Rajiv Malhotra in this recent news clip once again claims he coined the term Hinduphobia when it’s well known it was already in use in the UK media even far back as the 1860s. Did he time travel in a DeLorean like in the movie Back To The Future and promoted the term to the [...]
If Rajiv Malhotra the Intellectual Kshatriya General in Chief needs police protection and escort as he escapes full speed in his ChaiPakoraMobile to safety out of his own book and talk event when threatened by 5-6 drunk toothless paan addicts shouting ‘ murdaabaad and give back my dentures! . Then what does this say about [...]
While David Frawley ( Vamadev Shastri) asks, "why is the western media so anti-Hindu and doesn't allow the Hindu side of the story?" Rajiv Malhotra with a thundering reply says 'read my books for the answers'.
But the fact is, one doesn't have to read any book or a million books when the answer is so [...]
Hinduphobia is a modern term for a far more ancient practice. Hindu Human Rights have traced historical roots in their articles for religious persecution of Hindus since Islamic and British colonialisms.
The experiences of Hindus may have other terms to describe them. This list is an evolving document, set up to clarify the historical context for [...]
As part of his latest book launch of ‘The Battle of Sanskrit’ author Rajiv Malhotra gives a thought provoking talk at the Samskrita Bharati, Bangalore relating to various subjects in the book and much more…In English and Hindi [...]
January 19, 2016
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My take on this issue – as I have explained in several talks: Such a large-scale and irreversible gamble by any organization/institution would be rash, unless first analyzed carefully. This analysis includes developing all likely scenarios and assigning probabilities for likely outcomes. No corporate entity rushes into such an extreme position based on emotions or [...]
Among the many attacks on Hindus and Hinduism comes a whole movement to dissect away many Hindu practices like Yoga and now Tantra as ‘non’ Hindu . Dr Koenraad Elst debates with Dr Christopher Wallis on this dissection in the following interactions ‘ HHR editor > In the Indian media, I once saw a beginning [...]
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 [...]
Now that everybody had had his say on the “Rajiv Malhotra plagiarism affair”, we can better discern the larger context that explains the different forces at work here. Plagiarism The trigger was the discovery that seven passages in Malhotra’s work, mainly in his book Indra’s Net, had been lifted verbatim from unacknowledged work by others, [...]