How and why I went from ‘Beef eating is a culinary preference’ to ‘those who eat beef are not my people’
Any person growing up in a traditional Hindu family is well aware of the significance of the cow and the taboo against eating beef.
Arnab Goswami has been at the forefront of the campaign against the drag racket in Bollywood and has not pulled any punches.
In the ongoing discussion about state entrenchment in Hindu Temples, we come face to face with the question of what the alternative system would be
From Java, Philippines, Bali, Cambodia, Borneo to Burma: Understanding Ganesha from an iconographical perspective
Ganesha, also popularly referred to as Vighnesvara, is the god who presides over obstacles, by both placing them in the way and also removing them
Indians, how they get ‘secularism’ so horribly wrong and how the atmosphere changed after Islam and Christianity entered India
Indians are generally highly intelligent. Yet when it comes to secularism, most intellectuals, media and politicians get the concept wrong, so wrong that it looks as if Indians were purposely fed wrong information.
After a decade long historical, political and legal dispute and with a Supreme Court intervention brought to closure in the matter of construction of Ram Mandir and, finally, Lord Rama shall get its abode to live
Sanatan Dharma has been a coming together of Diversification and paths to the Truth, with various sects and traditions over the millennia
Nindāstuti is a form of Shleshakavya - a poetic composition that is laden with double-entendres and is looked upon as a form of Dvesha-bhakti
It is important to understand why only Hinduism mentions the universe.