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[Q/A] A Glimpse Of India’s Wealth Looted By Mahmud Of Ghazni — A Talk By Manoshi Sinha

Main Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNFQn... This talk by Manoshi Sinha presents a glimpse of India's wealth looted (amounting in trillions) by Sultan Mahmud of Ghazni. India was once upon a time the richest country in the world. Existing glory and riches started declining with Islamic invasion, plunder and rule

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[Q/A] What Do The Ram Janmabhoomi Excavations Tell Us? — A Talk By K K Muhammed

Main Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pinIM... K. K. Muhammed talks about the evidences that surfaced during the Ram Janmabhoomi excavations conducted by the Archaeological Survey of India. It proved beyond doubt the existence of a temple beneath the Babri Masjid. A close examination of the remains revealed various artifacts that could only be part

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[Q/A] Tracing The Timeline Of Ancient Bharat: Mahabharat War To Guptas — A Talk By Mrugendra Vinodh

Main Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQHMM... Q/A session of Shri Mrugendra Vinod's #SrijanTalks titled 'Tracing The Timeline Of Ancient Bharat: Mahabharata War To Guptas'. In the 1790s, British philologist and founder of the Asiatic Society of India, William Jones made an erroneous correlation between the Indian kings Xandrames and Sandracottus mentioned in Greek historical accounts

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What Do The Ram Janmabhoomi Excavations Tell Us? — A Talk By K K Muhammed

K. K. Muhammed talks about the evidences that surfaced during the Ram Janmabhoomi excavations conducted by the Archaeological Survey of India. It proved beyond doubt the existence of a temple beneath the Babri Masjid. A close examination of the remains revealed various artifacts that could only be part of a

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[Q/A] Sabarimala: Rationalising Skewed Perspectives — A Talk By Anand Prasad

Main Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8HKH... In this Q/A session Anand Prasad Answers to the questions from the audience. In main talk, Anand Prasad talks about understanding the Supreme Court ruling on Sabarimala. He questions why is it difficult for the court to see the traditional Indian viewpoint? The notion is that a secular

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[Q/A] Framework For Hindu Temple Management Beyond Government Control — A Talk By T R Ramesh

Main Talk 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01cFc... Main Talk 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8sB3Y... Main Talk 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ek5n... Main Talk 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejVc8... Ironically, India is the only country where the majority religious community is being discriminated against. Various state governments through their respective Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments (HR & CE) Acts have assumed financial and management

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Arthashastra And Its Contemporary Relevance In India – A Talk By Sriram Subramanian

The Arthashastra is a marvelous treatise that captured the imagination of ancient India. Kautilya's thoughts are not only far ahead of his time, they were precise to address some of the key challenges of those days. Needless to say, the economic and political dominance that India had prior to the

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[Q/A] Vinayak Damodar Savarkar And The Early Indian Revolutionary Movement

Main talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RR8us... As the intellectual fountainhead and founder of what is termed as “Hindu nationalism,” Vinayak Damodar Savarkar has emerged as one of the most controversial Indian political thinkers of the 20th Century. This lecture explores the lesser known role and contribution of Savarkar as a revolutionary figure and interprets

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Tracing The Timeline Of Ancient Bharat: Mahabharat War To Guptas — A Talk by Mrugendra Vinod

In the 1790s, British philologist and founder of the Asiatic Society of India, William Jones made an erroneous correlation between the Indian kings Xandrames and Sandracottus mentioned in Greek historical accounts during Alexander’s invasion of India in 323 BCE, with Chandragupta Maurya, the founder of the Mauryan Empire. This correlation

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Sampradaya Vs Denomination – A Talk By TR Ramesh

Freeing Hindu Temples From Govt control is one of the key demands of Hindu Charter. Please read the Demands in detail and Support the Charter of Hindu Demands by signing the petition at https://hinducharter.org/hindu-charte... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejVc8MLDzm0 Transcript: - That's something called the denominational right, that is you as a sampradaya, you can administer your

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How Administering Our Temples Will Lead To Renaissance Of Hinduism

Ironically, India is the only country where the majority religious community is being discriminated against. Various state governments through their respective Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments (HR & CE) Acts have assumed financial and management control of thousands of Hindu temples across India. They did this under alleged accusations of

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How Do We Administer Our Temples – A Talk By TR Ramesh

Freeing Hindu Temples From Govt control is one of the key demands of Hindu Charter. Please read the Demands in detail and Support the Charter of Hindu Demands by signing the petition at https://hinducharter.org/hindu-charte... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8sB3Y5WJ_vE Transcript: - So, how do we manage our temples. the first thing you should remember is, democracy would

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Fallout Of Government Control Of Hindu Temples – A Talk By TR Ramesh

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01cFcSutMfA&t=35s Transcript: - Thank you, for being here this afternoon, the topic is Dharmic administrative framework for our temples. That is currently these temples are under the control of government, state government. In Tamil Nadu, in Orissa, in Andhra Pradesh, in Telangana, in Karnataka, in Kerala also in Maharashtra and other states.

