Category Archives: India

Women of the Revolution: The Female Image in Revolutionary Propaganda

The woman warrior and the female image — sometimes mythological — have long played a significant role in stirring men to action, both in ancient tribal society and the modern…

The Jedi, the Hindu Kshatriya, and The Birth of the Spiritual Warrior

[The article below has been adapted from The Jedi in the Lotus by Steven J. Rosen, published by Arktos. In part II, Rosen will explore the guru/student relationship and the training of…

Sanskrit and its place in Hindutva

The Sanskrit Controversy

Some sixty to forty years ago, the Jan Sangh, precursor of the BJP, was 100% in favour of the replacement of English with a native language. Because the Constituent Assembly…

the influence of the vedas and upanishads on the west

Discovering the Ancient Indian Influence on the Great Minds

It was a winter day in 1988, when I was traveling to Delhi I had picked up the book The Discovery of India by Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru from a newsstand in Guwahati Railway…

Two Birds in a Tree: A Book Review

Believing that profit should be the primary and ultimate concern of business, it has disconnected from society, humanity, nature, and higher values. The results — from multi-million dollar bonuses for…

Rama riding Hanuman with his monkey army.

Indian Summer: The Political Colors of Hindutva

In this hour of the need, when every hope appears to be destroyed, we have to consider the past very carefully so that we can begin to reverse the actions…

The Case for Indian Royalty

The West has trained the minds of those they have conquered to see democratic rule as the only way. Undoubtedly, democracy has brought us many benefits, but there is a…

Russian philosopher Azsacra Zarathustra with eagle.

Indo-Europe Rising: A Book Review

Containing 69 theses, Indo-Europe Rising by Azsacra Zarathustra (43 pages; published by Cyberwit, India) is a manifesto that lays the groundwork for a revolution of spirit and action in Asia and Europe. However,…

Ramakrishna Coexist

Ramakrishna: Did he Really Practice Other religions?

The central argument of the RK Mission for its non-Hindu character was that, unlike Hinduism, it upheld the ‘equal truth of all religions’ and the ‘equal respect for all religions’….