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Reclaiming Varnasrama: Can a King be a Shudra? Can a pauper be a Brahmin?

One of the key concepts therein has been that of Varna. There are said to be four Varna: Brahmin, Kshatriya, Vaisya and Shudra, in society.
Cholas

The Imperial Cholas, Part II: Uniting South India under a highly organized and efficient monarchic form of governance

Rural governance under the Cholas followed a complex and well-organised system comprising of numerous officials and committees,
Diary of a Delhi Liberal: We celebrate the day we got freedom from Kashmiri Hindus, but Shaheen Bagh has become a bit of an albatross

Diary of a Delhi Liberal: We celebrate the day we got freedom from Kashmiri Hindus, but Shaheen Bagh has become a bit of an albatross

Talking of Shaheen Bagh, it has become a bit of an albatross around our neck, diary.

Altnews, co-founded by two Muslims, spreads misinformation about Hindu Swastika

Alt News falsely claims that Swastika without four dots can't be Hindu symbol
Kshetrayanam conclave

Kshetrayanam by Pragyata: 1-day conclave in Chennai to discuss challenges faced by Hindu sacred places and cultural practices

Pragyata is organising "Kshetrayanam" - an annual 1-day conclave that discusses the challenges facing our sacred spaces and their associated cultural practices
The Imperial Cholas, Part I: An Introduction to the longest ruling Dynasty in India

The Imperial Cholas, Part I: An Introduction to the longest ruling Dynasty in India

From a study of the annals of Indic studies, it is quite clear that the Imperial Cholas of south India claim the record for being the longest ruling dynasty in Indian history.

Makar Sankranti Parv, Khichadi Mela of Shri Gorakhnath Mandir: Yogi Adityanath explains

How Makar Sankranti is celebrated in India, especially in Gorakhpur, explains UP CM Yogi Adityanath.

Diary of a Delhi Liberal: Do not underestimate us, comrades will make sure Modi and Shah lose their deposits in next elections

This fight against fascism really takes a toll on you, you feel lost at times, you start wondering whether this is all worth it.

When Barely Sanghi talks to INSANE and CRAZY residents of ‘woke’ township BULLSHIT about fornication of his religion

In these polarized times, it is more important than ever to understand an opposing viewpoint whether it's CAA or why hate my religion so much

Diary of a Delhi Liberal: Of new year, dying infants and Modi getting his friend Trump to bomb an Irani general in Iraq

Within this week, fascists Modi and Shah tried several ways to divert people's attention diary.

Kalari Marma Chikitsa- Ayurvedic center keeps ancient healing technique alive

Kalari Marma Chikitsa is a technique for healing injuries relating to the musculoskeletal system
Faiz Ahmad Faiz

Faiz Ahmed Faiz – the poet, the poem, and the new battle

The issue is not whether Faiz or his poetry is anti-Hindu, the issue is that there are new voices that are speaking up and unsettling a narrative that ruled for decades, if not centuries.

The Anti-CAA Harry Potter placards: Dear Millennials, this new year, read a goddamned new book

If millennials are under the impression that they are convincing anyone with these Harry Potter placards, then they are a million times more stupid than one previously assumed them to be.

Diary of a Delhi Liberal: Our comrades try to beat up Sanghi goons even as fascism rises in India

We are well and truly in the Nazi era now. Our voices are getting suppressed, we are being shut down.
Marxist historians like Romila Thapar did present a 'rose tinted' version of Hindu-Muslim unity in Nehruvian textbooks: William Dalrymple admits

Marxist historians like Romila Thapar did present a ‘rose tinted’ version of Hindu-Muslim unity in Nehruvian textbooks: William Dalrymple admits

William Dalrymple said that history books written in the 1950s left sufficient room for questioning their authenticity. 

Diary of a Delhi Liberal: Friends in Jharkhand rejoice, we have reclaimed it from fascists

A Delhi Liberal is on a vacation to New York after ensuring the fascists lose Jharkhand and rest of the country burns.

