Srinivas S 

S. Srinivas is a historian and researcher who has worked for over a decade as a lecturer; assistant editor for Quarterly Journal of Mythic Society as well as a journalist. He was awarded a Ph.D. by Bangalore University for his thesis on the History of Civic Administration in Bangalore(1862-1950). Currently, he is fully engaged in writing on topics pertaining to ancient India.


Factors hindering ‘Total Revolution’ in India

Perspective | Posted On: 25 Jun 2018

The change as envisioned by JP Narayan still has familiar roadblocks to contend with in its path.

Sanatana Dharma - Through the eyes of travellers

Essay | Posted On: 28 May 2018

Various distinguished scholars in their travels have written about the honesty, idealism, and magnanimity of the followers of Sanatana Dharma.

Can the Historicity of Ramayana be established?

Commentary | Posted On: 03 May 2018

A detailed analysis to legitimise the Ramayana as a historical event rather than just an epic.

Trail of Tears

Essay | Posted On: 17 Apr 2018

The consequences of Muslim separatism have been seen throughout Indian history but it came to a head during the time of partition.


Commentary | Posted On: 29 Mar 2018

Agastya Muni, as well as his lineage, had a tremendous influence on Indic civilization which stretched all the way to Southeast Asia.

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