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Saffron Surge: India's Re-emergence on the Global Scene and Hindu Ethos

Tarun Vijay (Author)
Synopsis The majority, yet Hindus in India feel they need to fight out the last battle for survival and unhindered flowering. Why do they feel dispossessed and lonely? And what are the parameters on which their grievances can be measured? In a rapidly globalized world, are they facing extinction the way their predecessors vanished from Kabul, Kandahar, Taxila, and Dhaka? If they can lose Gilgit and Skardu post-Partition, and are forced to leave their homes and hearth in the valley, what can assure them a stability I future, when their numbers have already started showing a negative trend down the statistical hill? can an India, the residual Bharat, a lonely last planet of a great civilization and people called Hindusurvive another millennium, nay next century? Or shall they be reduced as subjects of historical researches and museum artifacts like pre-Christ era American Indians, Mayans, Greeks, and Mesopotamians? Will the new Hindu rise and take up his rightful place in the comity of world civilizations securing a future and reannouncing the glorious tradition, asserting Hindu values of compassion, coexistence, respect for a different viewpoint and unpardonable to the Dushta, the unrepentant wicked? The high profile re-emergence of India on the global scene is something that is accruing after centuries. Being the youngsy nation on this planet, the Hindu ethos is providing engines to an unprecedented Saffron Surge, the principal statement of the united colours or Bahrat. Here is a book by Tarun Vijay, which puts the Hindu angst and the unstoppable surge of the saffron in perspective and explores its future course with his distinct sharpness and verve.
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About the author

Tarun Vijay

Tarun Vijay has emerged as one of the most prolific writers on the Indian nationalism and contemporary polity. He has been in the field of journalism since 1976. Widely travelled, he worked as an activist in the tribal area of Dadra Nagar Haveli for five years before joining Panchjanya where his editorship is completing nineteenth year. Former Prime Minister Vajpayee said about him, ‘Tarunji looks small in physique, but his brilliance and sharp intellect, his logical writings make a deep, very deep impression on the readers.’ He has been quoted extensively in Western papers like the new York Time, Le Monde, Financial Times, BBS, Christian science Monitor and is a regular commentator on Indian and foreign channels on political affairs.

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Title Saffron Surge: India's Re-emergence on the Global Scene and Hindu Ethos
Author Tarun Vijay
Format Hardcover
Date published: 07.11.2008
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788124113387
length 212p., Index; 23cm.