With the discovery of several thousand new pages of Hegel’s lecture notes, fans are hoping his famously tricky philosophy may become easier to understand – this expert isn’t so …
The Gods of an Army Brat
The author recounts her encounters with religion as an army kid.
Tales of Courage
The poem revolves around the fear of speaking the truth out loud in a polarised country.
What Mohan Bhagwat’s Visit to a Madrasa Tells Us About the RSS
Can we now expect the RSS chief to back the idea of multi-religious primers for all school students – especially texts which set out the fundamental precepts and beliefs …
Communal Virus Injected into Diaspora, and the Culture is Growing
Incidents like the violence in Leicester are only going to increase and spread elsewhere unless local governments take decisive action.
Gender Disparity: How We Are Conditioned by Family and Popular Media
As India completes 75 years of Independence, the inherent contradictions within Indian society that tend to accentuate gender disparity need to be actively addressed.
Some People Treat Disney as Sacred. Does That Make It a Religion?
It is possible to approach Disney adults with empathy and understanding without necessarily calling their relationship to Disney religion.
Faith Is a Thing of Wonder
A poem on the complexity of sustaining faith in the face of violence caused by the same.
Photo Story: Faith, a Quaint Emotion
An immersive photo story on faith.