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Kanhadade Prabandha (India's greatest patriotic saga of medieval times), Padmanabha's epic account of Kanhadade, tr., introd. and annotated by V.S. Bhatnagar
Padmanabha
1991, Paperback

a fourteenth century saga of hindu heroism vis-a-vis islamic imperialism.
Vindicated by time: the Niyogi committee report on Christian missionary activities, introd. by Sita Ram Goel
1998, Hardcover

the constitution of independent india adopted in january 1950 made things quite smooth for christian missions. they surged forward with renewed vigour. nationalist resistance to what had been viewed as an imperialist incubus during the struggle for freedom from british rule, broke down when the very leaders who had frowned upon it started speaking in its favour. voices which st ...
Whither Sikhism?
Ram Swarup
1991, Paperback
Where are they? (Communists under Communism)
Ram Swarup
1955, pdf

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Netaji and the CPI
Sita Ram Goel
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Nehru's fatal friendship
Sita Ram Goel
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Manna: the heavenly food
Ram Swarup
1960, pdf

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An Indictment: whose responsibility for the failure of 1942
Ram Swarup
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Hindu-Sikh relationship
Ram Swarup
1985, pdf

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Gandhism and communism: principles and technique
Ram Swarup
1955, pdf

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Gandhian economics: a supporting technology
Ram Swarup
1977, pdf

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Foundations of Maoism
Ram Swarup
1966, pdf

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The folly of recognising Red China
KD Sethna
1950, pdf

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The emerging national vision
Sita Ram Goel
1986, pdf

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Christianity: an imperialist ideology, by TR Vedantham, Ram Swarup and Sita Ram Goel
1983, pdf

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The Hindu view of Education
Ram Swarup
1971, pdf

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Red Star over West Bengal
Ram Swarup
1967, pdf

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Dharampal: collected writings, 5 vols.
2007, Paperback

vol.1: indian science and technoloy in the eighteenth century vol.2: civil disobedience in indian tradition vol.3: the beautiful tree: indigenous indian education in the eighteenth century vol.4: panchayat raj and india\'s polity vol.5: essays on tradition, recovery and freedom
Psychology of prophetism: a secular look at the Bible
Koenraad Elst (b.1959)
1993, Paperback

in this book, the author presents an important new line of research into the origins of prophetic religions like christianity: the psychological analysis of certain mental phenomena which believers construe as divine revelation. the entire abrahamic tradition rests on the belief that the one god reveals his will to mankind through privileged messengers, called prophets. origina ...
Aryan invasion theory and Indian nationalism
Shrikant G Talageri
2003, Paperback

history is a very potent subject. politics can be, and very often is, based on it. a nation which forgets, or falsifies, or wilfully ignores, or glosses over the lessons of its history is a nation heading towards doom. and, conversely, when a nation is intended to be sent to its doom, a process of falsification of its history can be profitably launched. indian history, as it is ...
Islam vis-a-vis Hindu temples
Sita Ram Goel
2015, Paperback
Hindus and Hinduism: manipulation of meanings
Sita Ram Goel
2003, Paperback
Indian Muslims: who are they
KS Lal
2012, Paperback

several factors have contributed to the growth of muslim population in india-invading armies with their retinues, constant recruitment of soldiers from across the borders, red-carpet welcome extended to immigrants from muslim countries, forcible conversions, proselytization by means of pressures and temptations, large-scale polygamy with hindu women, and the proverbial muslim f ...
Genesis and growth of Nehruism, Vol.1: commitment to communism
Sita Ram Goel
1993, Hardcover

secularism has become a hallowed word in india\'s political parlance. every political party subscribes to secularism. muslim and leftist scholars and scribes of all hues have conferred on this concept a sanctity which is unknown in the history of india. they have been hailing it as the quintessence of what they uphold as india\'s composite culture. few people seem to know that ...
Jesus Christ: an artifice for aggression
Sita Ram Goel
2001, Paperback

the historicity of jesus christ as described in the gospels has been for a long time one of the principal dogmas of all christian denominations. in india where the history of the search for the jesus of history remains unknown even to the so-called educated elite, the missionaries continue to hawk this dogma without fear of contradiction. the scene in the modern west, however, ...
Jihad: the Islamic doctrine of permanent war
Suhas Majumdar
2016, Paperback

