Category: Lifecoaching

Man and Universe

Man is made up of a million cells, a thousand natural processes, tied together by a bond created by the Almighty that leaves us in awe, more often than not, in shock. It is the perfection of this model, this intricate framework of blood and veins that define the uniqueness of every man. Every cell multiplies, discards its vices, is reborn and humanity remains eternal.

But a man is not his physical body, although its outrageous perfection mocks. A man evolves into a human only when the animal in him ceases to exist, without carving out its own place, leaving behind spots of blood – Continue Reading..


Malvika Raghavan
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Shaitan ki khala: Washing Brains the ISIS Way?

[A take on the attempted brainwashing of our young minds and the sexist nature of some religious speeches]

By Asma Anjum Khan,

This happened a few years ago.

It was the usual hurried Jumma. My 12 year old boy looked solemn in his long, pale white kurta. His usual fervor for the special Jumma lunch [Daal Gosht with piping hot fried rice] was absent and I found him sitting at the corner of our large mahogany bed. He seemed contemplative, very unusual for him. When asked to join, he looked up and asked, Mom, why do you work? And before I could react and open my mouth to say Whatttt and look gawky; I heard this next. Continue Reading..


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Nara and Narayana – On the absence of anger – adi parva 0:4

Kama, the God of Love and his consort, Rati, the angel of Spring had forced the anger of Rudra himself, when he had opened his trinetra, upon being disturbed in his meditation. As a result, Kama had been incinerated by the anger of Shiva. It was only on the pleading of Vishnu, Brahma, Indra and the gods, along with a devastated Rati, that Shiva had agreed to Kama being reborn as a mortal. Later, Rati and Kama were reunited in a later era, after hundreds of years. Thus, when it was time again to disturb one of the trinity, Vishnu, in his parallel manifestation as Nara and Narayana while in intense meditation and austerities, Kama was justly worried and hesitant. He knew of the anger of Vishnu as Narasimha, and later, as Nara and Narayana, when they had attacked Prahlada, their own foremost devotee, at Naimisha, upon being disturbed from meditation. Continue Reading..


Dr. Bharat Bhushan
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