Saturday, September 21"Satyam Vada, Dharmam Chara" - Taittiriya Upanishad

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India: a Digital Colony? [Excerpt]

India: a Digital Colony? [Excerpt]

Miscellaneous
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6JkuW3PhGI&feature=youtu.be Source: Rajiv Malhotra Official Channel This is a must-watch video by Rajiv Malhotra concerning digital communications in India. It has become very clear in recent months that a desi network with desi communications software is absolutely necessary for the survival of India's progress. There have been many people punished via e-jailing (temporary injuction against posting or commenting by Facebook) or even e-xecutions (account closed or deleted for repeated "offenses"). Mohandas mentions the SERIOUS problem of data residency. An external loci of data residency makes the entire country vulnerable to intelligence agencies' flaw of passing information to the enemy - you already know that the enemy has access to a lot of ...
Keeping Christianity at Bay

Keeping Christianity at Bay

Miscellaneous
Source: Indiafacts.org - Checkmating Christianity This is an excellent article to read on the history of how Japan dealt with the threat of Christianity wiping out the indigenous traditions, languages, and religions there. ------------------------------- "Japan and India are the last two dharmic nations in the world. While Japan has avoided being sucked into Christianity’s digestive tract, Indic religions are losing members to the Abrahamic aggressor. "For the sake of everyone in India (not just Hindus), Hinduism must remain the dominant religion. This is because if Islam and Christianity become the majority, India will turn into Pakistan. If Hindus lose control of India, the country will descend into civil war because Muslims and Christians will be fighting for the balkanised bits." -- by
Research on Indian Mind Sciences [Excerpt]

Research on Indian Mind Sciences [Excerpt]

Buddhism, Hinduism, Yoga & Meditation
Source: - Rajiv Malhotra Official YouTube channel. This is an important video by Rajiv Malhotra on Indic Inner Sciences and how they have been appropriated by the West to create a whole host of practices with Western perspectives and yet no credit given to India at all in the end. Those of you who do American-style yoga or "mindfulness meditation", please understand where these practices really originate from - Hinduism/Buddhism. There is the danger of the digestion of Indic technology from Inner Sciences into Western practices that would be and (some) are already trademarked or copyrighted exclusively to the "originators" of knowledge who merely did the following: 1) studied the knowledge 2) picked out what was acceptable to the Western/Christian mindset 3) took that acceptable knowledge ...