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Controversial Indian ring auctioned at Christie’s

Controversial Indian ring auctioned at Christie’s

A ring belonging to an 18th Century Indian ruler has been sold at an auction in London amid criticism from heritage groups.The jewelled golden ring was sold for £145,000 by Christie’s auction house.It belonged to Tipu Sultan, a Muslim king, and is notable because it was inscribed with the name of a Hindu God. Tipu [...]

May 22, 2014 HHR Archives, News updates 0

Defaming the Hindu Sacred Feminine ( Part 2 )

Defaming the Hindu Sacred Feminine ( Part 2 )

Women in the forefront for India’s Freedom Struggle It is commonly held that the arrival of the British created new opportunities for women and greatly increased their rights. What is conveniently forgotten is that women in Britain did not even get the vote until 1918, and full equality in areas such as pay, housing, employment, [...]

February 21, 2013 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights 1

Sri Aurobindo : India’s Greatest Mystical Visionary

Sri Aurobindo : India’s Greatest Mystical Visionary

Sri Aurobindo was one of the greatest philosophers, revolutionary ,mystics and visionaries of modern history. He was a major leader in India's freedom movement. Later in life he became a sage and scholar. His teachings have attracted many people from all around the world. The ashram that he founded is still thriving today, and centres [...]

May 8, 2012 Rajesh Patel Archives, History 7