The sirens screamed and so did the night. Vehicles torched, burned and dusted. Thousands marched on to the street to commemorate the 200 year old tinge of a historical affair on the eve of a new year. Yes, that was a sight of the Koregaon- Bhima (Maharashtra) violence between the pride of the Marathas “Ek Maratha, lakh Maratha” and the Dalit uprising that has been … Continue reading What led to Koregaon violence?
I first played volleyball a few years back. As I recall this, I realize that at that time I knew nothing about it. Something that I owe to my friends. They wanted me to tag along and kept on insisting. Their persistence managed to convince me. That was my penchant to play volleyball, and I improved every day. Soon, a valuable opportunity arose. Our volleyball … Continue reading Volleyball and Me! -by Crucio Girl
“I wonder why these people act so cheap? It just costs a penny.” the child asked, glancing at a beggar filtering through a heap of waste. “Why don’t you try borrowing money from them? Maybe then you’ll know why?” The father replied. (c) boringbug Continue reading The true value of money
Yoga, as it exists today, is an ambiguous and ever-changing term. Its definition, goals and benefits differ from person to person, making yoga a multifaceted form of self-exploration and empowerment. For some, it is a means of spiritual liberation, for others simply a form of physical exercise. Yet all who practice yoga unanimously agree that it is a task for both the body and mind, … Continue reading Benefits of Spiritual Yoga in a Secular World
In a cultural software, where attacking an individualistic mutually approaching romance by the self-appointed moral guardians is a status quo, valentine’s day appears as a way through. Continue reading Our Cultural Software and Valentines Day Pragmatism