From the colonial period to even the present time in independent Fiji, Hindus continue to be treated as 2nd class citizens.
Anhad Jakhmola resides in Delhi and is a postgraduate scholar in International Relations. Since an early age, he had shown a keen interest in Sanathan Dharma and how it was interpreted, while also intrigued about the condition of Hindus outside of India. With a sharp inclination towards Western conservatism as well as post-colonial societies, Anhad has written a dissertation on secularism and it impacts on South Asia as part of his curiosity to examine the impact of the West over the East. An ardent fan of Chanakya, Machiavelli, Tilak and Savarkar, he is now working as a research intern at Upword Foundation.