JORHSA, Journal of Religious History South Asia, is a bi-annual online research journal operating jointly from both India and the United States. JORHSA is committed to providing online global access to publications and the sharing of scientifically researched South Asian Religious History in the form of scholarly articles, book reviews, joint research projects and other academic material. JORHSA intends to create a free space to strengthen and propagate the ideals of objectivity and methodological plurality in higher academic research of South Asian Religious History. The religio-cultural diversity of South Asia, with a long historical background of continuity and assimilation of different faiths, provides an opportunity to explore the dynamics of perishing, survival and transformation of socio-religious institutions. JORHSA has created a knowledge network of scholars working on South Asian Religious History. It addresses research work in South Asian Religious History conducted under a variety of methodologies from post-modern to post-colonial theoretical frameworks. JORHSA stands for the non-endorsement of any particular ideology or worldview. All the scholarly research published on the platform of JORHSA is independently researched and prepared by the scholars, without any ideological guideline from the journal. Being an unbiased medium JORHSA does not support influencing scholarly research work. From the outset JORHSA aims to bring into discussion marginalized and underrepresented issues and topics related with South Asian Religious History.