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Rearming Hinduism

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Rearming Hinduism

by Vamsee Juluri

Rearming Hinduism is a handbook for intellectual resistance. Through an astute and devastating critique of Hinduphobia in today’s academia, media and popular culture, Vamsee Juluri shows us that what the Hinduphobic worldview denies virulently is not only the truth and elegance of Hindu thought, but the very integrity and sanctity of the natural world itself.

By boldly challenging some of the media age’s most popular beliefs about nature, history, and pre-history along with the Hinduphobes' usual myths about Aryans, invasions, and blood-sacrifices, Rearming Hinduism links Hinduphobia and its hubris to a predatory and self-destructive culture that perhaps only a renewed Hindu sensibility can effectively oppose. It is a call to see the present in a way that elevates our desa and kala to the ideals of the sanathana dharma once again.

"Very readable, well-argued."-Dr. Subramanian Swamy"
I recommend it highly."
-Arvind Sharma,
Birks Professor of Comparative Religion, McGill University
"A delightful, delightful book."

-Bibek Debroy"A must-read for those who wish to experience what it means to be Hindu."

-The Pioneer"While the name of the book may give the appearance of militancy, it is anything but that. It is a wise and passionate take on a much misunderstood religion that placed wisdom at the core of it all."-

Amish Tripathi
"Among the bold voices heralding our modern Hindu renaissance.

Impossibly traditional and 21st century."
-Paramacharya Sadasivanathaswami,

Hinduism Today"A great book. Every Indian should read this."-

Anand Neelakantan
"For all who care about Hinduism, humanity and the planet."-

Jeffery Long, Professor of Religion, Elizabethtown College & Swami Vivekananda Chair,

Belur Math
"A milestone."-Koenraad Elst"A valiant attempt at opening up a third space."-

India Currents
"Demands and deserves attention."-The Hindu

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