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Turning Temples into Courts: Judges should not dictate religious practices

Turning Temples into Courts: Judges should not dictate religious practices

“Judges should not dictate religious practises. Political activists should not be allowed to use temples for political agitation.” – Dr David Frawley Visiting Hindu temples is an amazing experience, an inner journey through history, culture and cosmic dimensions. Each temple is profoundly unique with its own identity. Such temples represent one of the most important [...]

April 23, 2016 HHR Archives, India 0

Bollywood’s Intolerance Rants

Bollywood’s Intolerance Rants

I want to know as a responsible citizen, from Aamir Khan and Shahrukh Khan as well, why did they make such irresponsible statements and spoil the image of the 13 crores of Muslims in India? – Dr Sofiya Rangwala  Amidst a fake atmosphere of intolerance being created in India, in the last one month, I owe [...]

November 29, 2015 HHR Archives, India 0

Hypocrisy of the Indian Left: Anti-Hindu and anti-‘fascist’-Modi

Hypocrisy of the Indian Left: Anti-Hindu and anti-‘fascist’-Modi

“The anti-Hindu Left retains a strong place in journalism and academia, which became entrenched during the long period of the Congress rule. We must remember that India’s Left holds positions far to the left of mainstream liberal political parties in the West, and uses the rhetoric of the communist era. The Left is upset that [...]

October 18, 2015 Vamadev Shastri Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

Marriage in the Bible: Captive virgins, polygamy and sex slaves

Marriage in the Bible: Captive virgins, polygamy and sex slaves

“The God of the Bible explicitly endorses polygamy and sexual slavery and coerced marriage of young virgins along with monogamy. In fact, he endorses all three to the point of providing detailed regulations. Based on stories of sex and marriage that God rewards and appears to approve one might add incest to the mix of [...]

July 8, 2015 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

The West’s simplistic views of Hinduism exposed – Sandhya Jain

The West’s simplistic views of Hinduism exposed – Sandhya Jain

“Prof Vamsee Juluri faces Hinduism’s critics frontally, be it the categorisation of Amarnath as a “penis-shaped lump of ice”, pornographic depictions of Ganesh, or Wendy Doniger’s flawed writings that put the Vedic people at par with the white settlers who destroyed the Native Americans and Hitler’s Nazis. While anti-Hindu writings of the colonial era can [...]

May 26, 2015 HHR Analysis/Insights 0

Christians are not under attack in India

Christians are not under attack in India

“What is more of a hate crime: when a stone is thrown at a church by a drunkard or when respected clergy declare without any proof that Hindus are damned to eternal hell-fire if they don’t become a member of the Church, and when they brainwash Christian children to believe this? Will TV anchors be [...]

April 1, 2015 HHR World Focus 0

Truth must be upheld, Mr Ribeiro

Truth must be upheld, Mr Ribeiro

“I am 78 and thought it is time to speak out. The ordinary people like me are happy and content. We feel no persecution or discrimination and are not on the hit list. Even if we are, truth cannot be hidden. In fact it was the Church which had crucified TRUTH and continues to do [...]

March 21, 2015 HHR Analysis/Insights, India 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

Re-conversion to Hinduism was approved by Acharyas in Udupi in 1964-65

Re-conversion to Hinduism was approved by Acharyas in Udupi in 1964-65

“In 1964-65, all shankaracharyas, mahants and saints of the religion met in Udupi in Karnataka and decided to allow re-conversion. This was the first public declaration made by the leaders of the Hindu society. Before that there was almost a social ban on conversion in the Hindu community.” – M. G. Vaidya In a surprising revelation, [...]

January 17, 2015 HHR Analysis/Insights, India 0

Interview with Tapan Ghosh founder and head of Hindu Samhati

Interview with Tapan Ghosh founder and head of Hindu Samhati

Tapan Ghosh is the founder and head of Hindu Samhati, West Bengal. He has been a tireless activist fighting for Hindus and Hindu causes in the state at immense personal risk. How did the idea of founding an organization like Hindu Samhati strike you? Well, it was the farthest thing from my future plan, when [...]

July 2, 2014 HHR Archives, India 3