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The Guilt of the “eminent historians”

The Guilt of the “eminent historians”

Last week a few marginal media reported that archaeologist KK Muhammad had a startling revelation on the responsibility for the Ayodhya controversy and all its concomitant bloodshed.   Young people may not know what the affair, around 1990, was all about. Briefly, Hindus had wanted to build proper temple architecture on one of their sacred sites, [...]

January 26, 2016 Dr Koenraad Elst Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

The Nazification of the Hindu Aum

The Nazification of the Hindu Aum

The Nazification of the Holy Aum, the Hindu Symbol of universal harmony and an assault on the spirit of Diwali. It is with sadness that we write regarding an act of great harm and religious violence, the depiction of the Hindu and Sikh sacred image, the Aum/Aumkar syllable, in a manner associating it with the [...]

November 13, 2015 HHR Archives, World Focus 0

Anti-Hindu and Red All Over

Anti-Hindu and Red All Over

If India ’s academia is dominated by Stalinist professors with their inflexible Marxist dogma, how does this reflect upon how people outside the country view Hinduism? In India secularism is a strange beast which constantly warns of the threats which Hindu fundamentalism and fascism pose to the very fabric of democracy yet having the gall [...]

October 3, 2013 HHR Analysis/Insights 2

The 8 points Indian communists dont want you to remember

The 8 points Indian communists dont want you to remember

The regimes that followed the Emergency (1975-77) did nothing to free the establishment from the stranglehold of the communist mafia. Members of the mafia have continued to occupy seats in the nation’s parliament and state legislatures, and man many other prestigious institutions. It retains control of two strategic states* on the borders with Bangladesh. In [...]

September 22, 2013 HHR Analysis/Insights 0

Hinduism is the Target, not Caste Discrimination

Hinduism is the Target, not Caste Discrimination

An amendment to the Equality Act 2010 has banned discrimination based on caste. What will be the effect of this? The starry-eyed idealists who backed the legislation purport that it will give protection to Asians in Britain who have hitherto been denied the safety net of basic dignity. These anti-caste groups are equivocal that Hindu [...]

April 27, 2013 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives, Articles, News updates 2

Attacks on Hindus play out in the theater of the absurd

Attacks on Hindus play out in the theater of the absurd

The manner in which the students at the Wharton School were forced to drop the Indian politician Narendra Modi from their event after some faculty members used factual inaccuracies to demonize the speaker has a surreal parallel in the world of literature. In “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,” the following exchange takes place in the court [...]

March 16, 2013 HHR News updates 0

The Rape of Our Epics

The Rape of Our Epics

The following 4 part series of articles with a final conclusion article by Sandeep from The Rediscovery of India blog exposes the distortions and misinformation being spread by the Indian hindu hating collective. Please read and be armed with knowledge when facing such garbage which is being promoted in mainstream Indian media and academia presently. [...]

January 27, 2013 HHR Analysis/Insights 0