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A selection of Articles by Nitin Mehta

London in the grip of Corona Virus

London is one of the great cities of the world. It is a vibrant city that never sleeps. London is colourful. You will find almost almost all the nationalities of the world living in London. In the summer there are huge music festivals in many parks and you will see...

The Great Philippines-India Connection

George Coedes (1886-1969) French scholar of Southeast Asian Archaeology and History referred to India's influence on Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Cambodia and Vietnam as the 'indianisation' of these countries. In this article I am focusing on the...

The Great Indonesia – India Connection

  Sylvian Levi French orientalist and indologist 1863 to 1935:  “The ancient Hindus of yore were not simply spiritual people, always busy with mystical problems and never trouble themselves with the questions of 'this world'... India also has its Napoleons and...

A special event marks Diwali celebrations in Britain

Next to the residence of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom number 10 Downing Street is the residence of the second most powerful politician in the country. He is a young man named Rishi Sunak. He is the Chancellor of the Exchequer. In his brief time in the...

The Great Macedonia-Sanskrit Connection.

(The Republic of North Macedonia was part of the former Yugoslavia up to 1991) Indian Sanskritist Durga Prasad Shastri made the following observation: "When I was in Moscow staying at a resort, they gave me the key to my room 234, and told me: 'dwesta tridesyat...

The Great Slavic Countries and India Connection

The following countries comprise of Slavic nations: Belarus, Russia, Ukraine (Eastern part),Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia (Western part), Albania, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia (Southern part also...

The Great Ancient Egypt India Connection

(incorporating Indian influence in other Middle Eastern countries and East Africa).    Louis Jacolliot (1837-1890), Barrister, author and government official in French India said: 'No one could contest the purely Hindu origin of Egypt' William Jones (1746-1794) a...

The Great Japan-India Connection

The Great Japan-India Connection   Yasukuni Enoki, Ambassador of Japan to India (2004 to 2007) said: “It is very important for the Japanese to know that in the bottom of Japanese culture, Indian culture is very firmly imprinted” He further said: " There are...

Nitin Mehta: A man in two million

PROFILE OF THE WEEK He is often recognised as a poet, an activist and a passionate campaigner rendering his services for the well-being of the community and known for organising cultural events for the diaspora. But beyond all Nitin Mehta is applauded as a torchbearer...

Britain’s anti-India brigade gets active

www.sundayguardianlive.com/world/britains-anti-india-brigade-gets-active Right from the time of Independence, sections of British media have predicted India’s break-up or the death of its democracy. Though there is a PR section in the Indian High Commission in London,...

The Great German-India Connection

Published in the Daily Guardian 17 October 2020 https://thedailyguardian.com/a-nation-born-out-of-sanskrit-and-still-in-love-with-it/ toTthe German Empire, also called the Second Reich, was founded on January 18th, 1871 in the wake of three short successful wars by...

The great Greek and India connection published

Dear Mr. Nitin Mehta, I am pleased to inform you that your study entitled “The great Greek and India connection” has been published on our online forum INDIKA 2020 (ΙSSN: 2654-1394) and you can see it on the link below:...

The Great Russia-India Connection

When I was at university I went on a trip to Russia. At the time it was known as the USSR, the United Soviet Socialist Republic. I tried to learn a few Russian words and found that the word for ‘goodbye’ in Russian was Dos Vidaynya. Viday in Sanskrit also means taking...

Defending Hindu Dharma and India from a hostile Media

In 1993 a film called Bhaji on the Beach was released here in the UK. I got a call from the BBC for an interview about the film. I was told that they would show me the film on a fast track. As I began watching the film a spotlight was focused on me and I realised that...

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