Use Diseases), causes, and ways." The author is discussing how modern superficiality has become a factor for befuddled youths. Additionally, this article gives an opinion on Indian youths and true education system . Those seeking opinions... Continue Reading →

Here’s how Georgia State University, Atlanta students celebrated Shri Ganesha Festival!

"I realized that the Shri Ganesha festival celebration is not just about spending the day; it's about people, emotions, and the importance of new beginnings in life. !!Ganapati Bappa Morya!!"- Tushar Ravan, Georgia State University Here is an article, which shares the symbolization of the Shri Ganesha festival, and the personal experience of one of... Continue Reading →

What are the motivations for SSUN’s efforts to advance Indian education?

A country's development depends heavily on education, which is capable of bringing changes to all areas of the country. The Indian education system in the pages of history was a direction for all advancement, but under foreign rule and after independence, it carried slavery-mentality. So, to resolve this menace and bring positive changes to the... Continue Reading →

Why do Indian students go abroad?

Over a million Indian students study abroad in 85 countries. By 2024, our students are expected to spend an estimated $80 billion per year. Globally, India has the biggest population of young adults (ages 18 to 23) according to UN Population Prospects. In India, education continues to play an important role in the country's development because of its large population of young adults. But, why are there so many students going abroad?

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