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Thanks ICP for publishing this essay on #Ritamic Decision Policy. Into year-3 of this series, this post summarizes manthan, research and study of the Vedic origins of sustainable decision policy and strategy, with contemporary examples all can relate to.
Post focuses on sustainable policy to make not one, but a series of interconnected decisions over time.

Can ideas of Vedanta be applied here?
short ans: Y.

Content is of interest to those making gov or private policy, designers, startups, #Ganita/stem students, young parents.
The post is divided into 7 sections with links to each at the top. Those who simply want a easy-to-remember idea of Ritamic decision policy can go to the examples- read how Air India altered its DEL-SFO route in harmony with Ritam.…
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Elephants are associated with hindus since ancient times. Ramayana and Mahabharat mentions Use of Elephants in war. According to the Ramayan Airawat’s mother was Iravati. other legend says Airavata come out from churning the ocean (samundra manthan) . Image
The king of Gods and chief Vedic deity Indra is depicted as riding Airavata a mythological elephant when in went to combat and defeated Vrita. King Prithu made Airavata king of all elephants. Image
The ancient Indian Mahabharat elaborately depicts elephant warfare. They are recognized as an essential component of royal and military processions. In ancient India, the army was fourfold (chaturangna), consisting of infantry, cavalry, elephants and chariots.
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