India's laws are still stuck in the colonial era where natives were not considered good enough to manage their own institutions.
Several theories have been proposed to understand the evolution of languages but most fall short due to their Eurocentric bias as well as the false notion of comparing it with genetic evolution.
Indians need to break free from the shackles forged by their own fears and ineptitude.
The monotheistic God has chosen Man to exploit the very world he has supposedly created.
In this book, Subhash Kak explores the intriguing questions at the cutting edge of consciousness studies. He not only presents the parallels between Vedanta and modern science but also spends a good deal of time exploring where the two profoundly disagree with each other and why.
The haunting experience of returning to ones homeland from where you were once cast away.
Kumors have continued the tradition of creating the mother goddess despite life-threatening challenges.
The multi-tier colonial legacy which India has inherited through language has been increasingly tough to dismantle.
The vision of history propagated by the school and college textbooks in India is a caricature of the real past, explicitly serving the political goals of Marxism.
The Param Vir Chakra was the amalgamation of the essence of a rishi and the love for Sanatana Dharma infused in a European woman.
Hinduism has always incorporated a healthy dose of humour in its writings, with even gods not being spared.
The ethical code and misplaced magnanimity of Hindu kings who followed dharmic tenets cost them against a barbarous enemy.
The Pandavas' encounter with a Yaksha on the lake leads to a deep and profound discovery.
Uniform Civil Code or the idea of a common civil law for the whole nation is not alien to the traditional principles of jurisprudence in India.
A gripping tale about the workings of a corrupt governmental setup.
The various causes taken up Swami Karpatri in the service of Sanatana Dharma deserve much more recognition.
Ayyappa puja which I was witness to during my younger days has resurfaced in my mind thanks to the Sabarimala crisis.
The platform given by Hindus to pre-Christian and pre-Islamic traditions to rediscover their pagan roots is heartening to see.
Ancient Angkor Hindu temples located at the foot of Kulen mountains helped sanctify river water as it passed over the carvings of a thousand lingas.