It is never too late to review, rethink and redefine our national interest
Our history neither starts with 1947, nor with Muhammed bin Qasim’s conquest of Sindh, but goes back to the Indus Valley
Wars fought in the name of religions damage society to an extent that is only fully realised much after the wars have
From the crusaders to today’s suicide bombers, there have been many who have shed blood in the name of religion
Taxation without representation has spelled the doom of many a nation
Roman history shows that in the absence of disciplined rule, the state and society suffer
Without the empowerment of the working class, true societal progress will remain a distant dream
No race can prosper till it learns that there is as much dignity in tilling a field as in writing a poem.― Booker T.
Trade networks crisscrossed continents, inextricably linking cultures throughout history
Is modern day consumerism responsible for social change?
These are the tales of those who refuse to bend before the prevailing winds, and are broken as a result.
We love Chinese food and culture, how about some Chinese philosophy?
History is often revised to advance political or ideological agendas
I think a failed state is the responsibility of the people who have made that state fail, and those are generally the
Terrorism rarely achieves its end goals.
Bureaucracy defends the status quo long past the time when the quo has lost its status. — Laurence J. Peter
Nightmarish episodes they might be, but human civilisation is a story of suffering and sacrifice.
It is another historical epoch but Israel’s occupation of Palestine reflects how classical imperialism has been
It’s a throwback to the Mughal age: a culture of entitlement and grandiose displays of wealth pushes society towards.
Dynasties have a sell-by date, after which they lose potency and relevance