On my way back from my evening jog, I saw a curious incident in the parking lot. A man had … More
Please note: Views expressed are strictly personal. An argument has, amongst other things, a background on which it is based. And … More
William Dalyrymple is a person whose writing I adore. He has a knack for portraying history with a Tolkein-esque flair. … More
“Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans” – Comrade John* * – sources report that … More
(Random musings that occured while reading. These may or may not be related to each other) On dismantling religion – … More
“Tell me the Indian rates”, I argued, “not the ones you tell the *firangis*.” My travels had brought me to the … More
Dhikala overlooks the massive grasslands within the park. The road leading up to it runs straight through a thick forest of Sal, and sometimes if you’re lucky – as me and my dearest buddy were once, ten summers back – the flowers fall off the trees onto you in carpets.
It is much more important to gain control over the humanities, rather than the sciences. One should never under-estimate the power of the Chetan Bhagat’s and the Honey Singh’s and the Arnab Goswami’s of the world. The fight going on right now is not about one man or the other, it is about much larger picture.