Dia John had uploaded two posts on Facebook where a female model, wearing a red saree, posed as a Hindu deity on the occasion of Navratri, where she was seen smoking weed and also drinking alcohol. Read more »
Meena Harris, Kamala Harris’ niece slammed for trying to exploit Hinduism for political mileage ahead of US elections Read more »
Earlier in the day, the Prayagraj police had registered a complaint in Khuldabad Police Station, after several social media users tagged UP Police and urged them to take immediate action against her. Read more »
According to a tweet posted by Hindu IT Cell, she posted an Instagram story in which she showed the book hanging in her toilet in place of the toilet paper. In her video, Sinha had suggested that the Teej Vrat book should be used as toilet paper. Read more »
Shivam Rawat said, “I have come to realise that if such behaviour is left unquestioned, it will only encourage others to further indulge in blatant Hinduphobia with impunity.” Read more »
According to Maha Mandir Police station in-charge, a mob of 30-40 jihadi youth had gathered at Maderna square in Jodhpur, reviling Hindu Gods and Goddesses and vandalising public property Read more »
Amsterdam (Netherlands) headquartered beverage firm Schweppes International Limited (SIL) removed the Ganesha Cocktail (earlier promoted on its website), after Hindus protested calling it “highly inappropriate”. Read more »
After resorting to immense name-calling, abusing women and continuous ranting on social media, ‘mythologist’ and author, Devdutt Pattanaik has touched a new despicable low by now insulting Hindu gods and deities. Read more »
A Tamil speaker Karan Praveen told OpIndia that the controversy began when the worship of Shri Murugun, or Shri Kartikeya as he is popularly known in North India, the son of Shiva, was mocked. Read more »
Today in Hindu-majority country of India, insult and mockery of Hindu Dharma, Hindu deities and Hindu customs is going on unabated through mediums like Web series, movies, Stand-up comedy, books, paintings, social media and so on. Read more »
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