Opinion  /  Published 17.05.19

Not for the gods of small things

By Chandrima S. Bhattacharya

Opinion  /  Published 01.06.19

Top class show by England

Sir — England, who are the favourites to lift the World Cup this time, got off to a flying start in their inaugural match against South Africa at The Oval on Thursday. The co-hosts of the tournament...
By The Telegraph

India  /  Published 29.09.19

Hindutva is an assault on Hinduism: Tharoor

The political project of Hindutva is nothing less than an assault on Hinduism, but where the life-affirming religion has for millennia proved its resilience to external attacks, it is now revealing it...
By PTI in New Delhi

India  /  Published 01.11.18

Preachers beaten up with hockey sticks

Over two dozen Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad activists barged into a Christian prayer meeting in an Agra hotel on Tuesday and attacked the preachers with hockey sticks, alleging they were conv...
By Piyush Srivastava in Lucknow

Entertainment  /  Published 28.03.20

Inclusive mantra

Have you heard of Jhulelal, the preferred god of the Sindhis? He’s almost exclusively worshipped by the community that hails from around the Indus river but little is known about him by most others....


India  /  Published 24.03.20

God in the time of Coronavirus

Is the Brahman sending us a message?Lord Shiva, the destroyer of ignorance, has been fairly clear. Of the 12 Jyotirlinga temples, the standing committee of the divine government, 10 left humans to the...
By Saloni Meghani

India  /  Published 01.04.19

Congress labelled peace-loving Hindus as terrorists: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday launched a broadside against the Congress, accusing it of branding “peace-loving Hindus” as terrorists and insulting those who follow the religion. Launching...
By PTI in Wardha

Books  /  Published 22.12.18

Myanmar Hindus don't want to be known as Bengali

We find the place easily, the mandir the Shwezedi monk told us about. The main gate of the temple is wide open and we walk in. As we enter, my eyes sting from the wood smoke that hangs over the place ...
By Abhijit Dutta

Opinion  /  Published 22.03.19

Listen to the Brahmaputra

A river is a rite of passage, a flow of narrative few men understand. It connects past and present, upstream and downstream, links creation myths to everyday history. A river is a composite of time in...
By Shiv Visvanathan

Opinion  /  Published 09.11.18

Push to replace Southall town hall with temple

The smallest geographies can often conjure large, often lingering, patterns of politics. A crossroads in Sarajevo. A beer hall in Munich. A palace called Winter. A harbour called Pearl. A line called ...
By Sankarshan Thakur


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