1. Janmashtami: United colours of Krishna

    Janmashtami: United colours of Krishna

    In a country which takes secularism as its birthright but struggles with it on a daily basis, it's not surprising that we rush to our films and our arts, when we seek reassurance. It's where India is at its syncretic best and Krishna becomes its universal icon.

    But as radical forces grow in every religion, potent cultural symbols are pinned down into narrow frameworks. For these forces, Krishna ...

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      Hinduphobia, Human Rights, Interfaith, Proselytization, Separation of Church & State, Terrorism, Yoga

    1. For you he is Krishna, for us, he becomes Ranjha.
    2. If he (Baksh) could make paintings of Radha and Krishna, why can't I? People used to even call him a Krishna of sorts.
    3. Sankardev's attempt was to propagate a religion and his medium was music.
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