Why Is India Far Behind In The Arena Of Modern Inventions?

The political establishments post the 15th August 1947 ‘Transfer of Power’ are responsible for not laying  out an educational framework based on real historical facts that would have completely restored the nation’s somewhat weakened self esteem as a result of centuries long barbaric invasions and colonial oppression. In fact, right at the start of the Nehruvian

Padma Awards 2021: Personification Of India’s Meritocracy & Inclusivity

The Padma Awards are the highest civilian honours that were constituted 67 years ago to honour Indians who have established themselves as distinguished individuals by dint of their work. This year’s Padma Awards have been remarkable and different. Padma Awards 2021 felicitate individuals for their distinguished services to humanity whilst bringing inclusivity to the foreground. Also

‘All Political Discourse Today In France Sounds Like Debate About India’

A non-resident Indian citizen based in Paris, Akshay Bakaya has been teaching Hindi for the last 30 years to French and other foreign nationals, many of whom have made a name for themselves in diplomacy, academia and classical arts. In other words, he has been a vehicle of India’s soft power in France. He spoke to Aarti

Lenin’s Tug Of War With Modern Physics (Part 2)

Carrying forward  the argument from the last piece on the anti-science cult of Marxists, churches suppressed science because not many discoveries had come their way and they always wanted to preserve orthodoxy. But the persecution of science by Marx and his followers was indeed a troubling revelation for me as they always portray themselves to

Cultural Atheism Making Indian Marxists Hostile to Indian Civilisation

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the installation of a giant statue of Adi Sankara at Kedarnath on November 5, 2021. On the reconstructed Samadhi of the great seer Prime Minister said, “Adi Shankaracharya’s samadhi is a supernatural view of India’s spiritual prosperity and breadth.” “The meaning of Shankar in Sanskrit is – ‘Sham Karoti Saha Shankarah’,