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Sanjay Gupta

Sanjay Gupta frequently writes on the civilizational and cross-cultural issues. His interests include the comparative study of various cultural and social phenomena and their evolution with respect to Indic civilization. He has a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, and a Masters from Georgia Tech, Atlanta, USA. His professional career includes founding several technology and non-technology ventures. https://www.twitter.com/sgatlanta

Lessons from Trumpland: Until the police arrive

Tribute to Veer Savarkar, a visionary who had called upon Hindus to militarize long ago. He had seen this predicament and knew that Hindus need to be militarized to survive against a bloodthirsty ideology after centuries of subjugation.

Let us bury Gandhi’s three-monkeys

Our dharma values “Satyamev Jayate”, the insistence on truth with courage, not peace or submission.  While looking inwards is encouraged, confronting the evil outside (“Karmanye Vadhikaraste”) is as much a part of our dharma.

My journey through Greece, a discovery of India

Some great similarities between Indian and Greece culture.

I will know the election result one day ahead of India

About the results of General Election 2019

The battle is on; let us play our part

Let us all pick up a ‘Dhela’ and hurl it at the powerful enemy of corruption, terrorism, separatism, casteism, jihadism and communism.

Why renaming Mughalsarai was long overdue and its totally justified

The great soul Pt. Deendayal died here and this place should be dedicated to this nationalist than the invaders.

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The history of India – a story of distortion by marxists

By interpreting history only on the basis of economic monopoly can not eradicate the wrongdoings which were done based on religion.

Democracy has stung Communism big time in Galwan

China has spoiled relations with entire neighbourhood and well beyond its capacity to manage. The fool cards like BRI, blank cheque diplomacy and the debt-traps can buy few leaders of poor countries for short-term, but turn people of these nations into long-term enemies as well.

Religious secularism

With the hypocritical standards which are followed in this country, a person is looked down upon to celebrate an historical moment in his religion.

मोदी को न राम से बड़ा बताया है और न ही जय श्रीराम का उदघोष साम्प्रदायिक है

हिन्दू धर्म में तुलसीदास और सूरदास जैसे कई कवियों ने भगवान कृष्ण और राम के लिये वात्सल्य भाव का प्रयोग किया है। आज भी वैष्णव सम्प्रदाय में भगवान की वात्सल्य भाव से पूजा की जाती है तथा उन्हें परिवार के एक बालक की तरह ही देखा जाता है।

What the Ram Temple means to a Hindu

The difference between Hindu diversity and Christian or Muslim diversity - while the latter began as one and split with differences of opinion, we began as many and came together under one blanket, while retaining individual identities – the ultimate balancing act

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Curious case of Swastika

Swastika (स्वस्तिक) literally means ‘let there be good’ (su "good" and asti "let it be"), or simply ‘good it is’ implying total surrender to paramatma and acceptance of the fruits of karma.

Democracy has stung Communism big time in Galwan

China has spoiled relations with entire neighbourhood and well beyond its capacity to manage. The fool cards like BRI, blank cheque diplomacy and the debt-traps can buy few leaders of poor countries for short-term, but turn people of these nations into long-term enemies as well.

Jainism’s Rama

In Jainism re-telling of Ramayana, Rama (also known as Padma), a gentle hero, is not the one who kills Ravana. Instead, his younger brother Lakshmana kills Ravana, the king of Rakshasas, who are otherwise a civilized and vegetarian people.

Striking similarities between the death of Parveen Babi and Sushant Singh Rajput: A mere co-incidence or well planned murders?

Together Rhea and Bhatt’s media statements subtly and cleverly project Sushant as some kind of a nut job like Parveen Babi, another Bhatt conjuring.

National Education Policy 2020 envisions to revive the ancient Indian wisdom, philosophy, human ethics and value system

The NEP 2020 is indeed has the potential to make India – Atmanirbhar if implemented properly. It envisions to make India a knowledge driven society and become Vishwa Guru in the field of education.
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