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Atul Sinha

Atul Sinha

Atul Sinha founded and runs a leading Strategic Brand Design Company. His interest in Indic culture and history led him to pursue a PhD program at SVYASA, Bangalore. He writes on Vedanta and Indic Culture.

Reimagining Education in New India
Archives, Commentary

Reimagining Education in New India

Atul Sinha- June 17, 2019

The greatness of the ancient Indian education lay in the emphasis on character building, a great intellectual tradition bristling with debate and amazing broad-based knowledge. ... Read More

Sabarimala – A Tark Vitark
Archives, Commentary

Sabarimala – A Tark Vitark

Atul Sinha- January 15, 2019

Sabarimala is not a random case. It has been carefully chosen to hit the Hindus where it hurts the most. Read More

The Untold Story of India’s Partition
Archives, Indology

The Untold Story of India’s Partition

Atul Sinha- November 26, 2018

The Indian leaders were arrogant, inconsistent, disinterested in foreign affairs, did not understand defence and erred politically time and again. Gandhi and Nehru failed to ... Read More

Indian Culture & History: Whose Narrative Should It Be- 4
Archives, Identity (Distortion & Appropriation)

Indian Culture & History: Whose Narrative Should It Be- 4

Atul Sinha- June 26, 2017

What makes Indian culture and history unique is the multiplicity of conflicting narratives that it is made up of. Read More

Indian Culture & History: Whose Narrative Should It Be- 3
Archives, Indology

Indian Culture & History: Whose Narrative Should It Be- 3

Atul Sinha- May 25, 2017

This article examines the Revivalist Narrative that has posed a serious challenge to Marxist and Orientalist narrative about Indian history Read More

Indian Culture & History: Whose Narrative Should It Be- 2
Archives, Identity (Distortion & Appropriation)

Indian Culture & History: Whose Narrative Should It Be- 2

Atul Sinha- April 25, 2017

This article will look at the narratives on India that emerged as a result of the foreign gaze. Read More

Indian Culture & History: Whose Narrative Should It Be-1
Archives, Identity (Distortion & Appropriation)

Indian Culture & History: Whose Narrative Should It Be-1

Atul Sinha- March 16, 2017

This article will talk about the two narratives that are essentially from the Indian gaze: The Indigenous narrative and Ambedkar’s narrative. Read More