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Buddhist rock carvings vandalised by Islamists in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan flag painted on ancient artwork

Islamists vandalise Buddhist rock carvings in Gilgit-Baltistan by writing Islamic slogans on the rock-art from 800 AD.

Satyatva or the Absolute Truth: Resonances across Religions and Rejection of Exclusivism

the Absolute Truth transcends the relative, the subjective, the worldly, to the extent of transcending polarities and dualities

Main gate of a Buddhist Monastery set ablaze by miscreants in Leh

The Ladakh Buddhist Association has demanded strict action against the culprits.

Buddhist Monk arrested in Bodhgaya for the sexual exploitation of his students

The children also accused the head monk of locking them up them in a room with food and water for a prolonged period of time.

Town near Tokyo was named after Goddess Lakshmi, but there’s more that bind Hinduism and Japanese Buddhism

Japan worships a host of Hindus Gods and Goddesses although they are not always aware of their origins.

Reuters displays blatant Hinduphobia by comparing Hindu Swastika to the Nazi Hakenkreuz

There is a significant difference between the two symbols, which they have ludicrously compared and have in turn hurt the Hindu sentiments.

The Swastika in Charlottesville: the symbol needs to be reclaimed from Nazis

This article elaborates upon the Indic perspective regarding the 'Swastika Controversy' in the Western world.

On Guru Purnima: Thirty-four meanings of the word ‘Guru’

The origin and various meanings of the word 'guru' that commonly is used for 'teacher' or 'learned'.

Series | Decoding Indian Belief Systems: Does Hinduism believe in one God or 33 crore Gods?

While the texts might have meant 33 Supreme Gods (including elements of nature and the abstract aspects of the self), they have been lost in translation and many Indians since then believe that Hinduism has 33 crore Gods.

Series | Decoding Indian Belief Systems: Is this world just a dream?

The purpose of the lives of the Indian philosophers was the exploration of the eternal truth. And the eternal truth was not to be found in the world outside, but the world within.

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