The sacred thread of Rakhi and our Hon’ble Justices
Dear hon’ble keepers of law, are Hindu traditions synonyms to the iron shackles in your books, which are used to restrict criminals from committing crimes?
The monuments of love – 2
In this post, we shall talk about the real reminiscences of love, which have been to a large extent, forgotten by us, and at times, some were on the verge of getting destroyed.
The monuments of love – 1 (The untold history of Taj Mahal)
Let’s see whether it is justified to call the Taj Mahal, a monument of love, because Taj Mahal was anything but symbol of LOVE!
Ajaz Ashraf, of The Scroll, with his WRONG interpretation about a freedom fighter, says Savarkar justified the idea of rape as a political tool
Savarkar quotes Ravana saying, “What? To abduct and rape the womenfolk of the enemy, do you call it irreligious? It is Parodharmah, the greatest duty!” The actual text quotes in Sanskrit as राक्षसांनां परो; धर्म: परदारा विघर्षणम् However, what the Scroll writer conveniently ignores is “राक्षसांनां”. According to the quoted statement, it’s the duty of a demon/monster.