I’m a Hindu woman and believer who is #READYTOWAIT and with this verdict, I feel utterly cheated and defeated
If a temple is to be treated as a public place, how far does this argument go?
The 6th of December, 1992 could be regarded as the most important even in the history of independent India.
A first-hand account by someone who attended the World Hindu Congress
I am not asking people to use idioms/terminologies of the West exclusively to tackle these problems
There is an urgent need for serious research, thinking and debate on the topic.
The raising Hindu self-awareness seems to threaten the already paranoid and insecure Left
Historically speaking, India has been tolerant of homosexuality and transgenders, like all pagan cultures.
Criticise them and challenge them. But do it with the right understanding or be a skeptic and just say "I don't know".
I hope they get great storytelling guides, books and souvenirs also to complete the experience.