In this very important talk, Hariprasad N highlights the need to amend Articles 26 to 30 of the Indian Constitution if Hindu community wants to thrive as a Dharmic society.
He also highlights that the subsections of these Acts are misinterpreted and it’s only the Hindu religion that suffers the most Read More
So, like this Africa got divided. South & Central America. We will not go in every single country, but it has very interesting story. A document named papal bull is released in 1493 named ‘Inter caetera’. ‘Doctrine of discovery’ promulgated through it. How many of you know about ‘doctrine of Read More
This is a map of Gupta empire of about 475 AD ruling on vast geographical area of India, if u see India’s definition is there, upto large extent although there are some kingdoms in between. Look at the map of Europe in 475 AD. Look at western Europe. You will Read More
Source: - Pragyata.com
Esteemed scholar, author and spiritualist Ram Swarup, who was also the mentor of Sita Ram Goel, deconstructed the devolution of 'caste' from an inclusive, 'cooperative and cultural' system of ancient India into a divisive and discordant system fomented by the British colonialists down the centuries in his essay, Read More
For the formation of constituent assembly and then the new constitution for India, provincial elections were held in 1946. The election was also a referendum on the creation of Pakistan. Muslim majority provinces are given the right to chose whether they want to remain with India or need a separate Read More
Source: - True Indology / Twitter.
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We want to find out what caused poverty in India? I would like to point out 2 works, this is Angus Madison who is a historical economist in Netherlands. He studied the economies of the world from the turn of the current era. One all the way to 2003, he Read More
Now coming to the other side which is also anti-state is the economic right. I don’t believe that libertarian economics is, you know their view point it against sustainable. I thinks that’s entering kind of a thing is absolute nonsense in my opinion. But right wing has started appearing to Read More
We believe that freedom liberty and freedom of expressions are absolutely important. What we do say, however, is that absolute freedom; absolute liberty is nothing but anarchy. If everyone is allowed to do as they please that is just chaos and anarchy. As conservatives we believe that periods of stability Read More
There is a problem again in the right wing discourse if you see that you just don't discuss something which is extremely important, i.e., caste. The discussion of the caste only revolves in the right wing circle about what does caste meant in the Vedic period? Or what was the Read More
A big flaw in the right wing thought which I am coming to is that we have forgotten the ‘where did you originated’. The Savarkar, I thought, which I see as a systematic political thought in the right wing, aimed not at a village utopia. It was not arguing for an Read More
When the British came, they also did something. They started the systematic study of India. They started a systematic study of India, which we all understand as Indology and other things. And the British also started characterizing India from their own perspective, from their own, you know, prisms and other Read More
When we call ourselves conservative what do we actually mean? We mean four things in my understanding.
First that we base to our opinions on the basis of facts and figures. We are not liberals to live in the fantasy world, we are not the left wing to believe in propaganda. As Read More
Thank you for inviting me to speak on something with which we all relate to, that is the, what is the right wing narrative in this country? Now I assume that lots of us, almost all of us identify themselves as either conservative or the right wing people. And why Read More