Looking through videos, interviews, books, documents and other research required to complete this project was deeply painful. So you may ask why we are doing this or why even bring up the past, well we believe it's vital for our people to know and remember what happened to them so we can stop it from ever happening again.
Our people have suffered inter generational trauma equal to that suffered or perhaps even greater then that experienced by the Jews at the hands of Nazi's in Europe. We found there is very little information about what happened and it's fragmented and not presented from our Dharmic viewpoint, that's exactly why we created this site. As a platform to tell those stories so history doesn't repeat itself. We have learnt during this project is that not only is the genocide against the Hindu's, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains and Indigenous people of India severe but the techniques from supposedly separate forces are startlingly similar and it continues to this very day!
The Dharmic people of India have carried this burden with great dignity and self respect. We feel that's because our people know we are more then this body. Blacking out what happened has helped us to rationalise things and build a future, but there comes a time where we must face up to what happened and ensure justice is served. Time is running out with some of the very people that suffered through these horrors!
You can read a little about us below, but rather then tell you our story, we are here to tell you the stories of the people that gave their lives protecting and simply practicing Sanatan Dharma. We cover the genocides of Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains and indigenous peoples in India, regardless of caste. We give you an accurate account and provide references, wherever possible. Below we leave you with a short poem that explains what Dharma means to us:
If Dharma is the echo of nature,
Then Adharma must be the exact and opposite echo of nature
It follows that Dharma is nature,
And nature is Dharma
Then to be Dharmic means to operate within nature’s way,
And to operate in natures way is to be Dharmic!
Our amazing team of volunteers are committed to researching and providing Dharmic viewpoints of Genocides that have taken place in India. Some of us also create and maintain this digital space, but the people that really make it come alive are our content researchers, creators and editors.
We were inspired by the works of Rajiv Malhotra and came together from mixed backgrounds, countries and levels of understanding. Our common goal was the preservation and protection of Dharma.
We don't like to look at the pictures or the research required to create these articles, but we felt we had to tell the stories of those that died in the protection and even simply the practice of Dharma. Not only do we shed new light to genocides already known about, but we also tirelessly research genocides that most of India has forgotten.
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