23 Articles by
Dr. Mrittunjoy Guha Majumdar
Mrittunjoy is a physicist, activist, writer, social worker and philosopher.
Turiyavād: A Socio-Political Framework Premised on Truth and Transcendence in Life, Society and Politics
Dogma and ideological stagnation has percolated through the cracks and crevices of contemporary life, society and politics.
Dissent, not destruction, is a part and parcel of Democracy: Problematic platforming of Khalistani sympathisers in the ‘farmer protests’
Dissent, not destruction, is part and parcel of democracy, even as liberalism in a mobocracy is like a fish out of water.
A balanced liberalization, based on the triad of truth, efficiency and compassion, may find a better tomorrow
Was the resurrection of Jesus actually resuscitation? A Vedantic perspective on the Resurrection of Jesus Christ
Many believe that Jesus had fainted due to some liquid given to him, and therefore his resurrection was actually a resuscitation
Importance of Integrity and Digitization of the Election Process in India in light of the history of ‘scientific rigging’ in elections in West Bengal
Elections in West Bengal during CPI(M) and Trinamool Congress have been marked by ‘scientific rigging’, but the EVMs have changed that
Standing against forced conversions and regressive exclusivism: In conversation with the Nationalist Hindustani Christians’ Manch
The Hindustani Christians’ Manch aims to to demolish the false narrative that the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is anti-Christian
India needs to take the Quantum jump, it is time to make the country more Quantum Computing friendly
In the bid to build quantum technology in the country, the barriers in policy have to be removed by the govt
Indian born French journalist Francois Gautier talks on a range of issues concerning India, Hinduism and the society
The indigenization of military equipment and defence infrastructure needs significant improvement in India