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Monson Mavunkal saga – how Communists tried to distort Hindu identity of Sabarimala

In Kerala, the arrest of a fraudster named Monson Mavunkal sheds light on a conspiracy to destroy the Hindu traditions and rituals at Sabarimala...

Anti-Hindu propaganda in a US university course “Intro to South Asia”

I, an Indian-American, and my girlfriend are engineering students at a big US university. We need to take a culture class as part of...

The Lost River: archaeology and chronology of the river Sarasvati (Part1)

“You cannot read one article in Bharatiya  press without the word ‘mythical ‘being attributed to the Sarasvati and it has even become so cliched!  The River Sarasvati   is not mythical as per Bharatiya literature. So, it’s a completely unjustified controversy,” says Michel Daninio, Indic studies scholar and author, The Lost River: On the Trail of the Sarasvati

Lies, deception and character assassination: Aryan invasion propaganda touches new low

Much of Maharashtra and central Bharat is characterized by hills and badlands that bear the distinctive, tell-tale signs of ancient volcanism. This vast expanse,...

What Reich’s study says and doesn’t about how Bharatiyas came to be

In the 1850s, Max Müller – a German orientalist who lived in Britain most of his life – introduced the notion of an Aryan race...

Propagandizing the Aryan Invasion Debate: A Rebuttal to Tony Joseph

On 16 June 2017, an article appeared on the Hindu titled “How genetics is settling the Aryan migration debate” by Tony Joseph. This article claims that...

The Aryan Invasion Myth: How 21st Century Science Debunks 19th Century Indology

The Aryan Invasion Theory (AIT) needs no introduction. It is the bedrock upon which Bharat's history has been written. Its central thesis has three...

The troubled history of the Aryan Invasion Theory

Ever since the rise of the internet, Hindus have been able to dispute the Aryan Invasion Theory (AIT) with greater and greater success. It...

“Ram was a foreign invader, word ‘roaming’ originated from his name”: WB school textbook

Many netizens were shocked when a Twitter user pointed out that the school books of West Bengal have been indoctrinating the malleable minds of...

Majority South Asians are descendants of Harappans

Majority of South Asians today are descendants of Harappans, says veteran archaeologist Prof Vasant Shinde. "The genetic evidence coupled with archaeological evidence indicates continuity till...

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