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Depression brought to the fore at MCPH event

The Student Support Centre(SSC) at Manipal University in collaboration with Manipal Centre for Philosophy and Humanities (MCPH) organized an event called ‘Depression: Let’s Talk’ at the MCPH premises on Friday, April 8. Attendees at the exhibition discussing the narratives || Photograph Courtesy: Niharika Nambiar An evening dedicated...

MCPH hosts talk by Devdutt Pattanaik

At a talk hosted by the Centre for Cultural History, mythologist and author Devdutt Pattanaik addressed a gathering on ‘Mythology: Questioning the Nature of Truth’ at Manipal Centre for Philosophy and Humanities (MCPH) here, on March 17. Comparing the historical and the present form of the...

Remembering Tagore

Manipal: Manipal Centre of Philosophy and Humanities (MCPH) organised ‘A Day with Tagore’ on October 4, Sunday at the Gangubai Hanagal Auditorium to celebrate lesser known Indian Literature. The event commenced with a dramatised reading of Aruna Chakravarty’s book, Jorasanko. The reading was done by Minoti,...