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The Indic Socio-Political Thinking

Dharma Tradition is Indic[1] Nationalism Dharma tradition, one of the oldest social systems, has its own socio-political narrative. This narrative can, arguably, be identified with Indian nationalism which, in the…

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Gandhi: Quintessentially Different and Non-Digestible

My book (Being Different) brings to the foreground some fundamental differences between Indian and Western civilizations, and explores at length the spiritual, metaphysical, philosophical and historical basis for such differences.…

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The Right to Final Rites

A Jacobite (originally all Hindus forcibly converted by the Portuguese from 16th Century) Church in Kerala denied burial rights to the maternal grandmother of Priyanka Chopra, a leading Indian actress,…

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India’s Ancient and Great Maritime History

(An Excerpt from Advancements of Ancient India’s Vedic Culture, by Stephen Knapp and reposted from http://www.stephen-knapp.com/indias_ancient_and_great_maritime_history.htm)We should first take into account that ancient India, which was centered around the Indus…

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Who owns the Shastric authority?

Interviewed by Ravi JoshiBest-Seller author Rajiv Malhotra, a public intellectual on civilizations, cross-cultural encounters, religion and science, has raised concerns over the bias of western scholars in their study of…

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The Stairs

It was junior year at high school. This is the time to generally panic about the future. Standardized tests. College admissions. Ivy League hopes. Social Security. It all comes to…

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