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The Colonial Caper - a Masterplan, a Heist and an Assault

An attempt to decipher the master plan devised to organize the biggest organized-looting that ever took place in the history of mankind.

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Reflections on Hindu Studies – An Eye Opener

A personal quest of a Molecular Biology scientist, living far away from Bhārat, who wishes to teach the next generation not just ślokas and scriptures, but about what happened to our...

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My Journey Towards Hinduism

A personal reflection of a seeker from Brazil, who found answers in Hinduism.

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Why Spirituality for the Youth?

Studies have shown the positive effects of children growing with a shared spiritual relationship during their childhood.

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On Ṣaṭ-darśanas (षट्-दर्शन), and More

To show the relevance of Ṣaṭ-darśanas in modern science and on why we need to promote the knowledge of true Bhāratīya history, that is narrated by insiders.

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A Story of Personal Learning

A personal reflection of a born-Hindu, who rediscovered his roots after drifting away; and is now determined to learn more and spread the knowledge.

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A Sad Announcement

The first President of Hindu University of America and the founder-President of WAVES (World Association for Vedic Studies), Shri Bhudev Sharma, attained sadgati. Om shanti!

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I practice Hinduism; Do I need to study Hinduism?

Considering that there are so many facets to Hinduism, wouldn’t it suffice for one to practice one or more of them? If so, why is there a need to embark on an academic pursuit of the Sanatana...

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Kṛṣṇa's Detour

When Gītopadeśa starts churning out, when the manthana starts inside, we are left with no other choice but to start a detour which is inward. This detour will bring you back to the very point...

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My Samskritam Journey

I remember, my concern a year ago was – as a 50-year-old would I be able to learn a new language at this age? I need not have worried. Samskritam has a way of staying with you

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Distortions in Indian Historiography

Indeed, one of the symptoms of systematic history distortion has been the refusal to research the facts of the millennium-long oppression of Hinduism.

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Prāṇāyama

Prāṇāyama is about disciplining the breath, so as to simply be able to follow the prāṇā.

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