Tag Archives: Russia

Geopolitical summary: March 2022

The autumn dawn As the 40th day of the autumn of 2016 CE dawned, the mahāmleccha left-liberals were sunning themselves in the last rays of the setting Ardhakṛṣṇa. He was the hero of the age for them, a veritable yuganātha, … Continue reading

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Some talks at the Indic Today portal

We had a chat with with C Surendranath, Contributing Editor and (in part with) Yogini Deshpande, Editor in Chief of Indic Today. It is divided into four parts: 1) https://www.indictoday.com/videos/manasataramgini-civilization-counter-religion-continuity-collapse-i/ A few clarifications for this part: 1) We do not … Continue reading

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A strange Soviet construction

in our college days we used to visit the lāl-pustak-bhaṇḍār in our city where Soviet books on science and mathematics were sold at a low price (alongside Marxian literature). They were a great resource that enormously contributed to our intellectual … Continue reading

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Turning of the Turkic wheel: plucking the red apple

In 527 CE Justinian became the emperor at Constantinople. He is remembered as a saint in the orthodox church and is famed for his enforcing of the Nicean creed. He crushed other interpretations of Christianity and rebuilt the famous church … Continue reading

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World War 2 and the like

Right away we should state that there is going to be some dilation – hence “the like”. “In my generation, we lived under the impression that the term patriotism was poisoned during Nazi times. German history, unlike American or French … Continue reading

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