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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?

A Legal Ruling in India Leaves Sacred Rivers Vulnerable to Pollution

A Legal Ruling in India Leaves Sacred Rivers Vulnerable to Pollution

After recent legal action gave two sacred rivers in India the rights of "legal persons," the ruling was overturned, taking those rights away. This leaves the Ganges and Yamuna rivers vulnerable to pollution. [...]

July 18, 2017 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives, India, News updates Comments Off on A Legal Ruling in India Leaves Sacred Rivers Vulnerable to Pollution

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

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

How the West Groomed Radical Islam Part 6 : The British and Islamist Romance

How the West Groomed Radical Islam Part 6 : The British and Islamist Romance

The benefactors of the terrorists have become its new targets. Britain claims to be fighting a war against terrorism by groups that claim their basis is Islam. Yet for centuries going back to the British Raj it has actually allied, funded and acted as apologists for the very same outfits and ideas especially against Hindus [...]

April 24, 2017 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives, World Focus Comments Off on How the West Groomed Radical Islam Part 6 : The British and Islamist Romance

How a Pagan celebrates St Patrick’s Day

How a Pagan celebrates St Patrick’s Day

St Patrick’s Day honours the patron saint of Ireland, St Patrick, who was instrumental in transitioning Ireland away from Paganism towards Christianity. You’ve probably heard the legend of St Patrick delivering a sermon so powerful it chased the snakes out of Ireland. That story is believed by many to be a metaphor representing St. Pat chasing the [...]

March 17, 2017 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives, Indigenous/Pagan Voice Comments Off on How a Pagan celebrates St Patrick’s Day

Civilising the Hindoo Savage : Part 3

Civilising the Hindoo Savage : Part 3

The Left uses colonial constructs in its seeming 'progressive' and liberationist view of humanity. Therefore Hinduism is evil because of caste system, superstition, and India's poverty. The Right it must be remembered has been the traditional haunt of those who espouse racism, xenophobia, imperial glories, values of Little England, the sanctity of the British Empire, [...]

March 12, 2017 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives, News updates Comments Off on Civilising the Hindoo Savage : Part 3

Hinduism Under Assault: Appropriation and a New Model for Conversion.

Hinduism Under Assault: Appropriation and a New Model for Conversion.

The growing phenomena of Christian yoga is not only cultural appropriation, it reveals more serious considerations for Hinduism and Sanatana Dharma. While it is certainly true that Christians can practice yoga, I am not aware of any Christian theology regarding yoga. Yoga, as a word or practice, has no etymology in the [...]

January 15, 2017 Guest Author Analysis/Insights, Archives, The Yoga Snatchers Comments Off on Hinduism Under Assault: Appropriation and a New Model for Conversion.

How Is Number 13 Lucky in Hinduism ?

How Is Number 13 Lucky in Hinduism ?

It's Friday, the 13th today. The most dreaded day and number. Around the world there are umpteen stories, myths and superstitions are prevalent surrounding the number 13. It is considered to be extremely unlucky in most of the cultures. But that is the Western way of looking at it. Do you know how the Eastern [...]

January 13, 2017 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives Comments Off on How Is Number 13 Lucky in Hinduism ?

How the Patriarchy Stole Friday the 13th from Women and Made It Evil

How the Patriarchy Stole Friday the 13th from Women and Made It Evil

“Before patriarchal times, Friday the 13th was considered the day of the Goddess. It was considered a day to worship the Divine Feminine that lives in us all and to honor the cycles of creation and death and rebirth.” But before Christianity came along, Friday the 13th was "a very powerful day for feminine energy and [...]

January 13, 2017 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives, Indigenous/Pagan Voice Comments Off on How the Patriarchy Stole Friday the 13th from Women and Made It Evil