Rohingyas– Victims of Indoctrination, Non-Identity and Cultural Crisis

The Rohingya are a Muslim minority population living mainly in the state of Arakan, in Myanmar (Burma). Although approximately 800,000 Rohingya live in Myanmar, and apparently their ancestors were in the country for centuries, the Burmese government does not recognize Rohingya people as citizens. People without a state, the Rohingya face harsh persecution in Myanmar, and in refugee camps in neighbouring Bangladesh… Read More Rohingyas– Victims of Indoctrination, Non-Identity and Cultural Crisis

Genocide of Kashmiri Hindus

The saga of unabashed and most cruel atrocities on Kashmiri Hindus (the word Pandits tacitly alienates them) may be briefly stated thus: i) Assault and persistent Islamic torture by successive Moslem Afghan Rulers for centuries (between the mid-eighteenth to early nineteenth century ), ii) Butchering by tribal militants from Pakistan’s North West Frontier Province in the post-independence period, during the reign of… Read More Genocide of Kashmiri Hindus

Foreign Funds Facilitate Framing Anti-Hindu Laws

Adv. Surendra Nathan writes under the caption “Militant Feminism in India and the Dangers, Risks and Frightening Life-long Complications faced by Hindu Bachelors in getting married”– in the Hindu Voice of July, 2017 (Continued from June 2017 issue) as follows : It was during the UPA regime that doors were widely opened all over India for the free… Read More Foreign Funds Facilitate Framing Anti-Hindu Laws

Narasimha Mehta (Circa 1414–1480)

In spite of the fact that numerous works of note have been composed in “Gujarati”  arlier, it is customary to regard Narasimha Mehta as the Father of Gujarati poetry. This may be due to the fact that many of Narasimha’s poems– the Prabhatiyans (poems to be sung at the dawn of the day) in particular, have been handed down to us from… Read More Narasimha Mehta (Circa 1414–1480)

Wages of Sin

Sultan Mahmud committed the worst type of crime by polluting the holy places, demolishing temples, disregarding the deities and even violating the chastity of innocent women. God cannot tolerate such a heinous crime for a long time under any circumstances. For the quarter of a century Lord Almighty offered time to the Hindus for making preparations, being united, and then teaching… Read More Wages of Sin

Sanskrit and The Shastras

Dr. Murali Manohar Joshi a great votary of Sanskrit, in his opinion piece, in The Times of India (25 April, 2016) stated- “Ambedkar wanted Sanskrit as national language”. In fact, it was well-known that in the Constituent Assembly, Ambedkar supported Sanskrit as national language, but with a rider that English should be the official language, at least for 15 years… Read More Sanskrit and The Shastras

Revive Sanskrit

We reproduce below the full text of The Telegraph’s leading editorial on 2.3.2016 : The teaching of Sanskrit, in so far as it exists in Indian educational institutions of higher learning, has become a part of western pedagogy. But in the universities in the West that have a history of teaching and research in Sanskrit, there is emerging a different and remarkable… Read More Revive Sanskrit