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Francois Gautier

The ‘Respected’ Hinduphobic Academia Vs Rajiv Malhotra

The ‘Respected’ Hinduphobic Academia Vs Rajiv Malhotra

It was once prophesised that fascism or at least various forms of totalitarianism would sneak back by camouflaging themselves as an indefinable ‘freedom’. Now under this ‘freedom’ western academics and their willing collaborators in India’s universities, media and political chattering class were able to crush anything remotely smacking of India’s civilisational genius as reactionary Hindutva [...]

July 24, 2015 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

Why Cricket Needs To Go Down

Why Cricket Needs To Go Down

I know cricket is a passion in India, even amongst many of my fans. But not only has the  IPL scandal ( 2013 )shown that there is something rotten in cricket, but unless cricket goes down, other sports in India will never come-up. Here is a game which is a colonial legacy of the British. [...]

February 15, 2015 HHR Analysis/Insights, India 0

Who cares for the Pandits? Written 10 years back

Who cares for the Pandits? Written 10 years back

HHR had met Francois Gautier  in London 10 years ago at an exhibition on the plight of Kashmiri Hindus .He soon wrote this .What has changed since ? Forget the Indian Government but what has the wider Hindu Community done since this article was written 10 years ago July 30, 2004 FACT, the Foundation Against [...]

April 30, 2014 HHR India 0

A French Journalist’s letter to LK.Advani

A French Journalist’s letter to LK.Advani

Dear Mr Advani When I started reporting in India in the early eighties, I had the same ideas as most western journalists : secularism, as practiced by Jawarlahal Nehru, was the best policy for India, given its caste and religion differences; Islam was a peaceful religion; and there were also Hindu fanatics. But, dear Mr [...]

June 14, 2013 HHR Analysis/Insights 0

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