Aashrai Shrivaths

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Political Consultant, aspiring author, linguist of Indo-European languages, ultra-nationalist far right winger, proud pagan (Vedicist) - follower of the many of Aryan sages, Gods, poets and seers throughout the ages
In a day and age when Rama Himself is being foul mouthed by descendants of the very people He once ruled, here is an excerpt from Valmiki himself as to what Rama’s day and age looked like. 12 Yojanas long...
Secularism as a concept sounds extremely amazing and humanitarian. It seems to enforce a belief that everyone is equal and it evokes extreme support from a lot of people from various demographies thanks to its allure. But then again,...
The Chinese backing down at Doklam has been alternately getting overrated and underrated alike. While some tabloids have started absurd comparisons (such as calling Ajit Doval some kind of ‘James Bond’), others have been quite openly calling India a...
Amid the torrent of media hyping of the recapture of Mosul, it has to be noted that the ISIS is no organization. It is an ideology. A cult. That being said, one might ask oneself what this recapture of Mosul...
महाशापः अस्ति यत् एतत् लेख्यं मया आङ्ग्लभाषायां लेखनीयं | परन्तु किमहं कुर्यायं? भारतवर्षे अद्य न कश्चित् संस्कृतभाषां अवगच्छति - It is a great curse that this essay had to be written in English. But what can I do? No...
While people from every political camp debate the validity of the Muslim personal law, what people don’t realize is the lack of a historical approach to this problem. Purely by accident, I stumbled upon the Fatwa-e Alamgiri – a...
Not too long ago, when Brahamdagh Bugti, the son of Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti – the slain Baloch leader, made an impassioned appeal to the Indian media stating unequivocally that Balochistan was supposed to have been an independent nation,...
What surprises me these days is not the fact that Hindus all over India fret and fume over the Islamization of Kashmir. What does surprise me is the short memory Hindus have. We Hindus as a nation in our...
Why Jallikattu is inherently Hindu: Vaishnavite tradition is profoundly descriptive about Jalikattu. Tamil Azhvars (Vaishnavite saints and seers) have for long sung about episodes of Krishna taming bulls. The bull and the cow are revered all across the so-called Dravidian...
Tamil Nadu’s golden age was a 1000 years ago and ever since the end of that age, the region never saw any large scale military-imperial revival. The Cholas were the last known patrons of Hindu art and literature, not...
Nehruvian socialism has always been a concept that believes in the uprooting of social norms, ethics and values in exchange for the economic infiltration of unrelated cultures into a native fabric. When India gained its independence in 1947, we...
One of the best solutions to keep control over a newly acquired state is to establish colonies therein. If this cannot be done, it is necessary to station a large army therein. Colonies do not cost much. Without expense,...