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The Twice-Dead
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The Twice-Dead

Vijendra Rao- September 29, 2020

My choice of using Edward as a prism to view Murthy's personality is based on the need to reinforce my own belief that Murthy was ... Read More

Equal Rights for Hindus: The Time is Now
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Equal Rights for Hindus: The Time is Now

Koenraad Elst- September 22, 2020

Secularists will claim that as a majority, the Hindus owe the minorities something. But in a secular state, there is no such thing as a ... Read More

Ayodhya Excavation: Digging Up The Dark History Of Hindu Masjids
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Ayodhya Excavation: Digging Up The Dark History Of Hindu Masjids

Rakesh Krishnan Simha- September 2, 2020

The new finds at Ayodhya are a pointer to the thousand-year iconoclastic fury of the Muslim invaders. If one begins to calculate the total number ... Read More

Response to Prof. Sheldon Pollock’s Interview
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Response to Prof. Sheldon Pollock’s Interview

Dr. Girish Nath Jha- August 28, 2020

A response by Prof. Girish Nath Jha, Dean, School of Sanskrit and Indic Studies, JNU to a recent interview of Prof Sheldon Pollock published in ... Read More

Examining Anti-Brahmanism and The New Anti-Hindu Priesthood
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Examining Anti-Brahmanism and The New Anti-Hindu Priesthood

Jayant Charan- August 28, 2020

It is an irony and a farce that the modern-day English-educated, colonised intellectual class of India who have promoted anti-Hinduism and anti-Brahmanism for over 70 ... Read More

Reza Aslan’s “Believer” – An exhibit of unconcealed Hinduphobia
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Reza Aslan’s “Believer” – An exhibit of unconcealed Hinduphobia

Prashant Parikh- August 27, 2020

From colonial times, Indians have been characterized as predominantly savage, otherworldly, uncivilized, and by implication, in need of “civilizing”. These long-perpetuated portrayals of Hindus did not remain ... Read More

Denying Yoga its roots
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Denying Yoga its roots

Sri Louise- August 27, 2020

“Admiration of a foreign culture or a foreign aesthetic system can connote broad-mindedness and at the same time flatter the aesthetic or political pretensions of ... Read More