From flash sales to pre-Diwali parties…shaming the festival for causing noise pollution by bursting crackers was all happening in my virtual world.
Our identity has been demolished and wiped out temple by temple. Mr Owasi is right, this is not a question of interfaith dialogue - Hindus are actually fighting for their survival in the only land they can call home, where the odds are seriously stacked against them, in their own home.
Let's wrap our heads around the fact that in Bharat, a supposedly Hindu majority country “an administration” still holds the authority over Hindus and Hindus only, to arbitrarily open-shut temples even in 2022 - An administration decides whether we can or cannot have the darshan of our deities!
The world turns a blind eye to this Hinduphobia while the media gaslights them for reclaiming their civilisational heritage worship after 492 years of struggle!? Welcome to the world of absurd duplicity where journalists lack research, comprehension and integrity!
“The Hindu community hasn’t been in the habit of reclaiming. They have only seen what belonged to them, taken away. The people of India have waited five hundred years for him to come back to his temple. Perseverance marked in stone with the blood of thousands who were slaughtered for it.”