Hey guys, this is the Hoysaleswara temple and here we can see a very strange carving: an ancient Egyptian. You can see that the clothes he is wearing and the tools he is holding are completely different from all other carvings in this temple. In fact, many historians agree that this is an Egyptian figure…Read More Ancient Egyptian carved in Hoysaleswara Temple, India – Were Civilizations Connected?
Time travel has always been a fascinating topic that’s been largely explored in a multitude of written works of science fiction and countless sci-fi films for many, many years. But what’s even more interesting is that tales of time travel go much further back in our history, with some ancient texts that have existed for…Read More Did ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS Figure Out TIME TRAVEL?!
India is growing and changing fast, but some traditional views are still in place. Institutions like the caste system have been outlawed, yet caste discrimination and segregation still occurs. The most recent economic data indicated that, in urban areas, a wealth gap of 60% exists between people traditionally from the highest and lowest caste. So…Read More Is India’s Caste System Still Alive?
For over 200 years the world has been set on fire by a revolutionary message. The message is that every individual human being is divine. That all of us despite the constraints and humiliations that surround us can share in a greater life and share even in the attributes that we ascribe to God. Nevertheless…Read More The Shortcomings of Religion and the Coming Revolution, with Roberto Unger
This is the Golden Temple. People come here from all over the world to bathe in its waters, to look at the Holy Book that is inside of this middle Golden Temple and to just experience the holiness of this place. This place is the epicenter of Sikhism. It sits right here in northern India…Read More How this border transformed a subcontinent | India & Pakistan
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On a Monday night in September 2015, in a little town outside New Delhi, an angry mob showed up to the house of man named Mohammad Akhlaq. The mob hit Akhlaq’s elderly mother. They severely injured his son and then, they found Akhlaq. They dragged him on to the street and they beat him with…Read More India’s cow vigilantes are targeting Muslims
Marx says: “Religious suffering is the expression of real suffering and at one and the same time, a protest against real suffering. Religion is the sigh of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, and the soul of soulless conditions. It is the opium of the people.” To Your Left Religion Evening all!…Read More To Your Left #6: Religion | على شمالَِك: الدِّين
A Pew Study published in 2015 reported that the number of Americans who don’t affiliate themselves with a religion jumped by almost 35% percent. That’s about 72 million Americans who consider themselves irreligious – and may be atheist, agnostic, or spiritual, but unaffiliated. And worldwide, 13% of people considered themselves “convinced atheists”, according to a…Read More Why Is Atheism More Popular Than Ever?
In September 2015, an angry mob in India beat a Muslim man to death over accusations that he had eaten beef. Although there was no actual proof of this transgression, the target of the murder was one of only two Muslim families living in the majority Hindu neighborhood. Hindus are not widely known to advocate…Read More Why Are Hindus Attacking Muslims In India?