Ravilochanan Aiyangar of the Indic Collective speaks with Ravish Ratnam about the proceedings of the Padmanabhaswamy temple case in Kerala HC while also addressing the broader aspects of state interference in the management of Hindu temples.
Researching the ancient texts of India through a cross-disciplinary approach yields amazing solutions to contemporary problems.
Sanskrit forms the substratum of all achievements of the Hindu civilization. In order to access the immense knowledge of the ancients and then applying it to solve problems of the modern era, the revival of Sanskrit is absolutely necessary.
Indian art must reconnect with the masses and for that we need individual artists, corporates and the state to contribute to the yajna of revival.
The reverence for cow in the Indic tradition comes from a deep ecological awareness that does not place the human being at the center of the cosmos.
The source of misrepresentation of India in popular arts or the media is a deep-rooted hatred of many academicians for Hinduism, which comes from their blind faith in colonial era pseudo-scholarship.
Exploring the evolution of political ideologies across the political spectrum and questioning its validity in the Indian context.