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Bharat Vikhandan

Bharat Vikhandan

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Bharat Vikhandan is a book that speaks in favour of the latent potential within India and its diverse culture. It argues that the country's integrity is being diluted by three prominent Western cultures and discusses the resulting effects of the process. This book examines the origins of the famous Dravidian movement that shaped the vast culture of our nation, while also focusing on the Dalit Identity and its current situation. It has been also noted that the book predominantly concentrates on the subordination, surveillance and subversion of Independent India. Bharat Vikhandan makes for a powerful read while closely observing the changing trends in modern India and questioning the reasons behind its growth and eventual dilution. It makes for an eye-opener and is a wakeup call to th...
Breaking India: Western Interventions in Dravidian and Dalit Faultline

Breaking India: Western Interventions in Dravidian and Dalit Faultline

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Anything prevalent to the current day, is sure to have its root cause dated long back in time. Sometimes, an insight into ‘why’ something is happening the way it is, leads to a greater understanding. Know about the interventions of the West on the Eastern traditions: ‘Breaking India: Western Interventions in Dravidian and Dalit Faultlines’ is a book that puts light on how the various western bodies like the Church, Researchers and thinkers, Western government groups and organizations brought about a crisp distinction between the blurred identity of the Dravidians and the Dalit communities and also the other parts of the 'then India'. Half a decade of research and information gathering from multiple reliable sources has finally led to the compilation of ‘Breaking India: Western Interventio...
Academic Hinduphobia: A Critique of Wendy Doniger’s Erotic School of Indology

Academic Hinduphobia: A Critique of Wendy Doniger’s Erotic School of Indology

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The departments for the study of ancient India (Indology) and South Asian Studies in the West are the last bastions of colonialism today. In the name of scholarship, which is often hatred and racism in disguise, Hindus are routinely characterized as misogynists, oppressive, anti-minority, irrational, violent and debauched. The author terms this mass-produced hate-mongering literature as ‘Atrocity Literature’. Indian culture, he says, is reduced to ‘cows, caste, curry, sati and dowry.’ If these scholars are to be believed, several sections of Hindu society are apparently in need of being ‘saved’ by those bearing the white (wo)man’s burden even today. This volume is a compilation of several path-breaking essays, most of which were published online at the turn of the century.