JNU research scholar finds out the secret plan of Modi-Shah around NRC

And finally, we figured it out. We have unearthed the wicked conspiracy of the Brahminical duo of Modi-Shah to disenfranchise Indian Muslims by NRC

In Winter 2019 ‘Award Wapsi’ season, Shashi Tharoor to accept Sahitya Akademi Award since it is not union govt nominated

Thiruvananthapuram MP and Congress leader Shashi Tharoor won Sahitya Akademi Award for his book An Era of Darkness.

Diary of a Delhi Liberal: Citizenship Amendment Act, Bengal burning and Rahul Gandhi

Finally, after numerous failed attempts since May 2014, the 'liberals' of Delhi have successfully managed to set fire to India.
Pakistani Hindu refugees in India cheer for CAB

Pakistani Hindu refugees staying across India cheer for Citizenship Bill, thank PM Modi, Amit Shah

The proposed legislation applies to those who were forced to seek shelter in India due to persecution on the ground of religion. It aims to protect such people from proceedings of illegal migration.

Research by IIT-Bombay and PRL, Ahmedabad scientists finds evidence of Saraswati river: Read details

The research by the scientists of PRL, Ahmedabad and IIT-Bombay says that ample evidence has been found that suggests a considerable number of Harappan settlements had flourished along the ancient course of a modern seasonal stream called Ghaggar in Northwestern India.

Diary of a Delhi Liberal: Maharashtra, Chidambaram and the Telangana encounter

What an exciting week we had in our fight to keep liberal secularism alive in this country

Dharma, Deva, Desha: Three phases of Ram Janmabhoomi movement, who decided Babri Masjid had to go and day of reckoning

The Ram Janmabhoomi Movement, to this day, remains an enigma despite the fact that so much has been written and said about it. Despite the hours and hours of news coverage and the books that have been written about it, there is plenty about it that's still not known.

A faceless troll thought we ‘need to be disciplined’ because we were ‘out of line’

'Abusive right-wing trolls' make Internet, especially Twitter, an unsafe place for women, they say. But what about these abuses?

Why the Muslim perpetrators’ name must be mentioned explicitly when the victim is a Hindu

Intersectionality is a sociological concept says that intersecting identifies give rise to unique models of oppression

‘Womxn’ comes to India: A harebrained attempt by Leftists to change the English language that’s doomed to fail

With the advent of postmodernism, we do witness such a radical attempt underway with terms like Womxn coming to the fore. So what is the term 'womxn' and why is it being used? 
KK Muhammad stated that it is easier to reason with a dacoit than with a communist

Easier to convince a dacoit than a communist: Read what Dr KK Muhammad said at Mangaluru Lit Fest

"Let me be clear, India is secular only because it is a Hindu majority nation, said Dr KK Muhammed. 
Lt Colonel A G Rangaraj

All you need to know about Indian Army’s first Para Commando Lt. Col. AG Rangaraj who is being honoured as Korean War Hero

Lt Colonel AG Rangaraj will be awarded as the Korean War Hero for the month of July 2020 by South Korea
Asutralian government has said that all three artefacts were aquired from smuggler Subhash Kapoor.

3 ancient artefacts to be returned to India during Australian PM Morrison’s visit

The serpent king (Nagaraja) idol dates back to the 6th or 8th Century and is believed to be from Rajasthan or Madhya Pradesh. The 'Dwarapalas' from Tamil Nadu is said to be from the 15th century.
Sanjay Raut has been sly-shayari-ing through the last few weeks, BJP's coup has left him shocked

An analysis of Maharashtra politics in the last few weeks through Sanjay Raut’s poetry

While the entire media, political parties and the public were busy following the blurring developments of Maha politics, it was Raut's poetry that showed the true the emotions, hopes, dreams and dramas of the Shiv Sena flowing through his tweets.

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