Monday, 16 October 2017

Swastika a pious symbol

Read an exclusive article on the Swastika  symbol written by Hemant Padhya.

Swastika/ Culture & Heritage: Pious Symbol Distorted by West 

Swastika is the only symbol in the world which has no barriers of culture, religion, race, language and civilisation - Hemant Padhya

Swastika symbol
Deepawali is the cardinal festival in the Vedic or Hindu calendar. Although it is known as festival of lights, it is also a festival of feast, worship and colourful floor patterns called Rangoli. The colourful floor patterns drawn during the Deepawali festival to welcome Goddess Lakshmi is dominated by the symbol of Swastika as it represents Shakti and good luck. Swastika has a great significance in all Vedic or Hindu religious rituals and sacraments.

Sunday, 29 January 2017


Dissolution of Tea worker's union PTWU leaded by Jhon Barla   in BHARATIYA TEA WORKERS UNION(BTWU) a Tea worker's union of BJP. A Photograph

Thursday, 19 January 2017

Statement of Shri J. Nanda Kumar

J.Nanda Kumar
 Statement of Shri J. Nanda Kumar (Akhil Bhartiya Sah Prachar Pramukh of RSS), January 16th, 2017
Smt. Vimala died today after battling burn injuries as a result of her house being set on fire on December
28th 2016 by CPM workers. Her tragic death is yet another entry to a growing list of atrocities that are
being perpetuated by CPM cadre, emboldened by the return of their party to political power in the 2016
Kerala assembly elections. Since CM Pinarayi has taken office there has been an alarming trend of CPM
cadre attacks on women and children. Smt Vimala is the latest victim of this organized savagery. In the
absence of any decisive action by the state government and law enforcement agencies, the political
violence has intensified and been emboldened, by the dual strategies of strategic silence and open
encouragement (reported in media reports) by party leaders. Today, this strategy has cost a young,

Wednesday, 11 January 2017

Suggestions for BJP for 2017 Assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh

By : Manmath Deshpande
Please pass on to BJP leaders whatever is deemed fit. This is a battle not just for the BJP, but for the Hindu society, for the nation, for ideology. Not just the BJP is fighting this battle, all nationalists are fighting this.

     Though what I will write may already be known, and I am no qualified person to give long lectures on such a topic, I am just giving a list of a few suggestions which could perhaps help the BJP in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections of February 2017. Any or all of them can be accepted or rejected. The following are my unsolicited suggestions:

Friday, 30 December 2016

Minority Panel Wants 12% More Quota for Muslims

The State Minorities Commission (SMC) on Thursday made a representation to the Telangana State Backward Classes Commission (TSBCC) pushing the case for a 12 percent quota for Muslims, an additional 8 percent over the existing 4 percent.

Explaining the rationale behind the demand, SMC chairman Abid Rasool Khan said, “If the government clears the 12 percent reservation, the existing 4 percent will be superseeded and a fresh GO will be issued. If its challenged in court, the existing 4 percent will be in danger. It is important to protect the existing quota. Therefore, we has asked reservations in the 4%+8% format, resulting in an aggregate of 12 percent.”

Thursday, 22 December 2016


Bhubaneswar,17/12:The Initiative for Moral and Cultural Training Foundation (IMCT) organised a Guru Pujan programme where around 500 teachers were worshiped by students reciting mantras at the Baramunda Ground here.
Aimed at reviving the old Guru-Sisya Parampara, the programme which was on its third day on Saturday witnessed many intellectuals, spiritual Gurus, award-winning teachers and common people attending the function.

Wednesday, 7 December 2016

‘No Hindus will be left after 30 years’

Dr Abul Barkat
Reprinted specially for our reader : Eminent economist and researcher Dr Abul Barkat says that there will be no Hindus left in the country three decades from now.
“The rate of exodus over the past 49 years points to that direction,” the Dhaka University teacher says in his book Political economy of reforming agriculture-land-water bodies in Bangladesh published yesterday.

Barakat was addressing the book launching ceremony at Senate Bhaban of Dhaka University.
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