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Anon 01/30/2023 (Mon) 21:40:47 ID:1f73ff No. 1562 [Reply]
Aaj ye start karunga.

Anon 01/15/2023 (Sun) 16:24:46 ID:c7da63 No. 1442 [Reply]
Wait before you reply. This is not a thread to shit on Bhangalis or Bimarus, its a thread about picrel, how the fuck did this bitch even had the audacity to write this shit? And what has she even written in there, I don't want to subject myself to torture by reading the shit that she has shat.
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>>1446 It's on libgen. And thanks to janny for shifting this to /sa/
>>1448 Libgen isn't working, provide link yaar
>>1442 Niigger chutiye. Its a critique of colonial historiography. Its not agreeing. Brainlet.
>>1447 >I asked Dont backtrack bc, 'how did she have this audacity" is not asking?

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Anon 01/18/2023 (Wed) 12:19:11 ID:21205e No. 1460 [Reply]
Should I buy "चुनी हुई कविताएँ" by अज्ञेय or "Complete Sonnets" by Shakespeare? There is no commentary for the Sonnets.
>>1460 Shakesphere is over done and over used, like copying satyajit ray movies is.
>>1460 Ageye any day

Hindutva resources megathread Anon 12/19/2022 (Mon) 13:28:11 ID:4570f9 No. 1163 [Reply]
post everything you know about hindunat/hindutva. Books and resources would be appreciated. shameless shill: #hindutva:matrix.org
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>>1351 So what if he is ?
>>1163 savitridevi.org her works are meant for euro nazis, but her husbands were brahmin supremacists. Interesting insights
>>1163 https://www.jstor.org/stable/48676736 a far left publication, but it ends up benefiting us as it lists hindutva resources
No discussion on Hindutva will be complete without Bankim. Unfortunately non-bengalis can't enjoy his original works, but still I would suggest two of his essays: 1. Dharmatattva https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/6072581-dharmatattva 2. Krishnacharitra https://www.amazon.in/Krishna-Charitra-Alo-Shome-ebook/dp/B0171PJI7W Of course you won't agree with everything, but I believe they should be read. Do listen to this talk. It gives a brief overview on his theory of 'Anushilan' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0B73yoJkGk
>>1465 Forgot to mention, 'Dharmatattva' and 'Anandamath' should be read in conjugation. The later can be thought of as a commentary on the former. Unfortunately 'Anandamath' looses it's beauty and charm in translation. I would recommend the translation by Aurobindo and his brother Barindra Ghosh.

Anon 01/19/2023 (Thu) 11:09:21 ID:c33af7 No. 1466 [Reply]
Watch this to understand IQ and why Civilisation is doomed. The book is more detailed and has all the data regarding the studies and stuff. https://youtu.be/mOqGXhn7YBA
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>>1475 It's mostly Epubs
>>1476 cool, thanks. and based double dubs
Another book you guys should read
>>1466 >>1467 >>1468 >>1470 >>1472 >>1474 >>1476 >>1477 >>1479 >n-no goy you will read this bo-ook , y-you must believe in kikeQ
>>1480 Ok brainlet

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Baghmama##BY+bNL 01/17/2023 (Tue) 15:24:32 ID:26698b No. 1459 [Reply]
This is probably the best book in English you can read about (especially bengai) revolutionaries. Suggest some more if you know. The biggest source on the lives of the revolutionaries are memoirs of people close to them. Unfortunately most of them are in Bengali (at least when it comes to bengali revolutionaries). Another one in English I've read is 'The life and times of Bagha Jatin' written on Jatindranath Mukherjee by his grandson.
>>1459 thx for posting this OP

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post ~literally me~ literature Anon 01/12/2023 (Thu) 08:49:28 ID:d04d78 No. 1366 [Reply]
The problem now and it was a new one for me was my dick. It probably sounds strange now, but in the Seventies nobody really cared how big their dick was. When I was a teenager I had every conceivable hang-up about my body except that. I don't know who started it -queers probably, though you find it a lot in American cop shows, but there's no mention of it in Sartre. Whatever, in the showers at the gym I realized I had a really small dick. I measured it when I got home - it was five inches maybe five and a half or six if you measured right to the base. I'd found something new to worry about, something that I couldn't do anything about it was a permanent handicap. It was round about then that I started to hate blacks. There weren't many of them in the school most of them went to the Lycee Pierre-de-Coubertin where the eminent Defrance did his philosophical strip-tease and propounded his pro-youth filth. I only had one in my A stream class, a big, stocky guy who called himself Ben. He always wore a baseball cap and a pair of Nikes; I was convinced he had a huge dick. All the girls threw themselves at this big baboon and here I was trying to teach them about Mallarme what the fuck was the point? This is the way the world ends, I thought bitterly, people worshipping in front of big dicks, like hamadryas baboons. This black guy was going out with the girl I would have chosen myself blonde, very pretty, with a child like face and small firm tits. They were always holding hands in class. I always kept the windows closed while they were working the girls would get hot and take off their jumpers, their tee shirts stuck to their breasts; hidden behind my desk, I'd jerk off. >t. CEO of frog literature
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>>1430 Not at all. The differences are very strong esp in todays context. But this thread is not about the usual Euroshit talking points. Looking forward to some kino lit moments. If not, ill post some more of my own.
Stoner is "literally me"-tier literature in every sense. We may not be cucks but we are very-well mediocre plebs.
>>1437 Post quotes.
>>1437 Stoner is about a man accepting his fate and finding happiness in his work.
>>1366 “I admire addicts. In a world where everybody is waiting for some blind, random disaster or some sudden disease, the addict has the comfort of knowing what will most likely wait for him down the road. He's taken some control over his ultimate fate, and his addiction keeps the cause of his death from being a total surprise.” “My first time I jacked off, I thought I'd invented it. I looked down at my sloppy handful of junk and thought, This is going to make me rich.” ― Chuck Palahniuk, Choke

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Thanks anon for recommending this book Anon 01/15/2023 (Sun) 16:06:55 ID:bab3a6 No. 1440 [Reply]
This book is a goldmine, I have barbells and dumbells in the primitive gym of my college, I used to think i cant build body but i can do the things here easily. This is a goldmine
>>1440 Explain how it helped

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Anon 01/14/2023 (Sat) 18:05:34 ID:c05cd4 No. 1416 [Reply]
Syed Mohd. Irfan appreciation thread Seriously, no person is doing more efforts to save Indian art and ethos than him. His YouTube channel, interview series (both with RSTV and Rekhta) are kinos. This man is a gem worth saving, having interviewed every person alive from every Indian artistic underground scenes.
>>1416 Wanted to share this on /tv/ first but thought /sa/ would appreciate him more.
>>1416 Not really my thing, lot of anti nationals on his channel. But good content nevertheless.
>>1425 > antinationals such as? For me he was a great resource and introduced me to Indian arthouse cinema, new age literature movements (Agyeya, Urdu poetry, Hindi novels, etc.), and the likes.
>>1416 Death to all muslim and muslim synthesizers. Each and every muslim is either a terrorist or islamic terror apologist.

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>an unfathomable homosexual experience Anon 01/14/2023 (Sat) 15:25:21 ID:d9a0f8 No. 1397 [Reply]
K I N O I N O - post excerpts from the latest royal family kino
>>1397 >Whatever the cause, my memory is my memory, it does what it does, gathers and curates as it sees fit, and there's just as much truth in what I remember and how I remember it as there is in so-called objective facts. Things like chronology and cause and effect are often just fables we tell ourselves about the past. sPaRe