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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.

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Agenda for Hindu Survival: What we can do as individuals

While preservation is a long-term agenda and a continuous process that cannot be ignored, what is immediate and a matter of our survival is the protection of our civilization by countering and nullifying the challenges being posed by inimical forces of Adharma.

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And Shri Rama Returns to Ayodhya!

Today on 5th August 2020, after hundreds of years, Shri Rama is coming back to Ayodhya. After the sacrifice of millions of Hindus, this generation is lucky enough to see the Grand Rama Temple built at Ayodhya. This is a story of how this happened. Jai Shri Rama.

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Ayodhya: The Concept of the Sacred Kshetra

While Hindus, recognize Valmiki’s Ramayana as a text of Itihasa, the Indian conception of the past with its foundation in cyclical time and pedagogical form, has no parallel to the modern secular concept of unidirectional positivistic historicism.

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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.

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Is Tibet Chinese Territory?

Amidst the tensions at border and exact rehearsal of the events of past, it becomes absolutely ne-cessary to have a clear historical interpretation of events that led to the Indo-China conflict in the Galway Valley. Here the author discusses a brief history of the trilateral relations of India-China-Tibet. He also discusses the annexation of Tibet as a part of Chinese Communist government’s plan.

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The Dalai Lama is 85 years old! Does India understand the importance of that?

In this short article, Francois Gautier analyzes what Dalai Lama means for India and what India can do with his legacy and his presence in the country.

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The Blacks who Matter (Are Cops Racist – 4)

In this excerpt from Heather MacDonald’s book Are Cops Racist, the author highlights the examples of hard working Black Americans who are often forgotten in the narrative of race and riots. Mainstream narratives tend to portray blacks as victims of racial oppression, but here the author shows us a different side of the Black American community.

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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.

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The Logic of Race Riots – (Are Cops Racist – 3)

This is the third excerpt from Heather Macdonad’s brilliant book- Are Cops Racist?. In this excerpt, the author debunks the often repeated claim made by riot apologists that riots are rooted in racial oppression. The author also highlights how public figures and activists are failing Black Americans.

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