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Hinduism

Adi Shankara’s critique of Buddhism

While maintaining the existence of only Brahman in the absolute sense, Sankara posits that the experience of the world is not invalid at the time of that experience.

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Indra – The Supreme Deity of Rig Veda

In this article, Rekha Rao explains why Indra is regarded as the supreme deity in the Rigveda. Read this fascinating story of one of the most celebrated gods in the Hindu pantheon.

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The Mighty Sarasvati

Is Sarasvati only a river? How is it described in the vedic literature? Read this excerpt from Michel Danino's work to know more.

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Hindu Roots of Sikhism-3

Feb 13,21by Ram Swarup

How did Sikhism come to be seen as a separate religion? Was it due to the political interests of the British rulers in India? Read on to know.

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Agni Vidya: A Kindling of Inner Fire

What is the inner ritual and how does it involve fire? the story of Nachiketa gives us an answer. Read on to find out.

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Has Hinduism changed or remained the same?

Since Hindus have historically worshipped different deities over a vast span of time and space, one wonders whether Hinduism has changed over time or not.

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An Open Letter to ‘Religiously Open-Minded’ Hindus

A letter to the Hindus who are dangerously "generous" and choose to live in a world of their fantasies which is more than ideal and their 'well wishers':

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Religion and Culture

What is the relationship between religion and culture. A secular state claims to not touch religion and let it flourish and yet can religion survive at all without culture? Does the same apply on Hindu dharma.

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Importance of Hindu Festivals

A culture is known by its festivals. Festivals are not just celebrations or parties. They are rhythm or pulses of a culture and society. To celebrate them is to keep your culture alive. Smarak Prasad Sahoo expands on this in this beautiful article.

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Role of Nehru in Instituting Negationism in India

In this article Smarak Prasad Sahoo discusses negationism in India and what was the role of Jawahar Lal Nehru in it. He tells us how our first Prime Minister lied to his citizens and how he lay the foundation stone of academic distortion of Indian history.

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