Monthly Archives: March 2011

Some Wonders of Indian Civilisation

It’s a pity that some vested interests only show Taj Mahal as the ultimate in Indian architecture which is a great disservice to those aspiring to appreciate art and architecture without prejudices. I hope you enjoy by clicking the links … Continue reading

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Bill Gates Charity Letter of 2011 Unresolved Issues

I wished there were a section for people to comment on Bill Gates Letter for 2011! With all due respect to Bill Gates (He is an icon for humanity, a philosopher but with wealth, a thinker, an empathetic billionaire and … Continue reading

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How the World’s Best Brains Described India Whilst the Modern Oxbridge Injected Contempt for India Aided by the BBC?

A reader of my blog a while ago forwarded to me the following commentary on Indian Civilisation and Heritage by a galaxy of the best brains in the world. The Copy right for these quotations belongs to my friend as … Continue reading

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Latin, English and Sanskrit Besides Sub Prime History Written By the Victors

Latin, English and Sanskrit Besides Sub Prime History Written By the Victors I think it is wrong to hide the influence of Sanskrit on English, Latin and other Indo-European languages. Kalidaasa’s Shakunthalam and Goethe’s Sakontala may not be that different … Continue reading

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My Thoughts on Poverty Porn

I just happened to read an item in the Hindustan Times of 10 March 2011 which reported that the British charity Oxfam is sponsoring a comic book for the Indian children to make them aware of Communalism in India. It … Continue reading

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Background Behind My Piece on Pornography and Poverty Porn

I think I watched my first “Blue Film” (porn) when I was in my late teens or early twenties. By that time things have changed. I changed, my village changed, there was electricity, paved roads, buses and taxis started plying, … Continue reading

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I Don’t Envy the Rich But I Love the Poor More

I don’t envy the rich although I used to as a kid. We were not dirt poor. Our family GDP was more than OK for a village in Kerala. The problem was in the per capita income. As a family … Continue reading

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