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O Lord, Who art Thou? Where art Thou?

Matterofprayer: A Year of Everyday Prayers – Friday, October 9, 2015

O Lord, Who art Thou? Where art Thou?

Seeking God with all my heart? I wish I could. 475 more words

तुम्हीं चैनल, तुम्हीं पैनल - Dilip Mandal

तुम्हीं चैनल, तुम्हीं पैनल,
तुम्हीं एंकर, तुम्हीं विश्लेषक,
तुम्हीं पक्ष, तुम्हीं विपक्ष,
तुम वादी, तुम्हीं प्रतिवादी,
तुम्हीं दक्षिण, तुम्हीं वाम,
तुम्हीं ख़ास, तुम्हीं आम,
तुम्हीं सेकुलर, तुम्हीं कम्यूनल।

साल दर साल, दिन पर दिन, रात दर रात, राष्ट्रीय चैनलों पर सवर्ण एंकर, सवर्ण पैनलिस्ट के साथ पूरे देश पर चर्चा कर रहे हैं। वे आपस में लड़ते हैं और आख़िर में इस देश की बहुसंख्यक जनता हार जाती है।
तस्वीर के लिए मित्र Abhay Dongre का आभार।

हर राष्ट्रीय चैनल पर यह हर दिन का क़िस्सा है।

The Dalit

The Privileged Indian: Liberal or Otherwise

By Raj Shekhar Sen

Here’s the rub, if you will. Yes, something  so terrible has happened – the lynching of Mohammad Akhlaq in Dadri, India, on the suspicion of possessing and eating beef – that it has shattered  our belief in humanity, making many Indians feel sad and pessimistic. 1,621 more words



Working at 14th and Broadway in Downtown Oakland frequently gives me a front and center view to activism in Oakland. The people of this town continue to amaze me with their non-stop civic engagement.  233 more words


India 2015

My relationship with the Good Shepherd community churches in India began in 2013 when I brought a team to the city of Pune. Our team of 11 simultaneously held a pastors conference and pastors wives conference. 596 more words


Indian Christian Wins Case Against Employers Who Prohibited Her Practicing Christian Faith

ICC Note: A Christian woman from India has won a discrimination case in the U.K. against her employers who prohibited her from practicing her Christian faith or even bringing a Bible into the country. 513 more words

Prayer Uproar

Zoe Sherinian presents research about Dalit Music of South India

“This Is a Music: Reclaiming an Untouchable Drum” is a documentary narrating the transformation of a group of Dalit (outcaste) drummers from Tamil Nadu, South India, as they come to new forms of self-understanding through musical professionalization. 51 more words