These are the websites and blogs that I would like to recommend, by now, as I find them very much to the point, touching different aspects of Dharma and good ones. I will keep adding more whenever I find something worthy, like these ones:
https://mariawirthblog.wordpress.com/ Maria Wirth is a German and went to India for a holiday after finishing her psychology studies at Hamburg University. She visited the Ardha Kumbha Mela in Haridwar in April 1980 where she met Sri Anandamayi Ma and Devaraha Baba, two renowned saints. With their blessing she continued to live in India and dived into India’s spiritual tradition (…)
https://onepagehinduism.wordpress.com/ One Page Hinduism Blog is specially being developed to learn and practice various aspects of Hinduism or Sanatana Dharam in Just One Page (…). Prana Kishore wants to dedicate this blog to busy people,students,Indians arround the world and to Generation X-Y-Z with the Hope that they will do further reading later.
http://www.indiadivine.org/ Here you will find a collection of articles on Hinduism, Yoga, Meditation, Ayurveda, Vastu, Vedic Astrology, and the spiritual culture of India
http://rajivmalhotra.com/ Rajiv has conducted original research in a variety of fields and has influenced many other thinkers in India and the West. He has disrupted the mainstream thought process among academic and non-academic intellectuals alike, by providing fresh provocative positions on Dharma and on India. Some of the focal points of his work are: Interpretation of Dharma for the current times; comparative religion, globalization, and India’s contributions to the world. See also:
Samskrita Bharati is an organisation committed to the exposition of the richness and beauty of the Samskrit language and its relevance to the modern world.
Spearheaded by a team of spirited volunteers, Samskrita Bharati conducts various programmes aimed at enabling people from all sections of society to discover the joy of speaking Samskrit, providing a glimpse into the scientific heritage and spiritual wisdom embodied in Samskrit literature and highlighting the need to preserve its knowledge for posterity.
http://www.chakranews.com/ Chakra News covers Spirituality and Dharmic Faiths (Hinduism, Sikhism, Buddhism, Jainism). Insightful & Analytical Articles as well as Uncovered Events
https://www.facebook.com/Swami.Dayananda.Saraswati Hariḥ Ōm. THIS PAGE IS MAINTAINED BY STUDENTS OF PUJYA SWAMIJI, WITH THE PURPOSE OF SHARING THE TEACHINGS OF VEDANTA, AND IS ONLY MEANT TO COMPLEMENT- NOT SUPPLEMENT THE TEACHINGS OF OUR ACHARYAS.
http://www.hinduhumanrights.info/ Hindu Human Rights Group (HHR) was officially formed in early 2000 to highlight cases of persecution and defamation of Hindus and Hinduism around the globe.
http://patriotsforum.org/ It is a group of like minded Members dedicated and devoted to Preservation and Promotion of ancient Indic culture, its heritage and values. It is registered as a Trust and its office is in Delhi.
https://bharatabharati.wordpress.com/ “Hindu society and culture are faced with a crisis. There is a united front of entrenched alien forces—Islam, Christianity, Communism, Nehruism—to disrupt and discredit the perennial values of the Indian ethos. A new threat has developed in recent years in the shape of globalisation dominated by Western multinationals. All who care for India need to know what is happening, and what is to be done if a major tragedy is to be averted.” — Sita Ram Goel
- We seek to preserve our rich literary & cultural heritage through academic research, documentation & publications.
- We seek to protect our dharma against all attempts at Distortion & Appropriation of our identity & culture, through rebuttals backed with rigorous research.
- We further seek to protect our dharma against Persecution & Proselytisation, Discrimination & Appeasement, through active advocacy & legal means.
- We seek to promote Indic thought and studies to the public at large through publications, conferences & media.
http://www.hinduism.co.za one of the most comprehensive webs I have found on Hinduism, awarded in several occasions and with millions of visits per month. It is really worth to dive in it.
http://www.stephen-knapp.com/ This has become a huge site with lots of information for the promotion of personal and social spiritual development, especially by using the Vedic path. This site has something for everyone interested in Spiritual Enlightenment, Eastern Philosophy, the Vedas, Vedic Culture, Yoga, Hinduism, reincarnation, or life after death. It also deals with traveling to the holy places of India, the science of the soul, understanding God, vegetarianism, global peace, and much more.