Musings

Thoughts on a range of subjects

The Great Celtic-Indian Connection

Ireland was one of the few countries not conquered by Rome until the 5th Century.  It had a vibrant culture and a belief in many Gods. The Celtic culture and Gaelic language of the people of Ireland had striking similarities with the Indian civilisation and the...

Indian Diaspora Dividends and other Musings!

When India gained independence in 1947 the seeds were sown for a new world order. An ancient civilisation was shaking off its shackles and springing back to life. For decades though India was portrayed as a nation of beggars and snake charmers by the Western media. In...

19th OM day event

Talk I gave at the 19th OM day event held by London Sevashram Sangha on 8  July 2018 at London Buddhist Vihara, Chiswick, London A common thread running in the Dharmic faiths namely Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism is the idea that there are many paths to God....

Caste Discrimination Debate

In a debate held at London School of Oriental and African Studies on 28 March 2018 regarding establishing a Caste discrimination Law in the UK, I spoke as follows;   Inter-caste marriages are the norm in the Hindu community. Our children do not care for caste, they...

Age of Ramayana

Shrimad-Bhagvatam, one of the most sacred texts of India was compiled 5000 years ago at the beginning of the age of Kali or Kali Yuga. Shrimad Bhavatam foretold the appearance of Lord Buddha over 2,600 years ago. It also foretold the appearance of Nanda, Mayura and...

About Nitin

About Nitin

Nitin founded the Young Indian Vegetarians Society and is well known for organising high profile campaigns. Nitin is regularly published in the national press. He received an MBE in 1999 for his services to the community and has received the Ahimsa award from the...

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