As long as the LeLis live in denial, their predictions are not going to get any better. They are going to be disconnected from the ground realities.
The “silent majority” loves democracy. They understand that their country needs them more on the day of voting than on the day when someone from the “loud minority” decided to vilify the state or their favourite leaders on social media.
Our actions are political expressions, and the act of not wearing a Tilak was a political expression perhaps coerced out of our ancestors. Our past political history has kept no stone unturned to demoralize Hinduism and its holy practices.
Mr. Yechuri please read Ramayana and Mahabharata once, they clearly condemns violence and wars. It is the last choice against Adharma.
Even after independence, we chose to drive the people who were the biggest exploiters of humanity and then somehow adopted their culture and started believing their version of our history.
Mediating on god’s behalf – Gauging the efficacy, constitutionality and the socio-legal repercussions of the Mediation process referred in the case of Ayodhya Ram Janmabhoomi dispute
Over the past few weeks, we have witnessed a Brobdingnagian outcry by the intelligentsia regarding the neutrality of mediators.
Students For Change, is a group of a handful of students who have no following at BHU. Their attempt to stall Sri Sri’s event and spread false information about it is yet another reflection of illiberal left militancy on college campuses.