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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