If you are new to this site, start with these articles. These articles serve three purposes: (a) to help newbies to understand Balagangadhara’s research program called “Comparative Science of Cultures”; (b) to aid those who have read articles published in various journals and books; (c) to understand the studies of Indian culture and traditions in a different light—a framework different from that of current social sciences which take secularized Christian theological ideas as facts (or granted).