“What is here, is found elsewhere; what is not here, is not found anywhere.” (Mahabharata 1.56.33) is a popular saying on Mahabharata which means that all the concepts dealing with law, economics, psychology, philosophy, etc., are discussed well in Mahabharata. So we are in an attempt of identifying such concepts and tagging them for further research at the MAHE Mahabharata research project of the Department of Philosophy. I am the Research Coordinator in this project.
I am also called the “passionate” Sanskrit teacher. Of course, I am. If anyone is interested to learn Samskrit or discuss Mahabharata or has questions on those, you are welcome to stop by and have a conversation. I am Gowtham with MPhil and Master’s and Bachelor’s in Dvaita Vedanta – the philosophy of Madhvacharya – from Purnaprajna Vidyapitha, Bengaluru.