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A Brief Examination About Vedic Falsity

A Brief Examination About Vedic Falsity

It was after the Macaulay era that the traditional Hindu educational system was in tatters. Through this process, traditional teachings struggled, and Hinduism was guided to look to a new expert--the academic scholar. Regrettably, academia has what many in the tradition view as false constructs. [...]

January 12, 2018 Guest Author Analysis/Insights, Archives Comments Off on A Brief Examination About Vedic Falsity

Macaulay Acolytes Halting Transition of Our Heritage

Macaulay Acolytes Halting Transition of Our Heritage

In his A History of Civilisations, a classic study of the origins and evolutions of civilisations, legendary French historian Fernand Braudel (1902-1985) came up, among other things, with a simple and yet perceptive description of civilisation. “A civilisation”, he wrote, “can be approached, only in the long term, taking hold of a constantly unwinding thread—something [...]

January 17, 2016 HHR Archives, India Comments Off on Macaulay Acolytes Halting Transition of Our Heritage

The Ghar Vapsi – Reconversion Controversy

The Ghar Vapsi – Reconversion Controversy

On Christmas Day 2014, Delhi-based novelist Chandrahas Choudhury wrote in Bloomberg of a chilling vision of the future: an India that is 100 per cent Hindu. He insists that this is the long-term strategy of the RSS, the national volunteer Hindu organisation from which Prime Minister Narendra Modi had sprung. Careful to also condemn the [...]

December 27, 2014 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives Comments Off on The Ghar Vapsi – Reconversion Controversy