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Mewar Chronicles- The beginning

In less than a week from now, on May 9th we celebrate the birth anniversary of the legendary Maharana Pratap.  A warrior whose name...

Marxist Historians Insist on “Terrorist” Tag for Bhagat Singh

The recent controversy over freedom fighter Bhagat Singh being labelled as 'terrorist' in a Delhi University textbook, has once again revealed the way history is manipulated to serve political ends...

Islamization of Bharat By the Sufis – Part 3

Muinuddin Chishti, a hallowed name amongst Sufi saints, upon reaching Ajmer said, "If God and His Prophet so will, it will not be long before I raze to the ground these idol-temples.”...

Islamization of Bharat By the Sufis – Part 2

Amongst the Sufi saints who wielded the sword, perhaps the name of Shahid Salar Masud Ghazi stands on the top. He was Mahmud Ghaznavi’s sister’s son and had persuaded him to destroy the Somnath temple...

Islamization of Bharat By the Sufis – Part 1

Sufism, on one hand supported the Muslim invaders and Sultans in their political activities and reckless killings of the Hindus, and on the other hand influenced the gullible Hindus....

बाबासाहब अंबेडकर – देश के युवाओं के प्रेरणाश्रोत

मैं एक बिंदु, परिपूर्ण सिन्धु, है ये मेरा हिन्दू समाज। मैं तो समष्टि के लिए व्यष्टि का, कर सकता बलिदान अभय। भारत के लोकप्रिय और सर्वमान्य पूर्व प्रधानमंत्री...

Hegemony And Hindu Dharma In the West Indies – Part 6

Hindu Dharma was first practiced by the people living to the east of the river Indus - in Bharat. To its adherents, however, it was simply...

Nadimarg Massacre – A 13 Year Wait For Justice

It was the final act of brutality which forced the remaining handful of Hindus to finally quit their ancestral homeland, giving a final stamp...

Hegemony and Hindu Dharma in West Indies : Part 5

M.K. Gandhi   Gandhi, for mostly personal reasons of his own, accepted the British definition of Hindu ‘spirituality’ with its strong anti-physicality element. Initially, he defended...

From Seat Of Learning To Cesspool of Sedition

The row in 'prestigious' JNU has subsided. What makes it prestigious? In forty-six years of its life, it did not produce a single Nobel...

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