A shared sense of identity and rootedness is crucial for a healthy society and the progress of a country. Islamic assaults and British Colonization have damaged the cultural self-identity of Indians. Mainstream narratives of Indian History are those manufactured by entities that are not stakeholders of Dharma. The West continues to dominate the discourse that should belong to practitioners of Dharma.
Countless monuments going back to antiquity remain to be discovered and understood. Achievements by Indians in the areas of technology, mathematics, engineering, astronomy, and health care have been suppressed by colonial powers.
The goal of IHAR is to revive a healthy Cultural Self-Identity for the People of Sanatana Dharma by providing a forum to highlight suppressed & alternative narratives of India’s recent and distant past that Indians can own up and be proud of.