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Categories for Perspective

  • A Misguided Narrative about Hindus and Hindutva

    December 23, 2021 8:06 am Published by

    Recently, a political leader made a disparaging remark about Hindutva. When poisoning the caste system fails, a new strategy is devised to make Hindus ashamed of their religion and culture.  Let us first define Hindu Dharma. Sanatan dharma, also known... View Article

  • Politics of Assassinations

    December 8, 2021 12:13 pm Published by

    In August 2008, Rahul Gandhi signed a secret MoU with China in the overbearing presence of Sonia Gandhi and Xi Jinping. Indians still do not have any clue about the contents of the MoU. The picture of this signing ceremony... View Article

  • UNIFORM CIVIL : CODE Equality amongst Communities

    November 24, 2021 10:11 am Published by

    While the  catastrophic Virus named Covid -19 spread its influence in length & breadth of the country  causing relentless  havoc; the submission of five petitions related to religion neutral inheritance & succession laws created no less tremor in legal corridors... View Article

  • India’s 18th century and the Marathas

    November 24, 2021 10:02 am Published by

    For long, the 18th century in India was regarded as a period of decline and chaos.India’s historiography generally agrees to the notion that 18thcentury was a period of Asian decline in maritime trade and the rise of European commercial, mercantile... View Article

  • Clash of Civilizations in the Subcontinent

    November 1, 2021 5:44 pm Published by

    In 2016 in a Café in Dhaka, the jihadis lined up the diners, carried out identification parade, those who could recite the Kalma were spared, those with burqas were also spared, the rest were killed. A 19-year old Indian girl,... View Article

  • Was Tipu Sultan a patriot or a religious bigot?

    November 1, 2021 5:14 pm Published by

    In the month of November, some two hundred and seventy years ago in today’s Bengaluru rural district at Devanhalli, was born a son to Haidar Ali and his second wife Fakhr-un-Nissa. The child was named ‘Tipu’ in deference to saint... View Article

  • Pakistan Musalman versus Islam

    October 18, 2021 10:44 am Published by

    The demand for Pakistan was to secure homeland for Muslims. This was logically tenuous, as a sizeable chunk of Muslim population despite their pro-Pakistan proclivities chose to stay in India. In the 1946 elections, 86 percent of the Indian Muslims... View Article


    September 29, 2021 9:42 am Published by

    Effective communication leads to success in all spheres of human life be it personal or professional. Communication is the process of transmitting, information, feelings, emotions,sentiments, thoughts, ideas and knowledge from one person to another. The sender isx the one who... View Article

  • India’s Revolutionary Extremism and the Kolkata-Poona Axis

    September 15, 2021 10:18 am Published by

    The incident of a bomb being hurled by two Bengali youths at Muzaffarpur in Bihar at some point of time over 100 years back is perhaps known to many. However, the build-up to that cataclysmic event, which marked the cult... View Article


    September 15, 2021 9:57 am Published by

    The ancient Indian corporate entity was known as guild. Literary evidence suggests that guilds existed in India as early as 800-1000 BC. A guild is an organisation of people who have the same interest or aims (Oxford Dictionary). It is... View Article