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  • Book review: Lessons of history

    Lessons of history – Will and Arein Durant Lessons of history are lost upon us, we often tend to misread or distrust what history has to teach us. In this context will and Arien Durant presented fundamental lessons of history in a delightfully provocative style. Will and Arien Durant wrote their short book “Lessons of … Read more...


  • SARDI ABHI DOOR HAI BHAI

    Sardi abhi door hai bhai exclaimed one the rickshaw wala as I walked towards the parking at sec 9 metro station, I halted for a moment and saw two rickshaw pullers were having lunch like any of us would do, with the usual chit chat, only difference is their lounge was their 3 wheel rickshaw and … Read more...


  • The unsung hero

    She probably doesn’t say it She probably doesn’t realize it often She probably doesn’t feel the need to make an issue out of it Maybe she’s used to it Maybe she’s unknown to the other side Maybe the culture doesn’t consider her But deep in her thoughts; She knows, She deserves an applaud She deserves … Read more...


  • Life without regrets

    We are bringing our pet home this weekend and yes the whole world thinks it’s the stupidest thing to do. Being 30+ and married for 2 years, everyone thinks it’s time to bear a kid not a pet. As if, both are comparable or dependent on each other. Abhinav, my Companion, my Partner (in crime), … Read more...


  • Kejri-War in Delhi

    Congratulations to the Delhites finally you got a Chief Minister ‘Arvind Kejriwal’ (The Muffler Man!!) After 15 years of Congress monopoly in the state and amidst strong popularity of BRAND MODI, this AAM ADMI successfully made his place in the socio political arena. So, what makes AAP favorable among the people of Delhi, inspite of … Read more...


  • Whats up God?

    Ways to connect with “The GOD ALMIGHTY” could come from Idol worshipping, temple visits, saying prayers in his name, celebrating his presence in ways of festivities, taking a holy water dip, going to the Mecca’s of your respective religions, or by helping the one’s in need. I still remember, how my Grandma used to routinely … Read more...