The Story of a “Girl”- Part 2

Continued.. Read Part 1: The Story of a ‘GIRL’- Part 1 She is 16.  Akuti is now a teenage and she faces a lot of challenges everyday and everywhere. Outside or inside home, doesn't matter. Things are now changed. Parents still love her but there is always a sign of worry on their head. Dad knows, …

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The Story of a ‘GIRL’- Part 1

This is the story of a girl born in Indian family. What it would be? Girl or a boy? The first question asked by anyone. Oh its a baby girl!! When a baby girl is born in India people say, ‘ghar mein Lakshmi aayi hai’.  Holding the hands of that baby girl, her dad would be whispering …

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Climate Change: Earth in Danger

Climate change is a terrible problem, and it absolutely needs to be solved. It deserves to be a huge priority– Bill Gates. The temperature of Bengaluru is rising. Maharashtra is facing drought. Glaciers of Arctic and Antarctica are undergoing reduction. European countries are going to face flood like situation by 2020. Sea levels will rise. …

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Indian Reservation System: My views

Reservation! As the word is uttered we see mixed reactions from the people of India. Why not? Eligible ones have a big smile on their face, for others it is just an Indian political tradition that must go on. Not a single aspect is left without the controversial word “Caste Reservation”. Education, scholarship, jobs, promotions- …

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The Kannada New Year: Ugadi

India, the country of traditions and rituals has a unique place in the world. Its culture and diversity doesn’t have any replica on this Earth. New Year day is celebrated on 1st January all over the world. But, in India people also celebrate New Year day on the basis of the calendar ( Solar and …

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Tulsi: Medically sacred leaves

Tulsi or Holy Basil is a consort of god Vishnu in Hindu Mythology. Also, it serves as an Ayurvedic remedy for a lot of common ailments.

Two faces of a Human

By Aakash Sinha Walking on a lonely road, everyone does that.But wait! The road i am talking about is different. It's ironical. In childhood days my mother used to hold  my  hands on road initiating a feeling of protection inside my mind. Time changes. A child can never be always a child. Life teaches a …

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The Indian Girlfriend

By Aakash Sinha Having a girlfriend pretends to make a guy different from others. Well, I am talking about India where teenagers are really fanatic of making girlfriends. They will do everything what they can never do for others. They will fight, create scenes, try to be special in a mob and also display a …

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The Religious Place of India: Varanasi

Banaras or Kashi is every traveller’s dream. One of the oldest inhabited cities of the world where a river is revered to the extent that many seek death at its banks, where Shiva is ubiquitous and where Hindus and Muslims live in perfect harmony, each religion colouring the city in its unique grandeur. It was […] …

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Cambodian Hindu Temple: Angkor Wat

-By Aakash Sinha Lost in the woods for over 400 years, the discovery of Angkor Wat, the largest Hindu monument shocked the world. Angkor Wat, Cambodia’s famous temple is a place full of rumours, myth and legend. Cambodia’s unwrapped mystery of civilisation that for centuries looked like it never existed. The hidden temple was a …

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