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Hindu

Kabir: The Paradoxical Saint

Ranjit Hoskote

What kind of Kabir can we construct for ourselves today?

Swami Aseemanand: Myth of the Monk Who Preached Terror

Swami Aseemanand’s acquittal brings to an end the cries over saffron jihad

The Hindu Way of Writing

Both scholarly and simple in his argument, Shashi Tharoor celebrates Indian syncretism

Why Should a Hindu Be Good?

Divinity of the soul and politics of the body

The Last White Backlash

With his flaxen mop and delicately gesticulating hands, Trump put his money on India long before the Republican Hindu Coalition discovered him

London’s First Muslim Mayor: Khan and the Colour Quotient

The election of London’s first Muslim Mayor and race and politics in Britain

On the Kumbh Waterfront

Holy dip or drinking water—it should be easy for a government to choose

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