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Deadly distortions of Colonial Rule- Notes from ‘A Ruler’s Gaze’ by Arvind Sharma- I
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Deadly distortions of Colonial Rule- Notes from ‘A Ruler’s Gaze’ by Arvind Sharma- I

Dr Pingali Gopal- May 7, 2018

Arvind Sharma applies the Saidian lens in analysing the British and Muslim rule over India and the distortions they inflicted. Sadly, there has been a ... Read More

Best of 2017: Articles you don’t want to miss
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Best of 2017: Articles you don’t want to miss

IndiaFacts Staff- December 30, 2017

2017 has been another exciting year and IndiaFacts published some very important articles that has helped carry forward the grand Indic civilizational narrative by countering ... Read More

Sati and Atrocity Narrative for the Civilizing Mission
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Sati and Atrocity Narrative for the Civilizing Mission

Sankrant Sanu- December 4, 2017

Colonial consciousness permeates us—the colonizers and the colonized, the “Left” and the “Hindu right”, the “traditionalists” and the “reformers.” To be free of it, we ... Read More

Missionaries and the debate on Sati in Colonial India
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Missionaries and the debate on Sati in Colonial India

Meenakshi Jain- December 1, 2017

The entire colonial debate on sati centred on figures provided by the missionaries and the Government, each set of which suffered from serious flaws. But ... Read More

Jauhar-Shaka: When The Enemy Was At The Gate
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Jauhar-Shaka: When The Enemy Was At The Gate

Sahana Singh- November 27, 2017

If there is one ritual that epitomizes heroism, defiance and conjugal love in the face of brutal onslaughts on Rajput kingdoms, it is Jauhar-Shaka. Read More