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.
A discussion with Shri Manasataramgini on one of his unique contributions to the Hindu discourse – his understanding of the flow and ebb of civilization, civilizational clashes and his unique perspective that applies the methods of biology to understand historical phenomena.
On the eve of this Mahashivaratri, we are pleased to share a conversation with Dr. Subhash Kak on Kashmiri Shaivism. With him we make a journey into the philosophical universe of Kashmiri Shaivism.
श्रीमद् भगवद्गीता के परिपेक्ष में लिखे गए लेखों की शृंखला “गीतायन” के लेखक श्री आनन्द कुमार जी से चर्चा कर रहे हैं मनीष श्रीवास्तव।
Abhinav Agarwal from the Indic Book Club discusses The Friendless God- a novel set against the backdrop of the Ram Janmabhumi dispute- with author S Anuradha.
Saiswaroopa Iyer- a curator from the Indic Book Club- is in conversation with Abhinav Agarwal about his thriller, Predators and Prey.
In the second episode of London Dialogues, join Neelendra Nath in conversation with Vivek Agnihotri as they discuss film making, writing and the stories we don’t tell.
A webinar on Indic Feminism, tackling some of the biggest questions about Indic culture and a world wide movement.
Abhinav Agarwal discusses ‘Who Killed Shastri?’ with the author of the book, Vivek Agnihotri in the third installment of IBC’s Author Q&A Series.