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Hindu, Hinduism and Hindustan: Part XIV
Supreme Consciousness, Soul and Salvation

by Dr. Jaipal Singh
Hinduism (Sanatana Dharma) is widely acclaimed as the ‘oldest religion’ in the world. Many scholars regard Hinduism as a fusion or synthesis of various Indian cultures and traditions, with diverse roots and no single founder unlike other religions of the world. Read On

Are we in the Kali Yuga or in the Dvapara Yuga?
by Dr. Rajen Barua
According to the traditional view of the Hindu (Indian) Cosmology, we are at present in the Kali Yuga which is to go for many more thousands of years. All the Hindu scriptures and astronomical works say so. However, it has now been shown that we have actually crossed the Kali Yuga and have entered into the Dvapara Yuga. Read On

The Fate of Sourashtrum!
by T. A. Ramesh
If some community people like the Sourashtrians can migrate from the North to somewhere in the South and live for more than three centuries or so it is only because of the similarities of their own culture, the State culture and the national culture. Read On

Science and Education: Which Way to Go?
by Gollamudi Radha Krishna Murty
In a fascinating interview K Vijaya Raghavan, a developmental biologist, who is known to be forthcoming in discussions on ‘Science Policy’, has made three very candid observations that merit the attention of all those who are concerned about nurturing scientific excellence in the country. Read On

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