Whenever I watch Mahabharat, I get extremely disturbed after watching the Draupadi Chir-Haran episode; the episode where Dushasan drags her by her hair and brings her in the center and then insults and humiliates her right in front of every one. It is not that the feminist in me starts roaring, it is something else. … Continue reading Bihar Elections were rigged, and that too legally and Democratically
While I was watching the expert analysis of Bihar Elections Results on television an old memory came to my mind. When I was a kid, every Raksha Bandhan, we used to go to our cousins' place. Once Rakhi and other rituals were done, all the kids in the house would go to the roof and … Continue reading The reality of Bihar Election Results analysis
Isn't raising a child in the right way, the most difficult task in the world? Isn't teaching him the difference between good and bad, right and wrong the most critical task? Are we witnessing falling standards, moral, ethics and integrity today in the Indian society? Hasn't the line that demarcates right from wrong become indiscernible … Continue reading Raising a child and Diwali
India's prestigious Indian Premier League (IPL 2020) is about to end and there would very soon be a winner. Or perhaps, by the time this article reaches your eyes, it has already ended. However, even before the very first delivery was delivered, the winner as well as the loser for this year's IPL season were … Continue reading India Defeated: IPL 2020
[Disclaimer: This post is work of fiction. Other than a few facts mentioned in Bold, nothing is real, I literally mean nothing. The following event/meeting/conversation never happened. It is for fun and entertainment, please don't be a spoil sport. If you like it please do share it. Thank you!] One fine evening just before the … Continue reading When Rahul Ji, Modi Ji and Lalu Ji met at a roadside dhaba!
Every year, as soon as it is October the 2nd, there is a bevy of articles on M. K. Gandhi. Be on social media or mainstream media everyone talks about him. And every year I have the exact same dilemma. Everything that is being said or written about Gandhi is self-contradictory; at least I find … Continue reading Gandhi, a Mahatma?