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Hinduism = zero intolerance

Hinduismzero intolerance

India is not a land of persecution, but of debate, dialogue and enquiry. Everyone can follow a different path to worship and salvation, make varied lifestyle choices, and still co-exist in harmony. This Diwali, four leading spiritual gurus shine a light on tolerance as the fundamental Indian way of life.


Ajit Doval – The Chanakya in the team

Ajit Doval-The Chankaya in the team

Just as Prime Minister Narendra Modi assumes office after a blitzkrieg electoral offensive that saw Congress and its allies vanquished as never before, the dishonest and inefficient bureaucrats in the South and North Blocks are scurrying for cover. At the same time, there are officers of unimpeachable integrity and enormous potential who were thus far ignored by a scam-ridden, dysfunctional regime headed by a gentleman who would perhaps be remembered as the most unheard and unseen Prime Minister of India. Whereas there would be many brains of excellence in the Modi Team, India’s new National Security Advisor (NSA), Ajit Doval distinguishes himself from the rest in many ways.


The Case for Sanskrit as National Language of India

The Case of Sanskrit as National Language of India

Hindi is a regional language

Based on massive historical evidence in the form of lakhs of books in Sanskrit written by authors spanning over several millennia and spanning the length and breadth of India and covering every imaginable branch of knowledge, one can say with confidence that at the pan-India level Sanskrit is mukhya(principal) and all other languages including Hindi are gouṇa (subordinate). 


The next level of lowness by media

The next level of lowness by media

The next level of prostitution by our presstitutes will be news like this:

1. Goel ji's 4 year old daughter bites Guptaji's 3 year old daughter. Younger Goel children are being persecuted by Guptas.

2. Mishra ji's wife buys a saree worth Rs. 700 from She then flaunts it in front of Shrama ji's wife who bought the same saree for Rs. 730. Mishras are facing cruelty in India.