This paper makes important contributions to the study of dharmasāstra-s in general, and to Manusmṛti in particular from an emic perspective.
Understanding the practice of sati from a Dharmic perspective
The correlation between light and knowledge on the one hand, and between darkness and ignorance on the other, is very deep in Hindu consciousness and pervades the entire corpus of Hindu scriptures, starting with the Vedas.
In this article, Nithin Sridhar examines the issue of Homosexuality and Marriage from a Hindu Perspective and Comments on the Petition.
Navaratri festival, in many a sense, is the practical expression of the Vedantic path.
The Hindu tradition, one of the last surviving planetary traditions that honor the sacred feminine, can help women recover the sacred aspect of the menstrual process.
Ayurveda recognizes menstruation as a physiological process and like other physiological processes, it is also governed by the actions of the Doshas.
Yogic literature perceives menstruation as a physiological process that is deeply connected with the Apana Vayu
Hinduism harmoniously integrates various elements of Ashaucha, austerity, purification, rest, sacredness, and celebration into menstruation process and practices, and facilitates women to attain overall well-being.
The monthly periods are understood as a form of austerity and self-purification in Hinduism