India's turbulent past has been hidden while its prowess undermined by colonialists and neo-colonialists alike.
Kishkindha, as the kingdom of the Vanara King Sugriva evokes feelings that transport you to another time.
The work carried out and the policies implemented during the last five years have once again raised India's standing in the world.
Despite repeated onslaughts, Hindus found innovative ways to protect their civilization.
Decades of propaganda in our school textbooks have brainwashed our youth into despising their own heritage.
Sanatana Dharma looks at menstruation through a broad lens unlike other cultures across the world.
Two decades after initially releasing his book, the author still holds the same biases regarding AIT without having come to terms with recent developments.
A synopsis of "The heathen in his blindness", in which Professor S. N. Balagangadhara demolishes the idea of analyzing non-Abrahamic cultures through the western religious framework obsessed with theory-making.
Ian Hancock's book on the Romani people, who trace their origins to India, is an instructive account of Romani history, identity and the challenges they face in the quasi-hostile environs of the modern West.
That the Vedic influence on Tamil people is undeniable, profound and as ancient as their culture itself is a fact that goes contrary to the Dravidian political discourse but is nevertheless true, according to the authoritative book by India's foremost epigraphist.