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Study of social stratification and hierarchies across the world

Social stratification is age old as well as global. In fact, studies show that social stratification existed in Europe as early as the Bronze...

Should we go the China way and regulate minors’ access to the online world?

Even without mental-health experts or doctors telling us, we know that excessive time spent online, engaging in video gaming and other online pastimes is...

Is ‘Caste’ different from social stratification? Does data support the ‘caste violence’ narrative?

Is caste different from Social Stratification? The book ‘Western Foundations of the Caste System,’ by S.N. Balagangadhara seeks to answer the question: “How is caste different...

The true picture of Hindu social structure

Bharat has been castigated for 'caste', a European construct which was force-fitted onto our Varna/Jaati social categories. Ironically, racist colonizing cultures which committed numerous...

Academic Hinduphobia is a symptom, root cause is lack of a strong Hindu Dharmic nation state

The ‘Dismantling Global Hindutva’ (DGH) conference may in fact have helped open the eyes of many somnolent Hindus to the reality of Hinduphobia ....

Population control policy in Assam and UP

Bharat, with a population of 1.39 billion and a density of 464 persons per square kilometre, is the most densely populated country in the...

Cultural Appropriation of age-old Hindu knowledge

Cultural appropriation refers to illicitly borrowing elements or ideas from another culture without acknowledging and giving credit to the source. Typically, the cultural theft...

Apolitical Dharmic bodies should actively participate in making an effective Dharmic ecosystem

From ancient times, Hindus have created religious bodies to effectively practise the tenets of Dharma. These include mathas (monasteries) and akhadas. The major mathas...

African netizens slam ‘The Economist’ for romanticising colonial-era bureaucrats

In its July 31 edition, The Economist included a review of the book, ‘In the Forest of No Joy’ by J.P. Daughton.  The book...

CJI passes judgement on legislative bodies, but first he must look within his own institution

The Chief Justice of India (CJI) N. V. Ramana, in an Independence Day speech, criticized the quality of current-day debates and discussions held in...

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