Indian culture has borne the brunt of stigma and repeated censure as successive creeds have tried to destroy it.
The germination of Jihad and how it spread across the world is a historical fact that needs to be told.
A place that has been identified since antiquity, where at the feet of Vishnu one is assured that good karma can lead towards moksha.
India's was unique in its idea of self-governance in village communities where people from all spheres of life had a say while candidates needed to be supremely learned and in tune with the Dharmaśāstra-s to contest for positions.
The technique of Manana to first internalise a task in one's mind before ever implementing it is an essential part of Hindu philosophy.
Swarnima's and Vaamdeva's visit to the hermitage of Rishi Shukamukha turns out to be an extraordinary pilgrimage, which changes the meaning of their relationship forever.
Deemed as the originator of many facets of Indian music, Amir Khusrau's contribution needs a thorough investigation.
The lack of understanding of Dharmic knowledge and its gradual dilution has left a void in our society which has been filled by self-proclaimed experts who act as scholars.
The conception of astronomical numbers by mathematicians in India made them stand well above the rest.
Societal pressure and a lack of grounding in one's culture leads to a disconnect which has been the bane of many a Hindu seeker.
The benevolence of past Hindu rulers in Kashmir has led us to its present-day Islamization as hardly any trace of its artistic and spiritual greatness remains.
Soma's philosophical meaning can be deconstructed to showcase its entheogenic properties as the elixir of immortality.
The slogan of all religions being equal is a gross misrepresentation as their inherent aspirations differ greatly.
The scars from centuries of violence refused to heal which is why the fight for Ram Janmabhoomi never died down.
The claim, “Yoga is Hindu”, creates more problems than it solves as it leads us into the blind alley of identity politics.
An Indic Response to Jason Gregory’s piece on “The Trap of Devotion to God and Guru”.
The Jagannath temple has been a part of Sanatana Dharma's core for millennia despite facing attacks on it from multiple fronts.
Modernity has left people severed from symbolic reality, where they are a law unto themselves and bereft of any faith.
The 1400-year-old Shore temple and Panch Rathas showcase masterful stonework that leaves the visitor spellbound.
Fictionalised retelling of the epics, if not consistent with the hermeneutics of the original texts, are slanderous in their effect on how the central characters figure in the readers' imagination.
Self-destructive tendencies in Hindu society are an indication of being outwitted by the enemies.
Swami Vivekananda's speech on the future of India more than a hundred years ago has lessons which we have failed to learn.
Lord Hayagriva represents the restorer archetype who restores wisdom from the clutches of ignorance.
If our civilisation has to survive and thrive, we must awaken the Kshatriya within us. There is no other way.
Sister Nivedita’s far reaching contributions to India’s revival came in fields as diverse as politics, spirituality, science and art.