Mythological and social narrations from India, recorded by Diodorus Siculus; Dionysus, Hercules and the castes system

In this post we present and discuss Indian Mythological and social narrations, recorded during the first century B.C. by Diodorus Siculus. Continue reading “Mythological and social narrations from India, recorded by Diodorus Siculus; Dionysus, Hercules and the castes system”

Greeks In India Before Alexander? (Part 1)

(NovoScriptorium: Even though we do not fully agree with all the information and argument of this article, we feel that our readers will find it quite interesting, even amusing)

In his speech at a banquet hosted in his honor by Greece President Karolos Papoulias and in his address at the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy, on 26 April 2007, the President of the Indian Republic. Shri A. P. J. Abdul Kalam referred to exchanges between India and Greece that began well before Alexander’s march into India in 326 BC. Let us take a look at what these exchanges were. Continue reading “Greeks In India Before Alexander? (Part 1)”

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