Category Archives: Identity Politics

How Sri Krishna Winds Up Sojourn On Earth

The concluding portions of Srimad Bhagavatham chronicles Sri Krishna’s plans to wind-up his sojourn on Earth to re-establish Dharma. Anxious to wind-up his clan and return to where He belonged, He sets up his own son Samba (with his meddling … Continue reading

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Ayodhya Dispute – For Muslims, it is ‘heads I win, tails you lose’.

The Supreme Court has now hinted that it will uphold the Allahabad High Court verdict in favour of the temple, if the parties cannot agree mutually on a fair settlement. For the Muslims, it is ‘heads I win, tails you lose’. The Mullahs and clerics do not want to take the blame on themselves, so they ask for a court verdict which, if unfavourable, would not stick to them. Continue reading

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A New India is in the making

The long-pending Humanities vs Science debate in India, fails to recognize the significant and revolutionary transformation happening in Indian societies. Rightly or wrongly, and for whatever reason, both education and knowledge of English – no one can deny its increasing … Continue reading

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