Thursday 08th December 2016,
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Assault on India : The Partitioning of Hinduism

Assault on India : The Partitioning of Hinduism

The once expansive Bharata (India) is shrinking.  What was once a great cultural land mass extending possibly from near ancient Persia eastward to Southeast Asia and possibly as far south as various South Pacific islands is literally becoming smaller as a geographic land with the emergence of or partitioning of India exemplified through the creation [...]

March 29, 2016 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

The New Masks Of Colonialism : India’s Final Conflict

The New Masks Of Colonialism : India’s Final Conflict

Western colonialism did not die after the end of World War II when the West gave up its colonies. It merely changed to a more subtle form, which may prove more harmful to non-Western cultures in the long run.The expansion of Western culture has continued at an accelerated rate along with the denigration and decline [...]

February 19, 2016 Vamadev Shastri Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

Idea of India, Unity and National Integration

Idea of India, Unity and National Integration

One of the biggest ill-effects of the post-colonial ‘Idea of India’ is the confusion it created in the Indian mind about the country, its culture, its nation and state. While clarity exists in the minds of learned men who studied Indian/Hindu culture, many simply lack it. The idea of this write-up is not to analyze [...]

November 20, 2013 HHR Analysis/Insights 4

India : Made in Britain or Bharata ?

India : Made in Britain or Bharata ?

One not uncommonly comes across the opinion today that India was never really a nation but that its nationhood was only recently invented by the British through their definition of the region as part of their empire. Similarly we are told that Hinduism was up to recently not a religion at all but merely various [...]

October 15, 2013 Vamadev Shastri Analysis/Insights, India 0