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A Hindu's Guide to Advocacy & Activism: Fighting the Narrative War

A Hindu's Guide to Advocacy & Activism: Fighting the Narrative War

by   Sean Bradrick (Author)  
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"A Hindu’s Guide to Advocacy and Activism" is a bold and comprehensive exploration authored by Sean Bradrick, a passionate advocate of Sanatana Dharma. Drawing on two decades of activism, Bradrick offers a thorough analysis of contemporary challenges faced by Hindus worldwide, including Hinduphobia, biased media portrayals, political agendas, and cultural appropriation. This empowering book equips Hindu readers with the knowledge and strategies needed to articulate and defend their beliefs effectively. It also presents 50 actionable steps for Hindus to amplify their voices and ensure the preservation of their cultural heritage. Whether you're seeking to understand Hindu perspectives or engage in advocacy, this guide promises to enlighten and inspire, challenging existing narratives about Hinduism and fostering informed discourse.

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ISBN 13 9798885751445
Book Language English
Binding Paperback
Publishing Year 2024
Total Pages 324
Edition First
Publishers Garuda Prakashan  
Category Politics   Political Freedom & Security Books  
Weight 350.00 g
Dimension 15.50 x 23.00 x 2.50

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An Empowering book that can help you be an informed, articulate and effective Hindu voice

Plus 50 specific actions and attitudes Hindus can take to get their voices heard and ensure their culture survives.


A Hindu’s Guide to Advocacy and Activism is a comprehensive, unapologetic, yet fair review of current world events and Indian history, written by a western adoptee of Sanatana Dharma who has been actively advocating for social justice and Hindu rights for twenty years.

It thoroughly addresses the dilemmas Hindus have faced in the past and continue to face today: Hinduphobia, a biased world-media, social media, anti-Hindu politicians, fraudulent academics, Indian secularism, appropriation, conversion efforts, multiple invasions, along with the echoes of colonialism and Muslim rule.

If you are a Hindu reader, this will arm the intellectual Dharma warrior. If you are not, this book will change the way you think about Hinduism, Indic culture, and the Hindu people.


“Sean Bradrick has provided a detailed, lucid, and in-depth manual of Hindu activism from the standpoint of the awakened Hindu mind. His book can help develop an informed and articulate Hindu voice to counter the anti-Hindu prejudices that still go unquestioned.”

—Padmashri David Frawley (Vamadeva Shastri)

“A wise and wonderful book, covering the cultural, historical, religious, and traditional aspects of Hindu Dharma, it debunks every Hindu myth, mostly amplified by the padris and mullahs.”

—Amit Agarwal,

Author of Swift Horses Sharp Swords: Medieval Battles Which Shook India & A Never-Ending Conflict: Episodes from Indic Resistance

“A Hindu’s Guide to Advocacy and Activism contributes an important voice and perspective to the issue of how Hindus and Hinduism are represented in contemporary discourse.”

—Jeffery D. Long, Professor of Religion, Philosophy, and Asian Studies at Elizabethtown College; Author of Hinduism in America: A Convergence of Worlds.