Being a Hindu Intellectual Kshatriya

Being a Hindu: The history and politics of how an ancient way of life survived centuries of repression, invasion and persecution

India has seen a number of waves of invasions over the millennia. Be it the Greeks, the Scythians or the Yuezhi, invaders struck the Indian subcontinent and often got assimilated into the civilizations preceding their advent. What lived on and thrived was Dharma, which has withstood one of the most gruesome holocaust in all of history, over the millenia, to remain as one of the oldest extant spiritual and civilisation paradigms today.

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What if? Reversing the gaze on a newly appointed premier

Condescending, dismissive, lofty are a few words that come to mind from the Western media in its reference to India with a generous dose of Hindutva, Hindu Nationalism, Caste, Suppression, poverty, giving the impression that the Western governments are secular, with greater faith in science than with a jealous god. We look at the report on the appointment of a Premier of Catholic faith and elaborate with reciprocal narrative.