Unanswered - Mysteries from the Mahabharata | Christopher Charles Doyle | TEDxYouth@NMS

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  • Published on Sep 24, 2017
  • “Curiosity is the wick in the candle of learning.” Devoured by his curiosity, Christopher C. Doyle, in his talk, constantly questioned the stated facts of history and literature. He tried to answer the unanswered questions regarding the Mahabharata and other histories of the world through scientific explanations and reasoning. Christopher C. Doyle is an author who transports the reader into a fascinating world where ancient secrets buried in legends blend with science and history to create a gripping story. His first bestseller ‘The Mahabharata Secret’ was a great success and now has a trilogy under its label. Mr. Doyle is one of the first Indian writers to upload an online novella for his readers. Before he embarked on this literary adventure he pursued a career in the corporate world and is a graduate from St Stephens College and IIM Calcutta. Christopher C. Doyle’s books are a beautiful mosaic of science, history and mythology with a dash of Dan Brown which makes him the most adored fantasy writer in India.
    Christopher C. Doyle is an author who transports the reader into a fascinating world where ancient secrets buried in legends blend with science and history to create a gripping story. His first bestseller ‘The Mahabharata Secret’ was a great success and now has a trilogy under its label. Mr. Doyle is one of the first Indian writers to upload an online novella for his readers. Before he embarked on this literary adventure he pursued a career in the corporate world and is a graduate from St Stephens College and IIM Calcutta. Christopher C. Doyle’s books are a beautiful mosaic of science, history and mythology with a dash of Dan Brown which makes him the most adored fantasy writer in India.
    This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at www.ted.com/tedx

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  • Deepankar Jana
    Deepankar Jana Year ago +3

    A genius named Praveen Mohan is doing great research in these topics.

  • Kiki Nugroho
    Kiki Nugroho Year ago +1

    As an Indonesian an an Asian, I know how much smart our ancestors are.. You can see from our variety culture. You would never find such a great culture and civilization like in asia. Btw, maya and Egypt was great too.

  • Lissa Coffey
    Lissa Coffey Year ago +1

    This is AWESOME!!! I love the Bhagavad Gita, and have a new version with English rhyming verse called Song Divine. The Gita is really a lifelong study - and I'm hooked! Thank you!

  • James
    James Year ago +901

    India is and has great people great culture and traditions...they had a glorious past and a bright future....hats off to bhagwad gita🙌🏻

  • Vibhor
    Vibhor 2 years ago +1

    Even though the video doesn't match with the title, but the facts he's given are really challenging and interesting.

  • Kannan R
    Kannan R  +357

    Let's support Praveen Mohan youtuber...his work regarding ancient temples, architecture, their unexplained science mysteries and much more is ludicrously awesome ...

  • Paras
    Paras Year ago +761

    Biggest part of the reason is that epics like Mahabharat requires a mind which is spiritually awakened but we're trying to decode something related to past with our mind's which totally strangled in today's materialistic world. As one of the biggest lessons from these epics is to live a attachment free life's

  • Anshu Mishra
    Anshu Mishra Year ago +592

    I am proud to be hindu ❤ vast and... Understanding as un understanding, 🕉

  • Aman singh
    Aman singh Year ago +3

    "Praveen Mohan" is the top boss of this department.

  • Kirafm Maity

    Yes Mahabharat is not a mythology but it's a History a glorious History

  • Hana from Tunisia 🇹🇳

    3 years later ,

  • Shayan Appuhamy

    Just listened to an intellectually stimulating history lesson 👏.

  • Hazel Runway
    Hazel Runway 2 years ago +509

    If you are brave enough Can you explain about “””Ajanta and Ellora caves””” which is even more complex structure also about all the carvings if you ever have seen Bellur Halebidu, Sun Temple etc etc

  • Nilesh Pawar
    Nilesh Pawar Year ago +248

    Recent excavation at Sinauli cleared all the doubts about ancient epics. We found Chariots, arrows, bows, swords, shields, jewellery, royal Burials etc.

  • Cricket
    Cricket  +16

    Need more and more discussions , researches like this that can help connect us to our ancestors knowledge and bring them back to use for the betterment of current society !!

  • Haloklaws Edwin

    I am a Indian christian I love the hindu scriptures especially Mahabharata because of it's characters . My most favorite character is karna , eventhough he is in kaurav side . also there is a lot of morals in it which can be applied to this day.

  • Dolores gaffney

    I am forever amazed at the wonders of Indias Temple's Everything has it's own time with the Big Shift in this planet now perhaps we are at last Wakening Up to many questions that has always bothered us "Well done" I enjoy your expectations so educational fron Ireland

  • Mohan Verma

    Mahabharata gives us one of the greatest messages, When there is a war, actually no one is a Winner, it shows us the inevitability of life , what ever to be happened will definitely happen , Once the war was over, only the Five Pandavas, Draupadi and their mother was alive. What is the purpose of a victory which came at the cost of invaluable things.

  • Sachin Bharti
    Sachin Bharti Year ago +1

    Our ancestors were really great what happened to us now 😞

  • Swapnil Dhande
    Swapnil Dhande Year ago +157

    In every yuga i.e from sat yuga to kali yuga the height, thinking capability and life span of people is different. E.g in sat yuga people were more in height almost 3 to 4 times than now the kali yuga. So if we are to find there remains the skeleton, they will seem like giants to us.