Indian Hindus who grew up after independence have never fully processed the trauma of colonialism. An Article by Murali Balaji, In 2004 I was dispatched to India to cover the aftermath of the devastating tsunami, and afterward I took the opportunity to spend time with my grandfather in Chennai andContinue Reading

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India continues to move fast-paced forward towards total dhimmitude.  Dhimmitude is known as the status of non-Muslims under Muslim rule and in this case, the dhimmis are Hindus who are too busy singing Ishwar Allah Tero Naam (IATN) bhajans, not realizing the imminent dangers of the barbaric desert cult.  DhimmitudeContinue Reading

Agraharams in Tamil Nadu are increasingly turning Islamic at an alarming pace. Agraharams are centuries-old ancient traditional Brahmin settlements in villages. It consists of row houses flanking both sides of a road with its own Temple and all activities of the residents based on the Temple ecosystem. The Agraharam rowContinue Reading

Akshaya Trithiya or Akha Teej, is a highly auspicious day which falls on the third day after Amavasya (No Moon / New moon) in the Indian calendar month of Vaishakha. This traditional festival seems insignificant in comparison to some of the more glamorous festivals of the land. For whatever reason this festival came into being,Continue Reading

For years I did not know what opportunities to practice equanimity I had missed, till I finally got a TV set some 3 years ago. In the beginning, I certainly did not remain calm under all circumstances. What intense emotions in just an hour of listening to panelists on theContinue Reading