‘Only By Counting Could Humans Demonstrate Their Independence Of Computers’ – Douglas Adams (Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy) Usually your laptop does exactly what you tell it to do and then there are days, it doesn’t respond at all or just goes its own sweet way. It is almost as if its refusing to do what you are asking it […]
Love is pure, it is kind. Love is tough, it is blind. Love is me, and it is you. It sees no labels, Fears no norms. Love can make you rebel Oppression of all forms. Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo and Violet, Equally created by God. Humanity’s silhouettes, together make a rainbow, Individual and proud just the way they […]
‘Raja Ka Beta Hi Raja Banega’ remember this dialogue from the movie Super 30? Hits different, doesn’t it? The ratio of who’s your father to what are you capable of is what we call nepotism. It is based on favoritism granted to relatives in various industries such as politics, business, entertainment, etc. Your parents or someone you know must have […]
Our sexual orientation is a matter of our personal choice. We can be attracted towards anybody irrespective of their gender. This month, I take pride in seeing the growth of rights for the LGBT community in India. Homosexuality is a term that India has been familiar with since centuries. You can read more about Homosexuality and Gender Reversal in Ancient […]
Homosexuality and gender expression weren’t always considered taboo. Modern disregard for discovering sexuality outside the metaphysical norms is not common with the ancient times. The eternal soul is neither male nor female. Since ancient times, Indian perspective has been open to all entities known to man-kind. In ancient India, all forms were accepted including Rakshasas and Apsaras. Homosexuality In Valmiki […]
There was once a catWith fur obsidian blackAnd she lived among humans She was my neighborShe would crawl up to meOn my roof On the street Clawing for foodAnd attention Then one day She came to me With three kittens The most perfectRepresentation of innocenceI would feed herAnd her kittens And it was funThen one day They stopped comingAll of them All togetherAnd I wonderedWhat had happened to […]
Chandigarh may not be as big and popular as Mumbai or Delhi but ask those who live here and you’ll know it is not just another small town. It ’s welcoming, cosy, homely and it’s beautiful. We enjoy the rush of a metro city (sometimes) and the calm of a serene retraites’ paradise. From places for an epic weekend getaway to Monday hangovers, we have it all.