Firstpost Articles

How fundamental concept of Hindu temples differs from Abrahamic shrines

Gopal Mukherjee: The man who led Hindu resistance and saved Calcutta from falling into Pakistani hands

Reclaiming lost Hindu pride, rebuilding our temple

Goa’s glorious Hindu history and brutal Inquisition: A long forgotten and rarely discussed saga

Swastika is not Hitler’s chosen symbol, so why should Hindus take blame for it?

Maa Kali row: Why it is so cool to malign Hindu gods and goddesses, but it may not be that easy now

Why Indian history textbooks at the school level curriculum must be changed without delay

Bengali New Year: Busting the myth of Akbar starting Bangabda

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Bengal’s never-ending night of political killings and Hindu persecution

From Goa inquisition to Moplah riots: As India debates The Kashmir Files, a look at Hindu genocides

It is now essential for Hindus to speak up for themselves and for the government to throw light on atrocities against them

Nothing new in Hindu genocide in Bangladesh, just nature of violence has changed

The big Aryan-Dravidian debate: Inventing an invasion that never took place in India

The Aryan issue started way back in the 16th Century (1584) when an Italian trader named Philippo Sessetti came to Goa and learnt some Sanskrit words and found them similar to Latin and Greek. Based only on this similarity and without any hard evidence, the nineteenth century European scholars, the famous among them being Max Müller and Muir, proposed the Aryan Invasion Theory (AIT) ….

Decoding the great historical conspiracy to turn Saraswati into a mythical river

Recent scientific research, British era documentations by geologists and other experts, and our ancient texts speak of a mighty river that originated in the Himalayas and reached the Arabian sea

‘Indians lack cultural unity and continuity from ancient past’: People who say this are lying and here’s why

Indian culture and religion do not lack continuity. They have evolved over time, but kept the core meaning and values intact