The lack of understanding of Dharmic knowledge and its gradual dilution has left a void in our society which has been filled by self-proclaimed experts who act as scholars.
An interview with Jagadguru Shri Nishchalananda Saraswati ji, Shankaracharya of the Govardhan Math of Puri.
Seeing through the schizophrenic constructs of the Nehruvian state and rediscovering their heritage is the only way for Indians to deal with modernity without losing their distinctness.
There is absolutely no rationale in denying ourselves the knowledge of our ancient civilization, and infusing our educational curriculum with Indic knowledge is the only way to channelizing the energy of the teeming masses for the purpose of nation building.
In this first of a two part interview, we speak with Dr Koenraad Elst about his areas of research, his books and his interest in Indian history, triggered by the politics around the Ram Temple in the late eighties.
Lord Krishna represents the ideal being whose virtuous qualities have long been ingrained in India's consciousness.