Skip to main content



Mission 2020+: Recovering the Lost “Soul of Knowledge” of the Vedic Yajna/Yoga

On New Year’s Day 2020 a colleague sent me an opinion piece by Swarajya magazine’s editorial director (R Jagannathan), entitled “Mission 2020+: Why Hinduism Must Become A Missionary Faith Once More” (Dec 31, 2019). I published her response to Ragannathan’s article on 7 January 2020.
In my view, Ragannathan’s line of thought symbolizes the inevitable contraction of the religious consciousness which has lost contact with the lived experience of the Vedic Yajna (the original essence of Yoga) which is a progressive march or journey (in the unified field of Time and Space) towards the full realization of the Soul and with it the realization of universal Divine Truth or Sanatana Dharma. 
The Swarajya editor’s conclusions or proposed solutions to the encroachment of proselytizing religions in India is basically a fight fire with fire approach, or a mirroring strategy: They are using these tactics, this approach, this religious war-plan and so must we if we want to survive and flourish. I do…

Latest Posts

A Response to Swarayja's "Mission 2020+: Why Hinduism Must Become A Missionary Faith Once More"

The Sacred Measure of 432,000 ⁓ Part 5: Vishnu and the Triadic Division of the Circle