31 Articles by
Dr. Mrittunjoy Guha Majumdar
Mrittunjoy is a physicist, activist, writer, social worker and philosopher.
75 years after decolonisation of India, now the need of the hour is decolonisation of the individual
The key question on decolonisation is whether India was truly liberated, beyond the political dimension, after 1947
Political History of India
Rashtranayak Netaji: Dharmic moorings of Subhash Chandra Bose and the death-blow to the British Raj in India
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose must be conferred title of Rashtranayak (national hero) lickety-split for his dharmic moorings and the death blow to British Raj
Yogi, the UPYogi for Uttar Pradesh: An analysis of the transformation of UP and how BJP can continue its UPward move
UP lies on the hallowed grounds that saw the rise and fall of various important chapters in Indian history and now, it is the Yogi Adityanath era
What the “right-wing” and the “left-wing” has meant traditionally and how BJP is transcending binaries with its governance model
It is time to discard the tag of Right wing and simply go for that which is right for the country - exactly what the Modi govt is doing
Dharma is one of the most misunderstood, distorted and attacked concepts in the contemporary world.
Being a Hindu: The history and politics of how an ancient way of life survived centuries of repression, invasion and persecution
Hindus have been attacked for more than a millennia by Greeks, Sultans, Mughals, British and others at various times
Since China has a humongous population like, we could look at what worked there in controlling the COVID-19 pandemic
Black Lives Matter, a Facebook post and how I got censored: Big Tech, freedom of speech and the overall hypocrisy of the Ultra Left
On 11 February 2021, my Facebook account of 13 years was disabled without reason and it is time we talk about the Ultra Left's hypocrisy
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.