December 2021


Indian Spadium: A Social Business Plan

As I contemplate our participation in Sarvodaya, a Social Business Plan Competition, I realise the value of hardwork, patience and good mentorship. Sarvodaya is an international Social Business Plan Competition organised by IIT Bombay, in collaboration with VES-Yunus Center of Social Business, Deakin Business School, Australia-India Council and the Govt....
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Youth, Leadership and Bharat

The need for a quality youth leadership that is driven by the values of Bharat has never been as strong as it has been in recent times. To understand its significance, one needs to feel and palpate the collective consciousness. When you do that, what you will see emerging is...
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What is the Goal of Education?

Imagine a lighted diya, spreading its warmth and light throughout the room, but the wind starts to blow. A glass covering is placed over the lighted diya to protect it from winds. The covering most certainly protects the diya, but soon the glass becomes black, and it begins to fade...
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Let us talk about emotions

“My cousins laughed at me when I first wore spectacles and for the next 3 months, I could not wear them which led to the power getting increased.  My parents got tense but I still don’t feel comfortable.” In the IIMUN session, students were asked about the most embarrassing moments...
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How Lenin Tried to Foment Communist Revolution in India

The story of how Indian communists worked for two years from 1939-1941, for Hitler and Stalin and tried to foment a communist revolution in India, is a well-known one.
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In Two Minds

Here’s an interesting thought. What if we really had two minds? Would we be led in two directions when thinking? But, why limit to two when we can have a multitude of ideas and choices that our vastly Creative Mind can conjure up?  The human brain is by far the...
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A Quest for Good Governance

Governance is not a modern term; one can trace it in the recorded history of the earliest human civilisation. Yet, it isn’t easy to locate a commonly accepted definition of governance. To put it plainly, ‘governance’ could mean the “process of decision-making and the process by which decisions are implemented...
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किसान आंदोलन: दादागिरी के सामने डेमोक्रेसी की हार ?

किसान शब्द के साथ लोग इतने भावनात्मक रूप से जुड़े हुए है की बहुत सारे लोगो ने तीनो कानूनों को गलत करार दिया बिना जाने, बिना समझे, बस इसलिए की कुछ किसान इसका विरोध कर रहे हैं।
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नवनिर्माण – Inauguration of Rishihood University

2000 years ago, India was the global seat of higher learning. Universities like Takshashila attracted learners from all over the world and created some of the finest leaders and scholars in human history including Chanakya and Chandragupta, and knowledge systems like Ayurveda and Arthashastra. The hallmark of such education was...
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How Turkey and Germany Planned Holy Jihad Against India

To provide a superficial pan-Indian legitimacy to this overtly Islamist plan, an Indian Raja called Mahendra Pratap was chosen to accompany the invading German-Turkish force in Persia.
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