Trust Deficit

Amit Khanna

A lack of confidence pummels institutions, sours relationships

A Tale of Two Temples

Sabarimala and Ayodhya: from the fluidity of Hinduism to the certainties of social engineering

The Power of a Woman’s Spirit

Man’s strength, the muscular traction, is a pale and paltry thing in comparison

The Cows Come Home

On the well-deserved backfiring of a cowshed conference

The Guru Delusion

What a book by Mata Amritanandamayi’s former personal assistant says about the pitfalls of faith

A Religion for Our Times

There are things about F1 that put it ahead of mainstream religions in the faith stakes

No Sting in the Monk’s Tale

How a blundering shoot-first-think-later accusation by Indian authorities nearly made an enemy of a very influential Tibetan

The Decency of the Atheist

The sentiments of the rational are hurt every day by believers.

For God’s Sake?

Doubting the faith that drives us

The Burkha Rapper

“I work within the rules, but I find the little loopholes that allow me to do my own thing.” —Sofie Ashraf, 21


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