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The Navaratri aesthetic

People celebrate Navaratri all across Bharat in many ways. But the scope of this essay is limited to the celebration of Bommai golu/Bommala koluvu/Gombe...

Hindu parenting: Raising daughters

Every day we watch an increasing amount of anti-Hindu activity in media and academia led by women with names like Meena, Priyamvada, and Suchitra,...

TN: Muslims oppose Hindus sacrificing pigs saying it pollutes the environment

As a result of growing anti-Hindu bigotry in Tamil Nadu after DMK came to power, another incident of denying rights to perform a Hindu...

Bihu, Makar Sankranti celebrated in NE states

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, the northeastern states on Thursday celebrate Bihu and Makar Sankranti, both harvest festivals, with traditional fervour and enthusiasm. Lakhs of cheerful...

Yogi to offer first Khichdi to Baba Gorakhnath to mark Makar Sankranti

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will offer the first 'Khichdi' at the Gorakhnath temple on Thursday to mark the festival of 'Makar Sankranti'. Yogi...

Tanishq does it again, pushes more ‘Ekatvam’ down Hindu throats: latest ad pushes for secular, elitist idea of Diwali

After showing an inter-faith baby shower ceremony that struck a discordant note with the lived reality of countless Hindus, Tata group company Tanishq is...

Sinu Joseph: Decoding menstrual practices with compatible frames of reference

In the second part of her interview,  Sinu  Joseph, menstrual educator, author and one of the pioneers of the menstrual health movement in Bharat,...

Sinu Joseph: A Bharatiya perspective on menstruation

This is the first part of an interview  with Sinu Joseph,  menstrual educator, author and one of the pioneers of the menstrual health movement...

The Traditionalist vs Reformer battle in Hindu Dharma is continuation of an old tradition

Discussion and dialogue has been the hallmark of Hindu Dharma. There have always existed different perspectives regarding social, cultural and religious issues. Indeed, the...

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