I have always been intrigued by Mistletoe. A small ubiquitous plant that gained popularity thanks to young couples during Christmas. While I thought for the better part of my life that it was part of the many Christian traditions (Pardon my ignorance), I was recently surprised to find that it has its roots in Celtic … More Mistletoe: The weapon of death or the symbol of love
Why are we expected to blindly follow what we are taught? Why can we not question the obvious? Why do we accept only one side of the story! Asura: Tale of the Vanquished, retells Ramayana from the point of view of Ravana and Bhadra, them from the Asura clan. A narration, both fictional and … More Reading Asura Questioning Everything!
It has been sometime since I have posted. But I have been thinking. Why do people blog? And it is not just blogs, Twitter & Instagram and other social networking sites too. Why do we share details, sometimes even intimate, with the world at large? Is it just for the love of writing, sharing experiences, … More Random Musings: Am I a blogger who craves acceptance?
There is a reason why it is referred to as a Subcontinent. India is a world unto itself. One can find enough posts online that can stress elaborate on how India changes people, on how it is hard to forget and definitely one which is different from what they have experienced so far. It is … More Understanding India!