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The new age politics of gender in the Hindutva movement and...

On the evening of September 5, 2017, barely two steps away from her residence in southwest Bangalore, journalist Gauri Lankesh was shot dead by...

Teach Hate Young: RSS Leader’s School Gets Kids to Re-Enact Babri...

New Delhi: A school in Karnataka run by a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh leader made children re-enact the demolition of the Babri Masjid in a...

History revisited: Was Veer Savarkar really all that brave?

Savarkar was chargesheeted in the assassination of Gandhi but exonerated, largely because no corroborative evidence of his involvement was furnished.

RSS and School Education

Excerpted from the Book Titled "RSS School Texts and the Murder of Mahatma Gandhi" published by Sage Publications RSS And School Education The values of...

Essentials of Hindutva: Vinayak Damodar Savarkar

At the end of the last century, a dangerous new idea was brewing in India – that of Hindu nationalism, of carving India out...

We, Or Our Nationhood Defined: Madhav Sadashiv Golwalkar

Madhav Sadashiv Golwalkar, or M. S. Golwalkar, was the second Sarsanghchalak, or supremo, of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), the Hindu right-wing cultural organization...

India under threat from the ideology that killed Mahatma Gandhi

The makeover in the image of Nathuram Godse is for everyone to see: from a murderer, a conspirator, terrorist to a ‘martyr’ who supposedly ‘deserves’ a temple in his name everywhere

Hindu Mahasabha rejected the Constitution of India, preferred Manusmriti

'The worst about the new constitution of Bharat is that there is nothing Bharatiya about it. In our constitution there is no mention of the unique constitutional development in ancient Bharat. Manu’s Laws were written long before Lycurgus of Sparta or Solon of Persia. To this day his laws as enunciated in the Manusmriti excite the admiration of the world and elicit spontaneous obedience and conformity. But to our constitutional pundits that means nothing'

How the Hindu Munnani s Vinayaga Chaturthi to spew venom

"The Christians and Muslims living here, they are not born on this soil. They might have changed their religion. If the ones who have converted say they cannot live here, then they must leave. They should not live here giving any trouble to the Hindus."

Hindu Mahasabha leader celebrates Mahatma Gandhi’s death by shooting him again

Hindu Mahasabha national secretary Shakun Pandey shot at an effigy of Mahatma Gandhi on Wednesday, celebrating 'Martyr's Day' in Uttar Pradesh's Aligarh.

A life of Hindu supremacy: In conversation with a Bajrang Dal...

The author presents a personal, first-person, account of his experience of working with Bajrang Dal activists in Ahmedabad. He attempts to throw light on...

The lessons from Germany and Italy for the Sangh Parivar’s fascism

Renowned historian, Prof Sumit Sarkar analyzed how demolition of mosque at Ayodhya was beginning of street violence of the fascist tradition. A quarter century later many of Professor's worries have turned into reality.

The Man stoking nationalism in India could succeed Modi one day

Amit Shah’s pro-Hindu agenda threatens India’s secular roots.