Tweet Mosaic: Internet Hindu thoughts on Bharat, Hindutva and Hinduism (6).

Tweet Mosaic: Internet Hindu thoughts on Bharat, Hindutva and Hinduism (6).

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What Fuels Hindutva Phobia…?

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Tweet Mosaic: Internet Hindu thoughts on Bharat, Hindutva and Hinduism (5).

Tweet Mosaic: Internet Hindu thoughts on Bharat, Hindutva and Hinduism (5).

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On Anti-Hindutvavadi-ism-isms.

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Tweet Mosaic: Internet Hindu thoughts on Bharat, Hindutva and Hinduism (4).

Tweet Mosaic: Internet Hindu thoughts on Bharat, Hindutva and Hinduism (4).

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On Opposing Islamism With Hindutva…

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Tweet Mosaic: Internet Hindu thoughts on Bharat, Hindutva and Hinduism (3).

Tweet Mosaic: Internet Hindu thoughts on Bharat, Hindutva and Hinduism (3).

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Is Hindutva Just Another Religion Politicised?

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Tweet Mosaic: Internet Hindu thoughts on Bharat, Hindutva and Hinduism (1)

Tweet Mosaic: Internet Hindu thoughts on Bharat, Hindutva and Hinduism (1)

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In a quest to develop a secular democratic framework for human development across the globe, we’ve been researching philosophies originating from civilisations outside of the Western world. We’ve found India (or Bharat, which is its indigenous name) to be an enchanting and truly vibrant case study. At its height – before it was invaded by British mercenaries, invaded by Islamic jihadists and even before then, before it was named ‘Hindustan’ by Arabs and Persians – India was one of the world’s top civilisations with significant achievements in science, mathematics, literature, philosophy, medicine, astronomy and architecture. Hindus also adhered to highly ethical conducts when organising society, and in warfare. Their neighbours to the East in China and to the West in Arabia found them to be relatively humane and tolerant in the way they conducted themselves.

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