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Let’s Learn About Mahaperiyava

Let’s Learn About Mahaperiyava

By Amrita Ramaswamy apara karuna sindhum jnadam shantharupinam shrI candrashekhara gurum pranamami mudannvaham Meaning: I am meditating day and night on Guru Chandra shekara, Who is the limitless ocean of peace, one who grants wisdom and has a peaceful form. Jagadguru...

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Pakistani Army Killed Palestinian

Pakistani Army Killed Palestinian

“My conscience will never allow me to accept Israel, which is responsible for so many atrocities against the Palestinian people", states the Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan in an interview. His statement comes as a response to the UAE entering into the Abraham...

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What does International Law say about Kashmir?

What does International Law say about Kashmir?

What Does International Law Say About Kashmir? *** Present-day Kashmir, once home to flourishing Dharmic communities and thought, is now three separate territories – Pakistan Occupied Kashmir, China controlled Kashmir, which China obtained through a boundary...

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Atrocities by the Army: An objective view

Atrocities by the Army: An objective view

Citizens depend on their country to provide them protection from dangerous outside forces. A gargantuan task, managed through the government’s military. To tackle such a task, armies are given a position of power, and therefore must display trust and responsibility....

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Dharmic Management of Temples

Dharmic Management of Temples

Credit: Swarajya Magazine Most non-Hindus and even many Hindus have a limited understanding of Hindu temples and their role in society. Hindu temples are not just 'houses of worship’ as they are known in Abrahamic religions. They are in their basic element embodiment...

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Who Really Wants Azaadi?

Who Really Wants Azaadi?

The slogan Azadi first became prominent in Kashmir when Benazir Bhutto, former Pakistani prime minister coined the chant in a 1990 speech, the height of Kashmir’s insurgency where militants ran rampant in the streets urging Pandits to convert, flee or be killed. The...

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Vanchinathan: The Tamil Revolutionary

Vanchinathan: The Tamil Revolutionary

Violent revolutionary incidents, although not widely talked about in South India or South Asia during the British rule, often occurred and provided revolutionary support for the liberation of South Asians. One such incident was the political assasination of Robert...

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Gaslighting Of Kashmiri Hindus: The Jagmohan Theory

Gaslighting Of Kashmiri Hindus: The Jagmohan Theory

  Who was Jagmohan & How Is He Tied To Kashmiris Hindus? Jagmohan Malhotra was the former Governor of Jammu and Kashmir twice between 1984 and 1990. The day Jagmohan was appointed Governor the second time was the same day Kashmiri Pandits (Hindus) mark as the...

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A View Of Srinagar, 1872

A View Of Srinagar, 1872

Author: Jana Kaul A view of Srinagar, 1872 is a painting by Bishan Singh. In 1872, the masterpiece painting shown above was created by a renowned Sikh artist from Amritsar, Baba Bishen Singh. Using opaque pigments and gold on paper, he has brilliantly tried to depict...

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