Culture and History
Articles that details the rich cultural heritage and history of India
Hindus are often heard arguing that Hinduism is not a religion but a way of life while others object and see Hinduism as a religion
Round 2: Leftists and Naxal sympathisers start casting doubts on the excavation at Ram Janmabhoomi temple site, call it “of little use”
A day after various remains of a temple was unearthed from Ram Mandir site at Ayodhya, Nandini Sundar a known Naxal sympathiser, took to Twitter to peddle a new narrative to discredit the findings.
Niṇyāvacāṁsi: Essence of the Vedas; which not just describe Satya, but themselves are Satya – the Absolute Truth
The Rig Veda and other Vedas speak of the knowledge of self-realisation and unity consciousness in Brahman
Madura Vijaya: The epic by female poet Gangadevi that narrates the glorious victory of the Vijayanagara empire over the Madurai Sultanate
Harihara was the first King of Vijayanagara (now Hampi). After him Bukka Raya’s reign started. His son Akampana was a great commander and expanded his kingdom over all of South India, parts of Odisha, and parts of Bahmani Empire. Gandadevi was his wife.
The myth of Mughal greatness: Mughals were neither great rulers nor were they secularists competing with Nehru
Amd growing tendency to recreate the myth of Mughal majesty, it is important for people to know about the truth about the Mughals
On the occasion of Maharana Pratap Jayanti, let me tell you a story. We all know about the Maharana’s legendary battle in 1576 against Mughal forces on the fields of Halidghati
From ‘terrorizing Holi’ to ‘health hazard Ramayana’: How media demonizes Hindus and all they hold sacred
The Hinduphobic media organisations regularly offend Hindu sentiments by bashing Hindu festivals.
Bois Locker Room: Society and family are part of the solution to protect and safeguard women from predators and not the problem
The existence of such a 'boys locker room' only proves that such conduct is not tolerated in any sane society.
Joseph Pulitzer – the story of the founder of the Pulitzer Prizes, and the Father of Yellow Journalism
The term Yellow Journalism originated during a competition between two major newspaper publishers Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst.
China launches ‘crusade’ against Christianity, begins to remove crosses from churches across the country
The leadership in China has launched the crusade to eradicate Christianity in various provinces for two years now.
Here are the six significant statements by the court today while denying bail to Tahir Hussain, accused in the Delhi anti-Hindu riots
Tahir Hussain had sought bail saying there was no cogent evidence to link him to Ankit Sharma's murder
Nepal PM says Shri Ram was Nepali and India has created ‘fake Ayodhya’, admits scholars will not believe his ‘new fact’
Nepalese Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli claimed that India falsely says Shri Ram was born in Ayodhya, India.
Amidst rising demand to boycott Chinese products, Bollywood actor Karthik Aryan drops multi-crore endorsement deal with Oppo
Karthik Aryan has become the first Bollywood actor to drop a multi-crore deal with a Chinese brand.
AMU girl complains about being threatened and hounded since CAA was passed, told she will be made to wear “brass hijab”
Calling her a "Sanghi", the fellow AMU students had attacked her for calling out sexualisation of women in the varsity
The death of BJP MLA Debendra Nath Roy shows that no opposition political leader is safe in West Bengal
BJP MLA in West Bengal, Debendra Nath Roy, was found hanging in public on Monday.
The curious case of ‘Drone Boy’ who has made 600 drones using broken mixer grinders and televisions. A fact-check
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While 'drone boy' Prathap NM has claimed to have made 600 drones using e-waste, not a single photo or video of them exist
‘Drone boy’ Prathap NM makes a statement after OpIndia fact-check: Here is why his explanation makes little sense
'Drone boy' Prathap NM says he won't show his drones due to intellectual property issues, but will show certificates from unregistered events
Sachin Pilot reaches Delhi with 25 MLAs amid speculations of Rajasthan government collapse, Gehlot holds late night meetings
Ashok Gehlot claimed that the State government was stable and would continue to remain so despite all efforts to the contrary
Pakistanis are shocked that Turkish actress does not cover herself head-to-toe in real life like her role in TV show Ertugrul, slams for wearing...
Pakistani Islamists troll Turkish actress Esra Bilgiç for her modern clothing, not traditional dress like her historical role in a TV show
Stand-up comedian apologises for insulting memorial to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in Arabian sea after MNS workers vandalised studio
The stand-up 'comedian' Agrima Joshua had made scornfully derisive remarks in her video against the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj memorial that is going to be erected in the Arabian Sea