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    Sanskrit Prayer – Lord, Lead Us from Darkness to Light!

    ASATO MA SADGAMAYA TAMASO MA JYOTIRGAMAYA MRITYUROMA AMRITAMGAMAYA The verses, in just three lines, mentioned above, and recited during the morning assembly of Kendriya Vidyalaya, which translated to English would mean, Take me from “Untruth towards Truth” “From Darkness to Light”, From death towards immortality” has become the subject of a Supreme Court petition leading to reference to a Constitution Bench ...

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    Gandhiji’s last wish: Disband the “Congress” & develop “Sangh”

    The January of 1948 The year 1948 began without any pomp. The bitter cold of winter had set in. It was barely few months since India had gained independence. Recent partition had left her 2 million children massacred and another 15 million displaced from their ancestral homeland. Delhi alone was accommodating close to a million refugees. The Yamuna was flooded by the tears of survivors and the skies of Delh ...

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    Mahatma Gandhi Assassination and Nehru – A Few Unanswered Questions

    Every year, it is a practice of the Congress and the commie brigade to make some remarks on Hindu nationalism on January 30. On January 30, 1948, Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated. A few months before his death, Bharat had attained political Independence and a few hours before Independence, Bharat was partitioned. Partition was a result of the aggressive stand of the Muslim League, weak leadership of the Indi ...

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    Prayagraj Kumbh 2019 – From Allahabad to Prayagraj

    Maa Ganga is the most sacred river at the heart of India, the foundation of India’s civilisation, its history, culture and yogic spirituality. Yet Maa Ganga is also a living divine presence, a deity, the Universal Mother incarnate sharing her blessing, connecting earthly streams with cosmic currents of consciousness. The confluence of the Ganga and Yamuna is the most sacred joining of rivers in India, with ...

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    Kumbh Mela 2019 – A Conference of Saints and Seekers

    Kumbh, the nectarine pot, and mela, the confluence of minds, is the veritable manifestation of the philosophy portrayed in the Rig Veda, ‘Aa no bhadra kratavo yantu vishvatah; let noble thoughts come from all directions. The ancient Indian Vedic society was built on holistic principles and values. Modes of communication, though seemingly archaic to the present eyes, were quiet effective and brought about th ...

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    Mr. Shah Faesal, Stop this charade

    These are the real 'marginalised' communities in Jammu and Kashmir. You never speak up for them. The Ex IAS Officer Shah Faesal of ‘India is rapistan’ comment fame is in news at the moment. Rather, he is dominating headlines and giving Interviews. I had objections to his tweets defaming India when he was a serving officer on study leave in United States. But since he has resigned he has every right to air h ...

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    Naseeruddin collaborates with Amnesty International to paint a grim picture about India

    The controversial organisation Amnesty International, which is facing investigations for violation of FCRA regulations, has roped in actor Naseeruddin Shah to promote its anti-India propaganda. A video has emerged in which Naseeruddin Shah can be seen portraying India in a bad light and raising false alarms against the purported deterioration of law and order in the country. Amnesty International with the h ...

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    Somnath and Ayodhya – Reinstating Bharat’s Pride

    The apex court of India has ruled that a mosque is not an integral part of Islam – namaz need not be offered exclusively in a masjid, it can be offered anywhere, even in an open field. This begs the question - when Mughal conqueror Babar sought to build a mosque in 1528, why did he feel the need to destroy a temple in order to build it when it could easily have been built elsewhere? Even Islamic scholars ho ...

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    Why they portray Hindus as bullies?

    Recently I came across a tweet “Yes ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ is communal. Because it forces a certain mythological idea of motherland being a Devi, a deity. This may suit your faith and religious philosophy but not people who believe in monotheism- one God. It is clearly a majoritarian slogan,” put up by Arfa Khanum Sherwani of The Wire. It made me wonder why she would think that calling one’s country a Mother ...

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    3 instances when Naseeruddin Shah missed the herd for the cows

    New Delhi: Actor Naseeruddin Shah has the inviolable right under India’s Constitution to say this country is unsafe to live in. He also has absolute right to say Pakistan “feels like home”. He is well within his right to say, “Death of a cow has more significance than that of a police officer” (although why should the value of the two lives be compared, one may ask). But then the right of Indian citizens to ...

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