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Root reason behind rural India's sanitation crisis: Cultural aspect

“Most people in India defecate in the open and most people worldwide who defecate live in India”[1]. In addition, one news reveals that the number of mobiles even is higher than the number of people who access to toilet in India. 1,165 more words


One day

Since I was a child,
the “night follows day” refrain
seeks to pause my life;
But handy rotating earth,
such a no-nonsense timekeeper.
No early riser ever… 315 more words


What are Mummies?

The methods of treating a dead body is usually known as mummification which is a process by which decaying parts of the dead are removed leaving only a dried form that would not easily decay. 131 more words


Organ Donation: the Ultimate Service to Others?

The prospect of having your organs harvested within moments of your death isn’t a particularly pleasant thought, so it’s a hardly a surprise that conversations about organ donation don’t crop up regularly around the dinner table. 996 more words

The British-Asian Perspective

Snakes, Mythology and Irish Coffee

Among UNESCO’s world heritage sites, is a place called Vitlycke museum. This places is home to a few ancient carvings that apparently depict ancient Nordic practices. 856 more words

Other Reflections


Under society’s stern stare, I am the same person I have been for years. I live in the same house with the same disgruntled parents, I drive the same bike, pursue the same profession, and my look hasn’t changed much over the years. 948 more words

Errant Thoughts

Indain women are beautifully exotic; don’t you agree? Their age old traditions of mystical and exotic styles have held us spellbound since ages.

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Indain Women