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Pankaj Saxena

Pankaj Saxena

Pankaj Saxena is a scholar of History, Hindu Architecture and Literature. He has visited more than 400 sites of ancient Hindu temples and has photographed the evidence. He's also writes articles, research papers and reviews in various print and online newspapers and magazines and is the author of three books.

The Ideological Affiliations of The Caravan
Analyses

The Ideological Affiliations of The Caravan

Pankaj Saxena- August 27, 2020

This is the third part of the series on anti-Hinduism as an industry written by Pankaj Saxena. The choice of the editorial team of The Caravan is ... Read More

Why a defunct Leftist magazine was revived
Analyses

Why a defunct Leftist magazine was revived

Pankaj Saxena- August 27, 2020

In 2009, a defunct magazine, The Caravan, was revived as a long-form narrative journalism magazine on the model of The New Yorker. The first issue of the ... Read More

Project ACRPR: Racial Profiling of Hindus
Archives, Demography (Persecution & Proselytisation)

Project ACRPR: Racial Profiling of Hindus

Pankaj Saxena- February 8, 2016

Project ACRPR is nothing but an exercise of legitimizing and glorifying Islamic terrorists. Read More

Project ACRPR: Manufacturing Evidence
Archives, Demography (Persecution & Proselytisation)

Project ACRPR: Manufacturing Evidence

Pankaj Saxena- February 1, 2016

They all hate Hindu culture, Hindu civilization and Hindu society and view Hindus in racist terms. Read More

Project ACRPR: Cast of Characters
Archives, Demography (Persecution & Proselytisation)

Project ACRPR: Cast of Characters

Pankaj Saxena- January 23, 2016

Though the Armed Conflict Resolution and People’s Rights Project professes to take no political sides, it is in fact a fault-finding mission, determined to criticize ... Read More

Project ACRPR: Why India?
Archives, Demography (Persecution & Proselytisation)

Project ACRPR: Why India?

Pankaj Saxena- January 20, 2016

In addition to powerful countries in the West, the insurgents, the secessionists and the foreign groups also like weak governments. Read More