I speak about the anti-Hindu bias in History textbooks used in classrooms in the USA. And the mission given to me by my Guruji, Neem Karoli Baba, to help make … Continue reading
Raja Rao often spoke of Shakti power rising from the bedrock of the Subcontinent, a glow, or hum – emanating between Sindh and Bengal, south of the Himalayas. His concept … Continue reading
Posted on my website on November 24, 2017, the 342nd anniversary of the Martyrdom of Guru Tegh Bahadur.
Tegh Bahadur Singh versus NCERT
Pakistani Studies Textbooks Can Cause Cognitive Dissonance in Students By Yvette Rosser October 2004 The Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) organized a conference in Islamabad on December 8 … Continue reading
Yvette C. Rosser, Ph.D. The California Textbook Tamasha: Contested Academic Paradigms and the Study of India This paper was originally written in 2006, following the intrusive politicization of the editorial … Continue reading
Published in “The Friday Times” (ed. Najam Sethi) Lahore, Pakistan, 9 March 2001 The printed version of this article as it appeared in the newspaper The Friday Times, was … Continue reading
Commentary on the Condition of Hindu Studies in US Universities First appeared on Sulekha, November 2002, as: THE GROAN: Loss of Scholarship and High Drama in “South Asian” Studies Discursive … Continue reading