#BLACKLIVESMATTER Over the last few weeks, across the globe we hear the desperate cries of #BlackLivesMatter. A more sensitive generation, … More
Two Visuals of India’s Lockdown: Are they Contrasting or the Same?
In the last many weeks of the lockdown there are contrasting visuals on our digital feed. On one extreme we … More
Inflection points of our failed Humanity
As a species, we are peculiar from all others. All other species eat only for survival; once their hunger is … More
Religion – An Annihilator of Revolution
#AYODHYAVERDICT If you believe religion is about Gods, your entire belief is oblivious. Religion is the most successful political structure … More
Why Gandhi Belongs to the Future.
Exploring his idea on Power, Plurality and Sustainability The political backdrop against which Gandhi evolved his character is what gets … More
Where History Limits, There Art Liberates.
An account of T.M. Krishna’s concert at Rangashakara as a part of the “Equal – Voices for a Common Humanity” … More
Anantrika: To find “an” infiniteness within “the” finite!
As a generation, we thrive in a world of great opportunities. Once envisaged, the vision is so much easier to … More
Knowledge, Intelligence and Wisdom
The entrapment of education is true for people across the society. For the poor and marginal, the pursuit of English … More
Alas! It’s Dasharata and not Janaka’s motif of parenting.
King Dasharata of Ayodhya had three wives. But none of them could give him a son. So, he invoked the … More
Yashoda: giving you major mom goals
When you have to take a reference of a character from the Indian mythology pages, an epitome of the Vatsalya … More