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Gun-Violence and Dharma – Part II

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Gun-Violence and Dharma – Part I

Yet another episode of the ever-more-familiar sequence of a random act of violence, the loss of innocent lives, the tremendous sadness that we all share in the wake of such loss, and the “thoughts...

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Dr. Vishwa Adluri receives the Distinguished Indologist Award from the Govt. of India

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Decolonizing Research Methodologies

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Why Hindu Studies are Crucial

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Transmission of Hindu thought into Western narratives

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Setting Right the Narrative

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The History and Spread of Medicine and Medical Knowledge

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Philology Versus Misology

The vast majority of Western scholars, who call themselves Indologists, approach ancient Indian texts with a sense of skepticism and view them as objects to be exploited. Most scholars have attempted...

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Whose Common Era?

Students are taught a one-sided history, no matter the school or state. 

Millennia of history, written by winners of wars and purveyors of ethnocide, is unravelling. Disrespect and erasure of...

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Jab Zero Diya Mere Bharat Ne …

One of the most popular misconceptions about India's contribution to the world is that it begins and ends with the invention of 'zero'. Dr. Debidatta A. Mahapatra offers a timely reminder that we...

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Hindu University of America's 2021 Graduation Ceremony

Hindu University of America awarded its very first batch of Master of Arts in Sanskrit Degrees, along with other Doctoral Degrees in Hindu Studies and Yoga, to 12 of its graduating students at a...

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