Bharat Gaathaa: History, Heroes and Heritage of India
Narratives, Revelations, and Conversations in the Journey of Swarajya
“India is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend, and the great grandmother of tradition. Our most valuable and most instructive materials in the history of man are treasured up in India only.”
One cannot help but marvel at the wonder that India is. India can be ideally described as the melting point of several cultures, ethnicities, traditions, and races. The diversity can leave one astounded! We don’t blame Twain for being so taken up with our nation; it is natural!
One of the core ideals for us at the Bhavyata Foundation is to put our Nation first. Which is why we also undertook an initiative called India First. This initiative, and all our other initiatives as well, tend to work in line with Make in India, Atmanirbhar Bharat, and the likes.
With Independence Day approaching fast on, we decided to give you a small glimpse into the greatness of your country. We bring to you tales of History, Heroes, and Heritage of India.
There are six sessions lined up which will discuss the Initial days of resisting the Mughal sultanate, moving on to the nuances of the Vijay Nagar Empire. Then stories of unsung heroes and their clans shall be discussed before, finally, moving on to the revolt of 1857 and the need for decolonisation after an onslaught of British imperialism.
The sessions are from 5 pm to 6 pm, every Saturday henceforth beginning from the 18th of July, till the 22nd of August.
Sit with your family, and soak in the greatness of India and its rich heritage and culture.
Session 1 (18th July): Fightback: Heroic Resistance to Foreign invaders (711 A.D to 12th Century)
Session 2 (25th July): A Wave in History: Rise and Fall of Great Vijay Nagar Empire
Session 3 (1st Aug): Special Guest Session on ‘Vijayi Bhava’: Kargil War Memories and Interaction with Col S K Rattan, Rtd. To Register: www.bhavyata.com/vijaibhava
Session 4 (8th Aug): Reclaiming Lost Ground: Unsung Hero, Hemchandra Vikramaditya. The Great Avengers: Marathas and their Winning Strategies
Session 5 (15th Aug): Operation Red Lotus: The Untold Story of 1857
Session 6 (22nd Aug): Mission Swarajya: Breaking the Shackles of Slavery
REGISTER HERE FOR THE SESSION ON 8TH AUG. MARATHAS: THE GREAT AVENGERS. THE MEETING IDS SHALL BE MAILED TO YOUR REGISTERED EMAIL ID.