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 Beti Bachao Beti Padhao

Isn’t it a crying shame that we need someone to tell us to treat all humans the same and not to murder the girls !!!!! We actually need a scheme for this, initiated by the PM no less??? 42 more words


Easy Crock pot Sakkara pongal (any pongal)

             Pongal was here gone, in a blink of an eye , minus the sun shining and in sub-zero temperatures. Unfortunately this makes me not want to celebrate pongal, Pongal for me has been huge colourful Rangoli ( kolam) outside with the mandatory pot and sugarcane . 308 more words


Improve your hiring techniques by learning from fundamentals of arrange marriages (Part 1)

Most of my American friends cannot comprehend the idea of arrange marriages. So, when they see any of my Indian friends getting arranged for their weddings, they always say – How can you do that? 489 more words


An 'Inconvenient Relations' Excerpt- Raw Emotions

Another Excerpt from ‘Inconvenient Relations’


“Here… lunch.” She pushed a box towards him.

“I don’t want it.”


“I feel awkward.”

“But you never felt that way before, so why now?” You took me for granted. 345 more words


The original author of "Be Yourself"

I used to wonder often, about why God has made the world the way it is, why he ever laid a foundation that allowed certain people hegemonize others, and so on. 322 more words


How to celebrate Sankranti

The year’s first festival is fast approaching and the city is gearing up to celebrate it with excitement and vigour.  Makara Sankranti or Pongal is a harvest festival that is typically celebrated with a dish called pongal, sugarcane, dates, kites and a host of other things.  255 more words


Time for Indians to rediscover Sri Aurobindo

Rajesh Patel’s article highlights the reluctance of Indians, even those in the Aurobindonian community, to celebrate Sri Aurobindo’s role in reviving Hinduism and in pioneering the struggle for Independence: 214 more words

Sri Aurobindo