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Queen Nefertiti Father Was

Queen Nefertiti Father Was

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The Creative Genius of India
Heritage Program, Sep 2008By Rajeev Srinivasan
Management Consultant, Columnist
9/26/20081Rajeev Srinivasan
Considering creativity
India: the Empire of the Intellect
The genesis of competitive advantage 
9/26/2008Rajeev Srinivasan2
The Indian Century?
Creativity and civilization
Creativity is the most important ingredient in human progress
Creativity does not come in a vacuum: it is only possible in acivilized society, where basic needs like food and shelter aretaken care of  
9/26/2008Rajeev Srinivasan3
,in the world from 2000 BCE to 1700 CE
India was also the most creative of all civilizations: we haveforgotten more than most other civilizations created
It was not only the Empire of the Spirit, but also the Empire of the Intellect
The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is afaithful servant”: physicist Albert Einstein

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