This is Shiṣṭagoṣṭhī, a newsletter on ancient kingdoms, old languages, ruminations on god and the history of man.
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It has been on the back of my mind to write a document of a few pages against Charvaka empiricism. Most pop culture treatment of this school of ancient…
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Following are important excerpts from Armin Mohler’s Die Konservative Revolution in Deutschland; these excerpts provide useful working definitions of…
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Our religion is very old, the oldest religion that is still practised. (Mazdayasna is a close-second, followed by the roots of Rabbinical Judaism). Not…
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The functions of the past tense in the indicative mood of the verbal stems of the earliest layers of the vedic language is one of the most daunting…
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Who is indigenous to India? Who is aboriginal to India? Who is a foreigner? Who is a native? This straightforward question has drawn a lot of ire over…
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Old Persian: baga vazraka auramazdā, hya imām būmim adā, hya avam asmānam adā, hya martiyam adā, hya šiyātim adā martiyahyā, hya dārayavaum xšāyaθiyam…
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A summary of some recent genetic research and some of my own speculations. We now know that the early Corded Ware (>2600 BCE) were essentially just…
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