The Centre for Indic Studies (CIS) has been established to restorethe dharmic narrative of Indian civilization. For centuries, India’s story has been told by others, often outsiders. This has resulted in a distorted narrative of Indian civilization, which is hostile to the very essence of Indian culture and ethos. While other cultures have regained their narrative upon attaining freedom from their colonial masters,sadly this has not happened with India.
India is the only great civilization which does not have a narrative of its own. India’s story is still being told in a colonialist narrative which aims to break India culturally, socially and politically. Though the colonial age is over, but the colonialist narrative of India is still flourishing under different guises and names such as ‘left-liberal’, ‘liberal’, ‘post-colonial’, ‘post-modernist’, and ‘subaltern’ etc. The same colonialist narrative is being told under different and fashionably new labels. It is diametrically opposed to the worldview espoused by the dharmic tradition of India.
The Centre for Indic Studies (CIS) aims to break the anti-Indian narrative and restore the dharmic narrative of India with the help of scholars and sages working on the important aspects of Indian civilization.