this book is one of the basic doctrines of islam, but the average indian\'s knowledge of it is both superficial and unsatisfactory. hindus usually render the term as dharmayuddha, but this rendering is totally misleading. dharmayuddha means `war fought according to rules laid down in the dharmashastras\' such as not attacking a person who does not have a weapon or has dropped i ...
Inner yoga (antaryoga), transl. from Bengali by Simanta Narayan Chatterjee, with an introd. by Ram Swarup
Anirvan
1995, Paperback

the katha upanishad says that man in the ordinary course looks outward but some seeking a greater life turn their gaze inward (avrttachakshu), and there they find the immortal life of their true self. yoga consists in developing this inward and upward look. taking the celebrated yogasutras of patanjali as his framework, sri anirvan explains the eight limbs of patanjala yoga in ...
Defence of Hindu society, 3rd enl. edition
Sita Ram Goel
2000, Paperback

the first principle which hindu society has to observe while preparing its defence is that it will stop processing and evaluating its own heritage in terms of ideas and ideals projected by closed creeds and pretentious ideologies. on the contrary, hindu society will henceforward process and evaluate the heritage of these creeds and ideologies in terms of its own categories of t ...
Muslim separatism: causes and consequences
Sita Ram Goel (b.1921)
2002, Paperback

contents: 1. the two behaviour patterns, 2. the national territorial tradition, 3. the national historical tradition, 4. the business of blaming the british, 5. the frustration of islam in india, 6. islmaic atavism renamed muslim revivalism, 7. journey from jihad to jee-huzuri, 8. national resurgence reviled as hindu revivalism, 9. loss of privileges portrayed as privation, 10. ...
The Ayodhya reference: the Supreme Court judgement and commentaries by Swapan Dasgupta et al
1995, Paperback

cases of the ramajanma bhumi--babri masjid had been rotting in the courts for over forty years. the controversy had led to great tension. the structure had been demolished. the president referred the core question to the supreme court. in spite of the way the matter had been handled earlier, a great deal was expected of the supreme court. after deliberating over the matter for ...
Arun Shourie and his Christian critic
1999, Paperback
Pope John Paul II on eastern religions and yoga: a Hindu-Buddhist rejoinder
Ram Swarup
1995, Paperback

as its very name describes, this volume is a rejoinder to pope john paul\'s recent book crossing the threshold of hope. while repeating old claims for the church and its dogmas, his book notices non-christian religions without the customary derogatory epithets. it is a new thing in christianity. in the past, other religions were simply handiwork of the devil, and it was the spe ...
The concept of Hindu nation
Abhas Chatterjee (1942- )
1995, Paperback

shri abhas chatterjee starts by clearing some prevalent misconceptions, namely, that the word hindu is a geographical concept, that our national identity is bharatiya, that people who have been converted to alien and inimical ideologies are nationals, that india\'s culture is composite, and that we are a nation in the making. next, he takes into account all available criteria- ...
Hindu Rashtra ki avadharna (in Hindi)
Abhas Kumar Chatterji
1997, Paperback
Nal-Damayanti (in Hindi)
Sita Ram Goel
1997, Paperback
Jizyah and the spread of Islam
Harsh Narain
1997, Paperback

the quran prescribes jizyah in a jihadic verse, revealed about 631 a.d., i.e. about a year after the capture of mecca by the prophet in 630 a.d., envisaging compounding of refusal to embrace islam by paying jizyah. mohomed marmaduke pickthall translates the full verse thus: \'fight against such of those who have been given the scripture as believe not in allah nor the last day, ...
Myths of composite culture and equality of religions
Harsh Narain
1997, Paperback

during the early phases of modern indian renaissance, it was the vedic-upanisadic phase of indian culture which was accorded the pride of place in describing and evaluating indian culture. later, it came to be rivalled by what the atheists and the materialists, the agnostics and the rationalists, and the humanists and the modernists combined to call anti-vedic-upanisadic cultur ...
Bharatiya Janata Party vis-a-vis Hindu resurgence
Koenraad Elst
1997, Hardcover

in spite of hinduism \'s nominal magnitude, the chance that hinduism gets wiped out by its enemies can no longer be discounted. more than ever, fortunes are spent on the war to destroy hinduism in favour of islam or some suitably adapted variety of christianity or marxism. the hostile activities of islamic and christian agitators and the attempts at hindu demoralization and los ...
A Hindu view of the world: essays in the intellectual Kshatriya tradition
Navaratna S Rajaram
1998, Hardcover

