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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...

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Whose Common Era?

Invaders and conquerors writing their own glory tales, students being taught one-sided history, strategic premeditated assaults on Hindu assets and centuries of gaslighting – but Vedic thought and...

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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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COVID-19 and The Bhagavad-Gīta

With the knowledge of Bhagavad Gīta in mind, let us bravely make our way through the Kurukṣetra of this pandemic and emerge victorious not only against the virus, but also against our unsteady...

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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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