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Colonial Discourse On India & Hinduism — Sankrant Sanu In Convesation With Kundan Singh

Colonialism is not about economic exploitation and exertion of political power alone, it involves a tremendous “transformation’ in social and cultural sphere through the process of generating literature on the colonized and then pumping that “knowledge” into the consciousness of the colonized through the establishment of institutions and universities. If

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The Death Of Arithmetic: How Indian Eyes Make Maths Education Simpler & Faster – A Talk By Jonathan J Crabtree

Historians of Hindu mathematics have long discussed how the concept of zero, positives, negatives and the laws of sign were documented in the early 7th Century. However, new research reveals an incomplete understanding of India’s zero in the Medieval Arabic world. This meant the role of zero as a placeholder

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Maharaja Ranjit Singh & His Legacy Of Reforms – A Talk By Siddharth Acharya

Siddharth Acharya in this #SangamTalk covers the following: 1. Geo strategic and Geopolitical game of Maharaja Ranjeet Singh and Hari Singh Nalwa.2. Early life struggle.3. Consolidation of Sikh Empire and committment against Afghan invasion.4. Philanthropic Ruler who donated gold and his work for temple restoration.4. Land and Revenue reforms. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxglCFGVmGQ

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Sylhet Partition: History Of Horror And Unacceptance – A Talk By Ayon Bhattacharjee | Partition Of India

The partition of India happened across eastern and western frontiers leading to some of the biggest human migrations, accompanied by genocides and sufferings. Information and documentation on the partition are mainly confined to that of Punjab and Bengal. A a small district called Sylhet was ceded to East Pakistan through

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Colonial Discourse On India And Hinduism – A Talk By Dr Kundan Singh | Hindupedia

Colonialism is not about economic exploitation and exertion of political power alone, it involves a tremendous “transformation’ in social and cultural sphere through the process of generating literature on the colonized and then pumping that “knowledge” into the consciousness of the colonized through the establishment of institutions and universities. If

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Colonial Discourse On India And Hinduism – Dr Kundan Singh In Conversation With Rinkoo Wadhera

"Making Children Hinduphobic : A Critical Review of McGraw Hill's World History textbooks" is an expose of McGraw Hill’s history textbooks for school-going children in California containing Hinduphobic material, set into motion during the British colonial period. The textbooks are guilty of describing Hinduism as an oppressive “religion,” primarily framing

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India: A Grand Story Of Grand Ideas – A Talk By Kapil Kapoor

Credits: This talk is organized by IHAR & IGNCA, and recorded by #SangamTalks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jCeC9sCIPuk&t=18s The grand narrative of India is the narrative of it's knowledge traditions. India has a continuous textual tradition which needs to be traced and built.About Speaker: - Shri Kapil Kapoor is an Indian scholar of linguistics and literature and

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Crime & Appeasement: A Critique Of Sachar Committee Report — A Talk By Rinkoo Wadhera

Through deliberate strategising and subsequent egregious provisions, the Sachar Committee Report( SCR) not only obliterated the poorest Hindus of India from the canvas of government beneficiary schemes but also deprived them, definitively, of what the Indian constitution guarantees to all its citizens— justice, liberty& equality. This talk outlines the tearing down

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