Today, we discuss Pakistan, officially the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and should its artists be banned in India. For many of my readers who probably do not know about Pakistan or Pak, let me introduce you to the country. It is a predominantly Islamic country in South East Asia. It is famous for its beautiful … Continue reading Pakis-Ban

Gods, Numbers & Matchsticks : Part 1

What if we could represent Gods with numbers? Especially the Holy Trinity from Indian mythology, i.e. Brahma, Vishnu & Mahesh (Shiva). Lovely, isn't it? Moreover if we could make symbols of these Gods using the same numbers representing them, it might be more intriguing. The twist to this idea is that we create these symbols with regular matchsticks. Yes, matchsticks. Thus I present 'Gods, Numbers & Matchsticks.'

Who is Right? – Part Two

"Dear Akshay, I wouldn't be writing this letter to you, if I knew what to say. For starters I want to tell you that I Love You and I believe that you love me too. But, lately I think that hasn't been the case. I am aware of the back bitching that you have done with Geet. … Continue reading Who is Right? – Part Two


16th May 2014 went down in the Indian Political history as a day when a single man won over 'India'- The Nation. The man's name was Mr. Narendra Damodardas Modi, the current Prime Minister of India. The win is termed as significant, because the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) entered the Lok Sabha with a majority. It was the first … Continue reading Modi-vated

Who is right?

"Tears rolled down my eyes when Akshay said those words for me. It would have been better if they were said to me directly and not to my friend Geet. He should have known that I'll come to know." sobbed Twinkle. "What did he say Twinkle?" asked Dr. Anita. "A lot many things. Bad things. … Continue reading Who is right?

She Knocked

"I Love You Jaya", said Rudra, as he held his wife in his arms and kissed her on the forehead. She meant his life for him. She was someone he loved and trusted completely. They had completed two years of knowing each other and, one year of marriage. Both, had had troubled pasts, but now … Continue reading She Knocked

Celebrating Mahashivratri

The normal flow of life is to turn into a hermit from a householder. That is the general way of leading life put across in the Vedas and other historical texts of Indian culture. Shiva turns out to be of a different kind. He turned into a householder from a hermit. It is different. It … Continue reading Celebrating Mahashivratri