Saturday 10th December 2016,
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‘They beat him up and threw away his sacred thread’: Six held for attacks on Brahmins in Chennai

‘They beat him up and threw away his sacred thread’: Six held for attacks on Brahmins in Chennai

At least three incidents of attacks on elderly Brahmins which involved the forcible removal of their poonal (sacred thread) have been reported in Chennai in the last two days. After an attack on a Mylapore priest on Monday, two other attacks were reported in Triplicane and T Nagar. “They beat him up and threw away [...]

April 22, 2015 HHR Archives, India 0

Vedic Rishis: The ancestors of all Indians

Vedic Rishis: The ancestors of all Indians

“Is it not time that Indians wake up to the treasure hidden in their scriptures which are much older than what western scholars estimated? Those scholars were influenced by the Christian belief that the world was created only some 6000 years back. The Rishis had always thought big and their estimate of the age of [...]

June 8, 2014 HHR Analysis/Insights 0

Back to the Basics: Understanding Jati, Varna, Gotra and Kula

Back to the Basics: Understanding Jati, Varna, Gotra and Kula

Speak to any intellectual on the world wide web or real life as to what the solution is for the problems that Hindus are facing today, you are more likely than not to compulsorily hear that the “caste system” is the biggest problem that Hindus have.  This a standard ripped off reply that your standard [...]

May 9, 2014 HHR Archives, Spirituality/Culture 0

The West’s Grooming of Radical Islam : Part 2

The West’s Grooming of Radical Islam : Part 2

The creation of Pakistan was to have devastating long-term consequences for world security. But the first people to suffer would be the Bengali-speaking majority in that state. In this the very western democracies who had fought Nazism and conducted the Nuremberg Trials would not just be complicit in the ensuing genocide but actively support it. [...]

May 2, 2014 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights 2

The West’s Grooming of Radical Islam : Part 1

The West’s Grooming of Radical Islam : Part 1

When the Indian elections  were looming back in 2014 the western media was full of hysteria and paranoia reminiscent out of some science fiction novel depicting a dystopian future where human civilisation has all but collapsed. Led by the anti-Hindu rag known as the Guardian, we were repeatedly fed a constant feed of dire warnings [...]

April 16, 2014 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives 2

Caste Politics in UK and India

Caste Politics in UK and India

Britain has recently begun the process of outlawing discrimination based on caste. This follows intense pressure from various pressure groups, notably Castewatch, Dalit Solidarity Network, Dalit Freedom Network and Anti-Caste Discrimination Alliance. Now while these groups cannot control their larynx’s when invited onto Brit Asia TV when it comes to dialogue with the very Hindus [...]

January 22, 2014 HHR HHR Videos 0

European Race Theory and Conversion of Jatis into Castes

European Race Theory and Conversion of Jatis into Castes

Rajiv Malhotra on European race theory and conversion of Jatis into Castes More : Historical Christian Contributions to Tamil Language and Culture Language Wars : Aryan vs Dravidian   [...]

November 17, 2013 HHR HHR Videos 0

From Caste to Casteism

From Caste to Casteism

Today casteism is rampant. It is a new phenomenon. Old India had castes but not casteism. In its present form, casteism is a construct of colonial period, a product of imperial policies and colonial scholarship. It was strengthened by the breast-beating of our own “reformers”. Today, it has acquired its own momentum and vested interests. [...]

September 26, 2013 HHR Analysis/Insights 0

The UnHindu Spirit of Caste Rigidity

The UnHindu Spirit of Caste Rigidity

 Over a century ago, the great sage Sri Aurobindo wrote an article called “The UnHindu Spirit of Caste Rigidity” (available here). His ideas for striking at the very root of the caste problem are valid even today, and need to be taken up with more urgency that in the past. To secure its future, Hindu [...]

September 23, 2013 Rajesh Patel Analysis/Insights, India 0

The Druids : Brahmins of Ancient Europe

The Druids : Brahmins of Ancient Europe

The Celtic people spread from their homeland in what is now Germany across Europe in the first millennium bce. Iron tools and weapons rendered them superior to their neighbors. They were also skilled farmers, road builders, traders and inventors of a fast two-wheeled chariot. They declined in the face of Roman, Germanic and Slavic ascendency [...]

May 29, 2013 HHR Indigenous/Pagan Voice 2