a feature of the current indian intellectual scene that strikes an outside observer (as i consider myself) is its excessive inhibition. there appear to be certain boundaries that most indian intellectuals will not venture to cross, choosing rather to work within a self-imposed framework bounded by taboos. one of these taboos is raising questions about the claims of certain reli ...
The Goa inquisition: being a quatercentenary commemoration study of the inquisition in India, 2nd reprint
Anant Kakba Priolkar
1998, Paperback

j.c. barreto miranda, a goan historian, speaks of this holy office: the cruelties which in the name of the religion of peace and love this tribunal practised in europe, were carried to even greater excesses in india, where the inquisitors, surrounded by luxuries which could stand comparison with the regal magnificence of the great potentates of asia, saw with pride the archbish ...
India's secularism: new name for national subversion, original in Hindi by Sita Ram Goel, tr. into English by Yashpal Sharma
1999, Paperback

the ideology secularism had taken shape during the european enlightenment (18-19 centuries). pandit jawaharlal nehru who had never used the term in his pre-independence writings or speeches, simply picked up a prestigious world form the western political parlance and made it mean the opposite of what it meant in the west. the outcome of this perversion proved disastrous for the ...
Subjects, citizens and refugees: tragedy in the Chittagong hill tracts (1947-1998)
Saradindu Mukherji
2000, Hardcover
On Hinduism: reviews and reflections, foreword by David Frawley
Ram Swarup (1920-1998)
2000, Paperback

there are two major groups of religions in the world today. first are the conversion-based monotheistic creeds of christianity and islam. second are the pluralistic dharmic traditions of india, of which hinduism is the oldest and the largest. chinese taoism and japanese shinto have an affinity with dharmic traditions. so also the indigenous religious traditions of pre-christian ...
The prolonged partition and its pogroms: testimonies on violence against Hindus in East Bengal 1946-64, foreword by Koenraad Elst
AJ Kamra
2000, Hardcover

a.j. karma grew up in quetta and karachi, currently in pakistan, until partition in 1947 when his family moved to delhi. he graduated from bombay university and spent most of his life working within the united nations in various countries. after retirements, he began to pursue his strong interest in the history of the indian subcontinent. he spent many years collecting material ...
Profiles in deception: Ayodhya and the dead sea scrolls
NS Rajaram (b.1943)
2000, Hardcover

dr. n.s. rajaram was born in mysore, india, in september 1943. he holds a b.e. degree in electrical engineering from b.m.s. college in bangalore and ph.d. in mathematical sciences form indiana university in bloomington, u.s.a. he is an internationally known researchers in computer science. for more than ten years, he was one of america\'s best-known workers in artificial intell ...
Hindu view of Christianity and Islam, 2nd edition
Ram Swarup
1995, Paperback

hitherto, scholars have looked at hinduism through the eyes of christianity and islam, but here an attempt has been made to discuss them from the viewpoint of hindu spirituality. the two prophetic religions have a long history of conflict but they also share a common spiritual perspective. almost from their birth, they have been systematic persecutors of pagan religions, cultur ...
In the path of God: Islam and political power
Daniel Pipes
2001, Paperback

the first two sections of in the path of god present a historical analysis of islam and politics; nearly two decades after the book\'s original publication in 1983, they stand up well. most ideas have been confirmed by recent experience and research, though with some exceptions. in contrast, the third section, islam in current affairs, can only be read today for an understandin ...
Gandhi and Godse: a review and a critique
Koenraad Elst
2001, Paperback

to the best of our knowledge, no serious discussion of godse\'s speech has ever been published. for example, in spite of its title and project, b.r. nanda\'s book gandhi and his critics does not even mention godse, let alone his self-justification.
Who is a Hindu?: Hindu revivalist views of Animism, Buddhism, Sikhism and other offshoots of Hinduism
Koenraad Elst
2002, Hardcover

as part of their entrenched power position, the british colonizers and later their nehruvian successors have always tried to control the discourse on religion. among other concerns, they have seen to it that the term hindu got divorced from its historical meaning, which quite inclusively encompassed all indian pagans, in order to fragment hindu society. in parallel with their e ...
Ayodhya: the case against the temple
Koenraad Elst
2002, Hardcover

the present book is my last contribution to the literature on what is known in india as communalism, meaning the conflict between the different religions, principally hinduism and islam. my first book in this sphere of interest was ram janmabhoomi vs. babri masjid: a case study in hindu-muslim conflict (1990). it served a good purpose, viz. to break the false impression that th ...