India’s Muslim population of about 204 million, remains uniquely invisible to the world despite increasingly becoming one of the most hostile places for minorities.
Temples from Mughal-era India demonstrates the fluidity of art and contradicts contemporary Hindu nationalist historical revisionism.
By selectively targeting the country’s Muslims, the ruling far-right BJP appeases its core Hindu base.
The ideology will likely leave India divided, weaker and poorer.
The far-right Bharatiya Janata Party and its Hindutva ideology are becoming more deeply entrenched in the country’s south, with sinister consequences for Muslims and other minorities.
While two new books offer opposing views on the role of the far-right RSS in the assassination of the spiritual and political leader, Hindutva ideology remains a common thread.
India’s prime minister has experienced a slew of what were called “assassination attempts”, which ultimately helped bolster his image.
The Hindu right has brazenly launched a multi-pronged attack, simultaneously targeting Christians, Muslims and other minorities along with anyone who speaks against the BJP regime.
Police and the government are helping attacks that target minorities thanks to the country’s new anti-conversion law, a new report says.
In addition to the Hindutva ideology, the demonisation of Muslims is a useful distraction for those in power.
The questionable “drug bust” involving Aryan Khan has reinforced fears that no one — particularly critics — is safe in an environment where majoritarianism reigns.
As India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi marches through the institutions of the state, Muslims and other minorities are becoming increasingly imperiled and marginalised.
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