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Vinayak Damodar Savarkar And The Early Indian Revolutionary Movement — A Talk By Vikram Sampath

As the intellectual fountainhead and founder of what is termed as “Hindu nationalism,” Vinayak Damodar Savarkar has emerged as one of the most controversial Indian political thinkers of the 20th Century. This lecture explores the lesser known role and contribution of Savarkar as a revolutionary figure and interprets the impact

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Conversion War, Religious Freedom and Native Traditions – #SrijanTalks By Sankrant Sanu [#HinduCharter]

Shri Sankrant Sanu speaks on the Freedom of Religion Act giving emphasis on the two notions arising from native traditions vs. proselytizing ones, and which one of the two deserves privilege from the Indian state. He lays bare the asymmetry of doctrine and resources as well as the underbelly of a

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[Q/A] Indian Civilisation: The Untold Story (Revisited) — A Talk By Raj Vedam

#AIT #AITDebunked #SrijanTalks Indian history, or what we have been taught by way of history in India, has many strange paradoxes that are hard to explain to rational, inquiring minds. At the root of these paradoxes is the Colonial Ideological Offensive, imposed by British historians steeped in Biblical tradition. These historians

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Ancient Updates To Surya Siddhanta — A Talk By Nilesh Oak

Surya Siddhanta, arguably the most ancient book on Indian astronomy, is a highly advanced and accurate treatise in Hindu astronomy that is widely respected all over the world for its highly developed scientific and astronomical concepts regarding the cosmos. As per Hindu tradition, the Sun God, Surya is said to

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Indian Civilization: The Untold Story Revisited — A Talk By Raj Vedam

Indian history, or what we have been taught by way of history in India, has many strange paradoxes which are hard to explain to rational, inquiring minds. At the root of these paradoxes is the Colonial Ideological Offensive, imposed by British historians steeped in Biblical tradition. These historians simply could

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Why India Is Still A Colonial State? — A Talk By Sankrant Sanu

A vast majority of well-intentioned, patriotic Indians believe in the Constitution of India as a sacrosanct foundational stone of the Indian Republic upon which stands the hallowed shrine of Democracy. Not many, however, are aware that the Constitution of India is largely framed on the 1935 British Act of India,

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[Q&A] इसाई पंथ और भारत / Christianity In India – A Talk by Dr. Surendra Jain

संपूर्ण विश्व में प्रेम व शान्ति का स्वरुप माने जाने वाले इसाई धर्म के विस्तार का इतिहास रक्त से सना है, ये तथ्य कम ही लोग जानते हैं| यूनान, रोम व माया जैसी कई प्राचीन संस्कृतियाँ इसाई मिशनरियों के हाथों जड़ से मिटा दी गयीं| अनगिनत देशों की भोली-भाली प्रजा

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[Q&A] New Economics For A New India — Srijan Talk By Sanjeev Sanyal

The story of India’s economy under the Nehruvian socialist framework has been a stunted one. Afflicted with License Raj, political patronage and crony favoritism, the Indian economy functioned largely as a political economy that bred an ecosystem of corruption and economic stagnation for nearly four decades after Independence. Even as

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Urban Naxals: Unraveling The Mask Of Dissent — A Talk by Haritha Pusarla

Having penetrated the social, political, administrative, academic, artistic and media spaces in the Indian urbanized ecosphere, Urban Naxals have dominated the intellectual turf, reducing anyone who thinks outside of their box into a subaltern nobody. They have mastered the art of cultivating and fostering their preferred narrative, the ONLY acceptable

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Sanatan Shastra Vidya | The Battlefield Martial Arts of Indian Warriors — A Talk by Guru Nidar Singh Ji Nihang

The Indic civilization has had rich, hoary Kshatriya traditions which gave rise to equally rich and profound martial traditions like the Sanatan Shastra Vidya, which literally means the ‘timeless science of weapons.’ This ancient art of battle is traced back to Adi Deva Shiva who gave this knowledge to Pashupats,

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[Q/A] Hindu Pakistan: Good or Bad — A Talk by Sanjay Dixit

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3beGhULPDeM&t=1272s Sanjay Dixit ji answers questions on Hindu Pakistan Talk. IAS officer of the Rajasthan cadre, Sanjay Dixit, talks about the Quest to establish The Land Of Pure, Pakistan was started after the Mughal ruler Aurangzeb with the rise of the Maratha Empire, he also talks about the fundamental differences of the

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[Q/A] Trans-Generational Trauma and Hindu Resistance — A Talk by Rajat Mitra

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ukoPLe1X0hA&t=133s What are the events that create trans-generational trauma? Genocide war, ethnic violence... many of them... Last century was a century of genocides. It went into denial when it saw its temples desecrated, when it saw its places destroyed. One could not express rage, for example in Aurangzeb's time, could we?

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[Q&A] Relevance Of Shiv Agamas For Hindus Today – Srijan Talk by Arti Agarwal

Q & A Session of Relevance Of Shiv Agamas For Hindus Today – Srijan Talk by Arti Agarwal Shiva Agamas are essentially the Applied Science of ancient Hindu Spirituality that offer lasting solutions to the myriad problems faced by humankind. About Speaker : Arti Agarwal is a devotee of Lord Shiva, disciple

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Trans-Generational Trauma and Hindu Resistance — A Talk by Rajat Mitra

Trans -Generational Trauma and Hindu Resistance : Western psychologists have examined in great detail the effects of collective intergenerational trauma faced by survivors of Jewish Holocaust and Armenian Genocide. Yet, the world is still in the dark about the transgenerational trauma faced by Hindus in India during genocidal violence of

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Modern Numerals Have Their Source In India Kannada Not Arabia — SrijanTalk by Ramprasad Soghal

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ec8aJl42DME&t=86s Numerical systems across most ancient civilizations developed using similar linear patterns of counting. For primitive hunter-gatherer societies, a linear scale that facilitated counting the number of animals killed or artefacts bartered seemed sufficient. In a more complex and flourishing agrarian society like India, the need to study natural phenomena like

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