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Farmers, Darkweb, Opposition, Hindu Civilization, Deepika Padukon, ladakh, Temple

Mr. Modi has destroyed the web of relations congress built with neighbors says Rahul Gandhi.

Mythologist Author Devdutt Pattanaik's Abusive Tweets

Who is Devdutt Pattanaik ?  Devdutt Pattanaik  is an Indian mythologist, [1]  speaker, illustrator, and author, [2]  known for his writing on sacred lore, legends, folklore, fables, and parables. [3]  His work focuses largely on the areas of myth, religion, mythology, and management. Pattanaik has incorporated the Mahabharata and the Ramayana into human resource management. [4]  He has written books on the relevance of sacred stories, symbols, and rituals in modern times; his more popular books include  Myth = Mithya: A Handbook of Hindu Mythology [5] ;   Jaya: An Illustrated Retelling of the Mahabharata [6] ;  and  Sita: An Illustrated Retelling of the Ramayana [7]  and My Gita. Pattanaik writes columns for  Mid-Day , [8]  Times of India, [9]   Swarajya , [10]  CN Traveller, [11]  Daily O [12]  and [13]  He hosts a radio show/podcast for Radio Mirchi  [14]  called the Devdutt Patnaik Show. - Wikipedia In a world without social media, Pattanaik would most likely continue to

15 Cases where True Indology exposed Devdutt Pattanaik

I am one out of such thousands of Twitter users who finds True Indology ( @tiinexile ) to be the best available source of knowledge regarding India’s History. I decided to compile those 15 cases where True Indology has exposed fraud claims of Devdutt Pattanaik on Twitter. Case 1 Devdutt Pattanaik’s Claim :    True Indology’s Response:  "A woman is pure. Nothing about her is impure. Without her, no man would exist"- Kokashastra "Where women are revered, there the Gods rejoice"- Manusmriti Hinduism is the only extant religion that worships feminine as divine. I challenge you to produce a source for the statement Case 2 Devdutt Pattanaik's : Article - A classical language by devdutt pattanaik. Below screenshot is from that article True Indology’s Response:  In this article, Devdutt Pattanaik says that Prakrit came earlier than Sanskrit. I would have laughed at his ignorance, his utter lack of basic linguistic knowledge, and

Understanding Yog Part 2

First learn what is yoga is, yoga what we see now is just aasana. a complete yoga also include chanting of mantra, surya namaskar, medication, raising your kundalini. all these concept are incompatible with abrahmic religion and are dharmic/religion in nature. - Rohit Om Don't know why they still call it Yoga. They should simply call it a workout. Yes, THEIR yoga is not Hindu. Its purpose is just to boost their physique. The Purpose of real yoga(योगः चित्त वृत्ति निरोधः) is getting above physique, materialism, and breaking out of mundane bonds. - True Indology Why blame the west when our own guru (if Sri Sri calls himself a Hindu guru) are at forefront of calling yoga as a non-Hindu secular (areligious) practice. this is Dinesh from Art of Living, where he is mocking trueindology. In the early colonial period, Jesuit missionaries declared both Yoga & surgery were "Hindu abomination". While they continue to treat Yoga as such, they've adopted surgery & no longe

Brief History of Hindu Word. Americal Historian Vs True Indology

American historian @audreytruschke claims that the word "Hindu" referred to any non-Muslim Indian and did not denote any specific religious community until the 19th century. This is a blatant lie. It is a very widespread myth that in Pre-modern India "Hindu" meant any non-Muslim. Many people claim that the word Hindu in Medieval Muslim Chronicle refers to any Non-Muslim and Non-Christian. This myth has also been lapped up by Hindu nationalists who claim that "Hindu" referred to any to any Non-Muslim Non-Christian Pagan of India. Is that really so? As always, primary sources debunk the whole myth on first look. Take the description of Arakan(Rakhine) on the Bengal border in the medieval Indo- Muslim historical chronicle "Riyaz Us Salatin" He describes the population of Chittagong hills, who are primarily Buddhist even today. The medieval author very clearly, and very correctly, says Buddhists of Bengal Hills are "neither Hindus nor Muslims&q