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Modern Indian minds are still enslaved under the colonial thought process

Bharat, Dharma and the law: Colonial enslavement of the ‘modern’ Indian minds

The typical 'modern' Indian mind still seeks validation on benchmarks set by the erstwhile colonial master, which it has internalized so deep within its consciousness that it has come to accept them as not just the normal but also the ideal.

As India celebrates its seven decades of freedom, it needs a movement for cultural independence

India is a civilisational country. The common thread connecting all the citizens of the country is its civilisation values, which is often manifested with the 'Hindu' value system.

India became a nation in 1947, but ceased to be a civilisation: 12 civilisational characteristics that India needs to achieve

This August 15th, let us resolve to work together to rebuild our civilization, together.

The attack on Hinduism has uncanny resemblance to Christian annihilation of Paganism – A review of ‘The Darkening Age’

The current attack on Hinduism has uncanny resemblance to Christian Annihilation of Paganism

The mystery of the DMT: The ‘Spirit Molecule’ that purportedly transports humans to another realm

People report seeing aliens and angels and Gods under the influence of DMT.
Dhinchak Pooja's new song in YouTube has taken social media by storm

Dhinchak Pooja is back with another musical masterpiece, ‘Naach ke pagal ho jao’ takes YouTube by storm

Dhinchak Pooja's song is full of deep philosophy and serious advice for the general public. The lyrics ask viewers to dance like mad and go mad dancing.
Millions of Hindus take part in the Kanwar Yatras each year

We are the Hindus of Bharat, our faith is not restricted to imaginary fiefdoms of regionalism

Thousands of Odias travel to Tirupati each year. Thousands go to Vaishno Devi, and thousands go to visit the 12 Jyotirlingas of India. So, how can some individuals with a tunnel view are going to decide what is the Odia identity and what is not?
Sanjay Manjrekar commentary

Five ways to survive Sanjay Manjrekar’s commentary

In an era where Indian society is divided, Sanjay Manjrekar’s commentary unites everybody.

Majnu Ka Tilla: A Tilla of hope, dreams and aspirations for Pakistani Hindu refugees

Minki with the blue eyes was one of the first refugees brought to the Majnu ka Tilla camp.

Faith under siege: What is behind the recent spate of attacks on Hindu religious sites?

The temple vandalism in Hauz Qazi, Chandni Chowk is still totally fresh in our memories, still very much a topic of discussion on social media. There have since then been a spate of attack on Hindu religious sites

Watch: Hanuman Chalisa and chants of ‘Jai Shree Ram’ reverberate in Hauz Qazi Durga Mandir that was earlier desecrated by Muslim mob

Hindu activists today organised a prayer event and recitation of the Hanuman Chalisa at the Durga Mandir in Hauz Qazi that was earlier vandalised.
Kamra and Moitra seem to have travelled in the same plane to experience the same turbulence sitting beside the same people

With the same ‘zor se bolo’ story to tell, were Kunal Kamra and Mahua Moitra traveling in the same plane and experienced the same turbulence?

It is, however, a matter of grave concern. How did all so-called left-wingers and anti-BJP opinion cum joke makers ended up in the same plane at the same time to experience the same turbulence?

Here is how the real purpose of the ‘Lynchistan’ narrative was to provoke actual violence

The killing of Tabrez Ansari in Jharkhand is again an example of a real event picked up and fitted into a false narrative of 'Lynchistan'

Gujarat Lies: A collection Rana Ayyub’s personal vendetta

After her book was published, Ayyub had accused Tehelka of being under 'political pressure' to not publish the 'sting'

Fanatics at the front door: The case of Hauz Qazi

Democracy is all about giving a voice to the voiceless and representation to the faceless. This is what went missing in the initial period of the incident of Hauz Qazi in Old Delhi where a Hindu temple was vandalized.

I am a Hindu: Breaking of temples brings back the worst of my civilizational memories

The incident in Chandni Chowk, in the heart of Delhi, in today’s India, causes a deep pain. It reminds us of the humiliation that our ancestors suffered for being Hindus in India.

The not-so-syncretic Ganga-Jamuni tehzeeb and the false wails of how ‘Sanghis’ turned Urdu into a ‘Muslim language’

Often one sees 'liberals invoking Ganga Jamuni Tehzeeb or the Syncretic Hindu Muslim culture of North India every time they hear the idea of New India. In reality, they see it as an attack on anything Muslim by the BJP.
Mangoes and Cricket

Mangoes turning saffron from green after Modi’s victory is a huge concern, activists say

The is being seen along with developments like colour of Indian cricket team's jersey turning saffron from blue.

No, The Dalai Lama is not a ‘Racist’ or ‘Islamophobe’ for defying the Multicultural Doctrine

Dalai Lama has reiterated that Europe should belong to Europeans.

Leila: Who would question Prayaag Akbar or Netflix?

I expect a political storm over Leila, a six-part TV serial on Netflix, the first season of which went on air last week.

The man who thought he was Wayanad’s Pavarotti

Anyone to take the blame. Go find names. Spread the word. Let the people talk about them, discuss them and get the attention of my son.
Yoga is rooted in Hindu spiritual traditions and so is Vande Mataram, disassociating them from Hinduism an insult to our ancestors

Yoga is rooted in Hindu spiritual traditions and so is Vande Mataram, disassociating them from Hinduism an insult to our ancestors

The Communist Chief Minister of Kerala pontificated on how none of the Asanas performed on International Yoga Day had anything to do with any religion.

The Partition of Bengal: Supported by all sections of Bengali Hindus to protect their own lives and identity

On West Bengal day, we revisit the partition of West Bengal and how all Bengali Hindus fought for their homeland
In the last two years, there have been hundreds of incidents of violence on doctors and healthcare staff in Bengal

Doctors are life-savers, professionals, not magicians and certainly not slaves

They promise to help us to the best of their ability. While that might sound like a simple statement for most, when life and death hang in the balance, the 'best of their ability' statement takes prominence.
Single parent, challenges, pain and hopes

I am a single parent, and I have superpowers

In India, or maybe everywhere else too, single parents are taboo. Single mothers even more so, because, our society, however classy, and advanced it might pretend to have become, still hasn't adjusted to the idea of a woman existing without being validated by a man.

The elite apathy of self-consumed Indians and self-identified ‘South Asians’

The truth is that none of this lot feels a thing when the name Hindu is napalmed, no, irradiated like Chernobyl actually, because it doesn't affect them much.
Odisha's Raja festival celebrating the earth's womanhood

Raja Parba: Odisha’s unique festival celebrating the earth’s womanhood

As a mark of respect towards mother earth during her menstruation days, all agricultural works, like ploughing and sowing are suspended for the three days.
Bishop Ezra Sargunam

Meet the controversial anti-Hindu evangelist, Bishop Ezra Sargunam, who wanted to punch Hindus in the face

The Bishop urges the group to take up the challenge and spread the word that there is no such thing as Hindu religion. If at all anyone does oppose to this, the Bishop without hesitation asked the group to punch them in the face and make sure they bleed.
Temple elephants in Kerala are revered, celebrated, loved and mourned by its people

Kerala villagers want to keep an elephant alive, media sees ‘rise of BJP’ in the state

Kerala had loved and wept for its elephants much before BJP or the RSS became stakeholders in the state's politics.

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