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Biggest takeaway from Saif Ali Khan interview on Tanhaji: He doesn’t give a damn about politics, he only cares about his career

A viral clip of Saif Ali Khan from an interview with 'Film Companion' on Tanhaji has gone viral

The Imperial Cholas, Part I: An Introduction to the longest ruling Dynasty in India

From a study of the annals of Indic studies, it is quite clear that the Imperial Cholas of south India claim the record for being the longest ruling dynasty in Indian history.

Gujarati, Jain and Sindhi communities in Bhopal ban pre-wedding photoshoot and Sangeet ceremony as these are ‘against their culture’

Digambar Jain saint Munishree Prasad Sagar Maharaj has called for ban on pre-wedding photoshoot and choreographers in Sangeet ceremony

How the BHU students were demonised and the ones who refused to be ‘secularised’ unfairly called ‘bigots’

BHU students have been protesting against the appointment of a Muslim professor in the Dharma Vigyan department.

The Mysuru Dasara: A grand celebration of traditions, heritage and glory

As the legend goes, Vijayadashami denotes the victory of good over evil and was the day when the Goddess Chamundeshwari killed the demon Mahishasura.

‘Reactionary Right’ versus the ‘Vikas Right’: The churn in the Indian Rightwing and what it represents

Despite objections from certain quarters, the narrative on the rightwing has continued to shift in favour of the Reactionary Right.

‘Culture’ as a soft power diplomacy: Transforming India’s global image

In promoting Indian cultural diplomacy, the Modi government has also revitalised its institutional mechanisms to strengthen and foster India’s cultural heritage.

Culture Ministry’s mega plan: Rs 27,000 crores for development of ASI monuments, museums, historical sites including Hampi and Rakhigarhi

The ministry is reportedly exploring technological options for 'authentic reconstruction' of archaeological sites including Indus Valley sites such as Dholavira and Rakhigarhi.

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.

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