Tag: Indian Society
The celebration of Muslim festivals, just like the celebrations of any other festival adds charm and fun into the culture of this country.
Filmmaker Srijit Mukherji has made his latest film, ‘Gumnaami’ as a contribution to the substantive body of research that challenges the official perspective on Netaji’s death.
Scattered across the nation, spanning the states of Rajasthan, Kerala, Assam, among others, these mysterious temples of India definitely deserve a visit.
I remember in my hometown Aligarh there used to be a bookshop called ‘Naya Kitab Ghar’, owned by a certain Mr. Kishen Singh, an enthusiastic party worker who stocked Soviet books.
The Brave Girls team has also begun a campaign to support the young women in India and across the globe.
The right to vote, which we the citizens of this nation are given once in five years if not before, to choose the leaders who will charter a path of success, growth, inclusion and stability for the country.
Apart from the many debates on how Valentine’s Day may not necessarily adhere to our culture and how a single day is never enough to express love
Dongria Kondhs have taught us amongst many things, is that though their way of living differs from ours, we can learn a thing or two about how to stand firmly by what one believes and truly progress with conviction.
The Sadhguru has started his rally to replenish our rivers. He’s asking for support- only a missed call- and it’s looking almost too good.
Very few people (almost none) are born and raised non-believers. So, if and when they do want to turn to atheism, they fear being tagged an apostate.