Kazingram Dialogue is a place for open and rational dialogue in the pursuit of truth.
We believe that ideas—orthodox or heterodox—should be well argued and be open to challenge; that ideas can change the world for the good; that humans are rational and that it is our duty to pursue the common good; and that truth transcends time and culture. For this reason, we chose the word kazingram which means heaven in Tangkhul.
Why does Kazingram Dialogue exist?
Kazingram exists to solve the problem of one-sided discussion. One-sided discussions happen when a platform presents only one side of an argument and dismisses the other side as uninformed and silly. In an age divided by philosophy, politics, and religion, where microaggression and political correctness run rampant, we invite people with opposing views to come together and rationally discuss their ideas for the common good.
How does Kazingram Dialogue work?
Simple, you can read the articles online or listen to them.
Can I pitch an idea?
Of course, if you have an idea for an article or would like to write a rebuttal to an article, please send us your idea or completed draft at email@example.com.