Pritam Choudhury 

Pritam Choudhury is from Agartala, Tripura. He studied electrical engineering at IIT Roorkee, after which, he graduated in Computer Science from the University of Cambridge. Currently, he is pursuing doctoral studies in programming languages at the University of Pennsylvania. He is deeply interested in Dharmic studies and exploring the wisdom of ancient India.


Reviving a wounded civilisation - Śraddhā

Essay | Posted On: 31 Dec 2019

Our defence of the sacred places was not borne out of violent sectarian fanaticism, but out of a gentle resolute śraddhā for the devas.

Ban on Paśubali – A Judicial Blunder (Part 2)

Essay | Posted On: 30 Oct 2019

An ignorance of sacred texts along with a loose argument has made the ban on Paśubali, an attack on Tantric worhsip.

Ban on Paśubali – A Judicial Blunder (Part 1)

Essay | Posted On: 10 Oct 2019

If the courts are truly concerned about animal welfare, they should first ban the killing of animals in all secular places and thereafter, enforce it upon religious places.

Bhārata as Dharma rāṣṭra

Perspective | Posted On: 18 Jun 2019

We should all aspire for a Dharma rāṣṭra, a rāṣṭra that is in sync with Dharma.

The need for the rise of the dormant Kshatriya spirit

Perspective | Posted On: 25 Apr 2019

If our civilisation has to survive and thrive, we must awaken the Kshatriya within us. There is no other way.

A Reawakening of Bharat

Perspective | Posted On: 05 Oct 2018

Indians need to break free from the shackles forged by their own fears and ineptitude.

Our ideals, our gods

Commentary | Posted On: 03 Apr 2018

To win the civilizational narrative, we must revive our gods.

On Action and Renunciation

Perspective | Posted On: 10 Jan 2018

Renunciation shouldn't be an excuse to shun responsibility but should be Action without the expectation of a reward.

Towards mental freedom

Perspective | Posted On: 24 Aug 2017

A personal and heartfelt account of the need for decolonization of the Indian mind.

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