Friday 09th December 2016,
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Don’t give a single inch

Don’t give a single inch

I beg you, all my Hindu Readers, don’t let this happen to your traditions. Your religious practices are gifts the Gods have given you. They are an ancestral inheritance passed down from generation to generation. Do whatever you must to preserve them. Every temple is precious. Every puja holy and sacred. The Gods deserve the [...]

September 27, 2016 Guest Author Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

How To Spell Success: New Ways Forward For Hindu American Children

How To Spell Success: New Ways Forward For Hindu American Children

For several consecutive years, a Hindu American contestant of Indian origin has won the National Spelling Bee in the United States. Preparing for the National Spelling Bee is undoubtedly no small task with contestants studying for many hours a day over several years in order to have a realistic chance at winning. It is no [...]

March 4, 2016 Guest Author Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

Video : Modi in Ireland: Irish Kids sing Sanskrit Shlokas, PM mocks Indian ‘Secularists’

Video : Modi in Ireland: Irish Kids sing Sanskrit Shlokas, PM mocks Indian ‘Secularists’

Modi’ recent visit in Ireland: Prime Minister Narendra Modi who arrived on historic visit to Ireland on Wednesday got a warm welcome from Irish kids. Students of John Scottus School in Dublin chanted Sanskrit Shlokas to welcome visiting Indian prime minister. Modi appreciated the song sung in Sanskrit by Irish kids. “Amazed to hear Sanskrit [...]

September 24, 2015 HHR HHR Videos, World Focus 0

HHR Video : Christian Pastor asking for funds to end Ganga Aarti and convert India to Jesus

HHR Video : Christian Pastor asking for funds to end Ganga Aarti and convert India to Jesus

Pastor Austin Gardner at a Ganga Aarti calling the Ganga ‘ a river of death’ then requesting money to convert India to Christianity   [...]

June 14, 2015 HHR HHR Videos 0

HHR Video : Thalamalai – Vishnu Temple High Up in the Mountains

HHR Video : Thalamalai – Vishnu Temple High Up in the Mountains

Thalamalai is a hilly area, Located 75 Km away from Trichy and on the way of Trichy to Namakkal Highway. Thalamalai is a part of Eastern Ghats. This hill gets its name because it resembles the head of a person (in tamil head means Thala). It is believed that this is the face of lord [...]

March 29, 2015 HHR HHR Videos, World Focus 0

Indian national arrested for blasphemous Facebook post

Indian national arrested for blasphemous Facebook post

The arrest of an Indian national in Jeddah, for allegedly posting a blasphemous image of the Kaaba on his Facebook page, has seen experts warn that such content violates the country’s cyber laws and can mean jail time and heavy fines. Indian Consul General B.S. Mubarak confirmed that the Indian national has been jailed for [...]

March 5, 2015 HHR World Focus 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

Video : Father Christmas an Indian ?

Video : Father Christmas an Indian  ?

Father Christmas an Indian ? [...]

December 25, 2014 HHR Archives, HHR Videos 0

India’s English obsession must end

India’s English obsession must end

India is like Europe. The European Union has 24 official languages. All 24 are used for outbound communication. All laws are released in 24 languages. Each state has engineering, medicine, business in their own language. India’s languages serve a larger number of people than many European states. There is no reason why we cannot adopt [...]

June 26, 2014 HHR Archives, India 0

India does not satisfy a minimum definition of a secular state

India does not satisfy a minimum definition of a secular state

On 27 August 2013, the Jesuit think-tank UCSIA inside Antwerp University (Universitair Centrum Sint-Ignatius Antwerpen) hosted, as part of its series on “Religion, Culture and Society”, a lecture by the sociologist of religion, José Casanova of Georgetown University. He spoke with a heavy Spanish accent about “Types of Secular States and Regimes of Religious Pluralism: [...]

September 6, 2013 Dr Koenraad Elst Analysis/Insights 1