This podcast starts from the Meiji Era and studies the events leading up to the 1905 Russo-Japanese war. The European Christian power that was Imperial Russia came up against an expansionary, pagan, non-white power and found support for themselves among other European Christian power as England and Germany.
In this fifth installment of the podcast ‘Civilization – Counter Religion, Continuity and Collapse’, we will focus on Japan and its encounters with counter-religion.
Manastaramgini completes his podcast series on civilizations with this final opus – a discussion on the premier Eurasian power of past centuries and the center of one of the largest land Empires the world has ever seen – Russia.
In this third part of the series, Manasataramgini describes the patterns of historical development and the State philosophy of Legalism. He describes for us how it is using this prism that we must understand the actions of any Chinese ruler.
Indic Academy is glad to announce a call for papers for the first Conference on Hinduism and Modern Psychology to be held on August 27 & 28th.
The Center for Global Polytheist & Indigenous Traditions is pleased to announce a call for papers for its first online conference “Polytheisms Today and Tomorrow” to be held on October 28-29, 2021.
Indic Academy is pleased to announce a call for papers for its first conference on the theory and practice aspects of Hindu Aesthetics to be held on July 30th and 31st, 2021.
The Center for Global Polytheist and Indigenous Traditions at Indic Academy (CGPIT) is pleased to report that the fellowships announced on March 26 have been awarded.
In this podcast, we invite Shri T S Krishnan, historian and Tamizh scholar, to shed light on the Kalabhras and find out if they are really as much of an enigma as is popularly assumed.
In this second part of the podcast, we explore the organic rise of counter-religious tendencies in Hindu lands and the means by which traditional society managed the challenge.