Ayodhya And After Issues Before Hindu Society Is A Book By Koenraad Elst Published In 1991 By Voice Of India The Book Is About The Ayodhya Debate And Also Discusses Indian Politics And Communalism Elst Opines That Reaching National Integration Requires Dropping The Anti Hindu Separatist Doctrines That Have Largely Been Created For The Purposes Of Several Imperialisms, And Are Now Being Kept Afloat With A Lot Of Distortive Intellectual And Propagandistic Effort The Book Attempts To Examine The Polemics Between Communalists And Secularists In India He Also Writes About Indian Secularism And Communalism, And Alleges That A Clear Majority Of The Riots Are Started By Muslims In Another Chapter, The Author Discusses The Banning Of Books Like Ram Swarup S Understanding Islam Through Hadis In The 14th Chapter He Discusses The Concept Of Hindu Fascism.This Book Was His Second Book On The Ayodhya Debate.
Flemish writer and orientalist without institutional affiliation Koenraad Elst was an editor of the New Right Flemish nationalist journal Tekos 1992 to 1995 and also contributed to other Flemish seperatist publications like Nucleus, t Pallieterke, Secessie and The Brussels Journal Koenraad Elst is one of the most well known western writers to actively defend the Hindutva movement.
- 419 pages
- Ayodhya and After
- Koenraad Elst
- 04 April 2017 Koenraad Elst