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 the archetypal spiritual warrior. Here the author examines the qualities of the spiritual warrior, according to ancient Hinduism, and his place in society.] The Jedi […]

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 CEOs who have ground their corporation into the ground, to boom and bust cycles and environmental devastation — are clear to everyone. Trust in business […]

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 reason our subconscious is fascinated with Royalty; it represents the time honored traditions of the native lands themselves, their culture and their original inhabitants, becoming […]

Ramakrishna: Did he Really Practice Other religions?

Ramakrishna Coexist

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’. The latter slogan was popularized by Mahatma Gandhi as sarva-dharma-samabhâva, a formula officially approved and upheld in the BJP’s constitution.n 1983, RK Mission spokesman Swami […]