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Anjali George

Anjali George

Anjali George is an activist, writer and a reformer who is extremely passionate and ardent about the preservation of Indic and indigenous cultures. She is one of the pioneers behind the ‘Ready To Wait’ movement, that was launched to ascertain the rights of the indigenous women in opposition to a politically motivated attack on the tradition of Sabarimala temple. She serves on the Board of Frankfurt City's Council of religions, Indic Collective, and Shaktitva foundation. She is also the chairperson of People for Dharma.

Hindu Feminine under Colonial Morality
Archives, Identity (Distortion & Appropriation)

Hindu Feminine under Colonial Morality

Anjali George- March 25, 2020

Hindus are losing heterogeneity of mind and are narrowing themselves into straight-jacketed thinking. Read More

Temple Reclamation Movement in Kerala
Archives, Rights (Discrimination & Appeasement)

Temple Reclamation Movement in Kerala

Anjali George- March 4, 2020

The inherent capacity to respond to the challenges, adapt and rebuild, makes the Hindu civilisation the most ancient and continuous civilisation. Read More

The Myth of beef-eating Hindu
Archives, Commentary

The Myth of beef-eating Hindu

Anjali George- November 13, 2019

It was the European Christians who introduced cow meat-eating in Kerala. Not only the Moplahs, but even the Syrian Christian community abstained from consuming cow ... Read More

Are temples of Hindus playground for secular politicking?
Archives, Rights (Discrimination & Appeasement)

Are temples of Hindus playground for secular politicking?

Anjali George- November 9, 2017

The new president of the Malabar Devaswom has announced the board's intention to take over all temples in Malabar region including those run by the ... Read More

Trivikrama, Mahabali, and Onam
Archives, Indology

Trivikrama, Mahabali, and Onam

Anjali George- September 4, 2017

This article briefly examine the conceptualisations of Trivikrama, Mahabali, and the history of the Onam festival. Read More

Why the secular government is not a rightful manager of Hindu temples
Archives, Rights (Discrimination & Appeasement)

Why the secular government is not a rightful manager of Hindu temples

Anjali George- April 7, 2017

HR & CE officials are committing a blatant abuse of law not only in the delinquent administration of the temples and its assets, but also ... Read More