University of Oxford names a building after Dr Lakshman Sarup, the first student to be awarded D.Phil on Sanskrit treatise on etymology
Dr. Lakshman Sarup had completed his thesis on the study of Yaksa's Nirukta, the oldest Sanskrit treatise on etymology
Liberals selectively quote Swami Vivekananda to “secularise” the Hindu icon, but here’s how he continues to inspire a billion youth
Liberals cited a quote by Swami Vivekananda to claim that the Hindu icon had asked youth to chose football over Bhagavad Gita
“Some Mohammedans are the crudest in this respect, and the most sectarian,” Swami Vivekananda had remarked 120 years ago
‘Every man or woman who does not exactly believe it must be killed’ Swami Vivekananda had described the attack on disbelievers by Muslims
Many atheists suffer from superiority complex, here is a reality check
Despite what atheists might suggest, religion has been immensely beneficial for humanity.
Mahabharat is not only about gambling away Draupadi: An open letter to Kamal Haasan
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Kamal Haasan's comments on Mahabharat shows that he doesn't understand the complexities of the epic.
The leftists labelled me ‘Sanghi’ and why I’m fine with it
Left has used this power of labeling to avoid criticism, now it has become a farce.
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.
Series | Decoding Indian Belief Systems: Circle versus Line
The major difference between the Western and the Eastern thought is on how they view life: as a line or as a circle