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Krishna's Mercy

A Fibonacci

by Cornelia Rohde

Down
holes
among
the pipul roots
great hooded snake gods
live in rich underground cities
built of precious gems
whose brilliance… 78 more words

Poetry

Of Ethos, Empathy and Microsoft

The cultural ethos of an organization is essentially reflected in the way the top honchos conduct themselves. It also manifests in the manner in which the organization handles its relationships with diverse stakeholders. 1,022 more words

Management Lessons

That is no dragon, it is a turtle on the map!

It is always fun when what you assume is just a piece of whimsy has an actual basis in reality. That happened for me last week when I opened my daily e-mail from… 288 more words

Literature

Islands

“The things the rich and powerful do for fun,”  Ahmad bitterly thought, hiding in a dark and musty shed. All on the island was already lost- but that was only Ahmad’s opinion. 3,250 more words

Dark Tales

Beta, I don’t want you to be my ShravanKumar!

As a child, I loved hearing stories, and pestered my father to narrate me one every night. And like a darling, he obliged me. So that’s how I learnt about ShravanKumar – the good son, how Ganeshji got an elephant head, Alibaba and chaalis chor (forty thieves), the amusing pranks of Lord Krishna and many more. 454 more words

Good Reads

Dakini Yogini: the Demons of Kalipuja

As I am writing this blog post, my forefathers from past 14 generations, along with a school of “Pretatma”, the disappeared souls with desire for Earthy pleasure have been unleashed from the hell. 683 more words

Travel The World

6 Quotes You Must Read on Gender and Sexuality

While many use religion to justify why they are being unfair to a person’s gender and sexuality, Devdutt Pattanaik in his books The Pregnant King and Shikhandi And Other Queer Tales They Don’t Tell You shows how mythologies across the world appreciate what we deem as queer. 86 more words

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