Śrī Rāma had one wife. Period.
We examine a Christian conceit that Christianity uplifted India while Hinduism supposedly impoverished it.
Confused about why we write articles defending Hinduism against ignorant distortions? Read on for salient examples of what happens when anti-Hindu prejudices are not corrected….
According to sectarian proselytizers who never studied the Vedas and don’t know Sanskrit, Vedas are actually against Hinduism and are guiding us towards Islam.
Is there a rational, logical, evidence-based case for the theory that Brāhmins are collectively elitist, privileged, oppressive, or exploitive?
Discrimination and violence against Hindus and Hinduism is real, yet they are under-represented, down-played, or even normalized in the popular media.
The practice of enslaving innocent people was not a part of the Vedic social system. We examine this view with regard to the unsubstantiated claim that Śrī Rāma allegedly gave away “slave-girls.”
Rāma had only one wife, and those who claim otherwise have obviously never even read the Rāmāyaṇa.
The universe is one family. It’s not Hindu revisionism, but a genuine Vedic principle.
Awful Audrey attacks again, publicly implying that the Hindu principle of “vasudhaiva kuṭumbakam” (world is one family) is merely Vishva Hindu Parishad propaganda.
She is just plain wrong again, as usual.
The Supreme Lord of the universe dwells within every living being regardless of temporary, external attributes such as caste, race, and sex. Hence, the śāstras teach us that injuring any living being is equal to trying to injure Him.