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Dr. Krishen Kak

Sarvadharma Samabhava of the Abrahamics
Archives, Demography (Persecution & Proselytisation)

Sarvadharma Samabhava of the Abrahamics

Dr. Krishen Kak- January 6, 2016

As a Hindu, ask yourself again this simple question. If Christianity and Islam respect Hinduism as “equal”, why do they need to convert or kill ... Read More

Hindus Are The Last Of The Pagans
Archives, Demography (Persecution & Proselytisation)

Hindus Are The Last Of The Pagans

Dr. Krishen Kak- December 24, 2015

Such are examples for us pagans of the gospel of the New Testament.  We are all dogs, murderers, sorcerers, idolaters, liars - all synonyms for devil-worshippers, ... Read More

Yatha Raja: Will the UPSC now Change?
Archives, Commentaries

Yatha Raja: Will the UPSC now Change?

Dr. Krishen Kak- October 12, 2015

The Union Public Service Commission has constituted a committee “to overhaul the entire examination scheme and suit the selection process to the skills required for ... Read More

Pat Gelsinger and a Letter to a Pastor
Archives, Identity (Distortion & Appropriation)

Pat Gelsinger and a Letter to a Pastor

Dr. Krishen Kak- May 11, 2015

A financial newspaper, prominent in the English ‘secular’ media in our country, recently gave favourable publicity to an evangelical book. Read More

Who is a Hindu?
Archives, Demography (Persecution & Proselytisation)

Who is a Hindu?

Dr. Krishen Kak- April 20, 2015

The origin of the human race (as distinct from our evolution as the human species) is an engaging metaphysical mystery for many of us, but ... Read More

Britain’s Daughters and America’s Daughters
Archives, Commentaries

Britain’s Daughters and America’s Daughters

Dr. Krishen Kak- March 11, 2015

A foreigner-made documentary called “India’s Daughter” is much in the news.  What is clear is that the Government of India supported and cooperated in its ... Read More

God and the Constitution of India
Archives, Commentaries

God and the Constitution of India

Dr. Krishen Kak- January 15, 2015

We Indians claim to be a secular democratic republic, governed by a Constitution of India we have given ourselves. If indeed we are secular, why ... Read More