A Spiritual Journey : Tour of Ujjain

A Spiritual Journey : Tour of Ujjain

My Mother often cribs about getting older. She, as almost every other woman of her age has complaints of various pains. Back pains, joint pains, mental pains. Well she’s certainly the most hard working in our family, the rest of us are in constant fear of her disciplining ways. Not to mention she is a … Continue reading

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Why I loved Gravity and would watch it again

Why I loved Gravity and would watch it again

I waited a week after its released but I finally watched Gravity. Right after watching it, I couldn’t come up with enough thoughts to express how I felt about watching it. Only from an empathic movie watcher perspective, I can say that I was eating compulsively for several hours just to brush off the effects … Continue reading

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A Case for Racism – Mistaken Identity

A Case for Racism – Mistaken Identity

What does an Apache and a Bengali have in common? Nothing except the word ‘Indian’.  When Christopher Columbus (An Italian working for the Spanish) made the fatal error of mistaking America for India a lot of things were sealed for all eternity. When Chris just lazily pointed out a few native American folks at the shores of … Continue reading

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Sounds and Colours from the Sculptures

Sounds and Colours from the Sculptures

Have visited a couple of times and it’s absolutely breathtaking. The International Sculpture Symposium at the unique culture village of Shilpagram, situated in the lap of Aravali Mountains is a thing to watch and experience. 21 eminent artists from India and around the world are creating some awe-inspiring, jaw dropping,  pieces of monumental sculpture. Its … Continue reading

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Don’t deny that we are going crazy

The global frenzy that we have now is a result of our eagerness to equate apples with oranges. We are all great people as far as humanity is concerned but as George Orwell would write in the Animal Farm – “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than the others”. I don’t … Continue reading

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Reap (A Poem)

She stands in the field This is the year when its gonna yield The winters don’t bite Summers don’t burn, days nor night She stands in the field Ready to sow, ready to reap Times change in an eon Sometimes in a flash like neon Streets they choke Wolves roam in packs, lions alone When … Continue reading

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