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Festival of Sanatan: Spectacular images of the first Shani Snan at the Kumbh Mela 2019

Kumbh is the largest religious and spiritual congregation on the earth and is declared as 'intangible cultural heritage' by UNESCO.
Dr. Chaddha of Vicky Donor

Rahul Gandhi wins first ever Dr. Chaddha Presidential Award for being a lucky sperm

Congress has decided to celebrate 19 June as World Sperm Day. Rahul Gandhi is supposed to be the Prime Minister of India by then.

Makar Sankranthi, Bihu, Pongal or Lohri: India celebrates the festival with many names and vibrant traditions

The transition of the sun into the Capricorn (Makar) constellation marks the end of winter and is celebrated across India by many names.

Operation Johar: Author Abhishek Banerjee takes us back in time of left-wing terror in newly formed Jharkhand

In his debut book Operation Johar: A Love Story, author and columnist Abhishek Banerjee walks us down the memory lane of left-wing terror in the newly formed Jharkhand.

Columbia University recognizes Sushruta’s contribution to Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery

In its History of Medicine series, the Columbia University Irving Medicine Center confirmed that the roots of modern cosmetic surgery go back over 2500 years

‘Will Rahul Gandhi make a good Prime Minister?’: Here is how ‘non-pliant’ media can get the crowd to shout ‘yes’

The reaction of the crowd to the suggestion of Rahul Gandhi as PM was the same even after repeated attempts by the anchor to get a 'Yes'.

A Grand Narrative for India: The Last Bastion of Polytheism

It's not unsurprising that India hasn't been able to come up with its own Grand Narrative as the intellectual corridors of the country continues to be dominated by people of a liberal or Marxist bent

And, so.. the heir takes his oath

So, The Heir will take his oath as the Prime Minister of India in May 2019.
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History created as transgenders take out a procession in Kumbh Mela

In a first, transgenders took part in the religious royal entry procession called 'Peshwai' on 6th January for the 'Kinnar Akhara'
Patna roads paintings

Patna roads get a makeover: Mithila and other art forms adorn the streets of the historical city

Various historical and religious events are depicted on the walls of Patna streets.

Attention Faye D’ Souza: For a lesser ‘communal’ tweet, a star chef was sacked in Dubai

Utter joy, as Faye D’ Souza, must have seen, at the “stupidity” of Hindus who stand fighting for their right to worship as they please at Sabarimala

The Jacobite Syrian Church should focus on the rape culture in Churches instead of Sabarimala

Churches should focus a little less on Sabarimala and more on the sexual exploitation of women and children by the Churches and Christian priests
Kerala government to impose fine up to Rs 13 on devotees

Mainstream Media : The Enemy of the People

The manner in which the mainstream media has celebrated the desecration of Sabarimala is a complete and utter disgrace. They have sacrificed common human decency at the altar of liberalism.
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Congress MPs fly paper planes inside the parliament, is Rahul Gandhi bringing another revolutionary idea to India?

The Lok Sabha speaker instructed Congress leaders to behave in a dignified manner in the Parliament.

Attack on Sabarimala traditions: Kerala church extends support to communist government’s ‘Women’s Wall’

The Jacobite Church intends to gather 1 Lakh women for the protest against Sabarimala which is nothing but an orchestrated act against Hindus.

Glorifying Aurangzeb and forgetting Guru Tegh Bahadur: The dangers of losing our identity

What was demanded of the ninth and penultimate Guru? That he yield to Aurangzeb’s demand of embracing Islam.
Rahul Kanwal and India Today peddle fake news about Gorakhnath Temple

Fact-Check: Are Dalits not allowed to enter the Gorakhnath Temple, as claimed by India Today

A worker of Gorakhnath Temple called Shravan invited Rahul Kanwal to visit the temple before making wild accusations
One out of three rape accused Christian Godmen, surrenders before Kerala police

Celebrations on Christmas and negativity during Diwali represents the Abrahamisation of the liberal mind

Not just Tharoor, even Times Now, after it spread rampant negativity during Diwali was in quite the festive mood during Christmas

The Pagan roots of Christmas: From Jesus’ date of birth to Christmas trees

The tradition of Christmas trees appears to have been borrowed from Pagan traditions as well.

Gujarat: Surat businessman Mahesh Savani helps 261 couples get married at a mass wedding

Many gazetted officers, including IAS and IPS performed the 'Kanyadaan' of a few HIV+ brides.

Lord Hanuman: The latest God that politicians wish to exploit, all the while, making a fool of themselves

We Hindus believe that Hanuman ji is immortal and he has been present all along since Treta Yug to modern days.

From ‘Liberal’ Atheism to Hindutva: The story of my return to the Hindu fold

Once I became a Hindu again, Hindutva was the obvious political preference.

Are progressives normalising paedophilia? 11 year old dances at a gay bar while adults throw money at him

People on Twitter were horrified at the exploitation of Desmond by his parents. The Drag Kid's parents are being accused of brainwashing him to benefit themselves financially.

Pakistan has something in abundance that China needs desperately – Donkeys

Pakistan is now the third largest country in terms of donkey population.

Charity needn’t necessarily begin at home – it can just as well end at home too

“The answer is staring at your face”, the mendicant said, the wisdom gleaned from 60 years of misrule shining on his face. “Farm loan waivers.” He said.

The Prince and his dilemma: A short story

The prince wanted to choose buddy boy Jo, for he was a fellow prince too.

Book by Indian Express deputy editor, Sushant Singh, has plagiarised content from a 9 year old article

Sushant Singh, Indian Express deputy editor seems to have shamelessly plagiarised content from a Bharat Rakshat article published 9 years ago

Kumbh Mela 2019: Railways gears up with 800 special trains, reduced fares and massive projects to handle pilgrim surge

The Kumbh Mela is believed to be the largest religious gathering on earth and alternates between Nasik, Allahabad, Ujjain, and Haridwar every three years.
PM Modi's statement of 'parties without presidents' might have been a jibe against Congress

Here is why BJP lost elections, and of course, it was deliberate

What BJP supporters need to realise is this - no political party ever wants to lose and least of all, a party led by the two most politically aggressive politicians the country has ever seen.

Abrahamism and SJWism: Both religions dangerous in their absolute forms

we have to remember that just like Abrahamic monotheism SJW ism tends to be very Utopian and Utopias are the most dangerous form of societal goals.

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