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Remembering the 7th Nov 1966 Gopastami Hindu Massacre in Delhi

Remembering the 7th Nov 1966 Gopastami Hindu Massacre in Delhi

Remembering the massive Hindu Killing by Smt. Indira Gandhi in a day of Gopastami 50 years ago in Delhi. While a report says 375, a participant says 5000 Hindus were brutally killed by bullet spray by Delhi police and buried in unknown places. In 1966, Hindu organizations agitated to demand a ban on [...]

November 7, 2016 HHR Archives, History, India, World Focus 0

Mad cow: Denial no way to treat disease

Mad cow: Denial no way to treat disease

For years we have pretended that mad cow disease does not exist in India. People who have a brain deterioration, loss of memory and motor functions are diagnosed as senile or victims of Alzheimer’s disease. SOMEONE we know very well in Dehradun, a rich Jain businessman, has been diagnosed with mad cow disease. He has [...]

October 4, 2015 HHR History 0

This Irishman Has Spent The Last Month Cleaning A Heritage Lake The Government Doesn’t Care About

This Irishman Has Spent The Last Month Cleaning A Heritage Lake The Government Doesn’t Care About

Gulab Sagar Lake is located about 6 kms from Jodhpur city center near Sardar Market in the old city area. Measuring 150 x 90 m in size, Gulab Sagar Lake is actually a water storage constructed in 1788 by Gulab Rai, the mistress of Maharaja Vijay Singh. The area used to be occupied by another [...]

April 2, 2015 HHR Archives, History 0

Swami Vivekananda’s talk on Shivaji

Swami Vivekananda’s talk on Shivaji

An Evening talk on Shivaji It was a beautiful moonlit night and Swamiji was sitting in the verandah of the bungalow of the late Mr. Bhattacharjee on the South Beach of Madras (already referred to), conversing in Hindi with Mr. Munshi Jagamohanlal, the private secretary of the Maharajah of Khetri. This gentleman had been sent [...]

October 25, 2012 HHR Archives, History 0

Hindu Fearlessness through the Ages

Hindu Fearlessness through the Ages

One hears it all too often: ‘Hindus are cowards, they only deserve what they are suffering.’ Mahatma Gandhi said it clearly enough: ‘The Muslim is a bully, the Hindu a coward.’ But Hindus are by no means cowards. Hindus as such have their problems, but lack of bravery is not one of them. Look at [...]

October 23, 2012 Dr Koenraad Elst Analysis/Insights, History 11

Hindus of Vietnam

Hindus of Vietnam

The Champa civilization was located in the more southern part of what is today Central Vietnam, and was a highly Indianized Hindu Kingdom, practicing a form of Shaivite Hinduism brought by sea from India. Mỹ Sơn, a Hindu temple complex built by the Champa is still standing in Quang Nam province, in Vietnam. The Champa [...]

October 19, 2012 HHR History, Thailand/Vietnam/Laos 2

Jijabai: Eternal Mother Symbol of Faith and Courage

Jijabai: Eternal Mother Symbol of Faith and Courage

The loving care of Jijabai made Shivaji a great warrior. ~Sri Sathya Sai Baba   Jijabai was the mother of Shivaji, one of the most famous and successful Hindu Warrior Kings of all time. The life story of Jijabai, is no less inspiring than that of her prodigal son, and takes a proud place in [...]

October 2, 2012 Rajesh Patel History 0

The Bhils: The Most Famous Hindu Tribal Warriors

The Bhils: The Most Famous Hindu Tribal Warriors

To anybody familiar with Hindu lore, the Bhils need no introduction. These forest folk have dwelt in the forests of central, northern and western India for thousands of years. They are mentioned in the Ramayana and Mahabharata. In the Ramayana, a Bhil king acted as boatsman to Rama in the early part of his exile [...]

October 1, 2012 Rajesh Patel History 0

Remembering Arumuga Navalar : The Great Defender Of Hinduism

Remembering Arumuga Navalar : The Great Defender Of Hinduism

If we think about why we are still Hindus today, enjoying an unbroken connection and continuity with our ancient past – it is because of great people like this who stopped us from suffering wholesale deculturalisation and loss of spiritual traditions during the colonial era, on the same catastrophic scale as the natives of the [...]

September 25, 2012 HHR History, Sri Lanka 0

Chandra Shekhar Azad : The Immortal Revolutionary

Chandra Shekhar Azad : The Immortal Revolutionary

As India celebrates another Independence Day or some may argue what Independence as India seems to be under the control of a corrupt dynastic political party continuing the divide and rule tactics of the ex colonial power. We look back at one of India's greatest freedom fighters, Chandra Shekhar Azad, a devout Hanuman devotee, a [...]

August 14, 2012 HHR History 2