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Tracing the Origins of Hinduphobia (Parts I-IV)
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Tracing the Origins of Hinduphobia (Parts I-IV)

Ramsundar Lakshminarayanan- June 24, 2021

Polygenesis is  antithetical  to monogenesis. Christian orthodoxy revolted against polygenesis that questioned and challenged the Abrahamic understanding of the origin of humankind. Kant and Blumenbach, ... Read More

A History and Hermeneutics of the Hatred Against Hindu Rashtra
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A History and Hermeneutics of the Hatred Against Hindu Rashtra

Abhisek Kumar Panda- June 6, 2021

In the rashtra, dharma manifests through its culture. It gives meaning and method to an individual to fulfill ambitions and desires and to transcend a ... Read More

Veer Savarkar, the Unsung Hero of our Freedom Struggle
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Veer Savarkar, the Unsung Hero of our Freedom Struggle

Shambu Nashipudi- June 2, 2021

While Nehru and Gandhi, now lauded as the creators and founders of the new India, were housed in comfortable “jails” for their minor acts of ... Read More

Who Is Misrepresenting Hinduism? The Hinduphobic Version of Hinduism
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Who Is Misrepresenting Hinduism? The Hinduphobic Version of Hinduism

Megha Ramesh- May 21, 2021

Sanatana Dharma does not advise us to blindly believe in something. It motivates us to explore different aspects about life – from our lowest cravings ... Read More

Invading the Sacred Cremation Ground: Western Media’s Coverage of the Pandemic in India
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Invading the Sacred Cremation Ground: Western Media’s Coverage of the Pandemic in India

Deepa Bhaskaran Salem- May 5, 2021

Apart from the economic angle, the rise of Indian nationalism and a “Hindu” government is considered a big threat to the expansion of both Judeo-Christian ... Read More

Understanding The Economist’s Hinduphobia
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Understanding The Economist’s Hinduphobia

Yogendra Singh Thakur- May 4, 2021

The blatant racism which considers Indians as unworthy, illiterates – even though for much of global civilizational history, Indians have far exceeded in prosperity than ... Read More

Divide Et Impera: How the British Created Sikh Identity
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Divide Et Impera: How the British Created Sikh Identity

Manu Kohli- April 21, 2021

Fox says that Arya Samaj was ‘proclaiming a Pan-Hindu set of beliefs, inclusive of Sikhs, that the British feared was subversive’. They feared that the ... Read More