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The reality of this millennium is the role played by media and its amplified presence across its various channels.The true nature of anything has become questionable. The massive amounts of resources

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Focus on dharmic “drishti”. Writers should have internalised at least the following concepts -- Dharma, Hinduphobia, Breaking India, Ideological Lens, Drishti, Digestion, Digestion, The idea of

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Videshi scholarship mangles Ayurveda once more .. Disease Models are misinterpreted, mauled and misrepresented

Dr Priyanka Shandilya Editorial Note: This article is part of a Series on the purvapaksha of Western interpretations of Āyurveda. The claims and arguments made in the work “Models of Disease” , pre-print paper by Dominik Wujastyk are examined with the traditional drishti. Some of the important and essential “tools” of videshi scholarship, are “misinterpreting epistemology , mixing of vocabularies …

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A Purvapaksha of Democracy : Demonic Rule

A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada Editorial Note: HH Srila Prabhupada discusses the nature of Democracy in Kaliyuga. With references from the Srimad Bhagavatam , it is amply made clear , the true nature of this imported “western” model of society. So Kuntī is the aunt, of Kṛṣṇa. Vasudeva’s sister, Kuntī. So when Kṛṣṇa was going …

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American Exceptionalism and the Myth of the Frontiers – 13: Notes and Bibliography

Notes 1. John Winthrop made his famous sermon, “A Model of Christian Charity,” while on a ship to America in which he said the famous line, “wee must consider that wee shall be as a Citty upon a Hill . . .” 2. This trend started much earlier. Colony officials and opinion makers portrayed the …

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American Exceptionalism and the Myth of the Frontiers – 12: Evolution of Myth

The Table summarizes how the Myth evolved in each stage of American history. It shows how the “us” was defined and evolved over time— from Puritans to Englishmen to Christians to White, and so forth. The Frontier was both a geographical location in any given period and also a set of alien cultures to combat, …

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American Exceptionalism and the Myth of the Frontiers – 11: Atrocity Literature as a Genre

In each instance ( encounters with the Internal Frontier as well as External Frontier) there was extensive literature developed and disseminated about the atrocities committed by the “savage” cultures. More generally, the literature showed them to have frontier-like attributes of chaos, lack of morality, lack of aesthetics, and certainly the lack of rationality that was …

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Publishing for Posterity : The way of the Sanatani

Mayura Rao Humans are social beings who lived in groups from prehistoric times hence interaction was integral to keep the group intact. As the groups grew bigger into clans, communities, villages, towns, and states – so did the need for establishing continuous communication channels for transmission of accumulated experiences, traditions, and beliefs from one generation …

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