Browsing All posts tagged under »Hinduism«

Through Rakhine lies the Pathway to the Greater Christian State

August 28, 2017


The Rohingya conflict in Rakhine and the ensuing refugee exodus arouses conflicted feelings amongst Indians. On the one hand the Rohingya have taken over land belonging to ethnic Rakhine through demographics and love jihad (a la Kashmir and Kerala and all of the other dismembered parts of greater India), whereas on the other hand are […]

Rivers of Blood and the Animal Holocaust

September 15, 2016


Much has been made of the horrifying images of the blood flowing through the streets of Dhaka in the aftermath of Eid Al Adha- 2016 As it should these images have created a visceral impact on the world about the scale of animal slaughter in the name of God – carried on, on this holy […]

Murdered Shamans, Witch Burnings & Indian Traditions

November 5, 2011


This post is meant to show the common thread that exists world over between different instances of destruction of bearers of natural traditions. The present is connected with the past and with what is happening in India currently. The christian movement in the last 1600 years of its existence has struck a death-blow to indigenous […]

VAac Yoga – Yoga of Sound – Part 1: Shiva concept of VAac

July 19, 2010


Guest post. Multipart series on “VAac Yoga – Samskrita” by Ravindra Koul.  The purpose of this series is to emphasize the importance of learning and comprehending Samskrita as a means to realization. The fundamental sounds of the Samskrita language were extracted and identified by Panini through deep meditation of Shiva. Hence these vowel sounds are […]

Hindu temples are for Hindus

July 4, 2010


The recent collapse of the Garbagraha of the SriKaalahasti temple was a traumatic event at many levels. It is symbolic of the loss of political power of Hindus that our temples are no longer in our control. It is indicative of the very anti Hindu political and intellectual class in India that is destroying temples […]

Response to Subverting through Language

May 6, 2010


Below is a response to my post on “Subverting through language – part I” through private communication. The respondent does not agree with the position I have taken and articulates it beautifully For me, the Hindu Dharmic tradition – is most certainly a religion. I use “religion” in the sense of how Hellenismos is a distinct religious tradition. […]