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Homosexuality and Hinduism: Beware of alien Christian morals

Homosexuality and Hinduism: Beware of alien Christian morals

“[Many Hindus] claim that having a liberal and enlightened attitude towards homosexuality means that we are giving in to Western influence and values. It is always intriguing when we hear uninformed people speak of homosexuality as a form of colonialism. Aren’t they aware of the apparent contradictions? Of all the institutions we have inherited from [...]

April 11, 2015 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

Go for the Hindu vote!

Go for the Hindu vote!

“The BJP, instead of trying to craft a secular face and hoping to regain the 8 per cent of the minority vote it lost in 2004, needs to consolidate its Hindu equity by 2014. Inclusive secularism is redundant. Obama won by polarising America. Narendra Modi is sure to polarise the Indian popular vote. Those who [...]

February 21, 2015 HHR Analysis/Insights 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

From Varanasi, Modi will rejuvenate India

From Varanasi, Modi will rejuvenate India

As the long-drawn parliamentary election meanders to a close, it would be churlish to deny that Mr Narendra Modi gambled well in his choice of Varanasi as the wellspring of his plans for rejuvenating India, economically and civilisationally. It is equally evident that the people of Gujarat realise he will quit Vadodara in the event [...]

May 11, 2014 HHR India 0

Why Christians and Muslims should vote for Narendra Modi – George Augustine

Why Christians and Muslims should vote for Narendra Modi – George Augustine

India, a secular democracy or a theocracy? In a secular democracy, as is professed by India, the state should not interfere in the personal beliefs of its citizens. The freedom of faith or religion is the right of an individual. So, it follows, in a truly secular state, all its citizens ought to be perceived [...]

March 25, 2014 HHR Analysis/Insights 0

Was Jesus really born?

Was Jesus really born?

“Let me tell you at the outset that Jesus is no mythological mumbo-jumbo like your Rama and Krishna, and even Buddha. On the contrary, he was a solid historical figure whose miracles were witnessed and vouchsafed by many contemporary people,” said a Jesuit missionary to Sita Ram Goel. Let us have a closer look at [...]

December 25, 2013 HHR Analysis/Insights, Articles 0

Lachit Borphukan : A great ‘unknown’ Son of Sanatan Dharma

Lachit Borphukan : A great ‘unknown’ Son of Sanatan Dharma

Lachit Borphukan : A great 'unknown' Son of Sanatan Dharma [...]

June 10, 2012 Rajesh Patel Archives, History 3

Climate Change not ‘Aryan Invasion’ wiped out Indus Civilisation: Scientists claim

Climate Change not ‘Aryan Invasion’ wiped out Indus Civilisation: Scientists claim

The Indus River in Karakoram Range near Skardu, Pakistan, remains a lifeline even in the modern day Climate change led to the collapse of the ancient Indus civilization more than 4,000 years ago, archaeologists believe. The Indus civilization was the largest – but least known – of the first great urban cultures that also included [...]

May 28, 2012 HHR Archives, News updates 0

Hindu Survival and Buddhist Disappearance During Medieval India

Hindu Survival and Buddhist Disappearance During Medieval India

No less a person than Mahatma Gandhi once estimated that nearly a quarter of Hindus had converted to Islam over the past on thousand years. How true is this statement ? [...]

March 28, 2012 HHR Archives, History 2