In this post I need to encapsulate the intermingling of my revulsion and admiration for the fundamentally sordid phenomenon of a huge Hindu Festival.Read more "The Festival of Light cum Festival of Dark"
Here is a brief introduction to the observation that the present generation of children, their children and their children’s children will need courage and intelligent strategies to maintain a sustainable and dignified future.Read more "The Chances for Children"
This last week a sudden curious departure from the norm in local public (very public) marriage notices didn’t go unnoticed. We all wonder what it means but it probably doesn’t mean anything.Read more "Romance"
One of the most noticeable aspects of cultural degeneration is the breakdown in family responsibilities and obligations. Here I focus on one poignant case of children of a nuclear family suffering from the abandonment by their extended family.Read more "Scapegoats in Breakdown by Filial Disloyalty"
Here I consider the absence in the local folk culture of a distinction between myth and reality.Read more "The Magnitude of Myth"
Depavali – otherwise known as Diwali, is one of India’s most famous festivals. It looks good from space.Read more "The Alternative Festival of Light"
The sadhu syndrome is in a way this society’s safety valve. This post contains a brief view into the mendicant life of sadhus although in reality most of them in present mature KaliYuga are beggars.Read more "Being in Orange"