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A Brief Examination About Vedic Falsity

A Brief Examination About Vedic Falsity

It was after the Macaulay era that the traditional Hindu educational system was in tatters. Through this process, traditional teachings struggled, and Hinduism was guided to look to a new expert--the academic scholar. Regrettably, academia has what many in the tradition view as false constructs. [...]

January 12, 2018 Guest Author Analysis/Insights, Archives Comments Off on A Brief Examination About Vedic Falsity

Star Wars : The Yoga of Yoda by Dr. Jeffery D. Long

Star Wars : The Yoga of Yoda by Dr. Jeffery D. Long

As Hindu spiritual and philosophical concepts reinvent themselves in Western pop culture Dr. Jeffery D. Long gives a insight of this influence in the iconic Star Wars Saga with his talk “The Yoga of Yoda” [...]

December 25, 2017 Guest Author Archives, HHR Videos Comments Off on Star Wars : The Yoga of Yoda by Dr. Jeffery D. Long

The Hindu Concept of Time – Part 2

The Hindu Concept of Time – Part 2

The foundational texts of Vedanta and MahAyAna, ask the practitioner to examine the nature of the arrow of time, and recognize how consciousness or ‘such-ness empty of all identifications’ underlies the changing tenses as a sort of ‘eternal present’. Past and Future, are thought to be sets of choices and possibilities respectively, and [...]

October 13, 2017 Guest Author Analysis/Insights, Spirituality/Culture Comments Off on The Hindu Concept of Time – Part 2

The Hindu Concept of Time : Part One

The Hindu Concept of Time : Part One

In general, the Eastern understanding of time is very subtle, and perhaps is only matched by some of the most recent theories of modern science. That time is relative, is well recognized, and the fact that the scale of time need not be the same everywhere is acknowledged. The time of the Gods for example, [...]

September 7, 2017 Guest Author Analysis/Insights, Archives, Hinduism and the World of Science, Spirituality/Culture Comments Off on The Hindu Concept of Time : Part One

Is the Bhagavad Gita a War Manual?

Is the Bhagavad Gita a War Manual?

In recent times such a criticism has often been made of the Bhagavad Gita, that it contains material that exhorts or exalts war, and worse, that it is a type of ‘war manual’ in the mode of the Chinese ‘Art of War’. But such a view can come only by a cursory reading, without reference to [...]

July 18, 2017 Guest Author Analysis/Insights, Archives, Spirituality/Culture Comments Off on Is the Bhagavad Gita a War Manual?

My son was lynched by his Muslim friends: Mother of 14-year-old cries for justice

My son was lynched by his Muslim friends: Mother of 14-year-old cries for justice

A mysterious case of the murder of a 14-year-old boy has surfaced in the national Capital, with his mother alleging that he was held hostage and lynched by some Muslim friends. The victim, identified as Yogesh Kumar, was found dead under mysterious circumstances near New Delhi Railway Station last month. [...]

July 16, 2017 Guest Author Archives, Articles, India, News updates Comments Off on My son was lynched by his Muslim friends: Mother of 14-year-old cries for justice

New York Times MUST Apologise To The Hindu Community

New York Times MUST Apologise To The Hindu Community

Recently innocent, unarmed Hindu pilgrims to the holy Amarnath cave were attacked by militants and killed mercilessly. Instead of saying a word of denouncement of that dastardly act and offering condolences to the families of those killed NYT is playing dirty games. [...]

July 14, 2017 Guest Author Analysis/Insights, Archives, News updates Comments Off on New York Times MUST Apologise To The Hindu Community

On the Bhagavad Gita

On the Bhagavad Gita

Reams have been written on this enigmatic work, one of Hinduism’s core sacred texts and perhaps the greatest contribution to world literature on human spirituality. Often though the Gita ( more properly, the Bhagavad Gita, to distinguish it from other similarly named works such as the Vyadha Gita, Rama Gita, Devi Gita, Ganesha Gita etc, [...]

July 2, 2017 Guest Author Spirituality/Culture Comments Off on On the Bhagavad Gita

Modi: The Unlikely Saviour of Liberal Narrative

Modi: The Unlikely Saviour of Liberal Narrative

#NotInMyName campaign, launched by Indian media and intelligentsia to protest against the alleged attacks on Muslims, has finally been validated by PM Modi in his speech during the celebration of 150th birth anniversary of Shrimad Rajchandraji, who was guru to Mahatama Gandhi. Modi condemned the violence perpetrated by Hindus on the name of cow protection, [...]

June 29, 2017 Guest Author Analysis/Insights, Archives, India Comments Off on Modi: The Unlikely Saviour of Liberal Narrative

Greek Paganism legally recognized as ‘known religion’ in Greece

Greek Paganism legally recognized as ‘known religion’ in Greece

The recognition of the Greek religion came after it was rejected in 2015. According to the YSEE, the rejection demonstrated that the Greek government, “…has yet to get rid of its byzantine and medieval whims and […] unable to respect with dignity its own laws.” [...]

April 18, 2017 Guest Author Archives, Indigenous/Pagan Voice Comments Off on Greek Paganism legally recognized as ‘known religion’ in Greece