Religion

Shifting Identities in Modern Sindh – II

Between 1964 and 1979, Bhils and Kohlis in Kebhar experienced three waves of conversion efforts. In these waves, Ismaili missionaries…

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Shifting Identities in Modern Sindh – I

Between 1964 and 1979, Bhils and Kohlis in Kebhar experienced three waves of conversion efforts. In these waves, Ismaili missionaries…

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America and the Religion of Whiteness

In the U.S. today, two-thirds of white Christians practice a “religion of whiteness,” a new study finds. BY MICHAEL O.…

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Silenced histories, razed shrines

To promote peace in the subcontinent, India and Pakistan should think of ideas for positive engagement. Collaborative academic projects and…

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Preventing the Spread of Extremism by Understanding Sindhi Rural Society

Rural Sindh – which was long known for its diversity and progressiveness – is increasingly becoming more violent, intolerant, and…

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Cross-Border Contacts In South Asia: Why Privilege Religious Visitors Over Other Motivations?

When a non-believing, pork-eating, dignitary visits Pakistan he/she is received at the airport with honor. Clearly, this is a situation…

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Nanakpanthis in Mithi

Guru Nanak Darbar and Astan of Mard Faqir are located in the same street in Mithi By Dr. Zulfiqar Ali…

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Redefining Hindu identity in America

As it spread to the four corners of the globe, thanks in part to the Indian diaspora prompted by British…

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Karnataka govt. wants to ‘free temples’ from State control

BJP government has announced that in the upcoming Budget session of the Assembly, they will bring in a law to…

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Observations of an Expat: Christmas Traditions

There was a time when Christmas was banned. And then there is the controversy about the actual birthday. The Bible…

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