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Sita Ram Goel

Civilising the ‘Hindoo’ Savage : Part Two

Civilising the ‘Hindoo’ Savage : Part Two

In India's case we have William Dalrymple, a complete social misfit in his own native land, so he decided to transplant himself in the same manner which bubonic plague once ravaged Europe by hitching a free ride on fleas infesting rats. Dalrymple has suddenly become the spokesperson on what he calls Hindu 'extremism' when he [...]

October 22, 2016 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

Civilising the ‘Hindoo’ Savage : Part One

Civilising the ‘Hindoo’ Savage : Part One

In fact both Left and Right wings of the western political spectrum end up pushing the same agenda, which is rooted in western imperialism, colonialism, ideas of racial superiority, and attempts to create a utopian New Order out of the unfathomable polytheistic mess that they see around them. Its roots lie in seeing divine intervention [...]

October 11, 2016 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives, World Focus 0

The Disillusioned Hindu Returns

The Disillusioned Hindu Returns

On Sunday 7 August 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India condemned animal rights activist who have sought to protect cows from the butcher’s knife:   “I feel really angry at the way some people have opened shops in the name of cow protection. I have seen that some people commit anti-social activities through the night, [...]

April 17, 2016 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives, News updates 1

Dr David Frawley on his idea of Intellectual Kshatriya

Dr David Frawley on his idea of Intellectual Kshatriya

Also read The Importance of Kshatriya Dharma [...]

April 3, 2016 HHR Archives, HHR Videos 0

The ‘Respected’ Hinduphobic Academia Vs Rajiv Malhotra

The ‘Respected’ Hinduphobic Academia Vs Rajiv Malhotra

It was once prophesised that fascism or at least various forms of totalitarianism would sneak back by camouflaging themselves as an indefinable ‘freedom’. Now under this ‘freedom’ western academics and their willing collaborators in India’s universities, media and political chattering class were able to crush anything remotely smacking of India’s civilisational genius as reactionary Hindutva [...]

July 24, 2015 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

‘ We Are Spirits In The Monotheist World ’ : Part Two – Good Vs Evil

‘ We Are Spirits In The Monotheist World ’ : Part Two – Good Vs Evil

Good Vs Evil ? The Ramayana is said to be an epic that describes the triumph of good over evil, when Shri Rama defeats the rakshasa (demon) king Ravana and rescues his wife Sita from his clutches.But is the dichotomy between good and evil so accurate?Said to have been born with ten heads, Ravana was [...]

May 23, 2015 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives 1

koenraad Elst : How I did Not Become a Hindu

koenraad Elst : How I did Not Become a Hindu

Both Sita Ram Goel and Vamadeva Shastri (David Frawley) have written a book called How I Became a Hindu. I could never write such a book because I have deliberately made a choice not to identify myself as Hindu. In this article I will explain “why I am not a Hindu”. Leaving Christianity Before starting [...]

December 13, 2014 Dr Koenraad Elst Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

Christian Proselytism’s Defeat In Japan

Christian Proselytism’s Defeat In Japan

Although far from uniform, the composite picture of Christianity that emerges in a number of Japanese sources from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries is of a Buddhist heresy propagated by barbarians and focused around the worship of a demonic deity.28 This sect encourages loyalty to a barbarian king said to be the representative of [...]

April 24, 2014 HHR Analysis/Insights 1

Shinto in politics & its significance for Hindus

Shinto in politics & its significance for Hindus

Recently we came across this article which talks about the growing assertiveness of Shintoists in Japanese politics which is quiet significant for Hindus though our people don’t realize it and we hope to rectify that here. Roots of State Shinto The roots of what is called “state Shinto” go back to the Meiji era (1868-1912) [...]

April 19, 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