Login

All posts by Satish Verma

Firecracker Ban – An Attack on the Religious Freedom of Hindus

Every year for the past decade and more a systematic campaign is run by NGOs, Green Tribunals and intellectuals to NOT burst firecrackers on Diwali. This din against firecrackers increased over years until governments started banning them until this year more than 11 states made a complete blanket ban on firecrackers on Diwali. This is nothing but a case of ethnocide, a concerted attempt at the absolute destruction of a culture. Here is a report.

Read More

The Liberal Iconoclasm

This article analyzes the consequences of letting the liberals drive the narrative. In the light of the recent Black Lives Matter protests in the U.S. and in other Western countries, the article discusses how the political ideology of liberalism is more intolerant than its opponents. What is most dangerous is the fact that it seeks to erase history and rewrite it through its own ideological lens.

Read More

Five Books to Battle Adharma

In this article, Satish Verma recommends five books to understand the dominant ‘-isms’ of today’s intellectual climate, like feminism, Marxism, post-modernism etc. These books are important to understand how the minds of these ideologues work. And this understanding is necessary to defend Dharma against the many threats that it faces today.

Read More

Radhakrishnan’s Tryst with Plagiarism

In this piece, Satish Verma explores a forgotten episode of modern Indian history. He tells us how S. Radhakrishnan once found himself in the middle of a great controversy - of plagiarizing texts on Indian philosophy.

Read More

Mother Teresa: Saint or Soul Vulture?

In this searing piece, Satish Verma analyzes the life and work of Mother Teresa, on her birth anniversary. Tracing her life's work through two important publications he shows that more than anything else, Mother Teresa was a soul vulture whose primary goal was to convert Hindus to Christianity and it was in her and church's benefit that India shall always be portrayed as a poor hellhole.

Read More

How Nehru Blindfolded India into the Chinese Folly

This second part of the series on Indo-China relations analyzes how there were ample signs on China's side which indicated its true designs of grabbing Indian territory but Nehru not only ignored them but instead went ahead with India-China friendship. This article, along with other incidents, tell us how Nehru came to know about that China has built a road in India's territory seven years after the event.

Read More

Chinese Invasion of Tibet – Prelude to the 1962 Debacle

The debacle of 1962 was definitely preventable, had India been ruled by anyone else other than Nehru and his small circle of sycophants who had little concern for national security. In this article, we will focus on the events which transpired between 1947 and 1951 while the events leading to 1962 will be covered in the subsequent articles of the series.

Read More

Emerging New Perspectives on Epidemiology

Apr 29,20by Satish Verma

In this timely satire, Satish Verma takes on the millenials who have suddenly taken upon the profession of epidemiology and garnishing it with liberal notions of social justice, are wreaking havoc upon any ears sensitive to scientific truth. He takes upon feminism, liberalism and the kind of Indian secularism which goes to great lengths to defend Tablighi Jamaat, but attacks everything Hindu.

Read More

Golden Mean – The Ultimate Standard of Truth

Mar 10,20by Satish Verma

In this satirical piece, Satish Verma remarks upon the liberal habit of declaring both sides as equal culprits in every case. Notwithstanding the facts, the liberal premise that it takes two sides to make a conflict, has led them to believe that no matter who starts the riots, no matter which community becomes the victim, the fault equally lies with the both. The false equivalence between the two communities, which produces much resentment in the Hindu community, is taken for task in this brilliant piece of satire which tragically reads like truth.

Read More

Stone or Wallet? – Solving the Jamia Riddle

Feb 28,20by Satish Verma

In early February, Jamia Milia Islamia released a CCTV video of its library where the police is seen as entering the library and beating the students who were allegedly studying there. In later videos released by the police, it can be seen that the students were the rioters who were given refuge in the library. Many of them can be seen with stones in their hands. Indian media like NDTV, used to whitewash the crimes of 'minorities' claimed the students in the CCTV footage did not have stones in their hands but wallets. Here is a brilliant satire by Satish Verma which exposes this mentality of Indian media.

Read More
Centre For Indic studies
X