This blog post has nothing to do with right or wrong, good or bad, it’s just my perspective about India as a responsible, conscious growing country. As the famous poet Rumi said that there’s ground far beyond right and wrong, I’m meeting you from that ground. Introduction Neither I’m an expert nor I’m a wise … Continue reading I Come From One India, a United India
सालों ! जागो ! सालों से सो ही रहे हो | बातों में खो ही रहे हो | सालों ! जागो ! आग जो लायी थी हमने, नफ़रत की, वह अब हमें ही जला देगी | वह अब हमें ही दागा देगी | सालों ! जागो ! धंधा बना रखा है, यार, बस सिर्फ़ एक … Continue reading सालों ! जागो !
I believe in India because we've got great dreams, and because we've got the opportunity to make those dreams come true. 72nd independence celebration in India — the onus is upon us to create the life, the nation, and the future we want for ourselves.
It’s 2018, and some days ago I found my grandfather’s book when I was cleaning my closet. The book was always with me after my parents died but I didn’t pay much attention to what was written in it, until yesterday. The content had some technical notes but in the end, there were pages written … Continue reading I’m Learning My Genesis Through My Grandfather’s Book
I'd an interesting conversation with a man who was helping me to find an address. He was keen to find out my caste. कहाँ के रहने वाले हो ?भारत ।भारत के तो नहीं लगते। यह तेज, यह स्टाइल तो भारत का नहीं लगता ।ना जी । यही का हूँ — मुंबई का ।जाति कौनसी है … Continue reading जाति कौनसी है ?
There's something wrong with the world today, and I don't know what it is. Social media has become the ultimate authority; more than our consciousness. People are ranting about everything without full information. I think these people are a sadist and suddenly they have created a negative image of the world when the truth is … Continue reading If You Want to See India, Switch Off Social Media and Travel
I met Mohit Rao some years back regarding a project which never turned into a reality. But something else happened. I came to know a peculiar human and I never knew such a human existed in India. I'd read about various peculiar people from different countries but met someone who uses the power of the … Continue reading India’s New Superhero With Mental Superpowers
India, a country that occupies the greater part of South Asia. With roughly one-sixth of the world’s total population, incredible India is the second-most populous country, after China. India is the masthead of the world. We believe in the philosophy of a global village — the world is one family. India tourism has grown rapidly with a great … Continue reading I Invite You to Visit My Incredible India
I believe in India because we've got great dreams, and because we've got the opportunity to make those dreams come true.
Today marks three years of Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister or, as he says, Prime Servant of India. No article may do justice to describe this man and his work, but this is my humble effort to write a few lines on him. Lovers — don't get excited and Haters — don't feel ecstasy, this … Continue reading The Weaver of a Billion Dreams
Women in ancient India enjoyed a high status in society. Their condition was good. The women were provided with an opportunity to attain a high intellectual and spiritual standard. Though monogamy was most common, some sections of the society indulged in polygamy. There was no system of early marriage. But from enjoying free and esteemed … Continue reading Role and Status of Women in Ancient India
Jayeshbhai Patel is the co-founder and director of Manav Sadhna in India. Formed in 1990 with the mission to serve the underprivileged, the trust now provides health and hygiene, education, and employment services to over 4,500 women and children through over 38 projects. The trust runs Environmental Sanitation Institute that has become the main center to provide manpower as well … Continue reading The Toilet God of India
I've heard so many people say so many times that India is the biggest democracy in the world. Democracy means freedom i.e. when you are free. Are we free from the wrong practices in the name of religion? Are we free from biased notions? Are we free from hypocritical beliefs? Are we free from dirtying … Continue reading Democracy