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Elections

The Great American Presidential Riddle

The Great American Presidential Riddle

The 2016 American Presidential election currently has a large number of candidates on the Republican side, and a remarkable battle between two candidates on the Democratic side. Rather than endorsing any of the candidates, I want to take a look at some of the essential political background, especially from the point of view of Sanatana [...]

January 30, 2016 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

Swami takes on a sage, devotees confused

Swami takes on a sage, devotees confused

The politically aligned Dwarka Sankaracharya’s tirade against Shirdi Sai Baba comes at a time when the ruling Congress-NCP is desperate to retain Maharashtra in the upcoming Assembly election The spectre of a looming Congress-NCP defeat in the Maharashtra Assembly election, due later this year, most likely provoked the Dwarka Sankaracharya’s vituperative attack on the Sai [...]

July 4, 2014 HHR India 0

In Newly Secular Nepal, Votes for Hinduism

In Newly Secular Nepal, Votes for Hinduism

When Nepal, a Hindu kingdom for two and a half centuries, abolished its monarchy five years ago, the country’s royalists appeared on the brink of political extinction. But as the Himalayan nation heads to elections on Tuesday, a royalist party has galvanized support around a different agenda: Hinduism. The Rastriya Prajatantra Party-Nepal, which continues to [...]

November 23, 2013 HHR Nepal 0