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Why Don’t Hindus Stand Up Against Anti-Hindu Anti-India Agenda?

Purnima Nath explores how Hinduphobia is rampant in Indian as well as Western media. She tells us how anti-Hindu, anti-Indian campaigns are openly run with seldom any repurcussions or strong reactions from the Hindu side. She also tells us how minorities are safest in India and not in neighboring countries like Pakistan and Bangladesh and that is because of the Hindu culture and ethos of India.

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Is it Wrong to Say that Only My Religion is Right?

Apr 21,20by Maria Wirth

When Hindus try to tell others about the good in their religion, they are often told that other religions are also good, and there are many bad practices in Hindu society. When Hindus try to talk about the intolerance of some Prophetic Monotheistic religions, they are told to look at their bright side. Maria Wirth, a German who came to India, became a Hindu, tells from her experience, how all Prophetic Monotheistic religions have exclusive claims on reality and thus are wrong, and Hindu dharma can say that its approach towards seeking truth is right.

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The Fifth Veda

This is an excerpt from the book “Veda Mimansa – Volume 1” by Shri Anirvan. The Vedanta in reality is the culmination of the Vedic philosophy. It is the exposition of the meaning of the Veda from the standpoint of ‘Knowledge’ (Vijnana). Therefore, it may be said that in order to discover the meaning of the mantras, we have to have a foundation of comprehensive knowledge of the Upanisad, an intimate acquaintance with the Trantra, the Purana and a direct experience of the methods of the Yogic and Tantrik spiritual praxis.

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