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Maragatham

Maragatham

Maragatham returned to Bharat after earning an engineering degree in the US. He moved to a farm in rural Madurai District. Working with rural communities in both farming and construction brought him face to face with the untruths of universalist Western education resulting in his conscious ghar wapsi to Dharma, Hinduism, and the ways of his ancestors. His self-published books include, “Light In The Forest: A Dharmic Landscape for Hindu Kids and their Parents,” and “It's Not For Nothing That We Stand For Something: Basic Intellectual Self-Defence for Hindu Parents”. He tweets at @bhoomiputraa, and writes under a pseudonym to protect his family from left-liberal attacks.

No Branches without Roots –- An Understanding of Hindu Social Structure from the Outside-In — Part III 
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No Branches without Roots –- An Understanding of Hindu Social Structure from the Outside-In — Part III 

Maragatham- July 8, 2022

(Image courtesy: istockphoto.com) Editor’s Note: Part I in this series of three articles can be read here, and Part II can be read here. Part III ... Read More

No Branches without Roots — An Understanding of Hindu Social Structure from the Outside-In – Part II
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No Branches without Roots — An Understanding of Hindu Social Structure from the Outside-In – Part II

Maragatham- June 29, 2022

(Image courtesy: viewbug.com) Editor’s Note: Part I in this series of three articles can be read here. Part II – Community and Sanatana Civilization (Concepts ... Read More

No Branches without Roots — An Understanding of Hindu Social Structure from the Outside In — Part I
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No Branches without Roots — An Understanding of Hindu Social Structure from the Outside In — Part I

Maragatham- June 21, 2022

  Separation causes blindness. In America, the urban legend goes, that when school children are asked where milk comes from, they all answer, “From the ... Read More

The Hindu Traditionalist (III) – Culture, Morality and Reform
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The Hindu Traditionalist (III) – Culture, Morality and Reform

Maragatham- September 14, 2021

The grand unity project, if it is serious, should have two major aims. One, to rid us of two ancient weaknesses – our inability to ... Read More

The Hindu Traditionalist (II): Culture, Morality and Reform
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The Hindu Traditionalist (II): Culture, Morality and Reform

Maragatham- August 12, 2021

I am told that Christian scholars accuse us of being inferior because we do not have a code of ethics. I don’t know if this ... Read More